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THE MORNING ASTOUIAN, ASTORIA, OREGON.
TltURSDAY, AUGUST as, 1907.
New Supply '
Domestic Swiss Cheese .
Imported Swiss Cheese "
Quinn Olives Manzanilla Olives
A. V. ALLEN.
MAIN 711, MAIN 8871
S ole Agents for Barringtoa Hall Steel Cut Coffee
FIGHT OVER THE COFFIN.
Row Tskej Place at a Funeral Over
- ( . Merita of Deceased.
' OAKLAND. OU August 22.-John
Ccsroelly, a plasterer, and Martin
O'Brien, a painter, both of San Fran
eiare, created a disturbance at the fu
eral of Dennis J. Reardon. from Beau-
dry k MeAvoy'a undertaking parlors,
SSptith end Washington street, Oakland,
at S o'clock yesterday afternoon.
The two men, mutual friends of the
tfcad men, at the clce of the services
naked pell ntell into the street, atriking
a each other with their fata. After a
fare tussle they were separated. Police
sum McKeegan arrived later, but as he
Ci lot see the fight and as there was
M one present who wished to swear to a
sswplaint no arrests were made. It waa
learned from one of those present that
Gasaelly al CBrkn quarreled over the
Merits of Reardon.
From the undertaking parlor the body
-was removed to Sacred Heart Church,
where- services were held at 2:30 o'clock.
The interment was at St Mary's oeme
: Beardon had been a resident here
far 15 years. He owned considerable
poverty and was for many years an
sspIoTe of the Southern Pacific. He was I
satire of County Cork, Ireland, aged
81 years. He leaves a widow, Hannah .
Beardon, and a brother, Daniel Beardon.
ABERDEEN, Wash., August 22. J. C.
Harms, of the Pacific Dredging Company,
reports that arrrangements are nearly
completed for beginning the work of
dredging the harbor. The work will be
. icae with a dredge that can handle 200.
900 cubic feet of dirt a month.
MILK MONET GONE.
CHICAGO, August 22. The treasury
af the Milk Wagon Drivers' Union al
leged the depleted contents to be $20,
800 through the juggling of accounts by
the ' Secretary -Treasurer. 'Whether the
aMBey ' U gone or invested in such a
mame1 and can again be secured is not
.' TRENCH SOLDIERS FOR DRUDE.
PARIS, August 22. It is officially an
onoced that General Drede will shortly
have 6000 men to insure the protection
of Casa Bhwea, with further reinforce
ments ready to embark for Morocco.
The government reiterate it a firmness
f dairying' out its proposed plan, which
it not one of conquest.
iinPPEALS TO VARDAMAN.
'Western Union Asks That Governor Give
1 ' Operators Protection.
. JACKSON. Miss., August 22AThe
auperintendent of the Western Union
ths''ittternoon appealed to Governor
Vardaman to protect the telegraph offices
at Holly Springs, Grenada and Green
wood, '-stating that operators are forced
to quit and the manager threatened with
indignities. The governor directed the
superintendent to appeal to the courts.
If they were unable to enforce the law
it would take special measures.
NATURE FIGHTS ICE TRUST.
REDDING, CaL, August 22. Souther
Pacific rock crusher employes have dis
covered a mammoth cave of natural ice,
230 feet thick, in Black Butte, near Sis
on. Air from the cave passing through
at subterranean cave is so cold the men
hail to seek shelter and the'draft wa
strong enough to operate a windmill
placed at the mouth. Hundreds of peo
ple visited the scene. Explorations are
To progress with a view to getting out
the ice for commercial use.
LIFE INSURANCE THE OBJECT.
JOT YORK, August 22. George Car
ie and his sister Marion were jailed to
sy at Staten Island in a conspiracy
charge to kill their brother-in-law and
secure (1500 life insurance. It is stated
bst George Carnie admitted his' guilt,
feat protested his sister's innocence.
PHONE MAIN 713
ILLEGALITY QUESTION UP.
Indictments by Oliver Grand Jury Are
Before Supreme Court.
SAX FRANCISCO, August 22.-The
supreme court, sitting en bene this
morning heard the arguments in the
joint petition of Glass, Halaey, Abbott,
Brobeck, and Schmitt for writ of per
raanent prohibition to prevent judges
of the superior court from proceeding
to trial of person indicted for bribery
and other Crimea by the Oliver grand
jury. The illegality of the grand jury
and the consequent illegality of the in
dktnients sre grounds of the petitioners.
The question is whether the inqulsi
torial body goes out of existanos on
January of each year when the list for
the next grand jury was certified and
drawn. Should the writ be granted
hundred odd indictment returned by the
Oliver grand jury will be swept away,
In this case there are three courses
left for District Attorney Langdon: To
attempt to secure new indictments
through the new grand jury; to proceed
against the now indicted men by filing
information with the superior court or
drop the prosecutions.
PREPARING FOR TROUBLE,
WASHINGTON', August 22. Briga
dier-General Murray, Chief of Artillery,
and Commander Spencer Wood, of the
Navy, started for the Pacific Coast,
where they will lay out the so-called de
fense e areas, similar to those estab
lished on the Atlantic Coast They will
visit Seattle. Portland, San Francisco,
and San Diego.
MRS. BRACEETT WTNS MEDAL.
ABERDEEN, Wash., August 22. In
the matron's silver medal contest held
under the auspices of the local W. C. T.
U., Mrs. Anna Bush-Brackett, of Hoa
quim, won the medal Several other con
tests are to be held, at Hoaquim, Cosmo
polls and here, Miss Emma Page, a na
tional officer Of the W. C. T. U., having
them in charge.
FIRE AGENCY CHANGES TITLE.
JACKSON, Miss., August 22. The fire
insurance agency of biviey 4 Co.. at
Newton, has been changed to the East
Mississippi Fire Insurance Co., and is
now in charge of H. F. Sivley and L.
M. Bureh, who purchased the interest of
W. B. Sivley.
: Panama hat cleaned and blocked.
Leave them with Dell Skully.
I A chambermaid for a hotel.
"J.," Aatorian office.
Dell B .Scully, notary public,
hour: at Scully's cigar store.
Free Wall Maps.
A large wall map, very complete and
carefully printed, exceedingly useful for
reference and general information will
lie furnished free of charge. Apply to
G W. Roberts, agent O. R. 4 N., As
Drug Store Moves.
The Central Drug Store has removed
one-half block west of their old location
on Commercial street and have a finely
remodeled store where everything is
fitted up in first-class shape. They will
be pleased to meet their old customers
and new friends at this location.
400 ROOMS WANTED.
. During the Sangerfest Convention and
Regatta week, parties having rooms will
please leaves their names and address
at either of the .following places: Re
gatta Headquarters, Johnson Phonograph
Co., S. L. Nenthrup, or E. Hauke & Co.,
- FRED J. JOHNSON,
Sunday excursions to North (Long)
Beach. Round trip fare (1.00 to any
point on North Beach. Tickets good re
turning on either the steamer Potter
or Nahcotta. Call at O. R. ft N. dock
New FaU Suits,
Subscribe for tha Daily or Weekly
Aatorian and get a Qraphophonoion
small weekly payments. . Call on A. R.
Cyrus, 424 Commercial street for par
ttestara. Civil Service Examination.
An examination for the position of
heelman, Custom's Service, will be
held at the Custom Houe in this city on
ptember 25, 1907. For application
lanks and full information relative to
the; examination, qualifications, duties,
alaries, etc., address Secretary, Board
of :Oivil Service Examiners, Custom
House, Astoria. -'
R. Cyrus, 424
stenographers at A.
Cheap round-trip rates to the East
To Chicago $71.50
To Omaha 60.00
To Kansas City. 60.00
To St. Paul 60.00
To St. Louia 67.60
Ticket on sale August 8-9-10, Sep
tember 11-12-13. For further particular
apply to G. W. Roberts, agent 0. R. ft N.
Wm. McMurray, Q. P. A, Portland, Or.
You will save $20 if you purchase
your through tickets from ASTORIA ft
COLUMBIA RIVER RAILROAD 00. at
Astoria, Twelfth street office, instead of
THROUGH TICKETS sold to FIN
LAND, SCANDINAVIAN and ALL
Call or address R, H. Jenkins,
Ceneral Passenger Agent,
A. & C. R. R., Astoria, Or.
The Astoria & Columbia River Rail
road Company has named a rate of one
and one-third fare for the round-trip to
Portland and return to enable everyone
to attend Ringling Bros.' Circus which
will be exhibited at Portland, Monday
and Tuesday, August 26 and 27. Tickets
will be on sale August 26 and 27; return
limit day following date of sale. Chil
dren of half fare age will be charged one
half of these rates, with a minimum of
50 cents or the round trip. 8-21-6t.
Dress for Men
Exclusive styles v
the most essential features
of our clothes are the exclusive
styles, superior quality and
An Alfred Benjamin suit can always
be distinguished from the ordinary
sort by the perfect fit of each gar
ment. The perfect fit of the coat
and vest and perfect hang of the
You want your clothes to be collect. Be
sure they bear the label of Alfred Benjamin
& Co." They cost no more.
$10, $16, $20, $25 to
clothes without a
"The Best Lint Made"
$2.50 to $20.00
The neatest patterns
ever brought to Astoria.
Monarch Shirts, it. 00
Cluett Shirts, $1.50 and $2
ever saw. You should
rwnsvllle Woolen Gil Store
Headquarters for Fine Oregon Woolen Goods
Rug filler and bird cages
Hildsbrand A Oar,
Hotel Irving Eleventh street and
Franklin avenue, nicely furnished rooms.
Rates reasonable. 8-21-Nt.
Hew Grocery Store.
Try our own mixture of coffee the
J. P. B. Fresh fruit and vegetables
Babollet A Co. grocers. Phone Main
Social Dance. ,
The Liberty Bell Social Club will give
another one of their dances at Logan's
Hall Saturday evening, August 24th.
All invitations have been sent out. 20-5t
A Well-Shod World
Wants the best in make and in re
pair of its footgear, C. V. Brown
knowing this, has amplified his business
by employing a skillful mender in leath
er; a man who knows the handling of
fine leather on given lasts, so that the
mended shoe loses nothing of its original
grace of shape. Of course the original
article in all its modern excellence is
always to be had at Brown's That goes
without saying! ,
The bites and etmgs of Insects, sun
burn, cuts, burnt and bruises relieved
at one with Pins salve Oarbollatd. Acta
like a poultice. Draws out taftamma
tion. Try It Price 26c. Sold by Frank
Hart's Drug Store, ,
Mr. E. J. Arnold's merry-go-round i
now located at the old Btand comer of
Seventh and Commercial streets, where
it will remain until after the Regatta.
Starting Sunday or Monday we will give
a free entertainment of moving pictures
every evening. Everybody is welcome.
t Cures Coughs, Colds, Croup, La Grippe, Asthma, Throat
and Lung Troubles. Prevents Pneumonia and Consumption
F. Ts Laurin, Owl Drug Store.
All the New Fall
styles, every shape
The nobbiest line you
Notice to tha Public.
Notice is hereby given that the Nor
wegian Singing Society will not enter
tain any bills or assume any indebted
ness unless such bills when rendered art
accompanied by a requisition dujy sign
ed by the president.
S. L. ANTHRUP, President
Up-to-Datt Train Service.
The traveling public appreciate the
fact that the
Canadian Pacific is the up-to-date line.
The attractive features being!
The new 68-hour service Portland to
St. Paul, via Spokane.
The Imperial Limited Service.
The Trans-Canada Limited Service
Four days acro the contlnnet.
The Tyler, the new refreihment re
sort, which opened on Saturday night
at the corner of Sixth and Bond streets,
Is still enjoying the popularity that the
owner's name gives It with his worthy
helpmate, Dad Towler. Clarence Tyler
insists on everything that be 1 connect
ed with being first class and the Tyler
is an actual evidence of this determina
tion, he Tyler will grow in popularity.
, The Gem Restaurant
The Gem Restaurant, formerly the
Spear, is now running in full blast and
the encouragement Mr, Anderson, the
proprietor, Is receiving is very gratifying
to him. He is already showing his ability
in his particular line and his success is
not a question it Is a certainty. The
Gem is located on Commercial street
near Twelfth street
Columbia and Victor graphophones
and latest record at 424 Commercial
street A. R. Cyrus. , tf.
3 i f Mm
Notice to the Public.
Notice U hereby gtvea that the Thir
teenth Annual Regatta Committee will
not entertain any bills or assume any
indebtedness whatsoever unless such
bills or accounts, when rendered, are ac
companied by a requisition duly signed
by the President and Secretary.
i W. B. SCHIMPFF,
H. WHYTE, J
CASTOR I A
For Infants' and Children.
TI11 KM Too Have Always Bought
FRANK J. D0NNERBERG i
THE RELIABLE JEWELER
no Eleventh St
HONEY and TAR