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About The morning Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1899-1930 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 27, 1907)
i'. THE MORNING ASTOMAN, ASTOHIA OREGON.
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1907.
One piece is a portion
tnd a luicloui denert Prfrred Slock Feachei,
from the Hluhtand of California. Then
mounliln pticTiei ar unlvenilly conceded 'to
tx lb Anctl peachei In tht world.
Preferred Stock Canned Goods
In order (a cur extra uprlor qumllty nd
flavor for Preferred Slock Yellow Deiwrt Pcichet
they ire wUcUd, when utt ripe, Juicy tnd irlcy.
cuned rliht In thli mounulnout, peach-growing country
ALUM UWU.koltMle Orooere, PORTUHD, ORIOOS, 0. 1. A.
Cannon's Boom Hat Another
CARRIE NATION TO THE FRONT
Fisher Bros. Company
, Sole Agents for
Barbour's and Finlayson's
i Hardware, Iron, Steel and Ship Chand-
lery. Pipe and Pipe Fittings, Brass
Goods. Paints, Oils, Glass and Hardwood
A Complete Line of Fishing, Cannery
Logger and Mill Supplies
i: Fisher Bros. Co.
540-550 Bond Street
J Astoria, - - Oregon j
r im t
SCOff BAY IRON & BRASS WORKS
IRON (AND BRASS FOUNDERS LAND AND MARINE ENGINEERS
IVto tftUi Paw Mill Vncblnerrl Prompt attention gln toaL repair work
IBtn and franklin Ave,
Tel. Main 2451
First National Bank of Astoria, Ore.
Feveriih Intereit Apparent in But Over
Improving Water Routei to Kill Hlgn
Freight Rinety-Fiv Million Butbelt
of Wheat in Canada.
WASHINGTON, Sept. 2o.-"Uncle Joe
Cannon" found another champton for
hie ridentlal aspiration tltii Hk
in the perton of Congrettmtn fcamuOi
W. Af(!all, of MatMcbutttt. The o
bti Uotu the Bty Suit It of consider
able wflujit, polltktlly, in the House
and in lil. own eountry "daown fact,"
to that hi enJornenitflt it of value. Mr,
McCall believet Speaker1 Cannon ie a
true tUtetman, deepite tlia definition
given by the late Thoinat B. Reed that
i statesman ie a politician who l daJ.
Mr. Gjnnon e rguee, U ttltl vigor
out at tli 8 of eeventy-one, and bat
a fund of Mpti.leno rlt'her nd more
estended than jrrobaV.' any other pub
Ho maa, it oonerratlr nd in many
other way it fitted fsf tli pfflce'of
president of the United" 6t. Mci-
dcnatllr, title it the tint Wellington
bat heard of the Cafinon boom in Many
long , week. The Illlnoimin doet net
beliet In brata-band methodt too early
In the game, but be it not napping.
Pollticlant who keep their Anger
clutched aiduouIy on the public pulse
are authority for the ttatement that
Mr. Cannon't etrength will turprite hit
rival, and that hit political vigor will
radity increase at the convention
draw near, '
Aother Wellington educator ha
bw-n drafted by the Jamestown Expo
eltlon to erve on itt committee of
exportt. The lateit it Trof. Chariet E.
Munroe, dean of the Department of Art
and aclencc of the George Washington
Unlvewlty, who ha been invited to a-
ime the chairnianthln of the Jurr of
Chemloala and allied product . Two
other memlier of the facultv of this
unlvernity are on committee at the He
fair on Hampton Road. They are Pr.
Truman Abbe, who t expert on the
Committee on radium, and Prof. N.
Afonroe Hopkim, who U a member of
the Jury on Electrical Appliance. Prof.
Hopkins, beside being a member of the.
faoulty of the George Washington Uni
versity, i chief of tli electrical burean
of the Navy. Probably at no institu
tion in the country are there gathered
together uch a company of distinguish
ed tcientistt a are to be found on the
faculty of the local university. Many
of the member have won distinction
in tcientiflc field through their connec
tion with government work, and thu
the university la a splendid recruiting
ground for the exposition authorities.
. Q. A. BOWLBY, Prtaldant. TIANK PATTON. Ouhler.
O, L PETERSON, Vio Preld.nt J. W. GARNER, Aia'tUnt Oaahlat.
Astoria Savings Bank
Capital Paid In tlOO.OOO, Burplu and Ondlvlded Profit (80,000
rraoaaota a OenenU Banking Bualne. lnterwt Paid on Tim bepoalta
FOUR PER CENT PER ANNUM
Eleventh and Duan itreeta. ASTORIA, OREGON.
Every one Guaranteed
We Buy them in Car Load Lots
I The Foard & Stokes Hardware Co
SaccMMiv t Vmh A Ctoktt Ct , .
touch to th addrens he l to deliver
Mwt the D(p Waterway Convention
at Mpmphli, which i to ilgnalize the
eltMt of a preildcntiat and Whtlative
tour through th richeiit valley in the
world Uliut i xwctd Uo mark an
i'pM'h in tli development of the coun
try' waterway, Member of the Na
tional River and Harbor Congrew will
bo much in evidence during the forth
coming jaunt, The preldnt of the or
ganlzalioli, CongrMman Joaepli E.
Ranmlcll, of Louinna, l with the Riv
er and Harbor Committee, of which
he J a member. Mr. KaniKlell It an
enthudaMo believer in the efficacy of
watei) competition to tolvo tHi raU
problem, HI organization, for om
year pat, hat preached the idea of
"not Jos than $50,000,000 a ywr for
waterway 'development." Such a j,m
expemlea If nM'.rl govirnment
would In no ene practically be thrown
away, a it the cane in expenditure for
the army and navy, but would be a
national int'ulmcnl ihat would rturn
largfl Intercut to both the government
and all the' people In the guiie of freight
rate. That thlt belief it threading k
teen In the fact that vhlppen and butt
nem commiinitie are rail ring to the
organization. 0pUln J. F. Elliton, of
Cincinnati, it wereUry and treasurer,
report , an unusually gratifying in
create In memberibip, stimulated no
doubt, by the fact that the organization
it to hold iU annual convention in thi
city in December, on the eve of the
convening of the Sixtieth Congret.
Ninety-five million Eunicii 6? wheal.
thlt ia the official etima't' bt the 1907
crop in Canada's great wheat-growing
province, Manitoba, A filer t a and Sa
lutchewan. Owing to At flood of Im
migration which hat eanwd aa immenw
WARD'S 'TURKISH BATHS
''..! NEVER CLOSE ;;v
539 Commercial St., ASTORIA, ORE.
The only Turkish Baths, Rnss
sian Tub and Shower Baths
First Class and Sanitary Night Accommodations
All Modern Conveniences that are Modern
FRANK F. WARD. Proprietor
Phone Black 2253 took for tbcBIgn oo Sidewalk
(Continued on Page 7)
Playing the role of injured innocence.
Mr. Carrie Nation thin week began a
tcntenco of seventy-five day in the
workhouae. She was convicted of di-
ordcrly conduct and declined to pay the
fine assessed against her. Ma Nation's
clash with the law came about when
she invaded the post-office and insisted
upon delivering a forceful lecture on
the evils of cigarette smoking. She de
clined to doist when ordered to do so
by n policeman. In court thp jxiliec
judge offered the saloon' smasher the
altei native of giving bonds to keep the
peace or pnying a fine of $25. Although
she hnd plenty of money, Mrs.' Nation
declined to do either. The Kansas wo
man 1ms been a source of constant mi'
noyiinee to the local police, and has sue'
coedcil in making herself a pestiferous
"FeveritV is not too strong a word
to use in decsribing the activity that
suddenly has taken hold of the people
Of the United States in considering the
question of Improving the nations .riv
ers and harbor. Cruising the great
lakes is the entire Rivers and Harbors
Committee, of the House; preparing for
it trip down the Mississippi the begin'
ning of nevt moneh, the new Inland
Waterways Commission Is busy with
plans, and down in Oyster Bay Presi
dent Roosevelt ia putting the finishing
Will cure any case of Kidney ot Bladder Disease not
beyond the roach of medicine. No medicine can do more.
f F, T. Laruin, Owl Drug Store.
Cures Backache 1
' Corrects , ',
Do not risk having
No Students, No Cocaine, No Gat.
le dig l M
We will forfeit $1000 to an; char
itable inttltution for any Dentist who
can com pet with ut in erown and
bridge work, or teeth without plates.
ray no uncy iee uniu you nv con
sulted u. Our continued tucceaa in
our man office ia due to the uni
form higB-gradt work done by year
oi experienced operator, in prices
quoted below are absolutely the best
opportunity to get your money's
worth which hat aver been, offered.
W use nothing but the beat ma
terials. Prices Until Sept. 30th
Beat Silver Filling t. joe
Platinum Filling t I1.00
Gold & Platinum Alloy Fillings. I i.s
Gold Filling! $2.00 to I5.00
S. S. White Layon Crows 9540
Gold Crowna, best sat extra
Bridgework, per tooth, bett work.Js
Best Rubber Plate, S. S. white
Aluminum-lined Plate tio to I15
A binding guarantea criven with all
work for 10 years.
Used only by us for Painless Extrac
tion of teeth, 50c
Seal What Mr. Jessie Level Say.
I had 12 teeth extracted by the use
of Vegetable Vapor, absolutely pain
less the most pleasing effect and
highly recommend the method. Your
MRS. JESSIE LEVEL.
And those afflicted with heart weak
nest can have their teeth extracted
and filled without the least pain
Chicago Dental Parlors
Northwest Cor. Commercial and nth.
The largest and best-equipped Den
tal establishment in the Northwest.
Seventeen office in the United State.
LADY IN ATTENDANCE.
I See that vou are in the nVht office.
Open Sunday, 0 to 2.
SCHOOL BOOKS AND
SCHOOL SUPPLIES ARE
Exchange Your Old Books
B. A. HIGOINS CO.,
MVSIC . BOOKS STATIOXEKI
See the Window t
Astoria Hardware Co.,
113 12th St.
JOHM FOX President
F. U BISHOP. Secretary.
AbliiPariry,s! FlMsrflivta; 1
f PORTLAND,OEC00rs. '
Kldnav and Eiaddar Troubles
RELIEVED IN :
, Ech Csp- S '
ASTORIA IRON WORKS
Nelson Troysr, Vies-Pres. and Bupt
ASTORIA SA VINOS BANK, Trsaa.
Designers sad M&nafactnrers oj
THE LATE8T EHPEOVED '
Canning Machinery, Marine Engines and Boilers
Complete Cannery Outfits Furnish!
Foot of Fourth tttreet
I Grape Juice
I AMERICAN IMPORTING CO
1 589 Commercial Street
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C. F. WISE, Prop.
Choice Wtosa, Liquor , Uarchanta Lnncb From '
and Cigars 11:30 a. m. to 1:30 y a
Hot Lunch at an Honrs . afOtnta
. Corner Utrenth and Commercial
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WHEN YOU WANT PRICES THAT ARE RIGHT f
Write us, we're here for that purpose 1!
The Work We Do
Anvthinz in the electrical Business. Bell's Hons P W J
Inside wiring and Fixtures installed and kept In repair.!
1 vv e wui De giaa 10 quote you prices.
OUR PRICES WILL DO THE REST
STEEL & EWART f
the nac43 V ;
all PRruaisTS. i
I 429 Bond Street Phone Main 3881
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