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About The morning Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1899-1930 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 15, 1907)
When You Want Something g J flf f KATALLA
Crew Saved Being
Out of Rigging.
WENT ASHORE DURING STORM
GO TO JALOFF'S
Cloaks. Suits, Millinery. Skirts, Waists,
" Furs and Ladies' Furnishings
A complete line to choose from at modest prices. The
Special Worth of Taloffs garments is plain to thei
casual oDservcr ana is SDienaiQiv emyuasizcu iu service.
JalofPs styles are absolutely correct and up t6 the min
ute in the smallest detail. They embody the best fashion
points of Paris. London, and Berlin, Aodels cleverly ad
apted to the taste of the American woman.
Those little Touches that mark the Difference
Between Smart Style and Mediocrity,
Are tound m jaion s Moaeis, vaidez, Alaska, at i4.-Amvai
An4 tWa ici tiavat fl Tnnfth tnrt Tmifth. from Kata,I rePort the whooner Mar-
AUU M V' W-V Til t... vl
ashore on a sand suit at the mouth of I
Remember that what we leave out of JaloflPs garments ! "n"8 irer 4tom
v , , . ... r i t 1 1" i vA iMwr iiio crew wasi
as well as what we put into them, makes tor our style Uved bj taken rom r5trging lu
Local Shipping News Steamer Alesiai
Arrives From Yokohama After Un
eventful Voyage Nieomedia of Same
Line Due to Arrive on Saturday.
ASTORIA'S LARGEST AND BEST CLOAK, SUIT AND MILLINERY STORE,
- Prices the, Same and Always Moderate.Dependable Merchandise, Cash or Credit, I
The Style Store," 537 Commercial Street
NEXT TO HERMAN WISE
FIVE CENTS FIVE CENTS FIVE CENTS FIVE CENTS FIVE CENTS
Wilson's Moving Picture Show
A big 30-minute show for 5 cents.
Entire Change of Program every
Tuesday and Saturday.
Matinea every afternoon from 2 to.
Night performance 7 to 10:30.
548 Commercial Street.
Copyright 1907 by Hart SchafFner 6? Mag
FIVE CENTS FIVE CENTS FIVE CENTS FIVE CENTS FIVE CENTS
PILES OF FREIGHT PILED UP IN
LOCAL DOCKS AWAITING SHIP
MENT TO COAST PORTS AND
If anyone is in doubt as to the
amount of business done in Astoria let
him take a 'walk down to the 0. R. & N.
dock. He will find that immense ware-
boats from Katalla. The schooner was
loaded with lumber for individuals and
the Katalla Railroad Company. The
railroad company also lost two lighters
during the same storm. The Martha
Tuft was owned' by Captain M. White,
of Ballard. She was of 173 irross tons.
105 feet long, 20.8 beam and 8.0 feet
depth. She was built at Eureka, Cal
in 1876. That he hud been wrecked
during the storm of October 5 was fear
ed by officers of the Alaska Coast steam
ship Portland, which arrived yesterday
afternoon from Southern and Western
Alaska points. Fierce gales . prevailed
along the coast for several days while
the 1'ortland was in those parts.
The Portland had a cargo of 70 tons
for Katalla, and after waiting in vain
two days on the outward journey for
conditions under which it could be land
ed proceeded westward, Captain Hum
phreys hoping conditions- would be more
favorable upon return When Hincbin-
brook Island was reached, October 2,
the wind was so strong that to land at
Katalla was out of the question, and for
two days the vessel lay at anchor in
Port Estys, which is almost a land
locked harbor. The cable ship Burnside
and the steamer Santa Clara were in the
harbor at the same time.
All three vessels steamer out the
morning of October 4, as prospects for
clearing weather. were then good. The
Burnside sought the outside passage.
house packed with all kinds of freight, while the Portland and Santa Clara pro
some for local merchants and stacks of ceede to Katalla. By evening a strong
it awaiting shipment to coast towns W,n ag?f J"J '
DOSSlble for thP llffhtplM tn Mm. fn thm
from here to Coos Bay.; So full has the I,Md. tw. .t tu im r
W00-foot warehouse become that it is .ion v,..t.n sn. i
almost impossible to drive truck down tbe Martha Xuft The PortInnd sought Tha ni, tan,a fi t w!t TTT
through it. Yesterday the situation th iMward o
Little Tjivttk Tlnn1l ... . . ...
was relieved Dy a smpmenc oi several for tha niVKt. ,d remai na-tw. . . v Kli UP ine
thousand cases of salmon beinir taken j... . "ver Ior romM wsere she will die
out. One reason for the piling up of so no0nhe wind increased, and hv en!n
much frpin-ht i tTinf tbe coast Doits are I . ...
o - - k - i whh uiuwiriir a fruit i nn ... ....
getting in their winter supplies. The I ine sooner w. i. Jewett Iert out
only bad feature about it is that these Tho fllrtmnn atumam AI . r.t J?1 to Bedondo with a cargo of
goods shoud all be sod from here md d.... ' .. o w,wi jeei wnicn sne tooic
iicvciB uiaobci. kiiivcu vtHLPriiflv. ii i a.i.
w luajg irom lOKonama. taptain reters
u mi hi riHniiif i.iiim lriuiiifiiHH iniHiiifBn i . . . i i j . .
, j: " " uneTeBWUI "P " " The steamer Hassalo whih hnmnoii
.ugll urriri! u, reason for his vessel being two day. late her wW, ,Bftf. w ... ""Y"
a irans-snippmir poim. nnu we nave nn A u:.. in ..... ....i. . . " " "i'""'
said of this dock applies to all the others 1 0tn" Z : V..' i onee mor. on her run.
il! 'A l I -l. i. . J. I. 131. I
in uus ciiy wuk-u nave tue Bauie wuu.- back Th. 8teamer Nicomedia of the
same line is expected in from Hong Kong
on Saturday and it is exected there will
be a big jam at the Asiatic Steamship
Company's dock in Portland In taking
care of their cargoes.
We Are Proud
of our clothing.
The Hart, Schaffncr &
Made in a sanitary shop.
Cut by the best tailors in
, the country.
Made from the best wool
Every garment inspected
very carefully before ..
leaving the factory.
Priced at reasonable price.
$16.00 to $36.00
Speeial in SoclCs,
for this week
2 pair for 25c.
See our east window.
Leader in Nobby Clnthiti
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tions on them.
Jv$ X5fe iiyi
Presenting Vaudeville De Luxe
Times are strenuous on the Lurline,
flagship of the Kamm line. She left here
Sunday morning at 7 o'clock and ar
rived at her dock in Portland at
seven that evening. As a rule she
leaves here on time Monday evening but
For Week of October 14th, 1907
Overture ........Ida Durling
Farewell week of
MS. AND MRS. MESMES
last night buBiness was so rush nsr Bhel , . i , , i( .
failed to get away until 9 o'clock so toV Ti in 80methin8
will probably be about two days behind! . W " 8 .
by the end of the week. The labor prob
tern is sun iroutuesome on the river
Our Favorite Picture Singer
FRANK J. DAYTON '
steamers. Last month ihe HflSKln 11,19 weeK.preseni "Arran wanna
la nortnal crew of 30 had 270 men on her iVow Come9 Tho8e two Eccentn'c Fellows
Dav roll and the Lurline with . wow nf JHAKIifl fit CKUUbll
15 had 140. However, the skippers are ln A0 wew ana up-io-aaie specialty
looking for better times when the winter
THE NEATEST SHAPES IN
I FELT and VELVET f
; in the much sought for
BROWNS NAVYS AND REDS.
' ' We have all grades of millinery, neat and
talcing styles in new goods, cheaper' and far
more satisfactory than having the last year's
hat "done over." Come around while look
ing for the new fall at at any rate.
We are receiving new goods in the Colak
f'A nice line of Misses suits came in yes
terday. The New Vassar styles. The
first comers get the plumes.
rains set in as then they are able to
hold their men as they appreciate a dry
The schooner Delia arrived in ' from
Nestucca Sunday with a full cargo of
dairy products consigned to this city,
Portland and San Francisco.' Captain
Jones expected to begin discharging car
go yesterday but was unable to do so as
he could not get longshoremen. A
full cargo awaits him on the O. R. & N.
dock for the return trip.
The steamer Geo. R. Vosburg arrived
in from Nehalem yesterday with a cargo
of dairy and farm products and will
leave out again as soon as she dis
charges and takes on cargo as a large
amount of merchndiae is here awaiting
shipment to that port.
The British steamer Bramley, Captain
Gray, master, arrived in from Eureka,
Cal., yesterday morning with a partial
cargo of redwood, and will take on the
balance of her cargo of lumber at some
of the up-river mills after which she
will sail for Freemantle, Australia.
AD MARINE ...
The steamer Costa Rica is due to sail
tonight for San Francisco.
Will now take you on a trip through
the Swiss Alps, give you a trolley ride
in Berlin and show you a German war
ship at sea. ,
A Musical Novelty
MISS CHARLOTTE HILL
We now present to you the Creme-De-La
Creme of Vaudeville
TRIXEDA &' ROBINSON
In a noval and refined character change
singing and dancing specialty
N. B. Miss Trixeda is. conceded to be
the. mot artistic,' graceful and finished
dancer in the theatrical profession, justly
termed "The Flexible Marvel."
To leave you in good humor the Staro
scope will now present
THE HOOLIGANS OF THE WEST
Patrons of this theatre will please re
port any discourtesy to the management,
as our aim is to present to our audience
at all times a good, clean, moral, high
cIiwh pei-formance, and having made ar
rangements for bookings in connection
with the large Eastern' circuits will be
in a position to present to the Astoria
public the best talent playing the West
in advanced vaudeville
10 AND 20 cents
An Apron Sale will be held on October
loth at the A. O. U. W. Hall by the
Koenigin Louis Lodge of the Bona of
Herman. Everybody invited.
Heating stoves and ranges, the best
and the cheapest. Hildrebrand & Gor.
We have silver aide and'steelhead net
ting, leaded lead lines, cotton twine and
rope, Plymouth Manila rope, oil clothing
and rubber boots and everything for
fishermen. T. J. Carney A Co.
atenographera at A.
A. Cyrus, 424
The Tyler is still doing business at
the old stand, Sixth and Bond streets.
Clarence Tyler makes bis customers feel
at home and as a result his business is
mproving. The qdality of the goods he
serves cannot be excelled and the neat
ness of the place and the good order
prevailing, makes The Tyler a popular
resort. When you are in that neighbor
hood drop in and satisfy yourself
Those contemplating a visit to any
point in Europe for the holiday season,
should call on the local agent of the
Canadian Pacific Ry. or write Mr. C. E.
Benjamin, 232 So. Clark St., Chicago, for
special rates and full information.
Mrs. R. Inleton has opened
a nice line of
Ladles' and Children'
and Notions, Etc.
Mrs. R. INGLET0N,
Welch Block, Opposite Budget '
U ML-. I ,
Made from Pure) bweet
Cream, 40c. Quart.
40 Cents a Quart
43 Commercial ft
First of the season
55c Per Box
521 Commercial Street
Phone Main 681