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THE MORNING ASTOItlAN, ASTORIA, OREGON.
SUNDAY, MARCH I, 1908.
Alexander Black Leaves Out for
STEAMSHIP NUMANT1A DUE
Alliance Sails lor Coos This Morn
ing-Melville up River With Two
Schooners Johan Poulsen and
Virginia to Sea Yesterday.
The British bark Alexander Black
went to sea yesterday morning on the
steel hawser of the Tatoosh, and
spread her wings for Europe.
The barkentine J. M. Griff eth cros
sed in yesterday morning at 10 o'clock
and will load lumber for the outward
voyage, presumably for California
The steamer Nome City arrived
down, at last, yesterday morning, and
went to sea and San Francisco with
out delay. .
The steamship Rose City came
down from Portland shortly after
midnight yesterday morning, and left
out for the Bay City at 7:40 o'clock
a. m. with plenty of business in cabin
The German ship Nal will get away
from Portland this morning and will
be in the lower harbor sometime to
night, ready for sea and the United
The French bark Ville de Dijon,
Captain Brumel, grain laden for Fal
mouth will leave Portland this morn
ing for this port and sea, and will sail
for The United Kingdom forthwith.
The Callender tug Melville left up
yesterday with the lumber schooners
Alice McDonald and W. F. Jewett on
her hawsers for Portland, where they
load for the return voyage to Cali
The steamer Alliance is due down
from Portland this morning en route
Coos Bay Points.
The Johan Poulsen went to sea
yesterday morning, lumber laden for
The steamer R. Miler has been
ordered to Portland for a general
over hauling of her boilers and ma
The dredger W. M. Ladd is under
going repairs to her boilers of a tem
porary nature, enough to last her jin
til her working season is up in July,
when she will be thoroughly over
hauled and put in excellent shape.
' The. schooner Virginia laden with
lumber for San Francisco, was among
the get-aways yesterday, going over
the bar during the forenoon.
The steamer Sue H. Elmore has ar
rived in from Tillamook Bay points
with plenty of freight and lots of pas
The Kamm boat Undine got down
in good season last evening and
went back to Portland with good
business above and below stairs.
The steamship ' Numantiji is about
due here from the Orient, but has had
her ports of call increased on the
other side and she may be a bit late
She is due in today if she makes her
schedule all right. ,
Notice to Mariners,
Capt. If. O. Wick of the American
schoner "Eric" reports February 19,
1903, in latitude 45 15 north longitude
133 20 minutes west for a distance of
30 miles passed through large quan
tities of freshly sawed lumber 4 by
14 in. by 20 to 50 feet in length.
PILES CURED AT EOHX BY NSW
If you suffer from bleeding, itching,
Wind or protruding Piles, send me your
iddrest, and I will tell you how to curt
yourself at home by the itt absorp
tion treatment; and will also send some
of this home treatment free for trial,
with reference from your own locality
if requested. Immediate relief and per
manent cure assured. Send no money,
but tell others of this offer. Writ to
day to Mrs. M. Summers, Box P. Notre
WILL FILE ANNUAL REPORT.
MADISON, Wis., Feb. 29,-The
National Life of Montpelier, Vt, and
the Pacific Mutual Life of Los An
geles, Cat., have notified George E
Bcedle, state insurance commissioner,
that they will file the annual report
required by the Wisconsin law, even
though the companies have withdrawn
Unequalled as Cure for Croup.
"Besides being an excellent remedy
for colds and throat troubles, Cham
berlain's Cough Remedy is unequalled
as a cure for croup," says Harry
Wilson of Waynetown, Ind. When
given as soon as the croupy cough
appears, this remedy will prevent the
attack. It is used successfully in
many thousands of homes. For sale
by Frank Hart and leading druggists.
FIREBOAT KEELS LAID.
MANITOWOC Wis., Feb. 29,-
The keels for the two all-steel fire
boats for the Chicago fire depart
ment are laid at the yards of the
Mantowoc Drydock Co., which has
the contract for building the vessels.
The boats will cost $125,000 each.
Whether resulting from a sprain or
from rheumatic pains, there is noth
ing so good for. a lame shoulder us
Chamberlain's Pain Balm. Apply it
freely and rub the parts vigorously
at each application and a quick cure
is certain For sale by Frank Hart
and leading druggists.
The Tongue Point Lumber Com
pany are now delivering 16-inch
stove length wood promptly. Call
Our Way of
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is to make you satisfied by giving
you material that does what you
want it to do.
If it's a floor, woodwork, a
table, bath-tub, or the whole house
you're about to paint or varnish,
enamel or stain we can supply
exactly the article that will do it
best. You can be sure of this be
cause ve sell the perfect
kind of paints, enamels, stains,
varnishes, all carrying the guar
With every purchase of the
"Acme Quality" kind we give you
free "The Selection and Use of
Paints and Finishes, ' ' the only com
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A 'RED LETTER' DAY
Two Hundred PoiHanders Due
CATHOLIC FRATERS GALORE
Council of Knights of Columbus to be
Organised and Installed in Astoria
List of Local Officers Meeting
In B. P. O. E. HalL -
This, the first day of March, 1908,
is to be a "red-letter" day with the
Catholics of Astoria and Portland,
and will be devoted to the organiza
tion and instalation of what is to be
known, for all time to come, as "As
toria Council, No. 1307, Knight of
Columbus," the greatest fraternity in
existance in America, of strictly
Catholic origin and authority. In
behalf of the establishment of this
Council about 200 of the membership
of Portland Council, No. 678, will
arrive here at 8 o'clock this morn
ing on the steamer T.J., Totter, to
take part in the beautiful and impres
sive ceremonies of the occasion.
These metropolitan raters will be
met at the O. R. & N. pier by a re-
ceptiofKcommittce of 15 Astorians
headed by Frank J. Carney as chair
man, and escorted to the B. P. O. E.
hall, at Commercial and Tenth streets,
where the premilinary arrangements
for the work and pleasure of the day
will be unfolded to all ' concerned,
after which the travelers will be
breakfasted and rested until they are
summoned to St. Mary's Church for
solemn high mass at 10:30 o'clock; at
which great function Rev. A. Rcid
haar, chaplain of St. Mary's hospital
in this city, will act as celebrant, with
Rev. Edwin O'Hara, of Port
land, as deacon and Rev. John Waters
rector of St. Mary's as sub-deacon.
The sermon of the day will be de
livered by Father O'Hara. The Coun
cil choir, from Portland, singing
Rosewig's Mass, at this service.
The Portland, contingent will be
under the guidance of Dr. Ben Nor
den, a leading member of the Coun
cil there, and as territorial deputy for
Oregon, he will have charge of the
ritualistic work of the day and even
ing, and his long experience and mas
tery of its interesting detail, will lend
additional dignity and impressiveness
to the exemplification ,if that be
When the great host of people has
been lunched, and disposed the hour
of noon in comfort, the work of the
day will be taken up at the Elks'
hall, in so far as the first and second
degrees are concerned; the third de
gree being held for the evening; the
grateful tasks of the day resolving
themselves into the fraternal and
friendly communion of a farewell
banquet set in the handsome hall; at
which, under a well devised program
of toasts and assignments, there will
be a feast of fun and wit and good
cheer that will make the hour me
morable for the last man participat
ing. When the banquet rounds out its
pleasant end the visiting brethren
will be escorted back to the Potter
and given the send-off of their lives
as they pass out into the shadowy
silence of the great river and speed
their way homeward.
Among the celebrities of the day,
from Portland, will be noted such
men as Hon. John Manning, Dan
Malarkey, David M. Dunne, J. P.
Kavanaugh, Dr. Andrew C. Smith,
J. P. O'Brien, and Roger Sinnott,
grand knight of the Portland Coun
cil. The Morning Astqrian has the
pleasure of forecastingl the officia
roster of the Astoria Council, which
is as follows:
Grand Knight, W. P. O'Brien.
Deputy Grand Knight, E. P.
Chancellor, John C. McCue.
Recorder, P. Shea.
Financial Secretary, Dr. J. Fried
rich. Treasurer, H. H. Zapf.
Lecturer, F. J. Carney. -
Advocate, J. J. Robinson.
Warden, F. Duffy.
Inside Guard, Louis Sovey.
Outside Guard, 'Edward Sinnott.
The board of trustees consists of
Messrs. W. J. Kelly, C. A. Leinen
weber, and E. J. Huard. Rev. John
Waters, who is already a member of
the Portland Council, will serve the
Astoria group as chaplain.
The great order, in behalf of which
this pleasurable' convention tran
spires, is the leading Catholic frater
nity of the Americas, and is 200,000
strong on this continent, v with
Councils instituted, and flourish
ing in Canada, Old Mexico and the
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of the graces and truths of life, all
based upon the firm predicate of stal
wart patriotism and love of country.
Astoria wilt count itself fortunate
in the possession of a representative
group of these modern knights of
progress and wishes them deserved
and abounding success throughout
their fraternal career.
For Diseases of the Skin.
Nearly all diseases of the skin such
as eczema, tetter, salt shewn and bar
bers' itch, are characterized by an in
tense itching and smarting, which
often makes life a burden and dis
turbs sleep and rest, Quick relief
may be had by applying Chamber
lain's Salve. It allays the itching, and
smarting almost instantly. Jany
cases have been cured by its use. For
sale by Frank Hart and leading drug
gists. CAUSES EXCITEMENT.
ROME, Feb. 29. Dispatches from
St. Petersburg announcing the sen
tencing to death of the Italian news
paper correspondent, Calvino for
complicity in the terrorist plot in
Russia have created much excitement
TO CURE AvCOLD IN ONE DAY.
Take LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine
Tablets. Druggists refund money if
it falis to cure. E. W. GROVE'S
signature is on each box. 25c. .
GRAIN EXCHANGE TO CLOSE.
WINNEPEG, Man., Feb. 29,-As a
result of the law forced by the Grain
Growers' Association, the Winnipeg
Grain Exchange today discussed the
advisability of closing the local mar
ket. It is said the trading room will
be closed entirely as soon as the bill
is assented to,
. We want your goodwill
and your money; not one
cent without that-goodwill.
Tour froctr returns 7 cm noner Ujcm don!
Sk Schilling's Bit: w pir fain. ,;
The largest and best orange in the city
for such a small amount of money
Acme Grocery Co.
THE UP-TO-DATE GROCERS
521 COMMERCIAL STREET
Lovers of dancing will be interested
to know that the principal teacher of
Astoria Dancing ' School is classed
among the best teachers in round
dancing in the United States. 3-1-lw
A full line of films, papers, cameras,
kodaks, etc.,' just received at Hart's
Drug Store. '
Just received a new line of umbrella
covers. See C H. Orkwitz, 137 Tenth
When You Travel
Be sure that your ticket reads vh
the O. R. & N. and connections, it
costs no more than via other lines.
Through tickets to and from all prin
cipal points in the United States,
Canada and Europe. , G. W. Roberts,
Agent, O. R. & N Dock, Astoria.
Second-hand furniture bought and
sold by R. Davis, 59 Ninth street.
New Mattress Factory.
Have your old furniture and mat
trees made new. S9V Ninth street
When a man rasses under the hands
of a barber he wants the best , skilled
treatment to be had in that line. In
Astoria, the man in search of such
manipulation, goes direct to Petersen's
"Modern1 shop, jt 572 Commercial,
and gets it in any of the six chain
The Palace Restaurant
The ever-increasing popularity of
the Palace Restaurant is evidence of
the good management and the serv
ice, at this popular dining room. For
a long time the reputation of the
house has been of the best and it
does not wane as time progresses.
The system used, that of furnishing
the finest the market affords, and all
can be obtained, in season, is plan
that will always win, coupled as it it
with the best of cooking and prompt
service. A common saying nowadays
Is "Get the Palace htblt"
The Commercial. '
One of the coziest and most popular
resorts in the city is the Commercial
A new billiard room, a pleasant sitting
room and handsome fixtures'" all go to
make an agreeable meeting place for
gentlemen, there to discuss the topics
of the day, play a game of billiards
and enjoy the fine refreshments serv
ed there. The best of goods are only
handled, and this faet being so well
known, a large business is done at
Commercial, on Commercial street