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About The morning Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1899-1930 | View Entire Issue (April 12, 1908)
SUNDAY, APRIL 12, 1908.
1 AN EXCELLENT BREAKFAST IF YOU USE
You Can't Look Foolish Iti a Wise Suit
CHASE & SANBORN COFFEE
i NO drlEESE AS GOOD AS OUR
TER BEAU TIB
FOR "HAINDSOMB WESTERNERS''
AT THE "WISE" TOGGERY
R05S, HIGGINS & CO.
THE MORNING ASTOIIIAN, ASTORIA, OREGON.
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,W R.WIiiinmn ha dispoicd of hii
112 F.tyht street, to A, Glenn, anl
will retire from the trade. He ha
built up an extensive line there.
0. E. Wontlrrly, one of the leading
SRricultiiriiitJ of the Rainier country
wbh a InmineM victor in thi city yes
terday", n Btieot of Manager G. B.
JohuMin, of the A. & C.
At Wtrrenton Today
There i to be a nappy game of
baeball on the Wtrrenton grounds
hii afternoon at 3 o'clock between
the Fort Steven and the Warrenton
nines, and the Attendance is likely to
Preparing For Easter
There was a meeting of St. Aldcm
ar commandary at its temple last
evening, when the Templar degrees
were conferred upim five aspirants,
and several of the minor but beauti
ful degrees upon three others, The
Templars arc working hard to make
the customary church visit on Raster
Sunday and will undoubtedly succeed.
There was a very happy time at the
Friday evening session of Sacajawca
Lodge of Rcbckahs, No. 164, at Ham
mond, when the Grand Warden of the
Assembly, Mrs. Corric Hubbard, was
in official attendance and the honored
guest of the hour. There was any
amount of valuable and interesting
work and instruction and as a climax
a delicious banquet was served, coupl
ed, with a delightful musical'program.
cent lapse seems to be so grave that
her physicians are in desapir of sav
ing her. The Messrs: Clark have
the good wishes of many Astoria
friends for a sudden and happy turn
in their mother's condition
Coea to Seattle
Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Kmttson will
leave this city for Olympia in a few
days, having disposed of their home
here. They go there to better Mr.
Knutson's business chances, as he
takes the supcrintendency of the gas
plant in the Washington capital at a
considerable advance on his income
here. They go with the abundant
good wishes of many Astoria friends
for a bright and prosperous future.
Ill In Portland
O. L. Fcrri. secretary of the Col
umbia Trust Company, of Portland,
was in the city yesterday on business
matters of interest to his company,
and returned to the metropolis last
evening. Mr.. Ferris confirms the
news of the suden and serious illness
01 Mrs, v.liirK, lie mumi-i i i.mh.
"Clark, with Judd Urotners ot tnis
ity. and of Frank N. Clark, formerly
of Astoria, and president of the Col
umbia Trust Company. She has been
an invalid for some years but her re-
At the Hospital
Charles Wcstphoil, a sailor on the
ship I.eylaud Bros., was admitted t6
the hospital yesterday for medical
In the Police Court
One lone drunk was before his
honor yesterday afternoon and plead
ing guilty was assessed the custom'
ary $5 or two days.
New Photograph Qallery
II. S. Carter of Portland has open
ed a photograph gallery over the Star
Theatre where he will be prepared to
do first class artistic wok. Mr. Car
ter conies well recommended as an
Wireless Station '
G. L, Mtlligan of Seattle, represent
ing the United Wireless Telegraph
Company, is in the city for the pur
pose of putting the station on a com
A new Thomas 40 horse-power au
tomobile has arrived from the fac
tory for G. C. Fulton. The mach'inc
is one of the handsomest owned in
Dunkin & Normand have taken the
contract to improve about 1 miles on
the Nehalcm Valley road beyond the
16 mile post. Their camp is nearly
ready for occupancy.
Experting the Books
Mr. I. Haird. from the office of W.
R. Mackenzie of Portland, who is to
expert the books of the Master Fish
Warden, came down I-riday evening
and was busy yesterday. Mrs. Baird
accompanied him and they will spend
today with friends in Seaside.
Peter Brakke, the young Astoria
thcbest in the world
50c a Pound,
To Advertise Astoria ........
Nothipg else appeals to the visitor in a strange town
so much as the neat appearance of its homes.
Beautify your home and its surroundiugs by rais
ing beautiful flowers and shrubs. We have the seeds
Seholfield, Mattson & Co.
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Made by Master
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Stylish and Well
Sold by The
Easter Top Pieces Easter Neck Dressing's
Easter Waistcoats Easter Fixings
ALL AT THE WISE TOGGERY
P. S.-ONE PIANO NUMBER WITH EACH $5 SALE TO HERMAN WISE'S .CUSTOMERS.
pitcher who gives great promise of
developing into one of the fast ones
has signed with the West Portland
team of the Tri-City League. Mr.
Brakke's work will be watched by his
friends in this city who predict that
lie will "make good."
The annual meeting of the Astoria
Seamen's Friend Society will be held
at the Institute, Tuesday evening.
April 14th. There will be election of
officers and other important business,
and all the members are requested
to be present. Friends of the sea
men's work are cordially invited to be
present. A program will be aranged
for with refreshments.
Yesterday was exceedingly quiet
on the Astoria waterfront. There
was nothing moving save what had
to move: The Verbena went fo sea
in the morning; the' French bark
Marechal Davout came down stream:
wheat laden for Europe and an
chored in the channels) the Evie went
to the Elmore dock to unload her
Alsca freiirht: an American sailor
Kerving on board the Donna Fran-
ciso' by the name of William Raren,
was paid off at the British vice-consulate;
the Rose City got away for
the Bay City all right; and the ship
Berlin cleared at the custom house
. ' For a
VICTOR OR AN EDISON
Johnson Phonograph Co.
Rheumatic Pains Relieved.
Mrs. Thos.! Stenton, postmaster of,
Pontypool, Ont., writes: "For 'the
past eight years I suffered from
rheumatic pains, and during that time
I ue9d many different liniments and
remedies for the cure of rheumatism.
Last summer I procured a bottle of
Chamberlain's Pain Balm and got
more relief from it than anything I
have ever used, and cheerfully rec
ommend this liniment to all sufferers
from rheumatic pains." For sale by
Frank Hart and leading druggists.
Parlori Second Floor Over Seholfield & Mattson Co.
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For Infants and Chile , on. .
Th8 Kind You Have Always Bought
, Bears the
Made fresh every day in our
843 Commercial! Street
.. New Music
New music arriving daily. Come in and try them
over on piano. Few better ones in Astoria. Morn
ing is the best time. Price ALWAYS 1-2 marked or
FINE BOX PAPERS
Just received 500 boxes of latest effects from 19c to
75c per box. Better paper than has ever been
shown here bJore.
hitman's Book Store
CLOTHES FOR. THE FISHERMEN
' We have on our counters and shelves the largest and best selected
line of Fishermen's Clothing ever shown in Astoria, and jthose desiring
supplies in this, line will do well to make this store their headquarters.
The Celebrated Red Chinook Brand
The pnly first-class Oil Clothing on the market. Be sure and call
on us for your wants.
Gum Boots, Mackinaws, Wool Sweaters, Heavy Woolen Under
wear, Socks and Mittens.
What are you going to do for Easter Clothes?
We have just received a large shipment of Spring Clothes for Men.
Cleverly .Tailored Suits made from Fashionable Fabrics at Reasonable Prices.
LUUKINEN & HARRISON
Cor. 9th and Commercial Sts.