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About The morning Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1899-1930 | View Entire Issue (July 10, 1908)
FRIDAY, JULY 10, 90&
First Artillery Company
I The Store Lies
THE MORNING ASTORIAN, ASTORIA, OREGON.
Is here and if you want the best the mar
r, ' ket affords, at the right price, - leave your
order with us and you'll get satisfaction.
Acme Grocer y Co.
HIGH GRADE GROCERIES
Officially Mustered In
Under Most Favorable Auspices the Local
Men Become Members of the Oregon
is PR CI A L SALE
Ladies' Long Silk Gloves
' -Black, White and Colors
Special Sale of White, Pongee and Col
ored Parasols Big Assortment
OF THE DAK
ELDER OUT THIS MORNING
EARLY-STATE OF CALIFOR
NIA SAILS TOMORROW -ELMORE
OFF FOR TILLAMOOK
CONDOR IN LURLINE BACK
The steamer Lurline came down
the river last evening in place of the
Kamm liner Undine, and will remain
on the run permanently. She appears
for the first time in several months,
and is in fine trim for business, and
did her share of Mt yesterday both
ways. Captain McCully, of the Un
dine has been transferred to the Lur
line, and this will add to her popular
' ity, but no one can ever look at the
Lurline and forget the genial and
popular old commander that made
her famous, Captain Larkin, now
dead, but always kindly remembered.
The steamship Geo. W. Elder is
due to arrive here from Portland at
5 o'clock this morning, arid will sail
for San Francisco, Eureka and Port
Los Angeles, immediately. W. H.
Wilson will go out on her as a pas
senger for Eureka, and Mr. and Mrs.
M. W. Adams and family, for San
The steamer Sue H. Elmore went
to sea and Tillamook Bay at noon
yesterday, and among her-passengers
were State Fish Warden H. C. Mc
Allister and Walter Ridehalgh, of this
city. . ,
.The dandy Heather went up to Wal
lace Slough yesterday and took on a
load of fine spar buoys made there
for the Government by J. A. Fasta
bend, the well known contractor of
this city, returning down at 5 o'clock.
,The steamship State of California
is due down from the metropolis at
3 o'clock tomorrow afternon, and will
leave out from the O. R. & N. piers
an hour later, for San Francisco.
The motor schooner Condor ar
rived in from Siletz at 7 o'clock yes
terday morning, and went on to
Portland after a short stop in these
The steamship City of Panama ar
rived down early yesterday morning
and went out at once, bound for Coos
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Tuesday . . .
STATE FISH WARDEN
h. c McAllister head of
OREGON FISHERIES PASSES
THROUGH THE CITY ON AN
OFFICIAL TOUR TO THE
State Fish Warden H. C. McAllis
ter was in the city yesterday for a
few hours and had a cheerful report
to offer for his department, the de
tail of which he is mastering, rapidly
and admirably. Mr. McAllister was
on his way to Tillamook Bay and
the southern coast country, on a trip
of inspection of the hatcheries and to
look closely into the fishing interests
of the State generally and acquaint
himself with the needs and conditions
thereof. He left out on the steamer
Sue H. Elftiore, and will be gone for
the better part of a week.
He was of the opinion that it
would be necessary to abandon the
Bonneville hatchery, owing to the ex
ceeding cost of conveying water to
the ponds, which wxmld require the
installation of a conduit of cement
for a distance of 2700 feet and costing
in the neighborhod of $300. He has
been looking over the ground around
Westport and it may be that some
departure will be made in that neigh
borhood, though there is nothing defi-
Iriite about it as yet.
The bids that were asked by his
department for the construction of a
new 42 foot, 20 horsepower launch,
were all rejected on the score of the
excessive sums, and the board is
about to seek new figures upon plans
for a boat designed by the State, and
j to cost about $3000, of which definite
information will be given out later.
J Warden McAllister has men busy
now, packing the fish-food (10,000
I gallons), the work being distributed
as follows: 3000 gallons here at As
'toria; 1000 at Eureka; 1000 at Cath
Jamet; 1000 at Tillamook City; 1000
at Warrendale; 1000 at McGowan's,
across the river; and 1000 at the
Seufert plant at The Dalles.
Notice is hereby given to the public
that no bills will be paid by the Four
teenh Annual Regatta Committee un
less such bill is accompanied by a
voucher duly signed by the Chairman
and Secretary of the Regatta Com
mittee. HERMAN WISE, Chairman,
JOHN H. WHYTE, Secretary.
U. S. Government for
A. M. PM
h.m. ft. tun-fit
8:56 -0.2 9:06 3.7
9:22 0.2 9:47 3.6
9:52 0.5 10:24 3.4
10:22 0.9 11:05 3.2
10:54 1.411:51 2.8
0:50 2.4 12:28 2.4
2:00 1.8 1:24 2.7
3:00 1.1 2:28 8.1
4:00 0.3 '3:85 3.3
6:00 -0.4 4:43 3.4
5:53 -1.1 5:46 3.4
6:40 -1.6 6:40 8.3
7:28 -1.7 7:36 3.0
8:15-1.6 8:30 2.8
9:00 -1.2 9:25 2.5
9:48 -0.7 10:24 2.2
10:84 0.0 11:18 1.9
11:22 0.8 .;
0:20 1.6 12:18 1.6
1:26 1.3 1:22 2.3
2:38 0.9 2:25 2.9
3:45 0.4 3:30 3.2
4:45 0.0 4:34 8.3
6:32 -0.4 6:30 8.4
6:18 -0.6 6:20 8.4
6:55 -0.7 7:02 3.4
7:30 -0.6 7:40 8.4
8:00 -0.3 8:14 8.3
8:28 0.1 8:45 3.1
8:60 0.4 9:17 2.0
Saturday . .
i SUNDAY .
THE MUSTER ROLL.
Charles H. Abcrcrombie
Eddie C. Annelin
Rudolph C. Basel
Walter N. Berry
Arthur C. Be Hand
Frederick W. Beck
Edward L. Carlson
Edward M. Cherry
Ira E. Collins
Charles G. Darland
Frances S. Duffy
Chester W. Ellsworth
Carl E. Franseen
Charles J. A. Hallberg
Raymond A. Hawks
John M. S. Hawthorne
Edward A. Higgins
Frank E. Hubler
Jonas A. Johanson
Herbert E. Lash
Henry N. Larsen
Lester W. Londen
Roland P. Leabo
Carl E. Maata
The entire proceedings last night
incidental to the mustering in of the
First Campany into the National
Guard passed off in a highly satisfac
tory manner. Charles H. Abercrom
bie was elected captain by the" mem
bers of the new organization, and in
accordance with the military rules
Captain Abcrcrombie then appointed
his two lieutenants. Carl Knoblock
was appointed first lieutenant and J.
Oak Sutton, second lieutenant.
The first drill of the new organiza
tion will be next Wednesday night,
in Foard & Stokes Hall.
The meeting last night was called
to order by Lieutenant Holman, and
after a few remarks, he called the roll.
Each of the men present answered
"here" as his name was called. After
the completion of the roll call, Lieu
tenant Holman introduced Adjutant
General Finzer, who administered the
oath of allegiance, and then followed
the election of captain. There was
no other candidate than Mr. Abcr
crombie, and he received the unani
mous vote of the men. Adjutant
General Finzer made a brief but in
teresting talk to the men of the new
company, and explained briefly what
some of their- duties would- be, in
time of peace and in time of war.
Captain Marcellus and Lieutenant
Holman also addressed the men
Not the least interesting part tof
the meeting were the addresses made
by Hon. T. L. Daily and by Comrade
Shaw. At the conclusion of the pro
ceedings this short letter was read
from Mayor Wise, which was greeted
with applause: -
. July 9, 1908.
"When you meet the enemy, smoke
"Success to the new company.
"Herman Wise, Mayor."
Accompanying the letter from
Mayor Wise-was a box of cigars, and
the "boy" at once proceeded to
"smoke the enemy out"
Captain Abercrombie announced
the following men as the ones from
whom the noncommissioned officers
will be selected; they are instructed
jto meet with Captain Abercrombie
at his office next Tuesday night when
some will be named as sergeants and,
it is probable, the corporals will later
be selected by competitive drill; Guy
R. Osborne, A. L. Steele, Nicnolai
Bergmarr, Charles Garland, C. L.
Rogers, George Stevenson, Axel
Lothman, A. J. C. Schroeder.
The First Company, Coalt Artil-
There is nothing that
costs so little, both money
and work, and that goes
so far if it has the chance.
Your trorrt rctutin your monr it roo dot 1
tt Scblllioi Bent; we lay bim.
CharK'S V. Mulagamba
Frank J. Mercuric
Gerald P. McManamna
Dclbert L. Moore '
William S. Xanthrop
Otto A. Olien
Guy R. Osborne
Otto A. Owen
Kenneth M. Parker
Gust E. Peterson '
Earl S. Phair
John F. Planting
Raymond R. Ripley
Charles L Rogers
John T. Ross
Henry C. Scheel.
Alfred J. C. Schroeder
Charles F. Schultz
Matthew J. Seafeldt 4
Edwin T. Short
Henry M. Skibbe
Austin V. Snell
Donald J. Snell
George H. Spicer
Arthur L. Steele
Jason O. Sutton
Frank C. Thorndyke
Walter I Thorndyke
J almar H. Thompson .
Timon J. Torkelson .
Harold S. Turlay '
Leonard J. Ttiomala
William H. Utzinger
Frank Vanek ,
Harry P. Yastad
lery corps, of Astoria, was mustered
in last night in the council
room at the city hall under
highly favorable circumstance's. The
company starts out with seventy-six
men on its muster rolls, a doxen and
more than were required before the
company could be organized. Adju
tant-General W.'E. Finzer came down
to Astoria yesterday morning and
assisted in the formal proceedings in
the city hall last night during the for
mation of the company. Captain Mar
cellus and First Lieutenant Holman
were also present.
Astoria may well be proud of the
First Artillery corps. The young
men in it are a fine body, and that
they will be a credit to Astoria and
this part of the state may be reason
ably expected. Not only does the or
ganization start out under auspices
that are entirely favorable, and with
more than the number of men that
had been expected to join at the very
first, but it also has the enviable dis
tinction of being the first artillery
corps to be organized on the Pacific
Coast in the National Guard.
California and Washington have
both been striving to organize a com
pany of artillery in the National
Guard, but Oregon has managed to
"beat them to it." "
Adjutant-General Finzer seemed to
take a personal interest in the or
ganization of the Astoria company,
and he expressed himself last night
to a representative of The Astorian
as highlypleased with the showing
made and with the personnel oftthe
men in the-company.
"The number of men to be mus
tered in tonight," he said, "makes a
gratifying showing. . Usually we have
trouble in starting the organizations
more trouble in starting them, by
far, than in getting more men to join
one they are in full swing.
"The Astoria company is the first
artillery organization on the Pacific
Coast. Requisition will be made on
the authorities at Washington for the
proper equipment for the company,
and it will be sent as soon as possible
from one of the military depots. The
equipment is very fine and complete;
and contains three uniforms the
khaki, olive drab, and full-dress uni
form, the latter of blue with red
facings and I will see that the
equipment for the company is entire
ly new; at all events, the uniforms
will , all be new and that ought to
please the men."
General Finzer was asked if the
new company would be expected or
invited to attend the encampment to
be held in a few weeks in Murray,
Wash. ' . ,
"No'' he replied, "There isn't time
for that. Of course the company
couldn't go until the equipment is
here, and naturally the men wouldn't
be anxious to go to an encampment
until they are properly drilled- and
can make a first class showing,"
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The Housewife can save a large amount from her grocery bills by can
ning almost everything she usee the entire year around, and hive it with that
fresh tsste as from garden or orchard, and ifee knows that her meat ia free
from bacteria; free from ptomaine poisoning, ai well at her vegetables and
Can the Economy Jar do all Thla?
Because the Economy uses no Rubber Ring. AH other jari use rubber
rings, which In time decay, become
The Foard & Stokes Hardware Co.
General Finzer says that the Nation
al Guard in Oregon is in excellent
shape and that the character of the
young men 'in the companies ia high.
The physical showing made by the
guards is excellent and the men are
better, upon tbe whole, than form
erly. It was remarked that the phy
sical examination of the Astoria re
cruits showed most of them to be of
a pretty high standard. Oregon has
two regiments, the Third and Fourth,
with several companies lacking in the
Fourth. The Astoria artillery corps
will not be allied with either the
Third or Fourth regiments, but later
will probably be allied with other ar
tillery organizations which, It is
hoped, may soon be brought into
existence. Field officers will then be
appointed for the artillery, also. In
asmuch as the Astoria company Is of
the artillery, it naturally will be ex
pected to have training along artillery
lines and therefore requisition will be
at once made for a small cannon for
armory use, with which demonstra
Hons can be made. Later, of course,
larger cannon for field use may be
sent to the company. In other states
efforts have been made, according to
recent magazine articles on the sub
ject, to give companies of the Na
tional Guard practical training in the
coast defense, where they get all
the chance they want to handle the
big guns. With the near location of
artillery at Fort Stevens it is p6ssiblc
that the Astoria men will get at least
some chance to learn a little about
the workings of the guns there. At
all events, the Astoria National Guard
will have a chance to compete with
the Regulars of "the artillery from the
fort in general appearance and the
like, which should stimulate them to
their best exertions. "
Mrs. C. E. Ward will leave on the
Hassalo today for Portland, whence
she will go to Everett and Seattle,
visiting relatives in Everett and
friends in Seattle'. Mrs. Ward ex
pects to be gone about two weeks.
Mrs. F. J. Brix and family will
spend a part of the summer on their
farm on the north side of the river.
Mr. Brix expects ,to soon leave on a
visit of several weeks to. California,
and on his return will join the family
across the river.
DONE BY DEED .
L. R. Foss to A. R. Cyrus, lots in
Flavcl Center; $100. '-
Jyis Hanson to Crosset Timber Co,
right of way in section 17, township
8; $1. ' -
Frederick W. Robitch and wife to
A. M. Smith, undivided one-third in
terest in east half of southwest quar
ter, and lots 3 and 4 in section 30,
township 4, and lots 9, 10, 11 and 16
in section 25, township 4; $10.
GOT WHAT WAS
COMING TO HIM
: TILLAMOOK, Or., July 9.-WiI-liam
Wolf, the anarchist who flaunted
a red flag above the stars and Btripes
over his business house here July 4,
was tried today on a charge of dese
cration of the flag, found guilty and
fined $S0, which he paid. Volf's trial
was held before a jury, and -the ver
dict was reached almost immediately.
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One of tbe coxiest and most popu
lar resorts in tbe city is the Commer
cial. 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, ptay game of
billiards and enjoy the fine refresh
ments served there. Tbe best of
goods are only handled, and this fact
being so well known, a large business,
is done at the Commercial, on Com
mercial street, near Eleventh,
If you want a good load of fir wood
or box, wood ring up XELLY the
The man who keeps the
Phone Main 2191 Barn, Cor, 12tb
LADY MANICURIST ENGAGED.
"The Modern," A. E. Petersen'
beautiful tonsorial establishment, has
been further modernized by the per
manent engagement of a highly train
ed young lady manicurist, who will
also serve the house as cashier.
The very best board to be obtained
in the city is at "The Occident
Hotel.", Rates very reasonable. '
New Grocery Store.
Try our own mixture of coffee the
J. P. B. Fresh fruit and vegetables.
Badollet & Co., grocers. Phone Main
Tbe Palace Restaurant
An phase of hunger can be daintily
gratified at any hour of. the day or
night at the Palace Restaurant The
kitchen and dining room service are
of the positive best. Private dining
rooms for ladies. One call inspires
regular custom. Try it. Commercial
street, opposite Page building.
The Clean Man.
The man who delights in personal
cieaniiness, ana enjoys nis snave,
shampoo, haircut, and bath, in As
toria, always goes to the Occident
barbershop for these things and
gets them at their best.
Shine Them Up.
Ladies' shoes called for, shined and
returned. Phone Main 3741.
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Opened under new man
agement. Lady cook. Noth
ing but whhehelp employed.
Sunday Excursions to Long Beach.
Steamer Nahcotta leaves O. R. 8c
N. dock at 6:45 a. m. daily. Round
trip fare to any point on North
(Long) Beach, $1.00, Sunday's only.
Steamer Nahcotta leaves 0 R. &
N. docks at 6:45 a. m. daily. Round
trip .fare to any roint on. North
(Long) Beach, $1.00, Sunday's only.
Today is the last day on which to
pay water rates and avoid the penalty
of 25 cents that js" charged against
every delinquent, '