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About The morning Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1899-1930 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 17, 1908)
TUKSDAY, NOVUM DP. R 17, 0(,
THE MOllNING ASTORIAN, ASTORIA, OREGON
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I Women BEEl HlVEUuthttws I
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Sale of all .
1 Winter and Fall Millinery
.This Week Only
Every hat reduced in price. Slaughtering
" all pattern hats.
The Lurline was a busy boat when
she left op for Portland last night
having all the freight she couH
manage, and taking the following
people, on her; departure: Messrs.
Fleckenstein, C A. LoomtsD. G.
Gallagher, L, , Leahy and E. M.
Blake; and Mrs. E. V. Mitchell, Miss
D. A. Morrison, Victor "DeTquist, the
night purser, was left in Portland,
indisposed. It is not reported just
what is the matter with him; 'but
Ed. Donnelly says it is a bad case
of "love-sickness" and that Del' has
been ailing with it for sometime
past, but that the malady is not
necessarily fatal nor is it catching.
At 8 o'clock last evening, Opera
tor "Fuzzy" Feralnd, at the Smith's
Point station of the United Wireless
Company, picked up - the - oil tank
Carry M ff
Roam ta H
Open your ikepingrooni windows let
b the crisp. ttsK air hA your room
need not be cold liile dWrngt
touch oi airuteK 'ani the welcome heat
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Fee ntifinj the bith-roora quickly It's a peal convenience, asj wi3
take oS jnorninf dip as glorious as in the summer,
u ; Nwitsbreaklaailimr-'-inaks the roomcory and ckeerfur your
breakfast mora enjoyable and" start uS day without a skfcex. The Auto.
BUM jnoiCCuse ievwe HLfUio on Btngits itu wiiui
and makes it impoesiU t fan die wick loo high or
too low. Cleaned in a minute burns 9 hours witk
one filling. -' Finished In Nickel and Japan. Every
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steamer w. S. rorter, on cape
Blanco, bound for this port. 1 She re
ported that all was well and that she
expected to be m Portland today.
Mr; Ferland St about the same hour
caught the Col, E. 1 Drake, of the
oil fleet, south of tha mouth of the
Columbia and coming north, but
whether for this port or not, he did
not ascertain. The Watson was
picked up off the mouth Of the river
at 9 o'clock yesterday mornmg,
bound for Seattle, from ' San Fran
cisco. All well.
The federal dredger V. S. Ladd is
again hors du combat, with another
crack in her boilers almost exactly
similar to the one she has just had
closed up. She will be tied up for
the next two or three weeks, and
Jack Adams will cure the breach, as
usual. He is a star at that sort of
work. The Ladd was practically
condemned two years ago, and
should be rebuilt and put into full
and adequate service.
The steamship Rose City arrived
in yesterday morning in good sea
son, from San Francisco, and went
on to Portland without much of
a stay in this port. ' .
The Yellowstone came in from the
Bay City on Sunday, and went di
rectly on to the metropolis. The
Homer is due in from the south at
The steamship Roanoke arrived in
yesterday in good time and went on
to Portland almost at once, stopping
for a few moments at the Callcnder.
The French bark Boussuet went
tip the river on the lines of the
Ocklahams, yesterday, to load grain
out from Portland.
The steamer Eureka, from Eurj
ka,. CaL, was among , the arrivals
here yesterday, going directly on to
The steamer F. , 5. Loop was
among the get-aways from this port
on Sunday last. San , Francisco
bound. " 1
The Alliance was a Sunday getaway-
for Coos, and the Breakwater
came in from that port that morn
The steamer Northland earae
down the river on Sunday and went
to' sea and San Francisco, that day.
, The fine German training ship So
phie Charlotte got sway to sea on
Sunday last, en route to Australia.
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that Dr.- nine's New Discovery is
the best medicine to take for coughs
and colds and for every diseased con
dition of throat, chest or lungs,
says W. V- Henry, of Panama, Mo.
The world has had 38 years of proof
that ' Dr.1' King's New ' Discovery is
the best remedy for coughs and
colds, la Kripoe, asthma, hay fever,
bronchitis, hemorrhage of the lungs,
1 . ;
ana tne eariy stages oi consumption.
Its time'.y use always prevents the
development of pneumonia. Sold
under guarantee at Charles Rogers
& Son and Lawrence Rogers, drug
gists. 50c and $1. Trial bottle free.
Rogers & Son and Lawrence Rogers,
Kelley the Coal and Wood Dealer
will deliver and place in your cellar
a ton of the best coal for $7.00 same
coal for $6.00 at the yard. Phone
Main 2191. Barn 15th and Duane
All kinds of cordwood and hardwood
inside fir and boxwood for sale.
When the lungs are sore and in
flamed, the germs of pneumonia and
consumption finds lodgment and mul
tiply. Foley's Honey and Tar kills
the cough germs, cures the most ob
stinate racking cough, heals the
lungs, and prevents serious results.
The genuine is in the yellow pack
age. T. F. Laurin, Owl Drug Store.
The Clean Man
The man who delights tn personal
cleanliness,1 and enjoys bis. shave
shampoo, haircut, and bath, in As
toria, always goes to the Occident
barber shoji for these things and
gets them at their best.
Watched Fifteen Years,
"For fifteen years I have watched
the working of' Bucklen's Arnica
Salve; and it has never failed to cure
any sore, boil, ulcer or burn to which
it was applied. It has saved us many
a doctor bill," says A. F. Hardy, of
F.ast Wilton, Maine. 25c at Charles
Rogers & Son's drug store."
The very best board to be obtained
in the city is at "The Occident
Hotel." Kate vry reasonable.
If you suffer from constipation
and liver trouble Foley's Orino Lax
ative will cure you permanently 1)y
stimulating the digestive organs so
they will act naturally. Foley's Orino
Laxative does not gripe, is pleasant
to take and you do not have to take
laxatives continually . after . taking
Orino. Why continue to be the
slave of pills and tablets. T. F. Lau
rin, Owl Drug Store.
SECOND GRAND PHIL
ASTORIA'S SPLENDID ORGAN
IZATION TO ADD TO ITS
After months of exacting and de
voted preparatio on the part of the
Astoria Philharmonic Society, under
the direction of Dr. Emil Enna, of
this city and Portland, the second I
grand concert to be given under the
auspices of the Society, comes off
tonight at the new and handsome
hall of the Astoria Amateur Athletic
Association, at the northeast corner
of Eleventh and Duane streets, and
it should attract the very last per
son in the city to whom culture and
the beautiful art, splendidly express
ed, means anything. There has nev
er been anything, originating in this
city, on a par with the work that
will be done tonight; it will be a
treat and a tribute at one and the
same time; and the utter care and
superb training that has been given
the production is assurance of the
success and pleasure that will be its
The ladies and gentlemen of the
Philharmonic Society, with Dr.
Enna, are to be congratulated in ad
vance upon the artistic faith and
courage that has Inspired this fine
effort, and especially in the choice
of the evening's theme, Dr. Enna's
new opera "The Mountain King,"
iuelf a magnificent vehicle for the
talent that is engaged upon it; that
its rare melodies snd dainty num
bers are to be heard here before it
goes out to the world to assume its
place in the art chronicles of the
time. It is an opportunity that will
be looked back upon, in years to
come, as a landmark in the art his
tory of Astoria and the neucleus of
the progress and fame of the So
ciety presenting it. ;
At all events all Astoria is on the
qui vive for the event and that the
new hall wi!t"be crowded to - the
doors goes' without saying: Follow
ing is an epitome of the song-story
of "Jhe . Muntain King," which in
dicates a, delicate literary predicate,
which promises much, as does the
music, itself the charming means of
telling the tale:
"The Mountain King" is a mix
lure of Scandinavian folk-lore in the
form of a modern opera. The mystic
giant of the hills was supposed to
rule arbitrarily and tyrannically, in
terfering in the affairs of men, of
evil purpose and generally represent
ing the rilliarKin the mind of the
superstitions.' -'He ''is ''opposed by a
gracious queen who is as powerful
as her enemy and successfully Off
sets his malicious designs. ,
Johanna, the heroine of the story
is the daughter of the Mountain
King. She is ignorant of her par
entage, thinking herself the child of
some simple peasants. She loves a
young officer and intends to marry
him. ' However, her powerful Sire
has other plans for her future, desir
ing her to succeed him on the sub
Learning this from the fairy queen
she accepts the mysterious wand by
which she can undo the power of
her father and thus become mistress
f her own fate. Folk-songs, wed
ding bells, arias of giants and fairies
are thus interwoven in the plot.
Prelude and Intermezzo, Sinfonico,
from Cavalleria Rutticana, Mas
cagni . Orchestra
Soldiers Chorus from Faust. Gounod
Till Dawit ..Locwe
Even Bravest Heart (Faust)
By request ...........Gounod
Capriecio Brillant op. 22n....
Miss Hattie Wise
Scenes from Opera "The Moun
tain King" . Emil Enna
Vesper-bell Chorus .
Prelude to Act .
Johanna Aria, "How , Can The
Heart Tell Its Secret"
' Johanna, Miss Hobson
(a) Fantastic Ballet'.
(b) Dance of the Butterflies
Dance of the Flowers. .'.
Intermezzo and Fairy Dance
Aria-and recitative by Fairy Queen
Queen ; ...'.'........Mrs. Bushong
Chorus by Fairies..,...,..;,.....,.
Ballade and Poloriaise op. 38....
...... ............. . .Vieuxtemp
' 'Miss Esther Sundquist
Wanderer's Song ..McCunn
"The Old Black Mare",...... Squire
Blow Thou Winter Wind" (Shake
speare's," "As You Like It").,
. , Mr. Robarts
"Sleeping, Why Now Sleeping"..
...... ... Browne
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Mis Clarina Rogers
"My Heart At Thy Sweet Voice"
Miss Laura MeCann
"From a Daughter of the Sea....
Written for Ladies Chorus
"The Sea Maiden".. Miss R. Hobson
"The Three Sisters" (Trio): Mrs. K
A. Finch, soprano; Mrs. J. T. Allen
Meno Soprano; Mits Nellie Utxln
Chorus "The Sun Has Set"
Chorus.. ,v.. "Golden Haired Maid"
Trio (The Sisters): "Why So Sad
' Dear Sister Ours".' ...
Solo (The Sea Maid): "It Was the
Trio (The Sister) "Wish Not That"
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Among the 70 people entrusted
with the rendition of this extraordi
nary and beautiful concert work, the
following are the soloists snd spec
ialists of the night:
' Musgrove Robarts, baritone; Frank
Eichenlaub, concertmeister; Mrs. W.
T." A. Bushong, contralto; Miss
Clarina Rogers, cellist; Mis Rebs
Hobson, soprano; Miss Lsura Mc
Canit, alto; Miss Hattie Wise, pian
ist; Mis Esther Sundquist, violinist;
trio: Mrs. A. A. Finch, tsoprano;
Mrs. J. T. Allen, alto; Miss Nellie
Utxinger, contralto; Miss Anna
Campbell and Mis Louise Wise, ac
companists. .' "x
!'l have seen more cascV of dyspep
sia cured by the uset of Breakfast ?
Bacon than any kind of -drug re
stricted diet". .
Woods Hotchiuson A. M.' M. tt
(U. S. Gov't Inspected and Passed 138)
of uniform quality this bacon has a
delicate flavor that appeals Uresis
. tibly to the most capricious appetite
UNION MEAT CO.
Pioneer Packers of the Facific
Wholesale Dealers In Government Inspected Fresh Meats and
' lumbia llama, Bacon and Lard.
New Meat Market
Mr; Bradon, late manager of the F.
L. Smith Meat Co., wilt open up a
market with a full line of clean
and . wholesome meats st marked
prices that will suit, in the store late
ly occupied by the Automatic Thea
tre, 684 Commercial street, between
15th and 16th streets, on Monday,
NAME MEANS SOMETHING.
When A. E. Petersen built and
named the "Modern" barber shop, he
meant that it should stand for what
it was called. No patron has missed
a single feature of the modern ton
sorial parlor i t that house; and every
neusdevice in the way of perfect
comfvrt and service is constantly add
ed as it develops. The latest is an
expert bootblack, the best in the
business; a qualification that makes
his employment really modern.
Imported Malaga Grapes
and King Apples.
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Shipment of .,', f
Norwegian Bodl Beer J
$2.00 the Dozen, ' f
Try our own mixture of coffee the
L P. B. Fresh fruit and vegetables
Badollet 4 Co., grocers. Phone Mai-
Steele & Ewart wish to announce
that they have moved their electrical
fixtures and wiring business from 426
Bond street to 441 Commercial (nex
to Astorian office), where all busi
ness will be transacted in the future.
Their new fixture show room will be
of the latest design ,in every respect.
See- opening announcement later.
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The 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
looms (or ladies. One csll inspires
regular-custom. Try it. Commercial
street, opposite Page building.
AMERICAN IMPORTING CO.
v . Phone 1881. 589 Commercial St.
Importers and Whofesale Liquor Dealers
I November Bargains
12 Bore, Double Barrel, Hammerless
As good a shot gun as any $50 gun.
A Lady's Solid Gold Watch," 17, Jewel
Case Diamond Set $32. - -
The DIAMOND WORTH the MONEY
All other goods at eastern catalogue prices, v
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