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About The morning Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1899-1930 | View Entire Issue (May 16, 1909)
THE MORNING ASTORIAN, ASTORIA, OREQON.
SATURDAY, MAY 15, 1909.
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:HLLIBERY SALE !
Great reduction on Ladles Trimmed Hats
All newest designs put in this sale. This spec-
X ial sale begins
! Saturday, May 15th and lasts until ::
Wednesday of the following week.
ALLEGES THAT THE TYPHOID
GERMS ON TUG SAwravm
WAS PRIMARY CAUia.
Last evening's Portland Telegram
says that '"Negotiations are under
way by the Puget Sound Tugboat
Company, it is understood, to sell or
lease the rug Tatoosh to the Port of
Portland Commission. Captain W.
H. Plummer, general manager of the
tugboat concern, has been in Port
land for the purpose of ascertaining
what sort of craft the port requires
to assist the WaTiula at the mouth of
the Columbia- The terms on which
she can be secured will probably be
made known at the next meeting of
The British steamship Invertay, of
London, arrived in yesterday after
noon, from Guaymas. bound for
Comox. She ran short of coal being
reduced to 20 tons in her bunkers.
She went alongside the Elmore bunk
ers, and proceeded to take on 60
more tons, to see her through with
the voyage. She is under charter to
Frank Waterhouse & Company, and
will load wheat at Seattle, for Aus
tralian delivery. Capt James Hough
ton is in command, and he hopes to
get to sea today sometime. She left
Guaymas on the 4th instant, and had
head winds all the way up the CWt
c.h,. i a monster and an ex-transport
in the British service, and a fine ship
Captain Wicklund, with several of
his crew, and the fine new life boat
-cr-iriurd" deoarted yesterday morn
ing for Seattle, and will remain there
during the season, for exnmiuon pur
poses, at the A. Y. P. Exposition.
The steamer Lurline left up last
evening on time with, the following
people registered out of this city: W.
Moses, B. A. McCreary. Silas Brown.
E. L. Babbidge, F. Jacobson. B- G-
port yesterday and went on up the
river for another load of lumber for
Th steamer Alliance is due to sail
from the Callender pier at an early
honr this morning, for Coos waters,
with freight and passengers.
Ti. n tender Armeria, Captain
William Gregory, in command, enter
ed port yesterday, from Aiasxa ana
Puget Sound ports, alter an aosence
wrflcs. with all well on
board. Nothing of note transpired on
the cruise of the flagship ot trie Ugnt-
t ! uM tVtat the steamer Geo. R-
Vosburg will at once be remodelled
.n - tft arrnmmodate sucn a passen
ger list as the federal authorities shall
pu. f Charles E. Darragh
at the hospital of typhoid fever has
caused considerable comment a w
.v.- ,.,if3rv condition of the tug
Sampson. Coroner C.ilbaugh slates
that Mr. Darrah is the sixth man he
v., v.,,;..,! .uiim from tvphoid fever
the Sampson. This has
n..f,.rr-.t within -the r-ast two years.
! ti n4 K,il have nlied the Co-
jlumbia during the past few years, but
jno typhoid or deaths have been re
'ported and it is claimed that there
imust be something wrong with the
i ..;.,.. ..NM,litinn rf th.n hoat. As
I to whether it was inspected last year
is not known by the local authorities
here. The report that city health
Officer Clara Reames would have the
ht eamined as to its sanitary condt-
t.'nnc ic nrnhahlv nremature. as it is
doubtful if she has any jurisdiction
over vessels plying on the Columbia
river. Again, the tug is owned in
Portland and that is her home port.
T nral hp.ilth officers there misht con-
duet an examination, provided any
complaint is made to tnem--
It would seem that if the com
plaints have any foundation, some of
the employees on the tug woum ask
for an examination. It is claimed that I
the water tanks contain germs, while
others claim germs lurk in the hold
nf the vessel. As a matter of nrecau-
tion it would seem that the owners
would want to have it put in a sani
tary condition as a safeguard against
any possible suits for damages. It
is contended that none of the officers
have ever been sick, but it is possible
that water is not indulged in as a
i WE afe glad to have any and all possible light turned
on the question of what clothes you'd better buy.
The more you know of
Hart Schaffner & Marx i
clothes the more certain you are
to buy them and that means you.
For all wool quality, for perfec
tion in style, fit and thoroughness
of tailoring, there are no other
clothes to equal them.
Suits, $18.00 to $40.00
Overcoats, $15 and Up.
No Name Hats,
$3.50 any Style.
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Chance To Clean Your Carpets
Rent our electric carpet cleaner,
$2.50 per day. Anbody can handle it.
W. A. EIGNER
' The Claremont entered port yester
day morning and went direct to the
O R. & N. docks, where she dis
charged 800 sacks of cement for Fisn-j morning and wtnt on up
er Bros-; ana wen nwvcu lu u. . . foT a return cargo ot ium-
j . ni v fnncirnmfnt I .
The steamer Shoshone arrived in
C. dock and put another consignment
of her 18,000 sacks ashore tor nous
ton & Ferguson, and lastly left a big
lot for the Astoria Fuel & Supply Co.
She then departed for Portland, where
the bulk of her cargo is due.
C. H- Dean, ex-mate of the Elmore
motro schooner Gerald C. will depart
t,;. mnminor fop Coos Bay on the
..-..r Alliance. Mr. Dean is of
the newly organized company here
The steamer Charles R. Spencer
was doing business as usual at the
Callender dock yesterday afternoon.
She went up at 3 o'clock with a good
The Hitman Appetite.
Of all the whimsical, shifting, unre-
5"!? the -v,r ;hh
wiih.ii v vv . , .'y.t ty,-. tn .9t ig. nerhaos. th
200-tonner, with gasoline engines of
200 horse power, for coast trading
between this port and all the lower
points on the Oregon coast. The
will be built bv Kruse & Banks,
of North Bend, and it is the hope of
' her owners to have her on the run
by the first day of August next.
The steamship State of California
docked at the O. R. & N. piers at 4
o'clock yesterday afternoon, with over
200 passengers for the Bay City, ana
right thing to eat is, perhaps, the
most unreasonable and imperious
There are those who humor it; oth
ers who defy it; and all men are more
or less inclined to trest it with con
sideration. To find a place where
these varying attitudes may be fos
tered, at the least cost in each case,
and yet keep the appetite in proper
and peaceful subjection, is always
desirable information. One place that
is conceded as perfectly adapted t3
this, is the Palace Restaurant, just
Keller. The Wood Man.
Wm. Kelley. the wood and coal
dealer, is prepared to supply the pub
lic and all his old customers with the
best slabwood that Astoria has evr
seen. He promises not to join tny
combination to raise the price of
wood and he will keep his old title of
'the man who keeps the price down.
Ring up Main 2191 for particulars.
Atttention, A. O. U. W.
Seaside Lodge, No. 12. The funeral
of our late brother, Andrew 'Berry,
will be held from the family residenc:
1380 Grand avenue, Sunday (tomor
row), at 1:30 o'clock p. m. All mem
bers are requested to attend meeting
at A. O. U. W. hall at 1 o'clock.
CANTON CLATSOP NO. 22. DE
PARTMENT OF OREGON IN-
ST1TUTED LA&l mum
and filled soon as possibti.
to these were added Mrs. JUA opposite the Page building, on Com-
mond and Cody Vandme, from this , . . . .
port, in the cabin, with seven others mercial f eet' ,n X 11 f' J .
in the steerage. She sailed hence at'once, and patronize it always; that is
5 0'ciock. the rule of the Palace.
A New Train de Luxe.
The Canadian Pacific has placed r
commission its service de Luxe be
tween Portland and St. Paul. This
train will run solid between St. Paul
and Portland, making the run in tw-
davs and 13 hours. It is the fineit
equipped train in the West For rates
and full particulars, apply to James
Finlayson, agent, 377 Commercial
Notice is hereby given that two bay
mares have been seized by the pound
master and are now at the city pound.
Owners can have same by proving
nmnrrtv and oavinff costs. Otherwise
the animals will be sold as required
Chief of Police.
Free All This WeeK
One pound of Candy, your
choice, FREE with 50-cent
purchase at our store.
I Chance For An Outing.
r,mon Clatsoo No. 22. Patriarch j 0n Sunday next the fine, staunch
Militnnt of the Department of Ore-:aunch Hulda l, will leave the Lur
. . j ...in hv !iin Hnrk. for Fort Canby and Ilwaco,
Prof Wm'crowhurst, colonel and j a 8:30 a. m, with excursion and pic-aide-de-camp
on the general sttff of jmc parties, returning to this city
the sovereign grana iook ui - irom tnere at a:ou u v
O O. F. This branch of Odd Fellow- js a chance for a delightful outing.
rretnnnAi to the Knignis r; r ,r:n. Jl.OO. mi
Templar of the Masonic Order- At ,
some time in the near future its mem- The yery best boar(J t0 be obtained
hers will procure the biautifu uni- j . . UThe 0ccidenl
form pertaining to meiuu.....
this highest degree of the oraer.
Modern chivalry is one of the lead
ing ideas of the Patriarchs Militant.
The decoration of chivalry-granted
only by permission of these brethren
be conferred on 'Bl
r . .u,. (.,.. vnrinns localities in
Oregon. The ceremony will take place
Albany during the annual sc.
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t ip o-rand OOBe, granu vi.v.....,'
Ubor Matters st Great FUs Are
GREAT FALLS. MONT., May 15.
An arbitration agreement of far
reaching importance to this commun
ity was finally agrceu io im
the Central l.abod body of th city
and through its operation no labor
liitstiirt are likelv to arise in great
r..ii. the nr I iree vears. imtc
agreement which was offered by the
Cascade County 1 rades ami
Assembly to the board of commerce
lino the emuloviiiB and busi-
nes inicresis of the city, ana includ
ing 2XK) union men provides hat for
the next three years there Shall De no
,,rrete or reduction of wnoe. that
employers signing it shall employ
union labor and that all disputes aris
ing. between employers and employes
shall be submitted to a board of ar
bitration consisting of 12 members,
six of these to be selected by the
Board of Commerce from among the
employers and business men, and six
from the labor unions- The findings
of this board shall be binding on both
: grana loage, .. , . n - h fruit and vegetables
mcnt, Kcbekan Assemu y. ... ...v . r ... Phone Main
.n ,nril of this state, ana i .
Ninth and Commercial Sts.
M H H I it
We have a fine line of Chambreys at IS cents a yard.
Have you seen our fine line of Shirt Waist Suits, from $1.50 up-
We sell silk and linen suiting at SO cents a yard-
We are offering all this week our regular 3S cent ladies' hose, at
25 cents a pair. Be sure to buy a pair, 25 cents.
All the week 15-cent Mignon China cup and saucers, will sell at
t 10 cents a cup and saucer.
We sell Hunter's Brand Shirts, PatH,Ovcrolls,etc.
DON'T FORGET THE POUN1J Ur wnui maa.
Hotel." Rates very reasonable.
The Proper Plsce.
Go to the Occident Barber Shop If
you are particular and desire first
An expert bootblack and porter has
also been engaged.
Try our own mixture of coffee the
parimeui tuuim,vi -
will be performed by Patriarchs Mili
tant selected from the various tuu..-
f Oregon, presided over by Loi.
Ifantz of Baker City, depart
ment commander of Oregon.
PAit.tuintr are the officers ot the
new Canton in Astoria: Captain, John
hn; lieutenant, A. Y. Anderson;
ensign, h. X ounce; cicir. j.
accountant, B. J. bloop; stand
ard bearer, W. F. Jonas; guard, A. L.
Anderson; sentinel. Alex tagg,
picket, J. W. Babbidge.
The first three oincers, logetner
Olof Anderson, delegate-elect.
I represent Astoria at the council
Albany this, week.
CASTOR I A
for Infants and Children.
Tfca Kind You Hava Always Booi
Corner Ninth and Commercial
There are carpet cleaners and car
pet cleaners, but unless you have an
Ideal Vacuum, you cannot clean your
tairs. furniture, mattresses, wans, or
get at the corners; especially is this
by far the easiest operated- 1 am
unable to deliver any hand machine
for at least two weeks, on account ot
the factory being unable to supply!
FOR BEST CANDIES
Our stock ol candies includ-
ltirr "Lowiievs" and
"Gunthers" famous Choco
lates are the best.
...Home Hade Candies...
They are healthier
and better and don't cost
., any more.
ALCOIIOL 3 PfcK CENT.
A&fJ el :ibl Prrnjii-ntlnn fnr 4
ling Hie Siomachs andflowclsof
Tor Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have
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the demand. Order will be booked 3 Commercial St., Aitori., Or.