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THE MOIiNIXG ASTORIAN, ASTORIA, OREGON.
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER it, 1908.
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GRACE AND POWER.
Knight of St. George Gets Away
for Seattle.
ROANOKE DUE THIS MORNING
Undine Down on Lnrline'i Run Tatoosa
to Portland for Repaira Johan
Poulsea Still for Bay City
CosU Rica Out Items.
School of Dandng and Physical Cultur
For Astoria Soon.
prof. Montrose M. Ringler, of Port
land, head of the Ringler lhyUil Oil-
lure and Dancing Academy, will form
classes in Astoria this coming season
In dancing and physical culture." prof.
Ringler ha jnt returned from an ex
tended trip in the Eat, studying under
the best dandng master in New York,
Ronton, Philadelphia and Chicago and
has many new and intending features
to introduce in ball room and fancy
dancing. Dancing a an art has no
equal for developing and promoting
grace, beauty of lorm, agility, poetry
of motion; and particularly the art of
retaining one's balance, ball-room eti
quette, grace movements,
Social and class! dancitf; will be j
fe 1 4iirrh itnilatr th fit rat ti it. wm tt '
me ateamanip gosu luc cam oowni' ; w "
from Portland at S o'clock vesterdav rro'- cuuunsi
mornin. and Mt o,.f fnr Sn I Pof, Ringler needs no introduction,
at 7, well loaded with general cargo. MV,n Dn u,rwwr M MTrr'
fth. i. v ..rK.,.i r uiun, I larg. gymnasium! of the country for
lemca verr aoon. in order to run " l ,v" - w,r
against the Columbia when the latter of b' Urt pnvt xyn.na.lum in
I n n. I t . 1 t a
ah.ll mm out n. tfc. mn ronami. mere will oe ciswt in uanc
and physical culture for young pw
Il - li. Wl
Th. KritUh tnmn .(..m.kin v-iM P' ana biso ior auuui. i ne nri cism
r r -o" I . , .
of St Georw went over the bar res- Ior cnure " aancing ana grac-e more
Urday morning at 8:30, bound for the mnU wlU 7 .iternoon at
Rn.mil .h. i onft o ciocic ai iBn uaii sua me pnya-
tons of coal fuel for her lour rovaw cuUure cUm 4 P- m
to Genoa. 1 xun'er re!"''! an pitwpeciive
pupils to be on hand tor the opening
The schooner F. & Redfield went to cllw" ne" ""sy, as some work w li
ves terdar with her bis ear-o of P wnlcn not "P1'.
lumber, San Francisco bound.
Tbe oil tank steamer Asunsion ar
rived down from the metropolis late
yesterday afternoon and will ro to
sea this morning, bound for the Cal
ifornia coast.
Terms, $5 for a course of ten leons.
or 79c a single ieson; private lessons.
$1.00.
The barkentine Helper left out
San Pedro yesterday morning.
for
Toe steamer Johsn roulea was
among tbe out-going fleet yesterday
morning, bound for the Bay City.
The steamship Roanoke is due at
Callender pier this morning en
route to the south. There are several
hundred tons of freight awaiting her
here, but it is dubious whether the Port
land agenta have left room enough for
any considerable part of it.
Captain Snow of the river pilot serv
ice, came down on the Costa Rica yes
terday morning, and returned up im
mediately in charge of the bar tug Ta
tooah. The steamer Lurline has forsaken her
own schedule of late, and came butting
in here yesterday morning about 3
o'clock, going up to Portland on the
Hassalo's time. The Undine came down
on good time last evening, in command
f Captain Obey, and went away on
the Lurline's schedule with the follow
ing people in her cabins: G. A. Pohl and
Mi E. B. Carey.
At the Army Hall. The Salvation
Army meeting this week are drawing
unusually well and some excellent work
is being done by this popular and
world-wide agency for the saving of
souls. Tomorrow evening Rev. W. S.
Gilbert, pastor of the First Presbyterian
Church of this city, will be the principal
speaker, and a crowded hou-e is antici
pated onthis account.
llomtuaa
There is a Difference
So striking between finely tailored clothes and the
ordinary clothing that even the most inexperienced
purchaser will readily see it
OUR REPUTATION
has been built up year by year by selling "diff
erent clothes." See our line for fall.
P. A., STOlSS
"uncommon clothes''
Www
SOLE AGENCV FOR
DUTCHESS
TROUSERS
GUARANTFED
FINE SAW MILL BE
INC BUILT
THE BEAVES LUMBER COMPANY
RUSHING WORK ON THEIR NEW
PLANT AT DANBY LANDING,
NEAR RAINIER.
NOTICE.
All bills against the Astoria Regatta
Committee must be presented on or be
fore Oct 1, 1908, or they will not be
honored. COMMITTEE.
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Starg at the Star. The Star Theatre
was crowded to the doors last night to
witness the all-round success of the
Mack Swain Company in "The Little
Minister," one of the prettiest of all the
Scotch plays before tbe modern public.
Cora King Swain, as the Lady Babbie,
was the leading feature of the night
and was thoroughly supported as was
attested by the almost continuous ap
plause while the curtain was aloft. The
troupe is certainly making a strong hit
in Astoria, and the comedy-drama of
last night proved their unqualified right
to a generous patronage.
Commercial Saloon This popular
nlace situated at 509 Commercial street
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is up-to-date in every particular. The
choicest of winea and all kinda of li
quors can be procured here. Beat qual
ity cigars. Billiard table in connection.
If you can't come in person, call up
Phone 1231 Main. tf
Pimples call for immediate treatment j
There's nothing more offensive andj
dreaded than a pretty face covered with
eruptions. The body must be kept per
fectly healthy with Hollister's Rocky
Mountain Tea. Tea oi Tablet's, 35
cents. For sale by Frank Hart.
NOTABLE CHINAMAN.
HONOLULU, Sept. 27. News was re
ceived here today of the death in China
of Ah Fong, the well known Chinese
capitalist, formerly of Hawaii, on Sept.
25. Ah Fong came to Hawaii forty
years ago and married a half-white wo
man and amassed a huge fortune. He
had two sons and thirteen daughters,
one of the latter became prominent in
social circles here, as the most beautiful
woman in iiawaiL Nearly all married
men of prominence, one of them becom
ing Admiral Whiting's wife. Ah Fong
retunsd to China with one son, about
fifteen years ago.
What will be one of the mot mod
em saw nuns on tne uoiumma river
ia now being rapidly built at Danby
Landing, three miles east of Rainier, by
the Beaver Lumber company, of which
R L. FTescott of the Pitwcott Machin
ery company, of Portland, is president,
and R- F. Barker, formerly manager of
the Diamond Match company, at Chico,
Cal., and one of the bet mill men on
the Coast, is general manager. The
mill will be a full hand mill rigged
with a 0-foot band and be fitted for
handling both car and cargo business,
having deep water in front and the
tracks of tbe A. A C. In the rear, and
have a capacity of 1,000,000 feet of
lumber every ten hours. The piling for
the buildings, some 1,700, have been
driven and the frame work of the mill
is almost up and two car loads of ma
chinery are expected next week. The
railroad company is building a twitch
there and tbe station will be called
Prescott. It is the intention to be under
operation in about three months.
DAVENPORT
IS LOCATED
FAR
BIS
FAMOUS FUNNY MAN IS IN
..AWAY SYRIA, INDULGING
PET FAD OF BUYING ARABIAN
HORSES ENJOYING HIMSELF.
ROAST COFFEE
TO SUIT ALL TASTES AND
POCKETBOOKS
REGATTA BLEND
The Beet 25 Cent Goffee in Astoria
F- &S-SPECIAL
Superb Cup Quality for 35 Cents
NOB HILL
The best Roast Coffee that Money and
the Best of Brains Can Produce. No Expense
Spard to Perfect this Coffee, 40c Lb.
ARABIAN EXTRA
A Fair Coffee for 20c Pound
Cora King Swain, as Lady Babbie, in
The Little Minister, Now Playing at
tbe Star Theater.
HAS FINISHED THE SURVEY.
Contract for Construction of C. & E.
Newport Soon to be Let.
to
FOARD
O PTfllfl
Astoria's Greatest Store
CO.
Chief Engineer Haltcrsham, of the A.
& C. and C. A E has about finished the
survey and location of the line between
Yaquina and Newport, and is expected
home tomorrow. The extension will
be about five miles and the track will
go down the main street of .Newport
to the west end of town, where the
depot will be located. It is expected
that the contract for its construction
will be let at once as according to the
terms of the franchie granted by New
port, the road must be finished by Sept
1, 1907. The road will be quite ex
pensive to build, but will be a great
convenience to the thousands of people
that visit that popular resort every
year.
STORAGE BATTERIES.
We sell the Northwestern Storage
Battery, the very best on the market
for automobiles, gasoline launches, etc.
We have the finest and most complete
charging plant for storage batteries.
Recharging and repairing done. Expert
wormanship. R, R. Carruthera, electri
cal supplies, 542 Duane street. tf.
Morning Astorian, 60 cents per montu
The Morning Atorian takes pleas
ure ui ri'piiAluatitf the letter below,
knowing the wide spread Intercut Its
readers have in Oregon's famous car
toonist, lluouer Davenport, of whose
whereabouts for the past several months
there has been more or les conjecture!
The following very interesting let
ter has jii't been received by I B.
Geer, from his nephew, Homer leaven
port, the world famed cartoonist, who
went to the great desert in search of
Arabian horses of the purest strain.
Nearly all Statesman readers know
that Mr. Davenport is a Marion county
boy and raised in the Waldo hills near
Silverton. He is bringing over twenty
odd horses, and he has accomplished
what no other man ever did has gone
from an alien land to the desert tribe
and secured horse and brought them
away with tha consent of the tribes
that love their horses even as their own
children. Following is the letter:
"ALKPJ-O, Syria. Aug. 18, l!MMt.-My
Dear Uncle Bye: I write to say that
have just returned from the interior of
the desert; that while thin and ragged
I am well. The heat ran about 113 to
118 in the shade, but we stood it. I
am tired from the auddle, but have as a
reward the pick of all the desert trilte
Something seems to guide me, a on
meeting Akmut Ilaffez, the ruler of all
the tribes, he went personally with me,
and when the governor of Aleppo asked
me bow many soldier I wanted, I
told him none. So Haffej says that 1
brought smile instead of soldier to
the Bedowen. Thus I won their heart
and got horse and mare that no money
could have bought. To this W hearted
man I could not speak a word, still
when I told him the stories of Silverton
and of my mother and father, he told
me thing that show nip that mnps
only show the divisions of land and wa
ter that the brotherhood of nian runs
through all the race the world over.
We rode nights over the desert even
without a moon and they killed sheep
and we ate all day.
"I am anxious to get out of this old
citv. The filth is awful. The streets
are jut wide enough to let one car
riage down a street, so when they meet
someone has to back to the closest cross
street. We are hoping to ewape the
'Aleppo button,' a 'ie that comes on
the face of every one. Nothing can cure
it and no medical study has revealed
its cause. It lasts about a year, then
it disappears, leaving a white scar that
is called the 'Aleppo button.'
"Hope to start the horses and mares
tomorrow night for Beirut, 200 miles,
and once there I will ship to Naples;
thence to America.
"Of course I haven't had any news
from any part of Europe for a month.
There are no newspapers published
here, though it is a place of two hun
dred and fifty thousand people.
"I notice lots of gazelles pets in
vacant lots and the hyenas come to
the very edge of the town to dig into
graves; camel graves In particular.
"The governor of Aleppo lias just
made me another present; a 2-year-old
stud colt, the finest I have seen. He
came from the Oomusa tribe. lie is
bay, nearly fifteen hands high now.
"The heat is making me pant in this
house they call a hotel, and I'll quit
till I get to America.
"Give my love to everybody in the
hills. HOMER DAVENPORT."
ASTORIA GROCERY
PI ONE, MAIN Mi. 33 COMMERCIAL STRUT.
ANOTHER SHIPMENT JUST IN
of
LONG'S PRESERVES
Jams and Jellies
WAXEN COOKING APPLES
Per Box 65c
PRINCIPLES IN PRACTICE.
Union Printers of Colorado Art Aftei
the Gubernatorial Candidal.
COIX)KADO SPRINGS, Sept. 27.-Th
.State Federation of l.!or today adopt
ed a resolution denouncing Chancellor
Ilmhtel, the Republican candidate for
Governor of Colorado. The resolution
was Inspired by the local branch of the
Typographical Union, Th preamble
state this fart that th printer! ar
carrying on an eight hour jtrik tod
that the many publishing bou of
th MctbodUt F-pif-opal church, of
which Hurhtel is a high dignitary, re
fine to employ union men or recognli
th eight hour day, "thu clearly show
iug it ha a higher regard for th dol
lar than for th man."
Uq Store
for Women
4$ Gfe
beeIishive
Ladies'
Outfitters
FACTS BEYOND DENIAL
. FROM ONE SEASON'S END TO ANOTHER THIS STORE
SELLS ALL KINDS OF MERCHANDISE FOR LESS THAN YOU
BUY ELSEWHERE, HUNDREDS OF PATRONS WILL VOUCH
FOR THE TRUTH OF THIS STATEMENT. IT IS BUT FAIR
TO YOURSELF (AND TO US AS WELL) THAT YOU INVES
TIGATE OUR CLAIMS, THAT YOU MAKE A COMPARISON
OF OUR PRICES, THAT YOU SEE FOR YOURSELF THE
LARGEST AND BEST GATHERING OF NEW MERCHAN
DISE EVER BROUGHT TO ASTORIA. OUR INCREASING
BUSINESS TESTIFIES TO THE PEOPLE'S APPRECIATION
OF OUR EFFORTS. WE ARE. AFTER YOUR STEADY PA
TRONAGE AND TO SERVE YOU WELL WITH THE MOST
REASONABLE LOW PRICES.
The New Autumn Styles in
Silk Shirt Waists
Plaid Waists
Beautiful ihade, of green and red, blade and white, and navy
blue plaidi. Made in handsome style with stitched pleati
ranging in price from
$3.00 to $6.00
Wool Waist Styles for Fall
The waist section it now complete and the new correct ideai
in waiati for fall and winter, each atyle possessing distinct
individuality. The aiaortment includes garmenti in Wool,
Batiste, Alapaca and Albatross. The showing Is undoubted
ly the prettiest we have ever had and will warrant Inspec
tion, Prlcei from
$1.00 to $3.00
Silk Eaton Jackets
Just the thing for these cool evenings, they take the place of
sweaters, ranging In prices from $4.50 to $6.00 and $8.00.
Now is the time to buy, before the itock it broken.
Salem Statesman.
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