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ASTORIA PUBLIC JLI3RAST ASSOCIA
ASTORIA, OREGON, '' THURSDAY, APRIL 17, 1902.
Do you know that thcro in a va.it difiWence
in tho mako up, lining, sewing and general
fin ltd i of clothing.
Tboro is the "made to sell" kind, jrolty
patterns, gaud linings, but there's no sutinfuo
tion in the wear, it is made in a hurry by
underpaid labor; just "made to idl."
Then there's tho "made to wear" kind, pro
perly shrunk, plain but strong linings, the
"vitals," or inside paddings, propi-rly adjusted'
sewed with silk, made by xkilled labor and sold
Tho "made to wear" kind costs n little more
than tin "made to sell" k ind, but, dur me, it
is ever no much better. .
We soil the made to wear kind.
IN THIS rod
TUB FIFTH BTRJNO
Ttia 8I0N OF TUB PROPHET
' :,S13 They an U leader. U .
. GRIFFIN & REED .
The lUwt Hrund of Cofll'ii
Of course I sell Hats. My Stock is absolutely ntNr
aiid complete. The very latest shapes and shades
are now at youc service. They are not sold at cost,
but you cannot duplicate them in Astoria or Port
land for the same money. . . . ,
It costs you no more to dress in style if
you buy of tho leading clothier ,
P. A. STOKES.
Richard Hardin Dnvla
Mary Hartwau Catherwood
Mocha and Java
For Sale only by
A Full and Complete Ticket
Is Placed in tbc
AND ALL WAS HARMONIUS
Moat of the Nomination Were
Made Hjr Acclamation.
TUer Wan Hut Little
According to call, a convention to
nominate a "non-partisan citlien tick
t" wiw held In tht council chamber
yeatenlny afternoon and subsequently
adjourned t meet at Ui court bouse
at T.Jt Mat evening?.
The assemblage numbering K. by
aotuil count ,o aa Aatorlan represen
tative, w sailed to order by C. C. Ut
alnger at I S end a chairman waa
chosen la the person of ex-Mayor
Bocitwee, with P. B. Sovey aa secre
The chairman appelated a eommittee
of three each, on order of business
an platform. The former committee
aoon reported ad recommended that
the temporary organisation be made
permanent, which upon a motion waa
followed by an nntwiunccment to nom
inate a full county ticket Tbe re
port waa unanimously adopted, and
nomination being In order first for
coroner, Meaana Olsea, Fraaklin and
the present tneumtoent W. C. A. Pom,
also nominee of the Kepublicana, were
balloted for, with the' result: Port, ;
Oleen I. and Franklin, 11. Mr. Pohl
waa thereupon declared the unanimous
choice for the position of eoroner.
At thla age of tbe proceeding a
motion waa made to adjourn until 7:M
to aaeet at tlae aourt house. Pending
a vote, a deleft from the country
objected to an adjournment on the
ground that it would jrove an ex
penee te country delegate. P. B. So
vey, the acsreUry, advocated the ad
journment on the ground that a par'
ty orgartlatkn reqnired.fVat 100 or
over ehmild be jerllrlpHat, thua avoid
Inyr nomlnaiona by petition. After
conalderable debate an adjournment
waa enoted acoordln to mortem. An
offer te give the eouatry delegate a
banquet wva received with Mlartoua
apptauM aad promptly aecepted by
the gmtlemoa tn question.
The oomaittee an platform aubaaltted
a report which wn adopted. The re
port embodied aoa-parttoan pollttca In
county, itate and Municipal affatra;
the protxtioa of the Ishlnf industry
by tio t'omoval ed ti-aps and
wheel from the Columbia; the keep
ing and maintaining of good ronda;
an unquatlfled approval f the Chinese
exclusion act; opposition to ring rule;
just aadequal assessment and tax
atiea; mat the Interests of the tax
payers and 3ea Sshermen and their
famHios, are of more Importance titan
the poMtloal fortunea of any Individ
ual; the adoption of the initiative and
referendum; public ownership of pub
lic utilities aad an tight hour law for
A oouflty central committee was
appointed as follow: H, Ik Hender-
son. W. J, Cook, m C. Hughes, B. F.
AHea, P. B. fiovey, H. VV. Dean, J.
A'. Heokard, lb If. Wooden, W. H.
Smith and A. B. Coe,
The adjourned aesHlon waa called to
order bjfl Chairanaa Bergman. Mr.
Potil waa nominated again by acclama
tion for, ooroner In order to do away
with any poettibUlty of having to do
away with any poslbillty of having to
do so by petition. M. D. Raymond waa
nominated tor surveyor by acclama
tion's waa also P. H. Trulllnger for
assessor. XI, F. Allen was tbe unani
mous eholoe for treasurer.
B. 3. Sloop waa declared the unan
imous ohoice for county olerk. For
sheriff, i. H. Hansen had no opposi
tion and was nominated by acclama
tion. B. F. Coffey, E. B. Llbke and
J. Sturt were ptaoed in nomination for
oouttty comlmloner wkh' a result of
IS, It. 'Llbke being the choice of the
rrvntlon by a large majority. For
the offloe of county iwlg, John Harm
and (. C, Uting-r. The hitter, how
ever de llned to rjn and A, M. Rmllh
was thereupon Dominated, and promjt
ly df!lnd the honor. Jo!m Jlahn waa
lhtn declared the uhanlmwus nomlnw.
For one of Ittv representative H. M.
LcrcntHfn a nominated by acclama
tion. The nomination of several pa
triots for the other rpn aentativo
were made In regular order, all
of whim declined the hon-ir untB final?
ly John Hahn, the nomine for county
judge a, OH and said, "Mr., Chairman
and gentlemen of the ooovention; as
all seem to decline the"Bunon of run
ning for representative, I take upon
myself the pleasure of accepting tbe
nomination. This title epeech waa re
ceived with enthuslaetlo applause and
speedily eon firmed.
A. II. Hmlth waa thereupon declared
the nominee for county Judge.
For the office of elate senator, Dr.
H. h. Henderson was eeletred by a
unanimous vote. The gentleman ao
ei'pted the honor saying he expected
to be elected. '-'- ;
F,r road supervisor of Astoria pre
cinct the names of D. P. Blount and
John Chilwood were placed In nomina
tion .resulting In Chltwood capturing?
the persimmon, ' by virtu of having
(Continued on Page Four.)
RIGHT Of lilt -CI! IRC 1 1
CLASH liCTWEEN MILITARY
QitCNtion of Collet'titifr ToIIm or
For Interments In Cristo
bal Colon CeiiM'tcry. .
HAVANA. April 11-The question
which has arisen bet wee i the military
government and the archbishop of Ha
vana with regard to the right of the
church to collect certain burial fee for
Imtermenta Jn iCjliUaJ,olon eeme-"
tery has resulted In the arreat of the
chaplain of the cemetery for refusing
to receive a body for interment without
a certificate from the parish priest.
The x-haplnin waa fined $11.
A few day ago acting secretary ot
state wrote a letter to the archbishop,
which was published the Gasette as
an official order, saying that by au
thority of the military government he
requested the archbishop to Inform
the parish priests that they had no
rlsht to colleot burial fee; that certi
ficates authorldng burial could be leg
ally lsu?d only by a Judge or the civil
government and theft burial- In the
cemetery could not ' be refused when
such a certlflacte, together with a cer
tificate of the ownership of a lot In
the cemetery was presented.
The archblsohp protested against
this letter to deneral Wood, en the
ground that the cemetery was a pri
vate corporation, owned absolutely by
the church. He said the government
had no right to Interfere In the mat
ter, that certificate from the narish
priests were needed to comply with
the Internal regulations, that for 88 per
cent of the burials In Christobal Colon
cemetery the church received nothing
and that the other cemeteries In Ha
vana had almllar regulations.
The archbishop has filed another pro
test In this matter with General Wood,
In which he claims protection for the
rights of the ohuroh under the treaty
of Paris. He has also aent a protest
to Washington through the apostollo
And bid boots are made
almost as good as new in
. my shop at small expense.
I can also sell you
and new boots of the' best
quality, warranted as rep-
resented, at lower prices
than you can buy for
S. A. GImre.
Opposite Roii,Hlglai & Ce
Tbe Chinese Exclusion Bill
Fails to Pass the
THE PL ATT SUBSTITUTE
Tbe Cuban Reciprocity Bill Won
8ubtantial Victory in
the Hohw. Kcpnbll
can Vote. , ' v ;
WASHINGTON, April 11 The ras
tie Chinese exclusion bill orlginaily
framed by aenatora and representa
tives from the Paciflo Coast atates met
defeat in the senate today, and in Its
place was substitute a measure of
fered by Piatt, of .. Connecticut, ex
tending provisions of the present ex
clusotn law and also applying that ex
clusion- to all other insular territory
under the jurisdiction of the United
State. ' ; v.;-.;., t .::f .
The vote by which substitute, took
the place of original waa yean 4S te
nay tS. Once the substitution had
been bade, all senators Joined In its
support with the alngle exception of
Hoar, the substitute being- passed 7(
to J. Friend of the substitute stow
ed' their strength throughout the vot
ing on amendments that' preceded the
final action and succeeded in prevent
ing any material change In its fea-
tore. Borne minor ' conditons were
made, admitted Chinese persona con
nected with national exposition and
tlon of Chineae In our insular posses
sions. Otherwise, however, the sub
stitute was adopted substantially in
the form that Plat presented It.
The senate failed to substitute an
enacting clause of the house bill for
the senate measure so that the bill
now will go to the house as an ori
ginal measure and from a parliamen
tary standpoint .will have to be act
ed en and treated the aame aa though
the house had not passed the Chinese
exclusion bill already.
The detailed vote on the Piatt sub
stitute Is aa follows:
Yeas Allison. Beverldge. Blacltbnrn
Burn ham. Burrows, Burton. Clapp.
Clark, ef Wyoming; Cockrell. CuHom,
DeBoe. Dietrich. Dillingham1. Dotllver,
rakln. Feraker. Frye.Galllnger Ram
ble, Gibson, Hale. Hanna, Hansbor-
ough. Hawley, Hoar, Kean, K earns!
Kitt ridge UoComas, McCumber, Mc
Lnurln, of South Carolina; McMillan.
Millard, Morgan, Nelson, Pettus, Piatt,
of Connecticut; Piatt, of. New fork;
Prltchard. Proctor, Quarle. Quay,
Seott, Spooner, Stewart. Warren, Wel
lington Wetmore 48.
Naya Bacon Bailey, Bard. Bate, Ber
ry. Carmack, Clark, of Montana; Clay,
Culberson, Jones, of Arkansas;. Jones,
of Nevada; Lodge, McLaurin, of Mis
sissippi; Mallory, Martin, Mitchell,
Money, Patterson, Penrose. Perkins,
Rawlins, Simmons, Simon, Taliaferro,
Tillman, Turner, Vest 35.
WASHINGTON. April II. Friends
of Cuban reciprocity bill won a sub-
etantlat victory In the house today by
carrying a motion to clese general de-
hate lay at I o'clock. The vote
was It to lit. Thirty-three Kepubll
cans voted against the motion, but
this defection was offset by 3 Demo
crats who voted with , the majority
of Republicans for It The strength
of 'the Republican opposition to the
bill Judging by this vote, has decreas
ed six since the vote waa taken on the
motion to go into eommltteo c! the
whole to consider the bill,, when the
vote stood 1S7 to 80. Cushman and
Jones, of Washington, voted against
the motion. '
COLujHGH president. -NEW
YORK Uprll l.-Preparatons
are nearly completed for the Installa
tion of Dr. Nicholas Murray Butler,
president of Columbia University.
In the gymnasium, bomoiw night a
ball will open the ceremonies. Friday
will be studenta day, with an athlotlc,
oclal and muftlcU program, and on
Saturday the final instalatlon exerlde
will be held. - Prsldeat Uoosevelt will
be the gut of honor at the lumh-
eon and dinner to be given by the
alumni on Saturday ae well as at the
,aft'.-rnm ex'-rci lit tbe gymnasium.
Many visitor are alo expected from
75 American universities
COCKRA.V KEFOBB POPIS.
NEW YORK. April lB.urke
Cochran ,of New York, Wi h is ;st
ljeen received In audience by.the Pope,
says he found the Pontiff amazingly
stronger than at hia last audience.
Ave yeara ago, cables the Rome cor
respondent of the Tribune. The Pope
showed a wonderful memory, recol
lecting all the circumstance about
his visitor and New York affairs,
speaking with a firm voice. ,
From other source H la learned that
the Pope expressed satisfaction over
the new bond of union between Am
erica and the Holy See from the mis
sion of Governor Taft and the settle
ment of the Philippine. Question... :
INSURGENT CHIEF GIVES
Province of Samar is Practically
Free From All Opposition
MANILA, April 1. Gns) Malvar
baa unconditonally turrendered to
Brigadier General Bell at I J pa, Baitan
gaa Province, with entire insurgent
force of province of laguna and Ba
tangaa General Ball saya bis (Bell's)
influence 1 sufficient to uuetl the in-
snrtetrfkwaarjr movwsea" it - abae
and Cavlte 'Province and capture all
those in the field who have not yet
surrendered, but Malvar ha ordered a
complete surrender of every insurgent
to the nearest American force. Gener
al Wheaton, reporting to division head
quarters, says that all resistance in
his department has ended and that
surrenders just innounoed mean that
ports Will be opened and that the Fili
pinos in 'detention camps will be al
lowed to return to their homes in time
(to plant eorpa ' 4 ,-, ..
Wheaton la especially pleased with
General Bell's care of the natives con
fined In camps. ,
General Wheaton .gives General Bell
great credit for his indefatlgabilltv.in
conducting the campaign. He was in
the field on horseback, day and night,
personally . superintending the most
People of Manila are delighted , at
the prospect of resumption of trade
with Pacific provinces.
About S304 rifles have been received
by American officers In Batangaa and
Laguna provinces during the pas four
months. General Malvar ' personally
requested an Interview-with General
Bet! In order to, make tils complete
submission. . '
It is believed that the American com
mander received yesterday the surren
der of all' Insurgents In Samar, unless
planned proceedings were altered. ,
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Democrats Put Him Up For
Mayor of Portland and
Expect to Win.
TICKET NOT COMPLETED
A Combination Forined Wits Ike
Simon Wins; of the Hcpub
tican to Carry City ,
PORTLAND, April It The Demo
cratic city and county raucus tonight
nominated State Senator R. D. Inmna
for mayor. Several piaca on th
counly and city ticket were ieft wet
and tt is understood that t'ey will
be filled In with member of the Si
mon faction of the Repu oilman irty.
No nominations for' the !-glslatur
were made and the committee vH
confer with Simon Republicans, for tho
purpose of 'naming a ticket composed
of Democrats and Simol RepubH-
The proceedings of the caucus were'"
lively from the start and there la much -
enthusiasm being nutsiffSted cv r tbe
nommations. Senator Inman, the nom
inee for mayor. Is a very popular man
and' the Democrats eonftJently expert
that he will, pull the entire ticket
through. They claim ' that Inman
strength and the support ot the Strnoa
Republicans will win out en elTtiea
day. - . ' '. - :
"JOHN, DOB PROCKEDIXGA." .
;'.XCTLJOiK, ArU ltl Dlstriet A
torney Jerome has begun a secret In
quiry into the death of James af
Auliffe, who died after having spent a
night In the police station eell and
wbo.lt haa been asserted in some quar
ters wa killed because of bis being a
witness against Wardman Glennon.
This inquiry la known as the "John
Doe Preceding."' Half a dozea wtt
neses were examined and at close the
District Attorney announced that ho
bad not obtained any evidence that
wouBd Justify helssuance of a 'war'
rant. " The Inquiry will "be continue!
FOR SHORTER WBE-T.SCIIDDLTfl.
WATEJRTON. N. Y.," April H.-P. X.
Ackerman of this city, national secre
tary of the fcnlted Brotherhood ef Pa
per Makers has announced that a
Joint convention of the papermakera
and the international machine leaden
union will be held at Niagara Falls
commencing May t At this ooaven
tion steps will be taken toward th
shorter week schedule , recently de
manded by s the union of the puper
manufacturers. , '
, SUICIDE OF AUTHOR.
VIENNA, April II Antonio i Bea
berg, a well known author and drama
tiat, com mil ed suicide here by shoot
ing herself with a revolver. , She was
disappointed at the failure ot three of
her plays which were produced at
the Deutsche Volk; Theater last Sat
urday. '" , . . " 1