The morning Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1899-1930, June 15, 1902, Image 1

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PRICE COUNTS
QUALITY
Price without (iuiilily eotiiiN fur naught,
futility mIiouM govern your iledxioii
WHEN BUYING CLOTHING
Of eoiir.se wo quote tin.) lowest price, 'onnit
ent with lioncht work tnunttlti, ami have but
ONE -
Hut it's the? quality of our clothes that wo
j j my tin mot4 attention to. You arc wif
! when vnu trade willi
Jfttonanlmt
WATERMAN'S IDEAL
The ihohI tfrftt't, practical ami eon- -
. venient Fountain Ten ever made
Every Pen Gurantecd
Money nfiimlfil t( not natWarlory. J net Ibn tliitift tor
every ilnv iim. Nothing wore acceptable gift,
. GRIFFIN 6b REED .
UPTON TEA
and WHITE HOUSE COFFEE
FISHER BROS.
HOUl AOHNTM.
TAILOR
PANTS
LATEST STYLES
NOBBIEST PATTERNS
EVERY PAIR PERFECT
See Our Window Display for
Samples of Elegant goods at
LOW prices .
SWEATERS
Wo Have Them in Every Va
riety, Style, Kind and Color
At the Leading Obtuing Hooie' of
P. A. STOKES
DECIDES
PRICE
mmanimt
MADE
UNDERWOOD HAS
BEEN CAPTURED
Murderer of His Child Caught
by Sheriff Cudihee
Yesterday.
NOW IN SOUTH BEND JAIL
llllllll'lttM Wife 1111(1 Nll)
the Child Wa ITttetleallj
lad When Thrown
Into Ihu Water.
MONTH TtKND, Wh., June M.
Paul Underwood, who with bin wife
U charged with murdering tSielr three
weeks' oli babe ( Seattle two week
ago, h raptured (hi morning In the
wood wttlle he wan making hi way
to Cedar Itlver. He alimwt .walked
Into III arm if fherlff Cudlhe.e of
King County, and wm brought to South
Bend thin afternoon on the steamer
unit li nw In the tcel cage In (
county Jail,
ll look none the worn for hM
liltjht and life In the wood,
J If seem to take til rapture phllo
aophlrally, and say that he would
have given hlmnelf up before, hut he
Wat afraid h! would be Shot before
lie wmiI ilconvlni'i'hln purmiers of hi
hi. could convince hi puruer of Ms
llt claim that hi baby wa prac
tically dead when b threw It ln( the
water. It hud been lk and ruptured
!telf. inl when they were going to
luke thi' train for Aberdeen he gave
,t Komi chloroform to fa" It aln,
und luli-r haby bwm llmtwr and list
hi'Wit ii'iiKpd to lnt, ll tmpllcatvti
hli w ife and laiinn 1 w anxloux
to Ri-t rid of th child tMeaue of ilu
illnKii"' of ln urly birth.
HATi'HBKY KOH UtM'KBYES.
Slutf of Washington Will Btirt)IWi
One on Frrnwr lilver.
WIIATfOM. Wash., June M. Wanh.
Ingtoit Ftsh t'inmlloner T. H. K-r-
nhtiw, nnnouiH-ml today thai he had
conrludrd HtnmiP'mi'iH with the nrtt
l.ih t'otumblan govwiimmt wht-rrby
thhi mnli' would be permitted to ch
tnhllHh nnd nialrilltin at iu own ex
IH'nw ft nUM'kvytf wilmon tiattAery on
Kraner river. XliiBly per cent of the
I'uiM Kound Milmnn piu-k la of thla
variety, whlrh breed exclusively In
the Fram-r river, which fluwea entlrdy
Phroucli ('aiimlliin territory. The gret
number of mickey which have been
(HUtrhl In lute yearn made eh Sound
cftnneryineit feiirful that they would
extmuot the Kiipply unliws It was ar
llflclully propagated.
t'omniliwloner Kerchnw announnccd
that the hatcehry would be built and
In operation, next year wJth an annual
i apaclty of SO.tW.OOO flah.
SHIPPING COM M1TTEK FORMK1).
That Feilow Morgan Must Be Looked
After.
MiW YORK. June 14 In shipping
circle of the finmitlon of a
committee In :he honne of com
mon with the itije.-t of looking
after urgent whipping iue.tion In par
liament I regarded as a movement of
a distinctly xatisfaetory character, ays
a London dlput'h to the Tribune.
Sir Chaile Cnyijer, chairman of the
committee, and Col. Hopner, deputy
chairman, alt on the government aide
of the house, but Walter Runclman,
honorary aeeretary, la one of the most
promising of the younger men In the
Radical rank. The clear auggetton
la, thei-efcre, that politlcaJ difference
are to be a fnr a noaalble forgotten
In the effort to enllhtan pai -ilament
on t'he iub)t of British
Fhlpplng Industry. In taking- this top
the ahliKiwnera In the commons are by
no mean to be accused of adopting a
trlklngly original line of action. The
chuivh party and service member
have haj their own parliamentary com
mittees for a long time pat. It 1
significant, however, that all the mem
ber of thi new committee Uxk upon
the NiM'th Atlantic combination In the
light of real danger to England's ship
ping Indimti-y,
It I slated that promoters of the
Hi ltl.Mh combination In opixwltion to the
Morifm syndfiate will not lake any
further action until the arrival of Sir
Wilfred Lauiier ami Minister Tarte in
thi country.
CHOLICRA IN THE PHILIPPINES.
Heavy Fatality May Become Epidemic
Before Rainy Season.
WASHINGTON, June 14. An alarm
ing situation wittv regard to the epl
demlc of cholera In the FhillpplneB
Is sent out In a report by Ex-Surgeon-
General Forwood from Lieutenant Col,
Helnzman, at present in carge of the
medk-Hl depaitmet of the army In the
IhIjuhIm. The appegranc of the dlie
In , Manila In March h attrftiuled In
tfo'rne ili(irti-r to Vegetabl' coming
Into the Inland from the Infictud Chi
ne port, and In other Ui the drlnk
!f at ralg river watisr, foul with the
ww (rage of rlie city. I(elmftn y
the number of point t tacked by the
epidemic und the iv)tmefuent aAVetiofi
of ny trmi which are unlv!idlly
uftid for ilrlnk-liig and bathing, nnd to
which nil foul matter and garbage find
their way make probable a large num
ber of death befor., the rain which
ended two great epidemic In the Id.
arenr. The army, h nay,! I much
better protected than the native or
ctvll American In the ilund, because
of the care whbdi I exercl4 in sup
plying good food and water;
In Manila alone a 'total of 277 caw
ocuml up to May tf, the date of
l he r'trt with i.tt caw. ad Vft death
outclde the city, ;
mink owneih wnhpknt.
MOW VOItK, June M.-W confident
re the mine orator of winjtUng their
BtiugKlH with rhelr employe in the
nthrallc region that a nttement ha
been Imued at Wtlkebarre to the ef
fect that when on'ratlon atiall have
lanii r-umed fewer men wftl be em
ployed. Jt In planned to reduce the
iiumber of miner one-third and In
crease wage by one-tJilrd. In other
word, the oiierator lielleve their
for-e can be reilm-ed from an iu-
proxlmitte of H7,KW men to 10f),W.
The operator ay they will nut at.
tempt to reiiuine the mining of coal
at all colHerle and that rtrlclfott
will be plwwd on the ununary cloning
of the mine without notice by the men
remaining away from work ftr the
purpose of ceiebiatlng various holi
days, etc., nd they w ill be expected U
be on duty every day the mine is
open.
BCItXS AT PT. LOl'lHi KXP HITIOX.
ST. U)tI8, June H.-The committe
on the ground and buildings of the
I'.tiniH i'ottage Asswlation fcad a con
ference with Director' of work Isaac
R. Taylor, to determine the rite to be
occupied by the stmetue the a-
Hmkm propotie to erect on the grounds
of the Exposition. The committee oar
ried with them thoroughly .twtMirated
plan Mhowlitg the jiuriswe of the ao-
atlan to erect two buildings, one a
replica of Burn' callage at Ayrshire,
the other of Sliding cas4e. It I the
purpose of the association to exhibit
a reproduction of Burns' cottage In
the exact condition In which It wa
while the poet lived In It. obtaining
If poKslbl.'. the orlglxU furniture. Phe
replica of Stirling Caatle I to be used
for the exhibition of the reHcs, origin
al manuscripts, curios, etc.
ICNULiAM) FEKU& COAL, 8TKIKK.
ttaw YORK. June 14. In the Iron
murket here the proxre of the coal
miners' strike In the Vnlted States
Is tielng eartul'y n-.ted, i.vs a ln
don dispatch to the Tribune. British
Ironmasters anticipate chut If the
strike Is not speedily settled H will
not only stop the supply of coal, but
will as a consequence bring Iron and
steel work to a standstill. Such a con
tingency naturally Is not overlooked in
this country and Inquiries on Ameri
can account are momentarily expect
ed. If they come they will further
stimulate the Urltihs iron trade, which
is already picking up . as a result of
orders from South Africa.
tlAtlK SCIJS CALL FOR LIBEL.
LOS ANGEUCtS, Cal., June M.-Gov-ernor
Henry T. Gage today nied'com-
, plaints alleging orlm'lnal libel against
" John 1). Sprecklts und W. 3. Leake,
reiectively proprietor nnd managing
editor of Hie San Francisco Call, In
Wilmington tow nsblp court, i os An
geU county. Aeon ding to complaints,
Ihe alleged criminal libel -onlsU in
the publication in the Call of certain
articles, and pictures, beginning on
May 24, ami continuing to the present
date,
STICBL COMPANY ABSORBED.
MOW YORK, June 14. Daniel Lemy
Bresser. president of the Trust Com
pany of the Republic, announced today
that his company had completed nego
tiations for the purchase of the Beth
lehem Steel Company, by the newly
formed United States Ship Building
Company.
PROVIDING FOR ANNEXATION.
WASHINGTON, June 14. Senator
Blklns today 'Introduced a joint reso
lution In the senate providing for the
annexation of Cuba and Its admission
as a state of the Union.
DUCKET SHOPS WILL .CLOSE.
AUSTIN, Tex., June 13. As a result
of a decision rendered by the court of
criminal appeals, third district, affirm
ing the judgment of the lower court
in the case of Harvey Fullerton, of
Oreenville, convicted of operating a
bucket-shop In the etate will have to
close, It Is aatid.
REPORTS FROM
WASHINGTON
Admiral Deey Will Command
Fleet in Next Winter's
Maneuvers.
TO BE REAR-ADMIRAL CLARK
Citiml Kill Cuban Koclprwlty
War in tli l'litlippiueg
Kriiptioii of Mont
I't lee, Kte.
WASHINGTON, June M. Admiral
Dewey 4 to go to sea again (lying hi
Hag with four star in command of the
greatest fleet In number tlie United
State hum gotten together since the
day of the civil war, and far more
powerful In offense and defense even
than any of those war fleet. Secre
tary Moody has convelved the Idea,
and after consulting the pleasure of
Admiral Dewey, It has been arranged
that he ahall be placed in suprem
command of the fleet (comprising the
North Atlantic .European and South
Atlantic squadrons) whieh Is to as
semble near Cufebra Island In West
Indies next December for winter
maneuver. Seertrta'ry Moody himself
desire to witness these maneuvers
and it 4 even possible that the pres
ident may nnd time to go. Admiral
Dewey goes gladly to his work.
TO BE ADMIRAL CLARK.
WASHINGTON, June M.-Senator
Proctor today introduced a blH author
izing the president to appoint Captain
Charles F. Clark, late of the battleship
Oregon, (o be rear-admiral.
IN THE HOUSE.
WASHINGTON, June 11. The fea
ture of the session in the house to
day was an attempt of Hay, of Vir
ginia, to secure the adoption of a
resolution calling upon the recretary
of war for Information 'ar 16' 0e cdst
from all sources of the war In the
Philippine!). The resolution was laid
on the table by a party irote of 91
to 6. The latter part of the session
was devoted to private pension legis
lation, 1H9 bills being passed.
IN THE SENATE.
WASHINGTON, June 14. Nl :aragua
canal bill was before the senate for a
short time todayA Morgan, of Alaba
ma, continuing his speech In support
of the measure and In criticism, tf the
Panama project. District of Columbia
appropriation bills were itassed and a
large numler of private pension bills
disposed of.
CUBAN RECIPROCITY.
WASHINGTON, June 14. The pres
ent plans of senatorial supporters of
Cuban reciprocity are to press the
question to an Sssue next week. This
was the result of conferences held io-
day and yesterday. Republican mem.
bers of the committee on Cuban re.
lations will meet either Monday or
Tuesday and finally agree upon the
exact terms of the bill to be reported
as a substitute for the house bill.
Reciprocity advocates still profess
the utmost confidence in their abil
ity to pass through the senate any bill
that may be recommended by the com
mittee and caucus. They oount large
ly upon the unwillingness of the Re
publican members to align them
selves with the opposition strict
ly against a bill that has
been made party measure by the
president's message, and there are in
dications that at least in some In
stances this prognostication will prove
sound.
TERRITORIAL DELE 1ATE3.
WASHINGTON. June 14. Senator
Bcveridge today reported from the
committee on territories the bill giv
ing Alaska a delegate In congress. He
alo Introduced a bill providing for
a delegate from Indian Territory.
PELEE KEEPS IT UP.
ROSEUA. laland of Dominican, Juue
14. French revenue cutter Lagulle
came here today. She reports that
while passing St. Pierre, MartlnuitiJ,
this morning an eruption occurred,
and that a quantity of volcanic n.atter
settled on vessel's deck although she
was ten miles distant.
FIRST CHINESE GRADUATE.
SAN FRANCISCO, June 14. Dr.
Yung Wing, a Chinese eaholar and
man of letters, who has played a some
what oonsplcious part in the affairs of
bis couhtry during the past few decades
was among the passengers on the
steamer G;llc, which reached this
port yesterday from the Orinent. Dr.
Yung Who is a man of advanced years,
waa the first of Ms countrymen to re-
c-eive a degree from an American In
stitution of learning, being a graduate
of Yale College In the class of 1S54.
Since that time be hum won quite a
little promlnee, flrt through his ef
fort to educate the youth of hi coun
try, later a a member of the Chinese
diplomatic corps at Washington, and
more recently a rhe vk-titn of an in
trigue among titled Chinese that creat
ed a several month weiwsatJon both
in thi country ad In the Orient, Dr.
Yung Wing I now returning to hi
home In Hartford for the first time
ilnre hi unfortunate experience in
Pekln, He a unwilling to talk about
hi adventure or about Chinese affair.'
BOOTBLACKS' UNION FORMED.
NEW YORK, June 14. Absolutely
the newest firing In organized labor
it " Greater New York Shoe Polishers'
Utrlon No. 1," which has Just been
formed wlrh a membership of 8M).
The new unionists gave their pledge
to post conspicuously card announc
ing fee of five cent for a "shine"
and 10 cents for a " polls." Resolu
tions were passed calling on the city
council to have all stands closed at
2 p. m. on Sunday and recommending
the establishment of a training school
for rising young bootblacks.
CORONATION. SEAT SALES.
LONDON, June1 11. Specula tors In
street ceronation scats who at first
were charging exorbitant prieja, are
now lowering hem by lapa and
bounds. A general slump is setting in.
Best west-end seats are now at a mln
imun of two guineas Instead of three.
Two windows at Temple Bar were sold
this evening for 73 guineas. Two hun
dred guineas was the ariee originally
asked. St. Marguerites church, West-
minster, will get 54,000 guineas for Its
ground.
WORKMEN PARADE IX PORTLAND
PORTLAND, June H.-The parade
of the Ancient Order of United Work
men tonight was participated in by
4500 members. The drill at the expo
sition building was won by Protection
lodge, No, 2, Salens. Oregon. Portland
lodge, No. 27. of Portland, won sec
ond prize.
A NOBLE GIFT.
CLEVELAND, June 14.-A. A. Pope,
of this city, has given Western Re
serve University tlOO.000. The money
will be used to pay for extensive Im
provements that have judt been made
In the college buildings.
ACCIDENT ON THE MBADE.
SAN FRANCISCO. June 14.-The
main stop valve of the main steam
pipe on the United States transport
Meade blew. out ttols afternoon, and
as a result Ave -men lie badly scalded
in t'he harbor receiving hospital.
BASE HALL
NORTHWEST LEAGUE.
At Helena Seattle, 6; Helena. 4.
At Butte Butte, 9; Portland, 2.
At Tacoma Tacoma, 9; Spokane, 3.
AMERICAN LEAGUE.
At Detroit Baltimore, 9; Detroit, 3.
At St. Louis Washington, 5; St.
Louis, 4.
At Chicago Boston, 2; Chicago, 1.
At Cleveland-Cleveland, 6; Philadel
phia, S.
NATIONAL LEAGUE.
At BrooklynBrooklyn, 4; St. Louis, 3
At New York CinclnnatS, 4; New
York, 1.
At Philadelphia Philadelphia, 6; Chi
cago, 1.
At Boston Boston. S: Pittsburg, 0.
The Eclipse
Plumbers and Steamfilters.
Steam Boat and Gasoline
Boat Work a Specialty. . .
Stoves and Tinware
S27 BONO STREET
GREAT DAY
FOR RACES
Gold Heels Wins Suburban Han
dicap by Half a
Length.
FIFTY THOUSAND SPEC1 AT0RS
Eight Million Dollar lit Said to
Have Changed f Iandt
OtiM Win St. Loul
. iH-rby.
NEW YORK, June 14,-Gold Heeds,
worthy son of Great Sire, bore to the
front nnd gallantly held there to the
end, and won the surburban handi
cap toliy over the Coney Island Jock
ey Club course, stripping two-fifths of
a second fr:m the mark set by the
speediest of his predecessor. The time
was 2:os',4. It was a day of records.
Never on any American course to ev
ery part of whlch an admission fee t
charged, baa such a tremendous cm
course of rtomanity witnessed a strug
gle bew93n thoroughbred racers. Ful
ly ,W,W people watched the surburban.
Gold Hels beat Pentecost Sport half a
length. .
Never has there been euch belting
race, say the book makers. At least
jS.000.00O was handled In the ring on
the surburban alone. There had
als been a tremendous amount of bet
ting in fut ire books on thin event.
The final price against Gold Heels was
3 to 1 to win and even money for
place. ." "
OTIS WINS ST. LOUIS DERBY.
ST. LOUIS, June M. Thirty thou
sand peole ia.il Barney fichreloer'g
sturdy colt Otis, eon of Sain and Laura,
Agnes, today gallop across tihe line
winner of th egreat St. Louts derby,
worth $13,000 to the victor. George C.
Lamplighter's colt. Little Scout, was
second. ' . t .:. -
PRESIDENT WILL VW1T WEST.
WASHINGTON, Juae 14.-The Pres
dent will start on a somewhat extend
ed trip through the Weet and North
west during the latter part of Septem
ber. He has accepted invitations to
go to Detroit, Minneapolis and other
cities, returning by way of Spring
field, III., where tie will attend the
state fair on October 2. Some time In
October the president will make a ,
trip through the 6outhwet, Ma ob
jective point being the talr In San An--
tonlo and a bear hunt In the swamps t
of Mississippi,
RESULTED IN ERYSIPELAS.
CHICAGO, June 14. Erysipelas con
tracted by handling money In which
the disease germ was lurking has
nearly caused Che death of P. Noonan,
treasurer of the Illinois theater. Dr.
Theodore C. Koessel say that the
young man's affliction was caused by
a bacrillus erysipelas which made its
way from a piece of money to Noon
ana finger and later found lodgment in
the victim's nostrils, where a slight
abrasion gave It a field for operations.
The young man lay at the point of
death for several hours, but has pass
ed the crisis and will probably re
cover, i - '
FIRE AT CUDAUY'S.
OMAHA. June 14 Fire early this
morning destroyed tUie pepsin depart
ment of the Cudahy parting plant.
Other portions of the extensive ostab-
llshment are threatened.
Hardware Co.
ASTORIA, OREGON
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