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ASTORIA. OREdON THURSDAY. JULY 24, lfK)2.
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Clothes to be seen in
WHEREVER you go this Bummer:
for pleasure or for business : Lon
don coronation, Paris boulevards, St.
Jo, Mich., State Street Chicago or
Broadway New York : you'll be satis
fled with your appearance if you are
in Hart Schafiher & Marx clothes.
Nobody will wear better looking
clothes, nor get the same good-looks
without paying a lot more money tor
'em. In fit, style, excellence of tailor
ing, Hart Schaffner & Marx clothes
are superior ; not a slovenly stitch in
For ovory occasion ; full dress, afternoon
, dress, bumnosa, outings; a multitudo of
choico fabrics, well made, ready-to-wear.
Tho best clothiors sell thorn : you know
you're safe if you soo the labol, II S & M,in
tho coat ; a small thing to look for, a big
thing to find. .
Hart, Schaffner & Marx,
Good Clothos Makers. .
at P. A.
TP AT Y
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that you are not hold up and niado
to imy more- than your neighbor. The
wuo tiling to do in to trudo with a
AT CAMP CREEK
Friends See Him and Spend Night
In Camp Secures Food
Has Wound Dressed.
DESIRES TO SEE HIS MOTHER
Convict Claim lie Must Inter
view Merrill's Brother Is
WHI Supplied With
SEATTLE. July 23.-A Special to
Post-Intelligencer from Roolyn states
that a man report! to be Harry Tra
cy pni Sunday anil Monday at Camp
Creek, 20 mll?s from Rortyn In Kittitas
oui)ty. It 1 ststed th.U Tracy went
over the mountain on a freight train
Th tory of Tracy' arrival at Camp
Creek was taken to iWlyn by a min
er nunwd Eisner. It I corroborated by
another miner. Tracy, Winner state,
wa met by friend and they went
Cl'atum Lake, where they camped for
th nltfht. Thence they wnt to (tap
rreek and th-sre Tri:y wan given food
nnd hi wound wa dresned. Eisner
iny hi wound l rather deep. Tracy.
.owrver, wvnt fluhlng Monday and
caught IS, trout.-
Rheilff ttrown. of Klttlta. and Mar
tha! of Itoalyn, refu to believe Uiu
utory. Blner dclard th murderer
claimed hl wlfa waat Talmw Junc
tion but that he waa on hla way Bart
to hf mother. After he had aeen
her. he ftstd, he would be ready to
give hlmlf up.
BEUEVE IT WAS TRACY.
; Demand uiier and Deparu Without
Furnlihinit Any mrormauon.
TACOMA. July JJ-A apeclal from
Promer, Waah., ftiya that two farm
er from the BlckJeton country report
that a man heavily armed and answer
ing the description of Tracy held up
a hmiiie at McDonald' rancn on Pln
Creek and demanded aupper. Thl
freely (riven, and the man depart
ed without giving; any Information aa
to who he -waa.
TUAi 13 NOT WOITNDED.
TACOMA. July U. Tracy, the out
law, appt'.'ed at MUler'a loirlnff
cm. f'iur mite fTm Kanaftkat. yes
terday, and ate dinner. When asked
why he lid not take advantage of the
lull and ecape from Oreen Hlver val
ley, Tracy ald;
" I have anme bualnca to nettle. wfth
Merrill' brother. ' I underatand that
the brother want to me."
Trary In nt wounded and looks
fre-ih and rested, He la wearing a
derby hat: he had a 'ahtuoh hat In his
nwket. Ha ftlll haa his Winchester
and two revolver and hua a good sup
ply of ammunition. .
Thl rejwrt cornea from a reliable
ttmrce to Sheriff Hartman rrom a
hrakeman who for.nerly worked on the
Northern Pacific, and wa tn Mmpr'
camp and knewTraoy years ago a
n Taronia brakemnan.
SUPPOSED TO BE NEAR SXliRM.
8ALEM, July 23. A special from
Woodburn tonight aaya that Frank
Plckena met a man answering the
description of Tracy near the town
this evening. He was riding a bicycle
and waa heavily armed. Three armed
men were aeen at Hubbard a half hour
earlier. . ; ,
i The pntson authorttloa here were no
tified, and extra, guard waa put on the
JEFFRIES AND FITZSIMMONS.
Jeffries the Favorite, but Considerable
Fltxslmmons Money tn Sight.
SAN FRANCISCO, July Sl-nConcen-sus
of opinion seem to be that Fiti-
slinmon' age and the difference in
weight are against the chances of the
Cornlshman and that Jeffries la the
The sale of seat, the club manag
er state, haa almost reached the 20,
000 mark. The betting odd find Jef
frie still the favorite at 3 to 1, and
104 to 4, with considerable Fltxslm
mons' money In sight.
Sporting men from all over the
country are arriving hourly.
BOATS COLLIDE DURING FOG.
, SAN FRANCISCO. - July 23-The
steamer Santa , Monica arrived from
Eureka thl afternoon and report'
having been In k collision 'with the
utamer Iroquois, outward bound from
thl port for Eureka, during a eavy
fog thl afternoon. The bow of the
Irwiuol waa badly damaged, but pro
ceeded on her Journey. The rigging
of tha Santa Monica wa partially
DA KINO HOLD-UP ON
THE MEXICAN CENTRAL.
Thieve gecur Over 50,000-No Clew
a to Who Men Were.
EL PASO, Tex.(. July 23. A daring
hold-up UKk place on the Mexican
tJerttral about 12:30 o'clock yesterday
morning.,. At Bernijillo, three Ameri
cana ttoirded the train, two secreting
themssWea on the find baggage and
the other entering" tfl thlrd-cla coach.
A aoon aa the train pulled out, the
Uo tiding on the blind baggage en
terad tha express cart and covering
the messenger with tnctr guna order
ed him to throw up hi hand. Tha
meanengar offered no reilstance. The
robber then -went lelrtirely through the
safe, securing $50,000 In currency, con
Blaiicd to Danco Mtnero, at Chihuahu.
Tiey alo toJk all other money pack
age that were. in the cr and drop
ped off the train aa It waa slowing
ITALIANS CAUSE RIOT.
Collector Calls for Bill and la Clubbed
Police force Haa Severe
NEW YORK, July 23.-Many head
were broken by the police tn dispers
ing the crowd of 2000 men and boys
In Havemeyer atreet, Wllllanniburg.
8tnea were thrown and ols were
flred and Felix Effner, the . Innocent
caune of the whole dbtturban.-e, waa
taken to a hospital 'with a fractured
skull. A few- days ago-an Italian waa
totally Injured In a fight and a meet
ing waa held at his home at which it
was decided by thou present that he
had been clubbed to .death by the
pOMce. ; ,.; .. I
Felix -dinner, a collector, happened
along, stout that "d called
next door. Tho payment of hla &iit waa
icfueed and he r-a thrown Into the
atreet. The police were called and In
a few minutes a general fight waa In
prog?. The polite reserve were
rent for. Hy the time they arrived,
a crowd of 2)0O men, women ana chil
dren fllltd the street and the police
charged thtm. Many shoti were flred.
but the bullet atruck no one, although
many atom a and club did execution
on unprotected hesd.
DEAD BODIES FOUND ON BEACH,
Mr. Carpenter, of Butte; Mis Den
lap, a Nurse, and Stanley
Healy, of Vancouver.
NOME, Alaka, July 12. via SeaMIe,
July S3. The revenue cuttec Bear,
Captain Tutte. reached here this morn
liiB from the wet. her flrat appear
ance this )ring.
Th? dead bodies of a man and two
women were found on the beach 23
miles west of here, Thursday morning.
Thev were bodies of Mrs. A. L. Car
penter, of Butte; Miss Jenlap, a nurse,
nnd Stanley Healy, of Vancouver.
Wash. The party left here last Sun
day to go to Sinrock. Wednesday
night there was a storm and they
must have been swamped In a heavy
irt while trying to make the land
ing. CONGRESS APPROPRIATIONS.
For Account Resulting From Presi
dent McKlnley's Illne Will
Be Paid at Once.
WASHINGTON, July SS.-Secretary
Shaw and Secretary Cortelyou had a
final conference today regarding the
payment of the account resulting
from the Illness, death and Interment
of President McKlnley. The treasury
department haa aent a notice to every
person who 1 to receive any of the
appropriations made toy oongresa for
the purpose, to forward he claim and
voucher when money win toe transmit
ted shortly thereafter. .
CONFIDENT OF ROOSEVELT
NEW YORK, July 23. Representa
tive W. P. Hepburn of Iowa, who 'ha
been a visitor at President Roosevelt's
home In Oyater Bay, said.
'I have been away, front home so
much that I am not fully In touch
with Republican plana, but I am con
fident that our next state convention
will heartily endorse President Roose
"I know nothing of any plan to pre
sent Congressman Llttlefleld's name
to succeed Speaker Henderson In the
next house. I am confident that Gen
eral Henderson will be chosen again
for the speakership."
CHINA STEAMER CAPSIZES.
HONG KONO, July 2S. A natlv
steamer has capsixed In West RlVer,
and 300 persons were drowned.
FAITH FAILS TO
Three Children Die of Disease
Who Are Denied Medicine
by Their Parents.
FOLLOWERS OF FAITH CURE
Coroner' Jury Hold Parent
RexpouKible for Peath-Xot
Permitted to Adminis
SPOKANE. July 23.-By the verdict
of coroner" Jury, Mf. anij Mr. E.
O. Graham, of thl :lty, caused the
death of their three children by crim
inal negligence The Inqueat resulted
In a verdict " that death wa caused
by diphtheria and that the parents,
E. G. Gtaham, and hla wife, Rone
Graham, are guilty of criminal negli
gence for failing to employ or ac
cept skilled medical aitinee."
The jury alwj recommended that a
tae law be pawwd covering uch of
frr,ta and fixing a penalty. Mr. and
Mrs. C re him are members of the So
ertety known aa the " Church of God,"
and do not believe In medicine, though
aurgery ia permitted. When the chil
dren became sick they were anointed
by an elder of the church. Later a
doctor waa called and waa allowed to
ance the ohihren's throats, but not
to give them anrl-toxine. Three died.
. Whether the parent will be prose
cuted haa not been determined.
SALT TRUST CUTS PRICES.
Big Reduction Will Be Announced by
the Federal Salt Company. "
PORTLAND, July 23. A salt wr la
pronrfged In this city, according to the
announcement made today by the Fed
eral Salt Company, known aa the
Salt Trust," which controls the alt
product of the Pacific coast. About.
three week ago the Federal Salt
Company made a reduction of $3 per
ton, In price of sale, and today the
announcement was made that a fur
ther reduction of 16 per ton would be
made tomorrow. Before the flrat re
duction w&s made salt waa selling at
8 per ton.. The ship Sierra Eatrella
from Europe Is now unloading a car
go of salt at Portland dock; four more
vessel will follow with salt cargoes.
PARAGUAY INTERESTED IN FAIR
Will Have an Exhibition at the St.
ST. LOl'lS. July 23 Russell Stan
hope, secretary of ths eommlttee on
foreign relations of the Louisiana
Purchase Exposition has received a
letter from Ruifln, United States con
sul at Assumption, th capital t Ity of
Paraguay. Mr. Rul'lu states that this
la the first time Paraguay has taken
such an interest In a world's fair, and
that the president of the repub'le will
soon Isbue a decree provldng for the
The executive commit'ee of the ex
position has approved the recommen
dations to grant uildtig sace for
the erection on the fair grojud of
the House of Hoo-Hoo. The organi-
xatdon of Hoo-Hoo Is known through
out tho country as leing comirised
of lumbermen and t ie building will
be typical of wooli.-i't. It will not
contain exhibits, but will lie formed
to represent the symbolical letter "H"
and every room will b? finished in a
different wood, v- a.t object leeeon
of the arobilectu al tlttlfy of wool
construction and the ait of Interior
CORONATION "r BK QUIET.
King Desires but Little Decoration
Will Return to London August 7.
NBW YORK. July 23. Overxealou
nolfee officials will not secure the re
moval of the Canadian arch as a pub
lic nuisance from Whitehall, saya a
London dispatch to the Tribune. The
coronation committee of the City of
Westminster has authorlxed Commls-
slner Preston to re-decorate the arch
and illuminate it on coronation night.
Otherwise there will be "no public
scheme of decoration for the streets
In adcord with King Edward' wishes.
There is no sign of revival of apee
ulative activity in the sale of seats,
nor will it be possible to Obtain hjgh
nricea without a guarantee of a return
I of the money in the event of a sec
There will be a large number or an
isetrees among Ota peers at tha Abbey
service. Many are without houxes In
London and are frightened by the coet
of livery for Coronation day, since
they cannot drive to the Abbey in
cabs, but. must go In splendid tate.
It I reported that the king will not
return to London before August 7 and
that he writ return to Cowes two duys
after the coronation.
DROPS DEAD AT MURDER TRIAL,
WhHe listening to the Trial of Mur-
derer Donaldson, a Dry Good
' , Merchant Expires.
NEW YORK, July 2S.-A the first
witness in the trial of Austin B. Don'
aldson on the charge of killing Louis
N. Meyer waa testifying at Richmond,
Staten Island, an old man who bad
been an interested listener, feU out
of bis chair, and when the spectator
raised Mm from the floor he was dead.
He was Identified aa Jacob Levy, a dry
goods merchant. Hla sudden death
caused a great sensation In the court
room, but after a short delay ' tbe
LIMITED AND FREIGHT COI-'n-No
One Is Injured Both Engine Were
TACOMA, July 23. A collision oc
curred tonight on the Northern Pa
cific at Sumner between a north coast
limited and a freight train backing
onto a awttcb. Both engines were
ditched and the mail and baggage
car ww thrown from their -trucks.
No one was hurt. The wreck was
cleared within a few hour.
Papal Ablegate to the Philippines by
DENVER," July 23. A telegram from
Washington, D. C, today says Bishop
George W. Montgomery of Los Ange
les hes been appointed papal ablegate
to the Philippines at the request of
President Roosevelt. i
COLORED .PRTVTE EXONERATED
Killed a Trespasser at Angrl Island
While on Guard.
SAN FRANCISCO, July 23. Private
Louis Harris, colored sentry of the
Twenty-fourth Infantry,' who several
weeks ago shot and killed Vikola
Berk, a trespasser at Angel island, has
been acquitted by the military and
civil authorities of any erfme.
DEMOCRATS TO HOLD BANQUET.
BOSTON. Mass.. July 23. Every
thing is In readiness for the great ban
quet of the New England Democratic
Lea true, which is to be held ae Nan
tucket Beach tomorrow and which at
least four men of the National Re
publlcna are to give their views on
the ouesJtions of political Importance.
Presiding officer will be Mayor Patrick
A. Collins, of Boston; the speakers
will be William J. Bryan, Edward M
Shepard, and Senator E. M. McCar
mack. INDIANS ARE KILLING GAME.
DENVER. July 23. The following
telegram wa received today at the
office of the game 'commissioner: -
' Indians are slaughtering game 45
miles southwest of Delta." An order
was snt to Chief Game Warden Nor
ton at Montrose to organize a posse
and go after the Indians at' once.
CATTLEMAN IS DROWNED.
BUTTE. July 23. A special to the
Miner from Forsythe, says word was
received this afternoon of the drown
ing of Edwin C. Philbrlck tn the
Philbrick wa one of the largest cat
tle owners of Eastern Montana. -
IN HOC SIGN0 VIKGES
THE ECLIPSE HARDWARE COMPANY
527 BOND STREET
Captured in Mountains and Lined
Up to Be killedMany Are
HANDSHAKE PROVES SERIOUS
Causes Fracture of Politician's
Hand and Amputation Was
Necessary )je ration
TUCSON, Arlt, July 23.-S. N. Jacks
a merchant of Fort Worth, today re
turned from the Yaqul River country
and reports having seen 30 Yaqui In :
dians lined up and shot on Saturday
at small town called Torrln, In So-
nora. The Indians had been captured
In the mountains the day before. A
number of them were mere boy.
FRIENDLY SHAKE CAUSES
LOSS OF HAND.
DBS MOINES, Ia July 23.-J. N.
Mcdanaihan, a prominnt politician of
Cory don and ex-grand master of the
Masonic Order of Iowa, has lust his
right hand from the effects of a
handshake with a friend the grip was
so hard that several of the small bones
were broken and afterward caused a
cancerous growth. Amputation he- .
came necessary and the operation has
MINISTER MEYER SAYS
ITALY IS PROSPEROUS.
NBW YORK, July 23.-George" Vo '
Lengerke Meyer, United States am
bassador to Italy, who has Just ar
rived here, said:
" Italy Is In a prosperous condition.
Her people are happy and the king
is extremely popular. .The fall of tha
Campanile at Venice, he said, caused
profound sorrow everywhere.. The an-
tMsssador refused to discuss the visit of
Governor Taft to Rome.
WILL NOT BE A CANDIDATE.
BOISE. Ida.. July 23. Ex-Goverocr
Frank Steunenberg, In a letter to Gen
eral Martin, made public today, sets
at rest all talk of his being a candi
date for the senate before the Dem
ocratic, legislative caucus.
. AMERICAN LEAGUE.
At Balt'more Baltimore. 7: Chica
go. 5. ' '
At Washington Washmgton, S;
At Boston-Boston, S; St. Louis, 1
At Philadelphia Philadelphia, 5; De
troit, 2. . ,
At St. Louis St. Louis, 10; Pitta-
At Boston Boston, S; Philadelphia,
At Brooklyn New York, 4; Brook-
At Portland Portland, 10; Butte, L
At Tacoma Tacoma. 2; Helena, L
At 8pokane-Spokane, t; Seattle, (.