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ASTORIA, OREGON, ' WEDNKSDAY, JULY 30, 1002.
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in hoc mm VINCES
JIM LAWS may know, but I couldn't toll you whether It re
fers to anything animate or Inanimate. I never ntudled LATIN.
Some Clerman, ft MWIe English and irtlll 1m rrl Vous, it
bout ll I know when if cornea to languige.
WHAT DO I KNOW?
After twenty-five yrm of atrenuou ndevor In U tnyite
rle of the clothing builnmw, I can honestly fay I know some
'Utlng about CLOTIHW,
FREE TO MY CUSTOMERS
all the boat thought and labor that I can gtva to my olotlilnir
buln, U of aoina benefit to every ousto-nor who enter my
tore. When ft good thing com Into the market I find It
out while some are aleep and when poor clothe are thrown on
the market I know enough to steer dear,
Lota of customers mean kl of bualneas. Lot of cutomer
can only be kpt by honoraMe treatment. I kiow that; so
you are safe when you trade with
BUY A DOZEN
, Of our. Handsome and Artistic
Hounted and Matted Pictures
and decorate your Iioine or your bench cottage,
Sco tlio Witulow Display
GRIFFIN 6t REED
A New Lino Just
j Fisher Bro$iP
our sunnER goods
Are correct arid thoy are, not beyond your
reach. We can please you in Clothes for
, Outing, Sporting, Working, Business or
Society wear because we have tho goods
and tho prices are right.
IN FURNISHING GOODS
We have everything that is New,
Nobby and Nice.
P. A. STOKES
AND DRILLS i
540-550 Bond st. B
Tho expr.Mulon of eereno complacency
which the gentleman I concealing
boMnd the paper, and which la dimly
reflected In the face of the dog, to
the result of a wise Investment In sum
mer wearing apparel. The gentleman
purchased lit full outfit from hat to
shoes, alt the leading up-to-now houae of
P. A. STOKES
The dog though warm U happy, be-
cause ha la just aa God made Mm.
The man fat satisfied and contented
txtoiuae lit 1 oomfortebly and cor
NON-UNION MEN "
Will Call Troops to Prevent In
Jury io JVlen at Work
" In Colliery.
MANY SIB BOSSES INJURED
Three Thousand Ktrlkm Collec
ted to Ktoiia Men Who Will
Not Quit Work and
8HAM0KIN, Pa.. July 2-One thou-
eand men, women and children assem
bled at the Mineral Company' Corner-
on colliery tonight and hooted and
ourned - the non-union men. Boy
toned aeveral eub-boane.
The coal company official say they
will ak ttir troop tomorrow If there
I a continuance of the attempt to
annoy the workmen.
mount carmel, p., juiy 21-
Striker numherlng 3t0 men. women
and children collected at the Itead-
Ing and Union Company' titration
between here and Bhamokln this even
ing and threw ton and sticks at the
LAST TEAR'S PLATFORM
WILL HE REAFFIRMED
The Withdrawal of LaFayette Young
a Candidate Make Thl
DES MOINES, la., July 29.-The
withdrawal of LaFayette Toung to
night, a a candidate for member of
the comlttee on reMutlona, la gener
ally regarded a ending the oppoalUon
to reaffirmation of lt year1 platform
by the Republlacn elate convention to
The objection htoh had been made
to the reaffirmation of last year"
platform waa directed almost entire
ly to a clauoe In the truat plank de
claring for "Any modification of tariff
chedule that haa been required to
prevent their affording teller to
It waa held by nome that the
clmie wa a virtual admliwlon of
Democratic claim that the tariff foo
Senator Allison and Dolllver and the
entire delegation In congrc are here
to attend the convention.
HAS SECURED GOOD . EXHIBITS.
South America Will Bo Well Retire-
8T. LOUra, July :s,-Dr. J. A.
Holmes, .chief of the department of
mine ami metallurgy at the Louisi
ana Purchase Exposition, haa return
ed after an atwenoe of several week.
He vlelted New York, Washington.
Baltimore. Philadelphia, Pittsburg
and Bethelehem, Pa "'
He report that hU trip wai uc-
oeeaful In every particular He e
eured promise of exhibits of steel,
Iron and other metallurgical products
and the process of their manufacture;
coal, building tone and phosphate.
drilling outfit and other mining tna
nhlnery, A cablegram haa been received from
Jose de Ollvtrea, world's fair commis
sioner to sever I Couth American
countries, announcing that the Argen
tine president had appointed a world'
fair commission and would make an
Another cablegram fiom John Bar
rett, commission r lo Ihe Orient, Is
" Had audience wth emperor and
empress dowager. Emp -rr conOrms
China's acceptance. He f-ntrvi.ee
that he wlH ,vpplnt an ImpeiUl c.m
nvlwlon and Issue an edlnt 'or the
preparation of enhlblt."
WILL INVESTIGATE FLOW
OF JAPAN CURRENT.
BERKELEY, Cal.. July 29 Profesesor
William E. Rltter, head of the depart
ment of loology at the University of
California, Is the prime mover In an
undertaking whfch promises to be of
great scientific and economlo value to
the Paciflo coast, namely, the syste
matic observation of the flow of the
Japan current and the study of the
biological conditions of that great
stream. The San Pedro and Santa
Barbara channels will also be survey
ed. The enternrlsa haa the banking
of President Harrlman of the South
ern Pacific, the United States Ash eom
mllon and a number of wealthy
business men of Lo Angeles. .
oontemplatflf-the eatablirflwnent of a
complete marine laboratory and mu
euin at San Pedro, to be a depart
ment of the Unlvewlty of California
and open to all advanced atudent of
Irfolorv. With thl aa a permanent
baciH of opitatlonx, expedition both
along the coaat and farther Into the
mld-Paclflo will be made on veaael
eaoeefally equipped for marine - work
it a aclentldc nature. The United
State flub commlsl'n baa given
irons aaurancea that the Albatro
will be put at the ervlce of the acien-
tlat for the deep ea work and for
the Inveatlgatlon along ahore s entai
ler vee 1 to be provided.
- 19 INAUGURATED.
Native Thr;aJen Trouble Because
Cueverra Waa Not Made
WA8HINOTON, July 2.-A Manila,
paper putllh June 19th haa a long
account from Catbaloygan, Samar. In
dlcaUng that tho people of that laland
threatened trouMe becauae of General
Oueverta wa not made governor. It
la etated that Samar la keeping up
It reputation aa a atorm center of the
Archlpvlago. In peice aa well in
war tn '.ut t uient iipint or its people i
i how itaelf.
governor rigm, nowever, .reruaea
to weaken nnd Goverm,r Llorente waa
WOULD ACX'EPT NOMINATION.
Will Iave It to the Democrats
Colorado In the State Con
vention. CRIPPLE CREEK, Col.. July if).
The Morning Times wilt tomorrow
print a letter from United State Sen
ator Teller In which he aays regard
Ing his candidacy to aucceed himself.
"I have carefully considered the
aueellon a to whether t r.'Jttlit to be
candidate and have determined to
leave thst quextlon te the Democrats
of Colorado In the state convention.
If the convention makes mt Its candi
date for the senate I will -accept the
nomination, but If the atate convention
Khali not aee fit to mak such ?mlna
tion, I will not be a, candidate."
WORSHIP BOER GENERALS.
At the Welding of Gen. Delarey's
Daughter Gen. DeWet Carried
on Shoulders of Hla Men.
CAPK TOWN, July 29. Hero wor
ship of the Boer romandera was atrik-
Inffly llluxtrwted at the marriage of
Oenernl Delrey's daughter to. hi
secretary, Ferria Approaches to the
cnurcn were packed and the congre
gation cheered Generals Botha, DeWet
and Delarey. DeWet was carried from
the church upon the shoulders of his
men. Who were enthusiastic. When
the bridal party appeared, the congre
gation nrose and cheered until the min
ister threatened to stop the ceremony
or clear the ctauivh.
MAN WHO HELPED
TRACY AND MERRILL
Wa Seen Near Eugene About
EUGENE. Ore., July 29. Reports
from what Is considered reliable nu
thority are that Harry Wright, cx-
convict, suspected of having assisted
Tracy and Merrill in making their es
cape from the penitentiary and for
whom a reward of $300 la offered, 1s
In hiding In Wolf Creek country.
miles west at Eugene. He formerly
lived In that Vicinity. Two men saw
him pass along the read a week ago.
MURDERFR TO BB HANGED.
Assassinated Marquis De Mores Ac
complice Given 20 Years.
TUNIS. July 29.-The trial for the
assassination of Marquis De Moivs, at
Susa, resulted In condemning to death
of El Khelr, and sentencing of Ham
ma Chtokah to 20 years' imprisonment.
Seventeen others accused or the as
rasslnation of De Mores were sentenc
ed In default, six to be put to death
and eleven to hard labor.
YOUTHFUL ROBBERS HEJjD"-
TO CIRCUIT COURT.
SALEM, Ore., July 29. The prelim
inary hearing of Roy and Clyde Rams
by and Barrett Purdy was held to
day. The young men are charged
with stealing $3800 from Mrs. Isabella
Ewlng last November. The defend
ants being bound over to the circuit
court In the sum of $10,009.
WELL KNOWN WRITER
NEW YORK, July 29.-Mra. Elisa
beth Drew Barstow Stoddard, wife of
the Poet Richard Henry Stoddard, Is
critically 111 at her home In this city.
She was taken ill with influensa three
weeks ago, since which time ehe haa
grown steadily worse. Mrs. Stoddard
BE IN AUGUST
King Edward's Condition Favor
able and Crowning Will
ENGLAND IS MORE HOPEFUL
Is Xow Ablo to Walk and Phy-
altlana Are Poxltive of Him
LONDON. July 29,-Lateat Informa
tion Indicate that King Edward's doc-
tors were not mUtaken in flxtng Au
gust aa the date upon which Wa maj
estv could be crowned.
Blnleter rumors which have pervad
ed all eta we for the last few davi
I now annear to have lost aemblance of
prooaoimy. Apprehension Hiat King
Edward would be unable to stand the
strain of coronation ceremony has been
greatly lessened by the announcement
that his majesty is now permitted to
use his feet and with aid of a atlck
na done a little walking. Nearly all
restrictions upon the King diet have
OUTWARD SIGNS GOOD.
NEW YORK, July .-CoronatIon
seats cannot be jM even at reduced
Outwardly there !s every Indication
inai me corona uon win occur In a
fortnight. Medical bulletin are fa-
vorabIe, rehearsals are In progress,
proclamations have been posted; the
nroces of re-decorating the approaches
to the abbev hava been resumed and
nreparatlona are making for the na
LIGHTNING CAUSES .
NEW YORK, July 29.-The town. Of
Stratford. N. Y., now has, according to
a press dispatch from Little Falls, a
strange upheaval of the ground. Tons
of sod, gravel and stone were tossed
n the air and landed on a knoll 13
feet higher than their original place.
The debris covers a space one hundred
feet square and Is more than six feet
it is Dcuevea lightning ignited a
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vein of natural gas and caused an
MONSTER OIL INTERESTS
LONDON, July 29-The Daily Mall
asserts that there Is no longer any
doubt that three monster oil interests
of Rockefeller, Rothschild and Nobel
have entered Into working agreement.
It was doubtless this combine,' con
tinues the Dally Mail, which induced
the Russian government to issue in
vitations to the anti-trust conference.
Spokesmen of the great combine de
clare that It means a fiflit to the death
and that Independent exporters cannot
hope to win. -
TREATY RATIFIED BY
CREEK INDIAN COUNCIL.
WASHINGTON. July 29. The Inter
ior department haa been notified that
the supplemental treaty with the Creek
Indians of the Indian Territory, rati
fied by congress June 30 last, was rat
ified by Creek Indian council July 26.
The supplemental treaty modifies the
original treaty in some minor respects
aa to allotments and enrollments, and
makes Illegal unless purposes for more
than one year and leasea for agricul
tural land mineral purposes, covering
more than five years.
THE OATS MARKET.
CHICAGO, July 29.-Tr.iders who are
short of oats made a move today
against the bulls and the maneuver
proved an apparent success. Applica
tion was made to the board of trader
directors of the marginal price on new
July oats and officials fixed 4S cents
as the figure for marginal purposes, al
though the new July option sold at
2 cents a few days ago.
NEW TORK July 29. A dividend of
one per cent haa been declared by the
directors of the Northern Securities
Company. It Is stated that this ac
tion was taken by the directors last
Thursday but no announcement was
made until today.
MYSTEIRIOVS DROWNING AFFAIR
NEW YORK, July 29.' '(Vllllam Tier-
companion, George Jackson, disappear
ed a month ago, ha been found dead.
ay ft Saranao Lake, N. Y., f ispatch
to the Herald.
, Tierney and Jackson went out In a
boat to fish on the uooer lake. The
next day their boat waa found with
a couple of holes In it. ' ;
At each man was a thorough cars-
man and a good swimmer, the cause
of their death is a mystery.
Diver were employed to look for thn
bodies, money to defray the expense
oelng raised by wealthy summer visit
ors. Tierney waa found In water 20
feet deep but Jackson's body baa not
FISHERMAN 13 DROWNED.
Boat Drifting Bottom Cp Is Found--
Not Certain How Maajr Are
VANCOUVER. B. C J'llv I9-A
disaster marks the jalnvm flfh'ng this
year. A late accident resulted in the
drowning of Fred Mirklnaon. who was
drowned In Fraaer river, near Steves
ton. A boat waa found todav drifting
bottom op. It haa not been uncertain.
Sydney Hunt and Thomas Crankshaw,
ed how many fishermen It contained,
supposed to have been drowned a week
ago, are safe.
WILL NOT INDUCE POWERS
To Accept Payment Upon a Silver
SHANGHAI July 29.-Bankers com.
mission here haa the Information fhf
Great Britain and the Untied States
have abandoned the agreement to in.
duce other power concerned to acent
payment of Chinese International in.
demnlty upon a sliver basis. .
WILL BUILD HOSPITALS
FOR THE INSANE.
NEIW YORK. July 29. Plans' hav
been adopted by the state commission
of lunacy for the abolition of the pa
vilion for the- Insane, which for nrnnv
years has been part of Bell.;vue hos
pital, and in which many scandals In
regard to tho treatment of Insane pa
tients have aria-en.
It is the intention of the atate com-
mission M lunacy to construe two re
ception hospitals? one in Manhattan
and one in Brooklyn, to which sus
pected cases of Insanity may be sent
MAKES A RECORD.
NEW YORK, July S9. Paced by a
motor cycle with wind ahlelda Mtas
Lottie Brandon, known among wheel
men as a century rider, baa pedalled
33 miles and 15 yards In one hour.
The performance was made on the
ouarter-imle board track at Vallsburg,
N. J., nnd is nearly eight miles furth
er than any other female rider in the
same time. .....
GENERAL MEYER IS , .
LIONIZED IN LONDON
LONDON. July 29.-General Lucas
Meyer, formerly .commander of Orange
Free State forces, is being lionised In
London. He will lunch with "Earl Rob
erta, comander-In-chlef of the British
forces. General Meyer exoeot to in
terview Joseph Chamberlain and is
overwhelmed with social Invitations.
JAPAN SETTLES TAX QUESTION.
NEW YORK, July 29. After three
months discussion the scope of the ar
bitration In regard to the diwlted
house tax question has been settled,
says a Toklo dispatch to the Times
and the complication has been termin
ated. Japan probably will refrain
from collecting the tax pending the
result of the arbitration. The comoe-
sitlon of the arbitration tribunal Is
now under discussion.
IN HOG SIGN0 Y1NCES
THE ECLIPSE HARDWARE COMPAHY
527 BOND STREET
TRIED FOR MURDER
fwenty.Tbree Natives Confess
Their Crime and Explain
VICTIMS' NAMES NOT KNOWN
Four Americans Were Attacked
I'pon Landing on Island and
Put to Death and Bod
WASHINGTON, July 29,-ManIla pa
per received at the war department.
Vive an account of the begining of tho
trial of 23 natives in the Inland of
Mindoro, who are charged with killing
four Americans. The names and Men-
tlty of the Americana could not ba
learned. From one of the 23 men ar-
- rested a partial story of the massacre
has been obtained. The four American
approached the shore of Mindoro la
a boat and as soon as they landed tho
natives attacked them, putting all to
death and mutilating them. The bod
lea were put adrift in ft boat
The finding of the boat by Amerclana
led to the discovery of the crime and
confessions from some of the natives
gave such fact as have been obtained.
KILLED OVER POSSESSION
OF SILVER SPOON.
NEW YORK, July 29.-Two men an
missing from the crow of the fruit
steamer Palomo. which haa Just reach
ed port. Gus Orlin, one of the missing
men, was almost instantly kilted, hla
shipmates ay, ,by a Wow over the
heart after a. quarrel over the pos
session of ft silver spoon. A Soanlanl
who struck the blow, continued hla
duties as fireman and remained "on tho '
Palomo until she touched at Port Aa
Prince, Haytl, when he disappeared.
. LEAVES FOR HOMa
WSAHINGTON, July 29.-The war
department is advised of the sailing
of the transport Buford from Manila,
with VS2 enlisted men of the Eighth "
infantry; 142 of the Fifteenth infantry;
104 of the Twenty-sixth infantry; 91
sick; Ave Insane, and SI discharged
NORTHWEST LEAGUE. ' ,
At Portland Portland, 1; Helena, 0.
At Seattle Seatte, '4; Tacoma, L
At Spokane Spokane, 16; Butte, 14.
At Baltimore Baltimore, 8; Cleve
land, T. . . . .
At Philadelphia-fit Louis, S; Phila
delphia, 2. '
At Washington Washington, 5; Chi
At Boston Detroit, ; Boston, 5.
At Philadelphia Cincinnati, 2;
At Boston Boston, ; Chicago, 1.
At New York St. Louis, 14; New
At Brooklyn Pittsburg, 8; Brook
lyn, 1. . - " w '
The plans aa they are. now matured
14 well knorn as ft writer.
ney, an Adirondack, wno wiui nis