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VOLUME LVl. ASTORIA, OREGON, TULSDAY, JANUARY 20, 1003. - NUMBER 17
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PURE LINEN UNDERWEAR
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In this age of physi
cal culture and advanc
ed sanitary Ideas linen Is
universally regarded by
authorities as the only
perfect material for un
derwear, because it Is
perfectly adapted to the
needs of the skin.
IT PREVENTS COLDS
Get the Genuine Belfast Mesh
MOLD ONLY UY
P. A. STORES
Announcement of Standing Com
mittees Principal Business
of the Day.
FORECAST OF FIRST BALLOT
The Best Restaurant I
Rerulir Meals. 25 CeBti
SuBdiy Dlonrrsa Specially
Eerythlnf the Maiket Affords
Palace Catering Company !
Entire StocH Mens and Boys Furnishing Goods,
Boots and Shoes, must be sold before
February 1. Going out of business.
EVERYTHING AT COST PRICE. $
(52 ComrmrtW Strut
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THE BEE HIVE
THE BEE HIVE DEDUCTION NEWS
Boys' Cap, former price SO and 35c, all 40o
Boy' Winter Weight Butt. 11.60 and 31.75, for ILW
TS for $1.25 12.76 fir ....12.00
3.00 for 12.26
Ladle' FlaneletU Wrapper, fl.ss and 11.25, for .....98o
Ladle' Flanelette Wrapper, $1. oo, fro 63o
A few more three-quarter length Ladle' Skirt, price cut In two.
Palo mill contlue on Bklrt. We have old a great many walking iklrU.
THB OfiEATBBT BARGAIN A pleated, all-wool nklrt, worth 13.75 at
12.26. Come in blue and gray.
Every one -neder at the Children' Shoo bargains! We keep digging
them up. 1
467 Commercial Street, - Astoria
Fulton Will Itacelve I'lurullty of
Flrt Vollnir, but FmitkHll)
t'ertMlii Thuro Will He
Halvm, Jun. l.-B.lul)-But few
of the lel"latnr had retumiHl to the
capital thin mornltig, no the rexumiillun
of bunlnrdu wu noticeable for it atill
nnM. The attendant In the venule
chamber wtm particulHrly ellm, Senat
or Ful'oii ml a fv of hi Kuiiorlr
U-Ing wirllcularly ronxiihuou.
The houe of reiireaentatlvfTVa
The reaotutlon rwnily piiwed allow
ln the rnute more tlcrk hu Intro-
diH-prf-the query, will the houxe do
llkewl$T A number of the reprewnt
utlve are in favor of tuirtlng uch a
revolution nd It la generally conceded
that one v III be introduced In the near
future; probably not, however, until
the neimtorlul flarht I out of the way.
rrcKldcnt llrownell, ar scheduled.
numed hi ktundiig comrulttee. They
are a follow;
Judiciary committee Hand. Fulton,
May. McOInn, Plme.
M-dleln". pharnitcy and di'ntlntry
A C. Smith, Tyler Smith, C. J
Military affair Hunt, Meyer, Car
Penal Infttitutlon Hobnou, Daly, Mil
Mlnlnj-Booth, 8mlth (Multnomah),
Municipal corporations McOlon and
Public buildings Hobimn, Meyer, C.
Public land Stlewer, May, Mulkey.
AKrl.'iilture and taxation Booth, Wtl
IhniiKoii. Mulkey, llolman, Bweek.
Clalnin- Myers, Daly, MJIlcr.
:ommerc and navigation llol
man. Howe, Bweek,
Counties Farrar, Booth and Mars-
Kntroiwed billa Farrar, Hunt and
AKducatlon-Daly. Kuykendall, Miller.
Tlectlnn and" privilege Stelwer.
Mays, Mttrter. .
FIshtiiR Industrie Johnson, Dim
Oame Carter, Howe, Smith (Mullno
Horticulture Wehrung. Johnson,
Inaurance and. bunking Carter, Boo
Printing Mulkey. Marater. Farrar
Irrigation Williamson, Hobeon,
Rallrouds timlth (Yamhill), Holman
Crolsan, Johnson, Wade.
Revision of law May, McOInn
Williamson, Wehrung, Sweek.
ltoads and highway Dlmmick,
Smith (Yamhill), Fulton, Howe, May.
Way nd mean Howe, Carter, Stel
wer, Hobson, Williamson,
Multnomah delegation chairmanship
Medlclns, pharmacy and dentistry
A. C. Smith.
Military affair Jame E. Hunt.
Municipal corporation H. U. Mc
Claims George T. Myers.
Commerce and navigation Herbert
Holman, representing both Multnom
ah and Ciackamaa.
Revision of law F. P. May.
The first ballot tor United State sen
ator will take place tomorrow noon.
The two house will take separate bal
lot. It 1 practically certain there
will be no election tomorrow.
There la not even talk of aenatorial
caucu o there 1 no probability of the
question being wttled In that manner.
The Multnomah county delegation with
nine votes, held a caucu tonight but
decided upon notl lng except that the
delegation will vote for several Multno
mah men. The beat Information to
night place the vote tomorrow as fol.
Fulton, 30; Oeer, 19; Multnomah dele-
clamoring for fuel, a trlkvu dttchtr.
td today by driver of delivery
w ukoiik. The drivers demand an ad-
vume averaging 14 per week for ear
man. ' '
BAD STATR OF AFFAIRS
"BXIHT8 IN LONDON
Mimy Are Umibl to Obtain Shelter
and Country I Flooded With
New York, Jan, i. There can no
longer be any question as to the ex
tent and gravity of the dbitre now
prevailing In London, auys-the Tnb
une r.orruMpondent in London. Many
thousands of men In exces of the us
ual average are out of emplnement this
winter, and the workhouses Cannot uc
conmodutc all the people demanding
shelter. Thing have reached a serious
pat In the east end of the metropolis.
wMIe the tide pf alien Imfffirfrntlon Is
sUadlly rising higher and higher.
A wi'lous state of affair ulo ex
lsl In other parts of Great Britain. An
endless xtream of country folk are
Kuring lno the overcrowded cities,
while CHiiudlan fjrnier organise ex
neditloni to ear;-h the old country for
much needed labor, " nnd offer "good
wase ft.r cfflcieat nen without tttl'
OfTl. lul RtatlNtlc show that the Brit.
Ich inimigrant doe not generully elect
to make hi home 'n (he British col
onic. Of 206,tl0 emigrant from thl
countiy last year. lOgOI went to the
United Sutes. This condition of things
Induct d one newspaper to declare that
the future of the British race Is I in
perinea py tne draughts made upon
it from America and that the greatest
and most beneflclent work a British
statesman could perform for the wel
fare of the nation would be the Inaugu.
rition of some wheme for redistrlbut
imr the British iieople In the British
(TitlNOENT RES3LUTIONS BY
UNION OF NEW YORK.
Severely Condemn Action of .Coal
Trust and Urges Roosevelt to
Take Action Favoring
New ork, Jan. 19. In view of the
HiirTerlng of the poorer classes because
of the scarcity of coal, a resolution has
been unanimously adopted by the Cen
tral Federated union, which after
drawing attention to "The undisputed
widespread distress and suffering
among the Inhabiting of thl city,
ciused by the rapacious greed and lust
for gold of the men who distribute the
coal w hich Is neccssury to preserve the
health and comforts of Its cltiaens."
call upon Attorney-General Cuneen.
to pre an early dissolution at the
power of this combination or coal In
terests and render them unable to fur
ther oppress the people of thl tate."
The resolution also request Presi
dent Roosevelt to Instruct Attorney.
General, Kncx to proceed at once
against the coal trust under the law
and have this unlawful combination
dissolved in the interest of the whole
people of the United State. It also
"unqualifiedly and unequivocally de-l
dare In favor of the ownership of coal
mine to be operated for and by the
people," and request President Go in
per and the executive council of the
American Federation of labor to have
all central bodies under their Jurlsdlc
turn to call mas meeting and agitate
to thl end. "so that a repitlflon of the
present Intolerable state' of affair will
copies of the resolution have been
forwarded to President Roosevelt, At
torney-General Cuneen and Mr. God
Two Senates Are Doing Business
and Neither Will Retire
From the Scene.
TROOPS MAY BE CALLED OUT
No Violence Ha Yet Ik-en Shown
but Officer Crowd the Lob
ule und Cloak Itoom
Heady for Action.
SECURES WELSH COAL.
Mayor or Milwaukee Return From
" Toronto With Good New.
i.minso, wan. is. Mayor Rose re
uirnea rrom Toronto last night and
saw ne naa secured 10,000 ton of
Welsh anthracite coal fov-Mdwaukee,
say dispatch to the Tribune from
that city. The first cargo, he say,
lert tttrdirr on Saturday and will be
at St. John within a week. The mayor
claim he has made arrangement with
Sir Thomas Bhaurhnessv.
dent of the Canadian Pacific road, to
btlng the coal to Milwaukee. He says
he will have the coal here for delivery'
February 10 and it will sell at $9
gatlon, 19; Wood (dem.), 17; Unknown,
a; uuBrni, , toiui es.
.Necessary to choice, 45. In the two
house tomorrow the popular vote cast.
last June for senator will be canvassed.
Thl vote will show that Geer (rep.) re
ceived J4, 087 vote and Wood, (dem.)
TUBE MAKERS'. ASSOCIATION.
COAL DELIVERERS STRIKE. .
People, are Clamoring for Fuel
Temperature la at Zero.
Cleveland, O., Jan. 19. With tem
perature near the ero point, and hun
dred ,qt families throughout the city
To Be Formed in Oreat Britain to Do
Away With Serious Price Cutting.
New York, Jan. 1.-Cutting of price
In the tube trade ha been carried on
t J a tremendous extent, according to
a London dispatch to the Tribune, and
negotiations are now In progress for
the formation of a British association
of tu maker. Th movement I the
outcome of the recent amalgamation
of a Birmingham firm and two Glas
gow concern. Stringent monetary
condition are to be enforced against
any firm breaking through th argee
Denver, Jan. 19. Although fwo or
ganized senates were in session in the
mate chamber and two score or more
police officers and deputy sheriffs oc
cupied the lobbies and cloak rooms, a
peac?ful air prevailed at midnight an
there seemed no likelihood of a clash
for the present. There are rumor
that the governor ha been asked to
end troops to the state house but they
could not be confirmed.
Excitement began in the house of
representatives this morning, when the
election committee, to which had been
referred the contests involving teat of
all the 33 democrats who held certifl
cate of election. There were two re
ports. One signed by the four repub
lican members of the committee favor
ed unseating six democrats, another
signed by four democratic member of
the committee was against unseating
any. The first named report wa
adopted "nd according to it provisions
four democrats representing districts
of which Arapahoe county form a
part, were unseated and the republican
contestant were given their place
Two reprsjeatatives from La Anlma
county were also unseated and repub
licans were seated. Thl gave the re
publicans a majority of two in Joint
ballot. The house then adjourned un
In the senate elections a committee
presented a report on the same contests
Lieutenant-Governor refused to submit
motion for its adoption. The sec
retary of the senate was then called
upon to put the question. During the
confusion the minority report by the
republican members election committee
was submitted and declared adopted by
This report unseated eight democrats)
giving their places to republican con
testants. The lieutenant-governor n-
fused to recognize an anti-democratic
senator. Adam, president pro. tern
took his place at the side of the lieu
tenant governor and democratic mem
ber proceeded with the business. Two
republican senators were displaced by
democrats. Thl served to offset the
action of the house by restoring a dem
ocratic majority on joint ballot.
It us then given out that no further
action would be taken by democratic
senators at preant, a it was decided
by both side to remain hi the senate
chamber during the night.
from flaik and having a boisterous
time ,and one of them made an insult
ln,r remark, which Mr. Mitchell, a pas
enger, and Daniel Long, a former rno
tormam rewnttd. Then a half doreii
soldiei sprang on Long and Mitchell
and kicked and punched them.
In the excitement several of the sol
dlera drew revolver and began firing
through the windows. Wonvn scream
ed and fainted, while men ran to the
platform and jumped from the car.
The conductor, who wa trying to col
h.t fare, received a knife thrust and
fell to the floor and Mitchell was
thrown bodily .hrough a car window.
Four . policemen boarded the car at
Sixth street. When the soldier law
wie poncemen tney leaped off and scat
tered In all directions, t ut three of
them w?re captured. The prisoner de
nied they did the stabbing, but after
they had been searched and nothing
wa found on them the police picked up
a blood -covered knife on the flior,
where one of them had dropped It
It Is believed that Conductor Ettin
K r ia fatally wounded. The prisoner
were held for trial
His Victim, Editor Gonzales, Sue
cumbed to His Wound
STREETS FILLED WITH PEOPLE
GAMBLERS RESIST RAID.
Reserves Are Called Out in New York
to Quell Fan-Tan Players.
New York. Jan. tfc A raid has been
made on a Chinese ga.nbllng den in
this city, In which 13 fan-Ian players
were captured. A mob of the prison
er " countrymen offered such deter
mined resistance to the removal of the
players that it was Jound necessary
to call out the station house reserves
to drive them from the street
MUCH COAL .ARRIVES.-
New York, Jan. 19. The Delaware,
Lackawanna A Western, Erie, and New
York. Ontario A Western railroads had
men working all' day Sunday at their I sales, a he became more nervous wa
terminal point handling anthracite, of subjected to vomiting and generally
Prisoner Jtecei ve New of Deatb
With Visible Emotion, but
Makes No Statement .
Family at Bedside.
Columbia, S. C, Jan. U.-Editor ft."
G. Gonzales died at 1 p. m. ' After:
battling for almost four day forlife,
the victim of IJeutenant-Covernor J.
B. Tillman' bullet passed away at the
Columbia hospital. Mrs. Conzales wa
with her husband when death came.
When the bulletin 'wa posted an
nouncing the death, the crowds which
have been about the bulletin boards al
most constantly since the shooting. In
creased rapidly, and all phases and de
tails of the tragedy were discussed.
In his ceil, where he ha been confin
ed since the shooting, Lieutenant-Governor
Tillman heard the new with vis
There ia universal sorrow.
Since 10:30 last night It ras evident 1
that the crisis had arrived. Mr. Gon-
which large shipments have come in
during the last two days. Good prog
ress was made unloading car which
came hers with the coal frozen in a
mass, and large deliveries are lookedj
for In this city today. All the depots
whe cool is sold by th pail are ru-
nlr.jt with a good supply, but the de
mand 1 not very great . -
EDITOR SCOTT RETURNS.
Portlxnd Jan. 19. H. V. Scott, ed
itor of the Oregonian, returned home
tonight after a four month'vlsit in Eu
rope and eastern states.
grew worse. He continued to lose
ground and as early a 3 o'clock thl
morning hope wa practically aban
doned. The last heroic treatment re--sorted
to wa the use of formalin. One
fiftieth of a grain was injected in the
Wnaiw the hop of stopping blood poia '
At J a. m. all the patient' relative
who were not at the hospital were cum
moned. . His wife, two brothers and
sister, besides member of the editorial
staff of the State responded.
The funeral services will be held to
BUBONIC PLAGUE DISCUSSED
BY STATE REPRESENTATIVES
Condition In San Fraiiclsco Attributed
to Cross Neglect of Duty on
Part of Health Officer
Washington, Jan. 19. Reprcsenta
tlves of nine states met with Surgecn-
General Wyman today to discuss the
question of bubonic plague in the Unit
The surgwn-general read a telegram
from Dr. A. It. Glennan of San Fran
cisco stating that during the past year
there had been 93 -'ases of plague in
San Francisco, 83 of which were in
Chinatown; six were white and four
After much discussion the following
resolution was adopt):
''the present danger to California
and to the United States lie primarily
In the persistence, during nearly three
years, of definite nidus of the plague
Infection In ,the part of San Francisco
known a Chinatow n. The gravity of
thl circumstance la greatly increased
by gross neglect of official duty by the
atate board of health In California, by
failure of he city government of San
Francisco to support it city board of
health and by obstacles opposed to the
operation f the United State public
Is Now in Full Blast. We Have
; a Store Filled With
Everything in the House Reduced
C. H. COOPER
IMAGINED THEY WERE ON v
THB FIELD OF BATTLE.
Soldier Create Disturbance In New
York Trolley in Which Conduc
tor. Got Stabbed In Back.
New York, Jan. 19. Riotous soldiers
from Fort Slocum created a panic on
trolley cur bound for Mount Vernon
Sunday morning and nearly murdered
the conductor, Louis Ettlnger. The sol
dier, who are" member of the Fight
ing'' Sixteenth United State infantry.
HARPY NEW YEAR
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We wish all of pur customers
prosperity for thcoming year.
In order to insure that, patro-
Plumbers end Steamfitters
Jut back from Luson, wer drinking