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ASTORIA, om-fioy, SATUWUY, FEBRUARY 7, 1903.
I BUSINESS CLOTHFS
When you buy business clothes
you want them business like in price i
but It isn't flood business to have
clothes that are not stylish, nor to pay
too much or too little for them.
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Orotuo A Hiftixlcgt'o suit
litre for you ; and with that
(ttttti'mi'iit wo uncwur every
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k alxjut looks, style, tail
oring, fit ami biinliicM-like
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of all wo my in live nn"n
lite; wu'rt' waiting for you
to rouifi ami see.
President Roosevelt Renders Final
Decision in Answer to Re
quest of the Allies.
WILL NOW 00 TO THE HAGUE
Krlt ImIi AmhiiMMHlor Announce
ItM'ii(lon of Protocol to
MinUtcr Ilowcii hikI
the Two Meet.
P. A. STORES
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Sunday Dinners a Specialty
E erytblnt tee Matket Affords
Palace Catering Company
CLOSING OUT AT COST!
For the Purpose of
Going Out of Business
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J. N, GRIFFIN
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Washington, Ffh, 8 President
Roosevelt nhortly before 4
o'clock thl nftornuon reached it
decision regarding the invltit-
lion of tin- ullli-a tlmt he urbl-
trate the question of prefercn-
tin I payment. Th4 president 4V
will Send through tlx stale de. 4
partlnoiit to (he Hiltlnh ambus-
sudor a refusal of the Invitation.
It seem now ihul the prfcrn 4)
(Ul iii-hlloil will go In The
Washington Feb. 0. Immediately up
on lecelpt of Secretary liny' note. an
noiiiuing the president's declination
tlx Mrltlxli ambassador addressed n
communication io Minister Rowen, stat
lug Hint lie watt milt, ring from mi at
tack of grippe and would be obliged
If ltuweu would t'hl I on him. The Vene
miolmi , representative Immediately
went to the I til (lull embassy, where
Herbert explained that he hud been
III for several days and announced i
tiui arrival of him protocol which ho
wan prepared to submit to Howcn n.r
signature. . , .
Later the minister called on liowen
and announced the nrrlvnl of hid prolo
col. Tomorrow' plug ram will include
preliminary preparation before sign-
ins of the protocols.
Tin- matter now will be referred to
Tho Iliimie. Thin will remit In an lin
nivdlute rnlHlng of the hlotkiule.
H develoju'd tonight that two proto
rolii are to be limed by Mowen with
the Kalian nntbiuHiidor, tflgnor Mayor
den riniiche. two with the Itrltish am
bawwilor an dtwo with the German
nilnlt.r, Huron von Sterliurjr. In
each cnne It will provide for n refer
ent for tlio allien' fontentlou for pref.
eremlnl tiatnieiit to Tho Hiikuu and a
raining of the blockade almtiltiineoiixly
with it ulRnlnir of this. Ilavhig nr
raiKod fur a ultfiintuie of these (IihI
protocol the ncuotlators will take up
tho aerond protocola which are to cover
the manner of ndjuatlnif the claims of
the vnrlotm creditor powers and mean
fin' an administration of the ctiHtoina
I'ATH OF TIKH'O.HTFri.NKSS.
... 1 II l i . . i ji
' invaiin uiiIchk it H emu,,,,,,
by lh-j Wnxuelan conitreaH.
Ilelleve I'niti'd Htatea and Frun
Would I'rolect Monro Do. trine.
I arte, Feb. fcThe Mnr'iul of rutel
Inne. futlier of the Count I Ion I !e Co
" niciw in (tie ivciare
thla moriiltiK In which he advor alen un
nlllun.' twtween the t'nlted Ktati-R and
r riince n un the obJy t of kw plriK
Jerintiny and the rent of Euroie out of
South America. The wrltxr awtertii that
n h nn alliance would place the Mon
ro doctrine In shelter from all at
lack without coHtlnif a drop of blood.
KHi: ML'HT SHAKE CilRO.V.
frown Trlncena of Baony Inviv
Auatrltt to Ste Her Faln.r.
V lenmi, Feb. 8.-U I mated authorl
ikll.r..l.. .1 .
i, on o ijieeiiiig nun ben ar
ranged between the former crown prln-
iea of nxony and un authortwd rep
renntatlve of her father on the i-xprcaa
condition thut ahe will wine to Aua
u in unaccompunleil by it Glron. She
will not be allowed to enter the houne
of her father. Ferdimnd iv, nou-re
Kitnt (rrunil juke of Tuaiany, but the
realdence of her brother. Archduke
I'eler Ferdlnund Alifen, near Salisbury,
la Oclnir prepared for her reception.
GIUON nitlCAKS AWAY.
French Tutor Will Go to ilia Family
Leaving Prince l"4ihlndered
lieneva, heb. 6. The leRal advlHer
of the former crown prince of muny
haa made the following; announcement:
"At t.iron will leave Ueheva for rirua.
wi. wnere ne win join hi family. M
(llron ha broken off all relation with
the prince in Older not to imjiede a
reunion of the princes with her child
riu.wESj louse cannot
. OUTAI.V DKSIKKH rilVORCF
hnxon Court Refuve tt Grant LeKal
Separation to the ', Runaway
Wife from Her liiiHband.
. Geneva, Ffh. S.-The, JSoyol ruiiuince
between Crown I'rlnee Louixe of Sax
ony and M. Glron hna come to a sud
den end. The ending i said to be due
to the refusal of the Pnxon court. In
fluenced by Emperor Franl Jowph. to
consent to a divorce.
It is reported that the princess sought
hsr father's pardon In order to get per
mission to ee her children but w.i re
fused everything unless she left M.
On the return of her lawyer from
Dresden today a prolonged Interview
took place. In the coucse of which tho
princess In u torrent of tears cried:
"I must see my poor children again."
Her parting with Glron I said to
have been very affecting.
Mother and Wife of Desperate
Horse Thief Assist Culprit
to Hake Escape.
REWARD OUT FOR CAPTURE
Xliorlfr With 1'crliapM Fatally
Wounded in an Effort to
Take Fugitive Lyons
SriVEsM OF Sl'LTAN CONFIRMED
Fancy and Staple Groceries
FLOUR, FEED, PROVISIONS.
TOBACCO AND CIGARS.
, Supplies of all kinds at Ioweat rates, for fishormen,
t Farmers and Loggers.
At V. ALLEN Tenth and Commercial Streets
KtO COMMERCIAL MTltEKT
Best and Neatest Eating House In Astoria
Try Our 2 5-Cent Dinners
High Class Chef
MARINOVICH & BOSCOVICH
German Policy Is Only to Secure the
Lives nnd Property of Clt liens.
Rerlln. Feb. (I.-Chnnoullor Von Ru
low, reviewing the political situation
In the Reichstag, -aid:
showed sufficiently six years ago
that I nm far removed from u policy of
adventu. Tho Snmoan uuentlon wns
nettled to genem) satisfaction. We
came out of the the I'hlmse action
with undiminished power, in all honor
and .vlfh a strengthened position In
enst Asia. In Venexuelsr-we move on
precisely the snipe lines with Fnglnnd
and Italy, upon the path of thought
minim we want only to secure the
lives and property and trade of our
people there. In our foreign policy I
try to take the middle policy between
the Left parry and Professor Hnsse
(the Pan-American lender).
"I am Tor from following parish poll
itlc whereby our paths will be under
mined, but I urn Just aa far from a
policy Which would extend our sphere
of action excessively and which would
be dependent upon ebullition of feelings
Instead of being fixed by tho well con
sidered, plainest Interests of the Ger-
man people," . -POWERS
OF ROW EN ARK NILU
Powers Recognise Right of Spain to
Have Voice In Morocco.
Madrid. Feb. 1. At a cabinet council
presided over by tho king. Premier Sil
velu announced that the anarchist
schemes In connection with the strike
at Rnreeloiu had failed. The premier
confirmed the success of the sultan
of Morocco, which, he said, would
contribute to the maintenance of the
status iuo. He uddd that all the
powers; recognised Spain's right to hav
a voice In any Intervention In Moroc
PRETENDER HAS ESCAPED.
Eugene, Feb. S.-Sherlff W. W.
Wither of this county, wan shot and
proVibly fatally wounded last night
while attempting to arrest a man nam
ed Elliot Lyon. 30 mites west of Eu
gene. PurtleuliiH of the affair art
meager, and what new there Is was
brought by a courier who came In uf-'
ter ,v dot-tor.
According to Information at the sher
iff's offlcs. Withers had been for some
time keeping a close lookout for Ly
on, who was wanted for horse stealing
In Jiwphlne county. He Is a desper
ate man and had made his escape Trom
officers In southern Oregon by the use
of a gun. He has been known to sav
that he would not be taken alive.
t.yons nns relatives living about 30
miles west of Eugene and SheriffWith
er naa pen Keenlnir close u-ntrh for
him to appear In this vicinity. A few-
days ago he located his man about the
Lyons home and yesterday went out
there to arrest him. Last evening.
having located his quarry nnd being
satisfied that he was in . the house.
Withers entered to arrest him.
As soon as the family saw what wn
up two or three of the women seised
the sheriff and held him so ho could
not make a strong defense, while
young Lyons drew his plFtol and at
lose range shot him. The bullet struck
Withers In the nock and It Is feared
lodged against the spinal column. In
which case his recovery is considered
The young man who came for a doc'
tor says the sheriff Is completely para!-
zed, w hich the doctors call a bad Indi
As soon as It was seen what had been
none kiiiott Lyons took flight, while
the other members of the family did
ihat they could for the victim and
withers was perfectly clear In his
mind and told what doctors to summon.
A messenger made all possible haste.
hut It was necessarily slow because of
heavy snow and the very bad condition
of the roads.
An effort is now being made to cap
ture Lyons before he makes his escape
from the county. A posse of six men
was at once made up In Eugene, head
fd by Deputy Sheriff Brown, and left
for the scene and will try to bring Ly
ons In dead or alive.
ine county court nas offered a re
ward of for Lyons, dead or alive
later. The regular conference com
mittee made a last request of the union
republicans before agreeing to accept
the democratic proposition. It was:
"Will you allow us to name on sen
ator, you take the other?" ,
The union republicans replied that
they could abide by nothing but a vota
of a majority of the republican cau
cus. The regular have been retired
and the union republican committee
men .Conner and Townsend, submitted
the Una! proposition of the Addl.lcs
men a follows:
"We will stand or fall by the princi
ple of the majority rule."
Both sides agreed finally to allow ne
gotiations to remain open for a few
days as It was then time to take a bal
lot for United States senator.
Adjournment Has Been Taken by
Both Houses Until Monday
COMMENT IN LONDON.
Objection of Washington Senators
P.oundary Is Deplored.
.Vsw York, Feb. 6.-The new that
the opposition of the northwestern sen
ators will probably prevent Hie pass
age or toe Alaskan boundary treaty
NOTHING DOING FOR SENATOR
Vote for Mills Increased by One
Vote, but Otherwise Ballot
Stands the Same, if Not - '
Home More 8o. 1 ? '
Salem, Feb. . (Specittl)-After all
there will be no Joint ballot Saturday,
and to Insure no advantage being taken
by any party to the senatorial contest
is regarded here as very disconcerting ' Qt the otner9' absence, an understand
new, says a London dispatch to th I ,n hBS been arrived at, whereby all
Tribune. The Dally Chronicle i onsid- j aKree t0 Preserve the status quo until
ers that the failure of the treaty will S Jlonal'- So when the senate adjourns
mean tne indefinite continuance of the
"lDnflil. " lfr tin .. .1 1 ,L .
- ...-, i. cnijd, mil. iuhs 111
thi afternoon it will be until Monday
at 11:30 a. m., and when the house ad
journs its night session this evening: it
chance of obtaining a free port hi tiie ' wUI unt" tne 8ame tIme
Klondike district and most violent
friction must nr'se if gold should be
discovered in the' territory under dispute."
TO KEEP OUT BRITISH.
Scheme on Foot to Repopulate South
Africa With Boers.
Geneva. Feb. 6. The Swiss papers
assert that the Boer secret commit
tee In Europe la sending out, fully
equipped and with their passage paid,
French and Gorman Swiss to the
Transvaal and the Orange River colony
to marry the Boer widows and orphan
girls with a view to repopulating the
country and preventing the British
from becoming predominant.
EXPENSIVE FOR GERMANY.
Coet of the ChlnaExpedition Has
Amounted to Many Millions.
Berlin, Feb. 6. The total cost to
Germany of the Chinese expedition up
to date is $56,250,000, and the further
requirements are estimated at $3,500,000. 1
'.todays joint ballot was featureless
All the leading candidates polled their :
usual strength. Hunt of Multnomah
Joined the majority of that delegation
and voted for A. L. Mills. One rep
resentative cast his vote for Sharles A.
Slalarkey, Multnomah county, and thus'
the third week of the senatorial con
test closed with an election as far oft
apparently as ever.
The vote as cast yesterday follows:
President Brownell made his first
speech of the present session from the
floor of the senate this forenoon, his
voice being raised in support of the
Crolsan bill for direct primary nomi
nations. The measure was defeated
after a hotly contested debate, IS sen
ators voting aye and 15 no.
Mills' bill providing for the Improve
ment of unnavigable streams for the
(Continued on Page 4.)
OPPOSITION TO CANAL
EXPRESSED IN SENATE
unless Negotiations Are Confirmed by
Venezuelan Congress They Will
raria, co, . ihe correspondent of
the Matin at Caracas telegraphs that
f a pamphlet Is. being circulated In that
1 city in wnicn it la asserted that the
powers conferred on Minister Rowcn
by President Castro are nlll because of
an article In the Venezuelan constitu
tion providing thai a representative of
Venesuela In such cases must have nn
authorization In order to serve the re
public and the pamphlet points out that
Minister Bowen has no such suthorlma.
tlon. Moreover, according to the pnm
phlet, any convention ho may negotiate
Missionaries Start for Fes and Fea
Is Felt for Them.
London, Feb. 6. The correspondent
of tho Morning Loader nt Tangier tel
egruphs that the escape of the pretend
er, Ru Ilnmnro, Is confirmed. It Is tin
nounced. says the correspondent, thtat
tho American missionaries will start
for Fes today (Friday. Some appre
hension exists regarding their surety.
PRETENDER A PRISONER.
Has Been Offered for Sale and Will
Perhaps be Brought to Fes.
Paris. Feb. . A dispatch from Tan
gier saya the pretender is a prisoner
In the hands of the Rlata tribesmen,
who have offered to sell him to the
siillan. F.I Menlbhl, the Moorish mln
Jster of war, is now negotiating with
the Rlata tribe and It Is believed that
the pretender will lie. brought to Fes
NEW KRI'PP COMPANY.
Berlin, Feb. , The capital of tho
new Krupp company will be $7,500,000
with $10,000,000 In debentures. The
board of ovr?ers Includes ex-Railroad
Minister Von Thielcn, Gustnv Hart
mann of the Dredenr bank and Lud
wig Delbrur;ck of Delbrureck, Leo
MRS. PATRICK CAMPBELL ILL.
Buffalo, N. Y.. Feb. B,-Mrs. Patrick
Campbell Is ill nt her hotel here.' It Ik
announced that she Is suffering from
a severe attack of inlluensa.
Proposed Construction, If Carried On,
Would Inevitably Cause War
Washington, Feb. 6. For a time to
day in the senate it looked as though
the question of the construction of an
Isthmian canal would be discussed In
open session. Morgan spoke on his
resolution introduced yesterday calling i
on the secretary of navy for correspond
ence regarding the military occupation
of the bays of Panama and Colon.
He had not proceeded far, when Cul
lorn Interrupted him with a motion for
executive session, which Morgan resist
The chair overruled Morgan's objec
tion and the doors were closed.
Morqan, continuing his demands in
executive session, alleged that the $!,-
000,000 which the United States paid to
Colombia would go to the Insurgents.
When open session was resumed Mor
gan predicted that if the United States
continued Its policy with reference to
the construction of the isthmus canal
war with Colombia was Inevitable.
After Kean had spoken a short time
In opposition to the statehood bill thej
senate adjourned out of respect to the
memory of Representative Moody of
For Bargains st Our
DO NOT MISS IT
C. H. COOPER
ECLIPSE HARDWARE CO.
ADDICKS INCIDENT IS NOT
YET A CLOSED AFFAIR
Union Republicans Will Abide. By No
thing Rut a Majority Rule and -Will
Stand or Fall by it.
Dover, Feb. 6. It is understood that
the democrats offered to support Con
gressman Ball for a long term, allowing
the other senatorshlp to take care of it
self. This offer was rejected today
but It may be taken up and considered
525-527 BOND STREET