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ASTOKIA, OREGON, SUNDAY,' Jl'MK 1 28, 1003.
WE .SELL THE GOODS
r But not the buyers of them.
Weclo the the men and boyi
and they are satisfied
Enormous telling enables
us to carry a large m
lety and maintain '
Just now let us direct your
attention to a fine display
of seasonable underwear,
Just what you want for
P. A. STOKE S
TURKISH I BATHS f RUSSIAN
AT 339 COMMERCIAL ST.
Owen from .'I IN M. to il A..M. dally, except Miimla) n.
On SujmIujh from H IN' M. to il A. M. FlrNt-elaiw (-hlropo-(tUt
lit attendance. T. It. IAVIES Proprietor.
Of every description at
Every tiling from a grew hook to a mowing mnciiine.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
- - All Rinds - -
FOR MEN AND BOYS
We are the agents for the , ' . , 11 , 5
Clicap and medium grades, the best lines on the market
U)Q Brown Shoe - V "' :- - at $2.00
Uq Queen Bee Shoe - - at $2.50
Our many customers boar witnoss to the 'merits of these shoes.
The Banner Brand
For boys and youths cannot be
THE BEE HIVE
The Old Way
. WAS GOOD ENOl'CUl.
as long aa there was no better, but
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. now it's possible to have modern things
the sort of conveniences which In
crease enjoyment and personal comfort
Let us tit up your bathroom properly.
You'll like the way we do the work.
470-472 Commercial. Phone Black 824$
excolled in quality and price
President Roosevelt Received At
His Home Town With '
WERE TWO DEMONSTRATIONS
But Factional Difference Only
Added To The Unlety Of
Oyster Bay, June President
Roosevelt homecoming was made the
occasion for a fete hers. His reception
wiis notable for Its enthusiastic cor
diality and likewise for Its vigor. The
latter quality was due W a alight fac
tional difference among the townspeo
ple, the result being that the president
was accorded a double reception,
Oyster Bay board Of trade headed
by President J. Morgan Griffin had
Klunned an elaborate demonstration
ami e.Asemblyman Maurice Tow
sen! representing the townspeople had
arranged another. Both were carried
out according to the program, but
both were directed to the sume end the
friendly rivalry between the factions
resulted only In wlJIog to the enthu
lam of the reception.
' FOUGHT FOR REVOLVER.
Dvsperate Struggle Between Jealous
Man and GUI.
New York. June 27.-Aftr a desper
ut stniKB'e ''! Lulu M,lu'r' hl"
stcpdtutfhter. In "The Hermitage," one
jf the finest residences In Wallminon,
N. J,, Wl!llnm Desnler ha shot and
.innireiously wounded his wife ana then
shot himself In .he heart cuusing in
stint death. He had been estranged
from his wife for more than a year and
went buck. It is said, to sK a recon-
cllllntlin. Dessler. after leaving his
wife, opened a saloon, at Guttenburg.
ilia venture vs a 'allure.
When b ret J.'ned to ' Ills wife's
hou.4 the stepdaughter answered his
rh.g at the door. IXiwler p.uneu uer
aside and rushed to bis wife's apart
ments. Firing two shots at his wife,
lfler then turned the pistol in
himself.' after having overturned nil
the furniture 'n a desperate struggle
with the girl, who had followed him up
stair and attempted to secure posses
sion of the revolvir.
MURDER IN FIRST DEGREE.
Negro Doctor Is Found Guilty of Hide
Philadelphia. June 27 .-The trial of
George P. Horsey, a negro herb doctor
for the murder of William Dans, has
resulted -n a verdict of murder In the
first d-gree. Horsey wae Indicted with
Mrs. Gi'.herlne Dani who Is charged
with admlnlstrlng to her husband pois
on furnished by the "doctor." She Is
A3 TO BRITISH TREATY.
London, June 27.-The Times corre
spondent at Shanghai telegraphs that
the Chinese treaty commissioners are
Informed that the Peking government
expects an early ratification of the Brit
Ish treaty which, says the correspond
ent. U advisable, because, while arti
cle I has not been accepted In Its en
tirety by all the other power, It plr
It It adopted In the present American
ani Japan' tiegotlatloai.
..BOUND OVER FOR JURY.
Miss Marie Ware Is Out On $2000
'.. ,;l Bonis. ,
Portland. June 27.-Mlss Marie Ware
formerly United States commissioner
at Eugene, and Horace G. McKinley,
timber land operator, charged with con
spiracy to defraud the government out
of public lands, were this afternoon
1 A ..... TTnUr1 Rtatp. CommlS-
loner Sladen to the fedeVal grand Jury.
nnn.ii were fixed at S2000. Miss ware
furnished hers and; McKlnley was
given till Monday to provide oonas
CLUB MAN CONVICTED.
New York, June 27.Frank S. Wol-
ler, a mining engineer and well known
club man of Brooklyn, has been con
victed of grand larceny In the first de-
gre ni sentenced to serve not less
than one year nor more than two and
half years In the state prison. He
wan tried In connection with the "Ho
rseshoe Copper Mining company" cases
BALFOUR AND CHAMBERLAIN
Assumed That the Two Are Agreed as
, i To Future PoUty.
London, June 27. All the morning
papers make Colonial Bocjretury Cham
berlain's and Premier Balfour's speech
es at the Constitutional club the sub-
lect of leading articles which follow
rty lines. The most noticeable fea
ture of the occasion 1 acknowledged
have been the announced harmony be
tween the two cabinet ministers on the
questions which many , expect will
prove the rock on which the unionist
party will remain divided.
The colonial secretary's careful state
mont that Mr. Balfour's leadership
essential to union and the success of
the unionist prty, followed later by
the statement that a system of pref
crentlal tariffs Is the only system by
which the empire can be kept together
is taken to mean that there can no
longer remain any doubt that the pre
m'er and the colonial secretary bavi
agreed on the future policy. The op
position papers rejoice, asserting that
the difference which is .known to ex
1st Inside the cabinet ranks, -coupled
with tlw opposition of the working peo
pie In the country, must bring defeat to
ihe advocates of Mr. ; Chamberlain'
policy when a gemial election takes
PIftHriP POTTER GETS VIGOROUS
Deals Out Borne Battle Axe Advice to
; Complaining Rector.
New York, June 27. Bishop Henry C.
Potter has taken notice of the open let
ler sent to him by the Rev, n. C. Fel-
IliiKham, vl ar of Hcxton, Hertford
shire, England, and has sent to the
vicar a reply that la vigorous and point
ed. Furthermore, . he has written to
the Rev. Dr. G. M. Christian, rector of
the church of which complaint ' was
made, advising him to apply for a de
tail of police and in case the Hexton
vicar and hla followers present them
selves and interfere, to direct the po
lice to throw the party Into the street.
WARNING NOT SERIOUS.' '
Busslans Make Appeal to Continue the
Persecution of Jews.
London, June 27. The Odessa corre
spondent of the Pally Mall telegraphs
that the seizure by the Klshlncff police
of copies of a printed appeal to the cit
Isena to continue the attacks on Jews
has created uneasiness in official cir
cles. Th circular says:
"The government's warning need not
be taken seriously. If the persecution
of the Jewa la carried out with proper
determination, the southern centers
will ultimately follow suit resulting In
the wholesale exodus of the detested
and detestable Jew from the south of
WHILE BURYING HIS WIFE
Pool Room Raided While Proprietor is
Attending Sad Duty.
New York. June 27. Six alleged pool
rooms In the "tenderloin" district, In
cluding "The Aliens," have bee'n raid
ed and 592 prisoners captured, making
the raid the biggest of the kind ever
executed here. Allen's place was raid
ed while the alleged proprietor was bu
rying his wife. None of the Inmates
of any of the six places escaped. A
lot of racing paraphernalia was con
DECEASED WIFE'S SISTER.
Bill Talked to Death n British House
London, June 27. The opponents In
the house of commons of the deceased
wife's sister's bill talked the measure
lo death yesterday for this session.
The bill was the eighth on the order of
the dy but owing to Rattles of Lord
Hugh Cecil and others It was not recto
ed until to late to proceed further.
This disposes of the bill again, but it
may survive, appearing again next ses
sion as usual. ;
Flat Iron j
wear out .
l your merchant
IV . II
Sole Agent for Astoria.
Presentation Of Note Of Protest
Will Not Be An Unusual
PRECEDENTS ARE RECORDED
Attitude To lie AMiimed IIj
ItusMla Must lie Swallowed
By United Ktates.
Washington, June 27. Ihe officials of
the state department assert positively
that a close examination of precedents
Justified the presentation by the presi
dent of the United States of the Jew
ish petition to the Russian government,
and that no government ha a right to
object to ihe presentation of such a pe
tition, nor has the government a right
to object if the presentation is declin
ed." This means that the United States
will not And ground to quarrel with
Russia If the crar refuses to receive the
petition now being prepared ' by the
council of B'nal B'rith.
There -vere no developments oday re
apectlng the petition, save ihe annowv
cement that if Is the purpose of the
framers to have it numerously signed
ly prominent Christians as well as
FLED TO FOOT HILLS.
FaniH'es Drives) By Floods Are Swel
tering In Hot. Sun.
El Paso. Tex., June 27. The high
waters of the Rio Grande north of this
city In New Mexico have driven hun
dreds of families from their homes and
these have taken refuge in the foot
hills. Mrs. William McDonald of 'ier
Ino, N. M., la among those who nave
taken refuse in El Paso. In describing
the situ itlon, Mrs. McDonald wys:
"The high water has practical! ren
dered homeless every resident from
Msn,uite and Earl hum south to White
Spur, N. M. All along the road tn the
sandhills families can be sees camped
with no shelter. The heat of the sun
in the hills is Intolerable, Ms"y fami
lies are not only homeless but living on
rhort rations. ' '
M El Paso the river continues to fall
slowly. , '
RAILWAY IN FAR EAST.
Direct Communication Between Mos
cow and Port Arthur
London, June 27. The St. Peters
burg correspondent of the Dally Chron
icle says the Manchurian railway au
thorities have completed arrangements
for thorough railway communications
between Moscow and , Port Arthur.
The Russiaha, he adds, ev idently intend
to exploit the mineral resources of Man
churla to their own advantage. The
Manchurian railway has been given the
right to work all coal mines situated
within 30 miles right and left of tl)e
line for Its whole length, s and i: even
outside this limit all concessions must
first be offered to the Manchurian Rail
way company.' '
Were to Be Sentenced. So Their Bonds
Paterson, N. J., June 27. William
Macqueen and Rudolph Grossman, the
anarchists convicted of having .taken
part" In the labor riot her last June,
have failed to appear in court to have
their five year sentence put Into exe
cution and their bail bonds of S5Q0
each' were declared forfeited. It Is said
they have left the country.
GOVERNMENT WINS POINT.
Opponents To, Canal Treaty Have
vv, Opened Discussion. . (
Washington, June 27. The state de
partment has received a dispatch
from Bogota saying the canal discus
sion has been opened in the Colombian
house by representatives opposed to
the treaty. The government objected
the ground that it was not ready
present It, but would do so later.
The government's position was sustain-
by a vote of 38 to 5.
STOCKBROKER INSANE. '
New York, June 27. Henry Prentice,
a well known stockbroker has been de
clared Insane and unfit to manage his
affairs. The proceedings were brought
by his wife who testified to his numer
ous delusions, while two physicians pre
pounced him a paretic.
VALIANT HUSBAND KNOCKED
OUT TWO t-OOL RUFFIANS.
Prominent St. Loulslan Spends Night
In Police Court for Coming
to Defense of Ills Wife.
New York, June 27..-Because he pun
Ished c couple of men who Insulted his
wife and afterwards attacked him, J as.
Van S. Barrett of St. Louis, has pas
sed an hour In a tenderloin police stA
Mr.'and Mrs, Kr.rrett' bad vteited
Madison Square garden with Mr. and
Mrs. Walters, also of St. Louis, and
were Just about to enter a hotel at
Broadway and Thirty-second atreet
when, they alls -re, a man describing
himself aa Richard Collins, an archi
tect, male an insulting gesture toward
Mrs. Birrett. The laliea were walk
ing six feet In front of their husbands.
Barrett atpped forward , and pulled
down the man's hand, saying If he did
anything like that again he would get
knocked down. Wtth Collins was a
waiter. As Barrett passed the latter
struck him on the back of his head.
Barrett turned swiftly and landed a
terrific blow between his assailant's
eyes. The man aroppa ime a tog.
Col'.lns took a hand and was also lel
led. 'r,x''-;:': '."' ;
The crowd gathered and two J elect
ive who hurried ip found I-a t'olnte,
the waiter, unconscious, with- Wood cos
Ing from his mouth and ears, and Col
tins much dazed. La Polite was tak
en to a hospital and Collins, with Bar-
tett and his friends were taken to the
station. The sergeant ordered Barrett
locked up, but later, when Informed
that La Polnte had recovered -amst-loua
rAns, ordered bis release. ! .
NOT ORDNIARY BURGLARS.
Strange Defease Introduced By Lon
New York, June 27. Owing to the
curious rumo. awarding to several pa
I,ers, circulating In the west end
the greatest interest has been felt In
ihe cast of two men w ha have just
been sentenced to four years penal ser
vitude on. a charge of" attempted hur
Kliiry .it the sesidence of Mrs. George
Keppel In Portman Square, Bays a Lon
don dispatch to the Herald. ,
, At tha trial, counsel for the defense
pointed out that the men were not bur
glars In the ordinary sense of the
word, while the police Inspector gave
evidence aa to their respectability. The
prisoners seemed' to have opened the
Iront door nd walked to the very spot
where the Jewels, whicb were of much
greater value than was previously stat
ed, were kept. What basis there Is
for the rumors Inquiries at the best
sources of Information have failed to
Hartford, Conn., June 27 Charles W
Gross nd Arthur L. Shipman haw fil
ed with the secretary of state articles
of incorporation for the Manila Rail
way and Ufhtlng L-ompany with R'tfo
000 capital. The company has the right
to build any kind of railroad anywn we
tq run steamship lines and to establish
gas and electric plants outeide of Con
necticut. The ackrs of the new com
pany are said to be New York capital
:J JEWELS STILL MISSING.
Buffalo. June 27. There Is no chia to
the missing Jewels or Senorita Ipas,
daughter of the Filipino leader. The
girl Is the guest of the daughter of
Mayor Knight of this city. The porter
of. the sleeping car on which the girl
arrived here denies ' all Icnowledge of
the affair. '. ''.. , ","'':' . '. " '
ROBINSON SELLS FURNITURE
Sells Good, Stylish Fur
nishings At Low Prices.
ers, Stoves, Tables, Bed
Room and Parlor Sets.
ROBINSON'S FURNITURE STORE
1 ; S88 Commercial ' Street;.-,;
F. Seymour Barrington, English
; "Nobleman," May Be Guilty
BODY OF KENTUCKIAN FOL'ND
At Xotonou Adventurer Waa
' Last Man Seen Witltffira
tlA In tIM rr Trial
St. Louis. June 27. The body of VLe
Cann who disappeared several day
ago. was found today in a stone quarry
near her and identified by Mrs. Ifo
Cann. F. Seymour Harrington, self
styled Lord : Harrington, was arrested
at the time of the disappearance aa he
was the last man to fee seen with Mew
Cann and although he told conflicting
stories was subsequently released. Tfh
day he was rearrested and tonight he
Is being sweated by the police.
Partington Is the man who married
Miss WUhalmina Grace Cochrane of
Kansas City last January under pre
tense that he was a lord, and who waa
later requliated by her. James Mo
Cann was a member of the blue blood
ed Kentucky family with a large es
tate. His father was J. D. McCann.
CREATES DECIDED SENSATION
Students Held for Breaking Into Co
operative Store. ;"'. ;y
Boston, June 27. C. L. Hunt, of
Portland, Ore., a Harvard sophomore,
and Lloyd Rich, a Junior, nave been,
beid on -the charge for which ihey were
arrested a few days ago, vt breaking
Into and entering the store of th Har
vard Cooperative association store. The
affair has created a decided sensation
at Harvard. Rich, who was arrested
lr' Maine and brought here, dec lures be
Kansas -aty, June 27. The employ
era" (isso Nation of Kansas City ha
started a movement to repeal all city
laws favoring jnion labor. ' - i .
BASE BALL SCORES
At Butte Butte 15; Spokane e.
At Seattle Seattle 7; San Francisco S
At Hebna-Helena S; Portland .
At Tacoma Tacoma 4; Los Angela
PACIFIC COAST. " '
At Sacramento Sacramento 0; Seat
tie 7. ; . "',''
At Los Angeleo-Los Angeles 1; San
. NATIONAL. "
At Philadelphia Philadelphia 4; SU
At Brooklyn Brooklyn 2; ClniinnaU
At Boston First game Boston ;
Chicago 7; second game Boston T;
Chicago I. .
At New York-New York 2; Pitts
burg 4. . .
At Cleveland First game-Cleveland
Sr Washington 0. Second game -Owe
land 2; Washington 5.
At St. Louis St. Louis 0; Boston t. '
At Detroit Detroit 2; Philadelphia L
a rvil.-aaro Chicaao T: New York 4..
for the House