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ASTORIA, OREGON, HATH R DA V, Jt?LY 11, 1903.
WE SELL THE GOODS
, . ' 'V'' , & '
But not the buyers of them.
Weclothe the men and boys
and they are satisfied
Enormous selling enables
vs to carry a large var
iety and maintain
v low prices.
Just now let us direct your
attention to a fine display
of seasonable underwear,
Just what you want for
this weather. ',
P. A. STOKES
TURKISH BATHS I RUSSIAN I I
AT 539 COMMERCIAL ST.
()M'ii from .' I. M. to .' A. M. dully, exitt Nnnla,v.
On Knniluy from 8 I. M. to .'I A. M. Flrt-lii thlropo
dint in itttndniic. T. It. DAVIKM, ProprlHor.
k Of every description t ,
Every tiling from n grans hook to a mowing ninchino.
Large assortment of unusually hand
some goods just received.
75 cents to $5.00.
J.N. GRIF F I N.
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Ladies' Bathing Suits
Children's Bathing Suits
Duck and Crash Outing Skirts
Fifty-cent sailor hats 39c
Swimming tights 5 eft lOc
THE BEE HIVE
a Mux Vr4
Tutored j fe JT
The Old Way
WAS GOOD ENOUGH.
aa long aa there waa no better, but
now It'a possible to have modern thing,
the aort of convenience ' which In
rreaae enjoyment and peraonul comfort
I-iet ua tit up your bathroom properly.
You'll like the way we do the work.
470-471. Commercial, rhone Black 224J
Train Wreckers Make Record Of
Death And Heavy Property
THEIR OBJECT IS UNKNOWN
OfliclalM Looking For t'HnilniiU
Ojwratinir On North Shore
8n Francisco July 10. Three re
cent mysterloua wreeka on the North
Hhore railroad, with a record of death
and Buffering, are now believed to have
been th work of cold bloodfd train
wreckers. whOM motives are unknown.
Within the past two days two unsuc
cessful attempts havs been made to de
mil trains near where the prevloua di
Hume daya igo a freight train waa
brought to a audden atop oil a curve
roulh of Camp FlnUleal. The Jar waa
i heavy one and nearly lifted the en
ln from the ralla. The train was
,rncllri at the lime at about one
fourth lia uauul speeJ.thus averting the
serloui wreck. It wa found that a
heavy piece of rail had been aecurely
lashed aor a the ralla with atout wire.
Tla attempt waa followed by agotner
yesterday morning-, when a handcar paa
alng over the truck ahead of the pa-
KeniKT train wn thrown 'from the
truik and one of the seitlon hunda waa
On Investigation an old drawbar, used
for coupling, waa found securely tied In
aid th rail In auch a poaltlon aa al
most w pans unnoticed.
Uwr.il aMnager Bank aald today:
"W are making every efTort to And
the guilty parties and 1 regret exceed
ingly that the matter haa been made
public before any arrests have been
i ArPROPHIATIQN FOIl FAIR.
Orcan Will AaJt For t5069 To Asalat
A Joint conference of the Oregon con
greaional delegation and a committee
in Vhalf of the Lewla, and Clark fair
waa held !n Portland yenterday for the
pui of dlacuaaing the queatlon of
obtaining on appropriation for the fulr
at the next aeaalon of congrena. While
a final 'l-;elsion waa not reached It waa
neverthe'e practically decided
to auk for JS0O.000 aa a general appro
priation amUiOO.ftX) additional for exhlb
ita from Alaaku and thePaclflc imanea-
a'ons. Kopowing me auKgcauon 01
Hciiator Mitchell, It waa decided to later
appoint a commute o three to go to
Washington when congrexa convenes
to look after the lntereta of the appro
priation in particular and the fair in
general. A part of the business of the
committee will be to aeek the loan of
fine atatuary to be an exhibit from the
The appointing of the committee la
of prime importance, aa pointed out by
one of the delegation, aa member of
both house In the eaatt many of
them, have announced themselvea as
oppoaed to any appropriation aa will
be naked for In thla caae. This view Is
occasioned by unreasonable reiuents
made In the past. Aa the bill to be in
troduced In behnlf of the Oregon fair
does not come under thla head, It was
agreed at the conference yeaterday that
the delegation, assisted by the commit
tee, would be ennbled to overcome all
opposition and obtain the desired re
sult. , .
CLOSED FOR REPAIRS.
The Walluskl bridge Is closed to
travel owing to its . being out of re
pair. The turntable haa been render
ed useless by the breaking of some of
the cogs and until these in replaced
the bridge will remain closed. The
Pacific Iron wrks will do the repairing
and the work will be pushed with all
possible speed. It Is noped that the
bridge will be thrown open to the pub
lic by tonight, but it la possible' that
It will not be until next Monday.
Do you know the most
luxurious bath in the wprld?
Have you used Pears'
Cold all over the wetd.
Wt.'HICfANH AUK HIWK'KED.
High Art Plai-ed on Footing
New York, July 10. At a m Wlng of
the MuhUhI Mutuul Protet' tive union,
utllcndcd by'l0) muoktana, repreaen-
Ing practically all th New Tork thea.
tein imd amuaement plaoee that or
ganlitlu!t hn vied to ally Itaelf
with the Federation of MufMina, Thla
la tantanwufti to an alliance with the
American Federation1 of Labor. Borne
of the men i hem expreaa much dlMmtls
faction over the vote. Thy declare
It to be the greateat blow ever atruck
at mtialcal art In New York, and that
the alliance "placed the mualclana on a
footing with blackamitha and . truck
AUK FIGHTING TREATY,
Panama, Colombia, July, 10. Accord
ing to advice frm Itogota, Kenor Ter
an, onn of the representatives for the la
Ihmu la doing all he can within con
ere and without to defeat the canal
Kx-President Curo continuea his sys
tematic opposition to the treaty be
cause President Marroquln haa not
signed It. He proposes that the Un
ited hU.it-' be asked to extend the time
fur ratification. thus sliowlng that the
discussion will be lengthy.
IUIYAN GOING TO KCIlOPK.
Chicago, July 10. A dlstmteb to the
Hecord-Herald from Lincoln, Neb.,
William J. Dryan haa announced hia
intention of going to Europe thla fall to
study sociology under monarchlal
forma of government. It la the Inten
tion of Mr. Bryan to sail early in Sep
tember and remain until the end of the
ALL THE SAME JUNK.
New London. Conn.; July 10 The big
dynamite gun at Fort Wright, Fisher's
island recently condemned and sold by
the war department has been blown to
pieces by the metal dealers who pur
chased It. The gun and carriage
weighed 75 tons. One hundred pounda
of dyanlinte waa required to reduce the
gun to marketable scrap Iron.
BETTER THAN AVERAGE.
Wheat Crop Shows Above the Average
' for Last 10 Tears.
Washington, July 10. The depart
ment of agriculture returns show that
the average condition Of winter wheat
on July 1. was 78.7, compared with the
10-vear average of 79.2. Of spring
wteat the average is 82.5. aa compared
with a 10-year average of 85.9. .
STEPPED ON A MATCH.
Fire Communicated to Clothing, and
May Result in Death.
Denver, July 10. Marie Murphy may
lose her life as the result of a peculiar
accident here today. She stepped on
a match In the street, and it ignited her
clothing. Several men ran to her as
sistance but she was badly burned be
fore the flames were, extinguished.
THE FORESTER'S EXCURSION.
Tomorrow morning the largest crowd
that ever went on an excursion by boat
from this city will leave for Cathlnmet
with the Forester's social club. At (
o'clock last evening Secretary Foster's
records showed that 369 tickets had
been sold and there Is no dubt that
there will be fully 600 on board when
i he boat lands at the Cathlamet wharf
Sunday morning. The people of Cnth
lamet have made great preparations
to make the day one lnn to be remem
be red. There will be a base Tw1 game,
foot races of all kinds and many
other sports. The merchants of this
city have contributed the prizes for the
different sporta. The newly organic'
ed Eagle military band, In their nobby
uniforms will discourse sweet music
during the day. The committee In
chargo of the arrangements have
spared no means or expense to moke
this excursion the auccesa It promises
to .be, and are certainly entitled to
great credit. There will be no Intoxi
cants of any kind allowed on the boat
nor will any Questionable characters be
allowed : Taken all In all it will be a
very pleasant affair. .
Thirty-Eight Deaths And Eighty
Prostrations In New York
HISTORY'S HOTTEST JULY 10
Crazy Nefro AttukoT ilrl
Wlio Carried Ice And Nar
rowly KNtniMMl f) mhiug, ,
New York, July 10. Thirty-eight
deatha and SO prostrations occurred In
and around New. York and Brooklyn to
day, the hottest July t'Kn In the history
of the local weather bureau. The early
threat thut the''' temperature would
break all records, however, waa not ful
At 1:20 the mercury stood at M de
greea, but at 2 o'clock the temperature
had falien 2 degree. At 8 o'clock to
night the temperature bad fallen to 16
degree, six degrees lower than at the
aama hour Thursday. Between 6 and
1 o'clock the temeprut'ire fell aeven de
grees, following a thunderstorm south
east of the city. The tlty had been
sweltering so long In the hot wave,
however, that It waa hours before the
cITIces and tenements began to feel the
effects of the cool weather. In the
streets the cooking process was difficult.
men, women and children crowding the
walks to recover from the heat of the
day. Many slept on park benches and
when the police would permit It, In the
Daniel Lewis, a heat-cruised negro,
attacked with a club two girls who
were carrying a piece of Ice. A mob
quickly gathered and shouted: "Lynch
him!" Lewis waa lescueU by the de
tectives and sent to the hospital.
There waa Intense heat throughout
the state today, causing many prostra
Uona. 5 , "
IN STATE OF SIEGE. w
- . . - , . . . . .
Prince Ferdinand Incenses Ills Quar
London, July 10. A dispatch teceiv
ed from Sofia, says the Odessa cor
respondent pf the Standard, leaves no
room for doubt that the gravity of the
situation in the Balkan principality is
daily and hourly Increasing. Sofia la
practically In a state of siege. The
streets are patrolled by Infantry and
wherever over three persona Either
they are threntened with arrest.
The position of Prince Ferdinand be
comes daily more precarious. His ab
rogation of statutory laws and his treat
ment of the Daneff ministry have in
censed his already disaffected rubjects,
who openly accused him of planning to
carry out a coup d'etat similar to that
which led to tne assassination of King
Alexander of Servla,
Western Washington and Oregon
Saturdays-Fair, except showers near
coast, probably coaler except near the
coast. 1 ...:: -
At Chicago Chicago 7;
At Clclnnatl-Clnclnnatl 6; Boston 5.
At St. Louis St. Louis 4; New Tork
j ' ...
At New York-New York S; St. Lou
is 1. ' , ' " ,
A Washington Washington
At Bostou Boston 4: Chicago 8
At Philadelphia-Philadelphia 1; Cle
At Butte Butte 7; Los Angeles 6
At Salt Lake-Salt Lake 6; Helena 11.
At Seattle Seattle 4; San Francisco
5 (13 innings).
At Tacoma Tacoma 7: Spokane 5..
At San Francisco San Francisco 1:
At Portland Portland 5; Los Angeles
At Seattle-Seattle 5; Ookland 3
CHINESE DECLARE BOYCOTT.
Honolulu, July 10-By Pacific Cable)
The Chinese residents of this city
have ordered a boycotc on the steamer
Korea, plying between , the mainland
and the orient, for refusing Chinese
Americans to visit the vessel while at
this port. . 1 '
IMPORTER KOCH EXPOSED.
Fake Tuberculosis Cure Which
Ione lilg Business Will Bo
, ' Ousted. ;;
, New York, July 10. Counsel for the i
New York County Medical society haa J
investigated the methods of an alleged
tuberculosis cure bearing the name slm !
liar to that of a high German physic
The concern haa places of businem In
Ntw York, Philadelphia, Boston, Pltts
burg, Chicago, Clnlnnatl, St. Louis and
half a dozen other larger cities and la
said to be doing a targe business on the
strength of the reputation of the Ger
man specialist. It is said -the attention
of the district attorney has been cal
led to their representations and a gen
eral warfare upon them la to be in
Eminent physicians In this city are
said to hold letters from the German
doctor denouncing the managers of the
American concern as charlatans ami
urging, that they be exposed and stop
ped from further beguiling suffeiint'
humanity In his name. The board of
health haa tent -a notice that the man
who la known as the bead of the insti
tution Is not registered here lad ha
nat authority to practice In Ne,w York
state. He Is said, however, to have
been graduated from a Miasourl medi
cal college, and to have been placed at
the head of te concern by Ita promot
ers because of the name he bears the
same as that of the German dector.
MUCH SUGAR FROM CUBA.
Havana July 10. Cuba exported 569
300 ton of sugar during the first six
months of 1903. exceeding the exports
during the same period of 1902 by 244-
000 tons. The amount on hand Is esti- j
mated at 358.400 tons, which Is 90.000
tons less than a year ago.
BURNED WITH HOT METAL.
Three Laborers in Colorado Meet Awful
:' Death. . '
Pueblo, Col., July 10. Three laborers
were burned to death at the steel
works today, and two thers Injured.
The men were passing a blast furnace
on their way home when tfce vent blew
out, enveloping them in flames, hot
metal and cinders.
JUST RECEIVED !
Uhe Reliable Clothier and Hatter.
Opposite Palace Restaurant.
Your Money Slipping' Away.
Better Invest It
. . In Our t
We can save
Money For You
Call and see
Bed Room Sets,
And Everything For The House.
ROBINSON'S FURNITURE ST0HE
Latest Operation Indicates That
Life May Be Prolonged .
- 1 QUIET AND PAINLESS DAY
Woke In MglitJ And Asked For
W an ItefttleKg.
Rome July ll.-(4:50 a. irf.-Anot ler
operation which was performed es
terday has brought further relief to
Pope Leo and by It the possibility of
his life being prolonged, "was Increased,
but it can hardly be aald that the oper
atUm Improved his chances of rfcov
ry. '.', ,
, News Just received from the Vatican
says the pope Is now lying in a restless
condition after having had a good sleep
during the early hour of the rnornln?.
Aa the immediate :-esuIt of yesterday's
operation, the pope spent a quiet and
almost painless day.
Shortly before midnight the condition
of the pontiff was reported to have un
dergone no change, ar.d It was addei
that he had Just dropped peacefully In
to a sleep. At that hour ail within
the palace waa -julet, the pontiff's apart
ment alone showing signs of life. The
pope slept until nearly 2 o'clock this
morning, when he awoke, seemingly
more refreshed, and asked for food.
Hla pulse waa taken and waa found to
vary from 87 to W..., His temperature
waa 96 degrees and his breaching Ir
regular. The latti-r part of the r.lgiit
was not so good, owing to the w.-stleaa-ness
and uneasiness of the patient.
PAYS POPE TRIBUTE.
-. Akron, p.. July W At last evening's
session of the' national 'convention of
the Vnlversallst Young People's union,
prayer was offered for the pope and trt
bute of President
Anies to the pope
was applauded. Kyoeh Satoh,
anese graduate of Tuft's college led the
new ' fc'M