The morning Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1899-1930, August 15, 1903, Image 1

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VOLUME LVI.
ASTORIA, ORKGON, SATURDAY, AUGUST 15, 1003.
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NEW HAMMOCKS
Large assortment of unusually hand
some goods just received.
75 cents to $5.00.
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We sell the highest
grade of clothing at figures
which please everybody.
Perfect style, tailoring, fit and quality
here combine with honest prices.
A Trial Convinces
STOKES
Plumbing Troubles
Impt'ifcct jilumbinjt niuke
real trouble. If you have an
Imperfect job, bettor fix it. We'll
tnnko it right for you. "Whether
it's repair or-now Work we respond
promptly, do it well nnd get your
npprovnf with our pay.
W.J. SCULLEY
470-472 Commercial. . Phone Black 2243
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Nothing Pleases
to well aa nicely laundered linen. We
have the neatost and most Military
liumdry In the state and do the best
work.
ALL WHITE HELP.
Comer' Tenth and Duane streets,
Thoneim.
The Troy Laundry
Ladies' Fall Suits are now on .
t Display. , Ladies' Dress and
Walking ( Skirts.
JAMES J. JEFFRIES RETAINS
TITLE TO
In Beginning of Tenth Round Corbetfs
Seconds Give Up Fight to Save Their
Man Needless Punishment.
TWO STOMACH BLOWS DO THE WORK
Ex Champion Makes Gallant Fight, But Is Outpointed and His
Blows Have No Effect Whatever
On Adversary
San Francisco, Cal., Aug. 14. James t
S. Jeffrlts, champion heavy-weight of j
the worl l. jyed with Jl mCorbett fr j
nine round and a half tonight and then
Cornell's seconds motioned to Ui-feree
Graney 10 t"p the fight in order to
save their man from needlens punish
ment. The end cam shortly after the
beginning of the tn'h round when Jef
fertrs muted one of his terrlllc left
sw'Iiiks'oi) Corbet's siotriniTT. The mun
wlio fniiered John L. RuUlvan drop,
ped to the floor In agony and the mem
orable scene at Carimri, when Hob Fit
Simmons landed his solar plexus blow,
aHnoitt duplicated. This time, how
ever OurtK-tt struggled to his feet and
again faced .its gigantic adversary.
With hardly a moment's hesitation Jef
fries planted one of his terrific lefts
on t'ortwu's stonwh. Jim dropped to
the floor, and then It was that Tommy
Ityati, seeing that It was all over, mo
tioned to Keferee Orafley to stop the
pnnlshmmt.
'The light tonight demonstrated that
beyond all doubt Jefferles stands alone
In his class. He showed remarkuble
improvement 'n both speed and akil.
Corbet i. during the first part of the
tight, was almost out-pointed and the
few blows that he landed on Jeffries
wi-re apparently without sting.
Till' FIGHT BY HOUNDS.
Round one They come to the center
of the ring and Jeff chased t'orbett
around and missed a left swing for the
Jhvv Th-y then came together and
parted carefully. Jeff tried a left swing
and then gut a right to body. Jeff fol
lows it with a left high on the body and
they mixed It, Corbett getting light
right to body and Jeff then put a left
rleht over the h-.'irt and hard left to the
body, J.-ff seemed Inclined lo force
matters, ('orb-tt shot his right to
body and they came to a clinch. Jolt
thn hoiked his left hand to Jaw a id
fnrbett twed In with right to wind.
"As the bell rang Jeff went to his con r
smiling. Jeff had a little better of th
found. . .'"
Ttound tjvo They Went to clinch and
Jeft got his left to CorbMfa neck. As
they came out of clinch Jeff landed left
hard on Jim s nose. Jeff swung hard
left, Corbett rushed Inside of It. They
came together again. Jeff got left to
chest. Jeff also got In right to body.
Corbett caught Jeff a vicious left swing
on head, the ehsmplon put a light right
to Jaw. Jim ducked left for head and
landed right on neck. In return he re
volved heavy right Jolt to rUis.
Round three Came together and sep
arated without blows. Jeff landed left
t-wlng on Jim's neck. Folowed him
around landing another to wind. Cor
bett was chased around the ring. Jeff
put a straight left hard to boay. Jeff
caught Jim on Jaw with vicious right.
They clinched. CorbeU claimed foul.
Jeff swung left and right to Jaw. Cor
bett protested to referee that Jeff was
holding on and landed savage to Jaw.
Jeff sent m a left swing to Jaw. They
went In to another clinch. Jeff broke It
up with stiff right and left to body.
This was Jeff's round. ,
Rwund four They weVit Into clinch,
then Jeff forced Corbett back with left
hook to Jaw. Followed it with two lefts
to head. Jeff Jarred Corbett with rak
ing left to Jaw. Folowed it with left
cross to the head. Corbett put left
twice to head and they came together
In Iwrd clinch. Jeff uppercut Corbett
Pears
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Pure soap is as gentle as
oil to the living skin.
Pears' is the purest and :
best toilet soap in all the
world.
gold all orer the world.
CHAMPIONSHIP
with powerful left lo body. Jim stabs
Jeff with left to face, Corbett clinch
ing continually. Jeff landed a bard left
to body and another left and right to
body. Jeff sent Jim to his kntes. He
look count of nine on one knee and
walked Into Jeff, but later rushed aj
him and landed hard right to heart.
Corbett looked anxious and the sound
of the bell Was welcome. "
Hound live They did not get'to cen
ter on 'lime ow ing to Jeff's gloves.be
Ing examined by police captain. Jeff
rurhed in with left to wind and Corbett
got In left swing to head twice. Cor
bett feinted with left and swung right
to head. Jeit landed hard left swing to
head followed quickly with similar,
blow. Again Jeff swung hard left and
right to neck. Jeff met Corbett at all
Klnts and outfought him. Corbett ral
lied and deHvered some good rights and
lefts to Jeff face. Jeff swung left
twice, landed on face and Corbett clinch
ed to avoid punishment. Jeff went to
his corner smiling.
Hound six Roth missed left leads and
went to clinch. Jeff crouching and Jim
blocked twp hard rights. Jeff sent Jim
to lloor with stiff left to Jaw. Corbett
took count and clinched. Jeff was unre
lenttng and pounded left and right
while Corbett hunt; on to avoid punish
ment. Cotbett landed left and right
hard to Jaw. Jeff rushed Corbett into
his own corner, but did not land. Jut
previous to the bell Jim uppercut Jeff
on Jaw with hard right but did not fase
Jeff. 'Corbett want to his corner smil
ing but looked very much fatigued.
Hound seven Jeff rushed Corbett
about ring and they went to clinch.
Jeff stopped Jim with left on face but
was not hard. Jeff drove hard left to
body and was partially bloeked. He
followed with left to Jaw and followed
with two more to fame place Jim yelled
put sarcastically "He can't knock me
but." This angered Jeff. Corbett then
put rlgh to head and hard left to wind,
left to body followed with trriflc left
Heft to wind. Jeff then got In light
left to bsdy followed with terrlfflc left
swing tc jaw. Corbett came back with
three stiff lefts an 1 rights on Jeff's face
and the bell found them In a clinch.
Covbett smiled as he went to hlsjwner
as if to" Indicate J-.at Jeff had not done
him tiarm. Jeff hit long lead.
Hound eight Corbett led with left
for foreheud and Jeff bored In Ineffect
ually. Jeff f.ot lis Hsht to body and
Corbett put In three-defts and rights to
face and Jeff smiled, Jim got In left to
face and In return received heavy right
swing on neck. Clinched. Jeff caught
Corbett with rtgM to Jaw and left to
body. Corbett came back with stiff Jolt
to face and followed It with two more
to sume place. Jeff received smart left
on face and Jim ducked two lefts and
upper-cut Jeff on Jaw with his right
Corbett then went In and jarred Jeff
with succeselon of rights and lefts to
Jaw-. Cell rang at this stage with Jeff
bleeding at mouth. The uproar was so
great that th bell could not be heard
Jim showed wonderful recuperative
powers In this round. -
Round nine Jeft rushed in like a bull
but Jim clinched and got In left to Jaw
They mix It and Jim put in right up
per-cut to head. Jeff found Corbett
harder to find. Corbett landed two
stiff lefts to body and right and left to
head. Jeft bored In with right to body
and kidneys and in mixup Corbett Jolt
ed Jeff with right to body twice, stab
bed him with succession of lfts to face
anu cimcnea. jim got in leu to face
Jeff put a ponderous left to body and
right to head. He put Jim back with
straight left to face as bel -fang. Cor
bett landed a greater amount of blows
in this round and seemed to have ,the
champion guessing. , ,
Hound ten They at once went to
clinch. Jeft swung his left to the face
hard and right to wind. Corbett put
In a straight to face and Jeft got in
hard right to the wind. Jeft floored Cor
belt with wicked hook to the solar plex
us. Jeff sent Corbett to the mat for
nine seconds with a powerful left hook
to the stomach and when Corbett arose
i was shukln like a leaf and evidently
suffering terribly. Jeff finally floored
him again and Corbetts seconds then
threw up the sponge. Corbett was car
ried to bis comer and vomited some.
Corbett eventually recovered and shook
hands with bis master at the pugilistic
game.
CHICAGO JURIST ON '
EVILS OF MONOPOLIES
JUIXiK GUOrfriCUI' BAYS THAT IN
GOVERNMENT SUPERVISION OF
ORE AT CAPITALISTIC COMBINES
LIES ONLY HOPE FOB PERPET
UATION OF NATION
Dixon, Ht. August 14. Judge Peter
Grosscup of the United States Circuit
Court, In an address here before the
Lutheran Assembly, expressed Ms be
lief that In the supervision of monop
olies by the government lies the only
hope for the perpetuation of the Am
erican nation, and sounded a note of
warning against the manipulation of
securities in the Interest of unscrupul
ous proinoters and speculators.
In face of the fact that within the
last few years the deposits in saving
banks have increased from $2,000,000,000
to $10,000,000,000 a sinister rather than
a sanguine meaning waa iraceu, tne
Judge declaring that under normal con
ditions this vast amount would have
been Invested by the laboring classes.
but that it was lying idle "because po
lite swindlers and blgh-up rascals were
?,ble to subvert the laws and give to
stocks a value -hat they do not really
possess.
"We can never go back to the days of
pur boyhood," said the speaker, "but we
can go bask to the days when the man
with JIM lid not have to hoard it or
entrust It to his neighbor for safekeep
ing, but could put it into Industries,
sure that It would return with earnings.
'What should be done? Change the
laws so that no set of men can organ-
lie a corporation except on a strict le
gal basis. Then put it under such sup
ervision ta the National banks are sub
ject to, and I believe, that little by llt
tl?, this immense hoarding In the sav
ings banks of $10,000,000,000 will be
trickling Into ownership again. 1
"I say nothing against the man who
makes his fortue honestly," said Judge
Grosscup, "but when I see the laws of
my country, introduced to enable men
to consolidate money for the public
good, turned Into excuse for swindles
that sho'ild land the promoters In the
penitentiary, and whe I see that to be
the almost uiversal history of corpor
ations, every drop of my blood boils
With hate and .evenge." ' ,
FISHERMEN AROUSED
action $F Captain of Canad
ian REVENUE CUTTER PETREL
IN FIRING ON AMERICAN
SCHOONER PROVOKES WRATH
New York, August 14. Dunkirk fish-
ermen are aroused over the action of
the capraln of the Canadian revenue
cutter Petr.d, who turned the vessel's
euns on the American tug Silver Spray,
saya a Herald dispatch from Dunkirk,
N. Y. :;:
Prastio measures are to be used by
the captains of 20 fishing tugs of this
port to protect themselves from the cap
tain of the Petrel, who several weeks
ago captured and towed to Tort Co
burn, Ont., the tug Kitty D. which at
the time was in American waters.
Although secrecy is being maintained
It has became known that several of
the captains are preparing to meet the
captain of the Petrel at his own game.
When the CanjKan cutter next tries
any tacttc like those performed with
the Silver Spray, It Is said to be not at
all unlikely that shot will be returned
for shot and that Lake Erie will be the
scene of a naval batt'e.
COLOMBIA ACCEPTS TREATY
ADDS NINE AMENDMENTS TO THE
HAY-HERRAN TREATY SENATE
WILL DISCUSS MATTER IN PUB
LIC SESSIONS
New York, August 14.-A cable dis
patch to the Herald from Bogota, Col
ombia, says:
"The canal reaty committee has ren
dered a report accepting the Hay-Her-ran
treaty with n'ne substantial am
endments. Senor Perrexetlo and Joaquin Urlbe
of the committee voted for the rejec
tion of the entire treaty. The senate by
a vote of 17 to S has decided to discuss
the treaty In public sessions, Jn spite of
the opposition of the minister of foreign
affairs to such a plan.
SALMON SEASON COMES
TO SPECTACULAR FINISH
Privilege of Corralling the Toothsone
Royal Chinook Expires By Limitation
at Six O'clock This Morning
ESTIMATE OF COLUMBIA RIVER PACK
Will Fall Short of 1902, But Indications Are That Decrease Will Be
t Small New Run of Fish Comes on The River
at Twelfth Hour.
When the Astortan reaches its read
ers this morning the fishing season will
have expired by limitation, and the
Ruyal Chinooks can move leis
urely toward the headwatersof the Co
lombia, having until September 10 to
reach the spawning ground. '
The close of the season has been some
what spectacular, especially the cli
max which was marked by a new run of
fish, the quality and quantity being re
markably good. All of yesterday the
boats came In from the seining ground
with Immense hauls and the gillnetters
were amply rewarded for the assidu
ous manner In which they applied them
selves to the work of gathering In the
offspring of the genus salmo. Every
body was satisfied, which is saying a
great deal sometimes, and no regrets
were beard yesterday from any source
that the season cannot be extended.
Neither canerymen, eddstorage men or
fishermen deny that the fish "being
caught now are slightly inferior to the
run at the beginning of the season, and
as all have done well everything con
sidered, there la manifest a feeling of
general gladness that the close of the
season has been reachdv
Compared with last year the 1903 run
will show a slight decrease, but aa noth
Ing definite can be ascertained concern
ing the pack on the Columbia river this
season It is impossible to render any
thing but an approximate estimate of
the total output.
The salmon pack last year was larg
er than any preceding pack for a per
iod of tout' years. The total output ln
eluding thit preserved by cold storages.
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imm furniture
Cots, Steels, Stoves, Cheap
Klatresses and Everything for
...the Seaside ...
Elegant Iron Beds
Handsome Tables and Chairs
Prices guaranteed the lowest
Robinson's furniture Store j
The
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DO YOU
Cafe
WILL MAD I SO
;. Keeps All Leading
534, Com'l St.,' and U4, uth St., '
amounted to 440.574. An estimate this
year places it at 411,540. These figures
however, are subject to revision, aa
many of the canners and cold storage
men declined to state what their pack
amounted to. It is quite possiole that
the estimate may be In excess of the
pack, in view of the fact that the firt
heavy run did not materialize till July
31. .Thousands of fislr were' refused by
! the canners, and were dumped Into the
I river. , ,
In commplling the following estimate
the Astorian received figures from the
cannerymen and cold storage men di
rect. Not all of them, however were
prepared to approximate their pack,
and the figures credited to them were
fjased on general conditions:
' ESTIMATED PACK.
Union fishermen's Co-Operatlve
Packing Co 30,004
Tallant ft Grant Packing Co.... 10,000
Sanborn, Cutting Co 24,000
A Booth ft CO. ....... ...... 28,000
ilcGowans (three canneries) ... 35,000
Pillar Rock Packing Co. ........ 19,000
J. J. Megler ft Co. 18,50t
F. M. Warren 26.00
it. A. Seaborg ..,.'.T.."..r.T : 5,000
Columbia River Packers Assao-
ctatlon ...........;.... 110,000
COLD STORAGE PRODUCT.
Estimating the cold storage product
At 6.436 tierces, on a basis ofl.000 pounds
of raw material to the tierce, this would
be equivalent to 11LS40 cases of salmon
added to the season's pack,-making a
total of 411,540 cases. As In the matter
of the salmon pack on the river , the es
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