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VOLUME LVI. I
ASTORIA, OREGON, SUNDAY, Al'GUST 1903.
TURKS ARE COMMITTING
. WHOLESALE OUTRAGES
HAMBURG BELLE WINS
IN DRIZZLING RAIN
rmwvr "'y - a '
( M iUli
h k mil nnn nrarni
Pure Prepared Paint
Sold Only By
Large assortment pf unusually hand
some goods just received.
75 cents to $500.
J . N . GRIFFIN.
HUB BEE HIVE
Pleases the eye
We sell (be highest
grade of clothing at figures
which please everybody.
Perfect style, tailoring, fit and. quality
here combine with honest prices.
A Trial Convinces
Agent for the famous Dunlap Hat
Iinpt'ilcct nhinibiiifi makes
mil trouble. It you lmvo un
impeifrct jolt, lictttT tlx it. We'll
make it light for you. AYliether
it's ivjmir or new work wo iwtKiiid
jivoinptly, do it well n nil get your
iijiprovfil with our pay.
W. J. SCULLEY
470-472 Commercial. Phone Black 2243
o well at nicely laundered linen. We
i have the neatest and most sanitary
iMurulrx In the etate and do the best
ALL WHITE HELP.
Corner Tenth and Duane streets.
The Troy Laundry
and House Dresses
Aro Perfect FiUing, Stylish and Comfortable Lin.
iugs Have Light Corset Stays and
Laoes to Support Form
NO HIGHER IN PRICE THAN COMMON
LINE OF FALL STREET HATS
Entire Section of Andrianopole In Ashes
And Other Sections Are Burning
. People Panic Stricken
INSURGENTS OCCUPY MAIN POINTS
Thousands of Albanians Are Pillaging Villages And Entire Coun
try Is Scene of Unusual Terror-Barracks Destroyed
Henna, August. 29. The Dnovmk t ub
Unties a report that on section of the
town of Adrlanopie in ashes and that
there other sretions are burning. Inhab
Hants are punk' stricken and authori
ties have lout all control. Turks are
committing wh il ;-ale massacres. In
Nettled .To Learn That Secretary
Hitchcock Turned Down the
"Surretary Hluh-o-k In hnanc rvr
the mutter of Org :,m lauds. He seen.!
to think that tli re u not un l nevt
lron In Oregt. and that matters
politically are so rot'.-n in this e-te
he must neds turn down the entire
congressional delegation and assume
personal responsibility In filling federal
poaitluns In his department. His policy
Is working an Incalculable injury to the
commerce and in lustry of the slut1, for
he is retarding one of Oregon's great
United States '(Senator TuUon is In
anything but a pleasait frame of mind
since the publication yenun-ay of a
dispatch from "jnhln(on iciuair.ii-g,'
the Information i hat Klwiud W. ravls
of Union county had be-m np;iinted
by the president .is ivg iter Jt ih-3 1.0
Grande land ollU'e. mid tint lol-n W.
Know l. who was una lUto'isly ie
ominended by the Olefin (Vic;; fit ion.
had been turned 1oa. Tin; sei'i n.r re
gards thj opivilut w nt of I'hVit, us a
direct thrust nt :h d-Megatioit, ; nJ be
Is liiclliK'd to res -nt lh" Insult.
"I do not menu that Davis Is not a
roimI man." continued the senator, In
reply to ft question put by an Astoiian
man. "To the conu-i'V. I un.iiil l:m
us hoiterl rtiul ert.;l nt. lint Kiowle
wi,4 itivMO upon as the man fur the
I'nce, nr.d v li'.-l Hint 'ir i-l; - in
the innttci ought, us Is customary, to
Ui respevtvd. IM'-Jr '.lit let , ion Ct iig
ri) an I-i!itv. v sent In Knowlcs'
rame, IllU 'U i '.U seemed diVx.eJ I"
turn us down mi'l held n the "I I" ml
liV'ill, V U'l.'l i hlt ch:tn!'"l' h-t
teen filed aR.vit: !::.o-.vls, I ut Iliuh
.s.'k refus' l absidut -ly o aciui'n: '.s
wth the nun of tlie all-atlnn. He
sent out a -n-: 1 lnsi eetor. i man
r,:imel Oreen, to inv'stli'.e Knowleg'
iKi.rd, anl 1 .v--. m? the in.spo tor's
report was an r.Jverse on.
".Vtttui allv. we decllii''! to '
KnowW naii'e wlthoul s-ue l"nfn.
1 am satlh.l'i the ehm-ges u-n ainli d
to nothing. an.T for this reason am in
clined to be nttled over the ;,iiitter.
Hitchcock Is notoriously antagonistic
to Orem, and lis action In the mutter
of the LaOramle reglstershlp has hot
Senator Fultm added that the secre
tary of the Interior has ben pursuing
an anti-Oregon policy all along. He
has, says the senator steadfastly re
fused to order surveys of public hinds,
with the result the sutlers are shut
out. All entries In this state have been
suspended and Hitchcock has refused
to Issue patents' until a special Investi
gation Is made In the caso of each en
try. , "Why, It would take 40 years to In
vestigate all the land entries pending!"
declared the senator. "No matter
whether or not there Is evidence of
fraud, Hitchcock Insists on a special
investigation In each ens?, and I have
received hundreds of letters from In
tending settlers, asking relief, The
secretary Is withdrawing the public
lands lnthis state and holding them
for forest reserves, and at present has
one-fifth of the total acreage of Oregon
tied up. He is ruining one of Oregon's
greatest industrles-that of lumbering
and his policy of hostility Is working
incalculable Injury to the commerce
and development of the state."
The senator also stated that similar
conditions existed In Washington, but
declined to discuss the probable future
action of the delegation. However, It
is highly probable that the senators will
take steps to combat the scheme of the
secretary. Senator Fulton said that not
a single Instance of fraud had been
found In the entry of Oregon lands.
He Is very much displeased with Sec
retary Hitchcock's action, and feels
that the insult is wholly unmerited,
The matter of confirmation of Mr.
Davis will come up at the next ses
sion of the senate. If the senators
from Oregon make any attempt to turn
down the secretary, the Intention will ,
develop at that time.
surgents no- occupy all the principal
points along the Black sea coast. The
barracks at Demttka, near Adrlanopie
have been blown up and the pjyrrlson
killed. Four thousand AlbanWns are
pillaging- village In the districts of Ok
rd and Krushevo.
COWS TO BE SLAUGHTERED
Dairy Cattle In Montana Must Be
Free From Disease
Uutte, Mont.. August 2J9. A Miner
special front Great Kalis, Mont., says
All the tubercular dairy cows in the
state where the ineat and milk Inspec
tion law is In force will have to be
slaughtered, tiwh Is the opinion of
Attorney-Oencral, Donovan rendered to
State Veterinarisn Knowles, who yes
terday cent a letter ro that effect to
Dot-tor J. H. Irwin, the meat and milk
Inspector of Cascade county.
Although Dr. Irwin has not completed
the tuberculin test on all the dairy ani
mals In tne county, the tests made thus
far show; rhat from 15 to 20 per cent
of the dairy cows In the county are
afflicted with tuberculosis. It Is ap
proximately estimated that there are
nearly 1000 cows in the dairies of the
county, the majority being near Great
Falls and according to the percentage
of animals afflicted with tuberculosis
nearly 200 rows Vlll have to be slaugh
tetvd. Dr. Irwin stated yesterday he
did not know just when the animals
would be killed, but that they would
lie put out of existence in the next three
or four weeks.
GREAT FOSSIL COLLECTION
Dr. Holland Will Make Scientific
v Gift to Museum
New York, August !9.-Dr. William J.
Holland, director of the Carnegie Mus
eum of Pittsburg, Pa., and confidential
adviser to Andrew Carnegie in things
scientific, has passed through this city
with what is believed to be the greatest
(oliectlou of fossils, in point of species,
In the world today. The collection was
purchased from Itaron Pe Covet of
Druss-.'ls, Belgium, at a price said to
A cable dispatch some weeks ago
announced that Mr. Carnegie had pur
chased the collection for Harvard uni
versity. Pr. lloland declares, however,
that it Is for tbe Carnegie Museum of
rittsburg. - '
The collection represents, the work
of over half a century. It contains
fetalis If many birds and fish of which
only one or two duplicates are known
to exist. The Beclmens came across
the Atlantic packed In 2S boxes, the
whole weighing SO tons.
New York, August 29. Labor dis
turbances have arisen in tht; glass
trade which has culminated In the
strike of 1,400 glass workers Jn this city
against the Metropolitan District Mir
ror Manufacturers Association and a
threatened strike by th? Amalgamated
International Qlassworkers Union all
over -the country on September 1, for
uniform rate of wages. The strike In
this city has been precipitated by each
glassworker on applying for employ
ment being required to fill In blanks
In a certificate Issued by the Metropol
itan District Mirror Manufacturers
Association, glvng among other things
the name of the appllcan,the date
when he entered, and left employment
last and the crcumstances under which
he left employment,
BUSINESS DWINDLES LOW
New York, August 29. Business In
the stock market has dwindled down
to the lowest level since the summer of
1900, The coming money requirement
to move the crops and Its effect are
awaited, and all othcrs considerations,
whether favrable or unfavorable, are
Ignored. There is growing confidence
that adequate resources have bnen
conserved to avoid undue money string
ency but any speculative adsorption of
credits is feared, becaus It might en
croach on the supply needed for reg
ular trade purposes.
CASHIER ISSUES STATEMENT
Beaumont, Texas, August 2 9. Cash-
let- A. D. Childress, of the Citizens Na
tional bank has issued a statement In
which he says that an assessment of
100 p?r cent, on the capital stock of
the bank, will be necessary to pay the
depositors In full. The bank was cap
itallsed at J100.000.
Cleveland More Interested in Fish
ing Than in Hoary Headed
MAKES MERRY OVER HIS BOY
Tallies Exactly Nine Pound on
111m Father's Scale and This
Is No Fish Story
' New Tork, August i5.Ex-Presldent
G rover Cleveland bas been making mer
ry with (he members and guests of the
Old Colony Club at a clam bake on
Marshall's Island, says a Times special
from Bourne, Mass. Tbe feature of the
day vc as a short humorous address be
"I hope,' he said, "that the club will
preserve In It sefforta toward the un
remitting preservation of the Buzzards
bay fisheries and I am willing to take
out all the benefits of the club In fish
Ing. Within the past few years I have
been widely Jfered and derided for
spending so much of my time at fishing.
Fov' those who Jeer and deride me I
have only a quiet and Unqualified con
tempt. I go fishing because I UM It
and I hope that I will continue to go
fishing until as near tbe end of the
chapter as possible.
"I should like to say right here that
I am mor Interested In the protection
of the fishing at Iluzzards bay than
about our hoary headed Infant indust
rles. I care more for these fishing In
terests than I do about the policy of the
next Federal administration.
"I hope that the Old Colpny Club will
keep up its fight for the protection of
the fisheries. Let there be no relaxa
tions nor compromise. Keep up ths
"Perhaps some of you are aware that
an Intertttting event has recently taken
place In ur domestic circles. I am proud
to" say that another future fisherman
has quite recently Increased the popu
lation of Buzzards bay by one. Now,
some people are in the habit of telling
fish sotrles and some people, notably a
physician of my acquaintance, are ac
customed to weigh their catch of fish
on their' own private scales. Although
this happy event was not even the oc
casion for telling any unusual yarns,
I put my fish scales into requisition
and- weighed my latest catch honestly
and the tal:y was an even nine paunds."
VALUABLE ENVELOPE MISSING
Bonds And Stock Valued at Over
Million Alleged to Be Lost
St. Paul. August 29. An envelope
said to contain government bonds and
copper mining stock valued at$l,500,0,X
which Joseph Picard said he placed in
a vault at the stati capitol 16 years ago
for safe keeping cannot bc found.
Picard's father, -Joseph Picard. a
wealthy Frenchman, died in Canada
16 years ago, and according to the story
related by the son. placed in his hand
just before his death an envelope
which he was Instructed not to open
until he was 21 year Hd. He was then
14, and adniits that he disobeyed his
dying father's injunction and opened
the envelope, which he found to contain
government bonds valued at $1,000,000
and copper mining stdeks worth half
This envelope. Picard says, he re
settled and took to the capitol where he
asked the officials to place It in a
vault for him for safekeeping. He says
his true name. Alnhonse Petroy, was
written upon the envelope and that
he was told It would be safe as long as
hs cared to leave It In the state's
At Los Angeles Los Angeles 1; Seat
At &m Francisco Oakland forfeited
the game in the Sth Inning to San Fran
Cisco o naccount of the decision of the
umpire by a score of 9 to 0.
At Sacramento Sacramento 4; Port
At Salt Lake Salt Lake 1; Spokane
At Butte First game-Butte 3: Seat
tle 2. "v
At Butte-Second game Butta7; Se
attle . (13 Innings.)
At Washington First Game Wash
ington 2; Boston 3.
At Washington Second game Wash
lngton 1; Boston 1. (U Innings.) v
At St. Louls-St. Louis 4; Cleveland
At Plttsburg-Flrst game-Plttsburg
R; . St. Louis 2. '
At Pittsburg-Second game-PUts-burg
6; St. Louis .
New YnrU. Ana-. 81 There was no
race today between Reliance and Sham
rock owing to a fierce gale prevailing
nff Sin.1v HnnV Tho rnmmittee decid
ed that the race should take place Mon
day an4 every day thereafter until me
International series are finished.
Record Made by Savable at Futurity Race
Last Year Broken Yesterday by
Third Filly to Win Out
SWERVE AT FINISH MARS EVENT
By Last Effectual Spurt Leader Shakes Off Leonidas and Wins By
Head, Losing Length That Was Nearjy
Gained : '
New York, Aug. 29. Hamburg Bell,
daughter of the famous Hamburg, won
the futurity today in a footing not to
her liking, but In a race marred only
by her swerve near the finish.
Her performance, full six furlongs in
1.13, Is la a record for a race at that
distance. From Wt to 1901 inclusive
the futurity course was 1T0 feet short
of six furlongs. Savable made a record
of 1:14 last year. ,
When Leonidas challenged, sixteenth
from the finish, Fuller struck Hamburg
Bell with his whip and she swerved
sideways six feet, reducing her length's
lead to nothing. The boy then dropped
hfs whip, called on her to do her best
best, and spurting away she shook off
Ler sturdy half brother, winning the
COFFEE DEALERS FAIL
Chicago, August 29. A dispatch to
the Record-Herald from Canton, 0
says: ...... ,
Announcement is 'made here of tha
failure of Dannemiller & Co., coffee
dealers of -Brooklyn, , the amount in
volved In the failure being placed at
nearly $10.000.. Nearly all the com
pany's paper is held by eastern banks
and brokers. The failure is said to
have b?en caused by the war of prices
between big coffee combines. It' is ex
pected that relatives of members of
the company will aid In meetingthe in
debtedness. The Dannemiller i Grooery
Company of this city ,ls not Involved in
the failure. , ;.. ,
! I Camp Foroi toreli
Cots, Steels, Stoves, Cheap
Matresses and Everything for
See Car New line 6f
Elegant Iron Beds
Handsome Tables end Chairs
Prices guaranteed the lev, est
j Robinson's Furniture Store j
THE REGATTA IS OVER I
But the Success of That Event was in no
Manner Greater than that of the
AND MANRARA BOQUET
Carried at TRULLINGER'S the only
two cigar stores in tne city-
Agents for the
Portland Safe & Lock Co.
Call and see samples.
Awnt for Portland Sail & Awning Co.
Sails, Tents, Awnings, and Covers.
Commercial St P.
greatest two-year-old prise of the
world by head. Leonidas was second,
Minute Man was third.
Rain (or two days proceed futurity
day and an early light drizzle turned to
a fine stinging rain driven by a stiff
wind down the course, Just before the
great race. Eighteen horses faced the
Starter. " ,
Hamburg Bel Is the third filly to win
the futurity. Her owner, Mr. Paget, Is
credited with winning $30,000. and J.
J. Ryan $50,000. ' Sidney Paget lessee
of Hamburg Bell's running qualities re
ceived J6,(0. Leonidas von $4,250 and
$2,250 went to Minute Man. Hamburg
B?lle and Delhi were favorites in bet
ting. - ...
FIRST WIRELESS MESSAGE
Chicago, August 29. The first wire
less telegraph message ever sent to
Chicago from Lake Michigan has been
delivered to President James H. Grah
am of the Graham & Morris line. Des
patched from the steamer City of Mil- ,
waukee 25 miles from shore, the mes
sage was received at the station In the
tower of the Montgomery Ward build-,
ing two hours before, jtho City of Mil
waukee steamed into port. When the
City of Chicago, bound for St. Joseph,
met the City of Milwaukee they con .
Versed freely' at a distance of five miles,
and it .-was agreed that the Malwaukee
should try to get communication with
the Chicago station.
Give us yonr order for
tatest- and Best Phono
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