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AoIOIJA I IL-Llv LORAaI ASSGCiMfe
ASTOUU; OREGON, Tlll'KSDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1903.
TTESK art thro style that will bit tht fancy of tboM who know uf
tbloi at all about STYLISH TOGGERY. Ih Top Coat
la thi vtry limit of " propern ' (if you will allow ui to cola a nw word),
and tbi otbar two will itand tht tamt tzpreulon. In tbt language of tha
cwHim.cw a nw. Wa, nxmt. coat are provide
With tha COltCAVE SHOULDER and CLOSE-FITTDIO COLLAR, which hay
mtt'Jh to do with tha smart, wU-buUt appaaranca of thli famoua brand.
Pure Prepared Paint
Fisker . Bros
Large assortment of unusually hand
some foods just received.
75 cents to $5-00.
a jr . m i zi m he v"'-- k-
AsH for Our
"Good Shoes for BadJBoys"
One Trial Will Win You.
Wo have the lost lino of Misses' School Shoos iu Calf and
Dongola at $1.25 t3 $1.75 Boys School Suits and Oil Coats
Misses' and Ladies'. Waterproof Mackintoshes Misses' Tarns
and Felt UntH General lino of school supplies, Slates, Tablets,'
Lend Pencils. s : . '. i i : : : :
THE. BEE HIVE
WHERE YOU CAN ALWAYS BE SATISFIED,
art ALL RIGHT
Tna Top Coat ma
b worn by tha
abort, tall or madl
ua man, but tha
other style, art
mad apadally to
att o9 Ihf ihama
of lata Who art
goodly air ad aad
who know how
to carry Mwll
clothtt." it abort
maa In an EogUah
woul4 not ba tery
to call btra and try
It on. Aa uiual
with all garmanta
mada by Crouaa &
lUw York, then
Only By , ...
to well aa nicely laundered linen, v"
have the neatest and most aanltary
laundry In the st ate and do the beet
work. . .'
ALL WHITE HELP.
Corner Tenth and Duana atreeta.
The Troy Laundry
Powers are Pointing Out to Porte
the Danger of Continueinj
LfTTLE HOPE FOR BULGARIA
Statement la Mle .That Three
Countries Have lteftiweil
.. r to Interfere.
London, 8epe. 11 The effort of the
power, cooling to the latent tele
grams, are directed both at Constanti
nople and Bofla toward an endeavor to
avert war, It In etated that all the am
basaador at Constantinople have etpll
ed the attention -it the port to the
danger of permitting a continuation of
the xevA In Macedonia by Turkish
troops and Irregular.
The la'ly Chronicle nays It under
tun In that Ormt Britain has decided
on a stllll stronger step In the dis
patch of the squadron In support of her
diplomatic endeavor at Constantinople
to put n end to the massacre. It 1
Impossible, however, to conllrm or deny
lb Chronicle' statement.
Most of the special correspondents In
the ni-ar east consider war Inevitable,
but think It may yet be delayed, a
nclilH-r .he Turks nor the Bulgarian!
are renlly prepared for It. The latter
are not sufficiently armed, while Tur
key does not feel safe until her lines
of communication are less at the mercy
of the Hutgarlan Insurgent bands.
. CAN EXPKCT NO HELP.
floP.a. Sept. i6.-AUb.ough no formal
replies have been received to trhe Bul
anrtan government' note, It Is stated
that representatives of three great
power have requested their consuls to
Bulgaria to remain quiet, as, In event
of war with Turkey. Bulgaria need not
expect any help In foreign quarttrs.
MimjintED BT TURKS.
Salonlca. Sept. 16-An Insurgent band
of 650 men was annihilated by TJrks
September It between Istlbb ana ura
tova. WIU. SUPPLY EASTERN MARKET.
San Francisco, Sept. 1.-An organi
sation of redwood lumber merchants
and manufacturers of California,' ,pp
reseiitlng millions of capital and com
posed of the heaviest mill and shipping
corporations In the lumber trade, has
been perfected here for the purpose of
handling for the eastern market the
enormous demand for redwood lumber,
The organisation, which has a capital
of l,OO0.0OO. Includes one of the largest
producers of redwood luniDer in wio
state. The headquarters of the new
concern will be at Los Mcdanoa, Cal.
. NEW COAST FREIGHT RATES.
San Francisco. Sept. 1G6.-The .new
transcontinental freight rntes affecting
California and the entire Paclflo coaBt
will be put into force October 13. Rail
way freight officials have just made the
announcement for the benefit of ship
per and merchants who regulate their
purchase and shipments by the trans
portation charges. Some commodities
have been raised in price, a few were
lowered' and a large number are differ
ently classified. Copies of the new
schedule will be out In about a week.
BUBONIC PLAGUE REPORTED.
Manila, Sept. 16.-8:10 P. m.-One
hundred cases of bubonic plague are
rcnorted In Tondo. the most northern
and populou? suburban district of this
city. Of these 80 have had a ratal ter
mination. Twelve, cases, with nine
deaths, are also reported from Cebu,
in the province of Visnyas.
Cholera is prevalent In all parts of the
Islands, the result of an absence of
. CASE LIKE THAT OF MATTHEWS.
South McAlcster, I. T Sept. 16.-A
special meeting of the republican cen
tral committee of Indian Territory held
here today accepted the resignation of
Chairman W. H. Darrow. He Is
Vnlted tate marshal for the northern
. . m i...il,,a
district and the department oi
i,, jt'ncral rul against
1 ,1 department serv
ing cl.u.nn uf any political organ
isation in any state or territory.
CABLE SHIP STARTS NORTH
To Lay Wire From Head of Lynn
Canal to Seattle. ;
Seattle, Sept, 16. (Beckl)-The
United State cable ship Burnslde sail
ed for the north last night, to continue
the work of laying the cable from "he
head of Lynn canal by way of Sitka,
the capital of Alaska, to this city. She
has a stretch of 600 mile of cable
aboard, which was transferred from the
steamship Texan, which brought the
cable around tha Horn from New Tork.
On board the Durnslde when she sail
ed were General A. W. Oreely. chief
signal officer of the United State army;
Colonel Jame Allen, of the lgnal
corps, undr wh-se general supervision
the line wUl b told; Captain Edgar
Russell and Captain George C. Bur
nell, of the signal corp; Henry Win
ter, cable engineer; Lieutenant Charles
P. F. Chandler, ot the quartermaster'
department. Captain A: H. Laffln I
In command of the re!. t
The Burnside proceeds direct to
Juneau, where, after making a shore
line connection, sha will 4eave for Sit
ka, paying out about f&O miles between
the two towns, and continuing south
from the capital by the open ocean, as
for as the cable rope will reach, possi
bly to a point off Queen Charlotte Isl
and. It Is expected that the entire con
signment of cable on the Burnside will
V lall and the vessel be back In iKs
port for the final link by October 15.
WILD AND WOOLT I AST
New York. Sept 16. A band of ruf
fians numbering nbout 30, known to the
police on the East side a the "Cherry
Hill gang,"engaged In a hooting af
fray early today at Rlylngton and El
dredge treet. One man was seriously
wounded and his assailant pursued by
a policeman, did not halt until he was
brought to the ground by a bullet.
The battle, according to the police,
wa the result of an old feud between
two gangs on the East side. Hundreds
of persons on the East Side were arous
ed by the shots and two policemen,
who were quickly on the scene, saw the
guig running away. They found a man
on the sidewalk, suffering apparently
from severe wounds. Leaving the in
jured man they started In pursuit of
the one whom they believed to have
caused his wound.
A running fight ensued and the man
finally fell with a shot through the
body. When the police returned to the
scene of the fight they found that the
first victim had crawled away. Later
a man was picked up in. the Bowery
Following the usual custom among
the roughs who tire identified with the
"Cherry Hill gang" the wounded man
refused to talk to the police about the
New York, 8epL.16.-It Is authorita
tively stated that the president's posi
tion In the mayoralty situation In New
York Is as follows:
Th president hi.s net Interftred and
will n .si Intjrftre hi any way, shape or
manner, c'ther for or against the nomi
nation of a:iy candidate for mayor.- A
an individual ."ie president U of course
keenly Interested In the success of any
movement tor good government In the
city of New York, as in any city In the
land, but he does not regard it-aa-WUf
part of his duty as presltent to use his
position to influence In any way any
municipal electon. .'
Chicago, SepL 16. Sir Thomas Lip
ton Is suffelng from "colitis and catar
At tonight the condition of Sir "Jhom
ns had not materially changed. It was
announced that the condition of the
patient was "satisfactory." Positive
decision had not been reached as to
whether or not it would be necessary
to perform an operation, but the opin
ion of the doctors was that the proba
bilities are against auch a step. ,
While the physicians were leaving
the hotel tonight Dr. Selm remarked:
"e will be quite lucky to puU through
this without an operation."
MARYLAND DEMOCRATS NOMINATE,
Baltimore, Sept. 16. The democrats
of Maryland held their state conven
tion tonight and nominated the follow
ing ticket: v .
Governor Edward Warfleld, of How
State controller Dr. Gordon T. At
kiuson, of Somerset county.
Attorney-general Wm. 8hepard Bry
an, of Bttltlmo.
IN THE EAST
Storm Strikes the Atlantic Coast,
Doing Immense Damage to
PLAYS HOVAC IN NEW YORK
Store of Veaaelg Wrecked and
Many Crewa Lost Presl
: dent Caught a i Sea.
New York, Sept. H. Greater New
York and Its environments for several
miles in all directions were visited to
day by the fiercest wind and rain
storm known in year. The day began
with rain, which Increased with the
wind, and for about two houra near
midday the combined fury of ehe ele
ment wrought damage on land and
water amounting to many thousands
of dollars. The gale culminated In a
wind velocity of 54 mile an hour. Ap
parently solid sheet of water drove
across the city and thsre wa a precip
itation of one and one-half inches in
The t,ale wa especially severe at sea,
causing havoc to shipping down the
bay. w here many vessels were sunk or
wreckel The worst damage waa re
ported from Staten Island. The entire
fleet ot the Staten Island Yacht Club
was either sunk or wrecked.
FItESIDENT IN A STORM.
New York, SepLli President Roose
velt is resting quietly on his train to
night after another day of strenuous
and varied experience. While enroute
from Oyster Bay to New York, on the
naval yacht Sylph, he passed through
a terrifying wind and rain storm, dur
ing which the vessel was In immediate
danger. Subsequently be visited tho
Immigration station on EUls Island,
New York bay, and made a thorough
Inspection of the institution.
Tonight at Jersey City he boarded a
special on the Pennsylvania which is
to carry him, Governor . Murphy, ot
New Jersey, and their invited guests
to the battleground of Antletam.
There tomorrow will occur the ce-e-monles
Incident to the dedication of the
monument erected to the memory of tho
New Jersey soldier who fell In the
In Hell Gate, a quarter of a mile off
the port bow of the Sylph, a tugboat,
having In tow a large three-m:ited
schooner, was capsized by the wind
n,ul wavves. She sank stern foremost,
but did not settle completely out of
sight for perhaps five minutes. Lieu
tenant wished to stand by to render
such assistance as he could, but Capt.
Broinard, an experienced pilot. w"ho
was at the wheel, declared It would be
foolhardy for the Slyph to attempt a
rescue In such a etorrh. The president
knew nothing, of the capsizing of the
tugboat until nearly an hour after. He
then expressed the wish that some as
sistance might have been rendered.
MANY VESSELS LOST.
Delaware Breakwater, SepL 16. The
schooner Hattle A. Mash, with a cargo
cf navltiR stone, was dashed to pieces
on the rocks of the Harbor of Refuge
during the storm today. Captain Me-
heffy and four of the crew were lost.
P.eports are being received of the toss
of many other vessels, and It Is feared
many persons have been drowned.
FOR PHILIPPINE EXHIBIT.
Satr franclsco, Sept. U.-The collect
or of custom I In receipt of Informa
tion from the -treasury department
that an exhibit on the part of the gov
ernment of the Philippines to portray
Its products, manufactures, arts.cthnol
ogy and education at the' Louisiana
purchase exposition at St, Louis Is con
templated, and that the exhibit will ne
cessitate the- bringing to the United
Slates of upwards , of ,12,000 residents
and aoDroxlmately 10.000 tons of freight
of miscellaneous character, such as
nuturally goes towards the making up
of an exhibit of the kind Intended. The
great bulk of this freight and the entire
passenger movement will -come by
AD Kinds ot Mattresses
Made to Order
Furniture. Stoves. Tiaware, Hoase Furnishings.
Second-band Goods Boogbt And Soli. '
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