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About The morning Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1899-1930 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 22, 1904)
ASTORIA, OREGON FRIDAY, JANUARY 22, 1904.
k Hary Mason Marries Oregon Girl While
Having Wife Living at Centralia.
Returns From Wedding Trip and Goes to Work, but Is Soon Taken
Into Custody by His Bride's Father, Who Will Prosecute
f . i on Criminal Charge', vt-:
The Dalle. Ore., Jan. II 0. W.
Bunn, of this city, his caused the ar
Test of Harry Mason oa a charge of
Bigamy . Mason was married to Bunn s
t daughter, Barbara, about a month ago,
if and the couple left on a wedding trip.
After the) return. Mason secured work
an Andrew frtjuharfs farm, about four
J mile from this city, where he has been
) staying with htof bride. The father
i tt the girl, however, began to hear ru
' mors of a former wife, which Mason
" let In Centralis, Waah., and upon ln-
TacUgattoncansed the arrest of his son-in-law.
Mason Is now In the county
. Jan. while tho district attorney In
vestigating the case.
The accused came to this city about
U weeks ago, and before his marriage
was employed In a barber ahop. He
formerly resided here, three years ago.
however, and was at one tlms an un
dertaker. His wife professes to believe
tn his Innocence.
tt has been ascertained that Mason
formerly lived In Centralis, Wash.,
DAMAGING TESTIMONY IN
COURT AGAINST CAPTAIN
Victoria, B. C, Jan. II. Captain
Mackintosh, a boatman who has charge
of the lifeboat of the Clallam, which
was recovered with the body of Miss
Harris in It, gave evidence before the
coroner's Inquest today that the boat
was not properly equipped. If It had
been It would have lived after being
towered. The cap of the plug was not
attached, and the boat had filled
through the plughole and swamped.
Unattached rowlocks and other articles
found In the boat showed that It had
Mackintosh criticised Captain Rob
Change In International "Affairs
Brought About by the
- United States.
SPEECH BY EX-SECRETARY
While War May Sot B a Thing
f the Past, America Takes
Big Stride Toward
J ..Vniversal Peacev
Albany, N. T., Jan, 11. The aa
nual report to the State Bar associa
tion and its guests was delivered by
Former Secretary of State John Foster,
whose subject was "What the United
States Has Done for International Ar
Mtration." He said:
"By Us steady championship of a
freer commerce and of most elevated
principles of conduct In war, . the
United States has brought about an
almost complete change In the prac
tice ot nations. , There still demands
to be incorporated Into international
law one of the principles announced
No disease causes so much bodily discomfort, or itches, and burns like
Eczema. Beginning often with a slight redness of the skin it gradually
spreads, followed by pustules or blisters from which a gummy, sticky fluid
ouzts which dries and scales off or forms bad looking sores and scabs. It ap
pears on d ifferent parts of the body but oftenest upon the back, arms, hands,
icgo aim late, aau is a
veritable torment at
times, especially at
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The terrifying itching
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with a woman whom he claimed as
his wife. After his marriage to Bar
bara Bunn, Information of this kind
came through a friend, Jesse James,
but Miwa claimed that the woman In
Centralla was not his wife. After his
arrest, however, he told his attorney,
A, S. Bennett, that he had a divorce
from his former wife, but Could not tell
where the decree was obtained.
Barbara Bunn had known Mason but
three weeks at the time of their mar
riage. She was only II years of age,
and her father and friends tried to dis
suade her from the marriage, but Ma
son went to Portland shortly before
Christmas and obtained a license. Bunn
then gave In and said It hts daughter
was determined they should be married
here. After the marriage Mason ran
bills on his father-in-law's credit and
also disposed of his wife's gold watch.
He la traveling " under an assumed
name, but his real name Is unknown.
James Is now In Seattle, looking up the
former wife. '
erta' actions severely, and said Roberts
knew many places where the Clallam
could have been beached, even without
her engines, If he had used seamanship
and the sails of the Clallam were prop
erly equipped. He and another witness
gave Instances of life rafts and equip
ment having been borrowed by local
steamers for the purpose o passing
Inspection. : 11
Captain Colllster, Inspector of hulls,
testified of hts Inspection ot the steam
er. He said she was well constructed
and properly equipped.
by the founders ot our government and
steadily advocated up to this day
the exemption from seizure of private
prcperty on the sea In time of war.
President Roosevelt,' reiterating the
words ot his Illustrious predecessor in
his last message, has again urged It
upon the nations ot the world, and the
day is I think, not distant when It
will be accepted by them.
"As our country from Its earlies his
tory led the nations of the earth In
creating a more ilevated and perfect
syHten of International law, so also It
has been the most active In adjust
International controversies and pre
serving peice by means ot treaties of
arbitration. ' ' ' " . '
"The most important acts "Of the
United States In respect fa the peaceful
solution of the International controver
sies form a record of which 'every Am
erican may be Justly proud. - The era
of warfare has not ceased upon the
earth, but if the principles for which
our country has contended from lts
earliest history should universally pre
vail among men, the future of nations
will be quite different from the paaC't
Upper Astoria has a place where you
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tf Opposite Kopp's Brewery.
sum on Fins
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grew worse, and I was convlnoed to
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ternal applications, receiving bat
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If Six Years OU fill W
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when the top of hsr bead became eov
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Gent maskers .tl 00
Lady maskers 60
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members. An additional .pi lie will be
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