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THE MORNING ASTORIAN, TUESlMr, FEBRUARY 23, 1904.
CRANK WANTS PRESIDENT
TO CHANGE NAME SYSTEM
Has Caused a
Wide Fly Waiy
Convention Date Flx.d.
Helena, Feb, 23. The republican
state committee, at & meetlnir today,
tlxed April 13 aa the hate fur holding
the state convention to elect delegate
to the national republican convention.
The convention will meet at Helena.
Washington, Feb. S3. Edward Rel
irar, who gave his address aa Chicago,
was arrested at the White House to
day and locked up, pending an inquiry
Into his mental condition. 1 Relgar evl
dently Is of unbalanced mind. He has
written many letters to the president,
' suggesting that people be named in
! accordance with their occupations.
Thus he maintains that a dealer In
wood should be named Wood, a carpen
ter should be named Carpenter, and so
on throughout the list. He says that
the present" scheme of naming people
has caused a war among the flies
which may be ended only by the adop
tion of his suggestion.
For many weeks the secret service of
ficers have been on the lookout for
him, and when he appeared Unlay he
was promptly placed in custody. Rel
gar 'desired to see the president to as
certain why his letters had not been
answered. When he was searched a
loaded revolver and uhx of cartridges
were found In his pockets. The officers
had no difficulty in getting him away
from the White House. He was then
taken to police heudnuarters, where he
was turned over to the authorities, Rel
gar says he Is a miner and railroad
man. He arrived here Saturday night.
An examination of his effects dis
closed copies of several letters he had
written to the president and some doc
uments Indicating that he was inter
ested in patent devices.
. Chinese Brigands Operate N
St.. Petersburg, Feb. 4 M. Heavy
snows and bllaxards over the Siberian
railway, especially east of ltnlkal, arc
largely Increasing the difficulties f
transporting troops, beside better en
abling the Chinese brigands to onr
ate. Japanese agents , are reported
north of Vladlvostock, Inciting the brt
ganda to action.
Fla.no lessons by experienced German I
teacher. Trof. , Karl II. , Mandortr
room 10, Main Street House.
FlveJchttlrs at the Occident barber
shir. You do not have to wait, Only
first class barbers. Hatha. ,
The annual loss from the burning of
buildings lit the United States Is about
13MU0.0OO, not Including cost of In-
suronce and the appliance for Are pro
tection. ' .
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CONVENNTION IS POSTPONED.
Democrats Put Off Tikel Unti After
Portland, Feb. IS .At a meeting of
the democratic state central committee
this afternoon, it was decided not to
put any ticket in the field until after
the republicans had held their prim
aries and to that end decided not to
hold the state convention until April
In Memory of Washington.
Chicago, Feb. S2. The anniversary
of the birth of Washington was ob
served here today by the Unon League
Club with two meetings at the audi
tortum theater, one in the morning and
the othr 'n the afternoon, and a ban
ipiet tonight to the members of the
club. The principal service was held
In the afternoon'when Elihu Root, for
mer secretary of war, delivered an ad
dress on the "Ethics of the Panama
Question. " '
FUNSTON COMING TODAY.
General Funston and Others Will Visit
. . t'he Dredge Chinook.
"Portland, Ore., Feb. 22. A dlstin
. gulahed party of United States army
' officers and government , officials will
leave here tomorrow morning for the
"mouth of the, Columbia river, to watch
the operations of the dredge Chinook.
was the principal sneaker at the large
monthly meeting tonight of the Amer
lean academy of political and social
science at the new century drawing
room. The large audience warmly
greeted the baron. After the ambas
sador had concluded his address, he
was tendered a reception by the mem
bers of the academy, '
PERSONAL MENTION. ?
Mrs. H. E. Judge is In the city from
Portland visiting with Mrs. E. W.
Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Pendleton have
returned home from Portland. Mr.
Pendleton Is very much Improved in
health, s , , . ;
Mrs. Campbell, who has been 111 In
one of Portland's hospitals for some
weeks, is home again, greatly Improved
Miss Grace Wright, who has been
visiting with her uncle's family, Rev.
Mr. Larson, . left yesterday for her
home In Oakland, Cat.
Charles Isaacson, who has been In
the city for the past few days In con
nection with the settling up of his
father's estate, is now en route for the
east, having obtained a satisfactory
settlement. - ,
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Rev. Oscar Ostrom returned yester
day from Chinook, where he spent last
Sunday. He expects to . leave this
evening for Tacoma to attend the an-
Help wanted Reliable energetic
workers to distribute circulars. Good
pay. No canvassing. Co-operutlve
Advertising Co., New York.
ADIOS RADIOS RADIOS
"The food of the Chinese consists
principally of rlcev and fish." That
statement has appeared In nearly every
school geography or history that has
beeu published since the flood. "It's all
foldcrol and flapdoodle," says a conces
sionaire from the interior of the great
empire. "The. streams were fished out
ages ago, and you seldom find fish in
the interior. On the coast yes. Much
fish Is eaten. But the main food of the
Chinese Is pork and chickens. Mutton
and beef are rare. LesaVrlee Is eaten
than you would imagine, buy there Is
an abundance of palatable vegetables,
and you would find no difficulty in
making out a good dinner." .
Stupendous Offer Made by
Well Known Phila. Firm.
ItADIOS lt.VDIOH RADIOS
H. F. HARDESTY
V-w Scientific EleetrkUn end Contractor (of ElKtrteal Work '
Electrical Fixtures, Wire;and Supplies io. Stock. i
. ,;;;'qUAKAKTEED OAS MANTELS.' .
433 Commercial St Astoria, Ore.
HATS TRIMMED FREE
V tIG REDUCTION SALE DURING MONTH Of JANUARY
Hats, Skirts, Shirtwaists, Underwear. All 1
I kinU of Ladies' ami Children's furnfahing
goods. . Hair '.switches- ami , pouumdon.. r
Welch Block. MRS. R. INGLETON V
TliousaiiUit of lVrNoiiH In All 8t-
tlousi of the Couutry Have
Hern Healed by T1U
BAY VIEW HOTELS
Commercial Street, Opposite 0. R. & N, C0.,Wharf.
v COMFOHTAULE ROOMS AND GOOD TABLE
B0AUD. HOME COOKING. NO CHINESE .
MISS E. GLASER,
for w o r.i e r J ;
M That Every Weiikn
Desires to Know
About Sanative Antisep
And about the Care cf the Skin,
Scalp, Hair and Hands
The party consists of General Fun-j nual meeting of the Columbia confer
Bton, Colonel Tucker, Majors Evans, i ence of Lutheran churches.
Eees. ; Bethel and Langfitt, Colonel
David M, Dunne collector of internal
revenue, and Collector of Customs Pat
terson. It is stated the trip is purely unoffi
cial and has no connection with the
recent trouble which occurred on board
the dredge. ,
' Private lessons tn telegraphy. Room
10, Main Street House.
Chile con carnie, prepared by experts
at the Imperial' Cafe,
Try It; you'U
Engine Blows Up.
Johnstown, Pa., Keb. 22. The blow
ing up of the Pannsylvania railroad lo
comotive Ehrenafeld, 10 miles east of
this city, tonight caused the death of
three men and probably fatally In
jured iwo others. All were employes.
Better than Gold.
"I was troubled for several years with
chronic Indigestion and nervous debll
lty." writes F. G. Green, of Lancaster
N. H. "No remedy helped me until
usea .Electric tsitters. wnicn aia me
more good than all the medicine 1 had
ever used. They have also kept my
wife In excellent health for years. She
says Electric bitters are lust splendid
tor female troubles: that they are a
grand tonic and invlgorator for weak
run-dowu women. No other medicln
them. Only 50 cents. Satisfaction
guaranteed by Charles Rogers.
A steel like grass from the volcanic
Elopes of Oran, Algeria, Is so elastic
that it can be used Instead of springs
In the manufacture of furniture.
L. L. Paget, formerly of Astoria, is
In the city from Portland for a brief
visit with friends.
Captain Latham returned yesterday
from Salem, where he attended the
funeral of his brother-in-law, Edward
Lamb, one of the best known printers
in Oregon. V
I Cintain Richardson, of the Colum
bine, has recovered from an attack of
Mrs. Sara Ross has returned from
a visit In San Francisco.
H. C. Wortman, son and daughter,
of Portland, spent Sunday n the city,
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Dun
bar. ! ,
B. C. Kindred is seriously ill and fears
are entertained that he may not re
cover. His illness has lasted for .some
time and there Is no Improvement in
his condition. a ,
Manager Humphries, of the Postal,
spent Sunday In Oregon City.
Too much strew ctnaot be placed on
the great value of Cutlcara Soap, Oint
ment and Resolvent In the antiseptic
cleansing of the mucous surfaces, and
of toe blood and circulating fluids, thus
affording pare, sweet and economical
local and constitutional treatment for
weakening ulcerations, Inflammations,
ltcbings, Irritations, relaxations, dis
placements, pains and Irregularities pe
culiar to females. Hence the Cntlcura
remedies hare a wonderful Influence la
restoring health, strength and beauty
to weary women, who have been pre
maturely aged and invalided by these
distressing ailments, as well as such
sympathetic afflictions asamcmla, chlo
rosis, hysteria and nervousness.
Women from the very first have folly
appreciated the purity and sweetness,
the power to afford Immediate relief,
the certainty of speedy and permanent
cure, the absolute safety and great
economy whlcn nave made the tutlrnra
remedies the standard humour remedies
of the civilized world.
Millions of women nse Cutlcnra Soap,
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sain, lor cleansing the scalp or crusts.
scales and dandruff, and the stopping of
railing hair, for softening, whitening
and soothing red, rough and sore bands,
for annoying Irritations and ulcerative
weaknesses, and for many sanatlre, an
tiseptic purposes which readily suggest
themselves, as well as for all the par
poses of the toilet, bath and nursery.
Sold threwhont Ui vortl. Cuttam RlM,aOt. fla
form of Chocolm C'otltd Pllb, ase. por ml of D. Oint
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Every educated person baa heard of
Radium, Its wonderful powers and
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after pug In the Metropolitan ublka-
tlons. Almost everybody knows that It
is the greatest remedy that God has
ver given to suffering: humanity.
Disease germs of every description Ilea
before It they cannot stand the con
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Fine Bar and (he Best of Liquors and Cigars
SEE Ml IlllSJRAllD PICIIIRE5
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, 812 Drexel Building
Please send me free of eost In
formation regarding your Radium
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SUE H. ELMORE
The largest; Staunchest, Steadiest and most vSeaworthy vtwcl
over 011 this route. Best of Table aud , State Koom Accommo
datioiia. Will make round trip every fire days between
akd Union Pacific
70 hours from Portland to Chicago.
No change of cars.
When the white man first reached
the City of Mexico it had 300,000 In
habitants, probably more than the en
tire population of the North American
All German soldiers must learn to
swim. Some of them are so expert
that, with their clothing on their heads
and carrying guns and ammunition,
they can swim streams several hundred !
yards wide. .
. Philadelphia, Feb. 22. Baron Speck
Von Sternberg, the German ambassa- j
dor to the United States, .upon whomi
the university of Pennsylvania today j
conferred the degree of doctor of laws, i
FISHER'S OPERA HOUSE
L. E. SELIG, Leasse and Manager. ; ;
Saturday, Feb. 27,
The Comedy Drama
"Slaves of the Mine
A Heart Story of the Wyoming Valley
By C. E. Callahan and Dan. L. Hart
A Superb (Scenic Production
Exclusively Special Scenery
The Vivid Burning Culm
The Shaft of the Mine
Real Elevator, Coal Cars and Miners at Work
The Awful Explosion and Cave-in
The Thrilling Strike Scene
A ylay with Natural Characters
Witty Dialogue, Intense Climaxes,
Funny Situations. Select Company.
Admission-Reserved Seats 75 cents, Gallery 50
cents. Seat sale coe:s Friday morning at Grif
fins' Book Store.
H:li p. tn.
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Connecting at Astoria with the Oregon Railway & Navigation
Co. and Astoria & Columbia River R. R. for Portland, San
Francisco and all points East. For freight and passenger
rates apply td '
SAMUEL ELMORE & Co.
General Agents, Astoria, Oregon
9 :00 a in
8:00 p in
OCEAN AND RIVER SCHEDULE
All Railing daUa ku!-
jora (o ('limine KorHnri
Kranulauo every Ave
roruana ana Way
Steamer Nahcotta leaves Astoria on
tide dally except Sunday for Ilwaco,
connecting there with trains for Long
Beach, Tioga and North Beach points.
Returning arrives at Astoria same
Through tickets to and from all prln
clpal European cities.
Q. W. ROBERTS, Agent, .
A. a C. R. R. Co.,
O. R. (EL N. Co., '
( (ELATERITE It Miner.l RMbbcr)
orllnalt .Wr toHK.S8BA WOniwioT HOOK
Tskes the plaon of sLlngles, tin. Iron. lr nn ,ui . i .
For flat anS steep M PFVni .TflD
climates. lWable in coot. HolJ In mSkt hlK
prices and information. on'ent. GuaraDtewl. It will pay to ask for
THE ELATERITE ROOFING CO., Worcester Building, Portland
IT!! la,UndrJed ,inW' We have the neatest
Cor, Tenth and Doane St. rYt -
pho.i99i. i jie Troy Laundry