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THE MORNING ASTORIAN ASTORIA ORE.
THURSDAY, JULY , 1905.
HOIK WAS MUDDY
Smurcd With Mother Earth Ht
;! Discomfits Two Girls.
Hp BEEN FOR A
Vaoratk Appearance of Cartoonist Start
led Twe Young Wamca Returning
From Fnactioa and Dressed ia Al
lujring Crcatioaa af Organdit and Lact
Hemer Davenport, ornithologist, horse
fancjer, cartoonist and all around good
fellow, will arrive in the city this morn
ing. ' Davenport a cognomen is known in
almost every household in the world
Frotpj the son of a modest farmer rn
Silvtrton, Ore., he hat risen to a position
of importance in the affair of the world
and vs on more than one occasion been
recognized as a strong factor in the po
litical field. His ruarvelously striking
conceptions have won great battles. But
as great as he is in ability the person
alityj of Davenport is greater. He is
well . fixed from a financial standpoint
JOHN D. ROCKEFELLER.
and has figured among the plutocracy
as well as among the masses. The lat
ter he prefers. Davenport in his happiest
momenta ia dressed in an ill-fitting suit
of an unpretentious pattern, a soft shirt
and hat and when wearing two or three
days growth of beard. He abhors in
tercourse with the inane fops whose one Electric Faea Massage and Scalp
ambition is to appear immaculate. The ; treatment; five expert barber, Batha.
writer recalls meeting Davenport oneQCCIDENT HOTEL BARBER SHOP.
are the Best
Experience has taught us that
they have no equal.
If your old scissors are not work
ng just to your satisfaction come
Jn and select a pair of the
Any shape you desire and every pair sold on a
positive guarantee of" No matter what the trouble,
your money back if you are not satisfied."
THE FOARD &
Astoria's Greatest Store.
evening a few months ago in Portland
Davenport was seated in a Morrison
street car, he was covered with mud
from head to foot and looked more like
a tramp than like one of the world's
great men. He sprawled himself over
as much space as he could possibly cover
threw one leg over the other and with
the elevated pedal extremity fell to
beating time to the monotonous moan of
the car. The writer meandered into the
car and took a seat at Davenport's side
Across the We were two men, Daven
port's grooms who accompanied htm
These men looked even worse than the
cartoonist. Davenport had been for a
walk. Starting at the Union depot he
walked leisurely along the Portland
thoroughfares until he reacher Council
Crest on the hills beyond Portland
heights. His cheeks Were rosy and to
the query, "How are you !" he responded
"fine as silk." He was in the best of
pirits and carried on an amusing con
versation for a short time. This was in
terrupted by the appearance of two
handsomely dressed young women. They
seated themselves opposite Davenport
and the writer, and after much effort
to keep their frill free of the grooms
sun-eyed Davenport from head to foot
and sniffed. They probably wondered
who that "disreputable looking person
was" and it was all the writer could do
to resist saying, "ladies, allow me, this
is Mr. Davenport." Davenport would
have none of it. Reaching the business
section of the city Davenport mumbled
something about having some bread and
milk before he turned in and sought a
small coffee house on Washington street
where he experienced considerable troub
le in twining his long legs about a one
legged stool. Editor.
Don't experiment with other
BARKS GO ASHORE
SaUmis and Victor, Norvegian
Daft Arc Lost
CREWS NOW AT HONOLULU
Knew Nothing of Ntrwegian Separation
From Sweden and do Not Know Which
Consul to Consult ia Their Piedic
meat. May be Sent Home,
Honolulu, July 5. The schooner Math
abord the shipwrecked crew of the Nor
aoard the shipwrecked crews of the Nor
wegian barks Salaniit and Victor. They
were loading guano at Maiden island
and during a gale on May 19 and 30.
were driven ashore.
The Mathew Turner passed Maiden is
land June 11 and took the crews of the
wrecked vessels on board. Included in
the crew and officers of the wrecked
vessels were 20 Norwegians who were
greatly surprised to learn of the sepa
ration of the country from Sweden and
who tre in doubt as to what consul to
call on for assistance. ,
William Potenhaur, acting consul for
Norway and Sweden, is without official
notice of the severance of the relations
between the two countries and will send
the men home if they do not secure em
El Primero Arrives Down.
Mr. Hopkins handsome steam yacht
El Priniero arived down the river yes
terday and anchored off the A. A C
wharf. With a party of friends, Mr.
Hopkins, who is a San Francisco mill
ionaire, has ben at the Portland expo
sition. The yacht is one of the prettiest
vessels which ever entered the Colum
bia, and she was viewed by many per
son yesterday as she lay at anchor in
the stream. It is probable she will de
part today for the Sound and may pro
ceed from there to Alaska.
Steamer Cascades is scheduled to sail
for San Francisco this morning.
Steamer Elmore sailed yesterday for
Tillamook with a general cargo or freight
and a number of passengers.
LOVERS DROWN IN LAKE.
Bodies Found After Night't Search ia
New York, July 5. Lake Oscawanna
eight miles from Peeksville, has begun
early this year to claim its victims be
neath its cold and clear waters. James
S. Mcllravy and Miss Elizabeth Heaiy
were drowned there Wednesday night
probably about dusk. Miss Healy and
her mother and sisters lived formerly
in Cold Springs, but recently moved to
Peeksville, where she was employed in
a laundry. She had a vacation and was
spending a few days at Oscawanna.
Mcllravy was an undertaker of Cold
Springs, a member of the Odd Fellows
and Foresters' lodges, of the volunteer
fire department and of the Oscawanna
Lake Club, of Cold Springs, which has a
club house on the shore of the lake. He
drove over Wednesday- morning, met
Miss Healy, to whom he was said to
be engaged, and about 7 o'clock In the
evening they left the Jay Cox cottage
in a new rowboat, which be had just
They were seen on the lake by several
persons and later the boat was noticed
overturned. Search revealed the hats
of Mcllravy and Miss Healy floating
All night long the shores of the lake,
were parolled and the waters were drag
ged without result. At 10 o'clock yes
terday morning Mcllravy' body was re
covered, and shortly afterward that of
Miss Healy was found. The bodii-s were
taken to Cold Springs by permission
of Coroner Williard Jay Cox.
Charles F. Embrie Dead.
Santa Ana, Cal., July 4. Charles Flem
ing Embree, novelist and short story
writer, is dead here, aged 30 years. Mr.
Embrie was a former resident ot
Ind., but for three years past has made
his home here. He was a contributor
to the magazine and published several
Funds For Employes.
New York, July 5. Specie securities
representing a total value of $200,000
constitute the capital of mutual ben
efit pension funds for employes in Milan.
says a Herald dispatch. The special
securities will be deposited in a bank at
Chicago, July 5. The population of
Chicago is 2,282,760, according to the
WAKES SUCCESSFUL FLIGHT
WITH BALDWIN'S AIRSHIP
bcvik Stevens Stays In Air and Man
tuveti For Hours.
New York, July 8. fleorge Steven
at a nearby pleasure resort, ha sail
ed J. H Italdwin'a airship, the Cali
fornia Arrow, 2(H) feet into the air and
after a trip skirting the ocean front
for some distance returned to the place
of starting in safety.
While the airship was 100 feet above
ground the long drag line which was
trailing, caught on the electric wires
Stevens sent the airship ahead at full
speed, the wire gave way, and relras
ed the drag line, permitting the airship
to continue it speed, The propeller
was slightly injured while the airship
was going back to ita port by hitting a
Stevens declared that he could easily
navigate the California Arrow around
the Borough of Brooklyn, a feat which
he declared he will attempt with in the
next few days. He added:
"The ship was under my control from
the time it left the aerodrome until
I returned and 1 had no difficulty in de
scribing curve descending or ascending
while in the air."
STRIKE NARROWLY AVERTED.
30,000 Housetmithi Insist upon Sign-
in of Long Standing Agreement
New York, July 5. A strike of 50,000
housesruith", all over the country, ha
been averted. The strike had been de
clared against the national association
of erectors of structural steel and iron
at the instance of the International as
sociation of bridge and structural iron
The latter association had an agree
ment with the employers for a year
which had expired, and when the employ
er refeused to renew the agreement it
was decided to order a general strike
Frank Buchanan, president of the Iron
worker, explaining the matter, says:
'The structural iron workers had been
getting $4.50 a day for eight hours and
only demanded a renewal of the agree
ment. Strikes had been ordered and
every iron worker throughout the coun
try would have been called out if the
agreement had not been signed."
The Fourth is Over
But the Clearance
Sale of Seasonable
A Clearance Sale
Shirt Waist Suits
gives you an opportunity to get big
bargains in Silk and Alpacca suits:
SILK SUITS AT .. . S10 to lis
Former price, f 15 to $22.
ALPACCA SUITS I5 to lio
Former price $5.75 to $15.
Our line of Wash Suits is not all
picked over yet. But you must call
quickly if you want to take advan
tage of bargains at this time.
A Pretty White
Shirt Waist Suit
is just the thing
You will find here a good assortment
of various styles and all sizes at
prices which will make the purchase
In piques and linons.
Butter Brown and other ttylet
Prices range from
60c to $1.50
Embroidery and Lice trimmed
INDIA LINEN DRESSES for girls
age 8 to 14.
Prictt 1 1 .00 to I3.75
TIE BOY TO TROLLEY CAR.
Lad Badly Injured Before tht Conductot
New York, July 3. Mischievous tmy
tied one end of a rope around five-year-old
John Hrasso, of No. 20 Tomptln
avenue, Williamsburg, yesterday, ami
with the other end tied hint to the tail
end of a car which which was at a stand
still owing to a lockade. When the car
started ftlatoo was dragged along for
nearly a block before the conductor, who
heard the hoy's scream, stopped the car.
By that time the boy had been badly
Injured, and he was remoted to the
Williamsburg hospital. The hoy who
did the mischief escaped.
Coal Paster Killed.
Ran Krancloo, July 3. John Parry,
a coal paser, w accidentally killed
today. He wa walking near the Pa
cific. Mail dock when a small cannon op
erated by tauie Lettts, a boy, wa dis
charged. It I said that the weapon
wa loaded with a bullet The missile
struck Barry in the head and lie on
died. U-ttU wa placed under arrest.
Sultan Sendt Condolence.
Constantinople, July 5. The sultan,
the government official and the for
eign residents have sent roiidolence on
the death of Secretary Iky to Mr
Irishman, the American ambassador.
A Surprise Ptrty.
A pleant surprise party may t giv
en to your stomach and liver, by taking
a medicine huh will relieve their pain
and discomfort, vis: Dr. Kings New
Life Pills. They are a most wonderful
remedy, affording aura relief and cure,
for headache, diuine and constipation.
23c at Cbii. Roger' drug store.
As the picnic
season is here
IVe wih to call your attention to
our extensive line of Lunch good.
Including Canned and dtviled meats,
Cracken and Fancy Blsculti, Sar
dines, Olivet, Pickles, Etc We are
carrying the best goods in the mar
ket in every line, and guarantee sat
isfaction. The success of our recent
sah-a has again demonstrated the
fact that the people will trade where
they can get THE MOST r0R THEIR
MONEY, and we claim we are in a
position to save you money on every
thing in our large and varied stock.
WE GUARANTEE SATISFACTION
Set oar Fruit and Vegetable Dis
play. Everything ia tht market.
WE CAN SAVE YOU MONEY.
Foard $ StoKes Co
GASOLINE MARINE ENGINE.
Simple and Reliable. Latest Cut.
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2!"H . 1? !!' J.'" P,n.,e 4'3 l,,",,r' KNAPPTON.
Hlz-n 5 to 40 II. II., Doiiblt; fj llmler. WASH.
FOUR CYLINDERS TO ORDER TO 'wo; HORSE POWER.
The MORNING ASTORIAN
i-2 Vrf s m AAj eViQO
However, wt don't ofltr you tempt
Ing bait today, and cheat you tomor
row, but glvt solid valuet in high
grade clothing tht wholt yttr round.
We offer neat, snappy patterns
$10.00 to $18.00
P. A. STOKES
The Pres.y Shop for Dressy Men
NO REASON FOR IT.
When Astoria Cititeat Show tht Way.
There can 1 no just reason why any
noyan of urinary disorders, the dan
ger ofdiabetes or any kidney in when)
just leader of this will continue to suffe(
I the torments of an aching bser, the an
relief is so nesr at hand and the n ot
positive proof given that they est I
cured. Head what an Astorian citlwo
Mrs. N. Jacotxon, living at 127 Suonil
street, sayst "In our experience Poan'e
Kidney Pills performed all that ia claim
ed for them. Their action we speedy
snd the result satisfactory. I pro
cured a bos of them at Charles Roger'
drug store, MB Commercial street, for
my grandmother, Mrs. M. Beck, and she
um-J them. From the satisfactory re
sults obtained we value Doaa's Kidney
For sale by all dealers. Price 60 cents
Foster Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y., aols
ag'nts for the United State.
Itemember the name Doaa's at4
take no other.
Constipation and pile are twins. They
, l ill people inch by Inch, sap lift away
every day. llolhster's Rocky Mountain
Tea will positively cure you. No curs
110 pay. M cent, Tea or Tablet at
Frank Hart's drug store.
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75 CTS. PER MONTH
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