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THURSDAY, JULY . my
THE MORNlSli ASTRIAN. ASTORIA, OREGON.
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Art her to plenty now. If you want
to can, order them quiciuy ana
Distinguished Astronomer From
California Takes i Bride
ther Freiti and VegeUblet
Arrive dully. We eta please your fancy
and suit your puree.
623 Commercial St
Phona Main 681
In Belmont's IH!wion wera found
live certified checks for 1100 each, four
of which were drawn on the German
Amekwn bank, of New York, and one
on the Farmers' Loan and trut com
pany, of New York. These are believed
to be forgeriea.
FIGHT STCRGIOIf IN BILL GATS
BROOK HOUSE BUSKED.
TO SIAM FOR HONEYMOON
Marriet Miss Belle Smith of Philadel
phia, Recently Student of Astron
omy at University of California, Dr.
Perine is Prominent
Dwelling Where Hawthorn first Wrote
Destroyed by rir.
r ....- Mi.-liii'vHi bov de
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xtroved with fir craoker the. famous ,h nh nd called to them to try to cap
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Llfetavcri Conquer Monster Afttr Half
New York. July S.-Battllnfj with a
big aturgeon In the. hallow water of
Bounty's Cove, yesterday, John llt'thrr
incton and James Hunter, National Vol
unteer lifeavr, had an exceedingly
iivi half hour. The ve t on the
Astoria shore of Hell tiate, and a sta
lion of the lifeavw U there.
While the were busy on a float, out
nide their headquarter, a boy sighted
old Brook Fanu house, the ancient dwell
ing in Wext Roxbury, where sixty years
fur it. The lifesavrra laiinvnrti a wiai
und with the aid of oar and boat hook
Waldo Knierson, George Wil-; ,ir,ive the tth into lmllow water
lium Curti. Margaret Fuller, Frank 1 j yh,.y MHn dioovrred that they had
Kntrn. the KUler Farker. Charle A. ..a,...),t a Tartar, however, for the big
lain. and a down more- kindred spirit f(lloyv Wll lulling the water to a foam
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.et up their hort lived id'aiil with hi tail and wa Uivtng ami i-iuu
- Prices Talk
fm bow on in our store. All of this
Mason's hats for
Ladies, Misses and Children
ust be closed out regardless of our
kea, so that we may make room for our
MRS. A. JALOFF, Prop.
- i AT
. ffaaaeitahla Prices.
TAR THEATER BLDG, ASTORIA.
" Can be prepared quickly
Oc per pound f
and all other seasonable
FRUITS and VEGETABLES
arrive daily by rail and steamer
IF. buv onlv the best and are in a po
aition to sell them at reasonable pnees,
because we are not hampered with de
lay in shipments. It will pay you to
visit our store at any tune, as we al
ways carry an up-to-date stoefc.
Our chocolate confections please the
Tenth and Commercial Streets.
Branch at Uniontown.
ew York. July 5,-Pr. Charles Dil
lon Terrine, of Uck Observatory, in
California, and Miss Wle Smith, of
rhilalelphia, until recently a student of
astronomy at the University of Cali
fornia, have been married at the norae
of the brides sister, Mr. Clara Smith,
in Philadelphia. Pr. and Mrs. Terrm
came here after the ceremony ami io-
mnrmv will start on an expedition to
Spain where they expect to observe a to
tal eclipse of the eun which will be vis-
.hie in that Part of the worm 3uguc
3a Later they will make their home on
Mount Hamilton where is located tne
Lick observatory. I
Dr. Perrine ha made many important
astronomical discoveries.' In January of
this year he found some new satellites
of Jupiter. He has discovered 13 new
In 1900 he was detailed to ooserve me
tntal ecliose of the sun in Georgia and
in 1901 had charge of a similar expedi
tion to Sumatra.
For distinsruisbed services to astron
omy the Lalande prize and a medal were
awarded to him by the Paris Academy
democracy. It wa there tht uaw
thorne wrote at the beginning of hi
The old house ha been vacant for a
DEATH OF CHILD A
TJ. S. STEEL'S BIG 0SDEX.
Vancouver. July 5. Opheliaa,
the six year-old daughter of (Jeo.
M. Weigle, wa fatally injured
last night by the discharge of a
pistol or other explosive. The
child was standing in a crowd on
Main street when she suddenly
fell to the pavement with a cry
of pain. When taken to a phy
sician, she wa found to be bleed
ing profusely from a wound in
the back of her head and her
skull fractured. The child die,!
during the night. So far the po
lice have failed to discover the
ing at ' a great rate. After some time
they struggled for the mastery.
lietherington fell prone upon the tur-p-ou
while Hunter belabored hi head
with an oar. When they had mastered
the sturgeon they made an examination
and discovered that the fish had evident
ly been struck by the wheel of a pass
ing steamboat, and so partially Inca-
The sturgeon wa 6 fret and 2 Inch
long and weighd 1.12 pound.
WRITTEN BY VAHCOUVEH
Letter cf Eiplorer Found Among Arch
ives of Hawaii.
Honolulu. June 28. A letter bearing
the signature of George Vancouver, the
great explorer, i among the document
found among the archive of Hawaii by
R. C. Lvdecker, secretary of the board
of archives, who i going through many
I i . f ..1.1 tmtwr and record. It
WAT. I I
was wriiU-n in KM and is a testimo
nial left by the explorer with King Ka-
mehameha. the Great, testifying to hi.
perpetrator. Peaceful disposition and kindly treat-
iSSMMSMMMM mrnt of Vancouver and his men. The
document i well preserved.
, Manv other similar relic are bring
rrODaoie Japanese rnsounii.
Bee tie window display all the latest
ongt and inarches, etc.
( Also a large lot of classic music at
5c a copy
j. N. GRIFFIN
Contract With Pittsburj Company For
A Million Tons.
New York, July a.-The Fittsburg
Steel company has dosed a contract for
the delivery of one million tons of bil
iets to the United States Steel Corpor
ation. It is understood that thi con
tract, the largest of the kind ever plac
ed, involving about 23,OUO,0O0, is on
a sliding scale basis. The Pittsburg
Steel company, as a result of the favor
able contract with the steel corporation
will now abandon its plans for the erec
tion of steel works at Mouessen.
It was a contract between the Pitts
burg Steel company and the Republic
Stwl and Iron company for billets about
a year ago, it will be remembered, w hich
nearly disrupted the steel billet pool
It is said that the Republic company ha
declined an offer from the steel cor
poration of part of the contract of sup
plying the million ton of billets.
TELEGRAPHERS PLAN t
DIVJ 31 rUrvt.
Minneapolis, July o. lele-
gTaph operator on the lines of
4 the Great Northern and North-
era Pacific have issued an ulti-
a m.tom and if the demand rel- 4
ative to salaries and hours are
not acceded to, a general strike
A -i!l Vu. railed .Till V 8.
" " 1 s
FUHDS WORRYING STRIKERS
n . ... .1... .....;.,. ,uiu.r of the!
nf h IWilc Telepranh at Tokio mivs ,. v...
" ' ----- . - ttr ,1 liv the Hawaiian imhj-
i i . V. ... Iwinff
. . . uuuii pill.'..,. - r.
l-Onlon. JUiy a. ine nnrwiiin
I that the suit of Ruron Koiimra, mini-ter
of foreign affairs, who lia been apiH.mi
ed one of the Japanese peace plcniH.
tentarie, will probably include Colonel
Tachibana, of the war ofliee; Command,
er Wm Takasliita. naval attache of the
legation at Washington ; Mr. Yamamna
director of the home affairs; Mr. Saito,
director of the bureau of information
and H. W. Denison (American), advi-er
of the foreign oflii.
There are also letter signed by the
Hawaiian kinirs of the rarly part ol
lt wntury, showing their allegiance
to Great Hrilain, and one from the first
Kamehanieha to King George 111 tell
inir him of the complete ctn'ilest of all
the island territory by the i-dutid king !
Vancouver' letter tell of a meeting
of chief at which the novercijrnty of
Great Uritain was acknowledged.
Denver, Colo., .July 5. Delegation of
memehers of the Epworth League, from
Minnesota, Wisconsin, Illinois, Iowa
Kansas, Nebraska, and South Dakota
convention have arrived. The extreme
Eastern and Pacific Coast delegations
are due today and when all have ar
rived it is predicted that at least 2j,-
O)0 visitor will be in the city. The
convention opens tomorrow in three
division held in a many hall .
Beawty Detra Eaaarae Hrralrfde.
Women who make a Business of beat
llfjlng ether women come pretty near
knowing what will bring about the best
Jesuits. Here are lettert from two, con
1 can recommend Newbro'a "HerpW
e!d " It stopped my hair from falling
ut; and, s av dressing it has no uper-
'(Slfned.) Bertha A. Trulllnger,
Morrtaon Bt, Portland, Ore."
After using one bottle of "Herpiclde"
my hair has stopped falling out, and my
scalp is entirely free from dandruff.
"(Signed.) irc w
8 "Bauty Doctor.
196 Blxth 8t. Portland. Ore."
fiold by leadln dnigiflsta. Send Mc. In
,tamps for aample to The Herpicide Co,
Eagle Drug Store, 351-353 Bond St..
Owl Drug Store, 549 Com. St., T. P.
Laurin, Prop. "Special Agent."
Leaders in Chicago Controversy Pro
pose End of Strike.
n.icafro. Julv 5.-Lively debate on
the question of contributions to the
teamsters strike fund is looted ior ai
the meeting of the teamsters joint coun
When the rjroposition is presented it
ill hrins to the fore, the question of
ending the strike. There are a number
of delegate in the council who have
icnoken in favor of submitting the ques-
tion of calling off the struggle to a rei-
Union official admit that the pros
pects are not bright for an increase In
the strike fund. Many drivers not in
volved in the strike have discontinued
contributing a part of their weekly
Victoria. B. C, July 5.-J. J. M'Credy,
who wa shot and wounded by C. It
fiibhon. a local newspaper man, has
been apprehended at Vancouver, when
endeavoring to get out of the jurisdic
tion of local courts, and returned here
He fled because he did not wish to give
evidence against hi assailant. The case
a remanded until tomorrow so that
M'Credy may be returned to Victoria.
T. P. Shonti Arrested.
New York. July 5.-T. P. Shonts, of
rhiraeo. president of the Panama can
al commission, has been arrestee ai
Stanford, Conn., for violation of the auto
mobile speed law. He had a party of
women with him and i said to have
ma.le an eichth of a mile in 22 second
He put up a bond to secure his appear
n in court. He was on the way to
his summer home at Greenwich at the
Fourth Injures Many.
Chicago, July 5.-A the result of
thunderous relebration of Independence
.lav. hundred of patient in Chicago
hospital were subjected to nervous
,hock that may eventually reuit se
riously for the sufferer. In many
,... it wa necessary to call upon the
police to disperse crowd around tn
Carbondale Hot Destroyed.
Carbondale, Col., July 5.-The report
circulated last night that this town had
Keen dest roved by fire wa erroneou.
Th conclusion arrived at wa probably
due to the fact that telephone communi
cation wa interrupted by the burning
of several po'- (me bri,k nd 'v,,ral
frame building were destroyed, tne iom
being about 15,000.
All over this Coast,
Schilling 'i Best is in every
one's mouth :
MEN AND WOMEN.
i v. nrMld. tot
f 6mimwiI n irritaUoa or
(I mnmm of stseoa
f-f fnnatt c PatnlMt,
CLAIMS TO BE SON
OF AUGUST BELM0HT
Man Anested at Colorado Springs For
Colorado Sprinc. Col., July 5. Regi
tered at a hotel in thi city as H. P
Belmont, eon of August Belmont, of
Vew York, a young man ha been arrest.'
ed for uttering forged certified check
The arrest was made at the request of
the Chicago police who referred to ik-l
WE WANT TO DOUBLE
THE "HOW" OF IT
WILL INTEREST EVERYBODY,
WHETHER THEY NOW READ THE
PAPER OR NOT.
WE ARE COINQ TO MAKE THE
MORNING AST0RIAN THE BEST
NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED IN ANY
CITY OF ITS SIZE- WILL YOU
TELEPHONE MAIN 661 and I WILL
CJLU AND TELL YOU ALL ABOUT
,TEmil Held Advrtisln9 and Circula
THE MORNING AST0RIAN.
P. 8 If you live cut of town writ
or our plan.
They go far to malt living I
A few more of those handsome
City Hall Souvenirs
Distributed over twenty-two hundred to the people;
have about-two huudrcd left
You're welcome to one if you come before
they're all gone.
Astoria's "RELIABLE" Clothier,
If you are going East, I would appreciate
your consulting me. I will gladly help you
plan your trip and tell you all about Rock Island
icrvlce. Just drop me a line -consultation
I will show you a Rock Island folder and our
publication entitled "Across the Continent in a
Tourist Sleeping Car." It is of considerable
importance that you select the rfrM route -there
are many dirTerent ways to go. I'll tell
you of the superior points about the Rock
a. k. Mcdonald,
Owners! Agent, Rock Island System,
140 Third Street, Portland, Ore.
Si aectttity to perfect Health snd an eisentSsl element
To prevent sickness snd enjoy the
comforts of life you should tjuip your
sleeping spsrtment or di!n chamber
with a snowy white, one-piece
tmitf Porcelsin Enameled Lava
tory and have running hot and cold
water as desired at your touch.
We have samples in our showroom
and will gladly quote you prices.
J. A. MONTGOMERY, Astoria, Or.
AN ASTORIA PRODUCT
Pale Bohemian Beer
Best In The Northwest
North Pacific Brewing Co.
f-Vll tl.W. or boltltS2.7S.
IT Circular scat a rit.
mont as C. F. Wintbrop Lhott.