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THE MORNING ASTOMAN. ASTORIA. OREGON.
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 13, teej
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! This ' seasons' pack
)l Vraisjnsi currants
ftfon and lemon peel.
j WE HAVE EVERYTHING FOR
FOR A WIDOW'S LOVE
Californian Kills Himself When
Suit Is Rejected.
MATRIMOM1AL AGENCY MATCH
123 Commercial Si
Phon Main 881
WX HAVE AIL THE INGREDIENTS
TOR JOEING XINCE MEATS. WE
ALSO CARRY THE BEST BRANDS III
BULK AND PACKAGE, READY TO
W,Jdemar Hertwick, a Lonely Rancher,
Seeks Comfort in a Pretty German
Widow, Who Promptly Declines Hjs
Suit and Returnt to the Fatherland,
' THE GROCER.
Tenth nlf' Commercial Street
Branch at Unlontown.
gala Store, .-How 7ivMaUt,
Iramr. k Store . . . . No. 713, Maia
ReJaxearda lOo, 15c, and 25c tik
lifte Stick 50c package.
"Cangreas Card" for partiee and
prix finest Uneki atbek, gold edgea
asd fancy baoka. Me package.
See the Window.
BOOKS STATIONERY MUSIC
reno, lai.. .ov. 12. t range wan
the romance that came late into 'the
life of elderly WaliL-inar Hertwick and
quickly drove him to his death. ,
It was a marriage bureau romaru-e,
the conclusion being that the man
killed himself becauv th woman who
had been selected for him by the bu
reau refused, at last to marry him,
The prosy world might sooner 1-xpeet,
in such a case the matrimonial reali-
tat ion to be the cause of suicide.
1 Hertwick, lived in IJndsay, a Tulare
country town, and he lived alone. He
came into the state from some part of
the east, and originally came from for
many. His physician had advised him
to lead an out-of-door-life, and so farm
ing was tried as a remedy for a long
illness that might be cured in the Call
Hoped to Find 1 Wife
On Uie ranch, Hertwick improved in
app-arance and believing that he was
sure to get well he wrote to a marriage
bureau in the hope of finding a woman
who would marry him. He stated that
he wa a German, prosperous, of middle
age, and that he was entirely alone in
ne wanted a good wife, der-
SCIENCE PREVENTS BALDNESS.
Tk fatal Gens am Ita Hcasee Saw
Facta at Seteaee.
It to the rarest tblnf ra the world for
man to be necessarily bald. No man
wsoao hair Is not dead at the roots, need
be bald It he will use Newtiro'a Herpl
eide, the new calp antiseptic Herpl
ide destroys the term that cuts the hair
eS at the root; and cleans the scalp ot
dandruff and leaves It In a perfectly
nsalthr condition. Mr. JJannett, in the
Maryland Block, Butte, Mont., was en
tlrely bald. In less than a month Herpl
efde bad removed the enemies of hair
growth, and nature did its work by cov
rinr bla bead with thick balr an inch
lenr. aad In .sis weeks he had a normal
ult of hair. Sold by leading druggists.
Send We. In stamps for sample to The
Berplcide Co., Detroit Mich.
Eagle Drug Store, 351-353 Bond St,
Owl Drug .Store, 549 Com. St, T. 7.
Laurin, Prop. "Special Agent."
man preferred, who would be content
00 ' California ninth ' with him. "The
thought of existence' on California soil
is a lure all over the world, and some
how the advertisement of Hertwick
made ita way to Germany.
Mrs. A. H. Tilfoch, a good-loking
young widow, wrote to Mr. Heriwick.
She believed that she could be a aatiafac
toty helpmeet to the 'lonely man on
tba Tulare ranch: and those who saw
her when she finally arrived at Lindsay
say tfiat all her praises of herself, such
as she wrote when seiking to win the
man 'and the borne in California were
entirely too modest f
' Sends Geod-Looking Picture.
The rancher sent his photograph
to Germany, selecting, as was natural,
perhaps, one that had been taken some
time before he became afflicted with
consumption. He had been a good-look
ing man in earlier days. The German
widow's photograph was not as allur
ing aa the widow herself proved to be
when she reached the ranch; but the
lonely Wallemar Hertwick, with the
name that would adorn a novel if his
little life-ending story should ever be
elborat-d into fiction, fell desperately
Arrangements were quickly made, as
quickly as trains and steamers could
carry between California and Germany
a few letters that were straightforward
and to the point The rancher bad the
money to send; the widow in far away
Germany was eager to meet the ranchx-r
and see the new home that was awaiting
her. In the latter, she was undoubtedly
disappointed; in the man he certainly
was. It t a poor, little $1500 farm
in no respect like those of which the
widow had heard and iv-ad. The man was
emaciated, rather oldish -looking, and in
hardly any respect like his picture.
Widow Wai Stunned.
Mr. Tillooh arrived at Lindav. and
REBATES ON BEER
lar Freight Charges.
RECEIVED 12 PER CENT. BACK
when sIm tVied off tlv truin sl
seemied almost stunned at finding the in
valid in place of th iuan of whom whe
had dreamed. She shrank away from
his cajvfcM-s as lie greeted her and when
)ih lia.t li..t,ml ia a feu- imrdu nf wel.
come he akei if his health wa good. Wbst Company Pafd the Regu
She auctioned clowly, and ' finally
Hertw ick admit ted that 1 had con
uruption. ., x. .
That eiultd the romance and the
dream. The farm wa evnniiti-d, but
th woman from Gurmany could not be
(HTsuadtl to marry. Mix Tilloch con
eluded to go back to Geimnny, and af
ter fiMMiding a few dttvs in San Krin
cic visiting irlntives lie went.
H. i t wit k mKI his ranch for IliHM) ami
drew 700 from ilk. bauk. He followed
Mr. TilUnh to San Francisco and went
acroaa the continent with her, but the
old promise of marriage could not he
regaim'd. He saw rjie woman sail away
for lire men, and thtn it was that, a 4
1 II t ..mi M 1! . A L il ( . I
ioiu in me r..nuiu-i uispaicn ""sii JImxJy
morning, he ended his existence by tak
Case to Be Tr.ed in Wisconsin Under
the Elkina Law, to Test Legality of
the Practice of Paying Rebates After
Receiving the Regular Rates
LINER YET AGROUND
Washington, Nov 12. Attorney Gen-
today made a statement
regarding the petition which will W
filed tomorrow in the circuit court of the
1'iiitid Slates in the eastern district of
Wisconsin, Irimght under th FJkius
law to test the legality of certain coin-
misaiona paia by the railroads to a
private car transit company, controlled
Graf Witderue Still In the Mud by ih n of th' 'wr,ta-
aj.v-.fc n'PPnK t.e freight in this cars over
in iww iwiiv iiaiuui. Hr.-,.! 11.,..
The rase ari s out of facts Invest!
I gated by the Interstate Commerce Com
mission and also by the private interests
ATTEMPTS TO FLOAT HER FAIL .dvemiy .ffecu.i.
It appears some of the principal stock
holders of the Pubst Brewing Company
organised and own the Milwaukee He-
Freiht Being lixhtered Onto Other 14 ' rl,l imnsii. lompany lo in lul l
Boata Bwt ' Paasengera Are Still twr rpon '. mtrol of the shipments
, . a
ALL YOU HERMAN WISE CSTOMERS WHO HAVE THREE OR
MORE XMAS CERTIFICATES IN YOUR OWN NAME, 'COME AND
RESERVE YOUR PRESENT NOW, I PICKED THEM OUT MY
SELF WHILE IN NEW YORK. THEY ARE FINE.
NO PRESENT UNLESS YOU HAVE THREE OR MORE XMAS
OR IF YOU BUY s.oo WORTH OF CLOTHES AT WISE'S FINE
STORE, BETWEEN TODAY AND JANUARY 18T, 190.
Aboard Thirty' Thousand Tout Must
Be Removed Before Ship Can Float.
'cw York, Xov. 12.-Kirort to float
the Hamburg-American liner, Graf Wal-
dcrse,' which grounded Saturday in the
upper harbor of New York were un
availing at high tide today. No at
tempt will be made tonight, but it is
expected she can be floated at high
According to " Catain Kerch, the
Graf Waldersee is resting two feet in
depth of iher bulk for her entire length,
in the bottom, a mile off Brooklynl
shore and nearly 30,000 tons of her car-
of th Pabst company were given by
various railroads, and while receiving
published rates fur the transportation
of the commodotiis, have, it is stated,
paid he transit company a commission
ot about 12 per cent upon the amount
of freight money collected.. This jK-ti-
tion is designed to test the legality of I
The rase is regarded as of great im
portance and Is pressed for sperdy hear:
VISIT OF BEAST
ASTORIA'S RELIAHLK CLOTHIER
P. S. Also one piano Dumber with each I1.50 purchase, WUe will
wind up' thla year! buaineu with a hurrah.
Trade With WISE, else you'll be sorry. , .......
(Continued from page 1.)
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to Diusi. or removea oeiore soe can noav. 1 , . . ., . ; , .
r, .1 . - I 1 1 ' vt -v -
.-some 01 me rarvo na oeen unioaueu. 1 .. . , .... .
rjinv luuay an aiuuiut py a uosen 1 , .. , . ,
tug boata and the ship's own power to. . , k ' , ' f '
, . . , , land simple. Any wise man must have
' ' I known tlut dinner nt utflnir (II. M
v.,... .1 1, .1.. I
h.V UVUI 9 VI .IIC M.1. IIIIUI.i ....
0 I the house or the premises acain. esneo-
The Venetia, one of the liners in the
West Indian service was brought along
side and hundreds 01 tona 01 cargo
were placed on her decks All lighters
that could be had were ranged around
the big ship and the unloading was
started. The passengers are still . on
Street Hats, Turbans, Patent
Leather Hats and School
A complete and varied line of trimmings to match; all abet, color and
styles. Hundreds to choose from.
This ia the LOGICAL Millinery store for YOU, no matter what dast
of goods you buy. '; ,
THE MILLINERY PARLORS THAT LEADS IN STYLE. PRICES ARE
, GREATLY REDUCED.
61a COMMERCIAL BALL BUILDING.
uuiy wnen ne knew that the young
lady had recognized him from the win
dow of the hoUl yesterday morning,
(for while she wa scrutinizing him a
he passed, ha turned, recognizrd her
and smiled and this recognition of her
self, caused her to determine the per;
sonality of tit man so readily and dis
tinctly), and tha extravagant naturfc
of the note, he left behind him last night,
but adds to the conviction that he is of
a low order of abnormal creatures who
infest the world of men.
Sheriff Thomas I.inville Is also engag-
of those presint burt into tears and 11 tn' f running him down, and
mournful wailings. Broemser was in position yes
terday morning, to see and note his ex-
Rebel from Taxation. I'1 Vnw characterlsaies, of dress,
Iondon. Nov. 12. The St. Peters-1 n,lr a,',". height, complexion and gen-
burg correspondent of the Daily Tele- "' carriage, Uie officers will not be
graph says that an Iniiterial manifesto j ,onK 'n "ailing him, here, or . Isew here;
will shortly be issued granting relief n1 on he is in the clutches of the law,
to the peasantry and the cancellation he not "My ' spared much of ita
of some twenty millions of roubles ar-1 bitU-rest pennlty for the gross and re
rears in land redemption by a tax levied I peatei! insults he hns Imposed upon an
ASTORIA IRON WORKS
JOHN FOX. Free, and floyt.
F L BISHOP. Secretary
AHTOHIA 8A VINOS BANK, Treat
Designers and Hannftctortrs of
THE LATEST IMPKOVED
Canning Machinery, Marine Engines and Boilers,
Complete Cannery OutfitjFurnishcd.
Foot of Fourth SLreet
J. Q. A. B0WLBY, Prealdent.
O. I. l'KTKIt.S(J.V. Vice-President
FRANK PATT0N, Cashkr.i I : :
J. W. GARNER, Assistant, Cashier.
since the emancipation of IKtil .
Punishment of Mutineera.
Cronstadt Nov. 12. Three cruisers
sre being prepared to take the muti
nous sailors on a long liscipliiiary voy
exwllent and modest young woman.
11 is not uniikciv lie will lie iippr
hended soiiietime UsIhv.
Astoria Savings Bank
Capllal Fald In 1100,000. Surplus and Cndlrld.d Profits 13&,006.
Transacu a O. nersl BanklDf Business, Interest Paid on Time Deposit
' Ouitt at St. Petersburr.
St., Petersburg. Xov. VI The day
passed quietlv here No excesses wvre
reported from any part of the city, but
the Jews are still apprehensive. Mar
tial law his been sbolMud in K rem
inding and Tiflis and their respective
Two of a kind She (in a temper)
I wish Id never married you.
The Brute Another Instance of "Two
soula with but a single thought." Ally
So far as they g0, Schilling'.
Best lake doubt and difficulty
out of getting your table
PRINCE LOUIS ENTERTAINED.
New-Wk, Xov. 12.-Five thousand
persons visited the armored cruiser
Drake, the flagship of Hear Admiral
Prince 1.0111s of Itattburg, today. The
Prince spent morning iiietly and
went on an automobile ride this after
noon and tonight ha was a guest of
Mayor McClellan at a dinner.
'68 Tenth Street,
WITHDRAWAL TO BEGIN IN MARCH
London, Nov. 12. It is said at the for
eign office that the withdrawal of the
foreign troops from the province of Chi
LI, China, which was announced from
Berlin, all the powers have agree to, L
expected to begin in Marqh, 1900.
JUSTICES WILL SPEAK.
New York, Nov. 12.-The ! Intr-
Cburch conference on federation, opens
ita sessions here Wednesday in Carne
gie ball. Among the spakers during the
Wis-lc, will be Justice Harlan and Brew.
er, of the Supreme Court of the United
Morning Astorian, 7ic per month.
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If your plumbSnf !a out
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household are conitantly Hiking their
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the atmoiDhere and cannot help but be
breathed by the occupant!.
Let ui etimlne the condition of jour
Elumbbg, correct defective piping and
irtall the best unitary fixmrei made.
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