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THE MORNING ASTORIAN. ASTORIA. OIIKGON.
FRIDAY, JANUARY 19, leoff
There Is CcfTce and Coffee end Coffee, bat
Baiters' Barring'ton Hall, the
STEEL CUT COFFEE
Beats the all aad satisfies tb most fastidious,
-40 CENTS A CAN
....Cwta m mor thaa aay ather. Par Mocha ad Jm prepared ia a rw
. Tt. trr t. m fiat s rouadi b knives of almost raior
atarpses iat small aniform particle. Thus it to lot crashed, aa byth&M
asetsed of grinding, and th nttls ail cefla remaia labrokea. Tb tfiSS fl
a niMt avanarat. and il BIMSCTM iade&aitclT. TH 08
resaoa why a pound of Barringtoa Hall will auk 15 to so raps mart of fall
strength coffe tkaa will aay coflea graaad tb cl way.
Bat tka real signiScaac f Barring toa BaU Caffea is Out it eaa bs utd
witheot in effect by thoa whs find oriiaary coffe tajure them. Try it,
A. V. ALLEN
SOU AGENTS FOR ASTORIA.
frj FUf At Hill IU$t w Man
HELD STORES ARE CLOSED
'A& tka Merckaata aa Stat Stmt Win
Ooaa Tkeii Stores Fra TwaJv
s'dsck TiU Oms, Wails Field's Fna
sral la is Progreaa.
CHICAGO, Js 18. Chicago went in
to sjourning yesteray for the datk
f Marshall Field. From the Wd of
trade, most of th banks and practical
ly all f the big wholesal and retail
stores flag vers lung at half must,
irkDs th Field's stores remaiaed si
knt behind closed doors and drawa
TTlile alnwt :tery organization da
Toted to tk interest of the develop
neat of Chicago adopted resolution
honoring tk memory of Mr. Field, the
But Street men-bants met and
agreed to clo their stores tomorrow.
Xros twehr to one o'clock while the
tuners! ia ia progres. I
The hoard of trade, of which Mr.
Field waa a member, will stop trad
ing for th day at 12:30 o'clock and the
Crersr library of which he waa a di
terUsr ander the will of John Grew
will V closed after 11 a. m. The Chi
tag Stock Exchange will close at 12:90.
to. escaectio with the announcemeat
f the funeral arrangements there
same out last Bight plans for a pecs
larrjr touching tribute which .will sug
gest the respect and affection frit for
ih dead merchant by al associated with
im ia business. This tribute will take
tka form .of a memorial meeting of
the employes of the Field stores, which
will be held in the auditorium st 4:30
'elock tomorrow afternoon, jut after
the funeral and burial The meeting
will be addressed by a number of de
portment heads, official of the company
and by old employees who knew Mr.
In as much a the auditorium will
not neat half of the 10.0U0 employes
f Marsholl Field A Co. in the city, the
home for two days and is supposed
to be ia WVhingtoa.
Mr. Holmes put himself ia communi
cation with tha United) Stat Dis
trict Attorney foe the eastern, district
of New York Yesterday. Ua said that
ho desired to Uks steps for tk re
moval of kis wife to aa asylum as
tooa s she was found.
NEW YORK. Jsa. 11 Bet John
son. presitK-nt of tbs America! Leagua
was ia tow yesterday and today
will have a conference with President
Pulliam of th National League regard
ing the playing dates for nest season.
As matters now stand the National and
American Leagues will begin their
championship Ave days apart, the
Nationals oa April 1 and th Ameri-
cans oa April 17. This would seem as
if there would be many conflicting
dates between the two leagues and it
is to avoid suck a contingency that
President Johnson has come -to New
York to go over the schedules with the
National League leader.
So far as th New York club Is
concerned. Fresident Johnson says thst
th Philadelphia, Athletic would prob
ably open th season with Griffiths
team at American Lesgua Park oa
President Johnson alo announces
that "Jimmy Collins had signed a
contract to manage the Boston team
again. Tk very serious difference be
tweea President Taylor and tk maaag
er led many persons to believe that
th ruptur could not be healed, but
th signing of Collins evidently means
that ail trouble ia th club has beea
help in th light attaint Pm.wt by
signing a memorial to the I' tilted
States Senate anting th epluiu of
Senator Sutoot on th ground that he
pledged his first alleajam-e to the nmr
moa hierarchy, thus setting it above
the I'nited Slates guerumeiit The
itetkn of poligamy is not raised.
Th eighty volumes are to 1 distri
buted among th Senators snd the pro
test tbey represent will be predat
ed by Senator Burrow of Michigan.
Then each Senator in turn sill pre-,
sent the signatures front bis tate.
WILL BUILD SIA WALL.
Saa Francisc to Commsac construe
' tioa of Ij.ooo 000 Sea Wall.
SAN FUAXCISUX Jan 18.-The Su
preme court today upheld th vsli.ll
ty of the act authorising the construe
tios of th Saa Francisco se wall.
Tha tate harbor commission, it is un
derstood, will now issu bonds from
time to Urn until (2.000.000 worth are
o th market.
WISHED FOR DEATH
Nervous Woman Tries to Kill Her
self with Revolver.
THE WOMAN IS ARRESTED
I1E TAUGIIT RELIGION
Scrwol Teacher Charged
EXAHINED BY SCHOOL BOARD
Teachsr is Charged by SUty jewua
FamilJs With fretting Their Off
spring to ChrUtiona. Kt Taught
th Scholars th Lord'i Praprr.
SALT LAKE CITY. Jan 18.-The
iL-rald this morning says that W. J.
Gutheri of Butt. Mont, representing
financial interests of Butt and Bos
ton has secured aa option oa the stock
of the Grand Guk-h Mining Company
of Mohave County, Aril. Tbs proper
ty is' a copper producer and the price
to be paid is $.'i00,000.
WILL DELIVER GOODS.
CHICAGO, Jun 18. A di-patch to the
Tribune from Gulherie, O. T. ay:
"Rough Ri'ler" G. Franx. recently ap
pointed gowrnor of Oklahoma, received
this message from Present Roosevelt
lat nijiht; "Have ju-t read your sd-
dreAS. It covers the eround. You will
memorial meeting will be especially f!d(.iver tlie gootW j,en,., hliWg.n
we ower employes.
WRITES TO ROOSEVELT.
.Authorities Hunting for Supposedly
NEW YORK. Jan. 18. United States
government officials are looking for
Elirabeth M. Holmes, wi'e of William
M. Holmes, proprietor of a nkkle plat
ing establishment here, who, it i 'aid
hss for several months Wrn " sending
betters to President Roosevelt The
purport of these is that th president
ii at the head of a gang which is
Mrs. Holmes hss been away from ber
Standard Oil Magnate Buya Land ia
I IAS A NO EKES. Jan 18.-L. V.
I Harknets, Standard Oil, inapnste, has
! purchaned another pla( on South Or
ane Grove Roulevard, Puna Jens. The
con-ideration named ia 10.000. This ia
accepted as confirmation of Ui ru
mors that Mr. Harknetn is seeking to
make Pasadena a winter residence
headquarters for the millionaire who
! are associated with John 13. Rockefel-
, ler in Standard Oil
I A few weeks ago Hark nes purchas
ed CarmeliU, one of the finent resi-
il'-nw properties in Southern Cali
fornia. It was th-n declared that Hark
nens had bought It for Rockefeller,
who would occupy the bouse next Win
ter. This rumor was never definite
ly denied gy IUrknes".
WASHING WITHOUT WATER
la Uks TrrtatT to Get KM of DaaSraf
Did too ever se any on trying to 1
wssb ttasmselves wltbout soap or
If you did what would you say of
It Is every bit as foolish to try to get
tid of Lwndruff snd to prevent Bald
hi br feedlna- ths cerms which cauas
, wan Canthrarliles. Va.isllns. ,0!ycer- Big Petition to Oust Senator Smoot t
Ins and similar buoih-cw mui iwm
the principal msreoienis 01 mow tw
called Hair Vigors.
Newbro'a HernlcMe !s suecesfu
aim 1' attneka and kills ths parasitic
jerrn which feeda on tb hair roots.
It Is th oe'slnsl snd crlv genulns
rln ermWA manufactured.
80M bv tedln druinri-t P"l le. In 1 the United Btstet Senate will be sent
, n 1 TT . In! il f n .
nips lor nmpii iu iuw iki ( m.
Be presented to Congress.
NEW YORK, Jan 18. Eighty vol
lines containing the signatures of
American women who deir to se Sen
ator Reed Smoot of Utah ousted from
Eagle Drug Store, 351 -353 Bond St.,
Irs-I Drug Store. 649 Com. St, T. F.
IsuHn. Prop. "Special Agent."
to Washington this we k. Kix months
sgo th National League of Women's
Organizations sent sn appeal to every
tate in the union, a-king women to
NEW YORK. Jan. lA-For four
hour Utt night Frank t. Harding.
president of public school No. HI. id
Brooklyn, was put thifcugh, a iid
examination on a charg 01 )-
malk-ally chrwtianising his pupils,"
eventy-flv percent of whom are said
to b Hebrews.
Th excitement reached such a pitch
that th -chairman threatened to call
th polk to clear tb room of every
person but tbos directly concerned.
The charge was mad in writing and
signed by the head of sixty fsmiliee
all Hebrews. It was said that Prl
dent Harding read th bible, pok of
Christ and had bolf pictures oa th
On little girl testified that the prin
cipal said every person but a hypo
crite, believed in Christ. Th principal
admitted part of the charges, ha de
nied the rest. He said b read quote
tations from th scriptures, but not
from the bible, tb quotations being
in a nm.1! book entitled "Gems of Wis
ilim." He) did not deny thst tiejw
might be a few boly pictures on the
"Did you read the Lord's prsyer to
tha children!" the attorney for those
making the charges asked.
"No." the principal snswer.-d with
entlm-ia-m, "I know the Lords prayer
snd reeited it to the children."
The hearing is to be continued to
Policeman is Called and Finally Ar
rests th Lady for Attempted
Suicide. Th Coroner Will I a vest l-
gate th Circumstances Surrounding.
NEW YORK.' Jsa. 1. -Coroner
Bremer of Brooklya, received a sum
mons just befor last midnight to hss
ten to th home of Otto F. IlothfleW,
wealthy commisaiua merchaint liv
ing in the exclusive section of Bay
Ridge, and iuvestigat th shooting vf
Mrs. Itotlield who was dying of a
bullet sound ia th head.
Though th polk hsd received no
notice of the tragedy, Dr. Brr wss
informed that the shooting bad takea
place early yesterday. A misunder
standing was responsible for th fail
ure of th family to notify th authori
ties Tb coroner's presence was de
sired to tske Mrs. BnthlMd's ant
mortem statement. A polk-rmta was
dispatched to the bonis of th Both
fields and after inquiry he U laced th
dying woiuaa under formal arrest oa
charge of attempted suiride.
At th time of th shooting I hers
were present in the houe Mr. Roth
field's two sons, Rudolph. O.. and Har
ry J., a married daughter, Mrs. Arth
ur D. Constant, and the servants. ,
The family who hsvs been alarmed
for two months bevsu-e of tb high
ly nervous condition of Mrs. Itolhflcld.
Mere aroused early in the morning by a
pistol shot folloued by the sound of
a body falling.
Th childrea hastened to the room
occupied by their parents and found
Mr. Bothfltld bending over th body
of his wife, lis said she bad left ths
lied a carefully as not to disturb' him
and reached a bureau la a draw of
which was kept wsded pistoL Mr.
Rothfleld said his wif had apparently
pressed tha weapon to her left tempi
and pulled th triger. Coroner Brew
er and the police will conduct aa la-
Mr. Rothfleld is a commission mer
chant with offices at M Broad Street,
this city, is a mmbr of th Ridge Club
of Bay Ridge and Mts. Rothfleld 1 a
leader In society of the district.
Ikglnnirig of th
Cooper! Aaaaal Clears nc 81 Row
Gcbg Oa. Doat Mia It
In th maintenunc-e of cotton prices
even Mississippi knows no color.
Mrs. Michael nart, wif of th super
intendent of Cart Service at Kingston,
Jamaica, West Indie Islands, says that
she has for some (years used Chamber
lain's Cough Remedy for coughs, croup
and whooping cough and ha found it
very beneficial. She has Implicit con
fluence in it and would not b without
a bottle of it In her horn. Sold by
Frank Hart, and leading druggists.
Pleasant and Most Effective,
T. J. Chambers, Ed. Vindicator, Lib
erty, Texas, writes Dec. 25, 1902 1
"With pleasure and unsolicited by
you I bear lestimnny w ins curative
power of Ballard's Horehound Syrup. 1
hsvs u-ed it my fsmily and can cheer
fully affirm U is the most effective and
best remedy 'or coughs and colds I have
Danger! of a Cold and How to Avoid
Moia fatalities bar their origin is
or result from a cold than from any
other cause. This fact slons should
mak people more careful ss thers l
no danger whatever from a cold when
It is property treated in th beginning
For many yesr , Chamber's in's Cough
Remedy hss been recognixvd as th most
prompt and effectual medicine in use
for this discs e. It acta on nstur
nlan, loosens I' e cough, relieves tb
'ings, opens th secretion and sids
-tur in resto ing th system to
kea1thy condition. Sold by Frsnk Dsn
snd leading druggi'ta.
on drsught and In bottles
Brewed -sler ssnllsry condition sad
prupst aged rlghl nrrc ia Astuf I.
Easiest Thing Ton Ever Pat
on Tour Feet. Sold by
C. A. GIMRE,
agent ron THE DOUGLAS wot
54) Bond H"-f Opp. Ross Hifg ns .. (
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