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THE MORNING ASTOItlAN,' ASTORIA OREGON.
FRIDAY, JOLY 13, ioo.
WATERFRONT ITEMS I A NECKTIE TIEUP!
SPECIAL SALE OF tWO-PIECE
AND OUTING SUITS
Beginning Monday, July 9, we will sell every two-piece
suit in our store at prices that will be sure to moyt them.
There are some seventy odd suits, everyone new and up-to-minute
in point of style. They must 11 be sold
Steamship Hilonian Leaves Out
Thousand Otrl Tie-makers Walk
Out in Gotham.
CAPTAIN LARKINS VERY ILL
Undine Missed Trip Yesterday Busi
net Quiet Along RiverCowrie
Put Here This Morning Notes
From Deck and Dock.
MANAGER INSULTS EMPLOYE
There was none of the Kamni fleet ia
these waters yesterday, the Undine be
ing hauled off the run, and the Lurline
not being ready to come out yesterday
morning. She will be down today under
command of Captain Olney, Captain
1rki-a i renorted dawrefously ill at
St Vincent's hospital in Portland, with
an affection of the heart Xhe captain
has a host of friends in Astoria, and in
fact along the entire river Win. who will
only be too glad to hear of his early
and complete recovery. .
SAN FRANCISCO, July 12.-The
United States local inspectors handed
down a decision yesterday exonerating
Captain R. Frederickson from the charge
of having neglected the boat and fire
drill r " his steamer, the National City.
The lo 000k showed the drills had been
executed faithfully every week as re
quired by law.
The fine steamship Hilonian arrived
down from Portland about 9 o'clock yes
terday 'morning and went to sea and
Honolulu during the afternoon. She had
a number of passengers and about 600
tons of freight
ine lelegrapb got down in season
yesterday) with a ht register and
some few tons of freight Purser Tuttle
sayt the heat so prostrated people along
the river that she had difficulty in get
ting anyone to take hep lines.
The steamship Comericwill be off
the Columbia bar at 2 o'clock this morn
ing, and will enter and go to Portland
for an immense load of lumber for Port
The brigantine Lurline left out yester
day afternoon on the hawsers of the
Wallula, on her way to San Francisco,
with a big load of lumber. She looks
like a yacht underway."-"
The steamer Alliance wij I be down
from Portland this morning at an early
s hour, en route to Eureka and Coos Bay
" points. ,
SAN FRANCISCO. July 12.-George
E. Billings, president of the Ship Own
ers' Association, has resigned. He still,
continues a member of the association.
The oil tanker Whittier was among
the getaways yesterday, for San Fran
cisco. The steamship Roanoke is due to ar
rive in from the south on Monday
The steamship Otter left the Bay City
Because Oat of the Managers Bad In
suited a Young Girl Employe,
All Girli go en Strike, De
' NEW! YORK, July I2AJ1 the necktie
industry of the city is still tied up in a
hard knot for conferences held last
night between the strikers and the con
tractors failed to smooth out the situa
tion. . .t?miT"
One thousand of the girl tie-makers
were in and-out f -Jefferson Hall all
day. Among them there walked as a
heroine Miss Fannie Pepper1, for it was
an affront '13 "her by one of the man
ager, which caused the girl to go on a
The union demanded a fine of $25
from the contractor and an apology,
both. of which reiWd to give.
To be treated like a lady," it the
watchword of the strikers.
Miss Sarah Brattnistein, the secretary
of the United Neekweae Makers' Union
of the Central Federation of Labor yes
terday directed the operations of a hun
dred tpxketl, some of which in tiieir
eaj were arrested, one said
"We do not care for the boss, yet we
would aot hurt him, but we say this
much, that unless he apologizes for his
conduct there will be all the New York
men going to business with no necktie
next winter. It is -for the dignity of
labor that we stand."
All of the contractors met yesterday
afternoon In a hall in Cannon street
and decided to intrench against these
demands of the strikers. The union will
hold a mass meeting in Jefferson Hall
at 8 0 clock this morning.
$75 8.75 $9.00 $9.85
Get in the game and save one-half
Sec Our Windows.
P. A. STOKES
"Public Confidence Is Our Greatest Asset."
'Uoret Old Sores.
hWestmoreltnd, Kant., May 5, 1902
Ballard, Snow Liniment Co., your Snow
Liniment cured an old sore on the aide
of -my chin that .was supposed to be a
eancer. The sort was stubborn and
would not yield to treatment, until I
tried Snow liniment, which did tike work
in short order. My sister, Mrs. Sophia
J. Carson, Allensville, Miffin Co., Pa, his
a tore and mistrusts that it is a can
cer. Please send her a 50c bottle. Sold
by Hart's drug store.
Will Equalize Things.
"The people," said the first trust mag
nate, "art kicking about our selling stuff
cheaper abroad than we do at home."
"Well,'' responded the second trust
magnate slowly, "if they kick hard
"We may have to raise thoe foreip
prices." Philadelphia Bulletin.
HE WANTS HIS HEAD
FRENCHMAN IS SENTENCED TO
DEATH FOR MURDER AND RE
FUSES PARDON -WOULD GIVE
ALL CHANCE TO SEE EXECUTION
Do Not Neglect Your Bowels.
Many serious diseases' arise from neg
lect of the bowel Chamberlain's Stom
ach and Liver Tablets are a pleasant and
agreeable laxative. They invigorate the
on weanesaay evening for this port and ver and regulate the bowels. For salt
will load out lumber for the Orient. by Frank Hart and leading druggists.
Are you acquainted with it? The
most of you are. All of you should
of course! The greatest bargain
ever offered to the Astoria housewife
& STOKES CO.
NEW YORK, July 12.-A cable dis-
patch to a morning paper from Paris
"I want to be guillotined. They con
demned me to death, and they shall exe
cute me. I'll have none of their pap
dons. There is no reason for a revision
of my sentence. Pari hat not seen an
execution in 10 years, and I'm going to
give them the sight free."
This declaration was made by Pierre
Adam to the' prison authorities and
lawyers who were trying to persuade
him to appeal for a commutation of his
death sentence fof murder. He hat re
sisted the persuasions persittenly for
three weeks and clamors to have his
head chopped oft. The authorities do
not comply with his wish.
The position is t curious one. As the
law stands it prescribes that executions
shall be public, but since the guillotine
was moved some years ago from the
notorious Place de la Roquette the offic
ials everywhere have successfully re
sisted the attempts to secure a new site
ana tot guillotine nas lam idle in a
shed, the officers of justice not ventur
ing to offend any part of the city by In
sifting upon it erection. They have
consequently persuaded every person
condemed to death to appeal for a com
mutation, which was forthwith done.
Adam's unprecedented refusal creates
t difficulty. A public execution invari
ably leads to disturbing carousals and
mifchievousness by the scum of the city
and the establishment of a guillotine
anywhere without the assent of the au
thorities ref resenting the respectable
citizens would inevitably arouse anger.
Hence the reluctance to carry out death
. Bills are under discussion alternately
legalising private executions and abolish
ing capital punishment, and Adam's
novel attitude may lead to the passing!
o? one or the other.
CHARMS BEAST BY
WOMAN IN BLACK HILLS IS AT
TACKED BY MOUNTAIN LION
SINGS ALL NIGHT AND KEEPS
LION FROM ATTACKING HER
CHICAGO. July 12 A dispatch to the
Record-Herald from Omaha, Neb. sayt:
Mrs. John Underwood of New York.
who hat been tamping with her husband
in the black hills, owes her life to tongs,
which saved her from a mountain lion,
which attacked her Tuesday night. The
animal leaped on the woman, knocking
her down, and stood with its forefeet on
her breast Mm. Underwood tcretmed,
but suddenly remembered that ferocious
beasts sometimes are tamed by music
and began to sing. As long at she tang
the auimal stood harmless, but whenever
she ceased it growled and appeared at if
it waa about to kill her. 'All night long
she kept up her song, and yesterday
morning, when she was almost overcome
by exhaustion, she wa found by her
husband with the lion standing over her,
Mr. Underwood shot the animal.
INSANE FROM PROSPERITY.
CHICAGO, July 12.-A dispatch to the
Revmd-Herald from llaltliiiore, Md.,
Prosperity is declared largely reapon
slbl.. for the marked increae In ln
sanity, according to the report of Dr.
Charles Hill In charge of the Mount
Hope retreat, which wa imido public
"I Mieve." says Pr. Hilt, "that by a
thorough research it could be traced In
a great part to the prosperity of the
period; the luxurious indulgence, the
dissipations, the departure from the old
standard of rectitude and the moral deterioration."
Deep tearing or wrenching paint, oc
casioned by getting wet through; wort
when at rest, or on first moving tht
limb and in cold or damp weather, it
cured quickly by Ballard't Snow Lini
ment Oscar Oleson, Gibson City, III.,
writee, Feb, 16, 1902: "A year ago I
wat troubled with a pain in my back. It
toon got so bad I could sot bend over.
One bottle of Ballard't Snow Liniment
cured me." Sold by Hart's drujr store.
SKY SCRAPES FIRE.
Firemen Fight Flaran On Thirteenth
Floor of Big Sky Scraper.
ST. 1.0118, July lS.8h.rtly after 2
o'clock this morning (Ire broke out on
the thirteenth floor of the Mlwourl
Paclllc Railroad bulldiiiK. Neiith end
Market treet. It originated lit a loom
where old rvcird were kept. AH the
downtown towers and extension ladder
were brought out, hut would only reach
to the sixth floor. Pipe linet were car
ried through the window and holted
by meant of rope. The attic on the
thirteenth floor where the flre originated
U a low shed room and the firemen
worked lying down. Hallways and cor
ridors were flooded with water which
ran in a stream down the elevator shift
Hie fire wat remarkable In that It wat
tw. i. in- Limit, .jr? :" ,b" bwn
He My lov, will be a. everlasting t." iM ,ttttodt '
the start. wn were engagea in ngtiting
' tne blase until an early hour. The dam-
tge could not be estimated. Tit store-
HoUon it out with a statement that
he doesn't want the presidency, either.
Just our luck?
, She But the stars tre falling all the
He I will love you for ages and
cycles. I will love you while time n
durei, I will love you when Bryan Is no
longer- a candidate and they're turning
water in the Panama canal.
She Oh. you darling! I am yours.
Kansas City Time. '
Northern Securities, Maybe.
Constant lteedei-They say there is a
combination of trust companies bark of
this new gas proposition.
Vox Pnpull How far hark, do you
Constant Render Oh, a cafe distance.
I should guess. Exchange.
Morning Astorian, 85 centt per month,
delivered by carrier.
Economical With Hit Barrel.
'He's a great political economit," said
Senator Rebate of a brother stntesumn,
"A political economist?"
"Yet; he can g-t renult with one-half
the boodle required by any other election
bos in the country." Kanas City.
room was filled with many recordt which
may be of great value.
Kennedy Laxative noney and Tar it
original laxative cough syrup and com
bines the qualities necessary to relieve
tht cough and pnrgt the system of mid.
Contains no opiates, gold by C Rogers. J
Have Yon a Conzh
A dose of Ballard't Horehound Syrup
will relieve it Have yon eoldf
Try it for whooping coughs, for asth
ma, for consumption, for bronchitis.
Mrs. Jot McGrath. 327 E. First street.
Hutchison. Kans writes: "I have used
Ballard's Horehound Syrup in my family
for five years and find it the most
palatable medicine I ever ased. Sold by
Hart's drug store.
Salary Is Secondary,
Confidential Friend What is the sal
ary that goes with your position?
ueric (in Pennsylvania Kailroad ser
vice) I have forgotten jut what they
pay me, but I can tell you what I make
in a year out 'of the job. Chicago
" Solving the Problem.
Mr. Nuritch What! You want to
marry my daughter? Why, you ain't
able to support yourself!
Young NervyQuite so. That's the
very excuse 1 gave to my family for
wanting to marry your daughter. Phil
horning Astorian, 06 cents per month,
delivered by carrier.
Jh t5he fejJt .
THE KIND THAT GIVES ABSOLUTE SATISFACTION. WE LIKE
TO SELL LOTS OF GOODS, BUT WE LIKE BETTER TO HAVE
YOU COME AGAIN AND THE ONLY WAY IS TO SEE THAT
YOU GET SATISFACTION THAT IS THE AIM OF THE BIG
STORE. OUR UNDERWEAR IS SOFT, DURABLE, COMFORTABLE,
Sleeveless, 5-7-10 to 50
Wing sleeves, 10-12 25
Long sleeves, summer
weight, 25 and 48 cents.
Payits, lace trimmed to
match, . '
Union suits (combination
garment), 50 cents
suit. 4 -
Light weight wool, long
, sleeves, 75 centt gar
ment One grade, sleeveless
" vest, exceptionally fine
" wool , ...90 cents -
, LACE H0SB. i5-5-50 CENTS
EMBROIDERED HOSE 15-15-60 CENTS
. MEN'S UNDERWEAR.
BALBRIGGAN ...50 CENTS GARMENT
LIGHT WEIGHT WOOL......... 85 CENTS GARMENT
Fresh and Reason
able Groceries For
Every Body and at
Prices that are Right
Shipment of Fancy
Phoni Main 681, 513 Commercial St
That make shopping a
pleature good ralut for
your money and "It'i a
pleaaure to ahow goods,"
talesmen. We hart them
. both. It's no trouble
but a pleasure to show
you goods, and we set
that you get your
money'a worth. Drop'
in and look at our
parlor teti and center
tablet this week. The
price, style, and finish,
will astonish you.
585-500-593 Commercial St,