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About The morning Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1899-1930 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 16, 1907)
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 1, 1B07.
THE MORNING ASTOIUAN, ASTORIA, OREGON.
Widow of Millionaire Confesses
Bigamy During Lawsuit.
AUTHOR RUN OUT OF THEATER
Aneltnt Architecture Fa.1 Dii.pp.ir
Ing Quean Alexandra Visit Hli
torlo Hardwiok. Hall Recently
In Htr Motor Car.
I.ONIii, Jim, 1 5. Itlvitt rliilniM ar
! rK imi'le l lln million b'fi l.y Mi
lulu JiinioH I'ikiIo Wuifntnff, whoa wl
low In now iiwiillliiK tit.il on hur "'i
ft'HHliiil tif lilttiilny, Tint I it t h T rl.ilii.
mil I Juliii W.iKHiurr, u iio I-iIiiih i
lilt lll'll -III -IllVV Ulictrr thr will of the
tli'ii'1 MilllliitiiilM, who In iIkmi i IIii1 ii
rcNlilliiK nt Manor Turk, I'm ton, Ur
lfri l.oii', t . 1 1 1 x t Itrforiii Cluli. nt: I
nihi-r inMriNHfM. WiiKxtuiT iili-d in
Hipt.'iiiln-i l!iu:i. Iwivlnir nil h,- iim.
cimril lo "my iinr wfi" linrolliy Jo.
m-pliln., WitKNtiirr. After hih- hti'l Imi
III Ulllllllt'l lllll..NHlll of 111,; fur-
Iiiiik for nearly Uirm- y-urn u null wu
fllli-tnl by ll f'l,.nl null of II I'llllfi,
(if llli' ijm limll, Mlio ilallni'.l Hit.
lull- mi itii uioiiiii) that t In. I,, in-ill I t
Ululi'r Clip will wim mllhi-r tin- wife
or On' 'l'ui' of tln l-Hintor, nil
tlliTPfurn rouM llol l- Ihi' M-to In
tiMiiti il lo pnjy f f.iiiiinr.. The rv
ii!m In . mill n,i j,t,i"l upon I1.
mlml of Mm. WiiKuhifT ilmt fliiiilly h'h
ii iclliovl looking woiiinii uHt nilil'l'i'
UK'-, iti niinillritlly I'lil.'H il Ki'iiiliiKd ii
'llllri Mtltllutl llll'l IIIIIK lllll ''d tllilt H,
I. ml ioniinlit.il lilifiuiiy l.y ui.tri )Ihk
.Iiiiik l'..o.. WiikiOiiIT In m:i.1 whi!
Jut liwlul himli.ii.il, AlfH'.l liil.N.in :.? I .
lulid, ntlll iilU". Aiiot. lull-lit
liiw, lii-riii'H Hhnlli-y WiiKiiturr, linn nl-
fil.l a liiilii .in l-i. tli.i .. IJt m
VlvlliK o "f IllH rmiHln, I i Int.. .IoIiii
WaKHlaff, Hint I lir fin I that tin- h ul l
tor hiul I wo Ml HI rouxinx l"tli miiii'd
.tolm n oiiilx. K to In- mi Inti i '-xtlnK f ' i
tun1 of (hi. Illit for ii fiiiiuiii', wtli'li
In x''t ilown for trial tin. latter purl "f
Jtriu.iry. Hymjuitliy lx fell for tin- n--
I 11 Hl'd Ml" Wlll(H!lllT, who tnlil tile l"-
Hie aiilhul 111. h that the III! put I unit Iri
of the t' latlM N of her hUHtianil, 111 tlie'.r
fl K t fur iioxxexxh ii of hlx 1-t.tatc, h i I
(lllvcli her to ilMi.irtlor., Mini lliat .'i.e
felt like l ollfeXXllIK hel eri 0 illi't
tiuiiin ',uk In I ilKhtx uinli-i h. r Inn-
tlitllil'x lll lillllef lllall I'HIK't" I'lulll'.'
II. r o. e.i xh,. tl.-l I liri'll n 1 1 Jer I . I ,i
tl'icfil tho flrxt tlmo wim the uiiluuo
I'X pel le lire nf I.ll wrwil'll HoUM'tWlil,
Miitlior of tin- "Vicar of Wiiki'lb'H,"
MiiniiKcr I 'III ZOM. of Ih.. 1'ilnrn of
Walex 'I'hiMtrii, where I lie i ilie liu
'("ill oituiiimI, explnliix Hint hlx m-r-liny
coinpliillieil of ii Ki'iitli'iiiiin In . n
of Din huxi'x who had "InuKlii'f! d r;
Nlvcly" nt xoineihlii ti ihi. ph.,,, ,
Ihe llrxt ml, Amerliliitnif Unit llm
Imic In iiiexlon wax ociujili'il hy Air.
lI'Mixi.niiin, Ihi. HianiiKer iiiinh, hlx w.i
thi-ri. forlhwlih. Now Mr, lloiixein.tii
hii'l iIIxowiiimI the otx-rn heciiuxn, in
"Ity. of the liilerpoliilloii of illaloKU';
ini'l lyrhx not wrlttfii or xiinitloiicil I.;
Ilin, It wax when nn Inlei pnlalii'1 ly.
l it- wax rein heil (hat Mr, lloiixem ' i
hml IniiKlieil loudly and derlxlve'
MitniiKer t'urxon told (In- rninpoxer 1j
h'llVn (In. Iheiilri., Mr. Jloiixem ,.
I lli'd wnrinly (hut h Inli-ndod lo xlt It
It. "I'll ulV. yi it minute to " I
out," lilxed llm niaiiiiKi-r, lidding Norn"
thliiK inoxl iiiii'oiiipllini.iiiiiry, M
II- iixi'irmn toxi- lo hit feet IhrrndtnltikT,
whoii Mr. Curon, to xhow he wax .i
inriiexi, whirled Mr. IIoiikvui.iu iirotunl
and with a puxh mid a kh k propeiied
I nn ihroiixh the door. TakliiK ih' iih
Ihi. i tii. for hlx exit, Mr. Ilouxeiiiaii h 't
thi theatre wllhout further ndo. ti i
"llxeoinilti.il author averx (hat 'tvi
lllxhap, Hie American tenor, mad.;
n.nliy of the ohjet lloiiiihle nil' rat hirix
lit "The Vicar of Wukefleld," and in
mainly to Maine for Urn xtratiKe n
I rover xy over (he opertt.
To I... khke.l mil of
' lli li' III t IH'tt HI i-l .1 H.I'
le I UK
The. xky-xcritper xtyle of arclilt im
t in , utterly commonplace n conccp.
Hon and execution ax II lx, lx rapidly
H-plailiiK much of the beautiful and
vaie, wink of liK"iie architect of
tiixto and talent. In central I.ond in
the woik of Millilllf down .Hid rehii'M.
IhhT hiix altained Hie propor' Imix of a
i ia.e, nii'l many liiterenHiiR- linkx with
the pax! are xwepl away hy the rut!.
!' h.indx of the .ircnU cli In xtee!
mid Iron, (me of Ihexe modem il
riadatl'.nx of an hllecture Ih k''I"K 'ip
i II I i Ml fin i -I'liutncy lllll, 'he ilouhle
Kateway lo whh h wax an ohjecl of
Hie.it iin hilei lur il inteti'M. The hill
wax ullhln the area of the (irciit ',,
mid inoliahiy the only relic remain
h.K "f the hlllldlllKX lll.it ociupiel 't
I efore I h.K date It to he found In Urn
cellar of the houHp with tic car.ed
rail-way, wnere are Itaiex .are to t
xein of the archia or cyrpt of the
fiimoiix .M.ilior of Hie tne. TV? trite
way witx an only example of the taxle
of t;ie ' I'lllar and I'oxl' ,ieriod "f I'll
lii-:i .itchclei tine. In later i'.'iyx thlx
"lyle wax maiked hy j:n ixlra"r,inary
p"fUd'-claNii- revival, whin Hie mu'i
HI ai l lire of leliiph x hciame a r"U' lil
i'iihIIV. Aliuther relic Kl'flltly nii--ed
I. .he dooiway i if WhlttliiKt'in lvu.,i
oil I'.illi'Ke lllll, which rlelV'ii lo p.-t
Nf I Vc (he memory of the famous l"rd
u ayor of l.und.in. Th" name of Hid
Hill Ii all lli.it MiiviveH of the toi'i-RH
Ii.. f iiii'l.'ij then-. Th'- !trower liall,
HITEB ! W
Women for thu numt nnrt spend
their lives tit luiiiii', nnil it is these,
women wlio are willing niid umliitiotis
Unit tlu'lr lioincs hhull ho kept nctit
and pretty, Hieir cliildreti well dressed
find tidy, w ho do their own conkiiik.
Bweepinef, (lii.stin und often wnsliine;,
Inminjf imil newhik tf tli( out iris
fiimily, who i'iiU for our Nyinptithy.
Trill v tli) work of Niudi a woman
la "never ilone" tiiul Is it any wonder
Unit she, breaks down lit tho end of n
few years, tho lmck la-jfiim to tudie,
thero isadlsplaci'ment, iiillnnimiition
or ulcerat ion of the abdominal organs,
a fiuiiiilo weakness isbrouKbt on, and
ttio Htrujfiflo of that wife im! tnoUicr
to conlinuo her duties is pitiful.
Lyilla E. Plnkham'a VcRetablo
Compound, mado from native roots
and herbs, is tho exact nieiliclno a
woman needs whoso strotijrth is over
taxe.d. It keojiH tho feinlnino orpins
in a Btronjf und houltliy condition.
In prepariiijf for childbirth and re
cuperating therefrom it is most clll
clent. It carries a woman safely
through tho change of lifo and in
making her strong anil well assists
her to be a good wife and mother.
Mrs. Radle Abbott, of Joannette,
Pa,, writes :
'I 8iiffored severely with pain every
month and also a palnln my left aide. My
doctor priwrlbwr for me bijt did me no
cood: a friend aivlsd Lydla B. Pinkham's
Vm. lahia Comnound and I wrote you in
regard to my condition I followed your
.:LiL .a .m . nnrfertlv well woman. Tha
:..'..- . itUnrWe.1 and I cannot
tftenmmend vour metllcine too highly."
MRS. PREE MC-KITRICK
Mrs. l'reo McKitriek, of Lu Fargo,
Wis., writes :
Dour Mrx. rinkhnm:
"For six years I FufTored from fomale
vfeiikness. f was ho irregiilar that I would
go from three wivks to six inimtliH, so I
thought I would give I.ydia 10. rinkliam'i
Vegetahle Ciiii)ouiid a trial,
"Now 1 ma once more well and can do my
work without a pain. Any ono who wixhcH,
can write to mo and I will answer all lotkra
Women should remember that Lydia
K. I'iukhani's Vegetable Compound
holds tho record for the greatest
number of actual cures of female ills.
Hvcry suffering woman in tho
United States is asked to accept tho
following invitation. It is free, will
bring you health and may save
Mrs. Pinkham's Invitation to Women.
Women suffering from any form of
female weakness are invited to
promptly communicate with Mrs.
lMnkham, at Lynn, Mass. From tho
symptoms given, tho trouble may be
located and tho quickest and surest
way of recovery advised. Out of her
vast volume of experience in treating
female Ills Mrs. Pinkhara probably
has the very knowledge that will
help your case. Her advice is free
and always helpful.
I followed your
well woman. Tha
il and I cannot
rour ...-.. "" Whwe Other. Fall.
E. Plniham s icgciaDic urnipuuuu .. -
It is here and has come to stay a while and
if you ever needed good heavy clothes you do
now. and never before were prices sc low on
the goods you need as they are at
The Great Clearance Sale
is still on and hundreds of people are taking
advantage of this great
Money Saving' Proposition
You should not fail to get your share of these
good bargains. We quote a few prices be
low which should interest you.
Oregon Wool BlanKets
$12.50 valus. finest lambs wool,
10.CX) values, special $7,50
K..0O values, special $5.00
10.(X) value, gray mottled
8.50 values, special $6.00
All others at same reductions.
Heavy Scotch Tweed
THEY ARE ALL WOOL and
can be worn in warm or cold
$25.00 values, special $18.00
22.50 values, special $16.00
20.00 values, special $14.25
Come in and take a look at these.
MEN'S FINE SUITS
A few broken lots of $25.00, $27.50
and $30.00 suits, none worth
less than $25.00
Your choice $20.00
Over 200 $15.00 suits, odd lots .
Take advantage of this opportunity to buy bright new goods at such low prices.
E. C JUDD, Proprietor. 684 Commeecial Street, Between 15th and 16th.
in! far fiuin Cluniislili', was another
i;i..iit ball whUh was swept ii'vay by
tin- Ki''al lire. It was ivliullt with a
Hit' K.ilfW.-iy opt nliiK onto Atttlle utre-t
wlilt !i iiImi has Wn mm ki d 'or tlo
!lnirt;Mi. (ileal (inii'Hiil street, w'iirh
i,v h:id h-nw" i if a iii;nlfl"l (loir -j-tu
i)i i. ntcr. Willi line jiortlcoH and
: iiann-t.il piteways, is repidly being
Iiiiiisrniiie,i Inlo a Klnvt o' bospKuls
ami Inslltiitlons, ami to old renldeius
I us lost Its iilentlty entirely. Here
l.iinl Cluneellor Thuilnw, the Karl of
.H.inlwicke, and other IlKures Kieat in
I'.i.kIIhIi history lived.
Tlieie are ninny move doorway i'f
Inleresl ntlll to be seen in central L'.n-
ilnn. bill they will not Ioiir survive tne
destruettve ndvanee of the modern
oddly enough, a street whUh until
i.ow has been spared the Kenernl fait'
l irlvell to nivliiteits- otllees to the
very men who have decreed Hie d
Ki-adatiou of the adjoJinliiK iistrlct.
1 . is Queen Anno's Gate. The jild
il k's dale bark to the i-eitt" rrom w nii'll
the slrei'l takes lis inline. The door
ways and porticos In Queen Anne'
Hutu helll the architectural style nf
the houses, and recall the time when
the street was the home of states. en
like I. ord ("iicy and Lord Xortli and i f
beauties like l'e' Wolllnfiton.
While KitiR Kdward is havinp Ri-eat
fporl In the warne preserve of the
lMike of Devonshire, his royal consoit.
Queen Alexandra is making; dally mo
tor trips accompanied by the duchess
1'ioni Hallow to points of Interest 'n
the picturesque l'euke country. One
of these excursions took the Queen to
llardwicke Hall, her host's beautiful
lOllmbethan mansion, a few miles from
( hcsierfleld. This house was built by
the very masterful "liesH of HaH
wicke," the famous Countess of
Phresbury, who was also an .
chitect (feminine gendor) of 1
Itself. Her Initials, surmounted hy o
coronet, are carved high by her ow i
hand on the stonework of every tow,;
of Hardwleke and are even outline
in the flower beds and boxwood bor
ders in the forecourt. Before return
ing to London It Is announced thl
Queen Alexandra will visit Nowstead
Abbey, the old monastery which '
Pyrons made their home. Here Hyr n
fitted up a corner of the house for h'lr
self, and his bedroom remains almi' t
as be left It. The cloisters of the mon
astery were the poet's favorite so ;,
and of these he wrote:
"Amidst the court a Gothic foot
Symmetrical, but docked with car'-
StranKo faces like to men In ma.sque
lade, And here perhnps a monster, than a
The British peerage has just b'en
Placed and enriched by another fair
American girl and her millions. The
new peeress Is Miss Hermolne Scn-v
ley. of Pittsburg, a ward of Andrew
Carnegie, and her matrimonial pri're
l:i Tjord Ellenborough, a retired com
niander in the royal navy, who is all
o' slxtyfhc rend had long been regard
fd as n confirmed bachelor, hadv El
lenborough is the youngest d aught
of .Mrs. freneniey, wnose husband am
assed an enormous fortune in Jltt
imgn ana presented a splenoit! pars
aril several buildings to that city. He
was a close friend of Mr. Carnegie,
and at his death he appointed the sveel
magnate guardian to his daugh'ers
M r. Carnegie sent the bride some mar-
nilieent Jewels, and J. rierpont Mo'-gan
was also among the millionaire do- rs
of wedding presents. Lord Ei'onbor
eiigb has taken his bride for a In .
honeymoon tour. Their ultimate des
tination Is Albania, and as both ::r
ki en shots they are looking forwa 'J
to some good sport. A sister of the
new peeress Is the wife of Col. (lore,
and they live In London. Mrs. Sehen
ey rarely visits America now, prefer
ring to live In her country home in
County Hants, It appears probable
therefore, that the family will perma
nently reside In England, though Pitts
burg remains the source of their
Are you tired, fagged out, nervous,
sleepless, fee' mean? Hollister's Rooky
Mountain Tea strengthens your nerves
aids digestion, brings refreshing sleep.
33 cents, Tea or Tablets.
For sale by Frank Hart.
I.I.I l i.,.., i.l.ltlllllili I
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Opnimlorphine nor Mineral.
A perfect Remedy forConstipa
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Worms convulsions .Feverish
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Sherman Transfer Co.
HENRY SHERMAN, Manage!
Hacks, Carriages Baggage Checked and Transferred Trucke ard Furniture
Wagont Pianoi Moved, Boxed and 8hpped.
433 Commercial Street
Main Phone 121