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THE MORNING AST01UAN, ASTOUIA, OREGON.
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 30, 1007.
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WILL STAGE SALOME
Criticism Does Not Seriously Af
fect Fortunes of Piay.
COSTLY SETTING PREPARED
Managers See No Reason For Striking
Out Scene Which Some New
Yorkers Find Objectionable,
and Will Present !t Entire.
PARIS, J.in. 29. The KreiKh Acad
emy of Sciences has receivej from Hie
Prince of Monaco a report on (he chief
features of his scientific campsite"
the Arctic last year. Nine nationali
ties w ere represi mod anions the scien
tist on hoard the two vessels, the
Princess Alice and the Qvedfjurd. The
most difficult work was the seodetle
survey of the hitherto unexplored
niounlan region of Spitsbergen. Un
der the guidance of Captain lssachen.
who with Sverdrup on the Kram ex
pedition, a party of seven Norwegians
and one Frenchman covered 1,600
miles over interior glacier, camping
between crevasses without other re
sources than those carried by their
dog train. The party obtained a com
plete chart of the region, which is
covered with glaciers, only the sum
mits of the mountains showing above
the ice. The meteorological experi
ments were especially interesting. Pi
lot balloons dispatched from the Prin
cess Alice explored the atmosphere up
to the hitherto unattalned height of
90.000 feet. The air was so rare there
that the tiny balloons which only men
sure three feet In diameter, could be
followed with the naked eye for a dis
tance of 120 miles. During the hydro
graphic researches in Cross Bay, ice
bergs of exceptional dimensions were
observe! Their ciroumferer.ee was as
much as 1800 feet and their height 80,
Doctors Porter and Richard made some
Interesting experiments relative to
the blood of polar animals and some
Instructive landscapes were painted
by M. Tinayre, who worked in the in
terior of Spitzbergen as far north as
CARESS MAY KILL.
Scratch by Child's Finger Nail Causes
NEW YORK, Jan. 29. Dr. Ten Eyck
Elmendorf, a young physician at Bel
levue hospital, is seriously ill with
blood poison in a special ward of that
Institution, from a baby having cl i-p-ed
him about the neck. Dr. Elmendorf
was in charge of the baby ward and
a natural love of children mads him
more than usually Interested in his
patients. One of these, an eighteen
months old boy, is suffering from spi
nal meningitis, but he has been so
bright that the doctors and nurses
both coddled him.
Last Thursday Doctor Elmer.dorfi
was leaning over this child's cot and
the infant threw his arms around the
physican's neck. While Dr. Elmen
dorf was unclasping the child's hands,
the child accidentally scratched the
doctor's neck with one of his finger
nails. Dr. Elmendorf thought nothing
of the scratch until Saturday when it
began to trouble him and he applied
antiseptics. The scratch became so
painful yesterday that he consulted
Dr. Davenport White, had of the med
ical staff. Dr. White found that the
interne was suffering from inflamma
tion of the tisues, due to blood poison
ing. MAY BACK OLIVER.
NEW YORK, Jan. 23. J. C. and A.
M. Stewart, members of the contract
ing firm of James Stewart & Company
of New York and London went to
Washington last night to confer ivith
W. J. Oliver and President Roosevelt
on the proposition said to have made
them tentatively to join Oliver in his
bid on the Panama canal contract.
The Messrs. Stewart said they pro
posed to look the groun dover thor
oughly before making any decision.
CHRONIC CONSTIPATION CURED.
One who suffers from chronic con
stipation la in danger of many serious
ailments. Orino Laxative Fruit Syr
up cures chronic constipation as It
aids digestion and stimulates the liver
and bowels, restoring the natural ac
tion of these organs. Commence tak
ing It today and you will feel better
at once. Orino Laxative Fruit Syr
up does not nauseate or gripe and Is
very pleasant to take. Refuse sub
stitutes. T. F. Laurln, Owl Drug
Chicago Merchant and His Daughter
Seek Relief in Death.
OHUWOO. Jan. '.'it.-Mystery nan
over the falo of a !ikovlov merchant
and his daughter, who for m re than
24 hours have been hidden from the
slsht of their relatives and the police.
The mi'Sins persons are William U.
Wleholdt and his daughter, Martha,
who have not been seen since Sunday
evening. They disappeared a few hours
before a tire, of suspected Incendiary
origin, was discovered and extinguish
ed in the furniture store conducted by
The last word from the missing man
was contained In a letter received yes
terday by his sister. Mrs. A. Stein.
The letter was posted from t Chicago
sub-station and contained the sentence:
"I will be dead by the time you re
ceive this letter, as 1 cannot face my
troubles any longer."
Mr. Wleboldt was t$ years of age.
His daughter was :M years of age.
Recently Mr. Wleboldt had become
involved in heavy financial trouble.
Jewish Election Committee In Russia
Fares Badly Through Police.
NEW YORK. Jan. 29. Word was re
ceived in this city yesterday of the
arrest last Thursday in Yllna. Russia,
of 19 members of the election com-'
mitreo of the Jewish party. The dis
patch was received by Dr. Lewln, for
merly a member of the Russian Douna,
who has been in this country for two
months. At the time of the arrest the
nineteen men were holding a political
conference in Dr. Lewln's home. The
arrests, it Is believed here, were due to
the fact that the party intended to
oppose govtrnment candidates to the
new douma. Ureat) indignation was
expressed by Jews In this city when
news of the wholesale arrest was made
known. Dr. Judah L. Magr.es, rabbi
of the temple Emmanuel, and secre-'
tary of the Federation of American
Zionists, said last night that a meet
ing of protest would probably be held
by the New York Jews.
SAME OLD GRAFT.
House Refuses to Quit the Free Dis
tribution of Seeds.
WASHINGTON, Jan. 29. Th- House
today passed the Senate bill Increas
ing the board of customs appraisers
in New York from ten to twelve. The
agricultural appropriation bill occu
pied nrst of the lay as usual, when
an amendment striking out free dis
tribution of seeds was reported to the
members, those from the farming dis
tricts outvoted those from the cities,
reversed the ruling of the chair and
restored the paragraph as had be"n
the law for years. A recommendation
to increase the salary of Chief For
ester Pinchot from 53.500 to 14.500,
a-:d Chief Wiley of the Bureau of
'hi-mistry, went out on a point of
The Iind Yoti Have Always Bought, and which has been
in use for over 30 years, has borne the Hiiiature of
All Counterfeits, Imitations and " Just-as-jrood" are but
Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of
Infants and Children Experience against Experiment.
What is CASTORIA
Castoria Is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare,
gorif Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It
contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic
substance. Its ago is its guarantee. It destroys Worms
and allays Feverishness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind
Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation
and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the
Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep.
The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend.
GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
The Kind You Have Always Bought
) In Use For Over 30 Years,
TMI CENTAUR COMPANY, TT WIMir STDCCT, NCVU VOBK C'TV.
order, The Important amendment was
a.lopted that no part of the money ap
propriated fir the expense of en-
forcement of the national pure
law should be 'paid to any state,
or district otlhial on the theory
the slatex should enforce their
pure food laws.
CAUGHT IN ELEVATOR,
Railroad Clerk Crushed to Death
SAN I'KA NVISi'i . Jan. J. V.
I'UtTey, a clerk In the passenger de
partment of the Southern P.tetllc Com
pany, was Instantly killed even
ing by being crushed by an elevator
In the James !'!:v. bHll.ii,
The elevator had slopped at the
ninth floor to lake- on a pass.ngpr.
lMlffey started to f llow when the ele
vator started suddenly, eruxhl.ig luf-
fey between the tloor
and the wall of (he
crushing his ehest ttat
No reason can be a
sudden starting of the
f the elevator
i levator shaft,
lU'KNOS AYRKS. Jan. 29. The
strike here continues, though th.it at
Rosario has ended and nearly all the
men have returned to work. The stri
kers have decided to remain out as
protest against the action of the
police, who, during the last few days
have prohibited meetings.
Pine Sa'.ve Carboltred acts like a
poultice; highly antiseptic, extensively
used for Eczema, for chapped hnnd.i
and lips, cuts, burns.
Sold by Frank Hart's Drug Store.
When Freedom from her mountain
Unfurled her Standard for all to se,..
These words appeared In black and
"Drink Kot-ky Mountain Tea."
For sale by Frank Hart.
Morning Astorlan. 60 cents a month,
delivered by carrier.
AH coach iTiups containing opiates eomtl
eat tba bcweU. Bee'i Ljiativo Honcr iq4
lu move tli bowel mi caUiu cuoputce.
Pold by Frank Hart's Drug Store.
Man, 'fa ,n j rtUListi-frfc Iftst&fltfiEj
I Coughtg 1
Conrotnu lo . " 1
NlionalFure I' 1
and has been made under his per
sonal supervision sineo its infancy.
Allow no one to deceive you in this.
WANTED A BKAMHTHKHH
plain and fancy sowing, also
lilltL WANTED Mt'ST UK A liuOD
cook; good wages to right party.
Apply at Astorl.in oiftce. 3t
W A N T K I - M EN I'd NO A N I
lug at 73S Exchange St.
AOENTS CANVASSERS, MIXERS.
peddlers, solicitors, mall order po
pie, etc., should bur KRAMER'S
HOOK OF TRADE SECRETS. Regu
lar p ice IS, but bad. of last edition
for $1.26 aa long aa they Inst. Ounr
anteed. Order quick. Sioux Pub. Co.,
Sutherland, Iowa. 11-lS-tf
WANTKD-SAIKSMF..V. MANY MAKE
(100 to $150 per month. Some even
more. Stock clean; grown on Reser
vation, far from old orchards. Cash
advanced weekly. Choice of territory.
AJdrw Washington Nursery Company,
Toppenish, Washington." 9 V tf
WANTEO TWO GOOD BUB8CRIP
tlon solicitors to work. First class)
proposition, good pay. Apply Astorlan
WANTED GENTLEMAN OR LA Pi'
of fair education to travel for Mer
cantile House of large capital. Te
rltory at home or abroad to su'
Weekly salary of $1,000 per year ir.d
expenses. Address, with stamp, Jo
seph A. Alexander, Astoria, Ore.
WHALE AMBER. MADE , IN NOR
way, guaranteed finest shot- drv
Ing out Your dealer handles It. Al
fred Andresen & Co., Minneapolis,
A I'.AROAIN-FIVE LOTS IN WAR
renton with a dwlllric w-ll located,
terniH roa.Honablo. Apply to Van Iju
'n Sc Co., IIS 11th sine!. 1-30-t
VOCAL CULTURE MISS GRACE
Rannel will give Instruction In tone
production. Coaching in classical
Ronps and ballads. 141 Duane street.
Phone Red 2091. tf
Some rf the nicent people in
ttie city live in furnished rtonm;
penile are moving at frsinent
interrals. Tell thern in a umall
ad. now attractive your rooms
aie. If your rooms are really O.
K , you'll have no trouble in get-
t nir them rented through one of
cur want ad. Try it. 4
Is on Bale in
J N. GRIFFIN'S BOOKSTORE.
OTZINGER'S HEWS DEPOT,
FRED BFOWN Both Stores
OCCIDENT HOTEL OFFICE,
JOS. JACOBS, CIGAR STORE.
For Kidney and ladder Troubles
the namefy Vy
Jiewarc of eirtmlerftiU
by nil ilni'.vliits.
ITTLI1 Slntor Wllkeraon
Wss handy with the tisodle.
Tucks and darts and hem and
She certainly could wheodle.
Out of, Into, any goods,
She always dresned most
Urol hup Wllkarsnn, ha 1ld,
Pneumonia rather hasty!
All the ulster of her church
Kxclmngrd nurprlse and wonder,
As to how she'd sot along.
She got along by thunder'
Wont to live In Want-Advlllt,
Where seamstresses wore wanted.
Never once by poverty
Was Uttle Plater haunted.
Advertise In The Morning AMorlan.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
HOWARD M. BROWNELL,
Offloe with Mr. J. A. Eakln, at No. 426
Commercial $t Astoria.
WANTED- I HKKI-: Mt'SIC l'lri'IIA
Ituniire at Astorlan ofllo.
MANPHIJN LESSON'S tllVEN - MItH.
C. P. Stewrrt, 127 Sventb strret.
Room with or without board (
rate ransonahle; good aooom
Biolation for transients. 14th
PR. RHODA C. HICXJ
Office Uiinxfi. Old. Pnone fllaxk XOf i
r,7l Commercial St., Astoria, Ora.
(or l.rc; nice cake, coffee, pie. or
' ' '
iloulmuLs, .r)c, at U. S. Restaur-
431 Howl St.
JAPANESE FIXINGS, MADE Or BAM-
BOO, LIGHT, STRONG, HAND- j
MADE, TABLES, STANDS, CHAIKJ, j
WHAT-NOTS, BOOKCASES, SHELV-1
125 Commercial St.. Astoria.
r RhjJKI'X.'KSON HHOSWe make a
cpeeialty of hoime moving, carpenters,
contractors, general jobbing j prompt at-
tent ion to all orders. Comer Tenth and
BUTTON HOLE AT THE BACK.
Your experience with it lm no doubt
lfad to much vexation, possibly pro
ftnity. Broke your fingernail trying to
pry it up from the neck -band, thf
You won't have that that experience If
you send your shirts to us j we save you
this trouble, and danger of tearing the
idiirt Try us and see,
Tenth and Duane Sta. Phone 1591
MEN AND WOMEN.
(; Bin U for unnntural
I I to I fl.n.
IrrltKllom nr ul'rnllol
tt 111 mc on niffinlrHnfl.
Pnliilfi. ami not aitrln.
gnnt or (inlminiiu,
Mold hj DrilUKlal.
or Hlit In plain wii)M,
by I'SproHM, prppulf, f
t Ofi. (.r1linii.2.7S.
Clrculuf mat uu ruuuwt
Bit 10 .irtRiHr.,
r. s. i.
WINES, LIQUORS AND C10AB&
IVpuUr Conoert Hall.
flood muslfl. All are waleome, Of
ner Boventk and Astor.
; 49 BOND ST '.
A .".TOR I A, 0BIG0I I
jj Carries the Finest Line of 5
I Wines, I
v and i
I CALL AND SEE US I
i aV s i m f m t sj iWl mi m 1 I I I I I f I (
Eagle Concert Hall
(320 Aitor Kt.J
The leodliij; ainiiM nifiit houa.
I Agency for luli.on PtiomKfsptis sad
flolj MouhUI Itew.tda.
I. A. I'KTMtNoN, Pr.,i
on draught and In bottles
Rrrwrd -vrr Military roiiillilun tad
pruprf.y ignl rlxhl but in Aatmla,
NO MATI'KK WIIEUK IXIATE!)
1r?t!.rtl,, nJ """In' of all kinds sold
! q'llcklv for rath In all part of tks
U'UUo! Stat. Don't wait. Writs to-
;naj osucrimnii wnat you & to sail
I n K1 "h ti on sams.
j IF YOU WANT TO BUY
'any kind of Iluinsa or Rsal EataU
j anywhere, at any price, writ nis your
i requirements. I can tar you tints and
DAVID D. TAFF,
THE LAND MAN
4S Knsai Avenue.
T0PEKA, - KANSAS.
Du. VAIN, 1 1 AN,
Py'blan Building, ARtoria. Oregon.
Dr. W. 0. LO(JAN
7H Conimorcial St.. Hlmnahan Building
mo fee charged on
lei 1 collection is
made. We make col
lections In all parti
of the United State.
413 Kansas Ave.
ANTHONY P. WILSON, Attorney
Pines Hotel in the Northwest.
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Undsrtahem arid Mmlmlmers.
Phone Mfin II II. (. it and Duane,