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SATURDAY, SEPT. 12
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HAS HIS PREFERENCES,
RAVENNA, O., Sept. 11. Judge
David L. Rockwell; the Democratic
nominee for lieutenant governor, yes
terday announced that he is to with
draw from the Democratic state tick
et He had preferred the nomination
of secretary of state.
BANK PAYS DEBTS.
WASHINGTON, Sept. 11. Re
ceiver Edwards of the New Amster
dam National Bank, of New Yorkf
wu in conference today with Comp
troller of the Currency Murray and It
wac decided at once to draw checks
to the creditors of the New Amster
dam National Rank for an additional
dividend of 40 per cent. This pay
ment makes the total 90 per cent paid
the creditors in about seven months.
F. M. HANLIN, Lessee and Manager
ONE NIGHT ONLY
Mr. Fred Raymond presents
famous comedy success
With Miss Sadie Raymond in the
fylt roll, supported by a large com
pany of unusual excellence.
A PLAY THAT WILL LIVE
As one of the funniest legitimate
rural comedies ever written.
Prices: 25, 35,50, 75c
Seat Sale Opens Tuesday at 11 a
"The Little Prospector," Sept.
THE GOBEL TRAGEDY" showing
the famous trial of CELEB POWERS
"The Neapolitan's Revenge"
"FLOWER OF YOUTH"
. Views of a Trip Through Scotland
This Theatre is equipped with,
the latest and most improved electri
cal Machines. Don't fail to see these
ADMISSION 10c Children Sc.
Change of program Wednesday and
VIIII11IV IliblllllU t
Commercial street between Fif
teenth and Sixteenth. First class
moving picture show. Latest moving
pictures and illustrated songs.
THE HIDDEN HAND
DRUMMER'S DAY OFF
Miss Rosa Osmussen, pianist
Admission . ..10c
Matinee Sunday at 2:30 P. M.
Change of program Wednesday
All persons attending the Automa
tic Theatre on Commercial street,
will be presented with a numbered
ticket which one of said tickets will
win a ladies' gold watch. Watch will
be presented the fortunate ticket
holder, October 1st. On exhibition
atrSpexarth's store. 9-1 1-tf
mo mil wmuuL
OF FALSE POSING
AN "INDEPENDENT" CATHOLIC
PRIEST IN TOILS OF LAW
FOR SOLICITING ALMS.
CHARGES TROUBLE TO WOMAN
Chicago Authorities Going to the
; Bottom of the' Case Immorality
Alleged to Have Existed at the
CHICAGO, Sept. 11. Antonia Lu
bics accused of obtaining money on
a false pretense of being a Catholic
priest, surrendered himself to the po
lice yesterday. He denied the charge
and said the scandalous stories circu
lated about him originated awith Mrs,
Mary Pillars, formerly employed by
him at his orphanage, 203 Thirty
Sixth Street, which is known as St
Joseph's Orphans home.
"I am a regularly ordained Catholic
priest," he said. "The Orphans home
is legally incorporated. I solicited
alms, but I had a right to. I am an
independent Catholic priest."
the independent Lathouc move
ment which started in France was
represented in America by the Rev,
Joseph Vilatte who termed himself
the Catholic archbishop of America
Lubics had in his possession a brief
dated January 3, 1905, and signed by
Archbishop Vilatte, who authorized
him to build churches and solicit
funds for chanty.
The three sisters who were employ
ed by the priest to collect" alms for
the orphanage will be arraigned to
morrow on the charge of disorderly
conduct. They will be questioned al
so, regarding the reports of immoral
ity at the orphanage.
MARCHING TO CAMP.
SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. ll.-Five
companies of regular infantry, here
tofore stationed at Fort McDowell,
yesterday began the march to the
scene of the miltary maneuvers at At
ascadero, over 200 miles south of this
city. The troops expect to arrive
there on September 27.
. TENNIS RACKET.
NEW, YORK, Sept. ll.-Raymond
D. Little, as one of the committee in
charge df the American International
Lawn Tennis' team, has announced
that four members of the team
William A. Larked, Beals C. Wright,
Frederick B. Alexander and Harold
H. Hackett-r-togcther with Robert D.
Wrenn and himself, would engage in
preparatory practice tomorrow and
Sunday on the courts of the Knoll
wood Country Club, White Plains.
J he two days will be devoted to
some hard work before the American
c:!ri!!cngers journey to Boston to meet
meet M. J. Ritchie and J. C. Parke of
the British Isles team in the ties for
the Davis International Challenge
Cup, Thursday, Friday and Saturday
of next week on the courts of the
Longwood Cricket Club, Boston.
900 ARTISTS STRIKE.
CHICAGO, Sept. 11. -"The Tal
ent that entertains the patrons of
Chicago's four hundred nickle thea
tres to strike Monday for increased
salaries. About 900 of this class of
"Artists" are employed in the city.
They have circulated a petition for
signatures agreeing not to work for
less than $20 a week or $35 a week
for teams. 'They are nearly all mem
bers of "the Actors' Union, but the
constitution of that organization for
bids the fixing of a wage scale, ' so
the present move is being taken inde-
pendent of the union.
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RUSSIAN GOVERNMENT E
PLAINS WHY IT FROWNED
ON THE CELEBRATIONS
FEARED POLITICAL ACTIVITY
Letters, Addresses And Telegrams
Are Pouring in to the Great Writer
and Dreamer From All Parts ofj
Russia and the World.
ST. PETERSBURG, Sept. 11. An
official statement has been issued here
which explains the attitude of the
minister of the interior on the Tolstoi
celebration. It shows that many of
the provincial governors abused the
discretion vested in them with regard
to forbidding the celebration.
It was the intention of the ministry
merely to prevent political demonstra
tion and celebrations and gratifica
tions of Tolstoi's anti-religious and
anarchistic ideas. There was no de
sire to interfere with the honors shown
Tolstoi as a writer; Premier Stoly
pin replied in a similar tone to the
mayor of Moscow, who appealed to
him against the action of the govern
or of that province in prohibiting the
municipal celebrations. As a result
these will be held according to pro
Count Tolstoi passed yesterday
quietly among his family and intimate
friends. His convalescence is pro
gressing favorably, but . he is still
weak. Letters, addresses, and tele
grams are pouring in from all parts
of Russia and the world and innumer
able gifts to the great author have
Count Tolstoi, who is deply touch
ed at the kind tokens of good will is
hard at work in his customary literary
GRAVES IS NOTIFIED.
ATLANTA, Sept. 11. Two thou
sand persons listened to formal noti
fication of John Temple Graves a-j
nominee of the ndependence Party
for vice-president at the Casino Thea
tre tonight. Presidential Nominee
Hisgen, W. R. Hearst and a score of
other prominent men of the party on
the platform. Graves was given an
ovation and cheers for Hearst and
Hisgen filled the house. Hearst's ad
dress was devoted to his leaving the
democratic party. He said if Bryan
is sincere he (Bryan) would not ap
proached him (Hearst) four months
ago asking for his support in this
campaign in turn for Bryan's support
for Hearst four years hence. He said
he regarded Bryan a trickster, a trim
mer, and a traitor.
ATTEL DEFEATS DERBY.
RENO, Nev., Sept. 11. Monte At-
tel, brother of Abe, knocked out Ed
Derby, the featherweight champion of
Nevada in the third round. '
FIGHT THE "ANTI-FRATS."
CHICAGO, Sept. ll.-Plans for re
sistance to the enforcement of the
Chicago school board's "Anti-Frat"
rule were perfected quietly yesterday
at the Hyde Park Wendell Phillips,
and other high schools. The open de
fiance on the part of the members of
the various fraternities and soroities
s to be expected Saturday at a joint
meeting, when arrangements will be
made to apply for a writ to prevent
the board from enforcing tits rule.
wiich calls for the suspension of
every member of a secret societyi
About 200 members of various high
school fraternities and sorities are
expected to attend the meeting. These
plans were made without the knowl
edge of the school authorities.
WILL MEET AGAIN.
SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. U.-De-
spite recent predictions to the "effect
that Stanley Ketchcl would not soon
obtain another match with Billy
Papke who defeated him at Los An
geles last Monday, the men agreed
last night (to meet under the former
conditions in this city on the night
of November 2S,- Thanksgiving. Pro-
motor John J. Gleason made the
match and half of the receipts will be
divided between the fighters on
basis of 60 and 40 per cent.
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NORTH SIDE NEWS
MIm I. M. WilliamMti, ol Ilwco, it the accredited representative ol The Aitorian and wilt
take care of all ltcm of new, ordert for ubucrlptlom and alt kloila of printing, t
George L. Colwcll, of Astoria, was
a business 'visitor to Ilwaco Wednes
day and Thursday, returning .home
the following day.
Mrs. Chas. Eckert and daughter of
Nahcotta, arc visiting Mr. Eckert's
mother, Mrs. A. L. Meyers of this
Miss Mary Miller of North Beach,
is visiting Airs. w. n. uranain tor a
Mr. and Mrs. Gunther, have moved
into Uie residence of A. J. Collins, on
Spruce Street, and in the future will
make their home in Ilwaco.
Miss Alvena Pcttcrson, closed her
store at Long Beach the first of the
week, and .returned to her home in
Mrs. W. B. Hawkins and daughter
Cora, left this week for an extended
visit on Puget Sound.
Tuesday evening, the ladies of the
Methodist Episcopal Church of Il
waco, gave an entertainment m tnc
Fraternity Hall. The ladies were so
fortunate as to secure the service of
Eugene Knox, the impersonator, and
ill who attended spoke very highly
of Mr. Knox's abilities along this line.
After the entertainment, refreshments
consisting of coffee and cake were
served in the banquet room. The at
tendance was large and the ladies
felt, that the proceeds, which will go
to the church, amply repaid them for
Mrs. J. J. Kelliher, of North Head,
left Thursday for Portland, accom
panied by her son, who will attend
high school there this winter.
A large number of young people
'rom Ilwaco, enjoyed a most pleaa-
a ant evening Wednesday spent at the
home of Fredriek Walker at Scaview.
The evening was spent in the . usual
games and dancing, music being fur
Hardwood Dining Table with pedestal
base, in the Golden Oak finish
Handsome Golden Oak Dresser, with
Brass Trimmings, for
Morris Chairs of all descriptions, ranging
ingin price from
Beautiful Grandfather's Clock, in the fa
mous oak finish, with brass figures, hands
and pendulum, at
Only a few more days left to buy good
nished by a large graphaphoite. Re
freshments consisting of ice cream,
cake and caijdy, were served late in
the evening. The party dispersed
about midnight with all, highly prais
ing Mr. Walker's abilities as a host.
Mrs. Huffman, who for some time
has been assisting in the care of her
father, James Howertony a sufferer
from rheumatism returned to her
home in South Bend, Thursday morn
ing. Miss Mabel Hughes will leave very
soon for southern Oregon for a visit
with her father. Frank Htiohpa.
Twelve shares Northern Oyster
companies stock, one hundred and
thirty dollars (M0) per share. Apply
Imperial Restaurant 8-9-tf
GEARY DISCUSSES "TEDDY."
Addresses Prominent Men in Steel In
dustry at London Banquet.
LONDON, Sept. 11. At a dinner
given in his honor of the Reform Club
given by 30 men prominent in the
steel industry of England, Gennany
?nd France, Elbert II. Ceary spoke in
favor of the corporation and better
understanding-in the steel manufac
turers' world. Speaking of Roosevelt,
Geary said: "Mai I digress a moment
to speak of our President, Mr, Roose
velt, who has been sometimes misun
derstood, if not misrepresented. He
is not an enemy of capital or of busi
ness prosperity. He believes that the
right conduct is first essential of the
national, health but he also' believes
that materials and growth are neces
sary. '. He does not attack individuals
as such, be they right or poor, but
opposes what he conceives to be
wrong, whoever perpetrated it. I '
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TWO SATURDAY SPECIALS
Today only we will sell one full
sized Concert Grand Upright Piano
in a beautiful Antique, English oak
case for just $228 and will take small
monthly payments at that. This piano
is regularly listed at $475.
We will also cll another handsome
art style, choicest Cuban mahogany
piano of world-wide reputation for
only $262. This is a regular $52
value. Call early at Eilers Piano
Commercial street, As-
"Missouri Girl" Next Attraction
Wednesday, September 16.
Miss Sadie Raymond, who for sev
eral years has been the foremost
character soubrctte on the American
stage will present "The Missouri
Girl" at the Astoria Theatre, Septem
ber 16. This clever little lady is sur
rounded by a strong supporting com
pany and the performance given is
one of merit from start to finish.
It'-Is hard to imagine a more satis
factory entertainment thanthat given
by Miss Sadie Raymond and her clev
er company this'scason in "The Mis
souri Girl," This attraction . is too
well known to need anything except
the announcement of the date, which
is almost sure to fill the theatre, Sale
begins Tuesday morning at 11 a. m.,
and to secure good seats you will
have to come early as more than
likely there will be a rush for the best
ones. ' ' .'." '. " . : '''' ''
There is nothing so stimulating as
a good, hearty laugh. It beats all the
tonics and other medicines that have
ever been discovered. If you want to
get yourself braced up go see "The
Missouri Girl," and you can go to
work the next morning feeling like a
new person,. Two hours and a half
of solid enjoyment with a large share
of that time devoted to fun of tn
richest kind, " '
Sunr1- W-iirti-in tn Lam? Rearti.
Steamer Nahcotta leaves O. R. &
N. dock at 6'AS a. tn. daily. Round -trip
fare to any poi t on North
(Long) Beach. $1.00, Sunday's only