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THE MOltNING ASTOUIAX, ASTOKIA, OREUON.
SUNDAY, MAY 16, WW.
A Truth Thit Rfi:c PonbtiMAn
i1 IIUUI I lint uuu nwjvvunvn
This fact we want to impress upon' your mind.
Our clothing is the product oF the host makers in
The fabrics, tailoring, style and J
"EFF-EFF" Clothing for Men
MADE BY THE FECHEIMER. FISHEL CO.,
OF NEW YORK CITY
$15.00 tp $3500.
are better than you will find in any
ready-made clothing anywhere.
me Keenest competition
enters in suits about the $15
to $25 class, because more
suits are sold within that
range of rjrices than at the
We know that many of the
suits we are offering at $15
are in the $20 ranks else
They are made of finished
and unfinished worsteds, cas
simeres, cheviots and velours
in this season's latest styles.
Two and three button sin
gle breasted sack models,
patched pockets and fancy
TT FECHHEIMER FJSHEL Ca
Just get the style of suit you would like to have
pictured in yosr mind. Then, come here and
see it in concrete form. Oftener than not the
price will be less than you thought.
We are exclusive repressntatives of the
SYNOPSIS OF THE ANNUAL STATEMENT OF THE
The Connecticut Fire Insurance Company,
AND AS USUAL ARE TAKEN
AS SIGNS OF RETURNING
CHICAGO, May IS - Reports from
equipment ami supply companies
show that the present week has been
the record week for that period in
orders placed and inquiries by rail
' roads for equipment and material.
I Many millions of dollar worth of
'cars have been ordered and generous
inquiries have been made for addit
ional equipment and for steel rails.
Among the orders given or contem
plated during the present week are
the following: The Pennsylvania for
(500 refrigerator cars; the Western
; Pacific bids on 1500 freight cars; the
!New York Central three thousand
' gondola cars; the Santa Fe 500 auto
'mobile and furniture cars; the Great
J Northern 500 refrigerator cars the
(Missouri Pacific more than 2000
freight cars. The Cotton Belt is go-,-ing
to build 500 freight cars; the
j Louisville & Nashville has ordered
material for 300 freight cars, the Cin
cinnati & Dayton 100 engines, the Pa
cific Fruit Express has ordered 1300
j steel under frame refrigerator cars
jand the Rock Island is contemplating
an order of 22.000 tons of eigfcty-five
pound steel rails in addition to the
i 18,000 tons which have been received
I this year.
capable of destroying the toxin or
poison produced by the genu of lock
jaw in laboratory experiment oui
side the body and when the disease
occurs in animals.
j INCLUDING CIGARETTES!
NEW YORK, May 15. The larg
est shipment of tobacco ever run
i from America for the personal use of
a traveler was that run by Kermit
Roosevelt, when he sailed with his
father, the former President, for Af
j rica. The shipment occupied a space
iof 16 cubic feet. The consignment
' consisted of 125 briar wood pipes, 200
I short stem clay pipes, two doen long
I stemmed Crorch Wardens; 50 small
packages of granulated smoking to
bacco, sixty pounds of cutplug smok
ing tobacco, 100 tins of high grade
Birdseye, 80 pounds of plug chewing.
emhtv pounds of. finecut and six
thousand cigarettes. The company
7 which sold this tobacco to Kermit
Roosevelt announced yesterday that
he was taking it to Africa to give to
the natives, instead of small trinkets
which are usually expected from
CHEERFUL BRER" HILL.
NEW YORK. May 15 -James J.
Mill, chairman of the Great Northern
Railway, came to the city last night
from Washington and declared that
the country expected a quick termin
ation of the laritt discussion. He
said many millions of dollars was
waiting for the action of Congress.
Ho said that wheat in the Northwest
had gone into the ground under bet
ter than average conditions, although
the lateness of the season had had the
effect of restricting the aceragc plant
ed. Late snows and other unfavor
able weather conditions earlier in the
season had prevented much of the
Spring plowing. Mr. Hill said, until
too late to put in wheat, with the re
sult that this delayed acerage is be
ing sown to barley and other grains.
MAKE IT UNIVERSAL.
MADISON, Vb7May 15.-Mu!c
drivers, stevedores and all other per
sons will soon be prohibited from
using profanity in puolic in Wiscon
sin. Likewise, it will be unlawful for
people to use sulphurous language to
the girl at the telephone exchange.
The lower House of the Wisconsin
Legislature has put the finishing
touches to the Hull bill making it a
misdeameanor to swear in public
The bill as first Introduced simply
prohibited swearing in the presence
of minors under 18 years of age.
When the bill reached the Senate in
that form Senator Hudnall submitted
an amendment striking out the refer
ence to age. The amendment has
been adopted and the bill passed.
WOMEN AS WARDENS.
DENVER. May 15 - Believing that
women would make as concicntious
and efficient game wardens as men.
Fish and Game Commissioner Hol
land has announced his intention of
placing one district of the state in
charge of a woman game warden.
He is confident that he can find" a
candidate thoroughly familiar with
game habits and the game country
and believes that such an appoin;-
ere is Your
To Get Some High Grade, First Quality Onyx Enameled Ware at Tlnwaro Prices
We tire Factory A Kent on tins line of Granite Ware utul have on sitlo complete line t
price quoted Klow. Compare our prices with Mr. Mail Outer Man and nee where we Mittul.
Every Piece of Unameled Ware HARKED IN PLAIN FIGURES
Red Tog Sale Now Going On
And Continues Until Every Piece Priced with Red Tajf Is Sold
10 to 50 cents
IS and 20 cents
15 to 65 cents
75 cents each
20 -qt. 40c. 3 1 (it. 50c.
No. a 05c No. 9, 75e.
14 qt. sue. 50c. 17qt. slse. 6$c
21-qt. site, 7So
' This Sale, S cents
" 10 cents.
10 cents each
10 cents each
PIF. 1' MIES
9 in., 10 cents
2 qt, 10c. 4 qt. 20o
10-qt. slse, 50c.
12qt. sije, 65c.
14 qt. site. 75c.
li it. 35c. 3 -qt. 50c.
We Invito Hail Order House CompetitionRead the GuaranteeCompare
the Prices. Watch Our Window for these OarKalnn
We warrant every piece to give you perfect satisfaction an to wear
ing quality and will be here five years from now to hand your
money back any time you are dissatisfied with your bargain.
At the Prices We Ash They. Will Not Last Long
I Foard & Stokes Hard ware Company
the opposition to life warden which
U exceedingly strong among many of
BACK TO HIS HOME.
NEW YORK. May 15 -Charlemagne
Tower, former Ambassador to
St. Petersburg and Berlin, will take
up his residence immediately in the
old Tower home near Utica. N. Y t
was announced here last night. The
house on the estate was erected nea.
ly 100 years ago by the grandfather
of Mr. Tower and hi descendants
ment would do much'to counteract have lived there ever since.
NEW YORK STOCKS.
NE WYORK, May 15.-The week's
i stock market, while animated and
! making an appearance of great
strength at intervals, has been really
i irregular and the average price move
;' ment has narrowed. The coalers and
'a wide variety of specialties have sup
plied the sustaining influence under
cover of which there has been exten
sive realizing effected. Sentiment
over the business outlook has been
i confident and hopeful and was con-
t'ned by metal trade conditions, the
i volume of bank clearings, increasing
Of Hartford, in 'the State of Connecticut, on the 31st day of December, 19C&. 1 snr.plie3 of mercantile paper offering
wade to the insurance Commissioner of the State of Oregon, pursuant tc ' to bankers and weather propruious to
Araoont of capital paid up in cash
Premiums received during the year in cash $3,679,189-96
Interest, dividends and rents received during the
Income from other sources received during the
'crop prospects. The realizing is
prompted by the high level to which
prices have attained and by the pros
I pect of diversion of banking facilities
i from speculative employment to uses
Total income '.
Losses paid during the year $1,956,713.47
Dividends paid during the year on capital stock 142,910.00
Commissions and salaries paid (luring the year 1,099,000.20
Taxes, licenses and fees paid during the year 89.189.31
Amount of all other expenditures 238,885-24
Yatue of real estate owned $ 278,800-00
Value of stocks and bonds owned 4,160,870.00
Loans on mortgages and collateral, etc 977,800.00
fash in banks and on hand 415,792.29
Premiums in course of collection and in trans-
father assets 38,903-32
Ttal admitted assets ".
Gross claims for losses unpaid ...$ 259,175.96
Amount of unearned premiums on all outstanding
risks . . 3,597,498-83
Due for commission and brokerage
AH other liabilities 46,462.57
TAKE IT ALL, MR. JAP.
CHICAGO, May 15. Advancing
civilization is bringing increased in-
sanity in Japan, according to Dr. K.
i Saito director of the Aojama Hospital
tor the insane in 1 okio. i-itty years
ago," he said, "Insanity in Japan was
very rare. Thirty years ago it began
to increase and after the Chino-Jap-anese
war there was further increase.
The increase was even more marked
after the war with Russia. I believe
that as civilization advances in Japan
insanity becomes more generally man
ifest, due to the struggle for exist
'ence." Dr. Saito is making a tour of
'the world, inspecting hospitals for
Total liabilities $3,90.3,137.36
Total insurance in force December 31, 1908 $574,581,102-00
Business In Oregon For The Year.
Total risks written during the year $2,273,779-00
Cirrtss premiums received during the,year 43,818.72
Premiums returned during the year 7,081.20
Losses paid during the year : .... 17,087.11
Losses incurred during the year 17,770.11
Total amount of risks outstanding in Oregon Dec. 31, 1908...., .. 3,183,290.00
The Connecticut Fire Insurance Company.
By J. D. BROWNE, President.
Statutory resident general agent and attorney in fact:
: JAMES S. REED, 330 Sherlock Bldg., Portland, Or.
Note Special deposits not held for the protection of all the policyhold
rs of the company cannot be admitted as an asset and included in the pub
lished statement, except the deposit with the State Treasurer for the protec
tion of Oregon policyholders only.
HIGGINS & WARREN, Agents, Astoria, Or.
MILWAUKEE, Wis., May 15
What is believed by medical men to
be a cure for the hitherto fatal tetanus
or lockjaw, has been discovered by
Professor A. S. Lovenhart, Univer
sity of Wisconsin, who for several
days has been co-operating with Mil
waukee physicians in the case ' f
Albert Johnson in St. Mary's Hos
pital. While the result in this in
stance was not a cure, it warrants the
opinion that a significant step has
been taken in the direction of a cure
for this disease. Professor Loven
hart has found that a substance whicn
he produced in the laboratory was
A Plain Colonial Residence.
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mated Cost of Construction, $G,5C3.
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FOR WOMEN AND THE HOME, or minion furnUhing are mad of
co.irtr linen in (tray or tone shades.
with borders in tome gay, contrasting
A little water in the tubs or bucke.s
will prevent them from falling to
P.i -try brushes should be washed '
uon ucd and put in i warm place
Brine for pickling should be made
strong enough to bear up an egg, or
a small potato.
Prunes are greatly improved by
adding a little cider to the water in
which they are cooked.
Keep macaroni in a air-tight re
ceptacle and plunge them into boiling
salted water before cooking.
A few drops of coal oil added to
the water with which windows are to
be ahcd will save time and labor
In turning a steak do hot use a fork
as the holes which it makes in the
meat will cause the blood to nip out.
Indian cornmral boiled with' milk,
swertrnrd with sugar and dashed
with cream, is a good fatten for
Powdered borax applied after bath
ing and drying feet and armpits has
been found very good for offensive
perspiration and cooling.
All fresh vegetables should be
washed and soaked in strong brine,
which will freshrn the leaves and
drive out any insects lurking among
To powder parsley, dip the hunch
quickly into boiling water to make it
a brilliant green, then ptit in a hot
oven until dry. Break iuti fine
Lunch cloths for bungalow or
country homes fitted up with rustic
To make tin kettles, etc, as bright
as new rub them with woolen rag
dipped in kerosene. Polish with a
toft newspaper. Kerosene will also
remove stains of various kinds from
Fruit stains of not too long stand
ing, may be removed from table linen
by moistening the stain with sweet
milk and then covering it with
powdered common table salt. After
ward wash in the ordinary manner.
When serving fish, remember that
lemon 'juice will bring out its flavor
better than anything else can do.
Boiled fish especially should alwayi
have lemon juice squeezed over It,
and thin slices of lemons ued at a
When a broom becomes shorter
on one side and the ends of the straws
brrome as sharp needles, dip it Into
hot water, trim the straws evenly
with the shears and you will have a
broom nearly as good and serviceable
aa new. k
Do you love to have your meats
tender? Then never allow them to
boil when cooking in wWr. Tough
meats become tender by proper cook
ing, while the reverse of this '$
equally true. Indeed, had boiling In
salted water will toughen the best
piece of meat ever sold. Consequent
ly, always let the kettle jimmer on
the back of the stove, andyour meati
will generally become nice and
A Beautiful Home
No matter how fine a house you may have, no matter what its cost
may have been, If your lawn is neglected and unsightly, then half
the beauty of your home is lost.
Even the humble cottage surrounded with green lawns and
blooming roses is a thing of beauty. Why not make your lawn
beautiful? A few good tools will greatly aid you in your work, and
we would suggest you let us fit you out as we have everything you
want in that line
Lawn Hose, '
Garden Tools v
ORDER THEM- NOW
Fisher Bros. Co.
riHST FLOOIt PLAN.
SKCO.VI) l.-I.OUU PLAN. "
The hoiiMi- shown In thq lllnstriitlon Ih n gil type of plnln colnnlii are hi
teetiire free from ntteinpt at ornamentation, and tbo third Htory Ik Hoincthlim
more tliiin an attic. Size thirty tent In width and Hft,v-t-m feet In depth
Floors of tho (lint and uncoiid stories ore herd wood, ('hkIii(-h of tin; flint ti.nir
In linn! wood and second floor In pine. Third story Is finished philnly mid. vis.-,
tains it larpe amusement room besides the usual serviiats' i-mnil ii'id siurriv,. ;
Accommodation for Indoor amusement Is almost n necessity In the m r
American home. Exclusive of heating and plumbing, which uro nm tiers I
the home owner's Individual choice, this residence can be built for $(1,500, 'i hi
Includes cut stoue foundation, plerg for the piazza and the porte eoehere. et,
The architect's Idea la ft substantial structure, plain lu detnll,
GLENN L. SAXTON.
Writ Your Name In Fire
Above the door of your store that all who see may under.
stand that a business of some worth is
conducted there. "
A IN ELECTRIC SIGN
Adds a class of touch to your place of business and beau
tifies your streets.