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FULL ASSOCIATED PRKSS REPORT,
AiSTOKIA, 0UKOHN. TUKSIiAV .MMKMNG. .MAY it. JUKI).
t ii,! i ii iri 3i i Tim i m ttm irm I m a
Arc not uittdo from tlio wrui-ili
or in a kindergarten ncliool.
Wo Cilve Trncllnu HlmtipN,
: . . -
(In rtulk )
& 1 -. v.;
... 7Yv v
r- r-j 0
ioo Rolls of Matting
Of All Kind-.
Our own imortiitimi.'i. (Quality uiul 1'ntlt rns ilu U niitl Into!.
Chas. Heilbom & Son.
Have yon Trouble
In getting Nice,
Are very popular brands. We sell
them and guarantee satisiaction.
Every day by express.
Now (Jooil.s of nil kinds conslimtly nrrivinj,'.
ROSS, HIGGINS & CO
The Assortment ot Neat Clothing, for Boys, which we have gathered
this spring is the most complete this town has ever seen. Our
rapidly growing BOYS' CLOTHING BUSINESS aided us on to
greater efforts, and
ot stylish Clothing,
Boy's l.plece double breasted Heater Bult,
tailor mad, tewed not to rip, oolora
navy blue; agna 4 to S, per ult ....II Tl
New Crape and
Waterman Fountain Pens!
j They are lh '.mpl't and moa: ffllcln:
I lux lccoruc-f1 IlnrjH',,"" Kor '" tr
mit Kn vr lijcf--intf
ritOMAilK 1E II HIE.
Etc.. Eie. Etc
Tender, Fresh MeatsP
and Corvallis Flour
we never showed a more comnrehensive line
that will stand rough
Roy' all wool Suit, large tailor collar,
braid trimmed, nice dark mixed color;
age 4 to 8; per tult Sl.U
Boy't All Wool SulU, black clay wont
ed, double seat and knee, warranted not
to rip; a very dreisy tult; age t to 14;
per suit J.VM
Roy' All Wool Suit, Invlsabln gray
mixed plaid; we recommend this tult
to wear well; ages B to 14 years; per
Iioy'a Knee Pants, 20o 26c, 35c. 40c and SOo
Doy'a Rlouse, made of best quality per.
cnle, the well made brand, 20c 25c, and
Youth'e All Wool Urown Mixed Cnsl.
mere Suit; long pants; tailor made; per
Youth' All Wool Scotch Tweedo Suit:
nice mixtures, the most perfect fitting
suit; we rei-oinmend the wearing of this
suit; per stilt
Youth's Lnng Tanta of all wool; nice
mixed colors; per pair Jl 25
W have a large assortment of caps of
all descriptions for boys and youth from
as corns up.
Roy't Suspenders; good elastlo webbing;
nice patterns, pair 10a
Improved Mikado and
f'Ord & St()ke3 Co. Astoria
Will Ilk.. It: so will ih ci.ok.
Stcir ICntdte R(uiye
Hatlfy all wh'i ue ll.em
i 1 1 J 1 1 ! i . )
If your he't.r hntf does the cook.ns.
that Is an additional ran why there
hoiild he ik Kt.ir l'state Itange In your
kl:. hen. The u.e of them prrv. nti worry
W. J. HCl'LLY. Agent.
431 Bond Street.
SWISS WATCH REPAIR SHOP
Promptly Bird ana r paired.
Alarm Clocks troin $1 up.
Warnuitoil. 110 Eleventh St.
Next to Postal Talagraph
J. A. Fastabend
Iloiisc-iiioviiip Tools fur Knit.
Young Men' Sulta, all wool; black chev-
lot tult, long pantt. well lined and
tewed; well worth t&60; per tuit...S4.S0
! Bravery of ihc American
: Troops In the Philippines
i Never Surpassed. 1
MANY DEEDS OF DARING
I Every Day Occurrences Which
' Deserve a Place in the
! Paeescf Ahor)
BKAVL CAPTAIN FOPTSOW!
Lamcnutle Death of Washington's
Heroic Ciptal.i . ftvr Pertoimir g
a Brilliant AchL'cd est
MANILA. Arli !. p-r tranport Koan-
' lu 'ri'r' h" '
n-: M jrihy ilmi thr olill.-i liav- p-r.
f.. in id ,tnlr ukK with urh n Knal trav.
ry and ia:i-inv. Initunc. of p'Tsonal
l.rnviry an- iiunntou and tlir Atn'Tl'iin
troop, have ii'-v. r fait.rvd under fire
In oin- of the ni l" . ncuunter alonx t:ie
tirint In e which have le conu such every
day rvruii that they are n-a talked of l vr and DirUtlan knowledge, an age In
h re, though aunie i f th tn ) rve pla' e : whirn the divine f i. r 1 1 will mlte all aft
lit hlor) . Captain K "rton, of the Vah- ' o..'.lm and plrie .Very doutn with
lit; ton r' Ktment. ot liU life. j the liivltn lnlc two-edged UK- rd of iru'.h.
lii-iirnenl ptiar iiioltf hived in a -nton.
Imu ii' .l. r the inni-k of a French (JA LI-VNTK V OK OKNKRAL
tlag were f j'l" rlu. in lute of tilt Wash, i KI NSTON TO I!K UKWARDKU.
'Inum. n. r r.i.ilg making life unrom. .
f .rl.il.li-. A rtuiwari pi iva'.e h irp-li"ot- ! T ,- ka Ca,il:a: 11. i Started a Popular
er. who h i-. dltlngu:hej hlnihe.f hy adl- j :-u!-erit. n to I'urchase a Sword
:ar night excur.lutta from w hich he j ..r O. neial Kunton.
ne. r failed to tiring In one or two Fill, j
pin.n' (tun raptured from hl victim I Tol'KKA. Ka.. May t The Top-ka
and who will he r.-coinm' nd'd hy (Jen. tcapital Iiuh utaried a popular nub.crlp
rral ltnlon for a medal of honor, hn I lion to purchaxe a sword for General
IiIh name ha In en remrted. volunteered I Funiculi. Every county, town and city
to ict lire to the house. II.- i r pt up In ; :n :he slate Is a.-ked to contribute. The
Indian fashl n. through ffl." nhruhhtry
and non altr his departure the (lames
Then K-n-'oi. with a njiiad of soldiers.
ili:iiK''l the place and att'mpted to
cllinlj the hltth stone wall, while the na.
lives from the sheltered position above
pout ed down bullet at clone range. The
charge succeeded, and In the.r exp-rl-
eiiec In iu-tiling the Spaniards these Fill-
I'lnos nevi r had encountered men who
datid such seemingly c-rialn death. They
were il.U' d and ran like mad men, but
the brave F' TiSon fell before their lire.
TltANSI'oIlT HOANoKK AKKIVE-S.
SAN FKAN'i'ISi'o, May s. The trans,
port i.oanoke. which arrived today from
Manila, brought Captain A. W. Kimball,
ussi:atu tiuiriermater. w ho was on
General Oils' staff, and who has resigned
from service, nlsj the following dis.
Goodwin. Fourth cavalry.
M. A. Fletcher, Fourth cavalry.
J. 'A'. McArtlmr, First Washington.
TIIF. NEWARK GOES SOUTH.
NEW YnltK, May v.A dispatch to the
Herald from Itio Janeiro says: The I'nlt.
e.I States cruller Newark received dls.
patch, s from Washington und Immedl
Mtd hurtled southward. It Is believed
her,- that the American warship Is going
to the Philippines.
SKItMnN OF IKKTOIt
KKIGGS IN TRINITY CHURCH
Touches Upon the Subjects on Which
Heresy Charges Were Pref.rMl
NEW YORK. May S. Preaching to the
longr. gallon of Holy Trinity cnurcli.
Rev Charles A. ttriggs said:
"All truth Is not In the sacred deposit
of the church. All truth Is not In the
drift of tradition.
"He who would grow- In knowledge
must use all the talents God has given
him. He should not be content to use
rusty tools, or antiquated methods but
.1 1 .........1 ......li..l. att.l all
,...1 tools of mod m cri uism
rrutii is lion uaiignier ana sue urui j
bo wooed with all faith In order to be
won. It Is not sulllelcnt to listen to
men's talk about her. to look upon her
from Hfnr, to learn by tradition about
her nni't to accept and retain all men's
stories nnd opinions concerning her. The
divine wisdom Is the fairest of women,
according to the book of proverbs.
"Think you that God's daughter will
manifest herself to the Idle, the care
less, the Indifferent or to those that
think they know her sulticlently well al.
ready? Do you think that she will dls.
close her beautiful face and glorious
form and speak her all comforting words
to a mere trndltlonlst who Is contented
to know about her through the trans,
nillte.l formulas of a throng of genera
lions' No, a thousand times, no.
There are those who think that the
I whole divine truth Is known. In nothing
i could they be more mistaken. The church
1 has been burning through all the Chris.
tlaii centuries and Is learning today. The
, church of Christ Is avoided because many
problems of doctrine and life have not
yet been solved.
i "The semblance of truth as taught by
I the ancient and mediaeval church will
, doubtless prevail and the acquisition of
J truth at the reformation will not be
seb aside. Rut with the growth In Chris,
itian knowledge, the form of knowledge
laud the expression of It necessarily
I "We cannot know the whole truth of
any doctrine until we know the whole
, truth of all doctrines. The new methods
uf :u'l. Hip rrltlcal tnft nn'Mlflr pro.
c-m' m it nv-titntUm. will h In our
IIiiim lomlnt all '.lii tn'.mn of knowl
(". lri"Vl!nl!y rf'tirc rhunurt In in?
riiliti of fllKl'-n and throloKy
"Tli'Te ! m ri in cvry if wrio op.
I'n ih ilvn- of tru'li. Tiny lrpre.
(( an)' H'lv.iwo In llnr knowl-1x of
lh truth, iny muho'lit of ntu.ly. lh-y
'lilr n-ryitiliiw :n ko Jni before,
nj nhoulil boll a nil (raimm t th
iruih of r'llKlon exud'.y w hav' r--(Iv-il
II. Hu rt l!ilni la Imii'-.! In
a ilvlriK, Krowinif, thlnklnir church.
"Bin ( a thin u lnipoIM for iny
mn who U iorml"uii of th holy njilrlt
'Iw.IIIiik within him and lalln( on Inn
lru:h. Wh'vr hr! of a faihr or a
motlwr who wouM hav a chll (fop
KrowInK and remain .tuntdl In ordr to
av ilm Mn and rare of iro'idln
nw garmiii? Ixx-t any on- luppon-
thai Win i(rwln Chrmllan or the gr"w
ln ihurrh un K' on wcarln the am
(vthn. uniiitf ti tly the am mnd-t
of utaK-rm iU, an wre u-d In th- Infiincy
or rarly youth of th oritanlxaslon?
"The fu: nrown Christian and the full
Krown ihiirch will in- thr iim- r.in.
lluliV. h th 'hrli!an huh and the In.
fan; hurh. Th ld ntity of oricanli.
Uon and th.. r. r.ilnulty of llf and char-m-ur
will nniain In rvery ;a.' of
irrowin. hut Ihp txl-rnal dr will
liani,'' In a';d and mod- with
, i-vt-ry r al Krow. h.
' "iiwr W an ait' of th rnot xact.
.'ain.'k:nx and thorvuKh going critical
choiar-hu.. iioiy ..-npiurf tu. wn
("an til uy cr"i' an nv"r o'-tore, ana
the r.n-.il: In that It atnnda forth lK-fore
!th- world In lt native hltorWal b-auty.
!w'-altli and rtwT, n th.- holy, divine,
ji- prri,!! work 'f Ood to man.
"Nothing of any historical valu has
Ix-n lost or Impaired. Thi- church doc.
tflno of the HlWe. as d.-ftm-d ly the
'n"r,n' ,"l f 'rth more glorlou than
tvir. Nothing ha Ion Injured hut hu.
man tr.idlt! :al onnloni alwut the hlhle
hlh have mvr n-iflvnl thn anctlona
of the holy church.
"It U haiacti rl-tio of th? new tN oh'ity
thai 1: 1 Ii. vn III the noly gh"it. A Hew
ae of the world I al hand, an aie of
'aplx-ui lot suhcrlptlon aya:
"The wonderful energy of the Twen;L
eii.'s toluiiel In batt.e In the Philippines
Lanipalcti has spread the fame of Kan-
sas throughout the world, and tn. pre-s 1
Sf Kngiutid as Well as our own country
Is r i ii k In K with his pra.ses. Kan.-as m
j recognition of the splendid record of
the Twentieth rcsiment Intend.- giving
them such a reception on their home.
(coming as will show how great is the
popular appreciation of their gallantry.
As a special testimonial to General Fun.
ston. we believe that th..ua.nls of loyal
Kans.tii will be clad of an opportunity j
to commune towara tne purchase ot a
sword commemoratlr.g the Important part
j''e hus plid in the campaign. "
It ts the intent. on to have tile sword
specially mamifactured and ready to
present to General Funston upon his
UNIijl K SCHEME TO
! DF.FUAUD THE GOVERNMENT.
ill Matter to He Sent to ii.xico ana
Mailed Into the United S:at.s With
i'Iii.'m-.ii i..v -S,im,, shrew.l Chi-
cugo men have hit ui-on a plan by which ' civic celebration which will be most :tag to which was referred the meat In
thev hope to dei.rlve the United States : elaborate, a banquet the most spleddld Ispertion bill which was substantially
government of thousands of dollars with. ,ver prepared for an officer. agreed upon by the imperial cabinet and
vut being brought to Justice. The sch me President McKinley and Secretary Long jthe United States ambassador, Mr. An.
Is to gather up all the second class ad. 1 will be Invited to the banquet. Whether .drew D. White, has reported against the
vertlsuig mall matter of the large com. 'or not they will attend is another mat. measure and in favor of bills hostile to
merclal houses ami ship I: to Mexico 1 1"-. If they consulted their private American interests, and that government
' . . ! n.;M i,il,oV.li ulif. annllnn It
by freight, change their American, motley
I into Mexican at the rate of two to one.
xit.xrall stamps aad tlx n mail the
matter back to the United States thus
saving half a cent on every letter
Cureful examination of the law. the-
promoters claim, has satisfied the i's;al
authorities that the government is unahie
to do anything in the case without legis
lation. E. L DWYEll FILES A
PETITION IN BANKRUPTCY
Liabilities Placed at tS. of Which
$lW.:s Is Secured. Principally by
Slock in the Fliivel Iind Co. j
NEW YORK. -May s. -Edward L.
Dwyer. promoter, of this city, has tiled j
n i,..ti,i.n Irt ,anL..iiiil,.i' e th -1 IU t ert
at .;."'.i.V, and no assets. Of the liahiii-
ties J110.,"itn) Is nominally secured, prln- ,
clpally by the stock of the Flav.-l Utud
and Development Comiany, of Orgon.
Dwyer has been Interested in various
companies In this city, Maine. Portland.
Ore., and Mexico.
In January. INtO, It Is said Dwyer mar
ried the Duchess of Castcllulrra In
ESTIMATED GOLD Ol'TlU'T.
SAN FRANCISCO. May S.-A letter j
fr on Dawson, dated April ti. says: The
Yukon Sun estimates the output of the
k-i...ni,a r .. ..... ..r 1
at I.UU0.1W. but It Is doubtful If "this
tlmate Is up to the mark which may
reach twice that amount. Notwithstand
ing the predictions of last fall to the
effect that the Canadian royalty would
stop work, more dirt has been taken out
this year on creeks outside of El Dorado
and Bonanza than was taken out In the
whole district last year.
There has been a general exodus to the
creeks of nun seeking work and the trails
where dumps are thickest are lined wiih
the tents of those seeking employment
during the clean-up.
DR. AUSTIN FLINT ILL.
NEW YORK. May 8-Dr. Austin Flint,
the well known authority on diseases ot
the bruin. Is seriously 111 with pneumonia
at his home In this city.
Has No Comments to Make
on the Findings of Wade
Court of Inquiry.
APPR0VA1 OF M'KINLEY
Criticism Would Be an Unsol
dtirly Act and He Will Otey
CONTRARY REPORTS FALSE
Alleged Interviews or Comments On
the Subject He Brands as Fatse
Cocsidere Health of Troops.
WASHINGTON. May ..-"The president
i commander-in-chief of the rrny and
my superior. He ha approved the find-
Ir.gi of the Wade court of Inquiry. There.
fore I have do comment to make. It
would bo an unsoldlerly act were I to j
do so." I
With these word General Mile replied
to a Star reporter, who saw mm for a j
moment In regard to the probable action (
he would take in view of the advere re. ;
port of the court.
1 have nj comment, criticism or state.
meat to make In thi matter and you
may take It a certain that any alleged
interview or intimation, to the contrary
said to come from me are wholly and
"I wa and am now actuated by a con-
sideratlon for the health, live and In
tegrily of the army. My duty 1 done."
WILL BANQUET DEWEY,
The Admiral Has Cabled Hi Acceptance
and Will Leave the I'hl.ippines
Within a '.Vtek.
NEW YORK, May 8.-Admlral Dewey
has cabled to this city his acceptance
of an Invitation to a banquet to be given
in his honor by luu prominent citizens.
It is likely that Admiral Dewey will
return to this "country as soon as tne
peace negotiations with the Insurgents
have been completed. He will return via
the Suex canal and come to New York,
While the exact date of his departure
must depend In a large measure upon
the conclusion of the terms of peace
with the Insurgents. It is expected by the
Washington authorities that the hero
of Manila will leave the Philippines
w i;hin" a week or two. - ". - - -
Thirty-seven citizens hve already an
nounced their Intention to subscribe $100
each for a banquet in honor of the great
captain, and there Is no doubt that by to.
day the list will be tilled by the ffi
'others necessary to mak the pi me.i
'.,,,1 Ik. .1,1 ...1 ..l.n.,..1 .....
a. i.i .lie f.v.i-v ,iauiiru lui.
Thus, when Admiral Dewey does ar.
rive, which It Is believed will not be
until late In August or early In Septem-
I tier, mere wi.i-awai; n:m. in auuuion i
wishes no Uoubt they wou.d come nere
'to honor the great sailor, but etiquette
I plays a lange part in such matters.
tTO HOLD VOLUNTEERS
f)R 'FOREIGN SERVICE
Governor ot Colorado May Settle the
Question Through the Medium of
Habeas Corpus Proceedings.
NEW YORK. May S.-A special to the
World from Washington says: It Is P'is-
j war department official s.iy. that
! e fovernor of Colorado may be able
to setttle the qmstion or tne ngnt ot.me mtuuu.it e,r .on..
the United States government to hol.t , chines, and all were consumed.
the volunteers ln foreign service, through Albert Bamberger, a volunteer fireman.
the medium of habeas corpus proce.d- s kiti. by a falling wall.
ini;j I Christian L. llaa'.aj. a workman, was
This might be done on the allegation
that the volunteers were held aisainst
their wishes. War department officials ;
say It would be easy to prove by the
orders which have. been issued that all
the volunteers were perfectly free to
ssk for and obtain their discharge when I
the treaty of peace was signed.
There Is no doubt, the authorities say,
v. ' ..... t-i ,1
inui me Kovenior woiuu lose nis ciise u .
hroneht on this noint hot regard habeas
. corpus proceedings as the only course
I open to him.
NEW SHOOTING RECORD.
PEORIA. HI.. May S.-
i. -Charles Young. ;
j"'' Sl-ringlleld. O.. broke 211 straight in.
animate targets, unknown angles, here
today, thus breaking the world's record,
The previous record was held by J. J.
Hollewell. who broke l.V straight at the
Makes the food more
rTofwTy a n
'hlladelnhlii shryit lt yrtr. In Ihn lain
shoot another worM'g rciril wa tab.
Ilshed. C. .11. rowem, of Decatur, III..
C'harU-a Young, of aprlngfWleld, O.; Fred
(illbert, of Spirit Ijiku, U.; Raollo II-lkf,
of Dayton, O.; Ed Fulford, of t?tlc, N
Y, broke 153 straight. Th former record
of liio itraight wa mad by Young; at
Lincoln, Neb., last week, Thi fiund
only missed two out of trr target and
only IX cut of 5"0.
HWINDLBR JAILED BY
LOS ANOELE3 IETrXmVE3.
Dr. Hana Hogelhurg Arrerd on Charg
of the Wholesale Bwlndllng of In.
vetnr in New York.
I8 ANOELEjJ, Cl May t-The city
detective hae arrested Dr. Hana Ho.
gelbunr. He if said to be wanted In
New York City to answer charge of
wholesale swIndHixr In connection with
the management of the Investor' Guar
antee and Trust Company, which com.
pany was an Incorporation with oflke
on Williams street, New York.
Dr. Hogeliicrg left New York on April
15, and It was thought he had fled to
Europe, with his wife, who had acted
as stenographer. 'I he detective h.r
th.ught they had learned of his being
lu th. city In the latter part of April,
and that he had gone to Mexico. They
refuse to say how he was apprehended
her. and whether hi wife. I with him
or not. She I not in custody at any
rate. He I said to have secured large
sums of money from people all over thi
I nked State to be Invested, he guaran.
teeing big return and safe Investments.
The chief of poilce wired Chief Me.
Ciusky, of New York, of the arregt. and
i charge of grand larceny preferred by
;l;rmi). y u Miy
, tnr0UKn the ,ch(.m(, of lIdlCr.,.
BIO RAILWAY TRUST
TO BE ORGANIZED.
A!, ,be EaerQ ruilroad to Be Cnolt-
dated Between Boiton and
CLEVELAND, O.. May S.-The Leader
wl According co a high
'"Oicial of the Vanderbllt line, In this city
I d"uila ot b r"road trust which
' t0 lnclu,Je th lln,a between Boston
1and Chicago are now being worked out
lnJ consolidation may be completed
iwunni ine next tew wee as.
! The went purchase of the rsoA line
In New York. Pennsylvania, Ohio. Indl.
plan,, for the consolidation which had
ln contemplation. It U not the
purpose to have all the line under one
management exje'iv. bur, to appjrtlon
them among the Pennsylvania Company,
the Vanderbllt Interest and the Balti
more & Ohio Co.opany, when It shall
'have been reorganised, giving to each
system the lines that it can use td the
The Vanderbilts announced that they
controlled all the roads In New England,
with the exception of the Boston & Al
bany, with which they now hive a traffla
agreement and which they expect to takd
jin son. The Vanderbllt now control all
the trunk line between BurTJk and
New York, with the exception of th
j Erie the Lackawanna 4 Lehigh Valley.
The purpose of the- consolidation ts said
to prevent rate.cutting and to accom
plish practically what the joint traffic
a ""social I. -n was organized to do.
TUB GERMAN REICHSTAG
IS STILL HOSTILE.
Its Committee Will Report Unfavorably
Upon the Bill Agreed Upon With
BERLIN. May 8. It I authoritatively
stated that the committee of the relch.
i """ , " ' '. .
1 lie Ulll, as reoi icu oden, iioioca tui
the examination of American meats. 1m.
possible to enforce ' without utterly de.
jstroylng American trade with Germany.
A THRESHING PLANT BURNED.
Volunteer Fireman Killed and a Work.
man Probably Fatally Injured.
MASSILl.ON. O.. May !. The largest
conllagrtition In the history of Massillon
; swept Russell & Company's mammoth
j thresher and engine plant tonight de.
'strtoytng property valued at J'1
I probably fatally Injured.
A FATAL EXPLOSION.
' A Woman and Child Killed and
OSKOSH, Wis., May 8.-The engine
room of the sawmill of the Paine Lum.
ber Company was wrecked by a boiler
explosion uunng me n.m.
Eugene Dubois, and his wife and
were the only persons In tke mill.
SKHASTOI'OL. Cal.. May J. Yung Gee.
said to be a highbinder from San Fran-
ciseo, was shot dead last night by nia
brother, Gang Gee. whom he had at.
tempted . tn murder on being refused a
large sum of money which he had asked.
delicious and wholesome
sowos ro w vok.