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About The morning Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1899-1930 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 20, 1904)
IT , 1:8 MANUFACTURED AT HOMi
ASTORIA, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 20, 1901.
As i business proposition, it pays to trade at
home, conditions being equal as to - the value
offered, but when you can get i better article at
home on as good terms there is an added reason
for patronizing the home institution.
Do You Drink Beer?
If you do, then why not drink the best? Beer
is not a necessity, but a luxury, and if you must
have a luxury of that kind, then get an article that
is absolutely pure, and which is made at home by
THe NortH Pacific Brewing Company. Phone 21.
, I t - J
With a Rock Iilind
Svitem time table and
one of our folders, "Across
the Continent in a Tourist
Sleeper," you can easily
figure out your route to any
point in the East.
The Rock Island has its own
lines from Denver, St. Paul and
Minneapolis to Omaha, Kantas City,
Chicago, Memphis and 1,200 other
towns and cities in the Middle West.
It ! a good railroad and its trains are as com-'
fortable as money can make them. Write or
call and I will take pleasure in giving you full
information." ' " ' 4
i. . COMMAS, ClMfl B4,
40 TfcW sftPMti PtrilMsl,
"Citizen" Train, Financier, Re
former Traveler and Author,
Dies at Hotel.
LIFE READS LIKE ROMANCE
Serve Kciiteiicen In Many Jail
Though Never Oullty of
New York, Jun. U. George Francis
Train, who died tale lust night at Mills
I Art si No. 1 In Weaker street, u
probably one of ihe most picturesque
figure In the history of America. Only
a few yews ngo, when he was then 74
years old, he dictated the reminiscence
of hl extraordinary career and the re
ult was published In book form. Sum-
COLUMBIA THEATRE I
Opens in Old Liberty Hall,
Corner Seventh and Horn! St reots
Honday Evening. January nth.
f ilgh Class Vaudeville
TiJUEE HOURS CF HM
JUrt OX Hart
Comedy Sketch Artists
World's Chompion Hand
Balancer and Equilibrist.
Celebrated Tramp Cartoonist
Hays 01 Winchcl
Novell v Sketch Artists and
Ihg'Time I'iaiio Players.
ADMISSION 10, 20 and 30 CENTS.
Rand Concert 7:30. Performance liegins 8:15 Every Evening,
Best for iSteam
Best for Ranges
Best for Heaters
The most economical and satisfactory
Fuel for any purpose.
Any Quantity at Any Time
on short notice.
Free Delivery in the City.
ELMORE & GO.
9th and Commercial Streets.
jmurlaed In hi. own rurloua fashion.
thl contained the following Informa
tion about his career:
"Shipping clerk, 1; manager, 18;
partner In Train A Co., 10 with Income
of f 10.400. Established firm Qeorge
Krancls Train 4 Co., Melbourne, Aus
tralia, MS, agent White Star Line,
Income 190,000. Started 40 clippers to
Clalfornla In 1849. Built railroad con
necting Erie with Ohio and Mlaslsslp-
pl. Pioneered the ft rut street railway
In Europe. America, Australia and Eng
land. Built first Pacific railway. 18(2
, through Credit M.iblller. owner
5000 tots In Omaha, worth IS, 000.000.
Been in U Jails without a crime."
Mr. Train's parents, with several
brothers and sisters, died at New Or
leans from yellow fever, and his child
hood home was on his grandmother's
farm In Massrchusetts. Not long af
ter enuring the Boston shipping house
founded by his cousin, he went abroad
and from that time on, wandered all
over the globe.
In 1S73 he began a career as lecturer
and atrltator, and held public debates
with some of the ablest orators in the
country. A few years ago he made a
trip around the world In 86 days, saying
afterward that hla psychic force en
abled hin, to overcome all obHtiiele.
vVhon Mills Hotel No- 1 was opened
several years ago, Mr. Train went
there to live and since then made it
his headquarters. One of the features
of hl eventful life was his admira
tion for children, and for years a fa
miliar spectacle In Madison Square
was "Cltlsen" Train on a bench sur
rounded by a group of little ones.
Mr. Train's last misadventure oc
curred last summer, when he was
quarantined at 8tamford, Conn., in
a smallpox Isolation camp and threat
ened that city with a suit for $50,000
damages. He was the author of at
least 40 books and frequently asserted
that his "psychic power" eventually
would make him the most potent sov
ereign of the earth.
the hours are reduced the expenses of
the business are added to by 15 per
cent. There Is a movement In cong
ress to frame an eight hour day which
is a dangerous one. We are opposing
It because It Is unwise and we are pe
titioning our members to have their
w nators oppose the bill. We are also
antagonizing the anti-injunction bill.
"We stand for the open office, al
though we agree the union men are the
best workmen we can secure."
To Enforce 10-Hour Law.
New York. Jan. 1. Preparations
are being made by MOO union bakers
employed here to enforce the 10 hour
labor law recently declared constitu
tional by the appellate court. Seven
shops already have been tied up In
Harlem by a strike called because the
employers refused to change the hours
and the unionists declare there will
be no halt In the movement If the law
is not obeyed.
Inheritance Tax Paid th. State.
Trenton, N. J., Jan. 19. Repres
entatives of the Metropolitan Museum
of Art of New Tork have paid to the
state treasurer 27.33I collateral In
heritance tax due the state from the
bequest made the museum by Jacob 8.
Rogers, the Paterson millionaire. The
tax represents five per cent with In
terest on nearly $5,000,000.
Military Force Being Reduced. "
Tellurlde, Colo., Jan. The mil
itary fore her. Is to be still further
reduced and 73 men will be sent to their
homes today, Everything baa been
very quiet here since the arrival of the
troops, and Major Hill has gradually
reduced the force until now little over
100 men remain In the county. Six
more- men arrested yesterday wilt be
, JUST AS A FIRE
spreads In dry grass and weeds, so does
an Inflammation of the throat the re
sult of a cold grow down Into the
sensitive air-passages of the lungs, The
cold, lll.e the fire, should be promtly
dealt with. When you begin to cough',
use Allen's Lung Balsam. It will cer
tainly heal the sore throat and lungs
and It may save you from consumption.
UP IN ARAS
Managers of Iroquois Will Fight
Disclosure of Identy by
SUITS REACH THE MILLIONS
Financial Interests Back Resi
dent Managers la Stand
Taken to Oppose the
Chicago, Jan. 19. The Tribune to
day says; . , ". ,
In anticipation of a flood of death
claims and ( personal Injury suits that
may aggregate $8,000,000. th. financial
Interests behind the Iroquois Theater
Company have commenced a fight to
prevent the coroner's Jury from dis
closing their Identity.
Harry J. Powers and Will J. Davis,
"resident managers," of th. company,
wllf probably be heard today, and their
appearance on the witness stand will
bring final determination of th. rights
of the coroner. Under Instructions
from Attorney W. J. Rnes, the man
agers will 'refuse to answer questions
touching: on the financial backing of
the play Vouse.
"All witnesses will be required to
answer such questions as may tend
to help the jury In Axing th. criminal
responsibility for these deaths." said
Coroner Traeger. "If such questions
also tend tolay foundations for civil
actions, thet cannot be helped."
Y0UNQ GIRL ENDS LIFE
BY THE PISTOL ROUTE
Butte, Jan. 19. In a fit of an
ger because she had been taken out of
a dance hall and to her home by an
officer, Agnes Holland, aged K, shot
and almost Instantly killed herself at
the home of her sister, Mrs. Mamie
Reiroer, 50$ North Wyoming street,
about 10 o'clock Saturday night. The
bullet, a 3$-calibre ball, entered the
light side of the head and the girl fell
to the floor dying. Before a physician
could arrive she was dead.
Miss Holland had caused her parents
anxiety for several years. , She could
hardly be Induced to submit to the
least restraint, and had been sent
twice to the Catholic home at Helena.
But she could not be kept at th.
bom.. With Hanna Crotty and a girl
named Rodgers she broke out of the
institution on the Monday night be
fore Christmas and came to Butte, liv
ing while there with her married sis
ter, Mrs. Relmer, where here father
also resides. Her mother has been
living in Seattle for Some time.
The girl was much given to being
out late and associating" with compan
ions said not to bear the best of repu
tation. Saturday night the father saw
Undersheriff McCarvey and asked him
to find the girl and bring- her home.
The officer found her at Rensbaw hall
and persuaded her to accompany him
to the borne of her sister.
On reaching the bouse Miss Holland
went directly to a bedroom and a mo
ment later a shot was heard. Rush
ing to the room the girl had entered
but a moment before, the father and
officer found her on the floor.
!y dying. Miss Holland expired with
out ottering a word. ,
Coroner Egan arrived on the seen
shortly afterward and the body was
sent to Dunnlgan's undertaking rooms.
Coroner Egan will hold an Inquest
over the remains at Duggan's under
taking rooms at 7 o'clock tonight
The mother of the rtrl has been nn.
tlfied of the tatter's death and Is ex
pected to reach th. city from Rrti
today. If she arrives the funri .m
be held tomorrow. Burial will be at
the Catholic cemetery.
To Cur. a Cold in On. Day.
Tak. Laxatlv Broino Quinine TaS
lU. All dlts refund th. money
If It fails to cur.. X. W. Grove's sig
nature Is on each box. Be. ' tf
ENDEAVOR TO SUPPRESS
AGITATION OF UNION
New Haven, Conn., Jan. 19. Edwin
Freeg.xrd of New York, secretary of
the Typothetae union, In an address
hure before the state Typothetae said:
i'Th. length of the work day is not
of so much Importance as the return
received. We are endeavoring to sup-1
press all agitation started by the in
ternational Typographical union, It
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