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THE MOROTNO ASTORIAN, SATURDAY, JUNE 11, W
JUDGE TAKES A SLAM
AT THE POLICE OFFICERS
SaysH&d Things About Police Captain
Who Uses His Power in Oppres
sion of Rights,
New York. June 10. In granting a
permanent Injunction restraining a
police captain from stationing officers
In a cafe near Washington market for
the ostensible purpose of preventing
gambllLg on the premises, Justice
Gay nor of the supreme court has hand
ed down a decision denouncing what
be calls acts of oppression as com
monly practiced by the police. He was
particularly severe In denouncing the
captain In question, whose action is de
clared to be "Outrageous criminal law
lessness." After finding that the captain had
absolutely no grounds for suspecting
that gambling existed on the premises
, but had persisted in stationing men on
the premises to drive away customers
without even having consulted a mag
istrate. Justice Gaynor continued:
"It is by methods such as these
that millions of dollars have been ex
torted annually In the city ofNew
Tork and police officials have been
able to retire, one after another with
"His (the captain's) acts clearly
constituted the crime of oppression,
and it is fortunate that they have not
provoked violence and even bloodshed
for the plaintiff has the right to resist
them with all the force necessary.
"We read of such official conduct and
profess to be astonished over it. but
we have had more of it In the city of
New Tork for the last 25 years, and
especially" during the last eight or
nine years, than there has been in
any ether place in the civilised world.
"Such police lawlessness Is far more
dangerous than all the gambling com
bined. It brings In its train all of the
vices and debases government and so
ciety. The law can be effectualy and
permanently enforced only In a lawful,
orderly and uniform manner."
Interesting Experiment Made Possible
, Through Carnegie.
New York. June 10. An evolution
station of the Carnegie institution will
be opened tomorrow at Cold Springs
Aarbor, Long Island.
Dr. Charles B. Davenport of the
University of Chicago has been ap
pointed director. In addition to the
staff a number of botanists and cool
gists have agreed to assist as an ad
The object is to afford facilities for
the study of the various branches and
of evolution heredity, descent, re
lationships and development of species,
both of animals and plants. The site
includes ten acres upon which plants
and animals will be set growing in
such a manner that their development
may be closely watched.
SENT A GIFT.
St Louis Men Will Purify Chicago's
Chicago, June 10. St. Louis capital
ists are interested In a plan to relieve
Chicago's scarcity of milk and improve
the quality of food given to infants.
They propose to establish a number
of distributing stations in Chicago from
which goats will be sent out whenever
an order for fresh milk is received.
' And, since there are dangers for the
babies in the nursing bottles as well
as in the ordinary milk of commerce,
it is planned to have the infants take
their nourishment entirely from the
goats a method which is said to be in
vogue among the Latin races. -
Czar of Russia Honors the New. York
New York, June 10. The Cxar of
Russia has sent to the New York
Stock Exchange a magnificent solid
silver gift as a token of his apprecia
tion of the courtesy by the exchange
In listing Russian bonds a year ago.
A large part of the loan was floated
In this country through the action of
the stock exchange.
The exact slzie of the czar's gift has
not yet) been disclosed although some
idea of Its size and value is afforded
byby the fact that three large cases are
required to hold It It Is said to be of
a statment that he will call out the
freight handlers from New York to
San Francisco unless the strike here
la settled within the next three days,
Curran estimated that more, than
60,000 would be affected if the new
strike Is ordered. "I will give the rail
road and steamship companies now
fighting the freight handlers and fire
men three days." he said, "to grant the
demands of both organisations or ac
"If, after that time our demand are
not granted 1 will call out every freight
handler between here and San Fran-elsco."
Court Finds They Cannot Hold Him on
New York. June 10, An Indictment
which caused the arrest In Chicago a
few weeks ago of John J. Henley, the
Alaska mine owner, has been ills-
missed in the court of general sessions.
The Indictment whs procured on a
charge that Healey had placed to his
aceountJSOOO belonging to the Central
Alaskan Exploration company, of
which he was president. District At
torney Jerome explained tha if any
crime had been committed It was out
side the court's jurisdiction.
Argument Will Be Heard.
New York, June 10. Argument will be
heard June 20 before Judge Holt of
the United States district court on a
motion for the vacation of the order
appointing a temporary receiver for
the brokerage concern of B. A. Baxter
& Company which failed January 30
and for dismissal of the petitions to
have the company adjudged an invol
Assignee Vester states that of the
$850,000 in claims about $810,000 have
GreatN umber Will Be Affected if a
Strike Is Ordered.
New York, June 10. Lawrence Cur
ran, leader of the striking freight hand
lers, after a protracted conference with
prominent labor men here, has issued
New York. June 10. A farewell din
ner has been given by the Presbyter
ian union to 50 missionaries about to
sail for foreign lands. Tha largest
party goes to China. Others go to
Africa, Colombia, Guatemala, India,
Japan, Korea. Slam, Syria, Persia and
Addresses were made by officials of
the Presbyterian foreign board who de
clared the missionaries to be real
Downed the Wireless.
New York. June 10. The general dl
rector of posts and telegraphs has re
fused proposals, says a Herald dis
patch from Buenos Ayres for the erec
tlon of stations in Argentina to at
tempt wireless communication with
Italy. The company making the pro
posal asks a monopoly for fourteen
Zien in Germany.
.New York, June 10. John Alexander
Dowle has declared his Intention In a
public address to establish a Zion 40
miles from Berlin, says a Times dis
patch from that city. In It, he said,
there would be no liquors, no tobbaco,
no hogs and no opera house.
New York, June W-John V. Clarke
of White Plains, contractor and
builder of water worts all over the
country. Is dead, after a brief illness.
He was 43 years old and accumulated
a large estate.
Vessels Not Sold.
New York, June 10. Negotiations for
the sale of several war vessels have
practically failed, according to a Her
aid dispatch from Buenos Ayres, Ar
gentina. It is understood that the gov
ernment is not disposed to ' renew
hJpflakes Friends FastK
i and Fast Friends
I You never tire of 5c
I Sv LARGEST SELLER IN THE WORLD. j
j 2foi is ths Smoker's frofe ij
Th0 Horning After
a heavy and rich meal will
be unattended by discomfort
or sickness if, before going
to bed, you will take
Bold Everywhere, la boxes 10c, and 0.
REVIVAL IN EXPORT TRADE.
Warring Nation Will Soon Require
From the appearance of things there
will be n very llitht cm go going out on
the Oriental liner Arabia, which Is due
to arrive from the fur east shortly
after the middle of this month. As
yet the company has received no ex
tensive ordfis for freight space. The
entire shipments so fur arranged fur
'omprlae but 200 tons of Hour, 100,000
feet of lumber and eight carloads of
miscellaneous good coming from the
east. The eastern freight will consist
principally of machinery, tobacco, cig
Hut the officials of the local com
pany tiike consolation from the ftu-t
that the other oriental lines running
out of Pacific coast ports are exper
iencing the same difficulty In secur
ing outward business. The situation
la practically the same at nil the ship.
ping centers. The last steamer sail
ing from I'uget Sound for Japan and
China had less than 250 tons of flour
aboard, while the balance of the freight
was not sufficient to till more than
half the space In the holds.
Usually there has been a dull period
at this session of the year, so far as
flour shipments to the Orient are con
cerned, but the present depression Is
unprecedented. The war Is held dl
rectly responsible for it. But Inter on
local exporters are of the opinion that
the war Is going to be the cause of a
general revival of business. It Is ex
plained that both sides to the conflict
undoubtedly had prepared for the con
test by securing large supplies of flour
and other commodities well In advance,
In a short time. It Is believed, these
stores will become exhausted, and the
belligerents will again have to replen
Ish their stock.
A well authenticated report has It
that Russia has already taken steps
In this direction by abolishing the high
tariff rate on all goods Intended for
shrlpment to the ports In the fur east
under her Jurisdiction. With the eg
gresslve campaign she Is conducting It
is thought that Japan Importers will
again soon be drawing heavily on the
United States for breadstuff, and
other necessities. Hence, It is argued
thut the present depression Is not
likely to b of long duration, but when
the tide turns un era of great pros
perity will reign.
The steamers have no trouble In get
ting full cargoes coming this way. The
Arubia is loaded to the guards with
the usual character of freight brought
from the lund of the rising sun. She
also has a number of steerage passen
Cripple Creek, Colo., June 10. An
amendment has' been made to the
agreement being circulated by 'com
mittees from the Citizens' Alliance
pledging Its members not to employ
members of unions affiliated with cer
tain' labor organizations. The names
of the American Federation of Labor
has been stricken out and that of the
American Labor Union will be substi
tuted. As It now stands the agree
ments apply to the local trades rssenr
bly, the American Labor Union, tha
State Labor Union and the Western
Federation of Miners.
8pecial Excursion to the World's
The Denver St Rio Grande, in con
nectfon with the Missouri Pacific, will
run a series of personally conducted
excursions to the world's fair during
June. These excursions will run
through to St Louis without change
of cars, making short stops at principal
points enroute. The first of these ex
cursions will leave Portland June 7th,
and the second June 17th. The rate
from Astoria will be $67.60 to St, Louis
and return. Excursionists going via
tha Denver & Rio Grande have the
privilege of returning via a different
route. This Is the most pleasant way,
well as the most delightful route, to
cross the continent. The stops ar
ranged give an opportunity to visit
the various points of Interest in and
about Salt Lake City, Denver and
Kansas City. If you wish to accom
pany one of these excursions write at
once to W. C. McBrlde, 124 Third
street, Portland, for sleeping car res
The Orotto handles nothing but
straight liquors; no blended, goods In
11 vaue eheit measure li 42, 34
ooat would bs a HttU uneemfortabls
nd would eauis 10ml comment among
your friends.. It your advertising
ptnditure out loo small for your bull
ntta chest mtasurementf
DON'T 00 TO ST. LOUIS
'Till you call at or writ to ths Chi
cago, Milwaukee ft Kt Paul lullroad
rm i4i Thirt street. Portland. Ore.
Low rates to nil polnTs eat. In oenneo-
tlon with all transcontinental.
It. B. ROWE.
A DIRECT LINE
to Chicago and all points east; Louts
vllia, Memphis. Now Orleans; and sMl
That Throbbing Hsadaihe
Would quickly Jeavs you If you umi
Dr. King's Nw WW i'liia. Thousand!
of sufferers have, proved their match
less merit for Blck and Nervous Head'
ache. They maks pur blood and
build up your health. Only XI catiti;
money back If nut curtd. Sold by
Chas. Rogers, Druggist
ASTORIA AND COLUMBIA
Effective June I, 104.
LEAVE I PORTLAND ARIltVR
00 sin I'm t land Union !)
7:00 pin pot for Astoria and
j way Ioltts
8e that your ticket mil via tht
Illinois Central R. R. Thoroughly mod
rn trains connect with all transconti
nental lines at St. Paul and Omaha.
If your friends art coming west 1st us
know and wa will quote them direct
th specially low rntvs now la effect
from all eastern points.
Any Information as to rates, routs,
etc., cheerfully given on application.
B. II. TRUMBUuI Commercial
Agent. IO Third street, Portland. Or.
J. C. LIND8ET, T. f. 4k P. A., 1U
Third street, Portland. Or.
P. B. THOMPSON, r. ft. P. A..
ASK THE AGENT FOR
To 8pokans, 8t Paul, Minneapolis,
Duluth, Chiosgo, St. Louis, snd all
points sait and south.
2 OVERLAND TRAINS DAILY Q
The Flyer and 1 he Fast Mall Z
UP TO DATE EQUIPMENT
Daylight trip aorosa ths Catoad and
For tickets, rates folders and full In
formation call on or address
' City Ticket Agent
122 Third Street, Portland, Or,
8. O. TERKES. O. W. P. A.,
612 First Avenue, Seattle, Wash.
1 sets tiny Vapiulet are superior
to Balsam or lopaiDa
Cubebs or Injections and
CURE IN 48 HOURS
ths tarns disease! with
7: 41 ami for Portland and!
M0 ptn'wny points
II: )S sm Astoria for
6: SO jm
I: 10 am! Astoria for Waren
A: 60 pm'ton, Kt. tUeven,
jllitmmond and Seaside
4:30 pin Mranlde for Auto
:ISamrs!d for War-
s;30am;renon, Ft. Htev-I
lens, Hammond and
Additional train leaves Astoria daily
at 11:30 a. m. for all minis on Ft.
ttlsvens branch, arriving Ft. Bieveni
12: 30 p. m., returning leaves Ft. Buv
ens 3:00 p. in., arriving at Astoria t:i
Mk Bus VS
and Union Pacific
70 hours from Portland to Chicago.
No Changs of cars.
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OCEAN AND RIVER SCHEDULE
All sailing dates subject to change.
For San Francisco every flvs days.
Columbia lllvnr to
rurtiaiiti ana Way
Steamer Nahcotta leaves Astoria on
the tide DAILY FOR ILWACO.
vvm.svuii. win mm imina ior unit
Beach, Tioga and North Beach points,
neiuming arrives at Astoria
Through tickets to and from all prj
clpal European cities.
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Fehhy royal, pills
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IHI lAKTAl-PtPtm CO,
fold by Chas. Rogers, 4C Commtrclal
A transcontinental trav
eler says: " I've tried them
all and I prefer the
It's the best to be found from
coast to coast."
It's "The Train for Com
fort" every night in the year
between Minneapolis, St.
Paul and Chicago.
pflfore slatting on a trlp-no matter
wlwre-wrlte for lnUTotlng Informa
tion about comfortable traveling.
H. L SISLER, General Agent.
132 Tbird Bt. Portland. Oregon.
T. W. THAHOALK,
General PaaariiKi-r Agent.