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About The morning Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1899-1930 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 24, 1905)
SUNDAY, DECEMBER 14, I9"S
timird iatifaetoty. Reports from the
Wading industrial centers indicate no I
oe-Mti.n, but rath-r an iuerMscd de
mand. Money to cull i well a on time
howvd hardening tendency, but exer
cised practically no effect in market
orration. It i confidently predicted
Train Stalled in Tunnel on "Dead
Ciat monetary condition will mm ap
Situations Wanted Advertisements Inserted
Twice Without Charge.
preciably with tl beginning of the
THE MORNING ASTORUN, ASTUIirrr. OREGON.
COAL SMOKE FILLS THE CAB
"I was afflicted with sciatica," writes
EiGNud, Iowarille, Ssdgwick OoJ
Kan., going about on eratohe and auf -
.Two Brakemea Firemen Jump - from
Train Attempt ta Sua Out Fall I to try Ballard'a Snow Liniment, which
.Unco nation Engineer Opeai Trottle, I relieved ma. ,
Faints Eniine Crashes into Aaotner.l I used three 50c bottles. It is the
greatest hniment I ever used; hare
SITUATION WASTED BY MAX AND
wifa in Aa an kind nf u-nrl iar.lv
t.r: . ji .! , , .... I "rrv
....g . u. . ,mia. 1 wm maucea tap. V Uri. nm a i.r.n n.i.i;.
.11 c. . , .
GIRL WANTED FOR HOUSEWORK
in family of three. Portland suburbs
line. Waea $15.00 par month.
recommended it to a number of persons; AddwM jy. A.torian.
ail expjress tHemseJree aa being benefit-
d by it
Kew York. Dee. 23 .With the throttle
' ... . labl to perform a put deal of light
wid open and the engineer unconscious I . , " ' "
on ut Door 01 me cao a neary
I now walk without mitflww
I a 99 a w a a . . n.b mvm
BAU.WAI HAIL llJUUU3 VK
tions ia Oregon; 10 men wanted to
prspara . for ooming axamiaauon; be-
Yurk Central locomotive drawing six I Sweet Youtur Thin- thU fc.a tn ufJ $00. Writ at onos to
cars laden with stone rsa wild throurhleea a wonderful day my sixteenth! O. Hyn.n, 12 Breedea bug. Port-
Harlem early on Thursday morning and ?rt.MJ: 1 Y t kim from land. Or.
finally came to a standstill, wrecked
when it crashed into a locomotive of
the iieriem diviMon in the .Mot 1 haven 1 t v.t rv
, I Million rush in mad A rt
Details of the accident became gen- Iwi.w fmm
Arthur and my hut'
x on the ears
a i - ft il
erauy Known lor me nri time iai another, when, if tW M mi, t
-1-1.4 .v 1. - . 1. - : I
K , ' " . : . rBJ,B7r' good food, and keep tiieir bowels regu-
tar with Dr. King" New Ufa Pills,
their troubles would all pass and quick
euro for liver and stomach trouble 25c
jjvy ueyo ot rougtiKefpsie. wno 1
', now in Lebanon Hospital, dying from
burns and scalds. Three men who
jumped from the train in the tunnel
LEARN lLEORAFHT AND R. R
Accounting, $50 to $900 a meats sal
try aaaurad oar grsduates aadar bead.
Our six schools the Urgent la Amesiaa
and endorsed by all Ralkoada, Write
for catalogue. ITORSE SCHOOL OF
FEXJ9GRAPHY, Cincinnati, O. Buffalo,
H. Y, Atlanta, Ga, La Croat, Wk, Tex
srkaaa, Tez, Saa Francisco, Cai
were lying unconscious at the track
side when foond. "
What happened to them i a matter
of conjecture. The accident i said to
have been due to a lack of ventilation
in the tunnel. A work train of sixteen
cars left the New York Central station
soon after daybreak. It ws drawn by
a gigantic "Ping Pong" engine. The top
of its short smokestack clears the roof
of the Park avenue tunel bv onlv a few
At Fiftieth street the big engine be
came stalled on a "dead centre" Engi
neer Deyo tried to get the piton mov
ing by starting the exhaut but in
spite of his efforts he could not get the
Dig machine to turn a wheel
The fireman and two brakemen in
the cab with Deyo began to cotight as
the hard coal gas from the locomotive
firebox came pouring down upon them,
deflected by the roof and walls of the
As the engineer, still working with
rtight and main at the throttle h-ver
to get his engine moving, looked at his
three companions be saw them slowly
and painfully crawl down off the
motive cab into the tunnel.
' They tried to run back out of reach
of the deadly coal gas, but before they
had gone a dozen steps fells uncon
scious in the ditch.j Deyo'a train was
stalled on the main track a peril to
traffic, and" he dared not leave the cab
for a moment.
Consciom of the danger that he too
might succumb to the fume of the coal
gas. he wet a big bunch of cotton wa-tt
at the tank and platseie.1 it over liis
mouth and nose. iut the waste wa
little protection. Deyo wa till trying
to get the engine off the "dead centre"
. when his head began to whirl. With "a
last effort of tonciou-neis he pulled
Lack the throttle lever. .Jut then a
pushing engine came up behind and
truck the long train ami the impact
started the locomotive. The. sIum-U
knocked peyo, weak and dizzy, oir hi
balance, and he fell to the floor of the
tub unconscious.' With the throttlw
wide open the locomotive gathered
speed. Deyo'a body re-twl o.e to the
len door of the firebox and t'ie flames
open dor of the firebox and the flaine
began to scorch him at they leaped out
of the furnace.
All the way through the long Park
avenue tunnel the train flew. The
switches were right and the drawbridge
over the Harlem liver was fortunatelv
The train dashed into the MoHhaven
yard of the New Haven Road, and ran
into a light engine on the main track
Botli locnutive w-e wrciked uiid
.Deyo was removed iinconseionn fmin the
at Charles Rogers, drug store; guaran
Mrs. anastorbilt" set a new fashion
when she kised one of the horses in
the ring at the New York horse show.
Ti. . . . ... . . ..
!. Niier u a norse man some
WANTED EMPLOYMENT AS STAr
tionary or donkey engineer. Address
X, care "Astorian." '
Clear thinking, decisive action, vim
and vigor of body and mind, the sparkle
of life, comes to all who use Hollister's
Rocky Mountain Tea. 35 cents, Tea or
Tablets. Sold by Frank Hart
WANTED YOUNG MAN, GOOD EDU-
cation, w,ould like work of any kind.
Addre-a L. M. G., ear Astorian.
II CUPS ARB SAUCERS. I
jj CHOCOLATE SETS. ' I
I SALAD SETS. I
I TEA SETS. ' I
I TAKCY rr.A prT I
tALL APPS0PRUTE I
CHRISTMAS CIFTS. D
Viri. n fl
C2t:0ommerclal Street, Aitorl m
WANTED LADY VITII GOOD REF-
erences to travel for firm of $250,000
capital Salary $1072 per year and ex
penses; salary paid weekly and expena
GUM VAH CO.
17I Astor St Aiteria, Ore,
All kind of mea!, NoodWt and Ckop
TORE POINT OYSTER HOUSE.
Eastera and Shoalwater Bay Oyster
Steaks, Chops, Eto.
Open day and sight,
- lltk St, text to Scully's cigar store
(or 15c; nice cake, coffee, pie, or
tjpughnuis, 5c, at U. 6. Restaur
tnt 434 Bond SL
BEST 15 CENT MEAL.
You can always find the best
16-cent meal in the city at the
Rising Sun Restaurant
NoUc ia hareby given that Oil an
nual meeting of thd stockholders of
the Astoria Electric Cwmppany will be
hell at the office of the conippany, Page
Block, Astoria, Oregon fin Monday the
eightnj day of January, 1006, at 8
o'clock, P. M., for the purpose of
electing a board of directors, to serve
during the ensuing year, and for the
transaction of such other business as
may lawfully com before the meeting.
C. N. HIGGIN'3,
. . , Sei-retary.
Astoria, Oregon, December 10, liNtf.
Dr. C. GEE WO
Formerly located J58
Alder Street: for the
nasi flsa roaraHAVE
V K. . - . '
JAY TUTTLE, M.I).
PHYSICIAN AND 8UHOE0N
ieilot Am taunt aurgsoa
0. a. alartae Hospital Harriot.
Oatos hour: UtiU am. 1 to :M p.a
4V7 ConuMrolal Btrset tod Floor.
The Troy Laundry
DR. J. P. GO RAY,
NOSE ARB THROAT
sos OregoniAO Buildiog.
P0BTLARD .... OREGON
The only white tabor laundry In th
ity. Does the best work at reasonable
prices and la In every way worthy of
Address, with stamp. J. 'your patronage.
I A. Alexander. Astoria. Ore. I
WANTED A POSITION FOR LIGHT
int,ide work, willing to learn. Twenty
years of age. Address Chas, La r sen, Bay
10th and DUANkTtta Phena 1M1.
MANDOLIN LESSONS GIVEN-MRS
a D. Stewart. 127 Seventh street
FOR RENT FURNISHED ROOMS.
FURNISHED ROOMS A LARGE
furnished or unfurnished room on
Commercial street, with gas and bath,
reasonable. Inquire at "Astorian."
POTTED PLANTS AND FLOWERS
for sale Experienede gardening and
ob work of all kinds done on short
wtke Addreas orders to X. C. Care
WOODI WOOD! WCOD
Cord wood, mill wood, box wood, aay
kind of wood at lowest price. Eelly,
th transfer max. 'Phone 1191 Mala,
Bars oa Twelfth, opposite opera
Y) SPICES, 0
AboluttPurihr, fines! Flavor,
r PORTLAND, OREGON.
BOARD AND ROOMS FOR SEVERAL j E MARTINSON
pai we. can ue snruxcu ai ino iiuium
STOCK MARKET FIRM
Higher Prices and Broader Tone Chief
, Features of Week's : Stock -Market..
New York, Dec. 23. Higher price and
a broader tone were the chief features
of this week's utock markt. The fail
ures at Chicago caused only a mild
flurry here. Union Pacific was the fea
ture of the railway li-t on rumor of
a transcontinental deal. An event of
great local intereht was the transfer of
control of the traction companies by the
so-called Ryan interests to thoe al
ready in control of the Subway and ek
Hated lines. In the industrial group
ih purchase of control in Tennessee
Coal & Iron, by Republic Iron Steel
was a feature. Movements in th com
modity markets kept pace w ith those
for securities and railroad return con-
OPEN All NIGHT
399 Bond St., cor. Ninth
Hou1, Dili and Duane streets.
FOR RENT NICELY FURNISI1ED
rooms with stove; alo housekeeping
rooms very reasonable. 678 Commercial
street, Shanahan building.
Fine merchant tailoring, Room 5, over
Cooper's store, K. of P. Building. As
FOR RENT-FOUR UNFURNISHED
rooms for housekeeping. Man and
wife pivferred. Cheap rent to right
parties, 10C1 Thirty-fourth street.
FOR LENT THREE FURNISHED
rooms for liiriit houe keeping. No
diidren. Enquiry 4"2 Commercial street
FOR SALE SEVERAL CHEAP BED
room MiiM, lot of curtains, shade,
one range, and- other Jjonsef urnihhing
articles. Apply at once 621 Exchange
LOST AND FOUND.
LOST-IN STAR, THEATRE, Dis
charge papers from Company "L."
Twenty-Third Infantry, U. 8. A., Finder
pk-ae leave at this office and receive
I)sT Ijidy'H Mimll, silver, open faeej
watch, with initials "M. H." on Mine;
finder please leave at thi ollice.
FOR 8ALE MISCELLANEOUS.
Each Canrale "
bears the nnw-WUJ
SECOND HAND DONKEY ENGINES
for sale, suitable for logging and
hoisting purposes. For description and
price apply to F. D. Kucttner, Astoria,
FOR 8ALE CHEAP HORSE, BUG
gy and harness. Inquire Astorian of
Ice. EMBROIDERY LESSONS GIVEN
ROBINSON & H1LDEERAND
Goodman B!dg. 688 Commercial 8t
URN ITU RE, Carpets,
8toves, Matting, Window
C. J. TRENCH A RI)
Real Estate, Insurance, Commissior
CUSTOM H0U8E BROKER.
Offics 133 Ninth Strsst, Next to Juetios
LESSONS IN: HARDANGER EM
broidery is given by Mrs. Julius
Erickson, C3 West Bond stieet, Astoria,
for 25 eenta per hour.
is the simplest and strong
est ofall writing machines.
It does better work, does
it quickerlasts longer,
and costs less in the long
run than any other type
writing machine. It is
The World's Best
Let at teni ro our littlt book teillnf
ill about it." Typtwriter lupplw. Mi
chinstrenttd. SffnorjphcTi furnithci.
Th Smith Premier
247 BUrk M., I'oi tiaiKJ
DR. RB0DA C. HICKS
Offlco ManseL Bid. Phono Black 10(1
871 Commercial St, Astoria, Ore.
OVED into the
ner of First ami Morrison BUela b-
uaucwo.itrj rronl Bt, ,
Successful Hone Treatment
Pr.O.OIt WO Is loowo throutnotil th
VnU4 guie. and U callnd lbs Urral Cbla
IhjcIot on acmttat of hla wondarful sufm
without Ihs aid of a knife, without uMni
P""oraiUMoraiiir kind. He traatasay
aa4 all aiwtMw wlta porrul orUntel roota
herbs, bark, and vegaublM Hut ars un
known to medical ocUae la this nousv-r,
od Uirough lh um nf teas harinlM rrtaV
dia liuaraolM to aura
Calarrh. Ailhiaa. Ua Tfahk Rhewmeawa,
NervewasM. Stflasaca. Uvsr, Kkiney, ruasle
WsainsM sad all ChrosJo O'ssasa.
tail or riw, sncitMlnc s-oent stamps for
nutUluf book and elreiilsr. A4&r.
The C Oe We OUimm M4kle Ca,
Mention inn " PerllaaOreea,
Finest Hotel In the Naj-thweet
DR. T. L. BALL,
2i Commercial tit Astoria Oreeon.
PytLIau Building. Astorfa. Oregon.
Dr. W. C. LOGAN
578 Onrouernal St , 8banahan Eaildlng
DR. C. W. RARR,
Manse! I tiuiiilimr .
Telephone R4!i Mfil Astoria, ( treipn
WIWES AND LIQUORS. " "
San Franclaco'i leading eoa
nnlence and family hotel
central! located. Cob
violent to all car lines, and
places of amusement and la
tereiL Cafe and Grill at
tiched. Rates $ LOO per day
and up. Street can direct to
hotel from and to all depot,"
Saa Francisco, Cal.
An up todate r-v,rt for 0"ntVma.
Choice WlliiK. Liunor and l ira Glr
' . 1 ' . . -
us a call and we'll J) the rtt.'
0. E. HUNTER, Prop, Seai de, Ore.
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ltivtt l.M i,pn.hh!r iMMM.iaMa. I )mmantr.
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tmit lira. !!.( ...i.rf fl wurtnf m(m.
I'aionlf tlir..ul Itunn l, rtcalT
tprutl n.SiU, without In tb
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rulailmi i.( anf mmiiian lournal. l.ra.a, SIS
nr: 1'iiir nioiiUia, IL. SVldblall IMiaxlaalara.
MUNMMo.'"" New York
Uraucb Oltle, 4Ut9U WMblaaiua. U. C.
Is on Sale ta
J. W. GRIFFIN'S B0OKSIORE.
OTZINGER'S NEWS DEPOT,
OCCIDENT HOTEL OFFICE,
SCULLY'S CIGAR STORE,
JOS. JACOBS, CIGAR STORE,
THE ASTORIAN OFFICE,
Tenth and Commercial SU.
TKivS is ike
kind of a,
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" anw Cliuuina r
! any clipuma
book that hsi nuda )cm
ThlnR, Lauh or Cry
h priiM IU bs gtren for th b.t trko
tiona. Jm pile d siivar dollar, at huh
s th firat tn tuccetttul compeUtonaia
th tint aararH.
Th oni trrtiditloa for en?rfrt thli eon
pttltiun 1 tint ym mid with jmirclipt.ln
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to S National Maaamlaa. AdJiMa.
JOE CIIAPPLE, Editor
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