The morning Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1899-1930, September 27, 1906, Page 8, Image 8

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    THE MOKNING ASTORI AN, ASTORIA, OREGON.
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER ,7 ,w
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OLD DUTCH CLEANSER
CHASES DIRT
Makes Everything "Spick and Span."
Boraxo Soap Powder
For Toilet, Bath and Nursery, per Can, 25 Cents
SOLE AGENTS FOR BAKERS BARRINGTON STEEL CUT COFrES
A. V. AIJLEN
AT THE STAR THEATER.
The third performance of "The Side
walks of Xew York" at the Star last
evening drew an attendance that filled
this popular playhouse to capacity be
fore 8 o'clock, despite the fact that the
play was not scheduled to begin until
8:15.
The Swain company is beyond ques
tion the strongest dramatic aggrega
tion that has ever appeared in this city
and the attendance that has character
ised every performance testifies to the
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GIVES VERDICT FOR
PLAINTIFF
SEVENTY-FIVE NEW
CITIZENS
BIO GROUP Or PEOPLE CLOSE IN ON
THEIR PRIVILEGES OF NATUR
ALIZATION UNDER THE OLD LAW
NEW ACT EFFECTIVE TODAY,
JURY IN SUPREN ANT-TWILIGHT
CASE IN CIRCUIT COURT AWARDS
PLAIN TIF THE SUM OF $1,540.77-
OTHER MATTERS IN COURT.
Bert Frank, with the Mack Swain com
pany, now playing at the Star the
ter.
appreciation of Astoria's theater going
public.
Mr. Swain in the role of Horace
Greengage Dobbins is without doubt
one of the cleverest interpreters of bu
colic comedy that has ever appeared in
the Wet and has already installed
himself permanently in the hearts of
the pstrons of the Star.
Tonight, Barrie's masterpiece, "The
Little Minister, will undoubtedly draw
tremendous patronage as this is one of
the most beautiful and well known
plays that has ever appeared on the
Pacific coast.
Morning Astorian, 60 cents per month.
Delivered by carrier.
PROPOSALS.
The Circuit Court was thronged all
day yesterday with friends and others
interested in the outcome of the suit
entitled Mary M. Suprenant versus
Mary W. Twilight, administratrix, and
through the long hour of the day, the
concern of all was unabated.
The matter was submitted to the
jury at 4:30 o'clock in the afternoon,
and that body of citizens was out but
twenty minutes, when they returned
into court and handed up a verdict
awarding to plaintiff the full sura of
$1,540.77. as reasonable compensation
for the services alleged and proven to
have been performed by Mrs. Suprenant
in behalf of decedent Brown.
In the matter of James Zambarlin
versus Frank Mariana, et aL the court
handed down an order over-ruling the
demurrer of defendant heretofore ar
gued; and a further order was made in
that case, granting the defendants, the
Columbia River Packers' Association,
until Wednesday, Sept. 26, in which
to answer. Court then adjourned until
this morning.
LONDON NEWS AND GOSSIP.
(Continued from page 1)
itself was treated for a long time. The
hearty roughness which with Prince
Henry was received in America also is
something to be avoided by a sensitive
soul. The Kaiser's dignity, too, would
suffer sadly were he exposed to Amer
ican uncouthness, and altogether it is
felt in Berlin that it would be better
for President Roosevelt first to visit
Ormanv.
At midnight last night the operation
of the old laws in regard to the forma
naturalisation of foreign-horn citizens
of this country, expired, and all future
processes will lie had unler the prnvl
sions set up by the late and last Coo
gress.
To meet the emergencies and avoid
the additional waiting and trouble
incident to the more rigorous law now
in effect, there has been constant
string of applicants at the olllre of the
county clerk for the perfection of the
privilege of eitienhip by those most
nearly affected, seventy-five good men
and true, have taken the necessary
oathes. and paid the customary "V"
into the treasury, in this behalf, and the
judges, the clerk and the deputies, have
had their hands full day bv dav. Some
twenty sets of papers were made out
and delivered on Monday, another score
on Tuesday and thirty-five sets went
out yesterday, to the following named
people, to-wit: Bernhard LilHwik, Sam
son Kroger, Charles Siverson, Arne Walil
Olans Thorvik, Filing M. Rortvedt. Ed
ward' Engbretson, Eriek Dttbvik, Harvey
Movik, Lars Olscn, John Klinger, all
natives of Xorwav,
Victor Aulin, Henry W. Matton, Vic
tor Carlson. Victor Hcinon, Laur hihti,
Henri Tuohina, Olaf Palo, Matt. Han-
talla. Henry Johnson, Axel Jacobson,
William Matron, John Raitancn, Evert
I.iisannntti, and Aldrick Matt son, n
lives of Finland.
John Sumtytiist, William Btmm"f oi
Russia. ,
Carl C. Moberg, Carl J. Christiansen
Otto Xillson. Erie Nelson, natives
Sweden.
Henry Friedlander, of Germany; An
ton Kuljis, of Austria; John Cnpi. of
Greece; Anton Theodoseo. of Turkey.
Declarations of intention in the mat
ter of American citizenship have Wen
just as plentiful all during the week
and perhaps, numerically, more so, yes
terday's quota in this behalf showing
the following lit of names: Ole Stone,
Peter Wik, Karl Aase, Ingrall firotting,
of Norway; Henry Qauppi, John Hill
and Appo Koski, of Finland; Charles
and Alex Johnson, of Sweden.
MAYOR LANE'S BOMB.
Shows Portland Council That Southern
Pacific Hai No Title to Franchise.
PROPOSALS FOR PUBLIC WORK Of
fice Constructs Quartermaster, Ft. Co
lumbia, Wash, Sept. 12, 1906. Sealed
proposals, in triplicate, for extensions
to plank roads and walks at Fort Co
lumbia, Wash, will be received at this
office until 12 m., October 2, 1906, and
then opened. Information furnished on
application. Envelopes containing pro
posals should be endorsed "Proposals
for Public Work at Fort Columbia,
Wash.," and addressed to F. W. Phis
terer, Capt. Arty. Corps. Quartermaster
In charge construction, Fort Columbia,
Wash.
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S. A. G1MRE
543 Bond Street, Opposite Fischer Bros, were occupied in riding back to London
Never before has organized labor oc
eupied so strong a position in the po
litical world. Never before have the
workers framed their demands with so
fair a prospect of having at least some
of them granted. Labor boasts a mem
ber of the cabinet, fifty-two members
of the House of Commons, thirty of
whom are delegates to the labor con
gress at Liverpool. The government of
the day, though one section of the la
bor party regards Liberalism as outside
the pale, are showing themselves in
sympathy with the programme of the
congress. As testimony of labor's grow
ing influence in national legislation, the
Parliamentary committee was able to
report that a trades-dispute bill has
been molded in its committee stage to
meet the desires of the congress; that
funds have been voted to deal with the
problem of the unemployed; that
committee has been named to consider
the eight-hour bill; that the workmen's
compensation bill will shortly be intro
duced in Commons, and that various de
partments of the government have
shown a hearty desire to meet the just
claims, of organized labor. The con
gress may well be in good spirits and
full of hope for the future.
The army has taken up the rough
type of soldier on an extensive scale,
and great things have been expected of
the men' in showy uniforms dark-blue
shirt with chain-mail epaulets, breeches,
leggings, soft-felt hats and brillian yel
low handkerchiefs tied loosely around
the neck. A test of endurance between
two crack commands, however, dispelled
some of the confidence felt in the prow
ess of the "frontiersmen," as they are
called. !'A march from London to
Brighton and return was the task se
lected. They were expected to reach
Brighton early in the evening, but it
was past midnight before the first of
the troops arrived, by which time only
a small remnant of what had been a
large crowd remained to greet them.
The return journey was begun after
a two nouw rest, ana eleven nours
rather slow time for the rough-rider
style of "getting there," as it is done
in America. The distance covered was
fifty-four miles, and the result was
practically a dead heat between the
contestants, one troop of which repre
sented Queensland and the other Can
ada.
THEY ARE HERE.
Another big shipment of the San
Francisco earthquake books have just
arrived at the Astorian office and are
ready for subscribers. Come early and
avoid the rush.
In a Formal Session The Clatsop
county court met in adourned session
yesterday, Judge Trenchard presiding,
with Commissioner William Larsen In
attendance, Commissioner Matson being
unavoidably absent. Bids were opened
in behalf of the furnishing the county
with township plats for use in the as
sessor's office in the making up of the
realty rolls for assessment; they were
as follows: R C. F. Astbury, $8,500; O.
Wingate, $5,500; F. J. Nelson, of Ore
gon City, $2,050. The bid of the last
named was accepted by the court and
bis bonds in the premise fixed at $!,
000. The court appointed August Juhrs,
supervisor of road district No. 1, and
the clerk was ordered to notify F. O.
Main, former supervisor, to appear in
court and make settlement. He owes
the sum of $89 in this behalf.
PORTLAND. Sept, 8tl.-Mnyor Um
exploded a bomtahell at the meeting of
the City Council this afternoon by
during in a message that the Southern
Pacific) was Illegally holding its railway
franchise mi Fourth street; that it had
no right, whatever to the use of this
street and that the company should In
made to get off or obtain a franchise
in the maimer precrlled by the city
charter.
Mayor I-ane has been delving into
musty records and unearthing old
grants and franchise for weeks, and
he has been assisted In his work by able
legal talent. As a ivsult of this Inves
tigation, he discovered that the North-
em Pacific Terminal company did not
have any authority to hold possession
of a number of street In the Northern
1'acihV Terminal yards, with which "big
stick' he forced the manager of the
Terminal company to promise to deed
site for an engine-house to the city.
Had this promise not been forthcoming,
souad of policemen, armed with
sledge hammer and crowbar would
have been ordered to tear up the track
and warehouses which have been con
structed In the street In-longing to the
city.
Us declares that the Southern Pad II
ha do right whatever on Fourth street
and believe that the corporation can be
made to abandon its traffic at the will of
the council
The franchise out Fourth street was
granted to the Oregon Central Railroad
Company of Portland IVremlier 30, lsM.
There are no provisions whatever in the
ordinance permitting this franchise to b
ussigned to any other party, although
the Oregon A California Railway, which
is a branch system of the Southern Pa
cific, now own the rottd. It 1 claimed
by the mayor that a transfer of this
grunt by the original company without
consent of the city council of Portland,
is illegal and that ti ns the grunt
passed out of the hands uf the Oregon
Central Railway Company it became null
and void. In manv other respects, he
said, the provisions of the franchise hail
not been complied with.
HOME JOURNAL
$I.BO Oct. 1st, 1906
IF YOU INTEND TO SUBSCRIBE OR RENEW YOUR SUB
SCRIPTION TO THE LADIES' HOME JOURNAL, COM! IN AT
ONCE, BEFORE THE RAISE.
UNTIL to P. M SEPT. soTH, WE WILL ACCEPT SUBSCRIP
TIONS OR RENEWALS FOR ONE YEAR ONLY (TBI PUBLISH
ERS WILL NOT TAKE LONGER) AT li.es. OCTOBER FIRST
THE PRICE IS ADVANCED TO I1.30 PER YEAR. WE ARC STR
CIAL AGENTS FOR THE HOME JOURNAL AND GUARANTEE
THESE PRICES.
ON SALE ON THE COUNTER AT ijC THE COPY.
J. N. GRIFFIN
Books Stationery
Souvcnlcrs
PORTLAND, WIRE AND
IRON WORKS ft
USEFUL AND ORNAMENTAL WIRE awf
IRON WORK of ALL KINDS. 2M Flanders
8t, PORTLAND, OIL
Charter work The charter conimis
sion held a brief session nt the city
hall last evening, in which they re
viewed the work done to date, and made
plans for the closing up of other im
portant issues at the next regular
meeting. The absence of many mem
bers and other engagements precluded
any very definite work last night.
FINNISH MASSAGES.
Miss O'ga Landen, Room 9, Pythias
BIdg., Commercial St. Phone Black 2105
LEFT SWITCH OPEN.
Awful Results of Freight Trainmen's
Inattention to Duty.
DANVILLE, 111., Sept. 2fl.-Paenger
train No. 8 of the Wabash Jtnilrond
running from Kansas City to liulfalo,
N. Y., known as the Buffalo Mail, and
due in this city at 4:52 a. m., ran into
an open switch west of Catlin, III., early
today and crashed into a 'section of a
freight train. All the passenger cars
but one were turned over and burned.
Four are known to have been killed
and several others are missing. Thirty-
seven injured are being taken care of
at the local hospitals. ,
the latest reports show four killed.
wo missing and between thirty-five and
forty injured, when the fast passenger
on the Wabash dashed through an open
switch and crashed into a freight stand
ntr on the sidinir today. The cause
of the wreck as given by General Man
ager Miller was "caused by the crew o
the freight leaving the switch open.
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The Art of Fine Plumbing
progressed with the development of the science of
sanitation and we have kept
rsce with the imrroiremciMs.
Ilsrt youf Oris your bathroom one of
tin old fiuhkaod, Dnbea luxl f
If too are atCl mini the "closed in'
fixtures of ten jrcari ago, k would be well
to remove them and install In their itcn!,
snowy white batted" Porcelain Ensm
eled Ware, of which we have samples
diiplayed la our showroom. I-et ui quote
you prices. II! unrated cstalugue free.
I, A. Montgomery, Astoria
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ASTOIUA, OHIXON
IRON AND BRASS FOUNDERS LAND AND MARINE ENGINEERS j
l'p 10 1 i haw; Milt Usi bluer)! I run ; t attention iivm rclrwork
IHth nii(l'Frniikllii Ave,
Tel. Main 2401 i
Sherman Transfer Co.
I9ENEY SHERMAN, Manager
Hacks, Carriages Baggage Checked and Transferred Trucks ard Furniture
Wagons Pianos Moved, nosed and Shipped.
433 Commercial 5treet
Phone Main12)
WELL WORTH TRYING.
W. H. Brown, the popular pension at
torney of PIttsfleld, Vt., says: "Next to
pension, the best thing to Ret is
Dr. King's New Life Pills." He writes!
"They keep my family in splendid
health.' ' Quick cure for Headache, Con
stipation and Biliousness. 25c. Guaran
teed at Chas. Rogers' drug store.
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BAND CONTEST.
The person returning the largest num
ber fo Jose Vila cigar bands to the
undersigned by October 15th will receive
box of 25a. oee . Vilas free to the
next largest one box 124c. Jose Vilas.
Save the bands., Victor Miller, corner
Ninth and Bond streets. s-w-f.
RESIGNED HIS PASTORATE.
Then Reverses His Decision Because An
other Preacher Did the Same.
CHICAGO, Sept. 20. The determine
tion of "one south side minister to leave
his pastorate became known yesterday
His reason was the "city problem," the
changing character of neighborhoods
and the invasion of his parish by more
transient ami less church going popu
lation. At the same time another south
side minister who had decided to leave
reversed his decision and elected to
stay because he saw a vast work ahead
in Diirfvlnir the region of which his
church is the center.
The minister who announced his res
ignation is the Rev. Willard Ilrown
Thorp of South Congregational church,
Drexel boulevard and Fortieth street,
He has been a pastor there for seven
years. The preacher who altered his
decision to leave is the Rev. Johnston
Myers of Immanuel Baptist church,
Twenty-third street and Michigan ave
nue, chief of the Twenty-second street
"Levee." ne had been offered the posi
tion of general evangelist by the Bap
tist church of America.
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IL B. PARKER,
Proprietor
E. P. PARKER,
Manager
Ls:IiKLliiiifiif,lld
ijl. ' ?j?tiy k -
Good Sample Rooms on the Ground Floor
for Commercial Men
PARKER HOUSE
EUROPEAN PLAN
FIRST CLASS LV EVERY RESPECT
Free Coach to the House
Bar and Billiard Room
Good Check Restaurant
ASTORIA, OREGON
KILLED ELDER BROTHER.
Then Hides Under Dead Boy's Bed and
Remains in Remorse.
CHICAGO, Sept. 2(1. Angered because
his brother Henry, two years his sen
ior, refused to share a penny's worth
of candy with him, Fred Fonter, aged
four, hurled a large stone at the for
men, striking him m the right temple
and indicting injuries' from which the
child died Inst niuht.
l'icd crawled under the bed in which
his dead brother lay ns soon as he
saw the result of hi uct, ami up to a
late hour Inst night neither the child's
parents nor his sisters and brothers had
succeeded in inducing him to come out
fimi his hilling phice.
FAMOUS HORSE DEAD.
NEW YORK, Sept. 2(i.-Announce-
ment was made today of the death of
La Tosca, a famous racing mare, at
General Sanford's Hurricane farm
Amsterdam, N. Y. La Tosca was the
dam of such good racing horses si
Chiictaminda, Caughnawoga and Mo
hawk II.
BODY IS RECOVERED.
WICHITA, Kans., Sept. 26.-A ipW
to the Eagle from Hennesey, Oklahotnai
says the partially decomposed body d
a mail clerk by the name of Gamel, of
Fort Worth, Texas, who was killed 1
the Rock Island wreck, was recovered
at noon today, a mile and a half below
the bridge where the aocidcnt occurred.
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bo
Boars the
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