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THE MORNING ASTORIAN, ASTORIA, OREGON.
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 7, igofl,
OLD DITCH CLEANSER
Makes Everything "Spick and Span."
Boraxo Soap Powder
t For Toilet, Bath and Nursery, per Can, 25 Cents
SOLE AGENTS FOR BAKERS BARRINGTON STEEL CUT COFFEE
A. V. ALXJBN
Suspicion Without Proof Warrants
WIFE'S PAST VERY UNSAVORY
Officials Posset Information That Wo
man's Previous Husband Was Mar
dertd and by Her Brother,
tb house by force. In Ue fight Bra
shear, it is claimed, drew a gun ami
killed the husband. When he was In
jail awaiting trial, Mr. Snyder calked
to see him and there met Perry and
Snyder who occupied the same cell ad
joining that of Brashear,
CUBA IT'S OWN BOSS
Only a Semblance of Autonomous
CUPID WRONG AGAIN.
NEW YORK, Oct. .-Cabl advices
from Berlin published here today re
port that the Grand Duke of Hesse,
who was divorced from Princess Vic
toria of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha in 1901
is contemplating a divorce from his
second wife, Princess Eleonore of
Solms-Sohensolms-Lkh, whom he mar
ried in October, 1905.
results from chronlo constipation, which
is quickly cured by Dr. King's New Lift
Pills. They remove all poisonous germs
from the system and infuse new life
and vigor; cures sour stomach, nausia,
headache, dizziness and colic, without
gripping or discomfort. 25c. Outran
teed by Cbas. Rogers' drug store.
HILLSBORO. Or. Oct. 6. The woof
of circumstantial evidence tending to
show that Carey D. Snyder, Mrs. Sny
der, George Perry and Brashear were
all together in the plot to rob the For
est Grove bank, and that the two lat
ter, after committing the deed alone,
murdered Snyder to silence his tongue,
grown stronger as investigations by
the Washington county authorities
proceed. Efforts are now being made
to get a statement from Mrs. Snyder,
as the authorities are convinced that
she can, if she will, tell the whole
story and dear up the mystery sur
rounding the affair.
Evidence has been secured by the of
fleers to the effect that Brashear, who-
is alleged to have been Perry's part
ner In the bank robbery, is a brother
of Mrs. Snyder, and that he was in the
Kansas City prison on a charge of
murdering her first husband at the time
she met Snyder and Perry through her
visits to the jail to see Brashear. Bra
shear was cleared of - the - murder
charge on the ground that he killed
his man in , se!f -defense. The story
placed in the hands of the authorities
is that Mrs. Snyder and her first hus- i
band had domestic trouble that re
sulted in an open breach and ex
pulsion from their home. With her
brother she went to the house after
her belongings and her husband, it is
said, attempted to drive them from 543 Bond Street, Opposite Fischer Bros.
Cuban Constitution Officially Claimed to
Provide for Intervention Under
Circumstances at Present
WASHINGTON. M. ((.-Governor
and Mrs. Migon, General Boll, Mrs.
Taft and Mrs. Bacon left Washington
today fop Havana.
Governor Magoon will exercise in
Cuba all power originally vested In
General Wood when he ruled Cut's. He
will be subject only to the orders of
President Roosevelt and Secretary laft.
Cuba will have but a semblance of au
tonomous, government. The United
States minister will remain at Havana
and the Cuban consuls wilt remain at
their posts. It is officially stated that
there has been no violation of the Cu
ban constitution a that document con
tains a provision for intervention un
der just such circumstances at those
at present existing, consequently it
U said that Cuba ia still governed by
HAVANA. Oct. 6. The disarmament
of the rebels cannot be suece4fuly com
pleted until the volunteers organised by
the Cuban government are dilan(le.l.
iiiont in this "cunt 17. But with. Cuba
the situation i very different. The
Cubans are "patriots" and or brother
livnrmt. During nmiijr years they
drew their munitions of war from this
country to employ against the Spanish
government. Wt went to war with
friendly power to "free" them, H
true the civilised world look to us
preserve order In Cuba, but It w
scarcely countenance the method em
ployed hi the Philippine. '
BUY PAGE BUILDING
" AT $70,000
SYNDICATE CLOSED FOR THE
CHOICE BUSINESS SITE ON COM
MERCIAL STREET YESTERDAY
UNDER A CORPORATION.
A lutiicatea in these columns on
Thurday morning Inst the fins and
conspicuous property In this city known
at the Page building at the corner of
Twelfth and Commercial streets has
been sold at the option figure then
quoted, $70,000, to syndlct composed
of E. Z. Ferguscn, Dr, J. A, Fulton
Charles R. Higglns, G. W. Warren and
F. L. Warren. These gentlemen will In
corporate their Interests and the prop
erty will pat to the company thus
organized and duly managed for the
The fart that Judge Charles H. Page
is going to the east to reside perma
nently, U at the bI of the sale of
this fine property, and It Is wnceded
that th purchaser have acquired 1
paying property at a very fair price
Most of the tenant on the property
That Is the position taken by various ftr occupying their holding under long
rebel commander wno are strongly in
clined to remain under arms until the
volunteer organization disappear. This
is the only important element now re
tarding the otherwise fairly rapid dis
persal of the relicl forces. The dispo
sition of the provisional government i
yield to the demand. The voltin-
teera would have been mustered out
term lease, and at commensurate rent
als. and It Is expected the investment
will net It new owners ten per cent
above the tax and Insurance charge
The property U known officially a lot
ft, 7, 8 and,9. in block 01f McChire'
' The deal jt consmnated I one of
the largest closed in the city for some
before this, but for the necessity of tim. Bd t. , . I,rw,rtlar of cv
- I - s -
having some force In addition to the tn mor(, 0f a)mMt e,,m Importance,
police until the arrival of Federal troopt wj,,.h are wl y,t t,Ht4 rra)r ff,r'tl,e
S. A. G1MRE
For Your JEWELRY WANTS
GO TO ASTORIA'S NEW BUT
MOST RELIABLE JEWELER.
A complete line of new stock just arrived including
Watches, Clocks, Umbrellas, Opera Glasses
and Souvenir Spoons of Astoria.
FINE WATCH KEPAIK1NG A SPECIALTY.
FranK J. Donnerbers, 110 Eleventh St.
BEGINNING FEB. 15, 1906
je Hi IF
to iniard the towns. It is related.
however, that in many sections the
presence of volunteer act aa an irri
tant to the urrendering rebel. The
conduct of the volunteers towards their i
publicity these column afford,
which will I announced at the
liest powible moment.
1- 1 . 1 n . . ;
laie opponent ii nwi own in tl wnjui , DONE BY DEED
exemplary, una wain seeing mom nru- isS44S4
esary is tne presence of a lores
United States soldiers or marines for
every town. Opinion of ex-President
Palma, on account of his
invitation to the United States to In-'
tervene are now developing into de- j
nunciations. Editorials printed in the j
afternoon papers vary from guardedly i
expressed suspicions from organ pre
viously most friendly to Pahna to vio
lent execration)) by opposing Journals
These paper do not hesitate to pro
nounce Palma and Ofarnlrs conduct as
traitorous. The first contingent
W. E. Painter to J. Llwlenlwrger
inc., warranty, lt 4. 5. ft, and
7. block .1 in Mntier' Add. to
G. C, Hartley to Andrew Hansen
warranty lot 2, block Z?, New-Astoria
Notice our blj corner window
Monday, If you're a lover of fun,
H will interest you. J. N. Griffin.
TheflackSwain Theater Co.
P. GEVURTZ, Manager
presenting tonight the beautiful society comedy
Popular Prices; 15c, 25c and 35c
BOX OFFICE OPEN 7:45; CDRTAINGOES UP AT l:is SHARP.
i Notice A meeting of the stockhold
I er of the Scandinavian Benevolent So
ciety in hereby called and shall be held
at the ball of said society In the City
Of :of Astoria, Oregon, on the 0th day of
United-State troop, arrived late to-i ucwuw. ln nour 01 '!JU
night on the transport Sumner. They coc V- " f" th PurP0M '
will be taken to Camp Columbia tomor- "wiring dissolution of such corpor-
' , -.,11: t ft . . , ir.
posing o an its real and personal prop
erty, and the retiring and cancellation
of all its capital stock.
I-UDVIO LARSEX, President.
JOHN NORDSTROM, Rec. Secy.
The Art of Fine Plumbing
has progressed with the development of the science of
saniisiioo and we. hve Irpt
pace wiih the; Imrrovements.
Have too t Or Is your bathroom one of
the oU faihlaoed, ochealthy kind I
If yoo tn tl using the "closed In"
fixtures of ten yean ago, It would be welt
to remov them and Install In their itesd,
inowy while 'iWasT Porcelain Enti
tled Wre, of which we hsve, sample
diiplsyed lo our showroom. Ict ui quote
you price. Illustrated cstslogue free.
If A. Montgomery, Astoria.
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(Continued from page 1)
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For detailed information, rates, etc., call on or address
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work falls on the navy which will sup
ply the marines and sailor necessary
to police the cities in case their safety
is threatened trV inenrirectioinist or
inir an patriots. But should the Cu- familv for cut, sore and all skli in
bans eventually become ugly, a problem 1 juries, and find it perfect." Quickest
almost as grave as that of the Philip- j P'l cure known. Best healing salve
pines will confront our authorities. The ' mftde- 25c Rorl' dr"K tom
Cubans are adepts at guerilla warfare
and managed to keep several hundred
thousand Spanish soldier busy for
year. While it is unlikely that any
large force would take the field against
American arms, much apprehension is
felt a sto the possibility of ' unrest
among those' tvho have found fighting
a profitablo employment for years.
There are thusandg of Cubans who have
made revolution a trade and have found
it easier to live off the country while
in rebellion than to work. They were
almost constantly in arms against
Spain for many years and levied tribute
and blackmail on the sugar and tobac
co plantations. They have just com
pleted a successful revolution against
their own government. It may not be
easy, therefore, to quiet these restless
spirits. Were the conditions similar to
thePhilippines the task confronting
our military authorities would be much
easier, In those islands insurrection
ists are called "ladrones" and "banditti"
and are wiped out. Many of them tore
avage and little attention is paid
to loss of life amongst them. The
thousands of miles separating the isl
ands from our shores also enables the
work of pacification to proceed without
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I'p-lol at aw; J! HI Mm hlneryj Irompt altemiotfrlven tl. rejah- work
18th and Franklin Ave, , Tel. Main 2
Sherman Transler Co.
, rJENUY SHERMAN, Manager
Hack, CanlagBaggg Cheeked and Transferred Trucks ard Furniture
Wagons Pianos Moved, Boxed and Shipped.
433 Commercial Street phone MalnJ121
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Cood Sample Koome on the Ground Floor
for Commercial Men
FIRST CLASS IN EVERY RESPECT
Free Coach to the House
Bar and Billiard Room
Good Check Restaurant
USEFUL AND ORNAMENTAL WIRE and
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