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About The morning Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1899-1930 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 11, 1907)
FRIDAY, JANUARY 11, 1007.
THE MORNING ASTOltlAN. ASTORIA, OREGON.
Our large line of cut glass intended for the
Holiday trade has just arrived, being de
layed on account of the car shortage.
The celebrated H. C. Fry's, which took
Gold Medal at Lewis and ClarkFair.
Latest Designs. Special Prices.
A. V. ALLEN,
CROCKERY DEPARTMENT. fej
TOWN MADETO ORDER
Railroad Builds Model City for
Freight Yard Employes.
MEN CAN BUY OWN HOUSES
Saloons, Blacksmith Shops or Fac
tories Will Be Allowed Only Em
ployes Will Have Advantages
Given by Modern Methods.
HARRISBURG. Pa., Jan. lO.-To
make homes for the 1.200 men em
t'oyed in the Enola freight yards, the
Tennsylvania Railroad has built a
town to order. It has sprung up as If
In a night. Across the Susquehanna i
from this place, where nothing but j
tare hills could be seen a while ago,
tere are now a hundred dwellings, de
igned by the leading architects of the
country, a picturesque inn, trers. wide
paved streets, a school, electric lights,
water works everything a modern city
dweller could ask for.
Other Industrial towns like Pullman,
III., have grown up gradually. Enoia
has, almost literally, been built com
plete before It had a single resident.
When the Pennsylvania Railroad es
tablished its Enola freight yard in
connection with the new low grade
route from Pittsburg east, it was met
by the question: Where will the work
men UtT The town of Enola is an
mwtr to this question, which means
trat too much cannot be done in or
?er to secure the physical well-bing
'f P. R. R. employes.
Forty-four houses were begun at
the same time; then fifty-six more;
Do You Realize
That you need shoes for the rainy
season that has now made its ap
pearance. Just Arrived for
MEN, WOMEN AND CHILDREN
.FALL STYLES, SMART DESIGNS.
That please the eye, lend comfort to
the feet and give perfect durability.
THE BEST MADE
DR. A. REID'S CUSHIONED SHOES:
Feet don't ache or tire. .Investigate
the quality and be convinced
OUR SPECIALTY LINE
of Logger's Shoes Guarantees Satis
faction to the Wearer None Bettor
but Leader of All.
S. A. G1MRE
541 Boa4 8treet, Opposite Fischer Bros.
Always RememBer the Pull Name
Cur a Sold in One Day
Cur& rip ja Two Days
t,ow another half hundred have been
started. Eventually. It Is the idea that
every house with Its grounds will be
twned by the man who lives in It, and
i -body but Pennsylvania Railroad
m n can reside there. The houses are
t-eUl by the company on an "easy pay
ment" plan under which the purchaser
pays no profit or interest except his
yhare of the interest charge that the
company assumed to finance the un
dertaking. Saloons, blacksmith shops and noisy
factories are barred from Enola. There
must be at least twenty-five feet be
tween each house. The most expen
five residence! suburb in the country
Is not more carefully "restricted."
The school opened w ith eighty-seven
pupils and two teachers all the sons
rnd daughters of railroad men. The
Er.ola Inn was built for the train
crews who spend a night at this pclnt.
It Is a Y. M. C. A. headquarters as
well as a hotel.
BURNED BODY FOUND.
Italian Victim of Black Hand Society
Found in the Woods.
NEW YORK, Jan. 10. The body of
i man, burned beyond recognition
with kerosene, was found yesterday In
a patch of woods at Guttenbc-rg. N.
J. Therels little doubt that the man
was murdered and that he was an
Italian. It Is supposed he was the
"!ctlm of the so-called "Black Hand"
letters. Coroner Schlenn thinks that
the man was killed elsewhere and his
( crpse was taken to the spot where
it was found and there burned. Near
the body stood a can holding a little
kerosene and a wallet containing a
Hi tie change and a silver watc h and
cfain. A few feet away was the arm
if an overcoat, a charred cap anl an
i.V vest. The chief of a band of gyp
s'es looking for some strayed horses,
frund the body. The authorities are
Officer Holds Views Not popular
on the Pacific Coast.
COOUES TO DIG THE CANAL
Brlieves Chinese Would Not Work for
Wages Which Some Contend
They Ask But Fair and Equal
Treatment from Us.
NEW YORK. Jan. 10 - t.. II. o
Kelxlund, military secretary of t he le-imtuii-nt
of the oust and ehlof of st.uT
: nd adjutant goni'inl of the American
forces In the march of the ullles t
tte rescue of the legatloiieors besieKed
U lVkln by the Itoxor in l!HU, urged
the employment of I'hlnese labor in tlie
c i nstruction of the Panama canal
an address delivered yesterday before
the Military Service Institution on
Governor's Island. He also advocated
the repeal of laws which discriminate
: gainst the rblnese.
"We have heard and rea,l a great
rVttl," Colonel Helsland said, "of Chi
rese labor at nine cents an hour. I
can ussure you that the Chinaman l"
t,j more willing to work for nine rent
v hour than Is any other man. All h
wants Is a fair show and he will take
his chance In competition with 'he
rest of the world.
"Let him dig the canal, and If 1
t'ces nothing else, he will accomplish
lot. Wo have less to fear from t'lil-
m, with or without exclusion law,
than from Invspon-dtilo and ir pnie i
. led agitators among u. who nd- a. or
;o divide the American people In!
"When we evaluated China," lie con
tinued, "extremely cordial relations ex
isted between that country and our
f.wn, and I cannot now refrain from
expressing regret that a small amount
of peoplo unAtnerlcan In spirit and
feeling, but nevertheless American
hrough naturalization law s should
lave been able to undo the splendid
work accomplished during the rnllltar,'
"I believe In keeping out all nll-r.s
that are of the uml-sirabk class, but
i do not believ- that 'hino'-e to whom
r,o other objection can be raise, i sue
that of race, should be barred."
wlH no! visit the Pacific coast, but g"
: . far as Honolulu only.
WASHINGTON, Jan. lit.- Member"
' the California dce,;atlo , la dpi.
i uslmt the Intention of Japan to
; 'laudon the proposed trip of the
training snuudrou to lite I'acltlc coast
pressed the opinion that San lriiii
ilseo would luve extended a warm
m Iconic to ill fleet, Representative
Kuhn said that while the peopl of Die
Tactile t ine I are opposed t-i the vh
ale Importation of Japanese coo'leit,
l hey ivspcel the rights of the Japan-
s who are now here, and that the
training squadron would be as -afo In
San Cranclsoo Hay as In Its home port.
MINERS PAID OFF.
Sullivan Trust Company Closes Mines
Pending Straightening of Affairs.
SALT I.AKK, Jan. ID, A spool il
ftotu Goldtlold says the mliiers In the
i -nploy of the Sullivan Trust Company
nere paid otT today, fJT.onn being dlsl
f Ibutod, The mines will be closed nn
t'l the affairs of the company uie
Mralghtenod out. The liabilities of the
tcmpany are about $500,000 and the as
sets are said to be about $'.',000,000.
" othVer of the company atlrlbutes
(lie embarrassment to delayed malls,
which ordinarily brought In from $0,-
COO to $60,000 a day, Reorganlaatlon
of the hoard of directors Is now under
TASK BEYOND STRENGTH.
CHICAGO. Jan, 10. -Mrs. Edwin
Harry Smith, of Denver, died In th
I'nlon station yesterday. JiMt after be
ng removed from the train, In the
baggage oar of which were tor bus
baud's remains The aiduoiis and
k-.U fill duty of bringing the body half
nay across the cont'tvut Cm' II ttilitlit
I. burled In It iltlm.ire. their Inane
'vis too much for Mrs. Smith' i stii-m:lh
:."d In I'bli'.igo, sit.., t",, , mnl" I
PONCE STILL MISSING.
CASTOR I A
Tor Infants and Children.
The Kind Yea Haw Always Bought
Boars tho jFJJl.
I'Hb'.U;". Jan. l.-t. John A. TSais
lev. former atvirey g-neral of Idaho.
v.a marrie 1 h-r- tod.y to .Mi's Matil
da I at' r-v.n of ( 'im: .ir1o"-i. T'-ri's. Af-t-r
an -av'.ern trio -Mr. an! Mrs. IJag
I; ;. will tiiak" il.'-ir iioin- in Sal: Lake,
noth came frojn the same town in
WEAK, WEARY WOMEN.
rroTTU box. 25c
Learn the Cause of Daily Woes and
When the back a bos and throbs,
When the housework is torture.
When nifiht brings no rest nor sb-ep.
Wh-n urinary disorders set in,
Women's lot Is a weary one.
There is a way to escape these wort.
Doan's Kidney Pills cure such tils.
Mrs. Mary Dumgardner, of 424 Wa
ter street, Salem, Ore., says: "I have
found Doan's Kidney Pills a remedy
that Is worthy of all confidence, and
am pleased to endorse them, so that
other sufferers from kidney complaint
may know how to get relief. I pro
cured Doan's Kidney Pills and sev
eral members of our family have used
them with the most gratifying results.
I took them myself for a tired, ach
ing back and a dragging down feel
ing that comes from Irregular and
deranged kidneys. The results were
of the best. The aching and soreness
were banished and the kidneys were
rendered normal. My health became
better In every way."
Plenty more proof like this from As
toria people. Call at Chas. Rogers'
drug store and ask what his customers
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Mllburn Co., Buffalo, N.
T., sole agents for the United States.
Remember the name 'Doan's and
take no other.
CHICAGO, Jan. 10. Race feeling
between pupils of Copr-rnicus School
culminated today In an open fight be
tween white and negro children. A
number of pupils were injured.
The Fear is Becoming General That
the Steamer Is Lost. j
XRW VOr.K. Jan. !. 'J m- steam
.hip Ponce, which siib-d from rone,-,;
rvit-'o Rico, D-f"mh"f :,f,d was dm-la-re
January 1. I" h ill mi s'uk '
th- belief that th" '..-" d.-'ay was
due to sorr," ic-'ha!:!' il ."r.-Hent .
eiving way to the fear that she is 1 o.s. '
She has not been heard from Mm-o '
sbe was spoken by th" S.'a-n indoaii on
I;, cember 'JS. The in; -t 1 1 qui"! Iny
)"port that has teen In d in i" va ' a
mess-ngo today from Governor Win-I
lnop of I'orto lileo, -.siiiili says
'learner I'aiaea-i r.- ori - Ni;;b'llig :i
r relict. I'O fe"d l,ng n ir wh-re Hi"!
Sri-nandoiih saw tli I'o-ee. Tin- ! re
1't'H dirn"n:;ion -', hmo". or, do not
.'.uree wi'h the lon '', .'. '.. it are
wO SPICES, q
Itsolu i'y, Fine:; Fivr,
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MORE ARRESTS PROBABLE.
District Attorney Jerome of New YorV
Pushes Insurance Cases.
NKW YORK, Jan. 10. More arrests
may be made in connection with the
r.ffalrs of the New York Life Insur
ance Company, according to the an
nouncement made today by District
.Attorney Jerome. The announcement
was made that while the district at
torney was opposing the appeal of the
counsel for George W. Perkins, un
der Indictment In the New York Life
case, for permission to inspect the
entire minutes of the December grand
.t'jry, Jerome resisted the move of
Perkins counsel because the evidence
refers to a number of persons "who
heve not yet been arrested, but may be
subsequently arrest'il." Jeromen said
ve had no objection to Perkins see
ing Perkins' own testimony, but that
public policy demands that this evi
dence be not spread abroad.
"u 1 Cough, Etc.
in eoorh tynpt contalnlnf opiates eoottt
pat the bowels. Bee's Laxative Hosey n
Tax mores th bowels ana contains do opu (,
Sold at Knttik Hart's drug store.
WOULD RECEIVE WELCOME.
Act of Japanese Squadron in Avoiding
Pacific Coast Unnecessary.
TOKIO, Jan. 10. The. Japanese gov
ernment has decided on account of
f-.e nnti-.Tapai.cse agilation on the
Pacific coast, the; training squadron
fcA-A Jr. My. . lsl ., At,-,
tlMft Combine ::y-:
j Give Him Something to Smoke.
That's what ' lie" Will Appreciate most. J
To advertise our stamped linens we will
centerpieces likecot staind on pun linen
complete with floss to embroider.
Regular value 90c Special 50c
In orsV-rini bT mall send port office or es
press moner rde and mtnhm thti tapir
2 WASH. gT.,POKTLAHD Oil,
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l WILT M. W '
C. F. WISE, Prop.
Christinas Cigars and vSinokcrs ; ;
rcquiicincnts in Kircat variety. ;
Wc have the largest stock of ;
cigars in the city, and keep I
only the prominent brands and
high class goods.
Small Boxes of Cigars, 12 and 25 in the Box.
PIPES-Fine Mercschaums and Briars from
25c to $2000,
The Old Stove Man
Hat been hunting around for a year or mora to find Una of
aa good or battar than the kind ha sold hare twenty yaara ago (soma
of theee ar beginning to wear out). Ha thinks ha hae found the
Una. Ha will show thorn to you If you will call at the store of
W. C. LAWS (& CO.
Plumbsrs and 8tearm Fitters,
MAKES OLD THINGS NEW
Liquid Ur U n vimtU r I It will mnlte the
j whole interiorof ynurhotisrsliinc like new,
11 mat inc- re f! nwlii n t nr riv:irtiii1iitur ir.
vi f, . , ,
SI ly unnecessary. It is not a varnish, lut a
VI t a . a
surncc kxki mm cu ant-r, iiitiiiiitin tip the
original finish mid making it brighter than
ever. It in npi'lU'd with a piece of cheese
doth ami noexjeri(. !ice U necessary. No
drying to wait for. Removes nil w ratches,
.stains, dirt, dullness, it can In; npi'lied
to any fnii.,h with lK iuTtti.il results. Nat
ural wood, as wi ll as any color of jiaint, will
'TAtO KE ,t :i '' hclH.-tterfuraiia'plicationof IJipiid Veneer.
nuFFAia0- ' CIJBld Ucitffr will improve even the most
"""""'- leautiftd ftiniittire. It will take that smoky
look ft tun lib- I'i ut:n :nid oth-r Mahogany, and is highly U-nc"
tlcial to ( 1'iliii u 0.t';,Y.'hite Jvnaiuel.r.ilf, Silver antl other finishes.
Elquid Ucnccr : i '!., at 50 cents :t1-)ttU-, and a hottle is etioue,h to
renovate the ordinary home. Try il ami you will always buy it.
B. F. ALLEN 8 SON "i
Choice Wines, Liquor Merchants Lunch Prom
and Cigar, 11:30 a. m. to 1:30 p an.
Hot Lunch at all Hour, as Cent,
Corner Eleventh and Commercial
AST OBI A OREGON
J. Q. A. BOWLBY, Prealdant. eltANK PATTON, Cashier.
0. I. PETERSON, Vioe-Preildant. J. W. QARNEH, Aasiatant Caahlar.
Astoria Savings Bank
Capital raid In 1100,000, Surplus and Ondlylded ProdU ,000.
Transacts a Ocnerul BunklnK llUHlnna. Interest Paid on Time DnpoeiU
168 Tenth 8treet,
First National Bank of Astoria, Ore.