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THE MORNING ASTORIAN, ASTORIA, OKEC.ON.
SUNDAY, JANUARY 20, 1907.
A QUICK LUNCH
Why spend a couple of hours preparing your noonday
lunch? we carry a lare line of ready
Little Neck Clams, Canned Crabs, Chicken Tomalcs
Spanish, Asparagus Tips, Etc.,
which can be prepared in a very few minutes.
Phone 3S71 and 711 Main.
Sale Agents for Baker' i B.irrington Hall Steel Cut Coffee.
WRECK ON BIG FOUR
Collission Between Passenger
and Freight Kills Many.
ELEVEN BURNED TO DEATH
TO BREAK BLOCKADE
British Boat Crusader Crush
Passage trom Portland.
HEAVY LOAD AIDS ATTEMPT
Wreckage Catches Fire from Engine
Private Car of Vice President of
Road Used to Transport the
Wounded Many Missing.
FOWLER, Ind., Jan. 19. Sixteen
persons were crushed or burned to
'Jeath early today In a collision be
tween the Cleveland. Cincinnati. Chi
cago & St. Louis railroad passenger I as ,h Qu.-en City Special and carries
hurt. Tho passenger was running at
the rate of fifty miles an hour. The
train was destroyed liy tire, except the
private ear of Mrs. C. K. Schaff, wife
of the vice president of the railroad,
and one sleeper. Seven dead have
been Identified. Kleven victims were
burned to death in a combination
coach. With but oi;e exception every
member of tho passenger train crew
perished. The passenger train In a
heavy Cog ran by a telegraphic block
signal. This afternoon only enough
fragment were recovered from thei
burned wreckage lo make eight bodies
and it is probable that the exact num- j
ber of victims will never ba known.
CHICAGO, Jan. IS. A telephone
message from La Fayette, Ind., early
today reports a serious wreck on the
Big Four Railroad at Fowler, Ind.
Passenger No. 3$. east bound collid
ed with a freight train at that station
and It Is reported that a number of
persons were kllleJ.
Train No. 3S left Chicago at 11 ; 30
last night and was due at Fowler, Ind.,
the scene of the reported wreck about
I; 30 this morning. The train Is known
train which left Chicago last night,
and a freight. Ten were seriously In
jured and several more were slightly
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They are the Greatest of
In single and double soles, warm and
strong, protecting the feet and health
at the same time. These shoes have
that soft, velvety feeling, and have
that peculiar action making walking a
pleasure. They are gratifying to the
most sensitive feet.
Our Specialty Line
of Loggers Shoes
guarantee satisfaction to the wearer. ,
No better but a leader of all. ;
S. A. G1MRE !
543 Bond St., opposite Fisher Bros.
a bi1ojit1vi0 ro aanA Aa nanYi frnm f H I "
cago to Cincinnati an da sleeping car
from Chicago to Indianapolis. No in
formation as to the wreck could be ob
tained here up to four A. M.
A later telephone message from La
Soon after the wreck occured the
wreckage took Are from the engine and
for this reason several bodies may not
be accounted for. if they are In the
burning wreckage. The crews of both
engines are missing and their bodies
are supposed to be under the wreck
age. All the available physician have
been summoned. Fowler Is 23 miles
west of La Fayette.
The private car of Vice President of
C. E. Schaff of the Big Four Railroad
was attached to the rear of the train.
It was not damaged and the Injured
persons were placed on board to be
taken to Kankankee 111.
The firt car behind the baggage car
was a combination coach and It was
torn to splinters. One passenger re
ports that there were from twelve to
fifteen other passengers In this coach.
He believes they were all killed. The I
fireman was crushed to death.
Columbia Still at Warrior Rock Ara-
gonia Has Reached St. Helen's
Roanoke Still Fast, But Pas-
sengcrs Are on America.
PORTLANO. Jan. I;t. --The lirplsh
steamship Crusader, completing a car
go cf lumber at Portland for the Far
Kasl, Is to h. n blockade runner. That
Is, she will become one If the Ice Jam
at Warrior Hock Is not out of the river
by Monday, when she will be ready
to leave down for the set. Th"
steamer will have on hoard S.Jon noo
feet of lumber. Captain Milhuru Is
confident that the steamer cm cut a
path through tho ice gorges. At any
rate, he Intends to make the attempt.
Heavily laden with lumber. It Is ar
gued that It will be a comparatively
easy matter for the steamer to strike
tho Ice does with sufficient rone to
set them adrift and open up the chan
nel. This can probably be done more
easily by u steamer going down stream
than by coming up the river.
The Oriental liner Aragonla, the
It'anoki). and the Columbia tire still
unable to proceed up the liver. He
ports front down there this morni' g
state the Columbia Is held tlrmly us
ever In the big Jam at Warrior Rvk.
The Aragonla reached St. Helen's last
evening, but it was decided not to
make any effort to bring her through
the seas of Ice. The Roaicke's pas
senger arrive! at Portland yester
day nn the steamer Ameilca. an 1 sh'1
will remain Idle until the thaw clears
out the passage, or the Crusader per
forms that task.
the rental Km of last two name. I of com
ing reductions. In dividend disburse
ments und diversion of earnings Into!
the needed lie! tciiiienl s, The unpro. !
(liable ivsulls of the underwriting of!
the American Tel. 'phone and Kilo Coo -
veitlble bond Issues served to dlscour-:
ago conildcmv In Ihe ability of the:
markets to absorb prospective trusts,
Signs of Abatement Have
Shown in Chicago,
CHICAGO, Jan. IS.--An emergency
Appropriation of $l:..0"0 that may be
used at once, without walling for ac
tion by Ihe Chicago City Council, was
made by the lluance committee yes
terday ti eiiablo the city health de
partment to combat ihe lOinparn! Ive
pldeiulc of contagions diseases.
No dlmuiiltlon In the number of Old
cagoans stricken dining the last 21
hours could be observed by Commis
sioner Whaloti. to whom were report
ed seventy cases of scarlet fever and
75 of diphtheria. The only action
taken upon the school question was In
the form of an order for the disinfec
tion of 34 schools. It Is tepoited that!
eleven schools iilready hive been fumigated.
We have just finished putting in a NKW
DKrAUTMKNT for Sheet Music. Just to
the right ns you enter. We have just re
ceived over one hundred New Titles direct
from the publishers. Many ciin he seen in
our show windows. . Conic in nnd have a
look. Music is easy to look over and you
can take your time.
ij E. A. Higgins Co.,
:u ( i i:ssoits to .1. v iuhtin
BooUh Music Stationery
A, IIOWUIY, President.
I'KTKKSON, Vice President
fUANK 1'ATTON, Cashier.
J. W. OA UN Kit, Ai.l.Unt Cashier.
TEA FOR TROOPERS.
Astoria Savings Bank
t'l'iuil I'nlil In liuviue. Hiirplu ami l)iullldnd I'mnu .'A,ou
lrun.nel.mielirrul line kill llll.lllm. Inlrrr.1 1'nUt mi 1 llliti leH;i
RETAINS OLD OFFICERS.
DISTURBED THE CONGREGATION.
The person who disturbed the con
gregation last Sunday by continually
coughing Is requested to buy a bottle
of Foley's Honey and Tar. T. F. Lau-
rin, Owl Drug Store.
The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been
in use for over 30 years, has borne tho signature of
and has been made under his per
gonal supervision since its infancy.
Allow no one to deceive you in this.
All Counterfeits, Imitations and "Just-as-good "are but
Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of
Infants and Children Experience against Experiment.
What is CASTORIA
Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare,
gorily Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It
contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic
substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms
and allays Fevcrishness. It cures Diarrhoea and "Wind
Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation
and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the
Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep.
The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend.
GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
Bears the Signature of
The Kind You Have Always Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years.
THE CCNTAU COMPANY, TT MURRAY TBI IT, NCWVORK CITY.
National Convention of Wool Growers
Elect But One Nsw Man.
rvAi. i i.AKr;, Jan. 19. The conven
tion of the National Wool dowers'
Association, In session here for the
past three days, adjourned tonight, af
ter electing their old officers, but one
exception, and Delecting; Helena as tho
next convention city. Senator F. S
Warren was re-.), .!.! president, and
by similar action Dr. J, M. Wilson,
of Douglas, Wyo., Western vie,, pres
Ident. t olone! George Tru'sdae, of
Washington. D. '., was elected Kast -
ern vice president. G. S. Walker was
reappointed Secretary and A. J. Knol-
1 in. of Chicago, treasurer. The exc
utive committee consists of: Arizona,
K. S. Vosney: ( 'alifonJa, II. if. Jas-
pro; Colorado, .1. It. Hiwley; Hale,
F. W. Gooding. Michigan, O. Wool;
Washington, ('. K. Lm-kwood; Mon
tana, William Lindsay; .Nelirnska,
Rob-rt Taylor: Hawaii, A. !. Willie;
Nevada. M. L. liradiy! New Mexico,
S. Newman; nlilo, A. A. Rates; fire
s' n, J. T. Smyth; Utah, Hcber A.
Smith; Wyoming, K, J. Pell.
The (invention adopted a resolution
su(,'e.s:lng arnendmeMs to the 1,111 In
troduced tl the Senate by Senator
P.urkett, au' horizlng the President to
establish grazing distric ts In the pub
lic domain. The. convention regards
this as an usurpation of state author
ity and would have the authority given
to the president in the. bill divided
between the President and the state
Eeatiy to Carry and Prepare and
Most Healthy of Beverages.
WASHINGTON, Jan. !!.- Tea will j
replace coffee In army subsistence If,
the recommendation of Colonel Val-
lety ilavard, assistant surgeon goner- j
al of the 'nited States army, l j
adopted. This Is the result of Ills ob-
servatlen while, w ith the Russian army j
In Manchuria. It Is In practice In thej
Kngllsh, Russian and Japanese armies.
Tea Is superior to coffee, because It is
easier to transport, easier to prepare, j
and can he drunk without any ills- ,
ligrceaMe after errects.
The House today, after passing a
number of Mils, under unanimous con
sent took up the- bills on tho calendar
and adjourned until tomorrow (Sun
day) when memorial address will lie
nvailu "it the late Senator Rate, of
ii. n. rAiiKicn.
First Class In Every Rtipoot
Free Coach to the House.
IUi and Illlllard Room.
Qood Check Restaurant.
I 3 i
OIL FOR COAST.
Signs of Abatement Have
Shown in Chicago.
CHICAGO, Jan. If.--An emergency
appropriation of $1 ",.000 that may be
used at '.rice, without, wai'intr for ac
tion by the Chicago city council, was
made by the flnanc-o committee yes
terday to enable the city health de
partment, to combat the corn pa rat Ive
epidemic of contagious dlse.'isen.
No diminution In the number of
No dirnunltion in the number of
Chk-agoans stricken dining the last
24 hours could be observed by Com
missioner Whalen, to whom were re
ported seventy cases of scarlet fever,
and 75 of diphtheria. The only action
taken upon the school rpjentlon was
In the form of an order for tho disin
fection of 34 schools. It Is reported
that eleven schools already have been
New Ships Mark Epoch in Petroleum
Carrying Trade of Pacific.
SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. I9.-An
epoch In the l carrying trade on the
Pacific Coast was marked yesterday
by the arrival of tho sleamer W. S.
Porter and the tug Navigator. The
Porter will curry crude petroleum from
the Coallnga and Santa Maria oil fields
unci will supply the cities on the coat
and Hawaii. She has a gros 1, image
of r,0H0 and 12 cargo tanks holding fifi.
000 barrels, s of 3u h. p. and equipped
with two cargo o'l pumps of a capacity
of T"0() barrels an hour. The Naviga
tor will be employed towing oil barges
for the Associated nil Company to all
ports on the I'aclllc i 'oast and to the
Hawaiian island'1. She Is Ibe fastest
and ben eciilppe, low boa t on the pa-eltle.
Oood Hamplo Rooms on Ground Floor
for Commercial Men.
SCOW BAY IRON & BRASS WORKS
IRON AND BRASS FOUNDERS LAND AND MARINE ENGINEERS
l'p-to-1 at Haw Mill Marliinrr)
lKtlt and I'rank lin Ave.
I rciiipl httrnlMiiiVlM ii trjnlr ork
ARRANGE CUBAN TREATY.
C. F. WISE, Prop.
Choice Wines, Liquors Merchant! Lunch From
and CI gi rs 11:30 a. m. to 1:30 p ja.
Hot Lunch at all Houn S3 CenU
Corner Eleventh and Commercial
has be,.n forme. I
ranging to adopt ;
Ii g negotiations
III. A new party
her., whl' h Is ar
1 platform 'lemaii'l
wl'h the fulled
States for a treaty of friendship, com
merce and political tr'iity guarantee
ing freedom to ' 'uba and also guar
anteeing that revolutions will be Impossible.
For sale by Frank Hart.
If you have no friends or money,
In tho river you can fall;
Marriages are quite common nnd,
More people there will be,
Provided you tako Rocky Mount vn
"Plneulcs" (non-alcoholic) made
from resin fro mour Pine Forests,
used for hundreds of years for Ulad
der and Kidney dlacasee. Medicine
for thirty (Jays, J1.00. Guaranteed.
Sold by Frank Hart'u Drug Btore.
WHAT IS IT YOU NEED?
Your house wired? Your door
bell fixed? or your telephone
UP-TO-DATE ELECTRICIANS. No. 222 TWELFTH 8TREET,
Response to Relaxation of Strin
gency of Money Market.
NEW YORK, Jan. 19. Stocks have
been depressed by the consideration of
the requirement of new capital and
no response has occured to the mater
ial relaxation of the stringency of the
money market. The topic of capital
requirements has been kept before the
public by the utterances of presidents
Hill of tho Great Northern, Thomas of
the Lehigh Valley and Flnley of the
Southern, Inferences being drawn from
Our Doors Are Open
We are anticipating your patronage and
will appreciate it.
We will do business on the basis of
"A Dollar in Value for a Dollar in Cash"
We offer nothing but the best and genuine
Liquors and Wines
Our reputation going with the goods as they are sold.
Drop in and look over the stock we are handling.
We dispose of our wares only in bulk, bottle and
package. A wholesale line on wholesale terms.
American - Importing - Co.
Successors to Foard & Stokes, 589 Commercial Street, Phone Main 1883.