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THE MORNING ASTORIAN. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 22. IW2
THERE iS 110 SUBSTITUTE
Hospital Will Probably Be Founded
. b For Benefit or Little
NEW TOR If, Nov. 21. A selection
of crippled children In preparation for
the visit of Dr. Adolph Lorens has dis
closed the fact that there probably are
in New York City more than 23.000
vhtldren suffering , from hip disease
which are likely to make them crip
pies for life unless they are properly
According to the doctors who have
been selecting candidates for the clin
ic to be held by the Vienna surgeon
the majority of these children need
hosoitol treatment, an dtbis is impos
sible to give, as there 's no hospital
where they zaa be received. The
same ratio of case is said to exist
through the state and A movement has
been inaugurated for the establishment
of a hospital to which he legislature
will be asked to contribute $100,000.
WILL BE PERMANENT.
Change In Conduct of Democratic Con
WASHINGTON, No. 21. The dem
ocratic congressional lommittee is to
he made a permanent Institution, mem
bers of the committee believing the na
tural life of the campaign for con
gress Is not long enough in which to
educate the people to democratic doc
trines and arouse their enthusiasm to
an extent which would result in suc
cess. BEQUEST TO CATHOLIC FAITH
NEW YORK, Nov. 21. In the will
of ex-Congressman Felix Campbell of
Brooklyn, disposing of the estate esti
mated at $7,000,000, a bequest is made
to Bishop McDonnell of $70,000 for a
building fund of the Roman Catholic
cathedral in Brooklyn. The bulk of
the estate Is devised to the testator's
wife and four daughters.
WACO, Tex., Nov. 21. Indictments
which hve been pending in the crim
inal court for many years against J.
D. Rockefeller, Harry H. Flagler and
MISS FAY LEE,
f resident of th ShaKespearlan Club, Kansas City.
'Your booklet came to nr
borne like a menage of healt
when I iui suffered with
headache, hctrrhf anrlrw
Inj-down pains. I was weak,
nervous and hysterical and
had cot consulted any doctor,
thinking it would pa away
in time, but instead I found
that the pain increased and
were more frequent. I de
cided to try Vine of Cardut
and in a short time was much
improved. It teemed to act like a charm.
I kept up the treatment and the result
was most satisfactory. Word fail to ex-
rm my gratitude for the suffering that
now saved me- I am in fine health,
physically and mentally. I can only say
nhank you', but there much more in
my heart for you."
rjriEARING-DOWN paina art the
I R worst that women know. If
U you are suffering from this trou
ble you need not be uncertain
about it. The pains in the abdomen
and back that feel as if heavy weight
were pulling down on the nerre of the
stomach are "bearing-down paint .
They may not be particularly severe at
present out they are growing worse.
TW kMulah which nearly drive you
distracted now it caused by the terrible
WINE of CARD
other members of the Standard Oil com
oany charging them with violations of
the anti-trust law of Texas were to
day dismissed. All efforts to serve
warrants have been futile through the
refusal of the governors of New York
and Florida to honor requisitions.
His Stay In City of Quakers Will Be
PHILADELPHIA Nor. 21.- Presi
dent Roosevelt will be the guest of
honor at two celebrations in this city
tomorrow. He will attend the dedi
cation exercises of the Central high
school for hoys during the day and in
the evening will participate in the ob
servance of the founding of 'the Un
WALLA WALL MAN DEAD
WALLA WALLA. Nov. 21-William
Pavne Sturgis, aged 84 years, a promi
nent man for jnany years In the rais
ing of sheep in eastern Oregon und
Washington, died today. .
HOT TIME IN BUENOS AVRES
BUENOS AYRES. Nov, 21. A gen
eral strike has broken out here. Riots
have taken place in which many per
sons have been injured.
OUR GUNBOATS BUILT IN JAPAN
The United States government has or
dered six gunboats to be built in Jap
an for coast protection in the Philip
pines. The receipt of an order of this
kind is the best evidence of the won
derful progress made by the Jaianese
In the last half century. The best evi
rlenee of the progress made by Hostet
er's Stomach P.itters during that time
is found in the unequalled record of
cures back of it. Hundreds of people
Including many prominent physicians,
have volunturily testified that the bit
ters cured them of stomach, liver and
kidnc-y complaints when other medl-
tines had failed. You will therefore
make no mistake in trying it for heart
burn, nausea, readache, indigestion,
dyspepsia, constipation or billlousness.
One bottle will convince you of Its
nervous tension. The nerves
soon betri n to ci ve way under
the strain. Yonperhap jump
at any unusual disturbance,
or laugh or weep, hysteri
cally, at so apparent cause.
That it what ill Far Lee,
603, North Seventh Street,
Kansas City, Kansas, wat
coming to when the rescued
herself by taking Wine of
Cardui. The Wine made
her a Btrontr, healthy woman
again, a it has made a million other-
women strong and healthy. By induc
ing regular menstruation the entire
system it relieved of the terrible wasting
drains. The ligaments which hold the
womb in place are strengthened by a
healthy HowsjhI that organ it returned
to it normal position. Returning
health is the result. This it what
Wine of Cardui hat done for thousands
of the best women in America.
If you need advice write The Ladies'
Advisory Department, The Chatta
nooga Medicine Company, Chattanooga,
Tenn., describing all your symptoms
freely, and a letter of advice will be
gent you. Secure a 1 .00 bottle of Wine
of Cardui from your druggist to-day.
A million suffering women
have found relief in
Wine of Cardui.
TRAIN ROBBKKS BY THE
DOZKN WOSK TOtJKTHEU
Men Wer All Masked .vul Suewedcd.
in Escaping With An Unknown
Quantity of Booty,
DAVKNPORT. la.. Nov. 21. -The
wwtlwund paweng-r ami express train
on the Rock Island was hold up by 13
masked robbers soon niter midnight
thr mu. west of Dtvn.pon. The
rubers uneoimle-l the exoress car and
ran It two mil' further west to the
Gale siding where th? mife was blown
open with dynamite.
The train which was robbed was the
fast train that "un furnish to Fort
Worth via. St. Josph and Kansas
Ten men of the local police depart
ment have hurried to the s.eae. It Is
not Known hov much booty the rob
bers secured. The thlves were suc
cessful In removing the contents of the
Sdfe (mm the express rar. No per
son was Injured. The train usually
carried a hirga amount of money.
Guston sells feed, grain and hay.
Sweet cream for sale. Hoe Hers.
You will And the best 15c meal In the
city at the Rising Sun Restaurant.
New stock of fancy goods Just ar
rived at Yokohama Bazaar. Call and
see the latist novelties from Japan.
Plumbing, tinning, gas and steam
fitting at lowest rates and in work
manlike manner. Orders promptly ex
ecuted. Shop, No. 4:3, Bond street
JOHN A. MONTOOMERT.
The Oriole Go Basket la a handsome
and light go-cart which can be easily
folded and tarried on the arm, can be
carried in travelling with child in it
and uajd as a high (hair at table, can
be conveniently carried on cars. Must
be seen to be appreciated. Prices S3
to 110. Chas. Heilborn ft Bon are sole
BIO REDUCTION SALE.
Mrs. R. Ingleton will inaugurate a
sweeping reduction sale of ladles and
children's hats, to continue for SO days.
Remember that every EO-cent purchase
gives you a chance for an elegant UOO
Concomly tribe No. 7, Imp. 0. R. M.,
wilt give a grand masquerade ball at
Foard 4 Stokes hall on Thanksgiv
ing eve, November 28, at which nine
beautiful prizes will be given. The
best of music has been arranged for
and a good time Is assured all who
attend. The prizes are on exhibition
at Herman Wise's clothing store. A
costumer from Portland will be here
with a full line of suits for the oc
casion. Tlcktts can be purchased from
any of the members. Admission:
Gentleman maskers, Jl; lady maskers,
50 tents; spectators, 60 cents; children,
A Sweet Stomach
comes only by having a perfect
acting liver and good digestion
both can easily be had by using
Bold EroTwtxre-In bom 10c snd 9S.
Central Meat Market
642 COMMERCIAL ST.
Vour ordera for
FRESH AND SALT
Will be promptly and
ttisfacCorlly stteoded to
3. W. MORTON, Prop.
Telephone No. 321.
421 BOND ST.
We are thoroughly prepared for
making estimates and executing
orders for all kinds of electrical
Installing and Repairing
Supplies In s'.ock. We sell the
celebrated 8HELBT LAMP. Call
up Phone 1161.
H W. CYRUS. - Mr
Df . T. L. Ball
E24 Commercial Street
caused mora deaths in New
York City in 1901 than were
occasioned bv Smallpox,
Typhoid Fever. Malarial Fever.
and Scarlet Fever combined.
I h MUtUai IMC insurance
! Comrany of New (Yorlc Will
HOt IttSUrC those who haVC
apoplectic Symptoms. Thl8
sugyestshe advisability of in-
0Ur llf whlle 10 S00tl
Th Awml Tk Mutual life Intuitu Cof
( Now Yw atJ ny u lid lutun
Mpanv U Cki,tM. l hyartor
It ku ptli Mlty-liIii
kick b mtn tkiu m kr III laturuc xuapuf
Ik wttkt K tuk.imd
A yunj Bu.uibitHuAf wm tkouw
W,Im tot "Wkm IktU I lMir.1"
The Mutual Lirt Insurance
CoMf any or New York
Ricbau A. MtCvssv, rniKtu,
VAN DITSEN A CO, Resident Agent.
Sherwood Olllespy. Manager, Seattle,
C. M. Waterman, State Manager,
New Goods, Winter Samples, Per
fect Work. Prices Reasonable
and Work Done With Dispatch.
4S2 Commercial St.,
i o.NCO.MLY TK1BE,
Improved Order of Kedmen
NOVKMKEIt 20. lOOS
Foard &Stokes' Hall
Maskers TlckeU II
"The Biggest Sensation Everywhere."
St'n'sfoM A pparut iih
The smallest stereMcope with the
strongest optical effect. Highly fin
ished In dlf rent colors with rich gold
and silver decorations (mountings-.
In:ludlng 20 V. F. Photographs. Views
of art (genre) Price only 11. Sunt
everywhere prepaid In letter form.
Llliput Stercsccpe Company
FORREST BLDG.. Philadelphia.
! t. J. irenchard
Insurance Commission and Shipping.
Agent Wells Fargo and Pa
cific Express Companies. Cus
tom Rouse Broker.
Th4 "Northwestern Uml'-id" trains,
electric lighted throughout, both inside
and out, and steam heated, are with
out exception, the finest trains la the
world. They embedy the latest, l ewest
and bat ideas for comfort, convenience
and luxury ever offered the travelling
nubile, and altogether are the meat
complete and splendid production of th
car builders' art.
These splendid Trains
The Great Northern
The Northern Pacific and
The Canadian Pacific
AT ST. PAUL FOR
CHICAGO and the EAST.
No extra charge tor these superior
acommodatlons and all classes of tick
ets are available ior passage cr. the
trains on this line are protect! by tat
Interlocking P.lock System.
W. H. MBAI, H. I SI8LER,
. General Agent. Traveling Agt.
Don't Guess at It
But if ou are govny Cast write us
for our rates and let us tell you about
the service and accommodations offer
ed by the ILLINOIS CENTRAL
RAILROAD. THROUGH TOURIST
Ca.rs via the ILLINOIS CENTRAL
from PACIFIC COAST to Chicago and
Cincinnati. Don't fail to writs as
about your trip as we are In a post
tion to give yon some valuable Infor
mation and assistance; 6319 miles of
track over which ar operated some
of th finest trains In the world.
For particulars regarding freight or
passenger rates call on or address.
. C LIKD8EY, B. H. TRUMBBLL,
T. F. ft R. A. Com! Agt.
141 Third St. Portland. Ore,
Fancy and Staple Groceries
FLOUR, FEED, PROVISIONS.
TOBACCO AND CIGARS
Sti'ilios of all kinds at lowest rutc, for fiflhnnu'i),
Fanners mid Ifti'im.
As Ve ALLEN Tenth and Commercial Streets
FROM $2 UPWARDS
Cook stoves, Uangt'8 und ovcrytliiiiK in
the stovo lino nt absolutely tlio lowest
prices in Astoria.
H. H. ZAPF, - - - The House Furnisher H
We are prepared to malt thtaa oa
short notice and of the best materials.
Let us give you estimates oa any kioA
of castings or pattern work. Lowait
prices for first-class work.
TELEPHONE NO. 2461.
WILLAMETTE 7 UNIVERSITY
.1. II. ( OI.KM.W, I'resl.lont,. Sulem, Ore.
College of Liberal Arts, Law, Art, Medi
cine, Music, Oratory, Theology, Business
PREPARATORY DEPARTMENT open to students completing eighth
gra le departmentlower grade In pre punitory department. Ilceldos afford
ing professional training, the University seeks to give a :horough pioctlcal
education to all who are aware of the value of a train. d brain.
TUB NORMAL DEPARTMENT offers a thorough course in the theory
nnd practice of teaching. Meets all renulrementa of state school law. It
teachers are In constant demand. CO'aJalogu upon application.
OLD KENTUCKY HOME
CLUB 0. P. S. WHISKEY
American Favorite Whiskey
BLUMAUER & HOCH
Vliol(Niilt l,liiir iiimI t'l;ar Di'iilcrs
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Cutbirth's Creosote Shingle Stains
The Most Ihirnble, Preservative, uii'l
Hiiiidwime Ntiiiiis on tin' Mnrkrt.
Nottiint; keeps out tke Heather like nliingtiK n llie unl'n. N'llhinf
prcoerves uml beatltitles sliiniflcs like ('iitliirth's ctniim.
Cutbirth also makes tin host COl'l'LIt PAINT for the liolloin uf nil
imtknt whiting kino
The most Important Improvement
of the age In the art of pen
manship makes the poorest writ
er it splendid penman In a few
wecl(r) by the use of this ring. En
dors..'.l by prominent college presidents
and boards of education In Europe
and America. Sample dozen assorted
slsos sent post paid for $1, single
sample 25c. When ordering a single
rlntf state whether for man, womaa
PENN MFG. SUPPLY CO.
Ill S. FOURTH BT., Phlladcrpbta.
C. F. WI8, Frpr.
Astoria's prlnelsal resort.
Fine liquors and cigars.
The MUG SALOON
P. K. PETERSON, Prop.
Finest Wines and Liquors.
Corner Astor and Ninth.
G. ttl, Baff, Dentist
571 Commercial St., Astoria, Ors.
TELEPHONE RED KtL
Cowing & Cowing
Oregon City. Oregon.
Oflce-Room 4, U. S. Land Offlc Bldg.
Prsitlv In all tk coarts of the
State. United States Land Offlse Btral
a.ss a Specialty.
Scow Bay Iron 6
Our. IStli and Visnkllu rnvr.
NOTICE OF FINAL ACCiil'NT.
Notice Is hereby given lo all whom
It may concern that t lie uiiileiHlKivil U'i
administrator of Hie setnte of l,uw
rence C. Hansen, deceased, tins filed In
the county court of the stute of Oii'K"i
for Clatsop co'inty, his final account un
siiih ariniinUtratlor and the same him
been set for settlement and lieutinii
objection thereto on Monday, the firm
dny of December, 1902, at tho hour of
10 o'clock In the forenoon.
Doted this 22nd day of October, 1!I0.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
United States Land Office, Oregon
City, Oregon, September 22, 1902.
Notice Is hereby given that In com
pliance with the provisions of the act
of Congress of June 8, 1878, entitled
"An act for the aaln of timber lands In
the states of California, Oregon, Ne
vada and Washington Territory," a.
extended to all the Public Land States
by act of August 4, 1892,
of Olney, county of Clatsop, state of
Oregon, has this day filed In this office
her sworn statement No. 6004, for the
purchase of the NW M of section No,
10, In township No. 6 N, range No. f W
and will offer proof to show that the
land sought la more valuable for Its
timber or stone than for agricultural
nurnoses, nnd to establish her claim
to raid land before the Register and
Receiver this of office at OregonJCityOre
gon, on Saturday, the 13th day of De
Hlie names as witnesses:
Gcorre McFarland of Olney, Oregon;
M'clmel Leahey of Olney, Oregon;
James Leahey of Olney, Oregon;
Michael Povcreux of Olney, Oregon.
Any and all persons claiming ad
versely the above-described lands are
requested to die tkelr claims In this of
fice on or before said 18th day of De-
CM AS. B. MOOR 83,
Foley's Kidney Cure
makes kidneys and bladder tc&.
NOTICK VOll Pl'HLICATION.
(inllct Hiatus lmt Office, Ongos
City, Oregon, H'-l'tembrr . ItW.
Notice Is hereby given that In crm
pllnnce with the provisions of lite art
of Congress of June S, 1H7I, entitKa
"An m l for Ihe enln of tlmlwr land la
the siiiles of California, Oregon, Nr.
vuilit and Wellington Territory." as
extended to all the Public loml Plntes
by uct of August 4, JHSi.
JOII AN BANDBTROal,
of ClAlsknnln, county of Columbia.
Ktnte of (reon, has this day flled is
this iiftU'fl his swora slntemcnl Ne.
5D08 for the purchiuie of ih NKU ef
m t mm No. M. ta township NO. 7 Aorttl
r:ito No. west, mid will oltr pruef
to tOtow thnt the land anuaht I more
vtiluubl for Its Umber or alone tbaa
for ngiliMiMuinl purHM, unit to e
tnbllfh Ms cUlin lo enld bind before
lln rritlhler 11 ml revolver of I Ins of
flcn nt OreKiiii City. Oregon, on Friday,
the lllth day of lleeemlxT, 1W,
II iwmM its wltnenes: Tlinma R.
Ii,we. I'hnrle Ivernr. Frank HW
well, Clinrles Hall, nil of Astoria. Ore.
Any mnt nil H-ron rlitlmlng i
verwtlv the nbove ileeihlhed Inmls nre
leiiuesleil to flle their rlslnts wllh
reniffir nnd receiver of this nftVe ea
or In-fore the sold If'th day of tierem
ber. IW CUAfl II. M'MlnKIM.
NOT1CR OF INTKNTION l) WITH
PtlAW INBt'ltANCIS DRIH1H1T. BY
TUB IMI'BltlAL INBUUANC4
T WHOM IT MAT OONCMN-
In act'ordnncr with the rvqulrneals
of the laws of the (Mate of Orest'S,
relative to Insurance companies, nolle
la hereby given that the Imperta) la
amniii e Company, Limited, of Unities,
Kngland, ib siring to eease doing bue
IneeN althln the Htate of Ores on, rs
tends to withdraw Its deposit with th
trrasurer of auld state and will, if a
elalm ugiilntit said company shall fee
filed with the limumnca Commissioner
within tlx months from the second day
of Hi-elfiiiber, 19i:, the some being th
dine of the first pobllratlon of litis no
tice, wlihitrnw Its deposit from Ih
IMPERIAL INTRNCB CO. LTD.
lly VM. J. I.ANIiKIIH, Manager,
ll.ile.l nt Him Krnmlmo this 1st day
of Septeml-er. lo:.
NOTICK FOR PUBLICATION.
United Statea Land Office, Oregon City,
Oregon, Kept. 10. INI.
Notl.-e la hereby given that In com
pliance with the provisions of th act
uf Congress of Junes, 1171. entitled,
"An act for th sal of timber lands la
the States of California Oregon, Ne
vada and Washington Territory," as
extended toall th public land State
by act of August 4, lift
WILLIAM C LEE.
of Rainier, County of Columbia, Stat
nf Oregon, baa this day filed In this
offlc bl sworn statement No. tut, tor
th purchase of th Ntt of BH. of -Hon
6, township I, rang west, Wil
lamette meridian, and will cfir proof
to show that th land sought la mcr
valuable for Ha timber or (on than
for agricultural purposes, and to
tnMlsh hi claim to said land before
the register and reelver of this of
fli. at Oregon City, Oregon, en Bat
unlay the Ith day of December, IMC.
He nan es as wltna: A. L, Ran
bnrn. Jnhn fngsn, William Best, Frel
Wealherwatt. all of Rainier. Oregoa.
Anv and all persons claiming in
versely the abov described lands ar
requested to HI thetr claims In this
offllre on or before said 8th day of !
CHAP. B. MOOrtfcS.
f 1MI-2I. Re!.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
United flutes Ijind Office, Oregon City,
or.mon, Sept. 10, 1W1.
Notice I hereby given that In tom-pllum-e
with the provisions of the ai l
of Cong-' of JuneJ, 191. entitled,
"An act for the sale of timber lands In
the States of California Oregon, Ne
vada and Washington Territory,' as
extended tooll th puMIc land stmts
by act of Auxuat 4, UV1.
of Rainier, County of Columbia, Slate
of Oregon, has this day riled In this
cilllce his sworn statement No. MM. trr
the purchase of lot t, section 6, town
eliln S mirth, rage 9 west, Bnd rout
half of southeast qilftrterand north
west quarter of southeast quarter if
section No. 32. townihlp north, rang.
I west, and will offer proof to show that
the land sought Is more valuable tor
lis timber or stone than fr agricul
tural purposes, nnd to establish bis
claim to said land before the r-trlsler
and receiver of this oftVe nt Oregos
City, Ore., on Saturday, the 8th dav
of 1 XT em ber, ICOi.
He name as witnesses: William C.
Ijp, A. L. Sanborn, Fred Wcatherwat.
John Lniran, nil of Rainier, Oregon.
nv and nil persons claiming ed
vciselv the nbove-descrlbi-d lanls afe
requested to fill their claim I" this
office on or before the snl.l th day
CJHS. B. MOOT. "J",
9-19 -It -1. Resl-t.r.
NOTICK Full Vni'.li'ATI'N.
Untied Slates Uni t "AV e. On gen
city, (Hilton, October 1. 1W
Notice is her. by given that in im-plli-nie
wll.i 'he orovtslmis of the t
of eonifiixi if .Illll' 3. 'Hi", Hillllid
"An net for the sale of timber lands
In the states of California, Orgn,
Nevada ami Washington Territory,"
as extended- to nil the public Ibr-d
state by net of August 4, Wl,
of Rainier, county of Columbia, Male
of Oregon, has this dity filed in this
office her sworn statement NO. tW,
for the purchflse, of the nnrtweet
quarter of section No. 27 In township
No. 8 north, range No. 9 west, and will
ofh-r proof to show that the land
sought Is more valuable for Us tim
ber or stone than for ngrleulturul pur
poses and 'o establlHh her claim te
mii Id lnnd before tthe register and re
clver ut this Bflke at Oregon C;ty,
O egnn, on Friday, the 2d day of Jn
i! ry, 1M3.
(the names as witnesses: Win, le,
of Hnlaler, Ore.; Frnnk Kvuiihoii, of
.toiln, Ore.; Simon Kospar of llay
gcr, Ore.; Axel Htocfeenbuig, of May
Any and all persons claiming ni- '
versely the above-described lands ar
requested to file their claims In this
office on or before said 2d day of Jan
nary, 1903. ,
CHAfl, B. MOOItlfl,