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ASTORIA. OREGON, WKUNKSDAV, JI NK 3, 1903.
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Served hy earner, per month 60e
Bent by mail, per year. In advance U 00
The Astorian guarantees to Its ad
1 Wtisers the largest circulation ot any
newspaper published on the Columbia
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THE ASTORIAX PUBLISHING CO..
PRESIDENT OX THE XEGUO.
' '-If a man is good euough to be
hot' at beside me, he is g-xw
enough for me to give him a
square deal in private life. More
than that I will give no man, and
less than that I will give no man."
This is the way President
Roosevelt defines his position on
the negro question, and his word:
re concise and definite. The
statement was-made in thanking
the negroes of Butte, Montana, for
a souvenir they had presented to
him. What the language lacks
in elegance it makes up in force.
The president is nothing if not
tactful and politic, as well as wise.
He suits his speeches to his hear
ers, whether they be college presi
cents or cowooys,ana seems w ao
it with unequalled skill. It is
.1 i i .
evident that in his triumphal
journey through Montana, where
he once roughed it years ago, he
was able to easily touch the pop
ular chord which put every citizen
in tune with the march of the
THE DIG FOUR."
Mitchell, Fulton, ' Williamson,
and Hermann! What more can
Oregon want in the way of repre
eentation? If things do not come
eome our way it will not be because
we have not been good to onrselves
in the matter of choosing able men
to consume tlte interests ot our
state at the national Capitol. If
the knockers will keep their hands
off, or possibly in spite of them,
this state should in the next ten
years enjoy very beiieficient results
from having their wise and efficient
leaders where they can do the most
good. In such matters as river
and1 harbor improvements, artifi
cial propagation of fish, forest pre
servation, irrigation and dozens of
dther important questions relating
to this state, and in all the great
affairs of ' other states and of the
country at large the influence of
the Oregon . legislators will be
potent. But able legislators alone
cannot make a good state. J t is
high time . a lot of Oregonians
MISS FAY LEE,
President of the ShaReapeariaa Club, Kansas City
" Your booklet came to my
home liits message ai health
when I had suffered with
headache, backache and bat-ing-downpauu.
nervous and hysterical and
had not consulted any doctor,
thinking it would pass away
in time, but instead I found
that the pains increased and
were more frequent. I de
cided to try Tine of C&rdul
and in a abort time wa much
improved. It teemed to act like a charm.
I kept up the treatment and the result
' wa most satisfactory, orda fail to ex
press oif frratirud for the suffering that
is now tared me- I am in fin health,
physically and mentally. I can only lay
'thank you', but there it tnucll mote in
my heart for you." , , ,
JTIEABING-ROWN pain are the
K I worst that women know. If
If I you are suffering from thi trou
ble vou need not be uncertain
about it. The pain in the abdomen
and back that feel aa if heavy weight
were pulling down on the nerve of the
stomach are 'bearing-down pain".
They may not be particularly severe at
present tot they are growing worse.
That headache which nearly drive yon
distracted &ow i caused by the terrible
WINE of CARD
IfuJ Vav Is.
I - . . J
woke im to the fact that if this
neck of the woods is to take her
rightful place in the front rank it
must be because of the sterling
qualities, the lively enterprise and
the manly and wotnaly 'virtues of
her citixeng'iia much asjby reason
of her great natural resources.
It may be interesting to some
who have slipped "in just a few
words'' of writing in a package of
paper or merchandise mailed'at tit
lower rates to their friends, that
the abuse has become so common
that postmasters have been in
structed to examine snch package's
and report, if writing is found, to
the department officials. The next
the senders know will be a visit
from the deputy 'United State
marshal! with a warrant for arrest,
and the result of having to pay a
tine of 25 and the cost of the
while onr .government strives
to protect our people from frauds
and fakes, Uncle Sam, by the act
of Congress, continues to perpet
rate the "free seed" fake upon
farmers. It is announced that this
year over $270,000 will be expend
ed in the free distribution of 40,
000,000 packages of vegetable and
Hie greatest need of any city is
civic pride on the part of its citi
zens. People who have pride in
their town willworkforits interests,
they will say a good word for it on
every possible occasion and they
will carefully and diligently labor
to core its every defect. It re
quires intelligent effort to success
fully build up a town.
Reports from southern China
where a famine is raging, say the
men are selling their wives and
children in order to obtain food.
It would be a fine thing if the
hungry women could sell their
husbands, but, perhaps, nooody
would buy them.
EFFECTS OF THE TORNADO.
People of Gainesville Begin to Realize
the Result of the Disaster.
Gainenvi!lc, Ga., June 2. The O00 in
habitant of this city have tonight just
begun to realize the extent of the ap
palling disaster of yesterday.
It now seems that the death list will
not be much short of 100, perhaps Home
what over that, with a considerable
number of dangerously wounded whose
chance for recovery cannot be calcu
lated. Following is a probable sum
niary of the efTects of the tornado In
Gainesville an dits suburbs;
One hundred killed; 660 wounded, of
which probably 20 will die; 800 home
less, their residence being wiped out
of existence: property loss of : about
VIENNA STORM SWEPT.
New Yrk June 2. A severe thunder
and hail storm lias swept over Vienna
ompletely spoiling the Whitsuntide
holiday, says a Herald dispatch from
that city. Lightning struck one of the
wings of Khenbrunn palace where the
emperor Is staying but did not caus;
nervous tension. The nerve
soon heein to crive way under
the strain. Yonperhaps jump
at any nnuiuat disturbance,
or laugh or weep, hysteri
cally, at no apparent cause.
That is what Mis Fay Lee,
603 North Seventh Street,
Kamas City, Kansas, was
coining to when she rescued
herself hytakine Wine of
Cardni. The Wine made
I her a strons, health y woman
again, as it ha made a million other
women strong and healthy." By induc
ing regular menstruation the entire
sy item is relieved of the terrible wasting
drains.' The ligament which hold the
womb in place are strengthened by a
healthy flow and that organ is returned
to it normal position. Be turning
health is the result. Thi is what
Wine of Cardui ha 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 symptom
freely, and a letter of advice will be
sent yon. Secure a 1 1 .00 bottle of Wine
of Cardui from your druggist to-day..
A million suffering women
have found relief in
Wine of Cardui.
sweat nor expands ; In jjict.
never give ny trouble of
any kind tuJ it used for all
classes of work. A rare
superior covering for brni,
factories, depot, canneries,
tanneries, hed and muting
The Paraffme Paint Co.
San Francisco, Sultlt,
Portland, Los AnjtU
WSJ ' -'ura,x
. NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION.
" " " '
To Whom It May Concern Notice ia
hereby given that the copartnership
heretofore existing between the under,
signed P. S. Kenney and C, A. Mix
thena, ia this day dissolved by mutual
consent. The business of the Star sa
loon will be continued by P. S. Kenney
who will pay ail debt owing by the
firm, and to whom all bills owing to the
firm must be paid. Dated this "3d day
of May. 1903.
P. S. KENNEY,
C, A. MATHENA.
Can t be In perfect health without
pure blood. Burdock Blood Bitters
make pure Wood. Tones and invlg
prates the whole system.
Time Curd ofTrains
Puget Sound Limited. 7: am :46 Dm
Kansas City-SL Lout
Special ....11:10 am 1:45 pro
North Coast Limited I:0 p m 7:00 a in
iacoma ana Seattle Night
Kxpreaa 11:46 pro .1:05 ym
Take Puget Sound Limited or North
Coast Limited for Gray's Harbor point
Take Puget Sound Limited for Olym
Take Puget Bound Limited or Kan
sas City-St. Louis Special for point
on South Bend branch.
Double daily train service on Gray
Four train dally between Portland.
Tacoma and Seattle.
The Scenic Line
TO THE EAST AND SOUTH. ,
Through Salt Lake City, Leadville,
Pueblo, Colorado Spring and
Offer the Choice of Three Route
Through the Famous Rocky Moun
tain Scenery, and Five Distinct
Routes East and South of Denver.
3 -FAST TRAINS DAILY-3
Ptween Ogden and Denver, Carrying
All Classes ef Modern Equipment.
p..rft THln Car Bervio and TW. ,
sonaUy Conducted Tourist Ex
curslons to Ail Points East.
STOP OVERS ALLOWED
On All Classes of Tickets.
Fcr information, or illustrated litera
ture call on or address
W. C. MsBRIDE, General Agent
124 Third St, Portland, Or.
NORTH COAST LIMITED. !
I only run by the Northern Pacific
between Portland and Minneapolis and
iLf 'UUMih B,,, '
Billings, Bismark and Fargo, Eight I
of these trains are on the run daily, I
rour east ana row west. kmso. aj
hu.IIhiIm .vain ... m.i ffaM
ard Pullman tourist sleeper, dining
car, day coaches, mall, express and
baggage car and the elegant observa
tion car. Each train Is brilliantly
lighted with over (00 lights and th
beautv of It all I you can travel just
s cheaply on this train a on any
other. All representative will be
glad to give you additional Informa
tlon. A. D. Charlton, Assistant Gen
eral Passena-er Agent, 255 Morrison St,
"SPECIAL ROUND TRIP RATES
Between June 4th and August 26th,
the Illinois Central will sell round trip
tickets from Oregon and Washington
point to Chicago Cairo, Memphis, and
New Orleans at Greatly reduced rate.
Ticket good for three months. Going
limit 10 days. Returning limit 10 day
after starting west. Stop over privl
llge either way, west of the Missouri
river. Sale date are arranged to be
convenient for delegate to convention
of National Educational association at
Boston; Elk at Baltimore; Woodmen
at Indianapoll; Eagle at New York;
Shrlner at Saratoga; Knight of Pyth
ias at Louisville' and Commercial Trav
elers at Indianapoll. You can take
your choice of 16 different route.
Write u. We will cheerfully give you
any detailed Information you want. B.
H.TRUMBULL, Commercial agent, 142
Third street, Portland Ore,
1 till tl mure, June J.WlllUim Andrew
a sailor whose tongue and tonsil w
recently removed at the olty hospital In
an ttiieratltQ for cancer, ran still talk
Even portion of the larynx wa clip
td off. A small hole wa left in the
throat Just above the larynx ao tht
th patient could breathe. While the
phytlclan were renewing the dressing,
the pnttaitt surprised them by peeking
indiatlnctly. He continue to talk whv
ever the dressing la removed but the
doctor say he will die within a year ov
Ins to th spread of theoani-erou af'
'Tlirot wife to be ft day without Or
Thomn' Eclee trie Oil In th house
Never ran tell what moment an wct'l
dent Is going to happen.
Only one remedy in the world that
will at once stop Itchiness of the skin In
any part of the body; Doan's ointment
At any drug etore, 50 cents.
Mothers lose their dread for "that
terribly second summer" when they
have Br. Fowler's Extract of Wild
Strawberry In the house.' Nature".
specific for bowel complaints of every
sort." . ' " ' -' - -. J'
FADE vtU'NG AGAIN.
"One of Or. King New Life PM
each night for two night haa put me
In my "teens" again wrl ea O. M. Tur
ner of Dempseytown, Pa. They're the
best In the world for liver, stomach and
bowel. Purely vegllttble. Neve
gilpe. Only J5 cent at Charlea Roger
J. A.Ouliedge. of Verbena. Ala,, was
twice In the hospital from a severe
cuse of Bile causing 24 tumor. After
doctors and all remedies fnlled.Hueklln
Arnica Salve quickly arretted furtht'
Inamatlon and cured him. It conquers
aches and kill pain. 25 cent at Chan
YOU CAN SAVE MONEY.
By taking advantage of the cheop
rates east offered by the North-western
line: Chicago and return JTt.50; 81
Paul and return 60. Ticket good 90
dav Stop-over allowed. Date of
l-June 4. 5. 24. 25. 26. 27. 29. 80
July 13 and 18 and August 25 and 2
Full Information by addressing H. L
Plsler. gonernl agent, 133 Third street
A STARTLING TEST.
To save a life Dr. T. G. Ferrltt, of
No. Mehoopany. Pa., made a startling
test resulting In a wonderful cure He
write "a patient was attacked with
violent hemorrhage, caused by ulcera
tion of the atomach. I had often, found
Electric Bitter excellent for acute
Stomach and liver trouble so I pre
scribed them, f The patient gained
from the first, and hu not had, an at
tack In 14 months," Electric Bitter
are positively guaranteed for Dypep
sla, conitlpatlon and kidney trouble
Try them. Only 50 cents at Charle
Roger's drug store.
A HCRE THING.
It is said that nothing Is sure except
death and taxes, but that is not alto,
gether true. Dr. King's new Dlscov.
ery for consumption 1 a sure rare for
all lung and throat troubles. Thous-
and can testify to that. Mr. C. H
I Van Metre of Sheperdtown, V. Va.,
say: "I had a severe ( ase of bronchitis
and for a year tried everything I heard
of, but got no relief. One bottle of Dr
King's New Discovery then cured me
absolutely." It is Infallible for croup,
whooping cough, grip, pneumonia and
consumption. Try H. It guaran
teed by Charle Roger, druggist. Trial
bottle free. Reg. also 50 cents, $1.
WORTH A THOUGHT.
Thi statement will Interest score of
The fact given be.ow are worth ,
perusal by all who are nnxlou about
their physical condition or are slmilar-
, sl,uatej t0 thlx resident of Portland.
It is a local occurence and can be thor.
oughly Investigated. '
R. Merldith, the well known brick
mason contracter and bnllder, of Port
land, who live at 561 21st street, says:
"Doun's Kidney Pill is one of the
best remedies I ever used and I cheer
fully recommend them to any one suf
fering with kidney trouble. I was
bothered for year vt h attack of
ney eflmpluint and no medicine gave
me permanent relief until I procured
Doan's Kidney Pill. I wa So well
pleased with them that when my wife
had a severe ;ittuck a short time ago
and could hardly get alwut to do her
work I had her take Doan's Kidney
Pill. . In two or three day they
strengthened her up in line ape. We
both endorse ' the claims made for
Doan's Kidney Pill and have nothing
but the highest term of praise for uch
a valuable remedy." . , ,
Plenty more proof like this from As
toria people. Call at the drug store of
Charle Roger and ask what hi cus
Sold for 50 ceut per box. Foster
Milburn Co.Jluffalo, N. Y. sole agts.
for the United States. For mle by all
dealers.' Remember the name and
take no other.
Scott's MMm Capsule
a rcsmvi CURE
it ttM tuair u4 tMww4
KMiMja. No sum so PJ
Vurw anttklf m rwqM.
acuity li truni mm at
UMtrrm. sm ,
no malt rf h leu Ufel.
It'ft. AtMU'Mol) awn),
IW4 tr dfUMM. rrlM
II . 00, or t? Mill, MStMt4
TtH URTAl-roSIK U,
Sold by Cha. Roger, 459 Contmrial
tret, Astoria, Oregon.
ASK TUB AGENT FOR
SPOKANE. ST. PAUL.. DULUTH,
eJdlN.NEAlVUS. CHICAGO AND
ALL POINTS EAST.
TWAIN M IJAIL.Y
New Equipment Throughout. Pala
and Tourist Slvetwr. Dining and
Duffel, Smoking Library Car.
Daylight Trip Through th Cascade
and Rocky Mountain,
For Full Particular, Rate. Folder.
Etc., Call on or Addres
J. W. PIIALON, II. DICKSON,
Trav. Pas. Aft. City Ticket Aft
123 Third Street, Portland.
(13 First Avenue. - Seattle. Wh,
A. B. C. DENN1STON. G. W. P. A.
AS THE CROW FLIES
the roomy retiring room coey corn.
partment and the many lltil con
venlenw eieclally arranged fot their
comfo. t n th
"THE TRAIN FOR COMFORT"
every night between Minneapolis, St.
Paul and Chicago via j
Before Martlng on a trip no "matter
where write for interesting informa
tion about comfortable traveling.
II. L. SISLER, General Agent,
133 Third Street, - Portland. Ore,
.O W. TEA9DALE. Oen. Pa. A:t..
St Paul, Mln.
Cough, and cold, down to the very
verge of consumption yield to the tooth
Ing, healing Influence of Dr. Wood'
Norway Pine Syrup. For sale by Cha
Rogers, drugglat. i
IIOBBKD THE aitAVE.! ,
A startling Incident is narrated by
John Olliver, of Philadelphia, us follows
I was In awful condition. My kin
wa almost yellow, eye sunken, tongue
oated, pain contlnuully In back and
side, no appetite, growing weaker day
by day. Three physician had given
me up. Then I wa advised to use
Electric Hitter; to my great Joy, the
first bottle mudeii decided Improve.
ment. I continued their use for three
week, and am now a well man. I
know Ihey robbed the grave of an
other vlctlm."N one should fall to try
thm. Only 60 cents, guaranteed at
C'has. Rogers' droit store.
- ' .J
. t i 9
When peonle are ..onImlnMni a
trip, whether on business or pleasure,
they naturally want the best irtf:..
obtainable as far a peed, comfort and
iBijr m ouncerneo. lumpioyn of the
WISCONSIN CENTRAL LIMBS
paid to serve the public and our train
are operated so a to make close con
nection with dlveralna- line .t all
junction point. r
Pullman Palace Sleeping and Chair
Car on through trains, 4
Dining car service unexcelled, Meal
served a la carte. i
In order to obtain the first-ola ser
vice, ask the ticket agent to ell you
a tlckef over,.. i
The Wisconsin Central lines
and you will make direct connections
at St. Paul for Chicago, Milwaukee and
all point Baet.. i"; : . . i
For any further information call on
any ticket agent ,or correspond with
jas. c. pond, on. Pa. Aan. ,
or JAS, .A. CLOCK. Jfilweukee, Wl.
Dr. Nellie Smith Vernon
N PlirSICtAN AND SURGEON.
' Offl phon Main 8441.
ItettiUnr phon Main 1443,
Office Over OrlfTtn'a Book Btor.
C. j. Trenchard
. . ...
ItMuranve, Commission and Shipping,
Agent Wills, Fargo and Paclfto
Expr Companlc. Custom
, House Broker,
Dt T. L. Ball
SSI Commercial strret, Astoria Or.
C, W. Barr Dentist
I Mansell Ilulldlng.
t'S Commercial treL Attorla, Or.
. TELEPHONE RED SOU,
RH0DA C HICKS
Manell Bldg, 171 Commercial 8L
Flmne Block 2W3 Astoria Or.
PRAEL & COOK
rRANSI ER COMPANY.
; Tilephoaa tU,
DRAYING AND EXPRESSING
All good (hipped to our ear
Will rclv special attrition.
No 138 Duan St. W. J, COOK. Mgr.
42 BOND T.
W ar thoroughly prepared (or
making tstlmate and zscuUng
order for all kind of electrical
Installing and Repairing
Supplls In tock. W sell th
celebrated 8IIELBT LAMP, Call
up PboM 110. .
H. W. CYRUS, . Mgr
And ire w Asp.'
Wtjl laer, llirbalti uhI lifMilatf
FlRTT-CUASS WORK AT ' ' v
Special Attention Qtvt to Ship a4,
HUamboat Kplrlng.Gnral Black-
mlthlng, FlrtCUa Hon,
CORNER TWEL1TH AND DUANI
Central Meat Market
642 COMMERCIAL 8Tl
Your order fat
FRESH AND SALT
Will b BmntDtlv and
, tlsltorlly suended 10
' a. W. MORTON, Pi.'
Telephoa Nit. Jtaij j - ;. p
A familiar name of th Chicago,
Milwaukee ft St. Paul Railway, known
all over th Union a th Oreat Railway
running in -pioneer Ltmited" tram
very day and night between St. Paul
and Chicago, and Omaha and Chicago.
The only perfect iratn la the world."
Understand: Conneottona ar mad
with all transcontinental linos, Mourtng
to passenger th Dent service known.
Luxurious coaches, elsotrlo light, steam
heat, or a variety equaled by no other
tine., f j ' J .. 1.'
Bee that your ticket read via "Th
Milwaukee" when going to any point
In th Uulted State or Canada. All
ticket agent act! them.
For rate, pamphlet or other Infor
J. W. CASEY, H. S. ROWE.
Trav. Pan. Agt.. " len. At
Portland, Or., Portland, Or.
Don't Guess at It
But If am aoMtg Ban, writ u
for our rates and let u tell you about
the servlo and accommodation offer
ed by the ILLINOIS t CENTRAL
RAILROAD. THROUGH TOURIST
Can via th ILLINOIS CENTRAL
from, PACIFIC COAST to Chicago and
?; ' I tfJrz-J ,'t. km
Clnolnnatl.f Don't fall to writ u
about you trip a 'w ar In a poI
tlon to give yon some valuable Infor
mation and t1ltB(W t ttli mile of
track over , which are :oerated some
of th finest train in the world.
For particular regarding freight or
oassenger rate call on or addre.
-. O. LINDSET, ,3B. IL TRUMBfflLL,
T. F. A a A. Com! Agt.
143 Third St.. 'Portland. Ore. ?
S. Feo, O. P. ft T. A., St. Paul, Minn,
tjL.iiiJJ-1 'a Jm?
IVm. Alwavrallalla l...U ..u u.u.
i4 -at HKHHSliHfB KN4iUHH
S i W'"JS'' 0l taiM. mM
Kj ut SIIMIHnln twll
M4 " (toller for l,alln, to biur, I,. r
S3SSitm on thU Tan. .re KrtSK t;
w. MtmMn.riuumtlZ Interlocking Clock fiysteta.
ASTORIA AND COLUMBIA
UtAVE P0RTUNU AKHIVI
m.rr ..-..... .. . . . .... . ...
03 m Portlaud tluon Itowit 1 11 to
JOfpss 'tr Asteria 4 wy Wss
iV" PurliMil anil TriTM"
mania . ' I IA.
Xniorl i rwuUw7TY imi
f !!, Kurt M own, I Kp m
eaOp.u ll.mmnml mid Aturl f I0 4A k a.
3 J5 m f gfwl'l !" wafr.tiu.il, 1 11 Mta
u KUtsI. liunmxnl rorl W m
m "' I.?- A'tar' 1 lW
Buaday anly. . .
All train mk clo connect ion at
Oobl with all Northern Pacific train
to nd from th ml and Hound
Mnt. J. C. MATO.
I 01 1 Freight and 11m. Agvnt
ItKUUCKD SUMMER EXCURSION
Tb Denver A Wo Grand popularly
known .the "Scenic Lint of th
World" ha announced greatly reduced
roundtrlp rate from PaclHe coast
point for th benefit of teacher who
will spend ihelr vacation In th at.
and of delegate to all th prominent
ronvtmtlona-M. 15, a., at Bocton; A,
O. V. W.i at St, Paul; B. P. O. B., t
Panllmor: Woodmen of America at In
dlanapoll. Ragle at New York; Myl
Ic Khrln at Saratoga Spring; K.
ef P, at Loulavllit, and T. P; A. at In
dlanapoll. Ticket at rducd ralx
will be bed upon on fr for th
round trip but will b old only on th
certain day. The ticket will carry
topovr privilege on the going trip,
giving passenger an opportunity to vl
It Salt Lak City, Gtenwood Spring.
Colorado Spring and Denver; and will
b good to return any tlm within
day. Passenger going via th Denvsr
4 Rio Grand ar given th privilege of
returning via a different rout. For
th rat to th point you wish to go,
and for date of sal and other parti
cular a well a for Illustrated pamph
let, writ W. C. McBRIDB. 0.nral
gsnt, 134 Third trt Portland Or.
ill w i
Halt Lak, Denver,
Ft Worth, dm,
ha, Kan City
8t Loul, Chkago
t J0 p.m.
Halt Lak, Denver,
Ft. Worth, Oma
ha, Kansas City,
St. Loul. Chi
cago and Bast
FaitMall kane, Minneapolis,
to p. m.
St. Paul, Duluth,
7:SS p. m,
Spokand cago and East.
70 hour from Portland to Chicago.
No chang of car. ,
OCEAN AND RIVER SCHEDULE.
All sailing date
subject to chang.
For San Francii
co every live daya
to Portland and
"? a. m.
4." a. m.,
Steamer Kahcotta leave A tor la on
tide dally except Sunday for Ilwaoo,
connecting then with train for Long
Beach, Tig) and North Beach point.
Returning arrives at Astoria am tv
nlng, .-.fn .-'.',-.-. ;
f. W. LOUNBBERRT, Agent
r,V:J iAtorla, , .
,- ) General Passenger Agent,
, J. , Portland, Oregon,
' , 0
Tht "Northwestern Llmltd" train,
electric lighted throughour, both Inald
and out, and (team heated,, are with,
out exception, th finest train la th
world. They mbdy th latest, newest
and bsst idea for comfort.
and luxury ver offered tb travelling
oubllo, and altogether ar th meat
complete and splendid production it th
car builders'! art.
The splendid Train
.The Great, Northern
; The Northero faclfic
, The Canadian Pacific
J (AT T, PAUL FOR
" CHICAGO1 and the BAST.
MJra chart- fo the tuparior
ttcommodatlon and all rlassw of tick-
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