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ASTORIA. OREGON, WEDNESDAY, AUG LSI
Europe As Whole Short In All
THE QUALITY IS EXCELLENT
MAINE SURPASSES THE OUTPUT OF fOR
MER SEASONS MIDDLE WEST
Boston, August IS. A report of the
world's apple crop for 1903, has Just
been issued by the Boston Chamber
of Commerce. It show Great Britain
Bhort of ill fruitr, notably apple. Eu
rope Is generally short of apples, but
with a heavy crop of Valencia oranges
and Almeria grapes.
- New England, In the aggregate will
have a very large crop, Maine's almost
equalling that of last year. New York
state reports plenty of apples, the mid
dle west only fair; the far west very
heavy, Virginia arid West Virginia a
very large crop and Nova Scotia ex
ceptionally heavy. Canada also promts
ea quite a heavy yield.
MILES FOR GOVERNOR"
RETIRED GENERAL PROPOSED AS CHIEF
. EXECUTIVE FOR HIS NATIVE STATE
Boston, Mass., Aug. IS. The Globe,
a democratic paper, will say tomorrow
that General Kelson A. Miles, who is
a natlveof this state, has been suggest
ed by some politicians in the party as
a possible nominee for governor of Mass
-achusetta on the democratic ticket.
Should he be chosen governor, it is
claimed he will be a logical candidate
Cutro Imprison Foreigners
Port of Spain, Trinidad. Aug. 18.
Authentic information was received
this morning announcing the Imprison
ment of French, German and Italian
merchants at Cludad-Bolivar, Vene
zuela, for refueig " President Castro's
demand for the payment of taxes al
ready paid the defacto government for
the period of occupation of Ciudad-Bol-ivar
by the revolutionary government.
The amount demanded exceeds 165,040.
Tonight the popular Alien Stock Com
pany will present the beautiful emotion
a! drama, entitled "Shall We Forgive
Herr This Is the $5,000 play which
Miss Marie Waiuwright so successfully
starred in last season, and is considered
one of the foremost American dramas.
The play has an exceptional strong story
and aaide from its . great emotional
scsenes It has a bright vein of comedy
New specialties will be introduced and
the fine orchestra will be heard to good
An Attractive Window
A Columbia river attraction was plac
ed in the east show window 'of Foard
& Stokes yesterday. It consists of
twelve or fifteen RFoyal Chinook sal
mon and they are beautiesj. Arrange
ments have been made for a supply of
fresh water and these prides of the Col
umbia will be kept on exhibition for a
BASE BALL SCORES.
At Los Angelos Los Angelos 3; Oak
t New York New York 0; Cincinnati
At Boston Boston 0; Pittsburg 3.
At Brooklyn Brooklyn 6; St. Louis
At St. Louis St. Louis 3; Philadel
At Chicago-Chicago 3; Washing
At Detroit-First game-Detroit 0;
New York 1.
At Detroit Second game Detroit 1;
New York 8.
At Cleveland-Cleveland 2; Boston
- PACIFIC NATIONAL.
At Butte-Butte 1; Spokane 3.
But itffcKes &
G. A.R. MEN
San Francisco Blazes With Wel
come (o Defenders of Na
GREAT PARADE TAKES PLACE
COMMANDER IN CHIEF IS BANQUETEd AND
OTHER NOTABLE GUESTS ARE HIGHLY
HONORED , -San
Francisco, Aug. 18. Seldom has
a finer parade been witnessed In San
Francisco than that which today did
honor to the Grand Army of the Re
public. The veterans were not In line.
their procession being scheduled for to
morrow. Many allied organisation
. . : -J . .Lj .1 . . .
iwriii'ipairu, vuiei among inese being! tontg
the naval reserv.e Veterans of thefdaya'
Spanish-American war and the nation
al guard of California, the regular army
of the order of Red men, German socie
ties of the city and the League of the
Cross. General Miles and Shatter were
greeted with cheers along the line of
LADY ON EDITORIAL
STAFF OF LEADING
Sends the Following Grand Testimonial to
the Merits of Cuticura Remedies in the
Treatment of Humours of the
Blood, Skin and Scalp.
14 1 wish to give my testimony to
the efficiency of the Cuticura Reme
dies in what seems to me two some
what remarkable cases. I had a
number of skin tumours small
ones on my arms which had never
given me serious trouble ; but about
two years ago one came on my
throat. At first it was only about as
Urge as a pinhcad, but, as it was in.
a position where my collar, if not
just right, would irritate it, it soon
became very sensitive and began to
grow rapidly. Last spring it was
as large, if not larger, than a bean.
A little unusual irritation of my
collar started it to swelling, and in
a day or two it was as large as
half an orange. I was very much
alarmed, and was at a loss to de
termine whether it was a carbuncle
or a malignant tumour.
" My friends tried to persuade me
to consult my physician ; but dread
ing that he would insist on using
the knife, I would not consent to
go. Instead I got a small bottle of
CuticunSResolvent and a box of Cu
ticura Ointment I took the former
according to directions, and spread
a thick layer of ttWointment on a
linen cloth and placed it on the
swelling. On renewing it I would
bathe my neck in very warm water
and Cuticura Soap. In a few days
the Cuticura Ointment had drawn
the swelling to a head, when it
broke. Every morning it was opened
with a large sterilized needle,
squeezed and bathed, and Yresh
Ointment put on. Pus and blood,
and a yellow, cheesy, tumorous
matter came out In about three or
four weeks' time this treatment
completely eliminated boil and
tumour. The soreness that had ex
CuUr.K.mii sr. ldth,,fhotth..inirf world. PRICES Co r. Went,
5c. par brttl (la ih. form of Cboeotate Coated Fill. . ' I rfuJl
60c. r box. and Cutlear. Soap, 36e. psreak. .d for th. f r Jf"
Blood, Ski. snd Bealp, tod Ho. k, Cur. TW Britiri Depot,
tXIXXlUt VRVfi AND CHEMICAL COWOBATIOJt, 8oU Props., Boston, U3.A. .
march, which Included the city' chief
, During the day the reunions of the
Ladles of the Grand Army and cf the
Women.' Relief Corps, Union ex-Pris-onera
of War and Berdon' Sharp
Shooter were held, all being well at
Tonight the Mechanic eavlllton was
crowe.1 to the doors by the Grand
Army and their wive and friends
ine occasion was a short reception to
leneral Stewart, commander-in-chief.
Spanish-American veterans met in a
social way and open house was kepi
hv the departments of Illinois, Missouri,
and Ohio at the Palace hotel.
The city wa agatn illuminated to
night and, appeared more brilliant than
on the preceding evening when the
light had all been properly placed.
Arrant For Mont Races
Portland. Ore., Aug. 18. At a meet
ing of the Multnomah Fair Association
tonight It was JecWed to. give a five
race meeting here, beginning Sept
-I and ending Sept. 2. Ten thousand
dollar ha peen appropriated for purs
. The race meeting will be held dur
ing the Multnomah Athletic Club car
nival and It is expected to be the tn,i
successful ever held In the city.
The Best Restaurant
Recnbir Meals. 25 Cents
Sunday Dinners a Specially
EurytDlncUe Maiket Affords
Catering Company f
tended down into my chest was all
gone, and my neck now seems to be
" About five or six years ago my
sister had a similar experience. She
had two large lumps come under
her right arm, the result of a sprain.
They grew rapidly, and our physi
cian wanted to cut them out. I
would not listen to it, and she tried
the Cuticura Remedies (as I did a
few months ago) with magical effect.
In six weeks' time the lumps had
entirely disappeared, and have never
" 1 have great faith in the Cuticura
Remedies, and I believe they might
be a efficacious in similar cases
with other people, and thus save
much suffering, and perhaps life. I
have derived so much benefit from
the use of them myself that I am
others to use them. Re
cently I recommended
them to an office boy for
his father, who was dis
abled with salt rheum.
The man's feet were
swollen to an enormous
ize, and he had not
worked for six weeks.
Two bottles of Cuticura
Resolvent and two boxes
of Cuticura Ointment
worked a perfect cure.
You never saw a more
grateful man in your life.
'I am very much in
terested in another case
where I have recom
mended Cuticura just
now. My housemaid's
mother has a goitre
which had reached a
very dangerous point
The doctor told her
that nothing could be
done ; that she could live
only two or three weeks,
and that she would die
of strangulation. She
was confined to her bed,
and was unable to speak, when her
daughter, at my suggestion, tried
the effect of the Cuticura Ointment
and Cuticura Resolvent. Strange to
my, Bhe was f ery shortly relieved of
the most distressing symptoms. The
swelling seemed to be exteriorized,
and h i now able to be around
her house, and can talk as well as
" It seems to me that I have pretty
good ground for believing that
Cuticura Remedies will prove suc
cessful in the most distressing forms
of blood and skin humours, nd if
yon wish to use my testimonial a
herein indicated, I am willing that
yott hould do so, with the further
privilege of revealing my name and
address to such persons as may wish
to substantiate the above state
ment by personal letter to me."
Chicago, Nov. 13, 1902.
Empress of India Dashes Into
Chinese Cruiser With Fatal
SINKS WITHIN AN HOUR
Captain Rctuwt to leave Ship And He And
Thirteen Men ol Th Otw low Tlwir
Hong Konit, China, Aug. IS. The
steamship Empress of China, of India,
from Vancouver, H. C, July 27, and Yo
koh.una, Aur. 14, fur Hong Kong, ool
Hded near this port today with (lie
Chinese cruiser Huang-Tal. The war
ship sank an hour after the collision,
The Einpr.'ss of India sived 170 of the
crew of the cruiser.' The captain of the
Huang-Tal.who refused to leave his
ship, and 13 of the crew, were drowned.
The Kmpress of India wus badly dam
Mexkin Prince Dtad
Chihuahua, Mexico, Auk. IS, --Pedro
Alaravudo, mlilinuare mining man, Is
dead al Parml, "Mx year. us he was
a bare-footed tm working in a mine
at SO cents a U.ty. He discovered the
ral Mllto mine and his wealth Is es
timated lit X1,H,lW0. He had no faith
in banks and it is said uilwr lrs
worth a great sum are lucked In .t
steel cage In his pulatla.1 home near Par
ral, A year aico he made his tlrst trip
over the railroad, chartering a special
train and tukliiK & body guard of 200
men. He was very charitable.
TO MOVE ALASKA FREIGHT
iver, B. i
Idl from Dawson today says that every
available steamer of the lower Yukon
is being commissioned n un effort to
move the vast quantity of freight at
St. Michaels, which has been delayed
owing to low wuter. Water this rea
son has been ihe lowest for years, and
so far but three down river steamers
have been able to reach Dawson.
Subscribe for the Semi-Weekly As-
torlan, 11.00 a year.
Attorneys and Couneloi-nt-Law
Office, Odd Fellows Huilding,
ioth and Commercial Streets,
ASTORIA, - $ - OK KG ON,
A Model Kitchen
Every Home Can Have One at a Very
You would be astonished If told the
prices that Foard & Stokes Co., Is Bel
ling its famous cooking stoves and
uteasils at A better assortment can
not be found in any store In the state.
We supply everything from a dust pan
to a range at prices that will fit any
pocketbook. It Is economy to have
your kitchen modern. Saves labor, ex
penses and your health. Let us show
you what we can do to remodel youri
home. We want at least a chance to
quote you our prices.
FOARD &ST0KE3 CO.
Subscribe for the Semi-Weekly As-
torlan, 11.00 a year.
LOOK AT THIS
If Looking For Nice Dainty
Things For Lunch
We have them.
I'nderwood' deviled ham.
Llbby's deviled ham.
Libby's deviled chicken.
Libby deviled turkey.
Llbby' Melrose Pate.
Llbby's Veal Loaf.
Llbby" Potted Delicacies.
Hammond' Lunch Tongue.
French boneless Pickled Sardine.
lllfc-h Life Crab.
Cooper s pure Olive Oil has no equal.
FOARD & STOKES CO.
NOT HOW MUCH
BUT HOW GOOD.
15 CENTS A PINT '
STILL IN THE LEAD
Dainty eaters, people with hearty
appetites theater parties, and all other
parties find what they desl. and some
to appreciate at the Toke Point oyster
heuse. Tu choicest viand In the mar
ket are there served In most pleasing
tyle. Open all night. Prlvat room.
Loe-t-A silver monWl walking can
with Initial "C" on top. Cropped Into
the river through a hoi at Orlmn
comer on Commercial and Eleventh.
Finder will be well rewarded for bring
lug cane o Aatnrtan offlV.
PIANO FOR KENT.
For rnt-A ftrl-cla piano. Address
'' , rare AstorUn office,
WANTED-Young man for store work
'all on P. Miller & Sou.
We have received our last shipment
of apricots for thl season, Panic de
siring to can this fruit should do so at
once, na the season l about over.
JJ.C0 straw hat for 71 cent at DAN-
5-leaf fwrtt ,.
For Jecontlng purpose for regatta.
They must be seen to be appreciated at
POARD A STOKEd CO.
tJood good and good ervlc at John
73c wash suits for S3c at Danslger'.
Interview Trulllnger A Hardesty,
433 Commercial street, about your siec
New stock of fancy good Just arrlv
ed at Tokohama Bazaar. Call and ee
the latest novelties from Japan.
Jt.50 straw hats for 50 cent at DAN-
75C-ENT OOLF SHIRTS
1'or 50 cent; men' striped and fig
ured golf shirts, site 14 1-J to 17, at
Office of C. Q. M., Vancouver Bar
racks, Wash., August S, 1903. Sealed
proposals. In triplicate, will be received
here until 11 a. m., September 4, IMS,
and then opened for repairs to Hospital
at Fort Steven, Oregon. 17. S. reserv
es the right to reject or accept any or
all proposals or any part thereof. En
velopes containing proposal should be
marked: "Proposal for repair to Ho.
Pltal at Fort Steven, Oregon," and ad
dressed to undersigned.
F. H. HATHA WAT, C. Q. M.
Time Cnnl ol Train
Puget Sound Limited. 7:26 a m (:4i p m
Kansas Clty-SU Loul
Special 11:10 am 1:16 pre
North Coast Limited S:t0 P m 7:00 a m
Tacoma and 8eattl Night
duress 11:46 pm 1:06 wm
Take Puget Sound Limited or North
Coast Limited for Gray's Harbor point
Take Puget Sound Limited for Olym
Take Puget Sound Limited or ICan
as Clty-St'Loul Special for point
on South Bend branch.
Double dally train service on Orar
Four train dally between Portland,
Tacoma and Seattle,
Good good at the light price,
Subscribe for the Semi-Weekly As
torlan, U a year.
Says this up-to-date traveler to the bell-boy who smweri hit
imperative lummoni: "I know of no imtll-iized hotel cceinory
that meant more for the satUfaction of its gueits than the Soap
provided for them. You always provide Mtdlcal Lake Soap.
Thst's jnst it should be." The refined smoothneai and
exqoiait frsgraoc of Medical Lake 5op, added to in
incomparable freshening, cleanaing, tmootheaing qualities are
the reason why all comfort-desiring travelers, fine club
boases, firat-claaa hotels and home-Iik homes are giving it the
nnmittakablc endorsement of excluaiv toilette uie. Of
delicate, purely natural composition with a generous prepon
derance of nedlcal Lake Cryatal the evaporation furmed
concentration of fledlcal Lake, Wahlg.
ton, with Its wealth ol hygemc power,
Hedlcal Lake 5oap la the 5oap par ex
cellence for travel by rail or water. It is
admirable for the complexion and is a
strong snd pleasant antiseptic, and will be
found of great value in all cases of Eczema,
Sunburn, Prickly Heat, and all Skin
Irritation. All firit-clsss druggists tell
Medical Lake Soap. 25c. a cake.
"MEDICAL- LAKE OINTMENT
, TUB IDEAL f KIN FOOD
25c. a hex at druggist.
Medical Lake Salt Mfg. Co., Sole Mln.
Nw Vork and 4pokaat, Waab.
For ale In Astoria by Frank Hart, Corner Fourteenth and Commercial t
Twelfth and Commercial, and Charle Roger, Odd Fellows' Building."
Is due this month! It will be a gre&t success but
not greater than the success of the
Carried at TRULLINGER'S the only
two cigar stores in the city
Agents for the
Portland Safe ft Lock Co.
Call and see .suinplo.M.
Agent for Portland Sail & Awning Co.
...... , , Sailf, Tents, Awning, nd CirerB.
R, J. OWENS, Proprietor. 'Phone 8ji
(in llrook. Muiiuitor,
Wines, liquors and Cigar, ltc in the Market.
Concert Fvery livening. Patrons Cordially Received and Well Treated.
Eighth ami Amur Streets, - Astoria, Oregon.
ASK THE AOENT FOR
8POKANE, ST. PAUL. DULUTH
MINNEAPOLIS. CHICAGO AND
ALL POINTS EAST.
New Equipment Throughout. Patau
and Tourist Sleepers, Dining and
Buffet, Smoking Libiary Car.
Daylight Trip Through the Cacd
and Rocky Mountain.
For Full Particular, Rate, Folder,
Etc., Call on ur Address
J. W. PHALON, H. DICKSON.
Trav. Pass. Agt. City Ticket Agt
Z2 Third Street, Portlund.
613 First Avenue, - Seattle. Vanh.
A. B. C. DENNISTON. O. W. P. A.
NORTH COAST LIMITED.
I only run by th Northern Pacific
between Portland and Minneapolis and
St. Paul, through Tacoma, Seattle,
Spokane, Missoula, Rutte, Livingston,
Billing, Blsmark and Fargo. Eight
of the train are on the run dally,
four eaat and four west. Each I a
olid veatlbuled train, carrying stand
ard Pullman tourist sleeper, dining
car, day coaches, msll, xprs and
baggage car and the elegant observa
tion car. Each train Is brilliantly
lighted with over 100 tight and th
beauty of It all I you can travel lust
a cneapiy on mis train on any
other. All representative will b
glad to give you additional Informa
tion. A. D. Charlfon, Assistant Gen
eral Passenrer Acent US Morrison St.
Gi u your order (or
Latest and Best Phono
grajih and grnjiliophtn, ,
ULES From Portland,
Portland Halt Lk. Denver,
Special FU Worth, Oma-
1:20 . ha, Kansas City
vlallunt -j st- Ixuls. Chicago
Ington. I anJ East.
Atlantic Salt La, Denver,
Express Kt, Worth, Oma.
1.16 p.m. j ha, Kansa City,
vlallunt-' st Iuli, Chi
Ington.! enro ami Kant.
I " WTlilvH7
7:16 p. m.
VR. PaiiIi I.elnt6n, Spo-
FatMnlr kn, Minneapolis,
6 p. m. 1 St. Paul, Duluth,
vl Milwaukee, Chi
Hpokancj ,-ago and East.
70 hour from Portland to Chicago.
No change of car.
OCEAN AND IUVF.R SCHEDULE.
i All sailing dates
; HubJ't t to change,
t for Ban FrwtcU
j co vry fly days,
"faTYn. j Columbia River""
Duly x to Portland snd
cept Hur; Way Landings.
4: . m.,
Steamer Nahcotta leave Astoria on
tide dally except Sunday for Ilwaco,
connecting there with train for Long
Reach, Tlgu nd North Beach point.
Returning arrive at Astoria sam ev
ening. O. W. LOUNSRERRT.Agent
h Conn Drug Company, Corner ?
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