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ASTORIA, OREGON, FRIDAY, JANIHRV 22, 1904.
If you do, get the best and
. purest, lor family and
i f I medicinal use, 7 V ;
AT THE ,
California Wine and Liquor House
A TRIAL ORDER WILL CONVINCE YOU
mjBOND BTBEET.. . V . JUQVt 8174 BLACK
There ii no train In service on any railway ii
the world that equals in equipment The
Pioneer Limited train from St. Paul to Chi '4
eago via the f 1 ? . '.
Chicaeo, Milwaukee & St. Paul
Railway ... .
, The railway company owni and operates the
sleeping and dining cars on its trains, and
gives to its patrons an excellence of service
not obtainable elsewhere. , The buffet cam,
compartment cars, standard sleeping ears
and dining cars of The : Pioneer are the
handsomest ever built.
, -.? s . ...
N. S. HOWE, V ,
Girsl A jnt -
First National Bank of Astoria
s ? ESTABLISHED 1886
Capital and Surplus . $l66,666
m well as nicoly lauodriixl linen. Wo have the neatest
and most Military laundry in the state and de the beet
work. All White help.
Cor. Tenth and Duane St.
lEUTERTTE Is Miaeral Raster)
VOI'I MAY 11KTI0,I1 ItUII.IUIMtl
nry to it
Takes the plao of shlnglea, tin, Iron, tar and gravel, and all prepared roofings
For Hat and sUwp larfactw, BUtUtn. vllya, to. Easy to lay. Tempered for all
climatee. Reasonable in eosW Hold on merit, Guaranteed. It will pay to ask tor
prices and information. ' -
THE ELATERITE ROOFING CO., Worcester Budding, Portland
1 m m mm mm
A UllttU 1 Lint
to Chicago and all points eatt; Louie
villa, Mtmpbla. Mew Orleans, and all
See that jtojmj llckt reada via the
llllnoU Central B. R. Thoroughly mod
ern trams connect with all transconti
nental Unas at St. Paul and Omaha.
. It your friends art coming west let na
know and we will Quote them direct
the specially low rta now In trrect
from all eastern points. ; '
Any Information as to rates, routes,
to., cheeruj given on application.
. H. TRUMBULL, Oommerolal
Agent, 141 Third street, Portland, Or.
3. C. UNMET. T. F. P. A. HI
Third street, Portland, Or. ,
P. B. THOMPSON, V; . r. a.,
lWl MARYTl WWrlioo Spray
A.I tw ImiU S H. fmm'9fm
11 tin nuitiiHMWlf In VLJTEa j ,
MAUtM.. mii no x SiL, 'fr7!J
vtlter, bin wnil iuinii (or Vj,.
undiiirf-niuii. in- 62 ." ' M
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134 Third Street. Portland
hU'UAVM A WOIl)UT HOOK
Uvery Household In Astoria
Should Know How to 7
-. Kealst IU
The back acha btcauee the kidneys
Help the kidneys with their work.
The baok will ache no more.
Lota ef proof that Doan'a Kidney
PBIs do this. - . 1
It's the beet proof, for It comes from
T. W. ShonklMid, who la a street
car conductor on the Woodstock street
ear line., residing at 711 SUsworth 8t.,
Portland, aaya: . "Some time last fall
I began, baring considerable trouble
and annoyance from a dull achlnig
pain in tat back over the kldntya. I
think It waa canted from the eonntant
shaking ! and Jarring of the car. I
thought at flret It would disappear
quickly aa It came, but this was not
the caie. Learning of Doan'a Kidney
Pills I procured a bos and took them
according to directions. Tbt result waa
entirely satisfactory. The backache
grew le and leas and. toon disap
peared and aa far aa X can tell it haa
gone tor good for there have keen no
symptoms of reoccurrence." (
Plnnty of similar proof In Astoria.
Call at Charles Rsgsrs, drugeist for
particulars. (J '.:.' ' , '
' For sale by all dealers: price SO ets.
Poster-MUhurn Ce., Buffalo, N. T.,
aole agenta for the V. I.
Reoismbtr Uit namt Doaa's and Ukt
no other. i 1
1 -W. . . '..A.:. , ....
70 hour from Portland to Chicago.
No change of eara.
Chlcagca . j .
Portland Salt Lake, Dsnvtr,
Special Ft Worth, Oma
1:11 am ha, Kaaaaa City.
ylaHuot' L Louis, Chl-
Ington. cago and East
Salt Lake, Penvtr,
Ft Worth, Oma
ha, Kama City
St Louis, Chicago
Walla Walla, . .
St PauU Uwlaton, f pe
FaatMaJI kana If inneaDoUa.
I: OS p.m.
7: 41 p.m. Ut. pui, Duiuth,
via. IfUwauket, Cbleagd
IpoUaa and East
OCEAN AND RIVER SCHEDULE.
All sailing 4a US
subject to change.
For San Francis
co every five daya
to Portland and
4s a. BL,
Steamer Nabcotta leavta Astoria 00
tide dally except Sunday for Dwaco,
connecUng there with trains for Long
Beach, Tlg and North Beach points.
Returning arrives at Astoria same av
enlng. Through tickets to and from all prin
cipal European cities.
. O. W, HUBERTS, Agent,
? . Antorla, Ore, ,
ASTORIA AND COLUMBIA
LEAVE I PORTLAND I ARRIVE
1:00 a ml
Portland Union Do.
7:00 p ml
pot for Astoria and
For Portland and!
SEASIDE DI VISION y
1:1 a m Astoria for Waren-I 7:40 a m
U:ami ton, Flavtl Fortf 4:00 pm
l:U p mj Stevens, Hammondjno:4t a m
4:18 a ml
Seaside for War
ran ton. navel.
Stevens A Astoria
AU trains make close connections at
Ooblt with all Northern Pacific trains
to and from the East and Sound points
: V J. C Mayo,
General Freight and Paaa. Agent
ASK THE AGENT FOR
1 . ..TO..
SPOKANE, ST. PAUL, DULUTH
MINNEAPOLIS. CHICAGO AND
ALL POINTS EAST.
For Full Particulars, Rates, Folder
Etc., Call on or Address
J. W. PUALON, H. DICKSON,
Trav. Paaa. Agt City Ticket Agt
m Third Street, Portland,
lit First Avenue, Seattle, Wash.
A. B. C PENNISTON, G. W. P. A. s
Th, "Northwestern Limited trams.
elect tio lighted throughout, both Inside
and out, and steam heated, are with
out exception, the finest trains la the
world. They embody the litest, newest
and bsst ideas for comfort convaniaace
and luxury ever offered the travelling
public, and altosether are the moat
complete and splendid production cf th
car builders' an.
These splendid Trains
Connect With.,... ..
The Greet Northern
The Northern Pacific and
The Canadian Pacific
AT ST, PAUL FOR 5
CHICAGO and the BAST, i
No extra chares' for these auptriot
acommodatlont and all classes of tick
ets art available for passage en the
trains on this lint art protected h tbt
Inter lock Lac Block System. -
Top'of HeaS Co?efed will Scales
ttl PedeS off Taliii
How Six Teait Old witk TaXlck
Hair ail Clean Scalp.
My baby was about six weeks old
When the top of her bead became cov
ered with thick scales, which would
peal and eome oS, taking the hair with
tt It would toon form again and be as
bad as before. I tried several things
and then went to the doctor. Ha said
It waa Eetema. aad prescribed an oint
ment, which did not do any good. A
friend spoke of CuUcora Soap. I tried
It and read on the wrapper about Cut!
enra Ointment at a remedy for Enema.
I bought a box end, washed her head In
warm water and Cotlcura Soap and
gently combed the scales off. They did
no4 come back and faST balr grew out
flne and thick. She la sow a year aad
a half old and has no trace of Eczema."
MBS. O. W. BUBOES, Iranlstan Ave.,
Bridgeport, Conn., Feb. tl, 1898.
Mrs. Burgee writes Feb. 28, 1903 1 .
My baby, who had Eczema very
badly on her head, as I told yon before,
after using the Cutlcura Remedies was
cured. 8be la bow six years old and
baa thick hair and a clean scalp."
Instant relief and refreshing sleep
for akla-tortured babies and rest for
tired, worried mothers In warn bathe
with Cutlcora Soap, and gentle anoint
ings with, Cutlcura Ointment, purest
of emollients and greatest of skin cores,,
to be followed In severe eases by mild
doses of Cutlcura Resolvent. This is
the purest, sweetest, most ipeedy, per
manent and economical treatment for
torturing, disfiguring, Itching, burning,
bleeding, scaly, crusted and pimply skin
and scalp buroonrs, with loss of bah, of
Infanta and children, as well aa adults,
and la sure to succeed when all other
remedies and the best physicians fait
0 Inm of ChMMlata Cir4 hiu. mm. m t An.
Where do you get shaved now?
On the face, of course.
At the Occident Barber Shop
THE BOSS TONSORAL ARTISTS
The shortest line between
Minneapolis, St. Paul and
Chicago is '
the route of the famous
; "Ths Train For Comfort" ,
- every night ia the year.
Retort ttartlniron a trip no matter
where write ftir tuU-reatlns Informa
tion about comfortable traveling.
i H. L SISLER, General Agtnt .
132 Third Bt Portland, Oregon.
- T. W. TKASDALK.
Oenemi PiwaeiiKer Agent,
8t raul, Minn. .
Time Card ol Tralutt
Puget Sound Llmlte4.7;16 am pm
Kansas City-St Louts
Special 11:10 am 1:45 pm
North Coast Limited l:M o m T:0 a m
Tacoma and Seattle Night ' '
Express . ....U.'4a pm 1:0S pm
Take Puget Bound Limited or North
Coast Limited for Gray's Harbor points
Take Puget Sound Limited for Olym-
pla direct . . . a ,
Take Puget Sound Limited or Kan
sas Clty-Bt Louis Special for points
on South Bend branch.
- Double dally train service oas Gray's
Four trains dally between Portland,
Tacoma aad SeattI
' 1 AT PROSPECT OF PEACE
Mere Promises From Russia Will Not Do
r 1 " ; , f ... '. j,. , , l (. -.. -.a .
for Oriental Country.
Not Wiflin to Discard Habiliments of War Unless Assurances Will
Be Given That Her Interests Will Be Safe Guarded-Secret t
ly Planning a Strong Coast Defense. , '
. Toklo, Jan. 21. The growing belief
that a peaceful settlement of existing
International dufflcultles will eventually
be attained,' has served to strengthen
tbt financial markets, and stocks art
advancing on the local exchange. ;
The government which has so far
not receive any communication from
Russia, remains silent awaiting a for
mal response to Rt last note. The mere
acceptance of Japan's proposals will
not mifflct. Japan will unquestionably
Insist upon some definite plan of action
besides mere promises, Including a re
duction of the Russian fleet In Japan
ese .vaterS. ' The government f Japan
ON FAVORITE OF EMPEROR
Hih Officials Demand His Banishment.
While Society Threatens Assass-
ination May Be Dethroned.
New York, Jan. 21. Prompt action
by the various nations In . bringing
guards hers has done much,says a Her
ald dispatch from Seoul, Cores, to In
sure the safety of foreigners, but It Is
certain that danger still exists, only
needing some unfortunate incident at
this critical moment to start' a riot
which would possibly be led by Corean
soldiers.' Horace N. Allen, the United
States minister, says he' is carefully ab
staining from any entanglements in the
political situation. i ' t.tX v,'.'
My action regarding the guards," he
said, "was first, and mas quite Inde
pendent of the American position here,
which is peculiar. The legation Is sur
rounded by the palace and a large force
of Corean troops.
There are American women and
children living In Seoul, and there
hi extensive American electric railway
and lighting property here. The Ameri
can guard la orderly and well liked." '
The people largely blame Ti Tiung
Ik. a powerful favorite of the emperor.
MOTHER AND SON ARE ON
TRIAL FOR COUNTERFEITING
Seattle, Jan. 11. Mrs. Alice Roeper,
the Des Moines woman who, with her
son," a street car conductor named
Lundstromand John Gay, was arrested
in this city last summer, accused- of
being a member of a gang of counter
feiters, was "placed on trial before a
jury In the federal court yesterday.
charged with abetting In the manu
facture and circulation .of f spurious
coins'. .Charles Johnson, her son ty a
former marriage, withdrew his plea of
not guilty to the' Indictment against
him, and confessed his guilt to the court
The grand Jury which Indicted Mrs.
Roeper and her son thought the evi
dence against Lundstrom and Gay In
sufficient on which to base an accus
ation, and no true bills were returned
against: them. ' '- .'vi - '.
Mrs, Roeper was ariested at her
home on Boren avenue, but the secret
service agent who gathered the evi
CHANGE IN THE
OF RAILROAD COMPANY
Belllngham, Wash., . Jan. 21. Dis
patches have been received here from
San Francisco announcing the etire
ment of P. B. Corwall from the presi
dency of the Beliingham Bay and Brit
ish Columbia Railway and the Black
Diamond Company, the latter corpora
tion owning and operating the Black
Diamond coal mines In King county,
and the election In his stead of H. H.
Taylor. );; i:: . v.-j
It Is understood here that the Inter
ests of D. O. Mills In the railroad com
has expended a large amount of money
in proparatlons for war and is now
ready to' fight and is naturally unwil
ling to disarm unless absolutely con
TlnraTthat her righu will bt safe
guarded." The government is now eon
sfderlng an elaborate plan for coast
defense, tbt nature of which It mala
tabled strictly secret It te also closers
watching the spread of disorder (n Cor
ea, amt wbUs considering Iht possible
nemtlt of Intervention for the pro
teuton of the" Japanese and foreign
residents, hesitates In the matter of dis
patching a larger force than that there
now, oft account of the existing deli
cacy of the general situation, f '
for constantly Increasing troubles and
great distress throughout the coun
try . His remarkable, influence with,
the jenperor alone has prevented the
opening of Wlju and other needed re
forms. ; '"'' ' ... t. .
Many petitions ar being made to the
emperor for the favorite's execution or
banishment, Including one from the
prime minister and a powerful secret
society already formed and possessing
more than 1000 members, has sworn
to kill Ti Yiuns Re and two other fa
vorite officials...' V "v? .
In the meantime a large consignment
of cartridges and gunpowder has
reached Seoul. Consigned to Ti Tiling
Ik. His followers; are exceedingly'
numerous. Including the ancient, guild
just issued 500 revelvers and swords.
Yl IJaneei, formerly chief justice, has
been arrested for Informing the em- .
peror that In the event of war his ma- '
jejsty probably will' be dethroned In fa
vor of Prince Eluwha, now in Wash
ington. 5' v.- '.:..v,...v , . - ,- s.. "
dence against her claim that they se
cured paraphernalia used In the manu
facture of the spurious coins not only
at her place of abode tn this city, but
alsa la Tacoma and Des Moines, where
she formerly resided., t r,; V -'J .
When confronted with the evidence
Mrs. Roeper claimed that her former
husband, from whom she obtained a di
vorce several years ago, had been a
counterfeiter, and In this , way at
tempted vO explain the presence1' of the
tools.',. Roeper however, not only de
nied this charge, but claimed that he -
had in fact separated from the woman
because he knew her to be a counter
At the trial yesterday Mrs. Roeper
clung to her story that she was a vic
tim of circumstantial evidence, and at
tempted to shift the responsibility .'.to
her son, who, she said, had furnished -her
.with all the counterfeit money she
- -a :
pany are in the ascendency.. H.. H.
Taylor, the new president is a nephew
D. O. Mills, and his election to the
presidency is believed to Indicate that
the B. B. and B. C. road la to be ex
tended to Spokane and from connection
there with the Union Paclflc, In which
company Mills is a largo stockholder.
Mr. Mills has always been the largest
stockholder In the B. B. and B,
railroad, but has never before, seem
ingly, taken active Interest tn the con
duct of the company. ' ' ' ;