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About The morning Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1899-1930 | View Entire Issue (June 28, 1904)
THE MORNING ASTORIA, TUESDAY, JUNE, 28, 1904.;
The New Wall Tint
j& Olcimo jz?
All the colors of the rainbow
FISHER BROS. Co.
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY
Of NEW ZEALAND.
W. F. Thomas, Manager, Fan Francisco.
UNLIMITED LIABILITY OF SHAREHOLDERS. ,
Ilaa been Underwriting on tb Pacific ,
Coast twenty-five years.
S. ELR10PJ 0 C0.'v Resident Agents, Astoria, Or.
A GOLDEN OPPORTUNITY
Bet oaturt In nil ht glorious beauty,
and then the acme of nrnn'e ' handi
work. The first la found along the line
of the Denver 4 Rio Grande Railroad,
the latter at the St. Louis World's
Fair. Tour trip will be one of pleas,
ure make the moat of 1L For Infor
matton and llluatrated literature write
W. C. McBRIDE, Gen. Agt.
rime Card ol Train"
nget Bound Llmltd.7:M am :tt p
Kanaai Clty-Bt Loula
Special U:10 am P
North CoMt Limited l:M P m T:Maa
Tacoma and SeatUs Night
Etpress U:tf pm l a
Take Puget Bound Limited or North
Coast Limited for Orafe Harbor point
Take Puget Bound Limited for Olym
Take Puget Bound Limited or Kaa
sa Clty-8t Louia Special for polata
on South Bend branch.
Double dally train senrica oa Gray's
Harbor branch. .
rour tratne dally between Portland.
Tuonma ami Bs.ttle
TRAVEL IS GENUINE PLEASURE ON..
Baltimore 6t Ohio R. R.
ROYAL BLUE TRAINS -
Chicago and New York
via WASHINGTON', I). C.
Finest ami Fastest scries of trains in the world. Palatial Coach
es, Pullman Buffet Parlor and Drawiug Room Cars.
The Finest Dining Car Service In the World.
Is operated by the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad.
Be' Mi AUSTIN. General Pass. At- - Chicago, III.
If it is worth while
to do business at all, it is worth while to do
; alotOfit v.;-' V f
And this means
always a proportionate amount of news
Scow Bay Iron 8 Brass Works
manufacturers cf t
Iron, Steel, Brass and Bronze Castings.
General Foundrynien and Patternmaker.
Absolutely firstclass work. Prices lowest.
p;::r.e2451. Corner Eighteenth and Franklin.
HATS TRIMMED FREE
Mrs. Ingleton has commenced a closing
out sale of everything except HATS.
It includes CoaU, Wrapper!, Skirts, Underwear, Shirt Waists, Stock
ings, Notions, ana slj Ladies' and Children's Furnishing Goods.
Man Supposed Murdered and
Whose Wife Was Accused of the
Crime Walks Into His Home.
Correct Clothes for Men
THE MYSTERY OF A BODY
IJody round and Supposed to
He That of Woman 1 1 unhand
Iteinuliis I'.vldcnce of
Chicago, Juno 27. -Coining as if
from the dead after be had been re
ported a murdered, and after his wife
hnd been held by the police several
days on suspicion of knowing some
thing of her hUMband's disappearance,
Stefun Bleznk has unexpectedly re
turned to his old homo.
When a body weighted with railroad
Iron was taken out of the Illinois and
Mlehogan canal May t It was Identi
fied by Mrs. Blezuk as that of ber hus
band, who had disappeared some time
before. Finally she was placed under
arrest, as apparently the body was that
of a man who had been murdered. The
most rigid Investigation by the police,
covering several days, failed to estab
lish any evidence to connect the woman
with the murder, and as she showed
that she was In error as to her first
Identification, she was released. Now
the return of Uteruk. who suys be has
been to St Paul, but refuses to discuss
his case further, deepens the mystery
surrounding the body found In the
canal. The police believe there Is no
doubt that the man was murdered, but
the body and Its secret have been bur
led In the Potter's field.
Mrs. Wenuk wus startled when Ble-
suk appeared at the door and for a
moment refused to believe he was her
missing husband. Then there was an
affectionate greeting and an explanation.
THE JAPS ARE CAUTIOUS.
How They Prevent Information From
The wonderful secretlveness of the
Japanese In keeping under cover the
movement of troops, even. In many
cases, from their own officers, Is well
described by G. C. Jwamoto. chief
steward of the Nippon Yusen Kalsha
liner Kunagawa Maru, which has ar
rived at Seattle from the far east. Mr.
Jwamoto. although himself not In the
transport sen-Ice during the early part
of the war, has fellow officers on the
Kanagawa who were, and from them
and friends In the Japanese navy he
has gathered valuable Information
relative to their methods. He said last
"If one Is not brought directly Into
contract with the army or navy during
this strugglo It Is difficult to under
stand the way In which they manage to
prevent Information of the movements
of troops from leaking out. For In
stance, when a transport leaves port,
even If In charge of an old and tried
officer, thnt official ljas not the faintest
Idea of the destination of his vessel.
Sailing under sealed orders he may dis
cover for where he Is booked after
leaving port, but then. In all probn
blllty, a warship will be met and the
transport stopped and the orders
"Before proceeding 200 miles his or
ders may have been changed a doien
times, and the consequence Is that none
of the officers of the war vessels are
certain of his destination, and he Is
perfectly aware that he may be ordered
somewhere else upon reaching what he
thought to be his final port. It is the
same way, I understand, with train
loads of troops. One can see any num
ber of soldiers leave a city or port, but
the onlooker, the soldiers or the offi
cers have not the slightest Idea where
they are bound for. Under such a
scheme, and everything else Is system
atized In the same way, It Is an abso-j
lute Impossibility for information to
reach the other side, no matter haw
many spies are tn the country."
Why use gelatins and
spend hours soaking,
and coloring when
produces better results in two minutes?
Everything in the package. Simply add hot
water and set to cool. It's perfection. A sur
prise to the housewife. No trouble, less ex
pense. Try it to-day. In Four Fruit Fla.
rors: Lemon, Orange, Strawberry, Rasp
berry. At grocers. lOo.
TYLE is essential
in clothes, but
it's not every
thing. How they
fit you and wear
are equally im
MAKERS NEW YORK
cn your clothes is an assurance
that you will be correctly attired,
that they will Ht you as perfectly
as though made to your measure,
and give you the same wear as
:, Coual to fine euitom-nudc In tfl but
prio. The makers' guarantee, and
ours, with every garment We art
Exclusive Distributors ia this city.
The Mania for Getting Rioh.
Orison S. Marden, In Success.
The mania for getting rich the mad,
false Idea that we must have money
has played worse havoc among am
bitious people than war or pestilence.
A member of the Chicago board of
trade says that the men and women of
this country contribute $100,000,000,000
a year to the sharpers who promise to
muie them rich quick. They work the
same old scheme of a confidential let
ter and shrewd baiting, until the victim
parts with his money. Thousands are
plodding along In poverty and depriva
tion, chagrined and humiliated because
they have not been able to get up In
the world or to realize their ambitions,
for the reason that they succumbed to
the scheme of some smooth promoter,
who hypnotised them Into the belief
that they could make a great deal very
quickly out of a very little.
The great fever of trying to make 1
earn 13 Is growing more and more con
tagious. We see even women secretly
going Into brokers' offices and "bucket
shops," Investing everything they have
In all sorts of schemes, drawing their
deposits out of the banks, sometimes
pawning their Jewelry even their en
gagement rings and borrowing, hop
ing to make a lot of money before their
husbands or families And it out and
then to surprise them with the result;
but, in most cases, what they invest is
Thousands of young Americans are
so tied up by financial or other en
tanglements, even before they get fair
ly stated In their life-work, that they
can only transmute a tithe of their real
ability or their splendid energies Into
that which will count In their lives. A
large part of it is lost on the way up,
as the energy of the coal Is nearly all
lost before It reaches the electric bulb.
The Northern Pacific Railway Com
pany will place round trip tickets from
Portland to St. Louis and return on
account of the world's fair on sale as
June 16th, 17th aid 18th.
July 1st, 2nd and 3rd.
August 8th, 9th and 10th.
Sept 5th, 6th and 7th.
October 3rd, 4th and 5th.
The round trip rate to St Louis and
return from Portland will be J 67.60.
Tickets will be good for return via any
A round trip rate of $73.60 will also
be made from Portland to Chicago and
If a passenger desires to take in both
Chicago and St Loula the round trip
rate will be $76:40.
All tickets will be good for 90 days
from data of sale. Tickets will be
good going ten days from date of sale
so that a limited atop-over can be had
on the going trip and on the return
trip passengers can stop at their pleas
ure west of the Missouri river or St
Paul. These rates apply via direct
tines, but If passenger wishes to re
turn through California tickets can be
sold accordingly, but at an increased
rate of $13.50 added to above.
For any additional Information de
sired, call or address A. D. Charlton,
Assistant General Passenger Agent,
Uorthern Pacific Ry, 255 Morrison
street corner of 3rd, Portland, Ore.
The beer that made Milwaukee fam
ous Schlltz Is always on draught at
The Grotto. Otto Mlkkelson, proprietor.
And fireworlts of all Hinds.
Monday, June 27th.
SEE THE SHOW WINDOW
J. N GRIFFIN
vS$ ''fij '; Iffy
i rtr?a4t 1 1 wan
c- 'l ; " I, i
From prime ripe fruit only are what
make our soda so highly prized by
all drinkers. No harmful consequences
lurk In the foaming fluid flowing from
our fountain. The stream carries Its
welcome freight of coolness and mois
ture wherever it goes. Results and
medical science mark our pure soda
as the best antidote for thirst and
dryness yet devised.
EASTERN CANDY STORE.
608-508 Commercial St, Next Griffin's Book Store.
SUE H. ELMORE
The Largest; Staunchest, Steadiest and most Seaworthy vessel
ever on this route. Best of Table and State Itoom Accommo
dations. Will make round trip every five days between
Connecting at Astoria with the Oregon Railway & Navigation
Co. and Astoria & Columbia River R. R. for Portland, San
Francisco and all points East. For freight and passenger
rates apply to
SAMUEL ELMORE & Co.
General Agents, Astoria, Or.
. OR TO .
A. (EL C. R. R. Co., Portland, Or
Pacific Navigation Co., Tillamook, Or.
O. R. (EX N. Co., Portland, Or.
The Southwest Limited Kansas City to
Chicago, The Overland Limited to Chicago
via Omaha, The Pioneer Limited St. Paul
to Chscago, run via
Chicago. Milwaukee & St. Paul
Each route offers numerous attractions.
The principal thing to insure a quick,
comfortable trip east is to see that your
tickets read via the Chicago, Milwaukee &
St. Paul Railway.
H. S. ROWE,
Gentral A jtnt
134 Third Street, Portland