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THE MORNING ASTORIAN, WEDNESDAY, JULY 6, 1904.
A. & C. R. R.
fi.lKU.m j l'ortlaod Union i 11.10a. m
7,00 p a df pot lor Aitorla ) 9.40 p.m
7.45 am I for Portland tod )11.80a.m
fl 10 p.m j way point f 10.80 p m
Lttv ASTORIA Arrtvt
ITM a in fur BfMlJiTDirwt f fi.20 p.m
Leav ASTORIA Arrtv
S.fiflp.m (Steven, Blle
10 5 a. m
jor Astoria direct 12-fo P-
'SSASIDB . Arrlvt
Bloverii. Ham- V
) 7.20 r.ra
mond,Atoria ) 7.20 p.
Additional train lwvaAatorU daily
at 11.10 a. m. for all point on Ft
Btvn Branch, arriving Ft Stvn
12.80 p. rrv, returning, Uavt Ft Stv
h at 100 p. m., arivlnf Aitorla 141
All train maka cloat connections at
Oobla with all , Nortbtrn Pacifl
tralna to and from tha East and Sound
. C. HAYO,
Qantral Frlght and psngr Aftnt
and Union Pacific
70 houra from Portland to Cblcafo.
No chanit of car a,
9; Ma. m.
Halttaka, Denver, ft
h onn, umaba, Keo-
MJLA Ml. HI I ...(.
t tiinmu ana the East
l:t l. m.
Mult Lata, l)wnr yd
h orui. Omaha. Kan.
Cinravo and theKaat
Walla Walla, fowl.
I..M U t.
poll.. Mt I'aul, imluthl
7 il6 a m
OCEAN AND RIVER SCHEDULE
All aalllriff datea aubject to Chang.
For San Francisco vry flva days.
of in Hun
Columbia River to
Portland and Way
Direct Line to St. Louts World's
Sttamar Nahcott leaves Aatorla on
tha tlda DAILT FOR ILWACO,
connecting tbtra with tralna for Long
Beach, Tioga and North Beach points.
Returning arrlvta at Aatorla sam
Through ticket to and from all prin
cipal European clttea.
O. W. ROBERTS. Atant
si's 8LPEps!a Capssfej
Vorloflammatioa or Catarrh
ct th Bladd.r and
Kldsa. Mo our BO p.jv
Car. attloUf and Fwaa
Ba.ly th wont eaot ot
4Jon.rrha and UlMl,
so matter of how Ion, iUttd.
Inc. AtwoluUIr kamlMt.
Buld br drafl.tik irioa
Sl.oa, or br a. poitpatdt
thi uiTAi-nreii ea,
Sold by Cbaa. Roger. 4S0 Commarolal
A DIRECT LINE
to Chicago and all pointa aaai Loula
vllie, Mempbta. New OrUana, and nil
Sea that your ticket reada via tha
Illlnola Central R. R. Thoroughly mod
arn trains connect ith all tranacontl
nental Una at St. Faut and Omaha.
If your frlanda are coming watt lot ua
know and wo will uoU them direct
the specially low rates now In effect
from all aatara point.
Any Information ae to rates, route,
to., cbrerfully given on application.
B. H. TRUMBULL, Commercial
Agent 141 Third etrtet Portland, Or.
J. C. LXND8ET, T. F. P. A., lit
Third street Portland, Or.
P. B. THOMPSON, F. A. P. Ah
ASK TUB AGENT FOR
To Spokane, St Paul, Minneapolis,
Duluth, Chloago, St Louia, and all
pointa aait and aouth.
2 OVERLAND TRAINS DAILY Q
The Flyer and 1 he Fast Mail L
UP TO DATE EQUIPMENT
Daylight trip aereia tha Cascade and
. Rooky Mountain.
For tlcketa. ratea foldera and full In
formation call on or addreaa
City Ticket Agent
132 Third Street. Portland, Or.
a O. TERKES. O. W. P. A-,
613 Flrat Avenue, Seattle, Waah.
A GOLDEN OPPORTUNITY
See' nature in all be glorloua beauty,
and then tha acme of mun's handi
work. The flrat la found along the line
of the Denver A Rio Grande Railroad,
th latter at the St Louie WorWa
Fair. Tour trip wll' be ona of pleaa
ure make the moat of It For Infor
.nation and llluatrated literature write
W. C. McBRIDE, Gen. Agt,
: Portland, Ot. '
Speelal Exeunion to tha Werld'e
The Denver ft Rio Grande, in con
nectlon with the Mteeourt Paclflo, will
run a series of personally conducted
excursions to the world's fair during
June. Theso excursions will run
through to St Louis without change
ut cars, making short stops at principal
points enroute. The first of thea ox
curaion will leave Portland Juno 7th,
and the second June 17th. The rat
from Astoria will be M7.B0 t6 St LouU
and return. Excursionist going via
the Denver A Rio Grand have the
privilege of returning via a different
route. This is the most pleasant way,
a well as the most delightful route, to
croas the continent The stops ar
ranged give, an opportunity to visit
the various points of Interest In and
about Salt Lake City, Denver and
Kansas City. If you wlab to accom
pany one of these excuralons write at
one to W. 0. McBride, 114 Third
atreet Portland, for sleeping car reservations.
The Northern Paclflo Railway Com
pany will place round trip tickets from
Portland to St Louis and return on
account of the world's fair oa sale as
June 16th, 17th aid 18th.
July lot 2nd and Srd.
August 8th, 8th and 10th.
Sept 6th, 6th and 7th.
October 3rd, 4th and 6th.
The round trip rate to St Louis and
return from Portland will be 167.60.
Tickets will be good for return via any
A round trip rate of I7J.G0 will also
be made from Portland to Chicago and
If a passenger desires to take In both
Chicago and Bt Louis the round trip
rate will be $76.00.
All tickets will be good ror 00 daye
from data of sale. Tickets will be
good going ten days from date of sale
so that a limited stop-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
lines, but if paaaenger wishes to re
turn through California tickets can be
aold accordingly, but at an Increased
rate of flS.SO added to above.
For any additional information de
aired, call or addreas A. D. Clkrlton,
Assistant General Paaaenger Agent
Uorthern Paclflo Rr, 256 Morrison
street corner of Ird. Portland, Or.
DREAD DISEASE CONQUERED.
French Phyelolan Haa New Cure for
United Bute Consul Harnes at
Rouen, France, reports to the state
department a new consumption cure.
A combination of medicine, electricity
and the X-ray was discovered by Dr.
Cunus of Rouen. Haynes writes to
the etate department as follows:
"At th doctor's Invitation I vlnlted
his consultation room and saw his
method. A patient entered who the
physicians had said two months before
could not live 10 days longer. He
had ben under Dr. Canus treatment
for six weeks and was gaining in ap
petite, weight and strength.
"He wa first placed upon an operat
ing table, where the usual saline solu
tions were Injected. Afterward he
was seated upon an Insulated table
and electricity was passed through
him for some minutes by attaching
poles to metallic plates fastened to
his breast and buck. During this time
sparks could be drawn from any part
of bis body.
"This finlahed, the patient Inserted
the small end of a conical-shaped tube
In his mouth. Into this tube was put
a small broom, previously dipped Into
the necessary medicaments for the
healing of the lungs or whatever or
ganism was affected, and through It
the man's body and an X-ray globe
In the rear went an electric current
carrying with It the medicinal ele
ments from the broom."
rime) Card oi Trains
SUget Sound Llm!td.T:!8 am 1:46 pm
Kansas CUy-St Loal
Special 11:10 am 1:46 pm
North Coast limited 1:6 p m T:M a as
Tacoma and Seattle Night
Express 11:45 pm 1:06 pa
Take Pugt Bound Limited ot North
Coast Limited for Gray's Harbor points
Take Pugt Sound Limited for Otyn
Take Puget Sound Limited or Kan
sas Clty-St. Louis Special for polata
on South Bend branch.
Double dally train service oa Gray's
Four trains dally between Portland,
Tacoma and Seattl
TRAVEL IS GENUINE PLEASURE ON
Baltimore S Ohio R. R.
ROYAL BLUE TRAINS
Chicago and New York
, via WASHINGTON, D. C.
Finest and Fastest series 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.
B.' EI, AUSTIN, General Pass. ASt- - Chlcsto, III.
WAY TO TIME EGG BOILING
Spanish Cook Saya Her Prayera and
Produces Just What la Wanted.
"Moat people boll eggs by the min
ute, but they don't always use a clock
to time themBelves," said the man who
knows how to keep house. "I have
friends who still cling to an hour glass
as the surest means of cooking eggs
to the dealred turn. But even that
method is too conventional for some
1 had a Spanish cook In Brazil who
said her prayera over the boiling eggs.
I don't know what she said and I doubt
If she knew, but she drawled out some
kind of rigmarole that took just enough
time, from start to finish, to cook the
'Then we had another cook out In
the country who Insisted upon combing
her hair while she was getting break
fast Personally I objected to the prac
tlce, but as she was the only help we
could get Just then we were obliged
to put up with It Indeed, we were
doubly reconciled when we learned
Mary's principal reason for grooming
herself at that particular time.
'She timed the boiling of the eggs
by the whacks of the brush. One nun
dred strokes down the length of her
flaxen hair indicated a well-done
mealy egg. She had evidently had
practice In the art before coming to us,
for not once, when the eggs were cook
ed according to her rule, were we
obliged to send them away underdone.
"Then there was that Dago I struck
up In Connecticut last summer. Gul-
aeppe didn't cook for me, but It was
his duty to scrape up a snack In the
morning far several men In my employ.
Before engaging In his present occu
patlon he had been an expert boot
block and had learned to gauge even
the rising and setting of the sun by
the number of strokes required to shine
a pair of shoes.
When H came to boiling eggs for the
men, he put his knowledge to a prac
tlcul test. The minute the egg struck
the water Gulseppe dropped ail other
ends of the meal and began to shine
shoes for all he was worth. I forgot
how many licks were necessary to In
sure a properly boiled egg, but Gul
seppe knew, and he never overstepped
the limit." New York Times.
A transcontinental trav
eler says: 4'I've tried them
all and I prefer the
It's the best to be found from
coast to coast"
It's " The Train for Com
fort" every night in the year
between Minneapolis, St.
Paul and Chicago.
Before starting on atrip no matter
where write ftr interesting informa
tion about comfortable t raveling.
H.LS1SLER, Central Agent
133 Third St Portland, Oregon.
, T. W. TKASDALK,
General Pactenrer Agent,
bt Paul, Minn.
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To St. Louis and Return
hat 16, rr, it, JOf I, a, AogM 1, 9. W tcf jj
X Man Bait, alany iJ.
The Rock Island System offert two route
to the World Fair City via St. PauL
Minneapolii, and through Scenic Colorado.
No change of can, Ogden to St. Louit and
St Paul to St Louis.
FuO Wbinsties rcqaot.
A. B. If cDowaij), Genera! Alt
MO 3rd Street cor. AMer Strat,
MmamiMmmmmmmm iiiiMJiiju.i.gi4 Vi" si
Generalized Too Much.
Judge Stoddard of New Haven, Con
nectlcut, who has been In the public
eye recently as counsel for the widow
in the Bennett will case. In which
William J. Bryan has been figuring as
an executor and a possible beneficiary,
occasionally livens things up with a
bit of a story.
He told the other day of a young
student at the. Tale Law School who,
on a disputed point of law, had held
out agajnst all the class, and even
against the lecturer who had raised
the point. An appeal was taken to the
dean of the school, and the student
proved to be In the right A natural
result was that the youngster became
so disputatious and opinionated that
he was a general nuisance about Hen
drle hall. At last one of the veteran
Instructors, to wham he appealed to
sustain him In an expressed opinion
that was utterly wrong, put a quietus
on the bumptious youth by caustically
"See here, young man, don't get It
Into your head that Just because you
happened to be right once, you have
earned the right to make a damned
fool of yourself for the rest of your
SUE H. ELMORE
The Largest; Staunchest, Steadiest and most Seaworthy vessel
ever on this route. Best of Table and State Room 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, Saa
Francisco and all pointa East. For freight and passenger
rates apply to
SAMUEL ELMORE & Co.
General Agents, Astoria. Or.
A. ELC. R. R. Co., Portland, Or.
Pacific Navigation Co. Tillamook Or.
O. R. SL N. Co., Portland, Or.
The Southwest Limited Kansas City ; to
Chicago, The Overland Limited to Chicago
via Omaha, The Pioneer Limited St. Paul
to Ghscago, run via - . .
" i - 1
Chicaeo. Milwaukee I & 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. ' ;
I). S. ROWE.
134 Third Street, Pcrtlasa