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About The morning Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1899-1930 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 4, 1904)
ASTORIA, OREGON, THURSDAY, AUGUST 4, 1904.
aU'ii on Pacific
70 houri from Portland to Chicago.
No change of cars.
Depart ''"" Arrive
I'oUlaad Halt Lake, Denver, ft
Hiwtilal Wvrth, Omaha, Kan- 6 33 p m
;U. m. iinCll.HUxiil,
via HuuW Ctil(Mo Ud Uis East
tupr- Salt take, IMVr Fl
Hit P.m. Worth, Omaha, Kau- 7 lit am
via lluuHwaCUy, HiLmiln,
JogUm Ulilomuaud UiaKait
At. Paul Walla Walla. I.ewl-
rant Malt Un.Hwkttllnn
14 p.m. tull.Mtraul, Dulutb 1:00pm
vlaSpo- MHwaukee, Culcago,
fcaua and gasi
OCEAN AND RIVER SCHEDULE
All sailing date subject to chango.
For San Francisco every Art daya
Portland and Way
4 a in
Direct Line to St. Louis World's
Steamer Nahcott leavss Astoria ea
tho Ude DAILY FOR ILWACO,
connecting Ultra with train tor Long
Catch, Tioga and North Beach points.
Returning arrives at Astoria wu
Through tickets to and from all prln
hi ll European cities.
O. W. ROBERTS, Awnt
A transcontinental trav
eler says: " 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 slatting on a trlp-no matter
where writ for InU'rwtliU m forma
tluo about comfortable traveilug.
H.LSiSLER, Gtntr.t Agent ,
133 Third St Portland, Oregon.
T. W. TKA8DALI ,
General Pmninfi-r Agent,
Ml Paul, Ulna.
Leave PORTLAND Arrive
B.uOa.iu i Portland Union 11.10a. m
7,00 p.m ( depot for Astoria ' 0.40 p.m
Ltavs ASTORIA Arrive
7.45 a'tn ( for iOTiml and ) 11.36aTra
6 10 p.m wsy points 10.30 p m
; SEASIDE DIVISION
Leave ASTORIA Arrive
Kl3a.in( : I 7.40 a,m
11.30 a.m for Warrwitoo, 10.30 a,m
11.35 a.m Haminood. Ft 4.00 p.m
6.50 p.m Stevens, Seaside 0.50 p.m
8 65 p.m I I
0.15 a. oi
Bteveria. If am
' 4: Flavel i - ?
Dally except Saturday.
I Saturday onir.
All traina make close connections at
Gobi with ail Northern Paclfl
trains to and from the East and Sound
General Freight and passenger Agent
ASIC THE AGENT FOR
Te Spokane, St Paul, Minneapolis,
Ouluth, Chleage, St Louie, and all
, points eset and south
2 OVERLAND TRAINS DAILY Q
The Flyer sod The Fast Mill
UP TO DATE EQUIPMENT
Daylight trip seret the Caseade and
For tickets, rates folders and full la
formation call on or address
City Ticket Agent
122 Third Street Portland, Or.
S. 0. TERKES, G. W. P. A
(12 First Avenue, Seattle, Wash.
The Grotto handles nothing but
straight liquors; no blended goods In
a tba Hlad.lrt aad DUmm4
HMnaya. no ra so ay.
vim antaair aaa rai
aBtlr iba von eua
ao naiHiroi low loaf ataao.
Int. Abaolntalir kanalaaa
Bald br draratete. i-rtM
fl .ofl, or by mi I. poatDald,
Wl lAITAl-Knil tO,
Bold by Chaa. Rogers, 451 Commercial
TRAVEL IS GENUINE PLEASURE ON
Baltimore & Ohio R. R.
ROYAL BLUE TRAINS
Chicago and New York
via WASHINGTON, D. C.
Finest and Fastest series of traina 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,7J, AUSTIN, General Pass. A$t- - CtiScnfo, 111.
$20.70 CHICAGO TO BOSTON, MASS,
Via the Baltimore A Ohio Rslfrosd.
Tickets good leaving Chicago August
12, 12 and 14. valid for return until
August 20, subject to extension to Bop
tember 30 on payment of a fee of SO
cents. Stopover at New York, Phil
adelphia,' Baltimore and Washington,
D. C. For through rates apply to your
ticket agent at your home city. For
full particulars send for circular to
Peter Harvey, Pacific Coast Agent San
The World's Pair Route.
Thoee anticipating an eastern trip,
or visit to the Louisiana purchase
exposition at St Louis, cannot afford
to overlook the advantages offered by
the Wssurl Pacific Railway, which, on
account of Its various routes and gate
ways, has been appropriately named
"The World's Fair Routs."
Passengers from the northwest take
tho Missouri Pacific trains from Den
ver or Pueblo, with the choice of either
going direct through Kaneas City, or
via Wichita, Fort Bcott and Pleasant
Two trains dally from Denver and
Pueblo to St Louis without change,
carrying all classes of modern equip
ment Including electrlo lighted obser
vation parlor caXe dining cars. Ten
dally trains between Kansas City and
Write or call on W. C. McBrlde, gen
sral agent 124 Third street, PortUnd,
for detailed Information and Illustrat
A DIRECT LINE
to Chicago aM all points tast; Louis
vUle, Memphis, New Orleans, and all
points south. . Ui
TIME TABLE T. J. POTTER
TUTT? Iave P. M. P. M. Ap-Tpo Arrive Leave Arrive .
POKTI- Arrive Leave A Atorla Aatorla PorUand
1904 LAND Aat'rla Aaf rla "ff0 gffi P.M. P.M. A. M,
Tuei.Ana. 2 9.00am S.OO 8.00 4.15 fl.OO 7.15 7:15 2:25 '
Wed. ,f 8 9.00 am 8.00 8.00 4.15 6:45 8.00 8:00 8:00
Tlnirs. " 4 9.00 am 8.00 8.00 115 7:30 8:45 8:45 8:45 (
Friday " 5 8.00am 8.00 8.00 4.15 8:00 9:15 9:15 4:15 ,
Sat " 6 1.00pm 7.00 7.00 8.15 .... .... .... ....
Son. " 7 .... .. 8:00 9:15 9:15 4:15 t
G. W. ROBERTS, Afjt.,0. R. U N. CO.
Bet that your ticket reads via the
lUlhois Central R. R. Thoroughly mod
era trains connect with all t ran scon tl
nental lines at St. Paul and Omaha.
It your friends are coming wt ct as
know and wa will quote them direct
the specially low rates now In effect
from all eastern points.
Any Information as to rates, routes,
etc., cheerfully' given on application.
B. H. TRUMBULL, Commercial
Agent 142 Third street Portland. Or.
J. C. LINOS EY, T. F. P. A., 142
Third street Portland, Or. .
P. B. THOMPSON. F. A. P. JL,
iniiiinmaiiiiiiiuiu, jmiMLu. i.Jiyi... ,tw imiui.wi..iji
GREEN GOODS MEN ARE
, VERY HARD TO CONVICT
Inspector Vlckery, Formerly of Cin
cinnati, Ohio, Telle About the
Methods of Crooks.
Commercial Tribune: "The only
way to convict a 'green goods' man 1
to catch him In the act of dealing with
his victim, and this Is not an easy
matter," is a statement made by Chief
Ptwtofflce Inepector Vlckery.
He says It Is an error to suppose
that the "green goods" men are run
to earth by the secret service officers
of the treasury department. This
class of work Is done by the postofflce
Mr. Vlckery asserts that no "green
goods" man ever has a dollar of coun
terfeit money In his possession; that
be uses genuine money, and turns the
exact amount promised over to his vic
tim. That the latter never succeeds
In getting away with the good money
Is proved by the complaints received
and investigated by the Inspector.
In the event they are caught In the
act of dealing with their victim the
penalty Is light, and the swindlers can
(ford to put up the amount of ball
and then forfeit It The only charge
that can be brought against them la
fraudulent use of the malls, and this
offense Is punishable by Imprisonment
for a term not exceeding 18 months.
In speaking of the "green goods" op
erators, Mr. Vlckery eays:
"It Is generally supposed that the
secret service officers of the treasury
department handle this kind of com
plaints, but such Is not the case. There
Is no violation of the treasury laws,
but there Is a violation of the postal
laws, Inasmuch as the operators use
the malls for fraudulent purposes.
CHINESE AID THE JAPS.
Contribute to Fund of Lsdies' Protec
tive Astooistion. .
QONQ TO THE FAIR,
What to Do If Vou Desire Praotieal
If you contemplate visiting tho St
Louis Exposition, to secnr reliable in
formation as to railroad service, the
iowest rates and the best routes. Also
as to tho local conditions In St Lou!-,
hotels, tc, tic. . .
If you will write the undersigned,
stating what information you desire
the same will bo promptly furnished.
If we do not have It on hand, wiD
secure it for you if possible, and with
out any expense to you. Address
a H. TRMBULL,
AYLIGI1T RIDE v
A GOLDEN OPPORTUNITY
Sea nature in all ho glorious beauty,
and then the acmo of man's handl
work. The first is found along the line
of tho Denver & Rio Grande Railroad,
the latter at tho St Louis World's
Fair. Tour trip wit! bo one of pleas
uremake tho most of it For lnfor
nation and Illustrated literature write
W. C McBRlDE, Gen. Ag't.
lime Card oi Trains
ruget 8ound Llmlted.7:28 a m 1:41 pro
Kansas Clty-St, Loots
Special u: am l:tt pm
North Coast Limited 2:2 o n T:M a m
Tacoma aad Seattle Night
Express U:45 p m 1:03 f a
Take Pugtt Sound Limited Of North
Coast Limited for Gray's Harbor points
Take Puget Sound Limited for Otym
Take Puget Sound Limited or Kan
sas City-Bt Louis Special for pobatt
on South Bend branch.
Double daily train oervloa oa Gray's
Four trains dally between Portland,
DON'T GO TO ST. LOUIS
H. S. ROWE,
The only direct route to . tho St
Louis world's fair and the East is
via the O. R. ft N. and Union Pacific.
The folowlng rates apply from As
To St Louis and return... 287.S0
To Chicago and return 72.60
To Chicago, returning from St
Louis or vice versa 70.00
To Chicago, returning via St
Louis or vice versa .......... 72.60
Returning via California, $13.50 ad
For further particulars, call on or
address G. W. ROBERTS,
Agent O. R. & N. Co, Astoria,
Portland Telegram: Local Chinese
are Indirectly aiding the Japanese gov
ernment In Us war with Run-la. Near
ly $500 has been subscribed by Port
land Chinamen to the Ladles' Patriotic
Association of Japan, Which has for
Its object the protection of the widows
and orphans of Japanese soldiers killed
In the war against the czar. The head
office of this association Is at Kudan-
zaka, KoJImachl-ku, Toklo, Japan, and
the president Is Princess Hlsako Iwa
The movement was agitated here
but recently and a number of Port
land's leading Chinese merchants im
mediately subscribed sums ranging
from 210 to 129 for the new associa
tion. Princess Kan-in, of the imperial
family of Japan, is honorary patroness
and superintendent and all relief work
and distribution of funds are done un
der her direction, she having more
power In the association than the pres
ident herself. In the regulations of the
association the objects of it are stated
and the members divided into three
classes honorary members, composed
of members of the Imperial house; spe
cial members, who pay 2 yen a year
for ten years, or who make a single
payment of IS yen or more, and ordin
ary members, who pay 1 yen a year
for ten years, or who make a single
payment of 7 yen or more. A yen
Is equal to 99 cents in United States
The new association, of which many
Portland Chinese, as well as Japanese,
have become members, is in no way
connected with the Red Cross Society
of Japan, although both societies will
work In harmony. The government of
Japan la at present unable to perform
the work the new .society was organ
ized for, on account of the tremendous
fight it is waging against Russia. Con
sequently the Ladies' Patriotic Asso
elation will endeavor to care for the
widows and orphans of JP"8? evl
dlers until the government relieves it
of the task.
Quite a number of Japanese have
also become members of the associa
tion, and it is estimated the money
contributed to It In purchasing mem
berships from Portland alone will ag
gregate $700 or 2S00 and more is ex
pected. All of this money is turned
over to the local Japanese vice-consul,
M. Alba. He In turn forwards it to
the office of the association at Toklo
OFFICERS FEARED TRACV.
Msnhunter From Colfax 8ys Pursu
ers Were Rank Cowards.
Portland Journal; In the opuuun
A. B, Bromdan, of Colvllle, Wash.,
rank cowardice was shown by a num
ber of officers of the law during the
hunt for Harry Tracy, the convict out.
law, at the time his exploits In King
county were keeping his name before
the whole civilized world.
Bromdan is one of the men who
chased Tracy through eastern Wash
ington and broke his leg with a rifle
bullet, causing him to crawl into a
wheat field and commit suicide. He
reeclved a part of the reward paid for
killing Tracy. The man hunter was
at the county jail yesterday and was
conducted through the institution by
Deputy Sheriffs Parrott and Grussl. .
"There is no question but that rank
cowardice was shown by many of the
officers and citizens searching for
Tracy," said Bromdaa "There were
a number of occasions when a coot
nerve and determination to kill Mm
would have resulted in his career end
ing suddenly. Some of the men look
ing for him would not have had the
nerve to pull a trigger had they lain
behind a log and drawn a bead on the
convict while he was sleeping. :
"A stellar instance of cowardice was
at Fremont, a suburb of Seattle, where
Policeman Breese was killed by Tracy.
One of the officials lay behind a fence
there, with Tracy walking two or three
feet behind two men, whom he kept
quiet with revolvers, and was afraid
to shoot him.
"Breese's action In calling him to
throw up bis hands was foolhardy in
the extreme, as capture meant certain
death to Tracy, and Breese knew he
would not be taken alive. Besides, it
was shown afterward that Breese's re
volver had not been cleaned or oiled
for so long that the hammer would not
cock nor the cylinder revolve."
"Tip T '"-vn '.,!
' Puts an End Is It All. ""S
A grievous wail oftimes comes as a
result of unbearable pain from over
taxed organs. Dizziness, Backache.
Liver complaint and Constipation. But
thanks to Dr. King's New Life Pills
they put an end to It alL They are
gentle, but thorough. Try them. Only
25c. Guaranteed by Chas. Rogers"
Tho 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
August 8th, 9th and 10th.
Sept 5th, Sth and 7th.
October 3rd, 4th and Sth.
The round trip rate to St Louis and
return from Portland will be $47.60.
Tickets will be good for return via any
A round trip rate of $72.50 wIU also
be made from Portland to Chicago and
If a passenger desires to toko in both
Chicago and St Louis the round trip
rate wiU be $76.00.
All tickets will be good for 90 days
from date of sole. 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 pasnengers can stop at their pleas
ure west of the Missouri river or St
Paul. These rates apply via direct
lines, but if passenger wishes to re
turn through California tickets can be
sold accordingly, but at an Increased
rate of $12.60 added to above.
For any additional Information de
sired, call or address A. D. Charlton,
Assistant General Passenger Agent
Uorthern Paclflo RyH 25S Morrison
street corner of 2rd. Portland, Ore.
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Leaves Astoria Every Wcdaesday Returning Saturday
The Largest; Staunehest, Steadiest and most Seaworthy vessel y
ever on una route. JDesioi laDie and state Koom 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 Etesre O Con Gen'I Agtei, Astoria, orea
A.&C.R. R. Portland, Oregon
Pacific Navagation Company, Tillamook, Oregon
0. 11. & N. Company, Portland, Oregon
If your ad doesn't pull, why not ap
ply the corrective and get one that
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MARVEL ttftdriiag Spray
et Mot Convanient.
U UMSsHte iMtsara If,
The Southwest Limited Kansas City to
Chicago, The Overland Limited to Chicago
( , via Omaha, The Pioneer Limited St. Paul
to Chscago, run via .
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.
. S. ROWE.
134 Third Street, Portltad