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About The morning Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1899-1930 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 8, 1904)
ASTORIA, OREGON, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 8.
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1 Purchas- i
TRAVEL IS GENUINE PLEASURE ON
Baltimore & Ohio R. R.
ROYAL BLUE TRAINS
Chicago and New York
4 via WASHINGTON, V.C.
Finest and Fastest sorics of trains in the world. Palatial Coach
cm, Pullman Buffet Parlor and Drawing Room Cars.
The Finest Dining Car Service In the World.
Ia operated by tho Baltimore & Ohio Railroad.
B, HI, AUSTIN, General Pass. A$t- - Chicago, III.
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.
n. S Rove.
Steamer "SUE H. ELME"
Leaves Astoria Every Wednesday Returning Saturday
The Largest; Staunchest, Steadiest and most Seaworthy vessel
ever on this route. Bestof Table and State Room Accommo
dations. Will make round trip every five days between
A STO R I A
Connecting at Astoria with the Oregon Railway & Navigation
Co. and Astoria & Columbia River 11. R. for Portland, ' San
Francisco and all points East. For freight and passenger
rates apply to
Samuel Elmore 0 Co., Gen'l Agts., Astoria, Ore.
A. &C. It. II. Portland, Oregon
Pacific Kavngatlon Company, Tillamook, Oregon
O. It. & N. Company, Portland, Oregon
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Full Informidon 00 request
A. H. McDonald, General Ag't,
140 3rd Street, cor. Alder Stmt,
Third Street, Portland
It auM b kind ' pkooejr,
Like ia eddrcetel Coney ,
Or MlU nil o' Hiram, iff Ukt
Anil feel tell vew, by Jingo. ,
l a t boplo' that I km go
Fm I .week or M lo rubber o the Pike.
i-J'A BtllU of the Pike " by Wtlltc Irwla. ' Copy."
righted by CoMer'i Weekly. r-uolUhed bjr peralHtoe.
St. Louis and Return
16, 17, il J0I7 1,,3, Auutl,9,io, lepteabtrf,
October j, 4, j.
Ream Halt, ninety itjt.
The Rock Island System offers two route
to the World'i Fair City v! St. Paul
Minneapolis, and through Scenic Colorado.
No change of can, Ogden to St. Louis and
St. Paul to St. Louis. ,.
Proposal for Fresh Beef and Muttoni
Barrack, Wash., Oct L 1904
Office Chief Commissary, Vancouver
Sealed proposal for furnishing and
delivering fresh beef and mutton for
alx month beginning January 1, 1905,
will be received here and at oftlcei of
Commlesarle at Fort Stevens, Ore.,
Bolae Barrack, Idaho; Fort Casey,
Columbia, Flagler, Walla Walla, Ward,
Wright, Worden, Lawton and Van
couver Barrack, Wash., untU 10 a
nt., November 1, 1904. Envelope con
taining proposal should be Indoraed
"Proposal for Fresh Beef and Mut
ton," and addressed to commissary of
post, to be supplied, or to Major George
B. Davis, Chief Corny.
Office Constructing Quartermaater,
Atorla, Ore., September 24, 1904
Sealed proposal, In triplicate, will be
received at thla office until 10 o'clock
m., October IS, 1904, and then opened,
for clearing, grubbing and grading of
timber land on Military Reservation of
Fort Steven, Oregon. United State
reserve the right to reject an or all
proposal. Plat of area of work can
be seen and specification obtained at
thla office. Envelope should be mark
ed "Proposal for Clearing and Grad
Ing" and addressed Captain Goodale,
Quartermaster, Astoria, Ore.
SON Q TO THE FAIR.
What to Do If You Desire Praetteal
If you contemplate visiting the St
Loul Exposition, to secure reliable in
formation as to railroad service, the
lowest rate and the beat routes. Ale?
a to the local condition In St Louis
hotels, etc., etc.
If you will write the undersigned,
stating what Information you desire
the same will be promptly furnished.
If w do not have It on band, will
secure It for you If possible, and with
out any expense to you. Addre
a H. TRUMBULL.
rims Card ol Train
suget Sound Limlted.7: am l:U pn
Kansas Clty-8t. Louis
Special 11:10 am 1:41 pa
North Coast limited t:N 9 m T: a m
Tacoma and Seattle Night
Express 11:46 pm 1:01 pi
Take Puget Sound Limited or North
Coast Limited for Grays Harbor points
Take Puget Sound Limited (or Otyn
Take Puret Bound Limited or Kam-
sa Clty-Bt Louis SpedaJ for poUta
on South Bend branch.
Double dally train eerrlo on Gray
Four train dally between Portland,
Tacoma and Seattle-
W. P. THOMAS, Mgr., San Francisco.
UNLIMITED LIABILITY OF SHAREHOLDERS
Has been Underwriting on the Pacific Coast for twenty-five years.
ELMORE CO., Sole Agents
Astoria - - Oregon.
You Can Be Cured.
Hot Bfmmos, Am., April , IMS.
When 1 was flrst married I found tht my strength and
health vera gradually diminishing. I beenm. n.rrous
and Irritable, and was in bed a week and sometimes ton
dan of .very month, and had Intent, bearinf down paint.
My hntband had tht bee. phrtioiaa for in. and I eel
his mtdloln. for nrly fonr months, bt I gradually rrtw
wort., had leu strength, and anally, I was unable to rear,
my bed at all. . . ... ,
A friend who was calling on me brought m a botUt pf
Vina of Rardul and was so loud in iU praise that I told
her that I would take It to pleat, her. ' .,
I was surprittd and pleand that Ufore I had ated U bettls I tetOly felt
bettor, so 1 kept on utlntiU KlffhS
bottlet brought back my lott health f tt ttJLQ etXVl
nndttrengtiandlhaTeaothada Sf V
slok day ia tut months. (J
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Mrs. Finnegan had little hope of relief because she knew that svetj
time she had those spells of menstrual (uffering with attendant bearing
down pains she was weaker. And every month the pain was growing
more severe. . . . -
'' But Mrs. Finnegan was cared by Win of Cardui. She is new so
well that there are few women who would not be glad to have the health
she has. And any woman who has those dreaded bearing down pains
can have the same relief.
Tou can be free from menitrsal Irregularities if you take this purs .
vegetable wine. Why don you take it when you see what it has
for others? Secur a bottle of Wine of Cardui today. '
Tour druggist ha $1.00 bottle.
"I here tiea your e1otble Cuetmte and tnt
Sbem perfect. Couldn't do without than, hurt
ft4 lhn t'it eon kin for IndlgPMtoit an4 bll
louneee end ete new eoniplVil, cared. keeoin.
BBena Ui4m lo everyone. Once tried. fo wUl
ever be without tbem In the famllr."
t4wu A. Hen. Albne, .T.
PteMnt. Pnlntnble, Potent, TmU Good, DoOoci,
Ferer Hlrken, Wenaen or (irlD. W, SFe.we. Merer
old In bulk. The f.onlne tnlilet numpeid CtO.
(tnuentuwl to enre or jonr atonef beck.
Sterling Remedy Co., Chicago or N.T. Sot
AIXUAL SALE, TEN K'LUOI BOXES
Scott's SafitJ-Fepslo Capsules
A POSITIVE CUCE
For Icflunnwiloa or CiUrrt
tbe BiuSder ncd I)Imk4
hjt. yia cur bo pj
Can i oalcklf nad Perne,
BeoUy loo wont cm of
Oonnrrho. t njvl
ho BuJi' rof bow Ion it etnueV
torn. A'jeolatelr bnal
Uoil fey draiKlet. trie.
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Hold by CbM. Roirers. 4U Cmnmerclat
A. & C. R. R.
. EFFECTIVE SEPT. 4, 1904.
f vJ The Bowel ,
Leave ' PORTLAND . Arrive
8 00a.m i Portland Union 11.10 a. m
7,00 p.m 1 depot for Astoria) 9.40 p.m
Leave ASTORIA Arrive
7 45 a'm j for Portland and 11.30 a.m
6 10 p.m way pointa 100 pm
Leave ASTORIA Arrive
11 35a for .Seaside Direct 5:20 p.m
Leave ASTORIA. vAiTtve
t8.15a.rn i for Warrenton, ) l0:43a.ui
' Hammond, Ft V
5.60 p.m Steven. Beaaide) 7:40a,m
Leave SEASIDE Arrive
4 :30 p m for Astoria Direct 1 12 :30p.m
Leave SEASIDE. Arrive
6.15 a. m ( foTWarrenionTtl 925 a.m
' Stevens, Ham-
9,30a.m ' monrLAstoria ) 7.20 p.m.
Additional train leave Aatqrla daily
at 11:30 a. m. for all points on Ft
Stevens branch, arriving Ft Steven
12:30 p. tru, returning, leaves Ft Stev
ens at 2:00 p. m,, arriving Astoria 2:45
All trains make close connections at
Goble with all Nortbarn Padfle
trains to and from the East and Sound
I. X MAYO,
General Freight and paaeenger Agent
Further Objeciion Raised to 300
mile Contest for Vander
INJUNCTION IS ASKED FOR
People's Protective Association
of Nanwaa County, X. Y. Starts
Agitation. Claiming Un
constitutionality of Law
New Tork, Oct. 7. Judge Wllmot M.
Smith, of tbe aupreme court sitting
In Brooklyn, ha granted an order to
show cause why an Injunction "should
not be Issued against the Automobile '
Association of America and tbe board
of supervisors of Nassau county an
nulling the -privilege to bold motor car'
races upon the roads of Nassau coun
ty. A subpoena was served upon Pres
ident Whipple of the association, com
mandlng him to appear. Should an,
injunction be issued it will interfere
with the planned 300-mile race to
morrow for a cup offered by W. K.
Vanderbilt Jr. Tbe motion for the.
order was somewhat unexpected to the
race promoters, who believed that af
ter the hearing at the Nassau county
court house at Mlneola last Tuesday,
they had effectually disposed of all
opposition. The motion for the order
was presented by counsel for Secretary
Bennett of the People's Protective As
sociation of Nassau county.
Judge Smith said that he had.
granted the order and made It
returnable today sot that both
sides might be argued and the
set for hearing the contest He said,
that so far aa the board of supervis
ors are concerned in giving the road
privileges for the race they had appar
ently acted upon the law enacted last
winter for the provision of allowing
motor cycle races upon the highways.
The constitutionality of this act is
questioned by Secretary Bennett
BURGLAR CAUGHT AT LAST.
Women and Children, Effect Capture of
Chicago, Oct 1. Pursued by two
women and a score of pupils of the
Marshall high school, Harry Russell,
whom the police call the "Gentleman .
Burglar," and who has been sought for
weeks, has been captured after a chase
covering several blocks. The pursit
was along the streets of the residence
district about Garfield park and fol
lowed an attempt at burglary.
When arrested the man wore kid
gloves, patent leather shoes, a light
overcoat of expensive make, and car
ried a sliver-headed cane. When slei
ed he protested with indignation
against the arrest The police were
puzzled for a few moments, but the in-
slstence of the women pursuers con
vinced them and Russell was taken
to the police station, where later he is
said to have admitted the robbery.
Burglar's tools and false keys were
found in the man's pockets. Several
pieces of Jewerly, supposed to have
been thrown away by the man during
the chase, were found in the street
Russell is accused by the police of .
nearly 20 robberies committed in the
Garfield park district during the last
CHAPEL MARCH UNDER BAN.
Students Would Not
I Salem Journal The student body at
I Willamette University "locked horns"
with the faculty this week in an
amusing manner. From time Imme
morial, ever since old Willamette flrst
started on its . mission of educating
men and women, tbe chapel march
has been one of the features of the
school. This year the faculty, for
some reason, decided to abandon
what they consider & useless prac
tice. The order leaked out before it was
officially published, and the students
prepared to meet the emergency. At
flrst it was agreed that all should stay .
away from chapet but on reconsidera
tion, it was decided to attend, and at
the conclusion of tbe services march
out in spite of the order.
This course was pursued, and when
the student body started to leave the
hall they "fell in line, and' marched
away," much to the consternation of
the professors. The Varsity yell rent
the air, and these tactics were pursued
for three days, when finally the faculty
withdrew the order. . . , . .,
It was a good-natured daah of au
thority, but the students were deter
mined to win, and they feel greatly
elated over their victory?