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About The morning Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1899-1930 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 16, 1904)
ASTORIA, OREGON, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 16.
BEVERLEY - - Geo. Barr McCutcheon
THE AFFAIR AT THE INN -
- - Kate Douglas Wiggin
.1. N. GRIPPflM
The Best Restaurant
RffulirMcili. 25 Ceett
Sunday Dlnntr a Specialty
. Emrytblaftbe Market Afforda
Palace Catering Company
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ANDREW ASP, BLACKSMITH.
Having Installed a Rubber Tiring Machine of the
latest pattern I am prepared to do all kind of work
In that line tt reasonable price. Telephone 291.
CORNER TWELFTH AND DUANE STREETS.
BEfZEALAP FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY
Of Now Zealand
W. P. THOMAS, Mgr., San Francisco,
UNLIMITED LIABILITY OF SHAREHOLDERS
11 aa boon Underwriting on the Pacific Coast for twenty-five years.
ELMORE CO., Sole Agents
v VII 11 1U1 iZ3 Beer.
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 road via the Chicago, Milwaukee &
St. Paul Railway.
H. S ROWE.
134 Third Street, Portland
Garment Makers' Union Will Try
to Induce Sanitary Method;
MUST NOT TAKE WORK HOME
Mecretary of L'ulon Claim Weal
thy Women Wear Custom
Made Clothe Made in
Filthy Bedroom. '
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New York, Oct 15. Directed
afalnet the manufacture of clothing
In bedroom and kitchen of tenement
bouaea, a general atrlke la threatened
by the Ladle Garment Makera In
The general aecretary of the union
ha announced that atrlke will be or
dered against all Fifth avenue women1
custom tailor who compel workmen
to take their work to the tenement
houae quarters where they live.
The strike will be ordered to com
pel the manufacture of clothing In
sanitary and properly lighted and
ventilated work rooma rented or built
by the employer,'' ald the aecretary.
"I am of the opinion that If the
wealthy women who patronize cue
torn tailor knew the conditions
under which a good deal of their
clothing la made they would be a an
zloua a we are to bring about a re
volution In the industry by refusing to
patronize any except the firm which
have their clothing manufactured in
"The workmen employed In the
manufacture of wealthy women' rid
Inn and etreet dresses are paid very
low wage and na a consequence live
In the worst and most unsanitary
tenement houses. They must take
their work home and finish it in
anunlld. unsanitary, disease Infected
bedroom and kitchen.
"In addition to Insisting on the
manufacture of the clothing In sam
tary workshops, the union will de
mand a minimum scale of $21 a week.
strikes will be ordered wherever the
demand Is refused."
M. ,ppar" 10 wom ,nt0 th 'ma
terial The proces Is a secret one, bat
It commercial utility and value are al
ready aserted, since it can be employ
ed for curtain, screens or theatrical
COMMEND BISHOP POTTER.
National Liquor-Dealers Pats Reso
lutions, St. Louis, Oct. 15. Uy virtue of a
resolution adopted at the convention of
the National Liquor Dealers' Associa
tion, It has beeen declJed to amalga
mate that association with the Knights
of the Royal Arch and the Knight
of Fidelity, the name of the combined
organizations to be the National Liquor
League. . , ,
Resolutions were adopted commend
ing Bishop Potter for hla action In
dedicating a New York saloon. The
resolutions advocate a reduction of the
tax on whiskey and also a reduction
of the tax on imported wines and
Oaly Aaaerleaa lyatem of Ita Klu
Will Overate la Maaaacaaactte.
nail, Man., la to bave Hie first and
only trackless trolley system In tb
United BUtes, says the Boston Journal.
It will run from Nantasket point,
distance of two and a half mile, over
The trackless trolley is the latest sys
tem of passenger transportation and
la In successful operation in Germany
It Is nothing more than a number of
electric automobile running between
given point on a regular schedule. In
stead of the automobile carrying stor
age batteries to aupply power to run
I Steamer SUE H. Eli.i3RE"
I Leaves Astoria Every Wednosday Peturning Saturday
, I The Largest; Staunchest. Steadiest and most Seaworthy vessel
ovai rm lliio vaiita Raof rt Tor.! onrl Rtnfn Pm A rtftAwwA.
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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 6 Co. Gen'l Agtsi, Astoria Ore.
A. & C. It. II. Portland, Oregon
Pacific Navagattoh Company, Tillamook, Oregon
O. It. & sN. Company, Portland, Oregon
trackless tbollxt cab.
the motor propelling the carriage the
power 1 upplled by a double trolley,
one wire carrying the negative and th
other the positive current 1 The car-
riages can run all over the road, pass
each other without interference and
will be noiseless, clean and can be
topped almost Instantly.
There ha been much complaint over
th operation of the trolley system Jn
Hull. The railroad commissioners have
been asked to remedy the difficulty and
have failed to give satisfaction to th
residents of the town. The trackless
trolley will not come under their Juris
diction, and no rails need be teid. The
highway commissioners may have a
little something to say about how they
hall use the road, however.
It wa learned recently that the car
riage to be used will seat forty peo
ple and will resemble Tory much, the
big automobile used by a Boston linn
In touring the city, .
OCTOBER 8UN8ET MAGAZINE.
Gives Fin Pictures of California Life
Gen. MacArthur and other army of
ficers describe the recent military ma
neuvers In California, each article
being profusely Illustrated with half
tones, and colored drawings by Ed
ward Cucuel. Interesting articles on
California and Oregon, How Olive Oil
Is Made, How Almonds Are Grown,
and fine descriptions or Plumas and
Sutter, two great California counties.
224 pages of articles, western stories,
sketches and verses. 10 cents a copy.
Tou can buy Sunset Magazine at all
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I TOBACCO. ETC.
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the best salve on earth. 25c at Chas.
Rogers' drug store.
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 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. M, AUSTIN, General Pass. At- - Chicago. III.
World's Fair Rates Extended.
Through the efforts of the GREAT
NORTHERN RAILWAY, world's fair!
excursion tickets will be sold on Oc
tober 27, 28 and 29, In addition to Oc
tober S, 4 and 5. For full Informa
tion apply to any Great Northern agent
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I have beta waak sad sickly for tbe past fow yaars,
eanacd by Imfoiarity and canltamew ragardtug the
Uwi of bealtb, bat about Sva uoctha aao a eouditioa
became rerj aeriona. I had arrer backacbo and nSr
a eomtmni aau pain in my baad. I apeak waary,
bmjm, aoa miwraui, nratas Bights. XM Ooetor KM aat
that I mast bar paUanea.
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relict and a I had been told of lb eanUir oaaUUM of
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heal th Improved my other troablas ware giadwhUr
Wlneot Cardai I decided to tar IL
i ioana um reiierea ma or pais.
mtnisbed and after B'
weeki' net of th Win A. ' .
of Cardai I. was once 7L 7. 7
mora a well and happy
Wine of Cardai regnlate the menstrual flow, banishes heaaehct,
backaches and bearing-down pain. Sarere headache, barinf-dowa
pain, indigestion, loss of appetite and narronsnes art symptom jf
female weakness and honld be girea prompt attotion. If joa an
troubled with menstroal irregnlaritie do not let them run on. They
will certainly grow into dangerous and chronio trouble. Get a kottl
f Wine of Cardai and begin treatment at once.
All druggists sell $4.00 bottle of Win of Caidni.
rhotoa-raphlna; oa Llaoa.
Some Interesting demonstration
hare been carried out In London with
a new photographic art material call
ed "photolinol." Thi fabric 1 com
posed of linen, which 1 thoroughly per
meated with the photograph, produc
ing a high tranalucency. One rery pic
turesque effect obtained by thi means
1 that the picture, when colored and
rlewM with a reflected light, bear a
very strong resemblance to an oil paint
Ing, the line of the wearing of the
linen appearing similar to th canvas
la the, painting. Photolinol la water
proof and lndeatrnotlble, while the
Publishes the Associated Press telegraph news
an expensive and exclusive service.
Is the best newspaper in Oregon, outside the
city of Portland.
Has a larger bona fide circulation than any
other newspaper in Astoria and will compare lists at any
time the statement is doubted.
Publishes more news
than all Other Astoria
photograph doe act tad m the ana;