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THE. MORNING ASTORIAN ASTORIA ORE
SATURDAY, AUGUST , 1905.
AFFAIRS CLOSED IIP
World's Cnlumbian Expositions
Affairs Closed Up.
REQUIRES TWELVE YEARS
Of the $5,550,000 Subscribed for the Ex
position 14 i-s Per Cent has been Re
turned To the Stockholders $10,000
Yet Remains Uncalled For.
Chicago, Aug. 25. After twelve rear
of tedious and painstaking work, the
officials of the world's Columbian Kx-'
position have succeeded in closing up the
affairs of the great world's fair. Presi
dent Harlow X. Iligginbotham and Sec
retary Edmunds must till remain offi
cers of the company, however, a f20,0UO
is on hand belonging to stockholders
who cannot be found.
Of the $5,5000,000 subscribed for the
exposition, 14 1-2 percent has been re
turned to the stockholders.
Has Been at Liberty at no Time Over
Three Months in 34 Years.
Chicago, Aug. 25. After three weeks
of freedom, Frank Punkon, swindler
and general thief, who for 34 years has
been outside prison bars for no time ex
ceeding three momns faces a penitentiary
sentence again. With the charges and
identification of six women who declare
they have been victimized by him since
his releay from the Joliot peniteutiary
on August 2nd confronting him, the man
who- record in criminology is unique,
complacently views his return to prison
and expresses little regret.
The criminal efforts of Punskon are
said to have started within 24 hours of
his completion of a four year sentence in
Juliet. For two weeks the Chicago police
had sought a man known as Frank
Hope, who inserted advertisements in
TO SEE IT NOW
Our Dry Goods Department has undergone a great many changes for
the better of late, f 10,000.00 worth of new merchandise has been added
to our stock, making the depart men taltoget her the most up-to-date in the
Everything is New and Strictly in Keeping With the Present Vogue.
This week we are making our first forma showing of
LADIES' TAILORED HATS
Autumn Dress Fabrics
Come in and see the beautiful new styles that DAME FASHION dic
tates for the coming season.
You've jue,t a few more days to take advantage of our GIGANTIC UN
Tremendous Price Slashing is the Or
der all over the Store. Come and See
Foard 8 Stokes Go,
ASTORIA'S GREATEST STORE.
newspapers seeking the service of
housekeepers aud nurse. Minting with
applicants were arranged in the lobbies
of down town hotel and always resulted
in ihe hiring of the applicants and the
transfer of small amount of money on
some pretext to the nadvertiser, who
represented himself a clergyman.
WILL TUNNEL UNDElc
Construction Will Require Nearly Four
IVtroit. Mich., Aug. 25. Work on the
railroad tunnel, which is to be construct
ed under the IVtroit river between Wind
sor and Detroit, begun today, when a
force of workmen were set to work
sinking the initial shaft on the American
side. While there is still much pre
liminary surveying and testing to I
done, the location of the tunnel is prac
tically decided upon.
The official plue-print of the engi
neers in charge of construction show
that the approach on the Detroit side
will start midway between Fifteenth
and Sixteenth streets on the present
right of way of the Michigan Central.
It is said that the Michigan Central
company will not need to buy a foot of
land in order to build the tunnel, the
present right of way furnishing all
the room necessary.
The actual length of the underground
portion of the tunnel will lie two and
six-tenths miles and the distance from
surface to surface almost exactly three
miles. It is estimated that between two
and three years will be occupied in the
The Detroit River Tunnel company
Was formed through the merger of the
Michigan 1 Canada Bridge A Construc
tion company and Canada 4 Michigan
Bridge t Tunnel company. The officers
of the new company are: President.
W. F. -Xewman, New York; vice presi
dent. H. T. Ledyard, IVtroit; secretary,
D. W. Pardee, Xew York; treasurer,
Charles F. Cox, Xew York.
Enjoy Columbia River Scenes
Cm the decks of the fast steamer Tele
graph, leaving Callender dock, Astoria,
for Portland, daily, except Friday, at 2
P. M. Sundays, at 2:30 P. M. You
reach Portland in ample time for a stroll
or for an evening's visit at your friend's
New York Hospital Discovers Cure
For Dreaded Disease.
VEGETABLE JUICE IS USED
The Juice of Potatoes, Beets, Onions,
Etc, Given in Proper Dose Is An
nounced by New York Post Graduate
Hospital as a Cure for Consumption,
Xew York, Aug. 25. Physicians of this
city are much interested in a circular
issued yesterday by the Xew Vork Post
tiraduate hospital announcing the (lis
eovery of a new cure for consumption
This new remedy is the juice of raw
table vegetable potatoes, beets, cah
huge, onions, celery and the like, pro
cured by grinding And squeezing, a dose
lieing two ounces after meals.
Thf statement is made that 11 patients
with well developed pulmonary tuber
culosis have been absolutely cured and
are now good subjects for life insur
ance risks. Fifty other patients are still
under treatment and said to be pro
Experiment along these lines have
been going on at the hospital for severs
years and occasional brief accounts have
been published of cures alleged to have
Accompanying the circular are the
names of two Xew York physicians, who,
it is stated, were appointed by the hos
pitul authorities to observe and report
on the experiments, and they speak in
most sanguine terms of what has been
accomplished and what will doubtless
follow as the work proved.
In addition to applying the raw vege.
table juice as a cure for the most
oltstinate case of consumption, the hos'
pital's circular announces that "it is be
lieved, moreover, that this may lead to
a means by which everybody may be
rendered immune from the dcndlv
tubercle haecili, just as vacciuation safe
guards from smallpox.
It is stated that experiments were be
nun on a small scale, with- only a few
vegetables ground by hand. Ijiter, ma
chinery was introduced and nearly every
vegetable Used us food employed.
TO APPLY FOR RECEIVER.
Members of Royal Arcanum to Organize
For That Purpose.
Hagerstown. Md., Aug. 25. There has
been inaugurated here a movement- in
tended to be national in character
looking to the formation of an organ
ization to lie known as the National
Fraternal Alliance, those at the head
of the movement lieing members of the
roal arcanum, who are di'-fitisfted
with the conduct of affairs of that order.
One of the projectors said that an
object of the new alliance will Ik- to ap
ply as memliers of the royal urcanum.
for a receiver for that organization with
a view to the projs-rty distribution of
the order's large emergency funds to
the beneficiarin of members, whose
deaths occur while litigation is in prog
ress or so long thereafter as any jiortion
of the funds remain.
TO TEST SUBMARINE BOAT.
Plunger to Be Tested in Presence of Pres
ident and Party.
Oyster Bay, Aug. 25. Arrangements
have been completed for the test of the
submarine boat Plunger in the presence
of President Roosevelt. The maneuvers
of the little vessel, it has been decided
tentatively, will take place Saturday
morning in Long Island sound, olf the
entrance to Oyster Bay. They will be
witnessed from the naval yacht Sylph
by the president and Mrs. ltooevelt and
a party of friends.
SESSION OF UNIVERSAL
PEACE UNION ENDS.
Adopts Resolution That Thanks Are Due
Mvstie, Conn., Aug. 23. The thirty-
ninth annual me'eting of the 1'uiversal
Peace union closed today. The follow
ing resolution was adopted: "That the
thanks of the civilized world is due
President Roosevelt for the admirable
and diplomatic manner in which he of
fered the good offices and those of the
government to bring about an armistice
between the belligerent nations of Rus
sia and Japan and paved the way for
A wonderful tonic for the sick and
afflicted. Oet strength, health and hap
piness by using Hollister's Rocky Moun
tain Tea this month. A braacing family
medicine. 35 cents, Teg or Tablets.
MANY YACHTS COMING,
Commodor Todd of the Oregon Yacht
club, lit tt letter, to President Wise of
the Regatta company, states that the
following yachts will be hens during the
regattas tJadlty, Captain Shivery; Nyna
mox. Captain Scott; Albatross, Captain
Shcppard; Xcphyr. t'aptnin Todd; Moon
shiner, Captain Honeymoon; Mischief,
Captain Foster, and the Wauna, Captain
Taylor., The Naiad is already her.
Portland Aug, 23. Oregon and Wash
ington: .Saturday, fair.
CONFINED TO ROOM.
Xew Yorkug. 23. A dispatch from
Baden lUidcti says that W. K. Yauderhilt
is confined to his room at a hotel in that
city. He is said to lie suffering from an
attack of the gout.
NO RACE SUICIDE HERE.
Couple 40 Years Old, Married 18 Years
Have sj Child ren.
Allen town, Pa., Aug. 23. Mr. and
Mrs. Allen C. Depp of Hickory Run,
with the appearance of twins yesterday,
are the parents of 23 children, The par
ents are only 40 years of age and claim
to have the largest family In America,
age considered. They were married 1H
years ago. Six pairs of twins are now
numliered in the family circle. Depp is
employed as a section foreman on a rail
road. TIMBER SALE- POSTPONED.
Secretary of Interior to Give Matter
Minneapolis, .Aug. 23. A special to
the Tribune from Washington says the
big sale of timber on the stump, adver
tised to take place on White Earth res
ervation Scptemtier 3 next, when W.
000,0(10 worth of white and Norway pine,
jack pine and oak was to have been of
fered has lsen recalled.
Judge Thomas Ryan, acting secretary
of the interior, after consultation with
Commissioner of Indian Affairs 1-eupp,
decided to )iotpone the sate and give
the niatter further publicity.
The Astorian, 73 cents a month.
J$ X3he SJvjl,
Good News for
We are showing the latest
IN LADIES NECKWEAR, TURN
OVERS, FANCY COLLARS, Etc.,
Ia Chiffon and Braids.
NEW LINES OF BELTS ARE NOW
Fall Novelties in
Are arriving daily. The patterns are
exquisite, while the prices are low, as
Bee Hive prices always are, consider
ing good quality, etc.
THE NEW FALL STAPLES IN
DRESS GOODS are also in stock.
EXCLUSIVE - STYLES IN LADIES'
FALL COATS AND
Are Ready for Your Inspection,
FALL STYLES ARRIVING DAILY.
In order to close out some remnants
quickly, we have started a
Remnant Sale of
and Outing Flannels
Take advantage of this opportunity
to get some bargains for house
dresses, wrappers, etc.
J0 T5he gsj
CRUSHES INTO DOCK
Steamer F. 0. Kilburn Has Mishap
SMASHES STARBOARD RAIL
'Frisco Liner Meets With Accident on
Arrival at Eipositioa City Steering
Gear Refused to Work . and Craft
Smashes Into Wharf.
Portland, Aug. 24. Coming up the
river Thursday night late the steamer
F. A. Kilburtt crashed into the Portland
Flouring mills dock and lore away a
portion of her starboard rait, but no one
on board was Injured. Captain Harry
Etuken, pilot, was at the wheel at the
time and it was only due to his coolness
and quick work that a more serious re
sult was averted. The Kilburn was
jogging along at a lively rate of speed,
but the engines were reversed in time
to stop the steamer from cutting through
the big timbers of the wharf. Thus she
struck a glancing blow and only a por
tion of the heavy guard rail was ground
to pieces. Failure of the steering gear
to work properly at the eriticul moment
is said, to have la-en the cause of the
No Light Brings Fine.
Seattle, Aug. 25. The Lake Washing
ton steamer Success (m, U-cii fined W.Vt(
for towing logs at night near Mercer
island with no lights on the 'logs and
none displayed on the vessel, with the
exception of a small lantern at the mast
head. The violation was refuted to
Collector Ide by Chief Inspector Loftu.
and Lieutenant Cutter of the revenue
launch Areata, who, while making a tour
of the lake last Sunday night, nearly
collided with a boom of logs Wing towed
by the Success.
Australia Seiied.ia Oritnt.
Washington, Aug. 25. The utate de
partment receive.) a cablegram from
Yokohama today, saying that the ship
Australia, owned by Spreckles, had Wu
seized. The dispatch give no details of
why the ship was seized or anything con
cerning the business in whirh it was en
gaged. Steamer Bants Is Floated.
New York, Aug, 25. The steamer
Itiincs, which went ashore at Jones beach
yesterday, flouted today without assist
ance and came up to the city under her
own steam. It is not thought that the
Banes suffered any serious damage.
Steamer Columbia left out yesterday
with a large number of passenger and a
good cargo for' Nan Francisco. There is
a very slight falling off in tradle appar
ently, the steamers arriving in now do
ing the bulk of the buines. This Would
make it npsar that more js'rson are
coming than going away.
Steamer South Bay, with a cargo of
lumlK-r, left out yesterday for San Frun-ci-co.
TWO IN HOSPITAL.
SUFFERING FROM LOCKJAW
Patients Both Hail From Town in New
Brooklyn, Aiut 24. For the llrst
time in many year two cus-s of lock
jaw have been found hi Ml, Vincent's
Hospital, Manhattan. Both cases arc
from Molina1, X. Y.
Horace McKinlcy, 17 years old, who
ni me from Monroe a week ago, is one
of the victims, He is the son of a pros
perous farmer of Monroe, and while
working on the farm ran a pitchfork
through his toe. His father, Is-couiing
alarmed at his son's condition, sent him
to St. Vincent's hospital to . treated,
When he had Is-en there two days evi
dence of lockjaw developed, and the
puti-toxine treatment was used, so that
now lie is on the road to recovery. The
same time that M Kinlcy entered the
hospital Edward Midey, a Brooklyn
Man, wlai had lieeii spending his vaca
tion at Monroe, also became an inmate
of the institution. He had la-en driving
in a buggy hihI the horse ran away,
throwing him to the ground. He in
jured his knee, and went to the hospi
tal for treatment.
Friday symptoms of lockjaw de
veloped, and the uiili-toxine treatment
was given, but he died last night. The
strange thing is that both cases de
veloped in the hospital, as neither victim
was afflicted on entering.
Copyright I 9 J hf
Hart Schaffner U Mux
We are owning case after case of
Modern Clot hint
For the Fall
At pti'TS that will tempt the most
careful buyer. We would be pleased
to have you come in and look over
our patterns and style.
Our price will be sure to phase,
as they are the lowest possible for
We can offer you good, reliable
suits in d'xens of pattern at
$10, 12.50 and
NOW FOR BETTER GRADES.
You will get the best In the land at
$15 to $30
HUNDREDS OF PATTERNS.
Perfect fit guaranteed or money back.
P. A. STOKES
The Dressy Shop for Drtssy Men.
In last night's Portland Telegram
Woodard, Clarke A Co., the big drug
lii in, do some very yissl advertising for
tiio'rcgatta, in , led ink iitul large type
offering thejiieryi "I ii.injr o the Be
gutta?" The advertisement ! not only
well conceived, but Is in an exiidlent po
sition anil should n"c'implisli n great
deal of good, Woodnrd, Clarke A Co. are
entitled to a vote of thanks.
If you waul p'-nclies, The crop this
year is los than one lomih of its
Commencing Monday, August 2S,
if you are in the market for them, call
on us for
Fine Large Lemon
Cling Peaches Jand
Sweetest and Is-st for canning pur
poses. Damson, Bradshaw and Peach
Plums, Florence and Siberian Crab
Apples, Black Prince, Muscat, Tokay
and Sultana (irapes, Fine Oavenatcin
. BARTLETT PEARS are fast com
ing In, but will soon lie out of sea
son. Inve your orders now and we
will supply you with the best only
at lowest price.
Foard QStolf.es Co.