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ASTORIA, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 20, 1904.
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SENATOR FORAKER MAKES .
GOOD STAND FOR ROOSEVELT
Asserts That He Believes In the Man and
5 His Administration and Once Nomi
nated His Election Is Certain.
Cincinnati. 'Jan. 1. Senator Fora
Br, when asked her today about Geo.
B. Cox's annouiwement ol hl eandl
4acy tor delegate at large from Ohio
to the Chicago convention, aald:
, -I do not care to discuss It beyond
taylng that nobody will question Cox'i
'right to become a candidal for any
honor he may desire at the hand of
the republican party of Ohio."
" Do you think he will haw any op
-It there should be a contest over
the nomination of a candidate tor the
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ttfW.. a I. t Kik tmVtn(l.lH 1t i4a
lllflt in itv wia r
termlne. ' If It thinks me worthy of the
honor, and the sentiment la In favor,
as I think It la. of the nomination of
President Roosevelt, I am an out and
out unquiUllfled supporter of Roosevelt.
jl believe In the man. I believe In his
the strongest candidate who can be
named, and I oeueve, ne wm oe in-
OBSTINATE COUNCILORS HOLD
LEGISLATURE IN DEADLOCK
LARGE LONDON AUDIENCE
HEARS JOE CHAMBERLAIN
Seattle. Jan. II. A special from iday. Five members are sleeted from
Dawson to the Pest-Intelllgencer aayt: jaraong the people , by districts. The
For more than a week the Yukon appointive members, Including the gov-
eounciL the legislature of the British ernor, are all against allowing me me
Yukon, has been In a deadlock. The
governor so utterly despaired of ac
complishing anything with the strong
odds against him that before Christ- to take their seats, and, most of
mortal promulgated by Clarke and
Thompson to come befdre the council.
Clarke and Thompson therefore refuse
mas he adjourned the council until the
first week In January. He may not
attempt to assemble It even at the time
The deadlock is caused by the refusal
t the two elective members of the Daw
on district to sit In the council unless
certain privileges are conceded them
numbers being out of the territory or
at distant points Indefinitely, the gov
ernor Is unable to proceed with special
business tor which the present special
session was called.
If the governor should allow the me
morials to come before the council, the
government forces would refuse to ad
rctMMu " ' I "
A large number of the councilors are opt the memorials as Clarke and
. a sit a wt ml. -im ttam anil w nil Id rDOrt
absent. Joseph Andrew ciarae ami
Dr. Alfred Thompson, members from
the Dawson district, are the men who
are holding out against the govern
ment forces, thereby causing the dead
lock. ..; .
Thompson and Clarke are fighters
from the ground up, and have made
many a stubborn battle In the council
la bold opposition to the attitude of
the governor and the government mem
bers. Their present fight Is to get a
memorial through to Ottawa for certain
reforms desired by the territory. The
most Important clause they wish to
place In the memorial Is the one for the
making of the Yukon council, or legis
lature, wholly elective at the bands of
the qualified voters in the territory.
The government, a year or so ago,
promised that such concession would
be granted about this time, but is not
taking my visible steps to provide such
a privilege. ,
Gov. Fred T. Congdon and five other
government officials in the territory are
.Thompson want them, and would report
adversely at Ottawa, but this would not
prevent Clarke and Thompson from
sending minority report to Ottawa.
Whatever the outcome, may be In the
coming attempted sittings, Clarke and
Thompson have put the government
forces on record aa not allowing the
desired memorials to come before the
council. During the several sessions
of the last year Clarke and Thompson
'attempted to get similar memorials
through, but the documents were al
ways hung up In committee or other-
The special session was called ' to
make an appropriation of $150,000 for
the public works department in the
Yukon. The money Is granted by Ot
tawa, but must be officially appropri
ated for local uses by the ugon coun
cil. CUrke and Thompson, by re
fusing to sit In the councH, prevent
Ithe making of the appropriations and
employes of the departnvnt and firms
furnish In supplies cannot get their
Lonlon, Jan. 19. -The Guild Hull
was packed to suffocation today to hear
Joseph Chamberlain speak. Mr, Cham
berlain received a great ovatUm. He be
gan by declaring that the provincial
centers of commerce of the UUed King
dom had been heard from In regard to
his tariff proposals, but the views of
the --ItUons of London were not yet
known. Me desired to ascertain how
the city men, felt on the subject of his
scheme oefort the opening of parlia
ment, but he regretted Hint owing to Its
nonpolltlcal character the" meeting
would not have the opportunity of vot
ing dli-x-tly for or against hint.
M. Chamberlain, who said he be
lieved the same arguments he used In
the provinces vould appeal equally to
imperialistic London, then proceeded to
reiterate his well-known fiscal views.
He pointed out that while London la
now the collecting house of the world
he doubted if that position could be
maintained If the ancient fiscal sup-'
erttttlon la to be upheld, lletore It
la too late, a lesson should be learned
from the fate of Venice, Holland and
other state, whose greatness vanished
because they had no productive and
creative energy behind them. lndon
will no longer be the world's clearing
house of Great Hrltaln' present rela
tions with her colonies and the great
neutral countrla of the world are dis
turbed by a diminution In the multU
pllclty of the extent of the transactions
which hitherto have been creating
new wealth. Ills opponent claim, lie
said, that the recent board of trade
returns destroy his contentions, but
he Intended to base bs future argu
ments on these returns, as they prove
that the growth of foreign exporta
tion to the British colonies has greatly
exceeded the growth of exportatlons
from the motherland.
The position of Great Britain Is de
teriorating, he declared, and though he
anticipated no Immediate catastrophe.
the situation calls loudly for some rem
edy. The lessons of the past must be
applied and the framewoik of a nw
empire must be built up under new
condltlJis. by adopting the protective
policy adopted by every civilised na
tion and creating new ronds of union
with the colonies.
Although no vote of confidence was
permltted,the extraordinary enthusiasm
of :he Stock Exchange members, wno
escort td Mr. Chamberlain's carriage to
the Guild Hall, the cheers which punc
tuated his speech and the vociferous
applause at the close of his remarks
must have assured the former colonial
secretary that he had the full sympathy
of his audience.
appointive members on the council to-money In the meantime.
CHICAGO THEATERS CLOSED
FOR REMAINDER OF SEASON
Chicago, Jan. 1J. The city council
tonight took an action that will, in all
probability, result In the closing of
nearly all the theaters In Chicago for
the remainder of the present theatrical
season. It convened tonight to con
sider the passage of an act that would
.allow theaters to operate for the re
mainder of this season without being
compelled to fulfill all the requirements
of the ordinance passed last nlght.Man
agers of theaters declared tonight it
would be impossible for them to meet
the demands of the enabling act In
sufficient time to do business during the
remainder of the season, and several
of them declared they had no Inten
tion of trying to re-open their doors,
Save Your Daughter
Ho. 1M Wact Mth fltrmti
Nsw Yor Crrr. N. Y, April S, 10.
Wise at Carta! fcu bMB a bleuinr to mj bom. I W
often found that it ni a gnmt relief wtien 1 ni mnrj or ia
Sin, but I am etpecUllj grateful for what it did lot or
ughir and only child. 1 noticed that her mtnara were
tardy and abe auOcrad with headache and giddincaa, besri
nee In the abdomen and about the lnlna. TTile aerioailr in
terfered with her studies and lb had to diecontiau nevera
A Till tor eallinc oa me and diienulnv the miliar nmmtA th.t r -J i .
of your Wine of rdttl aa It had rlief her daughter of a imilar trouble. After or
daughter had uud It for sreweektl found st
S great Improvement In her look.
and Denanor, id fact ahe waa a d
girt. The flow became regular i
Lara not had any difficulty iince.
Taaucsss, ferasoxa Maaoaiat AeaociATto.
1 found - j
Here the menstrual function had not been properly started and the un
natural condition was making the young girl an invalid. The headaches and
giddiness, indicated something more than a mere temporary ailment They
were symptoms of a functional weakness which would become more and more
aapravated as years went by. But Mrs. Thompson was ready to take advice
for her dauRbter's welfare and she gave the little sufferer Wine of Cardui and
now she ia a well young woman.
If your daughter is sickly and frequently ailing the letter of this good
mother contains the best advice you can follow.
Wine of Cardui is the menstrual regulator that cures nine cases oat of
everyien. lounggins, motnersana aged women find Urn tonic indispensable.
aii oruggurj ten si.w ootues w ine ot uardui.
J. D. McGowan Is over from Mf
D?puty Collector McCue is In Port
land for a few days. ,
T. Thompson, of Portland, was In
the city yesterday.
J. A. Mir-'land. a well known resi
dent of Nahcotta, Is In the city.
Henry Fleckensteln. a well known
Portland business man, was In the city,
John Klernan. the Portland salmon
packer. Is in .he city, looking after
C. B. Harradan, manager of Ross,
Hlgjlns Co.. nt Skagway, Is visiting
In the city for a few days.
Cai-taln C. H. Dunbar, of the bar
dredge Chinook, returned last night
from Portland, where he has been pre
paring for repilra to the vessel.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Carmichael. Mrs.
M. M. Hawkins and Miss M. V. B.
Mlsner, of Hwaco, returned last night
from Portland and will leave for home
New York. Jnn. I, IVad to all Hp
peitriincea. absolutely motlinU. with
only the absence of rigor mortis to tll
anyone but mi expert that they niv
still ttltve, niun and womun, the for
mer In a "living death.' condition tor
nearly throe months and the hitter for
two weeks, are now regarded as the
most remarkable cataleptic putleuln
Now York physicians have had to deal
wfth In many years.-
Of tlie Sons of Ilermtan tihm
( iVIirutefjr 11.
The annual masquerade ball of the
Sons ot Hermann will take place In
Koard Ktokrs hall on Thursday
evening. February 11. Nine handson.e
and durable prises will be given this
year. The committee In thane ot
the bull has ringed the finest music
In tho ctty and the usual good time Is
assured. The prices of admission are
Gent maakers U 00
Lady maskers M
Tickets can be had from any of the
members. An additional prise will be
given this year to one ot the spec
tators. Coupon will be given with
t ilt h ticket and of course the lucky one
gets the prlte.
Karl Gronstadt, of the lighthouse
tender Heather, had an Interesting ex
perlence with on amateur highwayman
at the foot of East Washington street
Portand. Monday night. The thug
teltfiiod drunkness. and as he slaggored
up to his Intended victim ordered his
his hands up. While the thief was
searching Gronstadt's pockets the lat
ter dealt him a well-directed blow on
the Jaw, and before he secured any
thing the thug ran oway and dHap
peared In the darkness.
Fully six Inches of snow fell esrly
yesterday morning. On the down towr
streets, where there Is more heat than
on the hills, the snow did not exceed
three Inches In depth, but hillside real
dents who measured the beautiful
found that It covered the earth to the
depth first named. Last night the
sleighs wert out In numbers and the
merry jingle' of the sleigh bells waa
heard for th first time. Coasting was
also Indulged In.
AN ELEGANT TOILET LUXURY
Used by people of refinement
for over a qu&rter of a century
Fight Will lie Hitter.
Those who will persist In closing their
ear against the continual recommend
ation of Dr. King's New Discovery tot
Consumption, will nave a long and bit
ter fight with their troubIe,lf not end
ed earlier by fatal termination. Read
what T. R. Beall. of Beall, Miss., has
le say: "I-ast fall my wife had every
symptom of consumption. She took
Dr. King's new discovery after every
thing else had failed. Improvement
came at once and four bottles entirely
cured her. Guaranteed by Chss. Rog
ere, drtrggltt. Price 0e. nnd H.W
Trial bottles free.
ASK THE AGENT TOR
. A sure sign of approaching revolt and
serious trouble In your system le nr-
vcMHtess, sleeplessness, or itomaoli up
set. Bleotrlo Sitters will quickly dis
member the troublesome causes. II
never fails to tone the stomach, regu
late th kidneys and bowels, stimulate
th liver and clarify the blood. Run
down systems bentfit particularly end
all the usual attending achee vanish
under It searching and thorough ef
fectiveness. Electric Bitter la only W
cent, and that I returned If It don't
give perfect satisfaction. Guaranteed
by Chaa. Refers, druggist.
SPOKANE, ST. PAUL, DULUTH
MINNEAPOLIS, CHICAGO AND
A Lit POINTS EAST.
For Full Particular. Ratee, Folder,
Etc,, Call on or Address
J. W. PIIALON, H. DICKSON,
Trav. Pass. Agt City Tlckst Agt
121 Third 8treet,-Portland.
til First Avenue, Betttle, Wash
A. a C DENNITON. O. W. P. A.
ASTORIA AND COLUMBIA
LEAVE PORTLAND ARRIVE
8:00 a m Portland Union De- 11:10 am
7:00 p m pot for Astoria and 9:40 m
Way Point (
For Portland and) 11:30 am
Way Point j 10 :M p m
8: It a m Astoria for Waren-j 7:40 a m
11:86 am ton, Flavel Port) 4:00 pm
8:60 p mj Stevens, Hammond10:4( a ra
4:16 a ml
: a ml
Seaside for War-
Steven A Astoria)
kese unyOaotuI re eupenw
to Baitam ot boptuy
Cubebt of Injections andLmu
CURE IN 41 HOURSUwi.
the same diMUei wiuVa
Where do you get shaved now?
On the face, of course. ' r s
What for? ?
At the Occident Baiber Shop
Trie BOSS T0NS0RAL ARTISTS
A LILOW IN THIS RACK.
An overcoat ' a necessary nuisance
and the tendency to tnk It otf on warm
lad day lit late autumn and winter I
s string a It la unwise. A (reach
erous wind hit you In the bar It and
the next morning you have lumbagoi
Rub well and often with Perry Davltr
Painkiller and you will be astonished
to find how quickly nil soreness Is ban
ished. There I but on Painkiller,
SUE H. ELMORE
The Lai-goat; SUmnthost, StofiJiont and raoit Seaworthy vcmcI
ever on this route. Rwitof Table find Stato Koom Accommo
dations. Will inakt round trip every five dayi between
and lt .
Connecting at Astoria with the Oregon Railway A Navigation
Co. and Astoria A Columbia River R. U. for Portland, San
Francisco and all point East. For freight and passenger
rate apply to
SAMUEL ELMORE & Co;
General Agents, Astoria. Oregon
'A. (EL C. R. R. Co.,
O. R. SL N. Co. .
nnnnnttuaaoooatt tin ti n it n ti n n no
All train make close connections at
Oobl with all Northern Paciflo train
to and from the East and Bound point.
J. C. Mayo,
Central Freight and Pass, Agent
8 R. J. Owens, Proprietor
n CIS BROOKE, Manager
CIS BROOKE, Manager
J Great Palace of Art of the Pacific Coast
Fine Bar and (he Best of Liquors and Cigars
SEE THE ILLUSTRATED PICTURES
8 Eighth and Astor Sts.
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HATS TRIMMED FREE
BIG REDUCTION SALE DURING MONTH 01" JANUARY
Ilata, Skirls, Shirtwaists, Underwear. All
kinds of Indies' and Children's furiUHhing
goods. Hair switches and itonijuidors.
Welch Block. MRS. R. IN0LET0N.
BAY VIEW HOTEL
Commercial Street, Opposite 0. R. & N. CO. Wharf.
COMFORTABLE ROOMS AND GOOD TABLE ' '
. BOARD. HOME COOKING. NO CHINESE
MISS E. QLASER,