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THE MORNING ASTORIAN, SATURDAY, JUNE 11, 1001.
ESTABLISHED 1873 '
PUBLISHED BY , " ' ;U
ASTORIAN PUBLISHING COMPANY.
I J. II. CARTER, GENERAL MANAGER.
Uy mail, per year
By mail, per month
By carriers, per month ....
THE SE3II-WEEKLY ASTOKIAN.
By mail, per year, in advance
was sriven in the death rate of Butler. Pa., where the
disease beearue a scourge.
Special bulletins are being prepared under the
supervision of the board of health, to be distributed
to every family in sections where the fever was
noticed last year. These circulars are intended to
give the origin of the fever and the method of treat
ing it when a family is nfllieted. They will also eon
tain instructions on how to prevent the spread of the
epidemic. It should be the duty of every head of a
family to secure a copy of this bulletin and read it
thoroughly. "This applies with equal force to resi
dents of the rural districts.
Farmers often neglect the surroundings of their
homes and thus bring on diseases originating from
impure water or imperfect sanitary conditions. Medi
cal authorities practically agree that typhoid comes
primarily from impure water. It may originate from
uncleanly farm outbuildings and other sources. But
water carries the germs into the system. This can
be prevented only by making the source of water
supply absolutely pure. A little poison taken into
the system of one member of the family may soon
flinvlon infA a i1!stniA that in tino will of!l!.. ovukv
' . THE STRIFE IN COLORADO. . . at iinee. "
The sympathy of all nght-thmkmg persons will Poor drainag8 one of the causes for unhealthy
go out to the miners of Colorado. These union men, conditions in the country. Stagnant pools of water
banded together for protection which evidently is produce poisonous mosquitoes that carry disease to
difficult to secure, have perhaps at times used more people. The ponds should be underdrained and
Tioleuce tiian would have been in keeping with good decaW vegetation kept away from the water. Wire
. . , . . . ... .. . 9"ituji auuub me uwra aim wiuuuws prevent in
order, but every circumstance connected with their . . . ... , , . . .. .. rA, .
" ' sects entering the homes and distributing their pois
.eo.v - . ----- 0 pus. mis is particularly, true 01 nouse niea ana in-
No more serious labor situation has ever been brought sects that live upon bad water and decaying animal
about anywhere, and the outcome will be watched matter. There is no appeal to the municipal authori
with intense interest all over the country. ties from farms surrounded by unclean and danger-
, Various causes have been attributed to the in- PP1 Places- The work of novation is with the own
tw w tw er and llome builder The Public demand that every
? - a ' ' v mM 1 " hls Part m keeping down epidemic, and
uic prorat nse xias uewi uue to uie inuuence 01 laour it Jg his duty to obey tfaat commanJ
unions can not be disputed. Since the laboring men
have organized employers have been compelled to
grant better wages, and a more equitable condition
of affairs has thereby been brought about. 7
JUST FOR INSTANCE.
THE OREGON AND THE KENTUCKY.
Comparisons between the run of the Kentucky
land thp nin fit tha Clramvn Bra ! ! a11n,V.1
But the tendency of the times is to down union- the Cincinnati Commercial Tribune. Apart from the
Tr I nova conmo ta ha a niHAtAA1 cuintiiMAil 1
" fcu m a " '"Imerfl finest, nri nf m ih m1n,M P 4,
among the employers that union laborers shall be mnABm Lttii;n a. tr 1 . . .
i . , . , modern battleship, the Kentucky, is not to be com-
eompelled to forsake their organizations. In many nflIwi ?n nr Btnm . , ,. .
- . , . , . ' parea m song or story with the wonderful voyage of
usances the employers are not opposed to wage the There was seamanship displayed by the
scales, but rather oppose the idea that laboring men, officm and ffieQ of the Kentucky md i
acting together as a union, shall make and enforce of the shipbuilder magnificenUy
demands affecting the wage scale. This sentiment on playe4 But J of mayded.Q
the part of employers is tyrannous Laboring men time of profund peace R0 far as the government of
have the same right to organize for their mutual the United States is cincerned-the Is were open
Welfare tht. IS MlinvPrt hv nnitnlia tn form nnm. ....
:Z.ZSJZrZ.Zrr Z7 t , and the route d took was taken at her own
umowima iui lucn uwu ujiiiuciai weuueiug. i ne gQQ pleasure
effort to break down the organization of the worker t,0, w ' i . , , L, ,
- , , , ... lnere was no need for constant lookout for hos-
is villainous, and only those employers lost to all c,,v i iL ,
sense of righteousness would lend themselves to a n I n " W
-proposal of the kind. , ' - , th ref n, ftf ed ,0n h!r J0'aSe thr
In Colorado the anti-union 'employers seem to f the sh'p8 of .5" on !?
. v cuiisiaui, jookoui ior tne capture oi tne vessel. If
, BuiLly Jouw No; the Woman'
Chrlntlun TcmptTsuiee Vnlon l not In
chulwit In the CltUfii'i AUInncoi nwwp-
Inc vAWX rvRnrdiiiK. unlomtt
WoiuU't- l( ths OltUcn' Allium will
strtiul for th union In Kh'h thr I
Kunuwtkln will march In July. Thnt
will be a great rt-IU-C after running ho
Joined the ho titm yrtt
Flftwn .minute nftor the Portlnnil
lioKtmuxtr ronlgnM word ramc lht
the lry ttichil to th offlt hrul
been ralnfj 100 i'r year. Hard luck!
Knox will be a nenutor now. Thnt
Knox all the ailmlnlntrutloni pluna in
It appArs from the dlanatchM that
at Grant Paaa a atray tie acrvaa the
track mana a deaprote and dattardly
attempt to wreck a train!
Portland. S; Loa Angel, 8! Wouldn't
that make you ateal home?
The prince of W&lee has Inherited a
fortune. The poor, poverty-ridden fel
low will now have a chance to pay hi
debt or contract new one on the
strength of the coin!
We note from the pre report that
the consumption of plf Iron has ma
terially decreased. What aon of As
toria ha topped eating Iron-Ming
For T. C a. b-r--r. We mut
ported our Infant Industrie!
Tom Sharkey ha won a wife. That
wa a great deal easier for Tom than
winning the pugilistic championship!
Tytlilan Iniilding, Astoria, Oregon,
J)r. T. L. JIAI.L
l)r. F. I. Friedrich,
m Commercial street. Astoria Ore.
Dr. W. C. IXXJAN
678 Commerciid St., Buanaliaa DuiUiug
C. J. TRENCH A RD
Insurance, Commlaalon and Shipping.
CUSTOMS HOUSE BROKER,
Agent Wella-Pargo and Northern
Paclflo Ex pre Companlea.
Cor. ELEVENTH and DOND 8TS.
JAY TUTTLE, M. D, '
niSICUN AND SUltQEOK
Ai'tln Alliit Hurt eon
V.B, Maria HmIUI rl(,
Offlc hours: 10 to 11 a.m. 1 to 4: SO p.m.
477 Commercial Street, Ind Floor.
Dr.RIIODA 0. HICKS
Mansell Oldg. I7t Commercial It
1'liONI BUCK aw,
0, W. BARK, DENTIST
673 Commercial Ktrtof, Astoria, Or
TELEPHONE BED SOtiL
"Neglected colds maka fat grave
yards." Dr. Wood'o Norway Ptn
Byrup help men and women to a
happy, vigorous old Ui.
The TROY Laundry
Is Use only White Labor Uumlry in the City. Does the Beet
of Work at very rcnwuallo Prices, ami is in every way worthy
of your patronage. Cor. 10th and DUANE STS, I'hone 1991
Totally disregarding the the enemy had sJ hted
trhrt ova flinniATrArl in thA I 7
question, have been a fight, even though it had been
2 be pressing the limit.
moral rights of the men who are employed in the
TniTlPC tVlAV TlQTTO. Vn AnI a A a Ciicinrv4ik1n I 9
:z;;izri:r : the imm a squadron oE m
rshavebeenshotdownlikedogsndorderedforth- Zi t T, " T T ?
;with out of the country by an organization styling tri o
itself the "Citizens' Alliance." The bloody seene! numph is with the Oregon and will remam with
U- , A. n , Her voyage was made in constant doubt and n
. T, " ; r-'r" , . r 7 --" constant peril of the enemy-her seamanshin re-
" " "77 moved the doubts and escaped the enemy, the splen-
the purpose of capturing more victims for the em- n i 4u x- , A, , ,. 1
iwlhnllpn., .;J.1:! d,d and the triumphant battle ship steaming into
- . 1 CV" harbor on the Florida coast to join the fleet of the
sworkmgmen who are striving to uphold their rights Vnitpa Rtafoo t. . . J : " CU 5
ia n,1aJ l.mtnU t. ili .v. " " OttUliugu BHU Kllf
, n., ' a. , , ULV topped anchor as ready for battle as any of her
grace of the state of Colorado there is no official act
recorded which is calculated to peaceably settle the
sister ships anxiously awaiting her coming. Her
voyage was a distinct and unapproachable triumph
xlS 1 ,7 I 6 "n,0,n T' i?,am?,, '"""P" ' 'American AipbScr I,
exemplified in the pre-emptory order that all union .v.,,. . - .. .
t men and women lhall nt At h' vJ uengmg me aamirat.on oi tne world, m
t f- O " vwv vuuubli
: matter to what union a man may belong, he must
go, or stand the chance of being shot down by sol
diers for whose maintenance he contributes his share.
eluding the Spaniard himself.
The Kentucky did well but until she does as
well as the Oregon in the matter of speed in like
n i """: uiisume. circumstances the glory will be to the eallant shin
E? I7 T "f 18 an mg nel aD? ? commanded by Captab Clarke. " '
" iuuic uiogiotcmi uctausc oi me aiuiuue oi me
governor, who has been hand in hand with the cut
throat capitalists who are applying the rack to the
Several French soldiers, survivors of the Chi-
That Chicago girl who attempted to
commit suicide at a signal from an
alarm clock should have used a stop
watch It would have been more ap
The Portland Browns have trampled
upon all rules of precedence and fall
to have a systematic regard for the
eternal fitness of things they have
won a game!
It's all over now with the sweet
A long farewell, to all my glory!
All Is over now; we have the pres
ents! The flowers are withered and In our
Hold we our diplomas, for which we
One thing remains a hideous
It cauwes wrinkles on the brow
Of the head of the household!
It 's the bill
The little bill
For our dresses! ! !
PRAEL 6 COOK TRANSFER CO.
Draying and Expressin
AD goods shipped" toourcsrs will receive special attention.
709-715 Commercial Street.
We art thoroughly prepared for making
estimate aod executing order, for
all kinds of electrical installing and
repairing, Hoppllea in stock. We
sell the Celebrated BiiPJJlY LAMP.
Call oprhona 1181.
428 BOND STREET
FRESH AND CURED MEATS
Wholesale and Retail
Ships, Logging Camps and Mills supplied on short notice.
LIVE STOCK BOUGHT AND SOLD
WASHINGTON MARKET . CHRISTENS0N CO.
union men who have heretofore labored in the coal T'1 f Wipomih, for thp Rate-
I 4-t.naV 1 T 1 t " 1 1 .a
mines. mem, uiai, ueuerai xvuroKi, wno is leaamg tne Jap-
rrv. . n.i i . lanese forCftS in Arnnphnria ia in Malv liolf
uue vuiorauo struggle snouia only encourage Tr. . uoui'icucu.!
r.,;r, i a . t. , , - I His name, thev sav. is nrnnerlv snpllArl riiiwma A.l
uuiuu men niauu mure iinmy logetner. It snouldl -j -r, v-
teach them to be firm, but reasonable r. ll timo0 cordin? to the of these soldiers, a French offi
and to prepare for struggles which may arise here- Cer' aptain Cxxt( while in China in 1856,
after. The payment of wages is a matter of agree- mameu a JaPanoe irl- A n was born to them,
raent, and it is just and proper that laborers should wh Was given the JaPanese Baffle Kuroki, corre
act concertedly. To place themselves in position to sPond,n t0 the French Curique, This son is Cen
successfully demand the worth of their hire workins- eral Kuroki- Captain Curique died last year in
men should perfect their organizations and prepare . uie lim ne corresPoned with his son,
Ior lust such irm na havA rpnpntlv 0rim ot i lm nl" uecome iamous
v v-w , - w-." w. fjvi u,u ivis tuai
On the Menu.
"What have you In the larder?" ask
ed the cannibal king to his chef.
"Not so much today, your elevated
ness," explained the chef. "Nothing
except a printer and an actor."
"Oh, well, fix them up some way."
The chef bowed several times and
rubbed his hands together.
"What are you waiting for?" asked
the cannibal king.
"Would your serenely altitudlnous
excellency deign to suggest some meth
od of preparing the two persons some
new dish, for instance, that would be
pleasant to your royal palate?"
"Dont go to any bother. Just put
the printer In the pi and the actor In
the supe." ,
And the court Jester stepped up and
Postmaster Bancroft of Portland has been de
.PRECAUTION AGAINST DISEASE, Posed- The department will now name another man
State boards of health throughout the country K10 wiU doubtless find his principal occupation de-
are making an active campaign against the increas- tense of attacks upon his personal integrity,
ing dangers from typhoid fever in cities. This disease
is regarded as one of the most threatening to life in With the grinding of the trusts on one side and
many communities where unsanitary conditions ex- the consumer on the other the middleman always
uuuw mc ncouucut ui ywi puysicians or Mww ne is in me middle.
ignorant nurses the disease becomes an epidemic. It
Bas made great inroads m the tamilies of eastern Savings banks in New Jersey hold unclaimed
cities m the past year. An illustration of its effects amounts aggregating $98,135.
Portland, June 10. For Oregon,
Washington anrf Idaho; Saturday,
fair and warmer.
"' ntittti with Hi for Uilrtr-tli tm.
o puet bi
'jii i vta tnklnir I
in Minn, a -
pile; bKg to dluppear snt t tht tn,
a or lit
bT don. wandn (. I .m nilraireorad ul
ImI Ilk bu." Uwrct krydar, MiplWi'o.
T Best For
if Th Bowels .
V Candy catmaatic -
PlHnt, Pltbl, Potnt, TMto Good. r8 Owl,
told In balk. Th. B.nnln. ubfet Hmmtni OOO.
InarulMd to can or roar aonef buck.
Sterling Remedy Co., Chicago or N.Y. &
uziuu,Ta tauiGi was
Wool, Curled Hair, Mohair, Spring. All kinds of Mattresses
f made to order. Prices the Lowest. f
Ii. H. HENNING5EN Q CO.
504 BONO STREET, ASTORIA, OREGON. PHONE, RED 2305 '
ANDREW ASP, BLACKSMITH.
I Ilflfing Installed a Itubber Tiring Machine of the
,j , 'ate8' pattern I am prepared to do all kinds of work
' in that line at reasonable prices. Telephone M. v
CORNER TWELFTH AND DUANE STREETS.
Free Delivery. Phone orders to No. 1961. Elmore & 00.
The Finest Hotel in the Northwest
Don't Forget the GREEN STRIPE
at the Eagle Dance Hall!
P. A. PETJSRSON