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SUNDAY, MARCH 19, 1909.
TIIKTMORNING ASTORIAN, ASTORIA, OREGON
ASTORIA SAVINGS BANK
Capital 1'ald lu 8100,000. tinrplus ami Undivided Profit! $.')5.00C
s TransecU a goneral bsuklng business. 1 utorest paid on tint deposit.
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J. Q. A. BOWI.BV. O. I. PKTKUHON, FKANK I'ATTON. J. W. OA NEB,
President. Vio President , Cashier. AmU Cmsbler
Jft TENTH STREET, ASTORIA, ORE.
fefca Ball', letf Conrlo opHr-
Mr 0lr Bad Braoala.
It 1 seldom, Indeed, that an English
man will acknowledge that a man of
aaj other nation baa th advantage of
Dim in my respect Indeed, there la, I
believe, only ou fault wblcb wt art
nationally ready to allow max b fair
ly attributed to a- certain lack of
I charm la manner. In recent rear,
when I bar llrod much abroad. I
bar eereral tlmea beard the English
, Oalfaablna Easatr.
"Bridget, you must be more tarefnl
with your dusting. I declare I could
write my naio upon the piano."
"'Deed, ma'am. It's yerself baa the
fan' eddyctjitjun!" Town and Coun
Tfca Jratr f Ba
Art a German where the atorke go
When they leave the fatherland, an.
be will reply, "South V That la all be
.The Finest Hotel In the Northwest
people aay, "What pity It la we know about It. But some years ago an
Daren't roorecnarming manner!" a men can clergyman temporarily resld
If we are ever to have aa pleaaant log at Berlin had an opportunity of de
manners our tieigbbors the first idea elding where these blrda spend the
we muat ret rid of la that It la a tlgn I cower part of the year.-
of wen knee, to be agreeable. A glm-1 lie enticed one of them Into bla gar
let eye and a tiff upper Hp are not den, caught It and placed a allver ring
aura indications or a moral grip oriaooui iw jeg. on which waa engraved
even of physical strength. Giants, we "Berlin. 1W Having observed the
know, can be genial, and a amlllng nabits or the birds, be took It for grant
saint can be quite aa godly at the ed that the stork would reoccupy iu
austere skeleton with an expression ouaI quarters upon Its return in the
First Insertion, One Cent a Word.
One Week, Each Line, 30c.
Two Weeks, Eack Line, 45c.
One Month, Each Line, 75c.
like a distressed monkey bemoaning
the sins of the monkey bouse. To
have what la sometime called "man
ner" la not to write yourself down ef
feminate. We English laugh heartily
at what we call the "bowing and
spring, which Indeed proved to be the
case. The surprise of the clergyman's
nousenoia was great, however, when
11 memners noticed that "their stork"
now wore two silver rings upon his lea-.
in dim was recaptured and, behold.
The TROY Laundry
Is the only White Lubor Laundry in the City. Doea the Boat
of Work ut very rerwonitblo I'ricos, and w in every way worthy
' of your patronuge. Cor. 10th and DUANE 8TS. Phone 1991
FRESH AND CURED MEATS
Wholesale and Retail
ShipH, IKk''"K Camps and Mills supplied on short notice.
LIVE, STOCK BOUGHT AND SOLD .
WASHINGTON MARKET - CHRISTENS0N ft CO.
fwet of Llrlaar.
If we can only come back to nature
.together every year an1 consider the
flowers end Hip birds and confess our
faults and our mistake under the si
lent stars am! hear the river murmur
ing In absolution we shall die young,
even tboiili we live long, and we shall
have a Ireiianre of memories which
will be like the twin flower, a double
blossom on s simile gtem. and carry
with us Into Hie unseen word some
thing which will make It worth while
to be Immortal - Henry Van Dyke.
We are thoroughly prepared for making
estimates aud executing criers for
all kinds of electrical installing and
repairing. Huppllea in stock. W
toll the Celebrated SHELBY LAMP.
011 op Phone 116L
428 BOND STREET
ANDREW ASP, BLACKSMITH.
Having installed a Rubber Tiring Msobine of the
Intent pattern I am prepared to do all kinds of work
in that line at reasonable prices. Telephone 21)1.
CORNER TWELFTH AND DUANE STREETS. u.i.
acraptng" of Frenchmen and Italians! the old ring was back again and se
as if we thought that by bending bla cotnpanying It another, which read.
ooay a man parted from bla masculln-1 moia sencia greetings to Berlin." Pll-
Ity. This la folly and betrays only a mm.
confusion of mind that wakes acorn
In the Intelligent
When a Frenchman or an Italian
come Into a drawing room be bows
low and klsse the band of bit hostess.
This is pretty, but It la not "pretty
pretty." It Indicates a not servile
gratitude for hospitality accorded and
a graceful reject for oue'a hostess.
The I'ngllahman's entrnucc into a room
and greeting are more brusque and
abow less cmirtiwy. Then we are, aa
a rule, tin;, h iure "ou our dignity"
with thorn- v.-j.im we consider beneath
us lu Mutton tlimi ure the other Buro-
pesn nutitm eivipt the (jermane. We
like (o mark our position.
I supwe tinie is nothing more es
sentially underbred tiian "standing on
one's, dignity," yet i:i:.uy of our Eng
lish orlKtocrni.v do M n well as the
nouveniu rlehes. They seem to think
It necessary to give ibmiM-hea airs.
Why? 1 often wu:u'cr, especially when
I note the winy !U i!y and well bred
familiarity so universal among foreign'
era of the sumo cl:-.s.i. The Engllsb-
Duin, for Imrmi.c, cmaily treat scrv
anta "merely a sei-vnuts," to use
phrase 1 have often henrd in English
luouUis. lie la pruhuLly ij'ilte Just to
them. He often prides biiusuif on that.
But he Is m.H-'fed'y iletarlipd. He Is
not human with them. It mint ulways
be a ease of nniKtor ti servnnt, never of
man to man. 11 U Kervmit Is to him a
machine.. He sH;aks to httu with curt
coidneMs. He looks at him with a
frosty eye that Is likely to chill.
Again I ask, "Wbyr Where la the
necessity of this tacit and perpetual
lnsistem-e ou a difference of position?
The foreigner-horrid but useful word
-seldom bothers about such matters,
lie treats the people round about him
who minister to his comfort with a
friendly familiarity, nd rarely Indeed
do they try to take advantage of It
They in their turn venture to be cor-
iivina WlAnt Vial
1- tsili 'ag iufuiMn
r l .i...u
HUM m'tlU BIIUt
ever be without
a bottle or tue
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m - invin 1MB 1
ZsVK.. .Ino, in time
iT.v has saved many
-v bss saved many
1 -to I yr!AwM
3 Nanaea, Colds.
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Astorian Free Want Ads.
Anyone Desiring a Situation can Insert an Advertisement in this Column
of Three Lines Two Times Fres of Charge.
PHOPOHALS FOR BEEF AND MUT
ton Office chief commissary, Van
couver Barracks, Wash, March 15,
1S05. Sealed proposals for furnishing
and delivering fresh beef and mutton
for six months beginning July 1, 1905,
will be received here and at offices of
commissaries at Fort Stevens, Ore-
Holse Barracks, Idaho; Forts Casey,
Columbia, Flagler, Lawton, Walla Wal
la. Ward, Worden Wrlgrht and Van-
ouver Barracks, Wash., until 10 a. m.
April 15, 1905, and then opened. En
velops containing proposals should be
Indorsed "Proposals for frsh beef and
mutton to be opened April 15, 1905,"
and addressed to Commissary of Post
to be supplied, or to MaJ. George B.
Davis, Chief Com'y.
FOR SALE SHETLAND PONET,
cart and harnesa. Apply to A. E. Al
len, Clatsop, Ore.
160 ACRES OF FIRST CLASS Tin
ker land for sale, In Pacific county,
near Columbia river. Address Box (99
FOR SALE LOT L - BLOCK 14
Adair's Astoria; for particulars writ
to J. P. Miller, Onieda. . Wash.
FOR SALE STEAM TCG IN F1RST-
class condition; terms reasonable;
suitable for seining purposes. For
particulars apply at this office.
NOTICE FOR BIDS BIDS WILL
be received for the foundation and
basement of the New St. Mary's Hos
pital; plana and specifications may be
seen at the office of the architect at
St Mary's Hosptal; all bids to be in
on or before the 25th of this month;
right reserved to reject any or all bids.
March 6. 1905.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
Chrales Rogers, Drugtfst
OR SALE SECOND-HAND FUR-
nlture. Inquire at room 2 over Pet
erson &. Brown's store.
NCUBATOR FOR SALE 400 EGGS
capacity; also three 100 capacity
brooders; first-class condition. Ad
dress A. Astorian Otn.-e. v
SCOW FOR SALE AT M'GREGOR'S
mill, 22x64; would make a good fish
scow. Inquire of Dan Gambel at mm.
WANTED MEN TO LEARN BAR
ber trade; 8 weeks complete; posi
tions guaranteed; tuition earned whIU
learning. Write for terms. Molei
Barber College. (44 Clay St, San Fran
cisco. , -
Wanted. A school girl to do light
work at Mrs. E. C. Holden's on Duane
NOTICE TO HLNTERS-PTHOR-oushbred
English settlers. 8 months
old. for sale cheap. ( Tntrd St.
FOUND CLOSE TO HANTHORN"S
cannery, a bunch of keys; owner
can have same by paying for this ad
vertisement at Astorian office.
NES?ZEALANDFIRE INSURANCE COMPANY
Ol New Zealand
W. P. THOMAS, Mgr., San Francisco.
UNLIMITED LIABILITY OF SI1REI10LDERS
We English are not bad hearted, but
we are bad mannered, and as most of I
us know this we oulit to make an ef
fort to mend our manners. The truly
goKl manner comei from being Just
tbla-unaffectedly human and simple
wiiuoui arriere pensce. surely we
ought to be able iu time to manage to
be that. It Is all very well to comfort
ourselves with och phrases as "our
bark la worse tint 11 our bite." No
doubt It Is. but a barking dog la a nui
sance. He seta nerves on edge. We
too often set foreign nerve on edge
by our bluntness, our rough awkward
ness, our determination to have our
own way In trifles at all costs and our
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customs prevalent lu other countries I
are not bound to be idiotic merely be
cause they are different from our own.
"I will be sincere," says the gruff
Englishman to himself when be sets
foot on foreign soli. "None of your
rorolgn nonsense for me!" How pleas
ant Europe will be when John Bull
and his womankind can be sincerely
This- is the season that tests the quality of your blood,
and if it is not good, then evidences of it will begin to
show as the weather grows warmer. Carbuncles and boils,
pimples and blotches, and numerous itching and burning
skin eruptions will make their appearance, and are sure in
dications of bad blood. If spring-time finds you with im
pure, sickly blood, then you are in poor condition to with
stand the strain upon the system -which always comes at this
time of the year. A failure to look after your physical wel
fare now, by purifying the blood and toning up the gen
eral system, may result in a complete breaking down of
health later on, and you will find yourself weak and run
down, with no appetite, and a prey to indigestion and ner
vousness. It is poor blood that makes weak bodies, for it
is this vital fluid that must supply vigor and strength to our svstems. and utxm its
purity rests our chances for health. Any impurity, humor or poison in the blood acts inju
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to caii at our Vtore' nr the greatest skin eruptions so common during spring and summer, show the blood to be in a riotous,
stream creator and health restorer feverish condition, as a result of too much acid or the presence of some irritating humor or
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polluted, diseased blood, and can only be reached by a remedy that goes into the circulation
aud uproots and expels the poison aud restores the blood to a healthy, natural condition. If
Sprlngaeld. Ohio. May 18. 1903. WaW Wheeling. W. Va., May 88. 1903.
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oan heartily reoommend it as a tonio and r trntil, nf Q Q Q order. My system waa run down
blood purlf-er. I was troubled with ner, tnen tllinlc Ot b. 6. b., and my Jomts ached and pained meoon-
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I want now without fear of indigestion. se" 10 a specinc in (US- that th, aohM and .f j had
and my blood has been thoroughly eases of the blood, and a my blood has been cleansed and reno-
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