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About The morning Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1899-1930 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 23, 1905)
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4 WEATHER TODAY.
Portland, Oct. 21. Western
Oregon, and Western Washing
ton: Sunday, increasing cloud
iness with showers near' coa.,
cooler in the interior.
Eastern Oregon and Eastern
Washington: Fair, with slowly
IN RE POLITICS.
Local campaigns are odious in that
they afford certain people, without any
other recourse for reprials. an opening
for the indulgence of personal spleen,
demonstrations invariably the more vic
ious because of the ease with which they
are launched in the public pies under
the guise of political matter or semi
campaign material. It may be said that
editors are core-ponsible for the publi
cation of such stuff and they are, know
ing its character and the animus behind
it, an insight not always practicable
when it reaches the editorial desk under
plea of urgency and expediency direct
from friendly hands, and tlie only safe
rule known in obviation of the evil, U
the enforced signing of the contribu
tions by the author. This goes far to
mitigate the bold severity of such
communications, fixes the actual ac
countability and lessens the frequency of
A political season is the harvest-time
of the coward with a grouch and he
cannot be too well watched, in th-
press and outside of it.
year of Irving' active career the
cycle of the scenic wge manapl
winded itx'lf out to completion. To
day extiaagaiia almost comei the
xvne painter and the costumeis t'ul
tured people look for the Shakespearean
diama in large part to the kue lmard
of the lien lireet players, and Bernard
Shaw' drama, with email ea-t and
simple oecnery, ate the talk of Uii
WANTED: The public spirit to
tackle the proposition of building a big.
handsome, stylish, roomy hotel in the
city- of Astoria. All le is at hand,
money, brains, Mte, material and skill
ed !aW. Apply at the Chamber of
Commerce on Monday evening. Novem
ber Cth. next, at T:: o'clock.
If you are a republican; if you intend
to aid in placing your party in power
in this republican city; if you want to
vote in this behalf and lend your in
dividual aid to the men who shall figure
as nominees of that party in the elec
tion on December 13, l'J05, you owe it
to yourself, to your party and its nom
inees aforesaid, to register for the pri
maries today, at any rate, before 4
o'clock p. m., on Saturday next.
The same duty confronts you on No
vember ICth, and before 4 o'clock p. m.,
on December 0, 1103, in older to secure
your franchise on the day of election.
Wcrlwt reci-tration. and you may lapse
D c - - n
into the 'iniujcuouet dcsuetudity
you please, but your n-publicani'in, will
be open to challenge.
Register! and then Register once
RANDOM THOUGHTS AND
W. IseacreSay, did you read that
storv about the man who is troubled
over the fact that a growth of hair is
appearing on his tongue, thus depriv
ing him of the power of speech. lo you
know I have a theory in regard to the
starting of that growth of hair. I be
lieve that the man had a cold ami
that he started to take some cough
medicine and took hair elixir instead.
II. Enpeck Oh, you are noted for
your theories. But if you can show me
that vou are riaht in this instance ana
can tell me what kind of elixir he took
I will give you $1000 in cash.
W. Iseacre Whv. old man, I did not
know that you took such an interest In
H. Enpeck Science be hanged. My
wife has a cold.
A true friend i one of thoe per-on
who knows all alnuit you' and still re
mains your friend.
Little Willie found a looking gla-s
And he scrajM'd the mercury off.
Then he swallowed the shiify ubtance
Thinking to cure his cough.
Hi mother in telling the story
To her neighbor. Mrs. Mcfiown.
Said: " Twas a cowhl day for Willie
Whin the mercury wint down."
Ijite Local New We stop the press
to announce that a valuable pointer dog
belonging to William Thompson was
struck by a train and killed today.
For nice frc'li home made auage rail
at the meat market conducted by Wil
liam Thompson. Advt.
Portland. 0,-t. 23. The Octogenarian
today say: "It i now quite evident
that the city of A-toiia i doing every
thing in it power to injure the com
merce of tlii city, .lame .iumpotTky
returned to Portland Iat eveninir from
a fishing trip to the mouth of the Co
lumbia river and relate a story of de
lay in A-toiia that really demand that
mine action should be taken to put n
'tup to si;eh tactic a our friend down
the river are adopting. He had made
a larse catch of silverside and was re
turning to Portland, when hi fi-hing
paiTtner wa taken with a sudden chill.
ju-t as the I.iuikIi was opposite
the A-toria whaeve. The boat put into
the shore and hi partner went to a sa
loon to get something to relieve t.10
After waiting patiently for ovr nn
hour for the return of hi partner Mr.
Jumnoffskv went ashore and found the
man consuming highballs at the rate of
one everv five minutes and so drunk
that he wa unable to walk to the
Now, we demand to know by what
right Astoria saloon men supply our
mariners with whisky to the detriment
of our commercial interests.
SIR HENRY IRVING.
John Henry Brodribb, knighted in
1S95 as Sir Henry Irving, made his stage
debut as the villian of a melo drama in
the English provinces. Tradition has it
that in one at he appeared with a
piece of raw beef concealed under his
coat collar, that the faithful dog of the
heroine might nightly leap at his
throat in the interest of virtue endang
ered and the dramatic uniti-.
That was stage management, an art
in which Irving for years led his con
temporaries in the two great English
speaking land. Opinions might differ
at to Mr. Irving's power a an actor 01
great parts; that he was as a manager
in.li irreaf nn one could doubt, rl-
delitr in detail, historic study as a pre
requisite to constumtng and scene paint-
inir. he insisted upon, lie dared to pro
duce tine plays in a fine manner. It
might be well if we had with us still an
Irvin In nit prime.
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Notice is herebv given that the reg
istration books of the city of Atiria,
for the primary nominating election to
be held in this city on Monday the 13th
dav of NovemW, 1905, will be opened
at the Auditor's office in the city hall,
on Monday the 23rd day of October,
1903, and will close for said primary
election on the 7th day of November,
1905, at the hour of 4 o'clock p. m., said
registration lxxtk will U: again opened
on Thursday the Ifith day of November,
1905. for the general election to be held
in this city on Wednesday the 13th day
of December, 1905, and will close on
Saturday, the 9th. day of December,
1905, at 4 o'clock p. m. All persons
tnut register in order to be entitled to
Dated, Astoria, Oregon, October, 21st,
Auditor and Police Judge of the city of
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A. I.. FOX, Vice Pres.
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O I. PETERSON', Vive Prwident J. W. GARXER, Assistant CCashier.
Astoria Savings Bank
Capital Paid In 1100,008. Surplus and Undivided Profits $35,000.
Irsosscts a General Banking Business. Interest Psld on Time Deposits
fORRESPONDFNCr SOI ICITFD.
Foot of Fourth Btreet
First National Bank of Astoria, Ore
Capital and Surplus $100,000
Sherman Transter Co.
HENRY SHERMAN, Manager
Hacks, Carriages Baggage Checked and Transferred Trucks and Fur!
niture Wagons Pianos Moved, Boxed And Shipped.
433 Commercial- Street
Phme Main 121
It is a curious fact that within the
168 Tenth Street,