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About The morning Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1899-1930 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 15, 1906)
MONDAY, JANUARY t) ioS
THE MOIIXIXC ASTOHIAV. ASTOKIA, OREGOX.
Everything That's Canned
Ca U found among our lint of canned fU. Ever kind the brat of
It kind, nd the perfection of lb canners' rt becaut thay art fanned
where raised and bave tho wrttnal flavor and rood' of home mad.
A few spaclmene oa display lu our wmdow; your money beck If good
ar nut at represented.
ROSS, HIGGINS & Co.
TBS RELIABLE CROCERS
Our Annual Sale
NOW GOING ON
Democrafi Must Pay the Price
JUNE TOO REMOTE !F0R THEM
TERSE TALES OF TBI TOWN t)
BurUd la Greeaweod. Yesterday af
ternoon (ha funeral of Mix Norah Wll
win, aged 10 yeare, took plW from the
Episcopal church la tbU city, Kev. W.
ft. Hhort officiating. Tka Interment was
la Greenwood cemetery.
It's earning aeaa.
Faatial Yesterday, Tb funeral of
Vn. Hannah Koalnr neeurr! la this
city ye.terdy aftarmaw at I o'clock
from tba rir.t Lutheran church. Rev.
Rd.iilt offli-iating. Tka remain will
I btld here awaiting Instructions from
vlaUvra for shipment eal.
Operatloa SuccaaifuL-Mr. Z. Tet
low, of Fort Steven, underwent a
major oparatioa yterday morning at
th lanltarium of Dr. . II rMe, in
tbla rlly, at tba hand of Dr. EUe
and Muha. Mm. Tatloar la reported as
doing nicely, with amy sign of .prnly
Commltta Suicide. r'.arly , Sunday
morning Henry Xoehr, aa employ of
ltrlx'a logging canip on tha Washington
aida of tba Columbia , committed
suicide by cutting hi throat with bl
knife. Tba man waa fort) two year
of age, and U raporU'd to have been
drinking heavily f tba pa.t faw
daya. and becoming despondent ended
hia own Ilia. Ha waa unmarried. It
thought that ha baa a sl.ter living
somewhere la tbla section. Tba dceeas
ad waa a member of tba Sons of Her
man, and hia body will ba bronght to
thia city today for Interment.
A shipment Just in
They arc nice
and ripe and of ex
11 122 Twelfth St, Astoria, Ore.
A Household Favorite
Australia's Best Product
wind your most economical
and satisfactory fuel
v 'Phone Orders to Main 1961
Paralytic Stroke-Mr. August Olaen
an old and highly respected ritlien
A tin la. waa stricken with parity
late oa Saturday last, but to reported
a fairly comfortable last arming, from
tha attack. Her husbsnd waa for years
janitor of tin federal building la till
Tba data U eat.
NOTICE TO REIEKAHS.
All member of (.'atewey Itebckah
Lodge, No. 77, and vUiting Rebekah.
" to ettend Ue "irulnr meet
'nmni wnen .weniy-seve,, camu
dalra will Uka tba degree. Lodge
oprna at 7:30.
ly order Nubia Grand.
Tuttday, Jaa. ietK, at a a. m.
NEW BANK STARTED.
RanU-r ! to hava a new bank. It I
a private concern and I carefully or
ireniaed with adequate capital -and a
wall known atafT of official,- who per
sonality la a guaranty of jta aolidity
and business equipment Among linn
directly inter.. ted ara l. P. Huford, of
Kelso, who will aarva a cwahirr, and
H. S. Strain, a prominent merchant of
Ka)o, and W. P. Ely, tba pxtmaoter
of Krtw. It ba graat pmapart for
largo and h-gitimata commerrbil btui
HOME ON SENATOR.
E. V. Janata, af Astoria Set area Badly
T V. J.n-rn, who left Aloria a
eoupla of montha ago for Southern Cali
fornia, and took with him hi finely
wrought modrls Illustrating tha whola
iriM-e of iuing, trapping, cleaning.
curing and canning salmon, aa exem
plified in tba brt plant in the Colum
bia river country, returned here je
terlay i tha teamhip Senator. He
brought everything liaik with biin, and
I a thoroughly digiieed man. 1
Ha a) the Smth rn California Mitt
way fair, at 't up at Venice, below
',jn Angi-le. I nothing mora, or le,
than a bald and brazen land and town
bit wbeme, with "graft" aa Ita princi
pal! industry and sola oirupation. It
i Mior and meagre in at tract ions and
ha nothing of important nor dignity
aUuit it; it ia (imply a ida show for
a townite rniany that i IxHiinlng a
barren and valuelen at ret eh of ciwil
and dune, and offers nothing to the
honet exhibitor cf honct Industrie
that are not allied to the home aeheme
of bointing tba town of Yenb.
He ia sorry he went there. Hi trip
was a sheer wat of good time and
money. And what Mr. Jensen say of
a thing of this sort may I abwlutely
relied upon as so. Ha went on to Port
land with the K.nator aud will W here
again in a short while.
At Foard It Stokei Co.
Coopari Annual Clearance Sal Now
Going On. Don't Mite It
Dance Halls, Gambling, Slot Machines,
Alt ia Evidence Will Soon ba la Full
BUst-What tha Slot Machine Really
Astoria k or eooa will be, a wide
It ia nut in accords nee with tha pro
gram of tha "Doe," of course, but tba
agenciea that contributed to tha recent
siMvete of the Drmorratle party ia this
eity, are tired of waiting for their re
compense and ara slowly but surely as
serting themselves by deliberately tak
ing tba privilege for which tbey bar
tered their support, and indulging
tbem-elves, willy Billy, ia thoae Unci
ami departurea that were to be.
The, bo is powerless to prevent the
encroachment, it earni, and June i
too far away and too full of uncer
tainties, to satisfy the sport that gave
much and were promised much. There
is no one to blame them, either. A bar
gain ! a bargain, whoever makea it
slid it terms nlut be lived up to and
not prescribed until aa expedient mo
iiirni -lis II roll round.
The danca ball, the bank games and
the slot machines are all in evidence;
and it will not be bmg before all will
be in oien awing again. The true and
natural outcome of the late November
WVIl. the whole thing ia apt and con-
sn-utive and in atrirt alignment with
the forecast made by this paper during
the city campaign.
The wort evil of the lot ia the shit
machine. A man doe have soma sort
of show at a banking game once In a
while) be may get a auit of clothe or
a month 'a rent or a trip to the metropo
lis or elsewhere, upon the odd chance
tbst full, hi war fre.ii,iitly In game
at tba table) but the slot machine baa
nothing to offer him but a meaely and
infrequent winning no matter bow
much ha bucka them. There are, 01
course, slot machines and slot machine;
some of them are not plugged, and
some of them are) In fact, the mowt of
them are. And a plugged alot machine
is alwolutely Invulnerable) tha little
sums that are permitted to drop into
tba ula vera bands at remote interval.
are so few and so meagre, that the
owners and the house that furnishes
them for use. take alwut OS per cent
of the money that goes Into them. Of
tbla heavy ratio the agent in Astoria
gets 4-t per cent and the Kalamaioo
plant take the other 53 and the cheer
ful idiot in Astoria who playa them
ha to lie sati.fied with his niggardly
little 0 per.
Thev are the ojienest and simplest
ami liHt alluring route for the money
of the bcardlcrt and gumchewiiig
iwirt. of a cilv. that were ever devised.
A.l.ii-U lu. hsil her exiieriences With
this on.n evil) she ha her record
itowed aaay for reference) aud it i
not unlikely the hitory will le re
peated. One man in this city cleaned
mi tlO.WK) a venr while they w.re in
oHratinn here he'ore. and tba'. with
the plant money that went back to
Miehiunn. 'H eaily account for a
maximum of no.OH) or more, of g.d
money that belonged to honest accounts.
to home maintenance, and In a number
of canes, to trusting employers, whose
forltcarsnce wa sorely and often tneti,
under the regime of the slot machine)
but, all this is part and parcel of the
doctrine of the "open (own", and the
open town was the price agreed upon,
and the price wil be paid in full, lor
the sporting fraternity, whatever ele
may ba said of it. keep ita word in a
bargain, and It exacta a square deal,
from thoe'with whom It deals, and It
will get It. or know the reason why.
Member of Finnish Brotherhood
Lodge, Xo. 8, V. F. B. of the W are
Miucted to meet at their halt in tbe
Logan building, at 1 o'clock p. a, on
thia, Monday, January 15. 1900. to at
tend tbe funeral of our latt brother.
Axel Wllbelm Knobloch. ,11 order of
K. tiliriTArSU.N. rreiucnu
How to Prevent Bilioui Attack.
One who ia aubiect to btliou attack
will notice that for a day or more be.
fore tha attack ba la not hungry at
meal time and feela dull after eating.
do of Chamberlain'a Stomach and
Liver Teblete when these first 7BP
toma appear will ward of tbe attack.
Tbey are for aale by Frank Hart and
leading dng(ta, i
HON. CHARLES A. JOHNS.
And Hie Declared Platform for Oregoa
Nominee For Governor.
The following platform ha just been
declared by Hon. Charles A. John,
gtihernatlonal candidal from Baker
county, before tbe Oregon primaries in
"The affair of the stste should be
conducted with a high sense of honor
and on aound buslnes principle and
a broad plane of equality, and to that
end there should be a watchful care and
vigilance over every department. The
high and tbe low, the rich and the
por should receive tbe same eourteou
treatment. The laboring man baa tbe
same right to be heard aa the railway
magnate and the millionaire, t
"The atate achool fund hould be
treated aa sacred, and there should be
no juggling with school lands. A law
should ba enacted, presenting apecu
bit inn in. or the sale or alignment of
school land certiflcate. The Land
Ajfent should ot be allowed to bave
anv favorites, or speculate through
knowledge obtained by virtue of of
flee. There should be no adjuncts to
or around this office and it should al
way tie above suspicion.
"All kind of property, including
franchises oboiild be required to pay a
jnt ami reasonable tax. aud express
and similar enmpaniee should pay a
tax on their gross earnings in the
"A law should provide for a state
hank examiner with conservative plcn
"The primary law was enacted by a
vote of a large majority of the people
and is entitled to. and should be given,
a fair trial and should be re-pected both
as to its meaning and intent.
''From sentiment and conviction. I
stand wrtli President Koosevelt on the
labor question, and am in thorough ac
cord with him on the qucstiou of rail'
"I am, a firm believer in. and an ar
dent supjMirter of, our public school
system. I favor lils-ral support to, and
a high standard of education) and with
rare exceptions think our own bora and
girl should be educated within the
Slate of Oregon.
"If successful. In my administration
the needs and wihe of tbe people will
be the only "boss' and the only 'machine,'
and there will be no 'favorites' and no
body will bave a 'pull', and I will give
the State an honest, clean, conscient
ious and vigilant administration. v'of
the people, by the people, and for the
pcole.' CHARLES A. JOILNS."
Mr. Johna waa born in Jackson coun
ty. Missouri, on June 23. 1857; be came
to Oregon in December of the following
year and has been here ever since. He
received bi early education in the pub
lio achoola at Scio, Linn county; bis
A. B. degree from Willamette Univer
sity at Salem in 18 and tbe A, M.
degree in 1882. Waa admitted to the
bar in 1881 and commenced to practice
law at Dallaa, Oregon. Served as coun
ty judge bf Polk county by appoint
ment. Lived there until he moved to
Baker City in 1388, where he has ainee
resided. Ia aa attorney by profession.
Haa never beld a political office ; was
formerly twice mayor of Baker City
and ia the present mayor, having been
Every article In the house reduced.
This is the greatest offering in Fine
Dry -Goods, Qothing, Furnishing
Goods, Etc., placed before the people
of the Lower Columbia for a year.
Dry Goods and Clothing House of Astoria.
elected by tb largest majority any
one ever received for that office. Ha ia
serving hia fourtji eon)nrjve) term
aa school director and received every
rota cast at laat election. X person
baa stronger bom endorsement.
Kev. CarHala P. B. Martin, L. L. D.
Of Waverly, Texas, write : "Of a
morning, when first arising, I often
dad a troublesome collection of phlegm
which produce) a cough and la vary
bird to dislodge; but a small quantity
of Balard'a Horahonnd Syrop will at
once dislodge it, and the trouble la over.
I know of no medicino that to equal to
it, aad it to no pleasant to take. I can
moat cordially recommend it to all per
sons needing a medicine for throat or
lung trouble." Sold by Hart'a drug
Never have to wait long at tha Oc
cident Barber Shop. A. E. Peteraoa,
The big embroidery aale.
one week mm
Of Our Special Sale
WE CALL ATTENTION TO THE SALE ON FRAMED PICTURES
THE COMING WEEK. BE ON TIME PRICES BELOW COST.
A FEW SETS OF
DUMAS AND DICKENS WILL BE CLOSED OUT AT COST.
A BIG LOT OF as CENT PAPER NOVELS WILL BE SOLD AT wa
CENTS. IT WILL PAY YOU TO GET YOUR READING NOW.
vSvenson's Book vStore,
Fourteenth and Commercial Street
Wt art tela agent! la Aatoria for the Niagara Store Work ef Buffalo, N. X.
Celebrated Stoves and Ranges
WOOD! WOOD! WOOD!
We lav nored to XM Tenth ataeat,
corner of Grand arcane, and cava b
found there at any tins, for kaaUnJ
and drayinf purpoaa.
B. C McDiTOSH.
Cooper' Annual Oearaac Sal New
Going Oa. Doat Xiaa It.
Any phas of hunger earn ba daintily
gratified at any hour of tbd day er
night at tba Palaea Reataaraat. Tba'
kitchen aad dining room aarrioa art) of
tha positive beat. Private dining reoaa
for ladle. One call inspire regular eoa
tom. Try it. Commercial street, op po
sit Page building. - . "f
Partiet winking to study abort&aat
at private night school should call est
or a dress Boy B. Keagy, Holdca Haute.
Astoria, Ore. p
N. A. Ackennan, 421 Bond 8L, doeaaB 1
Banner of taxidermy, furaitor npteU
ate ring, carpet cleaning and toying, ataA
trsaa nuking a apeejaJty and all trork
THE ZENITH AND TBI STAR
Every on guaranteed. Will let yes
atand ar ait on tb ovta door if yet
wish. Price reduced oa all at area tal
range till after the Holiday. '
IV, J. Scully
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