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THE MORNING ASTORIAN. ASTORIA. OREGON.
TUISDAT, FIBRVAXY , i
Published Daily by
IHk J. S. DIL1I1CGER tOJtPAHT.
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By mail, per yr, in efro..Bl.OO
Kntered as aecrm4-eU matter J no
B. lMs t h p.u.me t Atri."i
.on, UDder U act at Cwr ot March 1,
tyOriWm tor ths T Ion
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throujrt Sets . Any IrreauWray to W
Ktj hoMld to mMOMMlrKivorudlatkt
TI1EPH0KI MAIN Mi.'
Oregon and Washington
THEY RUBBERNECKED AT ALICE.
An Oregonian speeial correponJent
feat a long and petulant kuk in his dis
patches of yesterday morning, about the
way hug crowd of Kew Yorkers "rub
bernecked at Mi Alice Roosevelt and
Congressman Longwortk oa their ar
rival in that city from Washington, o
Friday last, and condemns them for "far-
Wrs," etc. Now there is some excuse
for th exhibition vf popular interest
in the two people, and though it n
illy, pertiaps grossly, expreed by tie
hundreds that indulged in it, too niut-h
In the wav of refinement must not te
looked for in a mixed mob, and "he
very keenes of the eom-ern displayed
iTW-ih it "a vin$;ieiit of. the
rarest sort. Mis" Roosevelt is not only
the daughter of one of the most widely
.known of our president? she is a high
type of a thorough-bred American girl;
he is in the lime light of national im
portance by reason of her recently an
nounced engagement to Mr. Longworth.
and the idle aud purposeless p-oIe of
any, and every community that he, she
of they, may visit, will of a surety, re-
pete the actions of lliee same Xe
Yorkers, in lesi'r niimWs, with leser
vim, if you will, but not with less fer
vor of interest. The dispatches indicut
that lli-s Ruoevelt N the only one
concerned who lw mad.- tio complaint
in the premise, and the pertuhation of
the corrcpomlent i nut eay to under
stand. When two very opiilar people
decide to po out into the highways and
byway, of a gr-at city together and
both are a- well known a. this b.ippy
couple, and the press wiles of the coun
try, organic and pcoial. take the trou
ble to warn the piipulac liefore hand of
their coming, it i not to be marvelled
at that the Mgiit-sceing. cameri u.ip
ping, lig gun huiiting contingent should
be out on time, and iiot, with all the
enthuitim tint is their liiith-right-That
name immense ftowd with all it
alleged coarsne.. and frowai'dnos,
tmeant nothing unklii'lly nor offensive to
Mi.s RiM-j'elt or Mr. Iingwurth. anil
it would have been their very "-iii'-l'l
a'l liui-kler"' i' anything of harm or ill
solt had Uen tend-red eitlier of tliein.
Jt may have looked bad, fiom tlie very
excess of Milliliter and the hoi-troiine.
of the moii. cut. but it was nevi i1h "less,
a conipliiii' lit in tiie rough, hti I hut nil
other way of -hoaing the Ktjulai re
gard for two er-oiiage who Hie eon
stsntly in tl- national eye t Ihuii-jIi the
very meiliuiu tiiat omiphiiu. mi plain
tivdv of this lieiiinnstiiilioii.
A far a beard from, publicity seems
to be an esieeodingly useful weapon
A trolley line now connects St. Louis
with the capital city of Illinois. These
traction roads move along quietly, but
they get there.
Denmark' new king has right sons
and daughter and seen grand.hildren.
Nothing in the nature of soekil ameide
is threatened in European royal circles.
At one point oa the Thame where a
brhlge is lacking the London authori
ttiea main a free ferry. That city has
nothing a "effete" as a river toll
The cigar-shaped automohile that ra
a mile in 23 I S seconds has been
known as a "freak steamer." The build
er has proved that there was method
in hi madness.
O " '
It will be a little harder to keep the
lid on Kansas since the earthquake
shoe! have concent rated tfierw. Ihs
tween the cyclone and the earthquake
things will soon lie whirling.
The Cuban government ha ap
propriated $25.t.i for the purchase
of a wedding gift for Mi- Alice Roose
Many of the railnud president
think President Roosevelt is just the
man to be head of the Chicago university.
Pr. Wiley i trying to jiersuade the
secretary of agriculture to publish
the names of all the firms that adul
Tlie average congressman will soon
have little more patronage than
delegate to the Young Men's Christian
Thomas lixon, Jr., of New York.
says that the negro must be removed
from the United State, or ele in
fewer than fifty years the white man
will have to fight for existence,
My the time the hourglass trirkles out
a cbalTeur ou the Florida beaeh fan
travel 103 miles, but tlie sands of life
would run - low if the machine should
hit an obstruction.
Yale' president ay. footliall is "the
safest of the major sports." Trapeie
performance on flying machines and
thawing out dvnamita must come, under
this clas-itic.it ion.
If everybody could be as successful
in getting money out of the millionaires
of the countrr as Col. Mann has ben
there would be h- critici-in of the
rapacity of the rich.
At the poultry show in Boston last
week a hen sold fur 1750. In Hliti-ul
economy, size coiiMdcied, the h n has
strong ground for claiming first pije
among domcsth; animals.
In action lien. Wheeler was wund
ihres times and the horse ha rode
wer hit sixteen time. It wa the gen
erat'a habit to see for himself how a
fight win going, and to take a cloa view
Congrvasmaa Suiter has introduced a
bill to double the presidential , salary.
Thi is entirely gratuthm on Mr. Sul
er' part, since he can not possibly
have any intrinsic interest in the prop
Missouri has never had more pia
perou times, nor counted for niorv in
publie affairs than sine it joined the
Republican rtdunin. It would ba a gvwsl
thing to add tcf these bbsing in the
election of ltKW.
Carrie Nation has sold her two-
story brick building at Guthrie, OU-.
known a the, "llaivvrt Horn Mis
sion" to Shawnate At Laufhjln, waole
sal liquor dealrrs for. 110,000. A
Mr. Nation olrlce ' was moved ont.
barrel of liquor were mov.-d in. Mr.
Nation ha been waging continu
ous warfare on the rum evil in t)k-
lahoma. declaring that every aalooa
should be blown up with dynamite.
The frequent suggestion that mothers
should not be exclusively the subject
of popular songs has been hided, but
the lather's are not yet certain that the
matter has Wn equalized.
Lessons aie being dmwn from the
lives of Mai shall Field, Cluiiba T.
Yerke and William K. Ihirjier. Public
opinion is not always a safe criterion,
.but of each of the thre- it nny lie said
that he plucked the fruit of his own
Railway Magnate Hill y he is not
baiking toward the gulf liecuuse he
lis in mind "what will hapien when
some one digs a canal from east of the
Georgian bay territory to tidewater at
Montreal." As that route would be
frozen up a third of the year it can
never con m pet a with an improved Miss
issippi. Besides, it is a long way from
the central region of the earth, to say
nothing of th isthmus canal.
New York has 300,000 telephones in
operation. Thi is more than the
entire country had in IHfMi. The
number of telephone in use exceed
2,2oO.io or one to every thirty-four inhabitant.
There is be fine the city council of
Chicago and ordinance to inppress ci
garettes and adulterated tolxicisj and
to restrict juvenile smoking. This
onl ina nee is intcn.sj to corril-t an
evil which is wrecking the health and
moral- of many buy. What a con
tract they are taking.
Illinois ranks first among the slates
in inventive genius, according to the
n,Kiit, of ( coiuiiii,Mincj' of pat
ents. New York had. in the number
of 'patent, granted last year, with a
total of :vrl, but Illinois is ahead in
proportion to inhabitants, with a to
tal of 2,92:1, or one to every l,4!t o
According to William E. Curtis, in
litis tiKMiing' Iteeonl Jl -r-ild. Post
master (ieneral Cortelyoti and his as
sistant. !e Oivw, are devising a plan
to improve the rural delivery service
by providing for a local parcel post
by which families in the country miy
jiave their purchases delivered to
them at a small cost.
Resident of Astoria Cannot Doubt
What Hat Been Twict ProT.'d.
In gratitude for complete relief from
ache and pains of bad bark from dis
tressing kidney ills thousands have
publicly recommended Poan' Kidney
Pills. Resident, of Astoria, who to tes
tified year ago, now says their cures
were permanent. This testimony doubly
prove the worth of Poan' Kidney Fill
to Astoria kidney sufferer,
W. R, Mcintosh, of 503 Harrison ave
nue, Astoria, Ore, say: "For year,
off and on, I suffered a good deal from
a deranged condition of the kidneys and
lameness and aching across the small
of my back which annoyed nte very
much at my work and made it painful
to stoop over or lift anything. 1 often
thought I was troubled with gravel so
painful was the passage of the kidney
secretion. Push's Kidney Fills came to
my notice and I procured them ah
Charle Rogers' drug store. They help
ed me from the first and anon relieved
the pain and lameness in my back, cor
rected and regulated the kidney secre
tions and the lapse of time since I gav
my first staUment regarding my satis
factory experience with your remedy
has shown thst the benefit derived is
of a lasting nature."
Plenty more proof like this from As
toria people. Call at Rogers', drug store
and ask what his customers report.
For sal by sll dealers. Trice, 50
eents. Foster-Milhurn Co., Buffalo, N.
Y, sole agents for the United States.
Remember tie Bjme Ponn's and
take no other.
) AaoooactmtDtt of candidate!
for affict witt be published la
thia column at reasonable tatea
for men of all parties.
Republicans of Oregon are hereby
informed thst I am candidate for the
nomination of Governor at the prim
aries to be held April 20th.
FOR SECRETARY Or STATE,
I hereby announce myself a candi
date for the office of Secretary of Slats,
snd ak th support of all Republi
can. I. T. WaUUIUMAX
FOR STATE PRINTER.
Th undersigned announce himself
a a Republican candidsta for re nomi
nation for State Printer at th forth
J. R. WIUTSEY.
FOR SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC
I hereby announce myself a a can
didate for reaaiiiinathm for th office
of Superintendent of Publie Instruc
tion, snd solicit th support of all Re
publioane at th primaries, Apiil totV
J. H. ACKF.IIMAN.
The undersigned hereby announce
himself as a candidal for re-el.-ctlna
to th office of Attorney-General, sub
ject to th spproval of Republican
voters at th primaries.
A. M. CRAWFORD.
NOW IN OUR NEW STORE
COR-BOND AND llth.STREET
W ar busy gtttn Mttltd but ei fin4 tlm to show yen
OUR NEW SPRING STOCK
In all th latest styles ef wsll paper which 1 arriving dally.
Com in and e us is our sew location ami let us btfla with yta oa
yout spring work.
B. F. Allen Son,:.ndCoEf!tnn,dh;5,.
That All Important Bath Room
You hv often hear J people rcmsrk "If I were
ever to builJ, I would plan
f.j) I rny bath room first snj would not put
g9 all my money into the pwlor with all
rpr k nncry." Thst is good common sens
sentiment, for the bath room is the must
tmrortant ol sll the household,
We ou!i like to help you plan your
r'f roorr snj will gUJly quote you
or 2taslif Ware, the lest
a. 3 mi sanitary fixtures made.
J, A. Montgomery, Astoria
Ears Looked as if They Would Drop
Off Body Entirely Covered
Face Mass of Sores Three
Doctors Could Not Cure Child
Grew Worse Face and Body
CURED BY CUTICURA
IN TWO WEEKS FOR 75c.
Mr. Oeorge J. Strew, of 701 Cobura
St., Akron, Ohio, tells in the following
letter of another of those remarkable
mrea m wiriurins,
dtxtigiiring akin iiu
mor diuly made
by Cuticura Soap,
physiciana, and all
rU had failed: "I
fJ- rents of other poor
vA, tifTi.Ting baldea to
nrlTjf teU you what Cuti.
V I H' cura haa done for
I I' tn little dauirhter.
She broke out all over r body with a
humor, and we used everything recom
mended, but without rewulU. I called
in thre (hictiini, they ail claimed they
could help her, but she continued to
grow worse. Her body Wa a mas of
eorea, and her little fiwe wa being
eaten away; her ears looked as if they
would drop off. Neighbor advised m
togetCuUcura Soap and Ointment, and
before I had used half of the cake of
Honp and box of Oin tnien t the sort had
all healed, and my litth one' face and
body were as clear as a new-born babe's.
I would not be without it again if it
coat five dollars, instead of seventy-fiv
cent, which ia all it cost us to cur
our baby, after spending many dollar
on doctors and medicine without any
OmrftM ttund tl twS
n, trm 1-tanfM u. fi-l, from I-Hwj An,
DMWtst 1 rMn , (Ssl I. , SW".
M, iSm. HakmnOnS Omu ri.u. . fm rtrt
rOTih.ksarsr'"'- rMt tm Umk tef.
on draught and in bottle
Uitwed sailer Military cuaditiust asd
, prutxtiy ssl Itght Ber In Aaloila.
J. Q. A. II0WLBY, rreaidrat.
KiLANK PATTON, Cashier.
0. L PETEIWOS, VU-w tresldsnt J. VY. (5AUNK11. AsaUUnt Cashier.
Astoria Savings Bank
fsplMU raid la lliSMM. aurpln and Cndlvlasd I'niflu uuuo
Transaeta a (isaersi anlln BsslDss. lalersst raid no Tim DepMslIsi
Cured by our Hand Woven
Elastic Bands and Stock
Ings. t Over-fatness and
weaknesses relieved by
our Abdominal Belts.
Wriltfiw tienkt t4 book,
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Th beat eot you no more th "any
old thing. It will pay you to buy at
Wo Pay The Express
and cbsrg you no mors than our next
door neighbor. Send for illustrated
catalogue today. A solicitor wanted
ia every town.
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In Particular Address
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Miss O. Gould
Eighth Floor, Marqnam Building.
Prompt as! Cartful AttraUoa 0iva
t all Oat-of-Towi Order.
164 Ttnth Street,
ASTORIA IRON WORKS
JOHN KOX. Pre, and RnyU A. U FOX, Vice Pre.
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