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About The morning Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1899-1930 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 12, 1906)
MONDAY, FEBRUARY u, ipt.
THE MORNING ASTOR1AN. ASTORIA. OREGON.
Not An Experiment
But a pur food product made in a ick-ntlfla manner by ikt wurM'i
beat cheese makers, Bia who bare mJ che making a Ufa etudy, thai
Martin's New YorK Cream
! applwUkid bjr fop1 Of good taste, ill tli beat J test. W M-lt it.
ROSS, HIGGINS .c& Co.
THE PORTLAND PIG
TBI RELIABLE CROCXRS
C 'owing Bigger Than the Stale
That Raised It.
a month for, and w do not blamt
for WiirJiig the whole Hal ari'l II
country j.re for wk'ra, if h can.
SOME INCIDENTAL COMMENT
Playing Up Puget Sound Project! and
Playing Down Oregon Matter Peo
pl Waking Up To Absorbent Tactic
of th Met ropolte Proof Plenty.
THE INDIRECT TAX.
Proposition Ai Eipounded By Hon. F.
T. Wtlghlman, Elucidated. .
Th indirect x fur Oregon a pro
Har4 by FrauW T. Wrlglilman ho
auk Ik lt-pullii-is fur nomination
for secret ry of state, says th linker
my Herald, editorially, it on of tlie
beat proposiiiona that any candidate
fur sla( .oft lia yi't offer! to the
I people, Mr. Wrlglitiuan i airwrr in
hi work and hi long connection with
th oftlo uf se,-rt'try of state haa given
Mm n uppurtunlly to almly th mndi
Nona ami wrk out a solution and tlie
th solution h olTei la Ihe lndlnrl
las. In our opinion there could I
nulhiug belter and people hu ai in
tereatod u the tax question will tin
Mr. Wrlifhtman' pnipmllion of more
than ordinary Inferrst to them.
For yer, et ever fhc tli .lot
government waa oigunia.it, tlie peopl
hat been bearing the heavy burden
of taxation for th mnln(aiunr tif th
alat administration. It I tin that a
aniaM income ha been secured from a
irt of Indlr-rt tat but that ha been
only during recent year ami th ur
tr of the amall vanillic point
clearly to what ruuld b acrumpliahed
under ylem of indirect taxation.
Ther I on nolaht illustration of
th urrat of thU ayatem, In hii
message to th leuialatur of Near
.Teraey, recently convened, tli gover
nor ad v w-alej a lower license for cor-
in and other source of indirect
r th reason that th at ate o(
Xew Jersey waa letting to much mor
money oa hand than wa Rented that
th adminlatratiiin wa becoming ex
travagant. Think of that! Tim mwih
I or advc
i taxe foi
For a short tim enly,
Pr Dot d . . ,
Par Cat . . . .
118 122 Twelfth St. A tor la, Or.
moiey fur ut Hut, it U a fait.
N'ew Jersey ha nut fur year taxed
her peopl on js-nny for th main-
leimrx-a of tlw atute, all th money fur
that rtpen r-nnlng from th lnliti
tax levied agninat nirHirlion and the
alat haa pulkd out uf di'bt and now j
haa loo win h morwy on band.
Other tata ai dolnu tbo aam I Portland, and her paix-m, g, and little.
thlriK an-l by hoii!J not Orrjfon. Jlr. .,ro,, n almMt daily.
The Aatoriau ia not proa'U(inf a
riiaade aiiain-l the city of Portland.
nor lla one great paper, but It due take
tli fixed aland that Portland ia fur
"IGNORANCE IS BLISS."
The bunion, Flip 'and. Muil. fiu ll,i f.,1
liming iiitciei:i "Suliooii" itrm in It
w.ltliotiy:i th,- lolnl ijii.inlil uf fitb
liiiulirt iu Kn-lumi ami Wale dining
l!M4 from Itriti'li flabiuu l-.nl. vvj
Kivaler than in lb four previoua yeara,
the alun Iraa, ai-oi.lln)f to the an
ntial rfport l.aiieil by the Hoard of
Ailnillurr and Fialierk-, the amount
(eti'limive uf .Ik-IKIcIi) heitijr 1 1 ;ii)."..(Ma
ewt.. valued at 8.4!HUHI ih-iiiiiI.. IV
pile tl.e (fem-isl iu-rea in qjautity.
fih larnbd at Kji-t C'Mt of1a howed
a le.-rea of 2WMHai ewt. in hailibirk
l.-.H.iaai c-Mt. in plabr, and HM.(aa) rwt.
in It i interval inn to not that
lo overcome the prejudice apilnt th
ue of tofl.i aa fil ereatitl by their
name, they are oli in at )-at ono
lrfttmliiie town aa 'IXiiMrn almon.' "
NEW OREGON TOWN.
Vtihtman baa the facta and fluure.
and knoalwlj,- itl. i.-nt to introduc
I hi. ayatem in IVgnn, deiHllng of
eoui uixm (be JiLulalme, and for
tli Uiirlit of th roiiiinoiiweulth it
tliould b fivn a Uiul.
Jt eoat. rmiuhly aieaklng. 7otK
annually for the tut. (If llu amount
nail a uitllion ia oll-(el from I he
taxiyeiv of th alat, th property
ownera who pay comity Inn. In Jta
kcr roilllly it coa!a vry lrr
from (hrr to i nulla on the dollar
annually. Cut (lit wit and it h-ar
a lower rain of ti nation tbruti)jhout
the con nlv and at ale. Ort-jpm ia uvw
out of deot and runnlnir on a raah
baa. In fart Oiia alalo haa alanit
a million dollar !v:.j bile, (M-d up by
tli rt-f.-rendum vol on the otuuiliiln
bill and it ia a ii'-tlnn aa In what ac
lion on tbia bill th next b-uilalur
Aa an example direct ly In point, tbf Kra-'aport to b Founded oa Rail and
It4l--ii-t' U th nam of a new
(nan that I jririf; fo I ilabliaheI
Nin ne.tr (iaidiner, by Warren 1.
Itred, tbo Cardiner i-apilali-t, aaya the
ltiebiir Review, front whom the pror
(MiM-d new- (own will lake il name. A-aiN-iateil
with him aiv lion. Joh
l.yona, former rounly ju.le of (hi
county, and W. II. Janiieon. until re
eenlly of the Roelcaf Cijiar 8lore, in
(hi city. Th three gentlemen named
I hi morriinir filed with, the county
iliik. arth-lc of Incorporation a the
!teedpoit foniiany,' with a rapitai
aUn-k of II40.IW0, and named th new
tuwn a their principal place of bui-
M-a. Tn olijei-t of the company, a
alateil In (he article, ia to enpajre in
(he real eatate, mercantile, aawniill and
tenmlioat bttniueMm. Their immediate
plana, however1, embody (he platting
. 1 -i ' . 1 1 . .,
Taa Morning A.torlan, 3o a month. I fur their town, which cm-
api.lt actual!.. th melropoll. ia one "
of lf eenl.re, .rr.nc and bonrf-h- ' " , J' " .
.-.. lo..,, inra lyond th at.,r of "f' ". "re, at a
c.rln h,.t th. U of th Stat ,v .."e
I k i il. i- r 1 a.
may think of It. relying ulely 1.,-n ber -'n' 4
(hrifonUn of ve.ti-rlay, nmlained a I
friH.t page, full-column, alx head article,
under a Seattle Half apreadiny tbe
newa 01 amilhcr aahmuton railway
Incur poral Ion. of Harriinan lnpiratio.i.
Jit a though it 'waa a matter of .au
preu.e com-ern ti (ref(uii and Oregon-
Una; whih-, on an olwur. Inid pagtj
and eoluu.u, it give a beyKariy, three-
im h aniioiincenii nt, under a iuj(le line I
h-ad, of a fl.iia piece of nnanringl
in favor uf the K. K. I.vlle road from
llil.i.o to Hie Kial, a purely Orejjon
enieiiiie, M-rvi.tg Oregon town and
rilir; and even in thia partial and be-
gruding bit of new, it due the city
uf A-toria the paltry Irick of iiitlinat-
lug that If it la erved at all by the
l.ylb- ayatem, It will h by branch line
Without making "mnuntaina out of I
mole hilla." th Aatn.ian Uae I liia in-
FASTABENO GETS IT.
FIRE BUG AT URGE
The rontra-t fur tlw rrt!.tr.MlM. of
the Columbia Ilirr IVker.' Afieia-
lion r.urela cannery, at VmbU Miff.
Ii. I a awanM to .f. A. 'a-llri'l
i thi city, wh ha bee., .Winn iiM-jBoId Attempt to Burn Building
u J,::., 77, : ;r r.r'r V". of Reform Association.
" ..in-.. ,ri ,.mi,ii,m 1 u ( lew
day, and will ttart i.iirimliatelv upon
(he iijwr.lru'lijie, and will puh vry
ih.ug o aa to initial the neir cannery
with the approaching neaxm.
DEED DISCOVERED IN TIME
BuiloVg Owned by Hop Tick, Adjoining
ZagU Drug Store, Haa Narrow Eacape
Walla Saturated Witfc Keroaeno
Fir Bug Frightened Away.
CONGATULATIONS IN ORDER,
. . . , , . ....
ieieruiiy w me iwenu tn anm
verary of the wedding of Jlr. and Mra.
Martin Foard, of thia city. They were
live recipient of many kindly meaaage
and pretty China memorial during the
lay, and to add to the pb-amire of the
festival bad at gueat Mr, ami Mrw. F.
Iloti-fur ami lr- (I N I'rinwlr of P,.rt.
land. Mr. Foard entertain. . hridtf, aa.iawiy auempx to Oura tba
whit party at ber bom lbb afternoon. I building occupied by the Chine Em
pire Reform Aaaoriation at 363 Bond
AT aittn eTiwn vtrvv I
w mniciiuiv aiu 1 .1 .j .j;,.;: .1.. r...u tn
. .1. 1 l - :
1 lia Klin arfbataH t aftTrl - ttixrtiin I '
' . ' ' - ...I a .- .v.
upon a new citizen of A(oria. In, ia " " ,UI
the early dawn, to Mr. and Mr, i. V. timely diarovery ami frightening away
Duma, at their coay home on Band- of the rneendiarr, tba building wow Id
tand bill, Grand arenue. It ia aaid the I unoduobtedly bare been deatroyed to-
neweomer will reater a a Democrat I get her with the whole of that part of
in due aeaaon.
. THE HUNGRY MAN.
The bungryi mortal I aWt uni
reraal fat tim). When one i hun
gry be want oiutliiug good, and wanta
it quick, wcll-acned, in comfortable
quarter, and at reaaonable oh That'i
hat be want; and If in Aatoria, he
porn where be know he can get ati-
faction under all theae condition, that
to the Palace Restaurant, on Com
mercial treett opposite tba Tag build
ing. The it ranger going there once.
goe there alway. Tarty, and banquet,
-rvk-e, on the tame aatixfactory cak.
"BORERS" IN EVIDENCE.
J be South Dend Juurnal, juat at hand
)! "Trompt nM-iaurea ntliat be tak
en lo prulerl the oyaier U-d of lh lary
from tairera which have put in their
aperwnr. Mr. Hianaloid, of Hi
Northern Oyaler Oimpauy abuweil 11a
oine oyatrr ahi-lla which bad lH
ilere-d by a clean cut. round hole by
the hoier, and alo one or lb borer.
The h will ahip to I', H. Fi-h Com
iniioncr Ilowrra, and get lnl no-lion
aa In what to dn (o pn-vent (h ir
jin-ad. They have pper-d on a n 11.11
Irer of lied off Ov,tfr,!r. 1 liele i In
mill that they were liipl her with
Ent-rn acd ovati-ra ovlcin.en in
h.l.-rtlle any tbry'ainv nine of them
in th barrel of acl. 1 he lrer re
aemhle a whelk and have a aha.p diill
which ptretmt the nyaler klu-ll by the
Inner whirling aromnl jhuI linn the
innlenU of th ovler are eulcn.'"
Send ber a valentine SrenaoB't Book
Stort aelli them.
The building i tbe property of Hop
Yick, who oecupie the lower Horn, aad
rent the front uptair to th Chine
Reform Aoi-ialion for nierting'pur-
poaea, the rear upper mom a are rented
to other Chine-o and tued a alecping
The attempt to fire the building wa
discovered by Go On who ocenpie one of
the rear upper room. II had bo,t
a barber afmp to get ahaved, and after
ward (topped in at the Atri restaur
ant for a abort time, About 3:13 a. m.
he (tilted home, and bad com within
perhap half a block of bia destination,
when he aaw a man dart hurriedly out
of tb front of ITop Yick' building, and
run Vet on Bond itft-et. Tb action
of the man, aroused Go On' upieion,
and he quickened hi pace and anoa
entered the building. AH waa dark, but
the atrong amell of keroaen warned
bim that something wa np, and b
prealigo to eiire everything that may
conliilinte to that potency, even if
every otln-p community in the O.egon
bordcra fa auerilln-d In the accompliah
me.it, . ... .
Si feiufiil i I'uilland Hint the wel
i-on.t mar ilcvelop a ihuI that aliail
amount lo aonieihing in a commercial
wav (with A-toria the very bane of
I ln-u. all in thi line). Hint ah Would
rallu-r caler to lb Sound poll by
iHNwting eie.v ci.ti-rpri that rnte.a
the., thai. ay a worvl iu favor of a
home point that miplit be amrimlile to
I .eh coioiilermiou f.om iiivctii.g
Portland I Portland, Oregon Includ
ed; thia ia the climax of hi-r argument.
one and nne-tourlh milca nutheat of
(ia.dini-r. The townait in near tbe line
of th forth coming railroad from
Ihaiii t Cihh Hay and adjacent to an
iinmeoe hodv of valimlile timber. The
advantage, together with the splendid
harbor facilities given by it location.
insure a iplfmlid future for the new
'Iu a few d Mr. W. H, Byara, of
Salem (former con.n.andunt of the
Oregon Soldier' Home) will con.mcm-c
surveying the tnwnite, and at the same
time we will begin the erection of
W'harie llicre,'' said Mr. Lynn, one of
(lie incorporator, in Hking of the
move.iirnt llii aftcrnnon. 'We will Io
have criN-trd at once a buihliiig for our
Notlct to FLhcrmen.
Fishing boat and other anil manu
factured at 1470 Oraml avenue, And
1( I. no longer daubted Ihroiighoul the pwral mer.-baiulie liiiinca ami gen
Slle The ueoi.le. the nnner. ate all M'' "l",- 't ncccary. to,..
cogniant of it, and tiny are icx-nling
its and Hie day (hut give Hit- lesser
tow ua of Oregon inimimily from de-
pi-nilciii-e on the city ol Ion hi mi tor
cointin-rvc. tii.iiMirlAlion and other vi
tal rc-oitrct's, will be Iniilnl most hap
pily in, every community attaining to
the f.ei'dom. It i a long almy tint!
could lie told of Portland and her el-
Hh assumption, of every good thing
Unit curei thia broad Slulc, but it will
la- tulit some ilny in lorma so convincing
of fl.mlily Hint even the ho of com
pel it ion will be denied her. Such code
a her are react lonurr ami she w ilt rili-
I It not almut lime yon were gelling Kriw,MIM. ( ,emnry and
MASSAGE, FINNISH METHOD.
Mia Olg Landea, Finuiah graduate.
room 8, Pythian bulhllng. Oive ma
aatfea, ateam and hot both. Phone
Black 2103. Will call.
LEST YOU FORGET.
that buggy Axed up! It may need new
rubber tire or per hap aome other re
paira. If ao, tak It to Andrew A-p A
Company. They al-o do all kimla of
blackaiuithlng and repair work
Yaleatlnaa at Svaneon'a.
ARB YOU SATISFIED WITH
' YOUR FUEL ?
Gives More Heat for tlie Money
Thou Any Other Fuel. Try It.
IN LARGE LUMPS OR IN SACKS
'Phone Orders to Main 1961
ELMORE & COMPANY
ill liberal course with aliumlmit bit
terness when (he mutations of lui-incs
life ahull have raised up alxmt In-r the
rilv, or cilh-s, that are to conical her
Apropia of all thia the following, tak
en from the Capital -lournnl of Salem, I
pei uliiii ly cogent and applicable:
"l no the whole Portland aplr
lion In develop Portland and let the
rest of (he State hold the sack) 1 not
Portland constantly appealing jut a
much to Washington and to Idaho a
lo thfgon? Oregon ha only one-third
of an Interest in Portland, and, while
lliuan Stale have large ritica that en
able them In bold their own with Port
land, the mall citlc and town of Ore-
gon will lie drained continually ol
population by the all-absorbing, ange
like process of Portland Oregon
need more than nil else large citic
In the interior and on the const, and
ahmild eoiiivntrwte all energies to the
upbuilding of them, and quit making
'ortlaud an abnormaly large city that
will alwnya overshadow the rest of the
S'tate. Portland want the whole State
to give her all the United State Sena
tors', want all the railroade to cen
ter t la-re, want all appropriation for
the Columbia river, want the governor,
want everything Tetoed that will build
up the Interior, and want every har
ts ir on the west coast left unimproved
and In the meantime attract all the at-i
lent ion of the world lo the fact that all
there i to Oregon i Portland. - That
i what Tom Itkhardaon la paid $."00
to build a hotel at lli-ed-port, but our
comNiny prefer, to let outsider do
lint, if they want to. However, if no
one else builils a hotel there within a
reasonable length of lime, we will Is
obliged to lake tbe matter up ourselves.
The matte. of building a sawmill and
that of o'rnting boat in addition to
the one Mr. Reed owns, ha been de
ferred until a later date. While we
could institute these iinlii-lrie our
elves, we prefer giving out-ide capital
the first elm in v. Our ni... is (o build n
lown for everyone, with eijual oppor
Kotic ia hereby grvea that the
county superintendent of Clatsop coun
ty, will bold th regular examination of ru,hed up tnir and awoke the keping
applicant for atata and county paper ,,,. ijt were procured and aa
at th Court Hou aa follow: investigation of the premise lnlituted-
For Stat Paper. i tn1 hallway and leading np
Commencing Wednesday, February 14, th tair to the second floor, It wi
at o'clock a. n, and continuing un- found that everything wa completely
til Saturday, February 17. at t o'clock.! Wtnrated wrth kemseaa. Th floor.
From the Sublime to the Ridiculoua
Valentinei at Sventon't.
Never hav to wait long at tha Oo-
cldent Barber Shop. A. E. FeUraotx
N. A. Aek.arman, 421 Bond St, do aJ)
manner of texidexmy, furnltur npbol
itering, carpet elnlng and laying, rnat-
treaa making a pecialty and all work
On Sunday, December 17th, th Dea
rer k Bio Grand railroad will inaugor
at a daily Una of atandard and tour-
bt aleeping oar betweeg Denrar and
Lo Angele In connection with th now
Clark road. Both car will leara Da
rr daily at 9:30 a. m., and arrivw at
Salt Lake City at 1:33 p. ra., th nxt
dasy. At thia point tha cart will b
bald OTr until midnight, thu allow
Ing through paanengera th privUeg of
a atop-ovar of tea koura and a half la
Salt Lak City. Eaatbound, then ear
will leave Lo Angele at 8 p. m and
arriv at Salt Lake aty at 6:30 a. m.
second morning whar they will remain
over until I: BO p. m thene to Deaver
where they will arriv at 4:20 th fol
lowing afternoon. Thia itbp-over at
Salt Lak aty of th regular line of
aleeping cart promise to be a a at
tractive feature for transcontinental
Weilnetdi y Penmanship, history,
spelling, algebra, reading, achool law.
Thursday Written arithmetic, theory
of teaching, grammar, bookkeeping,
phytic, civil government.
Friday- Physiology, geography, men
tal arithmetic, eompoiition, physical
Satumday Botany, plane geometry,
general hiatory, Euglith literature
For County Paper.
Commencing Wedne-day, Februry 14.
at 9 o'clock a. m., and continuing nntil
Friday, February 10, at 4 o'clock, p. m
First, Second and Third Grade Certi
Wednesday Penmanship, history, or
Thursday Written arithmetic, theory
of teaching, grammar, physiology.
Friday Geography, menial arithme
tic, school law, civil government.
Wednesday Penmanship, arithmetic.
Thursday Art of questioning, theory
of teaching, physiology,
EMMA C. WARREtf.
Supt. of Clatsop Co.
Moans the ability tn do a good day'
work, without limine fatigue and to
and life worth living, ion cannot hav
indigestion or constipation without its
upsetting the liver and polluting the
blood. Such a condition mar be best
and quickest relieved by 1 lei bin, the
beat liver regulator that the world has
ever known. Mr. D. W. Smith, write.
April, p, 1)2:
"I use Ilerbine, and find it the best
medicine for constipation and regulating
the liver 1 ever used. tc,
and step, the walls, and even the ceil
ing, were oaked in the intlamable fluid.
So much had been used that it wa drip
ping ami running down the wait, and
penetrating the crevice and crack
evervwhere. Further eearrh revealed a.
five gallon syrup can in the hall portal
adjoining. The can was empty. -
The Chinamen were ' thoroughly
frighleiM-d at the discovery, and ala
tioncd a man in the hallway to watch,
hould the Incendiary return t com
plete his work. No one came, however,
and it i snrmi d (hat the fire-bug
became frightened by tlie approach of
Go On and dared not return. ; '
Hop Yk-k, and all the otlier Cbiiiv
men of the district state they they
have no idea who the person 'was, w ho
should try to commit such a crime, and
know of no ra-ou why the attempt
Go (hi nys that the pcron whom he
saw running away from the build
ing waa dreed in ciliwn' clothe. It
is the general belief howetcr among th
Chinese that (he person was China--
men dtessed in American clothe. A
careful watch will hereafter I kept oa
the building to prevent any f in the
attempt to burn the pine.
FRIENDS AND LOVERS.
Hart's Irng Store.
You can pet exactly what yon want
for your friend or biver or sweetheart.
in tlie way of comic, and serious, valen
tines, tnd up to Jute souvenir postal
cards, from now to th lolh. at Frank
Hurts drug store. He ha an illimit
able, and Inimitable, tock of all sorts,
and any humor of your for fun. sa
tire, or sentiment, can he supplied oa
Sold by tlie P0'- C" ,n d look over the ir.
niens ana popular line lie i carrying.
W art aol agenti la A.torU for th Niagara Stove Workt of Buffalo, N. Y.
Celebrated Stoves and Ranges
THE ZENITH AND TEX STAR
Every on guaranteed. Will let tm
aUnd or ait oa th ova door If yt
wish. Price reduced oa all atov til
rangea till after the Holidays.
W. J, Scully
. 470-47 tXJMMERCIAL SI REIT