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TIIK MOKXIXC ASTOIUAX. ASTORIA. OKKUOX.
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 7, igoo
We Have the New
Steel Cut Java and Mocha
Baker's Barrington Hall
See Our Window Display.
m NOT FAILURE
PURK FOOD CRUSADE.
I llll VOO, M.n.li, it. ( ,i,ai,'o til ho
i:iaihi 1 me goiue. In lake iii the 1 1 1 1 1 1
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i!iiil wlinli rll t ii liinh, ii w,t- -aid
X fti'ldax thai til,' lllllo1; iphcl , would
not niiii Id, 'in.
LETTER TO MOTHERS
One Piano Number With Every Five
All A-lutia Women Should He Intel
eiitwl n Thu I.i'ttn.
Ml. l W Slump ,, I ,i 1 1 1 . ,i. Illii 1,
wiilc, " v, ih 1 could induce excix
inotlici xv Im Im n, al. -, klx child
t" li that 1I1 Ihlmi I liter pli'pa'it
t ion, lllol. I li in 1 Ie ihlllehlcl h ,
Political Conference of Prominent
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DISCUSS EVILS OF POLITICS
pale. II1111 Mid i, klx h,,l no
p I He and Im aniliil ,,li
A. V. ALLEN
1 mini mfn win 111; i
or iudix i.hul i'ii'. I It punished under
the ut. I'lllillu the Icaillstel - -tllkf
! I.i.l n imiH't- lent McC.uti. hu-iue
. ;ii.vni tin' icaui-tfi I nioii. wa
j h.'hl In the criminal colli! by .Ill-tiff
j IWIcx t 1 1 i -1- tin1 ;ii t.
Employers Contention is Overruled 1 1. Iiih, which wa pycd iiumed
By the Court. ! 'i,,,,'.v 'he railroad .uihe of is"
j ttr!i.l intci fcicme with tin- lui-ine
J of any railroad, corporation or company
' cr with any other iudix ilual 01 linn,
i ... ' . .
1 hi attorney tor the union argue
tliat ihi- intent if tin' legi.latuie xx.i.
to protect railroad iiiiiiiatiii and that
tlit woiU "Other linn or individual,"
xxeie put into make the ai't constitu
tional and not cla legihition.
Ol.on ami Sliom were indicted under
t tlif railroad act and for assault with
.1 deadly weapon. They will he tried
only 011 the latter charge.
IS VICTORY FOR UNIONISM
Purpose of Conference Was to Unite
Those Working for Popular Bet
termentForms of Graft
C01.11 1 Decides Violence Glowing Out ol
Stnkti Cannot Be Punished-Km
ployeis Loose C Kit st
Authontative Act ot Coutt.
CHICAGO, March tk The contention
of the Employers' Association that til
violence growing out of a strike could
be punished under the railroad act of
1"77 was overrule! by IihIl'" Honorc
vesterdav in the case of Fred Olson
and Frank Shorn, member of t hi
Janitors' Union who were accused of
assaulting two non union janitors; Jur
ing the strike two years ago.
The decision is the first authorita
tive intrepretation of the act by a
court of record, and is regarded by la
bor men as an important legal victory.
Attorneys for the employers as
sociation have contended that any in
terference with the busine.s of a firm
Your attention is
called to our new
store, now open and
ready for business
We Do Expert
GIVE US A CALL
The Eastern Painting
& Decorating Co.
No. 75 8th St.
(Continued from page 1)
few restraint. In the cotitc-t liefore
the public lands committee ov. r the
Hilton lull etabiihing thin right, the
opposition of the department i- encoun
tered. The Interior department holds
that under eiting law. the miner of
the three -tales named have a right
to cut timber for mining puroe on
non-mineral public domain, which hmild
lie -tilficient relief fur them. It is also
set fmth by the department that there
have been grave abuses of the right
to cut timber on mineral land, in the
other western tate now enjoying the
privilege, and an effort is Ix-ing made
to prevent pread of the evil to the
three renminbis: commonwealths.
Admitting that the privilege is leing
abu-ed in many xvc-teni -tatc. the real
effort of tho-e uoiking for Oregon
Wa-hingtoii and ( alifmnia i to have
a general law enacted which will bear
uniformity upon all, and will afford reas
onable -lifeguard- again-t e.ce-ive cut
ting. If tho, iiftufior depal fluent is
Hon to -nppuit of tiij- effort, its formu
lation into law will be pi, nt ie illy as-ur.-d.
and ei. -11 witi,,, nt .-..idi.il interior
department co-operation, it -eems po
-ible thai thi- will in- 111" nxcllllc of
l-'ji-hitii'ii adopt.-,! in t )' -i-nate.
BIC WAR BUDGET.
I. Mx iN". M.i ! .-ii Aeeni-ding to a
memoiaii'liini i--ii'-, ti,ni''!it the army
e-tiniate- i,,r the iiinent u-ar are
about .-.ii.iiioimi and the navy cli
mate, .s 1 si 1.1 km 1.1 mh 1. In liutt, I, ranches
tlj- governmeiit ha- -imply adopted estimate-
prepared by it- ps-edcci .ors.
Thu- the nation'- ie'en-e bill, ag
gregate, narly .-"i.io.iiiiii.lin. ilctroys any
poibiiitjc- of a large budget -nrplils
or of a -iib-tan' ial r-din-t ion in taxa
tion. The liberal papers aie disappoint
ed that, the government ha- seen rio way
to clfee! the reduction, which the coun
try ii-tt til-ally iiojic-l by a lib-r.il govern
i:w oi;k. Maid, 1
luke-, nlm I ill lit- t Xctelil.l Ho III
tllil ( (illfeil't , oil ci (Hl'llii . polllli-.ll
lllld llldll-t I i.ll eolldil ,m. o the pic-cut
which wa- held .it V010t.n1, t mm , ,e
11 ifil that the coiifeiriic.' wa- a tailine
in anv mi), The pin pi I 1 In cmi
ferellce. he ..lid. was ( diaw toelhcf
tho.e who h.ne bei'ii working in vaii
oils wa lor popular betlei'iieul I tie
eiiN ol" the politicial and indii-ti ill
situation wel.. disci..ed.
t hief among thrm wa. the xaiimi.
form, of graft, and the contud ut le
islatiiiis ami goei niuciital institution
All picenl had leiniilic to .iie.'
for this evil. Tln-y diffcied ill Im in in. iic
than in .iib.lanc-, main of the ii-pub-liean-
pie. cut le!iecd with State Sen
ator I'olby of New 1. 1 , that 11111, h j
coiilil lie .lime Ii arousing "renter c.1'1
ill the .election of hmie.i npre-ciila
tives and iinivei.al pal te ipatjuii 111 th
lleorire Williams uf Ma.-.u hu-etts.
echoed the thoughl of mo-l ol the dem
ocratic lefollliels b eple..illg the lie-
lief that the deimx tat ie parv wa cap
able of reform within it. elf, o that it
might become a paiu commit ted to
genuine popular government.
It wa the Udief of .tudenls like
1 roie-.or 1 .nuiniK, Mr. Moke aiil,
that opM. itiinitics for public .er
lice were U'ctiiniiig .,, umeli larger, wilh
the growing coinplevily of eiviliit ion,
that public life would attract many
more hone.t and intelligent men wh.)
heretofore have thought they found a
lare sphere of aelivitv in the uppur
tunities ,,f private life.
The .ocialist, pi.-ent. while ,ulmi'.
ting that all reforms which h-d to ,1
larger ju-lieo wcie valuable, thmigli'
the s.nne time and effml could be -pent
to belt r adi.iiit.ige in
people Ii. le.-oni- I ill
fundamental iniu-ti.e ,u
whole Mr. Mok-., -aid, the
f all the -peaker- wa 1110. 1
the gein-ial Intel of npjn
Im .1 In :;ei pa 1 1 h ip.i I n ,i l.v
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TO PKOTKCT INVKNTORS.
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shlpl ill the .oiliest fo lll.nm of V,..
Ih little 1 tile, we all
Id make life happy and bn-lii.
Smile in the morning, .mile .11 1 n,
lake Itocky Moitiitain fe,i at iiiybt
Frank Matt, dnifci-i.
The Morninif Antonan. ftV month
THE REAL TEST
opt imi-t i,
u'ei pi )
. March Ii. hl-t ire 'I'ru.l
eouit ,t 1 .jo . iiiied Charles
fix er ,,i il,. p. 11 1 ncr-hip
ck w ell and
They have a sole that won't wear out.
FIGHTING THE POLICE.
. )'.. .March ti. War iignin-t the po
lice continue-. Todav a captain and
Sergeant u'cic killed. A hand of rogue'
i- at 'ncking -hop- extorting money at
the point, of r -volxci's.
S. A. GIMRE,
AGENT FOR THE DOUGLAS SHOE
543 Bond Street Opp. Ross Higgins & Co.
CHEAP RATES FROM THE EAST
VIA THE 0. R. & N. CO.
The Mowing lit represents a few of
the Eastern points from which Colonist
rates shown below will apply via the
0. R. & N. to Astoria from February
13th lo April 7, 1906:
Atlanta, Ga., $40.75; Pittsburg, Pa.,
$42; Baltimore, Mxl., $49.75; Washing
ton, I). C, $49.75; Boston, Mass., $49.90;
Peoria, 111., $31.; Buffalo, N Y., $42.50;
Oklahoma, 0 T., $30; Chicago, 111., $33;
St. Louis, Mo., $30; Cincinnati, 0., $39;
Kansas City, Mo., $25; Cleveland, 0.,
$40; St. Joseph, Mo., $25; Detroit,
Mich., $39.75; Omaha, Neb., $25; Mon
treal, Que., $48.90; Sioux City, la., $25;
New York, N. Y., $50; St. Paul, Minn.,
$25; Philadelphia, Pa., $49.75; Minnea
polis, Mjnn., $25.
Money can be deposited here for
tickets which will be delivered to pas
sengers at any point in the east without
extra charge. For further information
apply to 0. W. Roberts, agent, 0. R.
& N. Company.
f the -iipretn,
1 l!el-e. dr., re,
propel ty of ( harle- A.
William I). Ihi-c,". u ho
tir f Mock well A- Ku-cr. manufacture!-
of machinery ;,t :,i 1 1 iinore. Chi
cago, and thi- city, p 11, ling a -uit
brought by ' barbs Slock xxell against
William I). Kn-cr for a ,ii--olution of
the pal t ncr-hip on account of disagreement-
between the paitin-i-. d'hc linn
is solvent. Ii. T. .Morgan has b.-cit up
pointed iciciee i, -tale the account
of the partner-hip.
PETITIONS FOR WRIT.
s.W I KAV'CISt O. M.,-.-h (i. -tiemge
1). Collins appeared bi-ime i,e supreme
Court ye-terday xxith a. petition for a
x'. tit, of habea- corpus. ' he ground on
which he 11-ked for the writ wan that
lie had not been fried on the charge on
which he was extradited and that, the
second indictment on which In- was con
victed cover the same material points
lis that which lie Was biought. back to
the -late. A there wa- not a ma
purity of the justice pre-em ye-leryad
afternoon his petition was not acted
01 BtrylcU I U ;!! Il a Tfcar.
There la only tn teat ty which t,.i
Jude of the rmVlcncy of any artlclt
and that la by Im anility to do thai
which It lit Intended lo Jo. Many hulr
vigor may look nice ami mel nic,
but the point li-lo they eraillcato linn
druff and atop falling hair?
No, they tin not, but IlcrplHiln im,
btcauiif! It goes to the root of the evil
and kllln tho uerm that attawke the
papilla from whence the hair eeta t
letters from prominent people every
where are dally proving that Newbro'a
Herplclde Htaniln the "teal of un "
It In a deliichtful ilre-jtinfr. clear, pure ,
ami free from oil or itrease. j
Sold by leading lrnfsfiists Send lie In '
itlanipii for munpln to Tho Herplclde fo.,
tietrolt. Mich. j
Eagle Drug Stole, .'!,', 1 ,').,;) pond St., j
Owl Drug Store, a Id Com. St., T. F. '
LauHn, Prop. "Special Agent " !
distress after eating, dizziness, that
heavy feeling, wind and pains 111
tht stomach and birred tongue, take
before you retire to rcM. They
Mart the gastric juices, assist the
stomach to dispose of the food, en
courage good appetite, sound di
Kcstion and make you fed life is
Hold Everywhere. In boxes 10c. arid 25c.
CA.MIilillx;!:., .Mas-., March 0 A
telegram was received nt the Harvard
observatory ye-terday from Professor
Kreutz at Kiel announcing the discov
ery by Profes.sor Kopf of Heidelberg.
of a faint come. The position 011 March
.'I, five hours nine minutes and six sec
onds Greenwich mean time was right
ascension eleven hours, thirty-live min
utes, fifty-six seconds; the declination
one degree, forty minutes. The daily
motion in right a-ceii-ion is twenty-eight
seconds and in declination for minutes.
"05 Commercial Street
at a p. m.
during the week
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305 Commercial Street.
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k ,i!d people, si, 'kit" XX-1
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The Bet Cough Syrup.
S. I.. Apple, e Probiitu dodge, tU-i
taxxn Co., K.inoitt. wittc: "Dim U toj
ny that I lute tM'd H,i!hud' lime .'
hound Sirup Im icnit, .ml I do not.
elate to ie. i,iiuieti, it at the ,ett
oiigh ttyriip I have exer ued." i.V" '"e -
mid 1,110. Sod bv liut t drug ttote.
AitorU'a Reliable Clothier.
LARGEST LOT OF ItOX AND TAHLKT PAPER EVER BROUGHT
TO ASTORIA. FINE CORRESPONDENCE PAPERS IN BULK AND
BOXES IN ALL FASHIONABLE SHADES AND FINISHES. ALSO A
OPES. SEE THE SHOW WINDOW, THEN COME INSIDE AND SEE
LARGE LINE OF COMMERCIAL PAPERS, TABLETS AND ENVEL
J. N. GRIFFIN
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