The morning Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1899-1930, March 26, 1906, Page 2, Image 2

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    THE MOKXIXC ASTORIAN. ASTOHLV. OUKC.ON.
MONDAY, MARCH afl, 1906.
hie
morning astorian
EiUbUshM 1873.
Published Dully by
THl j. s. DELLINGER COMPANY.
SUBSCRIPTION RATES.
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By mail, per mouth 60
Uv curior. rcr month ("
WEEKLY ASTORIAN.
Itv mail, per year, in a,ivaiio. .11.00
Enteral nMHmt-i'las mntlr June
B. 1V, at lh His.tlU-' hi Astoria, un
ion, unJer tin? not 01 1'oncrvcs oi Muivli
jrOnti for the ilrlivertig o'. Th Morn"
a wroaiAX U either rwUtMio or ptact- of
buniww ')" b mad by postal oarvt or
through Wo lion. Any Irnvularity in ,1
Uwy ahould b innnMiatWy reported to th
offlo of publioatioa.
TELEPHONE MAIN 661.
Official pupr of Oittsop county sunt
the Cliy of Atlom.
EDITORIAL SALAD.
Tlie We-l i ).( 111. 11 i njj foi .'ki.ihui
umkuti'ii. W o :i where too ilipliut'il
in;r..unt ut.n;ii,ite t-oiiio in.
K--lii.!c' IVukti .(oak. ui-eli lii-n
hi' vhir t'lo Suit i to !e.t.l heieatlrr
in IViHoiratio politic. Wli -ie t !u- lit tin .
I .iii", Uu-io muhiU the ioiimo! In- iiUo.
U. i::
1 1 1 ; ti 1 . 1 1 nuMei i ti . leim
to l'.i!!r ran 1 inli. ato t ii.it mi lii 10
ci nl fiiiiimt- trip a'ni'.ii! U' iil.-m l.eil
not .1 !'.'(! l-'reneii ...n .tii'l iiiltiinv
WEATHER.
Oregon and Washington Occas
ional light rain.
Tlii'-r Kml ci whom inn nii-Muit
ai"ii' in !'a-torn Tin W roinplaiit, in. In
oil liv t!u pom lutuiv ot llii ii :iiiiih
aiii- s, .uv not tlio vo.,1 i lii'i -0,
h .'- Soi'ii'taiy Tut wini sii.l "tin
wmk on t!h' e.iiml will j;o mi aiiei exen
tiutiitu! iii.iii an.! i'vi'ij li.n lia- tioon
liianl.'" Dili lie moan when two Sun
day 00111. together
London dot-tow have a list of 20,000
(n-l-mw wlin in"'!i'it tu i..t I'iiN. The
tlmtor are not preferred iieditm. tlmt'
I liev will eonie 111 alter tlie ilelit
to nature i paid.
any niurked im limit ion toward aeperat ' LOOKS LIKE RUSINESS.
injt il"lf from the Danish crown, tint j -
nt any rate it will, in the Kinjr'a eli , T In to eun he no further douhl. if any
illation, do no Ii.umi to clreitijllioii the , exi-ted, that Seaide i to lime a fuil
lie of Houtinient that hind it fliM . ' illumin.it iu, plant very lioi y. tiroiiud
Aivonlinely, I,,. u, proposed that the lm been broken tor the now power
nine lerlandie I'ai liuuienl shall be in- house and the men mid nmteiiaU me on
vn.'d to isit t'opeiiliuiion and have "the the ( round for the iiniiiednile puipoe
I men lives at Danish ptiblte ,, ,-oust ruel ion ; and add to this the
tail that yesterday, two milu.uN ot
tr.ukiixe iron mid supplies lit thi, city
tor I lie neeaii side metropolis and for
1 1 IM.
expense, t'aliiuel . I'.ii lianient. and pen
pie of IViimmk have enl husiast ieally
applovod the seheme. and We iua ex
peet .0011 to hear ol somethin,; lively in the lav in., of a spur Hum the mam
(i " l'''ii-"l hue to the ground and .punter of the
O ,nt (H.U. js ,U , m,, (,, 1,,,,
All smuet tip toiiate women of today, for in the premise exe.pt M10 em lust
Know- how to bake, vvanli, aitijj, mid to possible eoinplet ion. an i-ue upon whirh
I'lu.Vi the profjrensive little city i entitled to
Without these talent a wife i N. C innj;iMtulation,
1'nles she take Kooky Mountain Tea.
Krank Hart, drujjist.
Political information
Aiiiii.iinei'tui'Mts .11 .1111.1 l.liit.'s fur nltlen will
utile rules Inr men ul all iiu lli s,
,11
I'lll'llilli'l III I ll.'ie enlUllllla ill I en 1. III.
REGISTRATION
li'i'lilsllilllnn bonks nl'i'ileit bv CiilllltV ( " (.- h T'l.S'lil
II.'ulslnil..u I I. il..., I nil' I'liiuurv bleeli'in, Ainll I1',
opi'tll'.l llftel' pi ItititM' elr -I It'll, iil
DIRECT PRIMARY ELECTION
iiiiiiinn ,'
. 111
li.'L' Ut rat Inn IiihiLh i,it,.ti.i.l urtr
li. nlslnilli.il In. 1. Ha fl..e. I Inr 11. 'in Till el". 'Hull, M il 1 ., p. III.
The Morning Astortan, fl.V. a month
1 :iiu,:eipnia paper siioui.i i.e uioie
coii-iderate. I'nder theatre .initounee
nients for thi week the lti.iiii.-i pie
sents a picture over the i-aplmi " May
Irw in -Chestnut."
IT IS UP TO THE MAN!
The law of the direct primary is to
be wholly and entirely responsible for
the defeate of the candidate for nomi
nation, as well a for the nominations
themselves on the twentieth of next
next month, and the sooner this thought
takes posses-ion of the mind of those
who have voluntarily placed their nam
in the category of public appraisal, the
better it will be for all concerned. The
man who issues from that court of per
sonal probation, successfully, or unsuc
cessfully, will do well to remember that
he is a man; and that bis success, or
defeat, is no living proof of his being a
better or a worie man that his contem
porary aspirant; that out of the many
who offered their names and talents
for th? choice of the people in the selec
tion of their official nominees, but ONE
could be clio-en; that the arbitrament
was absolutely uninfluenced by any
direct appeal to popular prejudice; that
the contest lay squarely with the people
most concerned; that the judgment ren
dered carries no rebuke, no censure, no
restrictive phase, nothing that can be
construed as opprobrium, on the one
hand; and on the other, it is but a coin
posite expression of confidence of the
public in a certain man, whose name
having been absent from the list, might
have made any one of the defeated ones
the successful nominee. The law and
the people are responsible, and to the
real man, this means much. To him
who lacks the manly qualification of
quiet submission to the public franchise,
it may mean any old thing; and to him
who s.hall so lack the stamina of patient
and graceful compliance, and who re
sents the dictum of the p-ople by the
display of sore-head tactics, and who
shall seek justification by deliberately
trying to annual the choice so made, but
proves the wisdom of the people in hav
ing chosen the other man. The whole
thing U up to the MAN!
The chief objection to a Sunt hern
lVmoefUt as a candidate for Pre-id. nt
seems to W that he could not be elected.
The "auie objection appears to hold
true. al. as to a Northern Democrat.
It i all riu'lit for eminent physicians
to proclaim that fresh air is the best
medicine, but it is impossible; tlie cor
ner druggist can't tie it up with a dinky
string or seal it with auburn wax. or
invoke a .'i."i-eents.,lt-ae" blessing 0I1 jt.
So Cambridge expect to defeat Ox
ford in the 'varsity race thiH.ii'jh the
crew' diet, on ene-l Well, pos-ibly.
Much depend on the shell and the way
the crews feather their oar, especially
at Henlev.
In America Woman
Commands Man; He
Does Not Count
By Or. I Mil REICH. European PubllclM
foiiiilv Clerk tlve ii. .11. . of I'rlnmr) l .eii,,n not li.l. i lluoi M.ireh .
I usl iluv ..r lllluu p. Illl, ins lor pliielii); tninn on In. Hot for alule, coi . . e .!. n: u i.mt
illslflet nHlees March HI
last il.iv tor flMiitj pctillmis lor Ci unity ..Itl.o, pnl I,
DATE OF PRIMARY ELECTION, APRIL 10, i9o6,
riiiivnsluij v..ie of piltniiry i'leeii.in r. i i .1. mtuert Miiv i
ivi , GENERAL ELECTION
I tut liny tor II 1 1 nil eeitlllealen of lioiuliiiilloii ("i sl.il. ..rtli-es to imciulilv ol cli-vloia
April 1'.
Ii.l lluv lor llllllii liiillllllilMl.il pi'llllnns Inr stale oltti . , Miiv t,
l ast iluv lor nilng cerlldculi of noiiiiui.ll. no. I..r county i.ftl.'er. I.v us. ii,l.ti ol
elis ion, Mnv t
iluv fur itlliiii uoiuliiutliiK . .1111. .us lor couniy ..Ml. . s. Miiv 1 1.
. GENERAL ELECTION, JUNE 4
BE SIRE AND REGISTER
CANDIDATES ('ANNOUNCEMENTS
Itrpubliean
0
THE GREAT FRATERNITIES.
In the vast and varied changes that
are being constantly rung for the obser
vance of mankind, the social fabric, as
such, would be torn to tatters, if it
were not for great organic fraternities.
They are the saving influence in hus
banding the mutual reliance .d loyalty
of man to man in the daily and hourly
conflicts in which he is engaged. And
it i good. The quasi-public combina
tions, such as political parties, com
merscial bodies, and communal insti
tutions, often develop incongrous and
hurtful elements and junctures that
drive men in disgust, to the refuge of
retirement and tie their hands in inani
tion, until the larger, healthier and
broader impetus of association is again
renewed by the truer and cleaner urg
ing of the lodpe-ioom and the faith re
built upon the tics and associations that
are so rarely broken. It is good to
think there is one, unfailing sources for
the ro-adjustment of these interrupted
conditions, and the knowledge of the
ROtirce of the inspiration should but tend
to perpetuate the kindly dominance.
Let us dig the Panama Canal in a
decent, orderly way and without fur
ther delay, and leave the work of dig
ging for canal scandals to the crow and
vulture and Colonel Wattcr-un's
" v.olve "!
0
The man who climbed to the top of a
flag-pole on a Cleveland skyscraper said
when he was hauled down bv a police
man, that he was Crover Cleveland. It
was not the ex-President. Willi all his
varied accomplishments the Sage of
Princeton doe not climb llag-poVs.
u
It ha- all along been fairly evident
that there j no burning anxiety mi the
p.:rt of the New York Life tru.-i to
bring Judge "Andy" Haniil'mi hi
11 "in r.urope. 1 lie rea.i.n 1 now appar
ent. The judge js explosive and shou
be branded "dangerou."
-Among tin- many suggestion pourin
in by mail upon Buffalo's reform .Mayor
is one that all city officials should I
required to go to church in a body on
a month to help their moral. The in
ferenee that once a month i all that is
necessary is probably considered a com
pliment by the city's official.
1 iie appointment of Charles S. Fran
ci, of Troy, as Ambassador to Austria
Hungary is to b" heartily commended
Mr. Francis has seen diplomatic service
as Minister to Greece, Koumania and
Scrvia, and is well equipped for the
duties of his new post. His experience
and character fit him for usefulness in
a career in which he follows the foot
steps of a distinguished father, who
served as United States Minister at
three European courts.
0
The Rev. Dr. Parkhurst has much to
say concerning "the easy and self
satisfied way in which we regard the
moving down of the savages and semi-
savages in the Philippine Islands."
.Something might be said, also, as to
the minister of the gospel, who, in an
easy and self-satisfied manner, brings
the gravest of charges against the honor
of the United States army and the,
President of the United States without
waiting for facts to substantiate his
charges,
Countes de Castcllane has applied for
absolute divorce instead of separation,
ami the matter will probably be atis
factoiily arranged as soon as the finan
cial part of the transaction is settled.
The daughter of the fioulds will un
doubtedly have to pay a good pric for
her freedom, but it will hardly be as
expensive as her marital bondage has
proven.
King Frederick of Denmark evidently
does not mean to have his kingdom
threatened with secession if he can help
11 is not Known that Iceland has
ATIONS ilitTor in iiutiiitif; nioro than in their women. I
wuuhl liko to state tlutt I have not tlio uli-jliti'st intention
of lniiig tli.Hm'Hl)lt I ilo not Maine, I do not praise; I
only say, ami I say it emphatically, that Til K AM Kill
CAN WOMAN IS NOT WOMANLY; SHK IS NOT
A WOMAN". In America woman COMMANDS man. Man does
not count there. She lives so that she can have 11 punl time; the lives
for sensation. She wants to Ik' alone, nml she cannot he alone with
out dablilii;i: today with chemistry, tomorrow with physiology nml the
day after with Iiuddhism. She is made up of KKSTI.KSSNKSS
AM v 1 1 i 1 h 1 1 N r long U'fore she is twenty-live. lint Hhe is
very Ieautifiil.
The Frenchwoman has intense energy. She dis s not understand
false positions, and she is impatient of them. In Kngland, on the
other hand, everything is sacrificed to TAI.SK POSITIONS.
In (Jermany they think their greatest character i woman. There
they have everything in perfect ordertheir army, their navv. their
Juration hut the woman is the CANKF.K in Prussian life. Audit
is through woman that Prussia vi go to rack and ruin.
The greatest heroes were madly fond of women. The Fnglish are
very proud of Ncdson anJ of Trafalgar ami rightly so, hut there would
have Wen no Trafalgar had there leen no Itdy Hamilton. It was
Nelson's love for his Kmnia that made him fight as he did at Trafalgar.
IT WAS HIS I.OVF F0K KM MA THAT I'UT INTO HIM
THE AKDOR WHICH BROrGIIT OUT THAT JMPRFSSIYF.
PATRIOTISM.
W omen do not love Napoleon. They love the men- middle class
mediocrities rather. And yet Napoleon loved ihcm, and it was I.OVF.
which induced him to do the great deeds he did.
British w .im 11 are ton cold to take their rightful place, to perform
their proper part, in the inspiration of heroes.
IF ANYTHING GREAT SHOULD EVER COME TO IRELAND IT
WILL BE THROUGH HER WOMEN.
'1 he Rr.s.-ian woman will discourse on everything. She known fif
teen laiioiiii'es, hut -he is no woman.
Why doe. the Fnglishwoman not take a leaf out of the French,
out of the Iri-h, hook; Why does she not eomliine some features of
l , .1 11 !. .1 . .. . . . ...
uu in auu iiemime a iuuf Illor(. aenve, a utile more lnliuential Let
her keep her hoy with her till he is fourteen or fifteen and not. sem
liini away to a put, He school at ten; keep him under her MATFR
NAL INI- n'F.WF, iu the home atmosphere; lavish more lov
more kisses, on him and try to make a hero of him. Let her not In
afraid of making him effeminate.
Love is the goddess that rules the heart and the head, and it is
woman that gives the keynote to everything.
NO MAN CAN EVER BE A REALLY GREAT MAN UNLES8
imruutNtt WAS SHED ON HIS YOUTH. GREAT MEN
IMPLY GREAT MOTHER8 AND GREAT WIVE8, SUCH AS IT SHOULD
BE THE AMBITION OF EVERY WOMAN WHO ASPIRES TO THE
TITLE OF "NEW TO BECOME.
FOR GOVERNOR. jm-t to the approval of
Republican of Oregon ro hnrrby votern at the prlmrle.
informed that I am candidate for th A. M. CRAWFORP.
nomination of (inventor at th prim-
riea to be held April 20th FOR STATE PRINTER.
JAMKS WmnrO.MIIi:. IV Mi.drr.ltfned nnuuncr hlm.( m
a Republican candidal for rennmlnv
FOR SECRETARY OP STATE 1 """ f"r Sl,U V,int"' n,,h'1 l" Vm
I hereby announc. my.elf . ondi-' ''"l '"1"" U', "'l'-"" vt. at th.
dale for the olllce of .Wt.ry of St.te.i ' 'T ' "'""
and .k th auppoit of .11 R.-puMl-! '"f . ' 1 "!""
1 . tomt'V (hat Fin L-mii Brwtrtt.! 4, W t
can. F. T. WRKillTMA.V. I ' "
; oniceri generally, that of renomlna
1 tlou, would be greatly appreciate I,
FOR SHERIFF. j j. U. WIMTNKY.
I hereby announce mynelf ai a can-: Albany, O.egon.
didate for dhcrifT on the Republican '
ticket at the primary nominating elee-.FOR SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC
tion. KMSLEY HOUGHTON'. INSTDtfCTin
J I hrrnby aiinouii.-P mynlf ai a rn-
FOR ATTORNEY-CENERAL. fu
"( Siiporinlrndrnt of Public Inatruc-
Tha undcniKiiwl hereby annoum-ri j tion, and .oli.-lt thi aupjM.rt of all
hinmelf an a ramlidata for rv.-ctioti publlmna at tha prlmarioa. April 20th.
to tha office of Attornty-Gmaral, ub- J, H, ACKKRMA.V
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