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THE MORNING ASTORIAN. ASTORIA. OREGON.
THURSDAY, APRIL i, ia
SPEECH BY BRICK
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SUN IS BLAMED.
1.0NIXA. April 11. Ainoiijr the in
terestiusr opinion' of Scientists of the
eruption of Mt. Vesuvius is one from
l'rof. Hilar, of Laibaeh, and authority
on seismic disturbances, who in a tele
gram to the Daily "NL:iil atrilmtes the
eruution to tho activity of a went sun
NIP IT IN THE. BUD.
first Afpraraac-e of DaadrnC a Fete
nmaer ( Fatarc Baldaraa.
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MAY BE DELAYED
Eruptions of Vesuvius May Delay
DUE AT NAPLES ON THE I9TH
Should Eruption Continue the Ship on
Which the American Athletes Are
May Not Be Able to
NEW YORK. April ll.-The erup
tions m' Mt. Vesuvius may delay the
American athletes who are enroute to
take part in the Olympic games at
Athens. The members of the teams are
passengers on the North German Lloyd
steamer Rirbarosss which is due to ar
rive at Naples, Thursday, April 19
The molton flow from Vesuvius has in
terfered vitth railroad communication
with Xaples. Should the eruption con
tinue, the Baftirossa may have no port
of entry on the west coast of Italy and
may be compelled to lie at anchor in
the Bay of Naples at a sufficient dis
tance from the shower of cinders.
Railroad facilities in-Southern Italy
are not of the best. According to the
original program, the team was to dis
embark at Naples and proceed over
land to Brindisi, where they were to em
bartye on a coast stewmejr, reaching
Piraues, the port of Athens on Sunday
April 22, the first day of the games. The
Americans, hovwever, are not schedul
ed to compete until April 23.
It was said here yesterday that should
a delay to the Americans prove serious
the Grecian authorities at Athens might
be appealed to in the hope that a,gun
b?at would bo sent to take the athle
tes from the Bay of Naples Athens.
NOMINATE STATE OFFICERS
Temporary Chairman Brick Speaks on
Rword of Republican Party and
Emphasizes Fact of Its
NEW FISH HATCHERY.
WASHINGTON', April ll.-Among
the many bills passed by the Senate j
this morning wa- one granting lands;
on Morton Island, in Snake river, Ore-
INDIANAPOLIS. April II. The
publican state convention to nominate
all oHiecr eeept governor, lieutenant
governor and reporter of the supreme
court held it's prtdimimtry session today
and heard addresses of Abi!m !.
lliick the temporary chairman. Senator
l!ceridge and Hcmenway and Gover
nor llanly. Chairman Brick said:
''Strippeed of its naked simplicity, the
battle crv of the democrats in everv
campaign since the advent of the re
publican iiartv into power, lias lieen
"We want to get in' we are against
evervt lum that has been clone, anil we
are for anything . that will make you
want something else. You ouirht to
have a change."
But when they talk about exchanging
from Republicans to democrats mhv i-
there anything in tli' past or present
that would make vou want it change.
For thirty years or move they hae
covered their banners with political
heresies -fiat montv free trade and free
silver. Ftnv more than half a century
they live dauouiiced in unmeasured
invective the doctrine of protection, as
unconstitutional and a robbery of the
many to enrich the few. And still
they reiterate you ought to have a
Need No Change.
Is there anything in the shining sun
or silver stars that makes you think
you ought to have a change? It there
anybody in all this broad laud today,
democrat op republican who could hon
estly tell you who would tinwrite a
single line of that iinjerishable record
graveen in the monumental bronze of
four countrymen immortality, by all
the great republicans from Abraham
Lincoln, the kindest, the, gentlest and
tenderest of the world, the grandest
heros of its fb-rces war, down to the
latest utterance of that type of flower
of robust, courageous brave and true
hearted manhood, upright ns a pine, a
tourch bearer of American ideas, the
Roosevelt, since 1800, with the exeep.
tion of Cleveland's administration, the
republicans have had control of our
national lite. And it was only during
Cleveland s last iiign t fiat the oppo
sition possessed congi'ss as well a
the president. You hive not forgot-t-n
those da i- of unmitigated deco
cratic powers. They meant four years
of individual poverty and a national
deficit; four years of a damaged nation
al credit; and a deranged eurrcnev; four
mtoh a mm
I jl fl 1 1
Tho. old way
is no longer in
vogue, we have
new people, new
ideas, new life.
New ideas have
also been adopt
and the up to
date merchant is
looking for the
BEST to be had
I claim to be
up to date and
seek the BEST!
Those who know
me, know that.
Yours for Style Yours for duality
Yours for Reliability
Astoria's Reliable Clothier
gon to the state as a fish hatchery, ; years of cumulative mortgages and des-
the other bills passed follow:
Authorizing the allotment of land to
natives of Alaska prohibiting the use
of driving apparatus in the taking of
sponges; authorizing the State of Mon
tana to select lieu lands; prohibiting
aliens from gathering sponges in Am
When the senate met a - resolution
of the Illinois legislature indorsing the
permanent retention (thc Isle of'
Pines as American territory, was read.
Newlands was appointed a conferee
of the statehood bill, to take the place
f Patterson who is enroute to Colo
rado. In response to a request by Tillman
to fix the time for taking a vote on the
rate bill, Aldrich expressed the opinion
that before the end of the week the
speeches would be so far disposed of
as to enable the Senate to forsee the
end of geeral discussion.
They have a sole that won't wear out.
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farms are especially liable to many ac
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rapidly when Ballard's Snow Liniment
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pairing foreclosures, four dismal years
of countless disasters, hunger and hor
rorof children crying for bread on
hone-t lalair a trump on the deserted
highways of trade.
Realities Not Theories.
I believe in realties rather than the
It may be that, theoretically, to n
political economy all our prosperity is
ficticious. It may be that the doc
trine of free trade is aged giving theory
of spotless origin. Hut we have tried
both. We have, tried them more than
once, and I am rather inclined to the
opinion that a full stomach and a well
clothed body is a kind of realty I
much prefer to a God given theory
that makes me hungry and poor. We
have tried both and this country never
was prosperous under free trade. It
has always been prosperous under pro
tection. I believe in erecting, not in tear
ing down. I don't want to win upon the
vom of my country. I don't want to
live in a political graveyard where the
tombstones marks the grave of a dead
I don't want to dwell among tho
ruins of a dismantled industry. Just
nine years ago the dingly tariff went
into force and effect. Judged by Its
results, that have no parallel anywhere
it is the most beneficent act of tariff
legislation that ever eimanatcd from
the brain of man in this or any other
country. This fact is, to have at
tained tle magnificently commanding
position we hold means that of nil the
world and every count iy in it, the
genius and industry ojf our bitizens
reinforced by our resources and mar
shalled by our political policies, have
been incomparably the best. Yes, it
means more than that let us use
plain sense.it means that any material
change in our policies will immediately
usher into every home a blighting are
akin to the duv experienced from 1M
to 107. It will not do to underesti
mate the far reaching and even potent
part of our tarilf legislation has taken j
in all this national gt cat ties, power
and prestige. It i- plain to all that
everv business concern in the land will
fctand or fall, not so much upon its;
oppifuiiitiiS as in th contruclivM' j
ability, plans, and poliejc. it displays
li-e .if it.- opportunities Providence,
only helps them that help themselves.
Changes Taking Place.
In the mutation of events chutigs
take place, great movements crown each
other in new pKa-cs, and we nuts re
vise the tariff schedule as to particu
lar items to meet the evolution of com
mercial activity. But nobody wants
it revised by the author of the Wilson
bill, no it should be revised and will be
r.-viscd by the creator jn our magnificent
We have been enforcing the laws
against unjust combination with vigor,
courage and good faith and ability.
The records of the courts show this.
There have been over acventv two ad
judications in cass brought against the
wrong doers of combination, and many '
more of far reaching significance ure ,
pending now. And the republican par- '
ty is now battling in the house and the '
senate to relieve the, people, as fur leg
islation can relieve them, of unjust dis- j
crimination, and to secure even handed
mid steady rates to all shippers. i
What the republican party has done
what it is doing and what it proposes to
do. is an ample guarantee of what, it
will do in the future.
J. Q. A. BOWLBY, President.
0. I. PETERSON, Vice-President.
r'RANK PATTON, Cashier.
J. W. GARNER, AwiaUnt Cashier.
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BOOKS, STATIONERY, MUSIC, AND SPORTING GOODS.
The annual meeting of the stockhold
ers of the Progressive Land and Build
ing Association will be hald at the Par
ker House in Astoria, Oregon, on Tues
day the. 17th., day of April, 1906, at 7
o'clock p. m.
F. L. PARKER, Secretary.
Dated this 7th day of April 1900.
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