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THE MORNING ASTOIilAN, ASTORIA, OREGON.
SATURDAY, JULY it, i9off,
, . Published Daily by
IKS J. S. EELLINGEE COMPACT.
By mail, per year 17.00
By mail, per month..... .10
By wirier, per month .15
B, nail, per year, in advance.
I Tr' '
THE EIGHT-HOUR DAY.
The eight-hour day U fast becoming
an accepted principle of the labor world
of America t the goveriim nt itself h
adopted it, enforced it, and provided
penalties for ita strict 'observance. This
mean much, for the government i the
one, potent administrative force in the
country that could suceea-rfutty herald
and champion the principle. The trade-
aiiiiid it 4 liMittatifr wvitt,l naini It a v-a I
wrought ita general application and they UtRTY years ago I ventured the prediction that Mowow
owe much to th federal recognition it
has received. A a real, active, basic
Entered aa second-! matter Jane
X.im, at tha poatofflca at AMorta. Ore
roB, mndtr Ui act of Coufreaa ol March ,
VOrdera for the deUwannc ot Taa Mom
dmuiwuii to either roaideooe or place ot
buftama way be nude by ratal card or
through Merhon. Any Irregularity la oV
B- abould to immediately reported to tbe
oOea ot pubiicatioB.
TELEPHONE MAIN 66r.
U City of Astoria.
Offleial paper of Clatsop county and
wal destined to be the revolutionary atonn center of Eu
rope. The ashes of the Tuileriea were hardly cold when I
hazarded that forecast. The breakup of the Ruaaiaa em
pire, aa it has hitherto been known, can hardly fail to give
powerful stimulus to the movement in favor of the formation of
STATES ON THE BASIS OF NATIONALITY.
That k shopping a
pleaturejooi Value for
youi money and" "If a
pleaaure to show goods,"
salesmen. We h thera
both. It's so trouble
but a pleaiur to show
you joods, sod we ie
that you get your
t ooeyi worth. Drop
la and look at oar
parlor sets and canter
tables this week." The
prico, ityle, tad finish,
will astonish yon.
, SS-S9o-S8 Comawlal St.
Western Oregon and Washing
tonFair; slightly wanner, ex-
cept near coast 1
Eastern Oregon and Washing-
ton, IdahoFair, continued warm
JEROME ON ROOSEVELT.
District Attorney Jerome, of New
York, had to travel a thousand mile
into the South for an opportunity to
criticise President Roosevelt. He did his
little stunt before the bar association of
Georgia where he waa reasonably cer
tain of a sympathetic audience; and the
test of his stricture waa the recent criti-
1? ra" of, the president upon the ruling of
" tr ; . " " i - . .. -a,
federal judge, upon a matter well
within the presidential purview and in
a case brought by the government, Mr,
Jerome has suffered a good deal, since
his acquisition of the great metropolitan
office he now holds, with undue expan
sion of the cranium, and has pretty near
ly achieved the belief that he is in the
class of which presidents are made;
hence his readinea to indulge in such
, pyrotechnics as he got off in his Georgia
speech. President Roosevelt is, as Mr.
Jerome says, no lawyer, but he is some
thing equally as good, and, under cer
tain conditions, a blamed sight better.
He is a man of eommon-sense with the
reciprocal courage to express himself.
.' He ha the right to constitute himself
the rigorous critics of every man in the
federal service if he is convinced there
, is error, or worse, at hand. That is what
the people expect of him, and what they
honor him for. There is no profession
so sacred as to be beyond the pale of
criticism, and if there is, it has ceased
to be a profession and has become a
fetish. This morbid clinging to high
flung ethical standards is one of the "life
buoys" of 'the professional stickler of
today. " No lawyer, doctor, clergyman,
engineer, scientist nor man of other
high pursuit needs such bolstering if
his life and work reveals his own innate
honor and lofty attributes,; he is recog
nized and appreciated at once and every
where. It is an excellent thing for the
people that we have a president whose
keen judgment may be relied on to ex
pose the weaknesses and delinquencies
that might otherwise remain unobserv
ed, and whose resolute spirit is equal
to the task of , "squashing" the sickly
sentimentality that would spare the
professional huckster from the due pen
alty of bis blunder or his sin.
sating return for his wage, than the man
borne down by the exactions of the
"driving system of the prent.
OV EDITORAL SALAD. . 0
Hasten the moulting period and you
will hasten winter egg production.
Let as see that all the animals have
drink, when they want it, this sultry
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mlmion if anf trianiia lMmal. tmi aa a
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E G- GEE I'D
$ Who is known
.throughout tha Unltad
jSUtea on account of
-hU wonderful eurea.
Ko pdaona nor draga us4. 11 guars a
tea to curt oatarrh, Mthtna. lung and
throat t rouble, rhrmnalUan. nervouanea.
atomaoh, liver, and kMney, famala com
lainia and all ohronle diaeaatt,
UCCESSTUL BOME TREATMENT.
If f on eanncit mil writ for armntom
blank and alreuhtr, Ineloainst 4 canu in
THE C. GEE WO MEDICINE CO.
102 First St, Corner Morrlaon,
Pleaas mention ths Aa tor tan
maxim of (lie buftinesa life of the coun
try, it it, and will be, lmmcnely valu
able; Why its formal and universal en-
igagement throughout the realm of human
employment will come in time, the aban- j SilALLEK
driven now, to the utter relief of the bwd in check for years by the dread inspired by the existence
labtr, whetiwr he be desk-man or of the Russian Colossus on the eastern frontier waa left free to realise
ditch-man or employer. 'The principle is ts jjcals whea tho d of Ruan ftggon disappeared. Norway
good, wholesome; and reciprocal, for the . , , i . , . . . . '
man who can con.e uP to hi. work, fresh J9 ""V lo f or own house. , Hungary has already advanced far
and hearty and eager, is infinitly the in the same direction. If Hungary becomes a sovereign independent
better servant and gives mon-, eompen- state, Austria-lluncary disappears, and out of ita ruins who can say
how many nationalities will strive to attain their independence I
The consequences of the Russian revolution and of the war which
precipitated the revolution will affect America most IN CHINA.
The great yellow empire, with its 400,000,000 aubjecta, waa the prize
for which Russia and Japan contended in tho recent war. Korea
and Port Arthur were but trifles. The dread of Japanese domination
in China led Germany and France to make common cause in ejecting
the Japanese from the mainland of Asia. All the European powers
feel more or less that the exploitation of China by European capitalist
is imperiled by the apparition of a victorious Japan upon Chinese terri
tory. THE PEACE OF PORTSMOUTH TRANSFERRED THE
OVERLORDSUIP OF CHINA FROM EUROPE TO JAPAN.
Don't get overheated and then drink j The results were not long in making their appearance. Japanese roili-
a lot of cold water, hm a little and wait I :.-,.rta iA 1. V m,
.... .... I aai j iwti uv. a n viw uiiuvi avu u j vv vmmivu L'tvuuviHi HUbuvuuva
a.. vwv wu. I a ' at. . a . w-S 1
tor tne purpose oi arming tne cameso troops, unma also ymnw to
a a .l . '
Clover hay and alfalfa make fine gTeen J be lord in Her own bouse. Already tne Chinese are talking about
food fop the hens in winter and it will China for the Chinese, "Asia for the Asiatics and TIIE PACIFIC
pay to ve some for that purpose. , FOR JAPAN" these are corollaries of the effacement of Russia,
Don't be" too anxious to get the best e significance of which Americans and Australians will bo the first
of your neighbor every time on a bar-1 to discover.
' Out of the welter of blind and bloody anarchy into which Russia is
drifting peace and order may come. After a time, how long no ono
can say, after an unexampled slaughter of human Wings by famine
and sword, RuBsia will emerge in some more or less reeognuablo shape
and slowly begin to find her new place in the community of nations.
If the new Russia, which will emerge PURIFIED BY HER
In feeding young chickens the fowls BLOOD BATH, sobered by her afflictions, should forswear mili-
will grant green food next fall and win-1 tarisrn. abandon the fond dream of reconstructine her navv and abol
ter ana piam a lew mangeis, carrots, . . rtIiatrn1,a fa -ff .ua t,-, -1,,1 tilfl i:ffl 0f i. nfasantrv. I Clll 1 A I W iTTU t71 T Ci
onions and cabbage for that purpose. . . " , . , , w w. a, UVVll Yf V-FAVASLsJ
0 . i ineu mo worm mav wauimm a mrcuu rvt-'ujLrviuuuu uiau va uvcvr-
gam. Let bira have the best end once in
awhile. " ,
Which are you a "will,' or "wont's"
or "Cant!" The man who tnea al
ways gets ahead of the fellow who can
but doesn't. "
Best Selection ia the City at the Low
Just the Thing for the Floor of Any
' Room; Easily Kept Clean
PREPARED WALL BURLAPS
' For the Den or Dining Room. Made in
A Large Assortment of Room Mouldings and Plate Rails
B. F. ALLEN 0 SON
What does it cost to produce each fment such a3 may parallel the industrial progress of the United States
crop grown on your tarmi tvery ngure -fter civil war.
FOR RUSSIA 18 A NATION WHOSE RESOURCES HAVE BEEN
ONLY SCRATCHED. THE LATENT ENERGIES Of HER PEOPLE,
STIMULATED BY LIBERTY AND EDUCATION, MAY CONFER INES
TIMABLE BENEFIT8 UPON CIVILIZATION AND HUMANITY.
JOHN' FOX, Pres.
FL BISHOP. Secretary
Nalaon Troyer, Vic-Prf. and Bupt.
ABTOHIA BAVIN 08 BANK, Trias
it out! It's worth-while. ;The result
may be a Surprise an da hint for next
A 3-year-old colt was sold a few days
ago for 840,000. It 'should be remem
bered, howeevr, that Edison has on
several occasions put the horse tout of
business, just the same. '
It costs about 22 cents per bushel to
ship wheat from Omaha to Liverpool,
England, and about 15 cents of that is
for railroad freight and elevator charges
in the United States.
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A recent test made by the Pennsyl
vania Experiment Station, says Bulle
tin Jfo. 76, shows that Harvest King, a
red, smooth chaff wheat, gave the larg
est yjeld of grain of any variety tested.
I Astoria People Must Recognita
Four thousand different varieties of
potatoes have been planted on the farm
of Luther Burbank, the Santa Rosa, Cel.,
horticulturist, constituting part of the
12,000 species of the tuber family which
Burbank will AxnerlmPTit with thla vmr
in his plans to give the world another Kidne7 pilU thr0Ugh 0Ur locaI
Kidney ills come quietly mysterious'
But nature always warns you through
tha urine. '
Notice the kidney secretions,
See if the color is unhealthy
If there are settlings and sediment,
Passages too frequent, scanty, painful,
It'a time then to use Doan'a Kidney
To ward off Bright's disease or dia
betes. . .
William M. Spayd. living on Winter
street, southeast corner of D street,
Salem, Ore., says: "It is just about
three years since I recommended Doan'a
' THE KEY-NOTE SOUNDED.
If, as is asserted in the dispatches
from Russia, the next election there is
to be called, end executed, upon the
basis of universal suffrage, then indeed
has the key-note of Russian freedom
been sounded. It is hard to coneieve
such a concession in that land of
tyranny; but it is in 'line with the in
evitable, and once it is granted, there
will be no harking back to the restric
tions of the old wglme. ' That establish
ed, as a working principle in the organ
ism of the empire, there are a hundred
concomitant privileges that will natural
ly swing into existence and become fix
tures in the new program of develop
ment. These collateral advantages once
acquired, the great country will be open
ed up to the world of science and com
mence and education and political free
dom in a manner, never known there
before and she wilj tak b,er pjae among
the real powers of the- earth, and Jot
the good of her people and humanity,'
The most valuable thing the farmer or
his wife has is health. Bank stock
counts, for nothing by the side of it.
Everything they can do to preserve their
bodily vigor is so much added to the
sum total of life. Sound ljealth means
happiness, comfort in the house and out-of-doors,
and years full of enjoyment.
o ' . .!
I said that words could not express ray
good opinion of Doan's Kidney Pill or
describe the remarkable effects they had
on me. My kidneys had been a source
of annoyance for a number of years
and I suffered from backache and pain
across my loins, I couldn't g out and
split a piece of kindling wood without
my back paining me. The kidney secre
tions were irregular and my rest at
night was disturbed on account of their
frequency and there was a scalding pain
DOWIE IS REJECTED.
.The Department of Agriculture state in pasging. t wag advised to try Doan'a
that in France a prize of $2000 was Kidney Pills and procured a supply. By
offered for the best method of killing the time I bad used a little over one box
house-flies. It was won by a suggestion i wag entirelv free from the bftekaehe
to use oil stirred in water in vaults and the aetion o the ki(ney gecretiong
and cesspools. For manure the oil is wag regulated so that I could rest the
mixed with sand or phosphate scattered whoe njght without being disturbed,
over the piles.' This prevents egg-laying My kidneys were toned up and strength-
or hatching, as most of this is done in ened and my health was improved in
manure piles. ' every wav. Three Wes of Tr.'. KM.
ney Pills made me feel like a new man.
I am always glad to express my grati
tude for what they did for me."
NEW YORK, July 20. A cable dis- Plenty .more proof like this from As-
patch to a morning paper from Berlin toria people. Call at Charles Rogers'
saygj , I drug store and ask what his customers
At a meeting yesterday of the mem- report. . , l
hers of the Christian church communion, I For sale by all dealers, price 50 cents,
founded by John Alexander Dowie on Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, New York,
bis visit to Berlin it was decided unani- sole agents for the United States. ' J
mously to throw off .allege nee to the Remember the name Doan's and
prophet and to form a distinct mission (take o other.
with the title of the Free Evangelical
Church of Believing Christians. 4 Morning Astorian, 65 cents per month.
ONE FOR ALL AND
Designers end Manufacturers of
THE LATEST IMPROVED
Canning Machinery, Marine Engines and Boilers
Complete Cannery Outfits Furnished.
II Foot of Fourth Stiwot.
Mr. Astoria Man:
Did you ever figure how many thou
sand capitalist viBit the Pacific Coast
without coming to Astoria t
First National Bank of Astoria, Ore.
If only 100 investor came to Astoria
during each year and only one or two
of them inveated, would, wo all bo
benefitted f ' '"
J. Q. A. BOWLBY, President.
0. 1 PETERSON. Vioe-Pwsident
TtANK PATTON, Caihler.
J. W. GARNER, Assistant Caibler.
Would it Injure the restaurant and
lodging house now here if the tourUti
who now atay away would come to
Astoria Savings Bank
Capital Paid m ,100,000, Burpln and Undivided Proflta IM.000.'
Tranaacu a General Banking Business, Intereat Paid on Time Deposit
We cannot harr- a hotel in front of
But every lot will be benefitted by a
Have you the nerve to Invite your
influential friend to visit Astoria now!
Where will they itop In Astoria t
Opportunity knock but once other
kiiOckers please copy. ,
You can't go ahead by iltting itlll.
THE NEW HOTEL COMMITTEE.
168. Tenth 8trest.
. Twenty-Year Battle. .
"I wa a loser in a twenty-year iwttle i
with chronic piles and malignant sore,!
until I tried Bucklen'a Arnica Salve;
which turned the tide, by curing both,
till not a trace remains," write A, M.
Bruce, of Farmville, Va, Best for old i
Ulcer, Cuts, Burn and Wounds. 25o
at Cbarle Rogers, druggist, J I
Sherman transter Co.
IHENRY SHERMAN, Manager '
Hacks, Carriagei-Baggage Checked and Transferred -Trucki and Furniture
Wagon Piano Moved, Boxed and Shipped. 1
433 Commercial Street Phone Main 121
PORTLAND WTRR AND
WmmLJ "' f mon Works .
S:fis'Mmm useful and. ornamental wuie and
f- ..".yjla tiiAif
uvvj wuiuv 01 all 1UJNJUS. zvi 1' lander
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