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THE MORNING ASTOItlAN, ASTORIA, OREGON,
WEDNESDAY, JULY S, 90.
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butloraa tiMj be made by poaul card or
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arer? abouM be immediatetr reported to the
offlo ot publication.
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Official paper of Clauop county and
the City of Astoria.
Oregon and Washington - Fair
and warmer, except near coast,
A REITERATED WARNING.
The Atorian has said, and says again,
in all seriousness, that the republican
party of state and nation, is up against
wide-spread democratic sentiment and
alignment that will require the pro
foundest political judgment and strate
gic, thnely movemet to counter-act anl
defeat. It has its origin and impetus in
the East with New York City as a bask
point, and its ramifications are endless.
It is apparent in the coincident and har
monious statements and actions of the
democratic organizations throughout the
country, and the quiet strength of the
editorial utterances of the democratic
press everywhere. For over two years
the democrats have been programing the
coup and are hard at work on the details
in every baliwiek they possess. It will
take the utmost wisdom and caution to
safeguard the ascendancy of republican
ism and provide for its permanency. The
leaders of the party must enter upon
the Congressional campaign with the
deepest conviction of the extraordinary
essentials of the situation, and arrange
for an invincible line of candidacies,
upon immensely popular predicates, or
the day will be lost.
A. B. HAMMOND ON THE GROUND.
The uproar occasioned by the Hill
Harriman contest, or alleged contest, for
the dominance of the Columbia river
traffic and the eventual use of the deep
water exit at its mouth, will be summar
ily settled upon the arrival of A. B.
Hammond, president and owner of the
Astoria &. Columbia River Railroad Com
pany. The coming of Mr. Hammond at
this juncture signifies something of im
portance. If there is really anything iu
the sudden hubbub anent the Hill lines
coming to the Columbia ban his pres
ence in the field will be likely to de
velop the crux of the situation; and if
there is nothing in it, his coming will
determine that, just as readily.
THE PEACE PARLIAMENT.
The universal peace parliament about
to convene at London may do an im
mense and valuable work, by contriving
a settlement of the vivid situation in
Russia, rather than dawdling away a
couple of weeks in vain and profitless
debates on the theory of peace and it
inanities. If there are professional peace
makers, they have the moment of their
lives to prove it.
GOOD FOR OLD 'FRISCO.
The public schools of San Francisco
are open, and the registration and at
tendance reaches within a fraction of 60
per cent of the anti-earthquake records.
This is on a par with everything else
San Franciscan, and is a soundng credit
to her people. One hundred days ago
she was prostrated beneath the most
tremendous burden ever borne by a mod
ern community. Today she is housing
and teaching two-thirds of her young
sters in the same old fashion. This will
be the lesson of all lessons for those chil
dren. But they are San Franciscans
themselves, and may not need the
That Astoria is not behind any of her
filter eommimititM on the coast in 'hi
number and character of her ambitious
"want.' is evidenced by the following
list of municipal thiu needful, cam
paigned for this year:
A seawall along the. entire front. This
is eomiinj; but it does seem as if the
committee was "sleeping on it right'
little. They are waiting, perhaps, for
the lesser things to subside. Hut we
would like to htvir from the proposition
in some tangible way.
A new, $100,000 hotel. This is coming,
too; but we must make another start,
the oriiiinal plan having lapsed into
A twenty-niillion-gallon reservoir for
the storage of Astoria's superb water
supply. This is coming right along, the
site being now cleared and the water
commission about to call for bids for the
A new oera house. This is underway,
the Messrs. Fisher having let the con
tract; and the framework is now well
Interurhan connection with Seaside and
intermediate points. This is coming, in
good shape, though another year may
elapse before realization.
A railroad hence to Tillamook county
and city. This, too, is among the proba
bilities. But little is being said; but
it will be built in the near future, wheth
er the "A. & C." people take a hand in
it or not. Astoria needs this one thing
immen'selv, as also does Tillamook countv.
This city is the only market 'for the
abundance of Tillamookian produce, and
it means a cheaper market and better
supply of farm, garden and orchard
truck for Astoria, let alone the opening
up of the timber sourws and the conse
quent milling ventures that will follow
swiftly upon the railroad enterprise.
The common-point rate on wheat
There seems to be something in the air
that sounds well for this immense ad
vantage, and if there is a bone of rail
road contenlion in the mouth of the
Columbian river, the possibility of our
having the rate is not so dubious after
The Astorian has endorsed and fought
for these things and will keep up the
battle until the last one is hard and
fast within the corporate purview of
OOOOOOOOO 600000 000
0 EDITOSAL SALAD. 0
Any American who owns a honk
wagon and wants to honk around a bit
in Canada is free to do so on certain
conditions. He must duly report his
machine to the customs officers, state its
selling price, give a bond for double the
regular duty and make a deposit of $25.
If he honks' around for a longer time
than three months he outstays his wel
come; the dominion collects the duty
and keeps the $25. If he puts for the
United States before the expiration of
the three months he doesn't pay a cent
of duty and he gets back his deposit.
One of the doctors at the American
Medical Association's meeting has pro
duced a lot of statistics to show that at
70 a man is worth $17.13 which is $17
more than he ought to have, according
to the theory of Andrew Carnegia that
no man should die rich.
Hereafter the "opened by mistake"
excuse will be a mistake that will cost
$200. The post office department has
ruled that mail must be looked over
before leaving the office, and that any
letter put in your box by mistake must
be returned before leaving the postoffice
under a penalty of 200 for failure to
House cleaning is a painful operation,
but it pays in the end to do it. Uncle
Sam's folks have just completed their
task. First they freshened up the in
surance business, then they scoured the
railroads and now the big butcher shops
have been overhauled and scrubbed. The
whole house will be sweeter, cleaner and
healthier from now on. Things had got
Undoubtedly Senator Sinoot is feeling
s'orry for some of the men, who are
married to some of the women who are
after him all the tinip.
Saved His Comrade's Life.
"While returning from the Grand
Army Encampment at Washington City,
a comrade from Elgin, HI., was taken
with cholera morbus and was in a criti
cal condition," says Mr. J. E. Hough
land, of Eldon, Iowa. "I gave him Cham
berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy and believe saved his life , I
have been engaged for ten years in im
imgration work and conducted many
parties to the south and west. I al
ways carry this remedy and have used
it succesfuly on many occasions." Sold
by Frank Hart, leading druggist.
By SARAH BERNHARDT
T is a very American characteristic I notice among women to
analyze the various EMOTIONAL EXPRESSIONS ot
their being the same as they would study tho technique of a
painting or an architectural plan. As for me, I have never
endeavored to reduce to a scientific formula the emotions
which move us.
I have been asked if I think
tional and impassioned rolea eventually has an effect UPON THE
EVEMDAV LIFE of an actress. We must remember that first of
all an actress is a woman, and while sho is portraying a certain sort
of emotion she is but picturing in
POSSIBLE in her own character
It is true the great dramatic
She becomes the character so thoroughly that sho forgets entirely that
other self which carries on its life
Tho true artiste is part of tho
wise she would not be a TEMPERAMENTAL or emotional actress.
But to say that she is always a Camille or a Sapho or a Cleopatra U
ridiculous. Why would the portraying of impassioned roles com
pletely affect the morals of an actress any moro than tho portrayal of
light and frivolous or cold and saintly ones influence her in the op
posite direction I Yet we never
to whether a certain actross is A SAINT IX II Kit LIFE OFF
TILE STAGE because she so strenuously follows the path of stony,
cold indifference so often linked
When I 6ee any great actress
those emotions in her private life?" IT IS CARKYIXO ANALY
SIS TOO FAR. I do not think that people who are cnpablo of ana
lyzing their emotions feel them so intensely. There is a subtle differ
ence between the portrayed emotion on the stage and what it would be
in the actress' real life. While we weep real tears and feel sincere
emotion it is through forgetfulness of our real selves, but NOT
TOTAL ELIMINATION of our personality.
The ridiculousness of thinking that an actress is entirely swayed in
her private life by the roles she portrays U shown by the fact that tho
great artiste is not limited TO ONE LINE of acting. The strongest
statement I could make on the effect of acting on the emotions is that
no woman who interprets the roles that call forth the great play of
emotions can remain a cold and impassive creature that is, if she is
an artiste with a souL
We portray human emotions on the stage, and these portrayals
develop the emotional side of our nature. Genius, temperament
what you will the actress who plays an emotional role subconsciously
absorbs the subtle influence of that character INTO TIER OWN
I act what I feeL My stage pictures are real creatures to mo. The
actress, of course, is brought under the sway of the emotions more
than any other artiste. Her art yields a greater personal power over
her than does that of the painter or musician.
BUT IT 13 A MISTAKE TO THINK THAT BECAUSE AN ACTRESS
P0RTRAY8 A CHARACTER IN ALL. OF ITS SERIOUSNESS ANO IN
ALL OF ITS VARIED EMOTIONAL SHADINGS SHE MUST REALLY
AND TRULY BECOME THAT CREATURE.
Modest Claims Often Carry the Most
When Maxim, the famous gun inven
tor, placed his gun before a committee of
judges, he stated its carrying power to
be below what he felt sure the gun would
accomplish. The result of the trial was
therefore a great surprise, instead of
disappointment. It is the same with
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Dian
hoea Remedy . They uot publicly boast
of all this remedy will accamplish, but
prefer to let the users make the state
ments. What they do claim, is that it
will positively cure diarrhoea, dysen
tery, pains in the stomach and bowels
and has never been known to fail . For
sale by Frank Hart, letding druggists.
The President is to have $25,000 a
year for traveling expenses. He may rest
assured that he will receive the mot
kindly treatment at the hands of the
Old Chronic Sorei.
As a dressing for old - chronic sores
there is nothing so good as Chamber
Iain's Salve, While it is not advisable
to heal old sores entirely, they should be
kept in a good condition for which this
salve is especially valuable. For sale by
Frank Hart and leading druggists.
The Chautauqua season has opened,
and for several months to come we shall
her a good deal about the way this
country should be run and isn't.
Cheerfully Recommended for Rheumatism
0. G. Higbee, Danville, Ills., writes,
Dec 2, 1901: "About two years ago I
was laid up for four months with rheu
matism. I tried Ballard's Snow Lini
ment; one bottle cured me. I can cheer
fully recommend it to all suffering from
like affliction. 25c, 50c and $1.00. Sold
by Hart' drug store.
the repeated interpretation of emo
dramatic art what MIGHT BE
if placed in the same situation off
artiste lives the part she is playing.
without the theater walls.
character she is interpreting. Other
hear any one raising the question as
witli saintlincss and virttto on tho
I do not ask, "Does sho really feel
With two packages too can
make s gallon of Pullclou
lc Cream In 10 minute.
Everything bat thalossnd
Dilk In the package.
ft package 8 oenU
Bowel Complaint in Children.
During the summer months children
are subject to disorders of the bowels
which should receive careful attention as
soon as the first unnatural losenesi of
the bowels apper . The best medicine
in use for bowel complaint is Chamber
lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Rem
edy as it promptly control any unnat
ural looseness of the bowels . For sale
by Frank Hart, leading druggist.
Care should be taken to make the
locks in the Papama canal large enough
to admit the drydock Dewey. Uncle Sam
may wish to send that world-famous
traveler through it some day.
Do Not Neglect Your Bowels,
Many serious diseases arise from neg
lect of the bowel. Chamberlain's Stom
ach and Liver Tablets are a pleasant and
agreeable laxative. They invigorate the
liver and regulate the bowels. For sale
by Frank Hart and leading druggists.
That make shopping a
pleasure good talus (or
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both. It's bo trouble
but a pleasure to show
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that you get your
money's worth. Drop
la and look at our
parlor sets aad center
tables this week. The
price, style, aad finish,
will astonish you.
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J. Q. A. BOWLBY, President.
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Astoria Savings Bank
Capital Paid in 1100,000, Burpluiand
Transact a General Bunking finilne,
168 Tenth 8trt,
Sherman Transfer Co.
13ENRY 8HERMAN, Manager
Sacks, Carriage Baggage Checked and
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