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't'li i- mill V l Mllhil t I
I , M mMmmmmm mmmm ,
for fuel and mine prop.
Slock raisins s another important
industry which can be "greatly devel
oped in this region by assigning cer
tain districts to the various stock
owners and thus avoiding uniicccss-
arv tramnlini out ftf the iirass. I he
recent addition to the Humboldt for
est ha the hearty support of prac
tically all the local residents who have
submitted various petition at0 let-,
tert requesting that the additions be
created. The Humboldt forest win
remain in charge of Forest Super
visor C Sydm-y Tremcwan. with
headquarters at Elko-
THE POWER OF SINCERITY,
HEAVEN OR ALGIERS
h the latest and very best washing
compound ever offered to the consum
er. Try a package and see if it is not
all that we represent it to be.
i l-Ib Package 10c
A. V. ALLEN
EEHU FORESTS 10 BE
INCREASED !?1 AREA'
PRESIDENT SIGNS PROCLAMA
TION TO THAT EFFECT,
WASHINGTON. Feb. 4. -The
President bas just signed a procla
mation adding 600,135 acres to the
Humboldt National Forest in the
northern part of Elko County, Nev,
i t: it, T.taho line. This
IHM UC I u : JC v" .w. -
area contains a large amount of pine,
fir. and aspen timber estimated at
64,000,000 linear feet. This timber,
although not all available at present,
is practically all accessible and can be
fcandled by employing modern meth-
This addition gives
the Forest a total area of 1,158,818
This recent addition to the Hum
boldt National Forest covers a re
gion of vital importance from a wat
trsbed standpoint, since, many in
" portant streams upon which extensive
Irrigation projects are dependent have
their source in the Forest. Mining
is also an important industry of the !
region and promises great develop
ment in the future. Already a num
ber of stamp mills have been estab
lished. These mills are also depend
ent upon the streams of the region,
and the future welfare of the indus
try is almost entirely dependent upon
..Sincerity is made up of two words
sine and ccresine, without and
cere, wax; without was. And it
menu absolutely pure, transparent.
. The human mind is constructed for
truth telling. This is its normal con
dition, and under the exercise of true
livina and true thinking the charact
er becomes strong and robust
Wholeness, completeness, comes i
into the life from truth, from sincer
ity; but the moment we attempt to
twist the mind into expressing deceit
it becomes abnormal and works an
sorts ot harm to the character.
I have in mind a very trilliant wri
ter who exchanges his talent for cash
in political campaigns. He bas writ
ten me of the best campaign docu
ments for all political parties, but the
lack of sincerity in his character so
discounts his personality and anility
that he has no standing as a man
H is recocniaed as a brilliant writer,
but as a man totally without eonvic
T,t U something in the mind
itself which thrives upon sincerity
and which protests against all that
is false, against all sham. Nothing
ever quite satisfies this longing but
absolute truth. The mind quickly be
comes sickly and weak when forced
to express what is false. Ex. .
A celebrated Anglican divineT the
late Bishop of Rochester, who had
been ailing lor some months, decided
to consult Sir Frederick Treves, the
noted surgeon. After a careful ex
amination, Sir Frederick pronounced
his verdict and added: "Your lord
ship must go to Algiers or some win
ter resort on the Riviera.
"IniOBOSsible." replied the bishop;
'ouite impossible, I have too much
work to get through."
Well." said the doctor, "you must
make your choke. U is either Algiers
'Dear me!" exclaimed the bishop
with a sigh; "then I suppose it must
be Algiers. Ex- .
A DUTIFUL, HUSBAND.
OF BOY'S DEATH
SAN FRANCISCO BOY DIES
AS RESULT OF VACCI
NO MORE FUNDS NEEDED.
NiiW YORK. Feb, 4,-lt was an
nounced at the headquarters of the
New York state branch of the Amer
ican National Red Cross last night
that further funds were not rcntiired
for the eatlumake sufferers in Italy
at this time. More than nine Hun
dred thousand dollars has been con
tributed to the American Red Crois.
A GAME THIEF.
A man who had overestimated his
capacity for the amber fluid was ar
rested on the street for improper
conduct. In the police court the next
morning the usual charge of intoxi
cation was filed against him, and he
was fined live dollars, which he
promptly paid. This done, he went
out with a worried expression on nis
countenance, only 'to return a tew
minutes later and cautiously approach
the clerk. .
Tlease, sir," he said, "would you
just give me a receipt for mat nve
dollars I paid you? I want to snow
my wife that I didnl spend all my
money for drink." Success.
BRIDGE BETWEEN LIFE AND
SAN FRANCISCO. Feb. 4-
t.urien Urachal, an eight year ow
hov of this cltv. i dead of lock-jaw,
blood poisoning having set in from a
vacillation wound. Ihe operation
wa oerformed on January 7 and the
t - - -
wound was dressed at regular inter
vals for some time afterwards by both
the parents and the nurse at the
...,ki hn tiended. Several
days ago the nurse discovered that
the wound showed signs of poison
inn. The lad was removed to a hos
pital where he succumbed to lock
jaw. So far no investigation nas oeen
held, but the health authorities De
clare it as their belief that the poison-
in was caused by the use of unsani
tary bandages put on the child' arm
by the mother.
CHICAGO. Jeb. 4,-Dodging des
perately Into an alley James Ryan.
who the police say had just new up
Vrrd Krausc in his store, looked
about eagerly for a hiding place. The
only refuge he could see was a gar
lit odor were unsavory, but Ryan
had not time to be nice, so he crawl
ed in and pulled the cover down.
moment later two policemen came
oallonlnii into the alley. They were
iut about to awe up the chase when
Putmlman Mills thoueht he had
heard laborious breathing He open
ed the garbage can and Ryan struck
at him with the butt of his ptstoi,
There was a fight but Ryan was over
powered and is now held at the sta
GIANTS TO MEET.
Wrestling Champion Frank Gotch
and Yuseff Mahmout, the crack, Bul
..rim athlete, orobably will meet in
Chicago in the near future to wrestle
for the title. This is announced oy
ACCORDING TO HOYLE.
"See here. Mister Casey," said Pat
to the tax assessor, "shore and ye
know the goat isn't worth eight dol
"OPm sorry", responded Casey,
"but that is the law." Producing
hook, he read the following passage
"All property abbutting on Front
Street should be taxed at the rate of
two dollars per foot." Ex.
Foley's Honey and Tar clears the
air passages, stops the irritation ra
the throat, soothes the inflamed mem
hranes. and the most obstinate cough
disappears. Sore and inflamed lungs
are healed and strengthened, and ttie
cold is excelled from the system.
Refuse anv but the genuine in the
yellow package. T. F
a. cheap and nearby supply of timber Drug Store
About a year ago aa eight and a
half pound baby was born into the
home of a young New York physi
cian. To all appearances the child
was perfect strong, robust, bealthy.
On the fourth day it developed a
raoin fever. At the same time hem
orrhages of bright red blood issuea
from the child's nostrils, neck, ears,
causing temporary physical blindness.
It was the one case m a thousand ot
the dreaded melaena neonatorum
the hemorrhage of the "new born.
The verdict was: no hope. Already
the little sufferer was waxen, livid.
Death was only a question of hours.
They strapped the child to an ironing-board.
On a table next to it the
father lav down and stretched out his
- . .
arm. The attendant surgeon
nn1se artery at the wrist and sewed
the end of the artery to a vein in the
child' leg- As the new blood began
to course through the child s body
the color of the skin changed. From
livid white it grew pink, then red.
The hemorrhages stopped. The re
sponse was a lusty cry. Nourishment
was given an ounce of milk within
an hour. There was no convalescence
An hour before the operation the
child was, to all intents and purposes,
dead; an hour after it was alive. The
cure was instantaneous. It was a
miracle of life and death Success.
LOS ANGELES, Feb. 4. -Condition
of J. P. N. (Lucky) Baldwin be
came worse tonight when heart ac
tion became enfeebled. He is uncon
scious and is very low.
Plenty of smelts every day at
Braden-Adams Meat Market See ad
on page 4.
" Given by "the members of, the
Anria Athletic Association
Corner 11th and Exchange Street
Admission 50c. Ladies Free
All welcome. Come and jotu the big crowd. A fine big
0Khtr will furoisbth. music. Dancing begini at 8iJ
The Next Social Sec
retary of the'lfhite
London Record, v
A SOUND SUGGESTION.
CHICAGO, Feb. 4.-Strong efforts
will be made by the Industrial Club
ni rideaoo to have passed the two
bills for the cstahlUhment of a na
tional training school for the consu
lar service, drafted by Representatlv
Frank O. Lowden and recently for
school similar to the United States
military academy at West Point i
its general features.
AMERICA BUYS HEAVILY.
NEW YORK, Feb. 4.-Americn
are buying nine tenths of the best
example of the work of old makers
in Europe, according to Eugene rt
choff, a well known art dealer of Par
i, who arrived here yesterday.
"Within the lat twenty year.M he
said, 'American have been so active
in this line that European amateur
collectors and nuieum have been
stirred by the Yankee energy and are
protecting themselves- There i at
present a great demand tor picture
of the early French and fcngnsn
schools but there -ii. nothing in the
market to satisfy it."
NtUon Troyee, Vice Pre. nd Sopt
fata Fm. Fre.
ASTORIA IRON WORKS
t.cie.u0ee iMn MANUFACTURERS
OF THB laAJ&aa
Canning Machinery, ' Marine Engines andlBoilcrs
COMPLETE CANNERY OUTFIT! URNISHID.
Comtpondenc. Solicited .... , Foot ol rrt 1
The' uext aocla'l wcreUry at the
White House will be Mrs. Eleanor Itel
vea. 8!ie b an expert at bridge and
. t. !.. I.,r loll.
ha made ixn iiet money v, B..
Instou. One of hot, pupU was .Mr.
John U. McLean, and, minor baa it turn
It was through the good omce oi air
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VICTOR OR AN EDISON
Iwnnit Flooe Ovet Bchnltotd k Warrtejn C.t "
LEFT LITTLE BABY.
NEW YORK, Feb. 4-.V neatly
dressed woman was placed under ar
rest last night after having iuitely
slipped into the Patilist Fathers
Church in 59th Street and left a
brown paper parcel.
The bundle contained a baby boy
?lcn ttat Mr Sely red tho apparently about two day, old. warm
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Wa Teach Operator How to Pa All Examinatkma,
Wa Represent th Leading Film Exchange, ,
Remituncea to Independent Theatrical Eachanga.
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Security For Your Live 'Stock
of every kind, and for ye.'ur field, of growi crops. Is wh'at
when you buy fence. A face that a bull can break through or break down cjwonnpa K K r
wire that is given In any fence, m tne ceieuratea
It is made o. purpos. to be the heaviest, most durable and lasting of any fence at any price. It Is made and
sold In larger quantities than any other two fence in the world, sof " . ttimacts theif owa wir
Tbe makers of AMERICAN FENCE own and operate the.r own iron mines and furnaces, tne.rownwim
Dills and sia itnmeasa ience factories. Their product is the acknowledged
STANDARD OF THE WORLD
We can show you this fence to our nock 'and eaplaia it. merit, and superiority, not only in the roll but is
the field. Coo and e ui and get our price.
Come in and examine our stock of fences. We have just received
... .. a carioad shipment and can save you money.
Foard & Stokes Hardware Co.
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3 E'f Ii X W C' Ml
A?m .,x ,f mci nf Kinr.v or oiadder
beyond the rtach of medicine, ; No medtane can do more.
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Do not risk havlof
Bright's 1 iseagf
appointment referred to. Mrs. Belyea
wa appolntfl to a piace iu r i
department In laff. She I the widow :
of AllH-rt Kelyea. formerly a chief of
a divWon In the treasury fleparuueni-
Miss Itose Frltt. the American chain
plon tvplst, who accepted the cha,
lenge to tvpe H word in a minute
In a Indon newpaiier office, went
v. .i..i iTlniniihantlf. She
n.i,i ti... remarkable record
of typhi', 2-i2 word from an article in
.i. .'.,.i.r i.f.re her In two min
utes twenty-six second, or at the M'e
i.,rn .,mi n minute. The type
writer used lwd hoti operated for two
rpara. Time was taken by an expert
timekeeper m n chronograph.
Tk. t,A ..n,i .f On eon Marg'uerlta
makes alnmt K"0O a year from the
,.t . ,i,i ,twna of ber uilstres
Mite v Ft-- .
Thin Is one of the maid's perinsltc
ti, rf he!d twice a year. Amor
lean women are the best customers.
t .,., ViiffUnh lournai. Amn
.n women nr.' willing to pay the
v, ...... rr tha souvenirs of a
As most woaien In the United Bute
knuw, Mra. (Jeort Cornwallla West
was the widow of Lord Randolph
Churchill when nhe met her preseot
husband. When Churchill first sa
the phiuaute Mlsa Jennie Jerome be
resolved that he would win her for bis
wife. The anme evening, o It 1 aald.
Miss Jerr.m Mid hr sister that Lord
Randolph was the man she wa des
tlned to marry. It was some year
after Lord Randolph Churchill's deatl
that she bc-ame Mr. George Coruwal
, lis West.
! The bottom ale of price I reaehetl
by the ixwr seainstrease of ParU.
! They toll from dawn to dark In the
I making of chlldiru" clothe. One eent
an hour 1 the estimated stipend, but If
the work U exceptionally elever they
j can earn 35 cent for twelve Lour'
' rk Fnmie lmuM servanta receive
about Ji a month. Saleswomen In the
largest department stores tarn abont
tjjO a mouth. 1. ; '
More than COCO patenta baTt been
Uaued by the United Btatea offlce to
women. Borne of them are for car
couplers, nlu'ht algnallng. life rafW, car
wheels, machines for maonfacruriug
ozone, and one U for a typewriter for
the blind. Nearly all the patent are
for something practical
ly wrapped in clothing of goon ma
terial Two women who followed
the woman caused her arrest. She
gave the name of Ellen Murphy and
and an addre which was afterward
found to be fictitious The baby was
t tt, Rrtlevue Hotoital. Pm-
avii. v , - - - .
ned to its clothing was this note:
"l'leae have this boy baptized
Catholic. Call him John Bryne. uod
bless and forgive all connection with
li. If possible have htm sent to
THE THEATRICAL TAILUK
MUST KNOW HISTORY.
FINANCIAL; . '
First national Dank of Astoria
DIRECTORS, . , m
Iacob Kamm W.F. McGregor v..rv.
I . W . Li ADD 3. VJ- vvv
Stockholders' Liability v-.OOO
EMTABLIKHKH leWMV '
At the head of thk and all Other
similar plants there is a man of edu
cation, experience and genuine ar
tistic ability whose business it is to
know what is needed and how to get
it. If "The Prince of India." "Ben
Hur" or 'The Darling of the Gods"
i to be produced, he must map out
: tha lines on which the costuming is
to be done, and thoe lines mut be
absolutely accurate. There Is a wide
difference between the French cos
tumes of Napoleon's time and those
worn by Jeanne d'Arc and her friends.
The chief designer must know it and
act on his knowledge. At the time
Custer fought bis lat fight the 1, lil
ted States Army cavalry and inian-try-'wa
outfitted in a peculiar man
ner that lias long since passed away.
Jf the play deal with American ar
my life of that period, the costumes
must show it for it wotild never do to
have the critics "roast" the piece be
cause the producers were ignorant
of the thing produced. The man at
the head of the costuming department
muM either be conversant with all
countries and all periods 'of history
or he must know how to become so
with decided alacrity. Hence the cos-
tumer's library. Success.
J. O A. BOWLBY, President
O. I. PETERSON, Vke-Freldent
J. W. GARNER. AlUBt CaaMat
FRANK PATTON, Cashier
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