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THE MORNING ASTORIAN, ASTORIA. OREGON.
SATURDAY, MARCH 27, 1909.
Published Daily Except Monday by THE J. & DELUNGER CO.
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blundering ways; the discrimination
is what counts in the custom. The
hammerer has one idea of the task
he is performing; the hammerer hav
ing another, and very different one.
This paper called upon very often
to hammer people and things that
are a menace to the common good.
The Citv of Los Angeles witA its and to those beneath the hammer we
200,000 population, its extraordinary j are, of course, and always the knock-
wealth, immense commercial Influence i er; to tnose wno recognue me en
THE LOGICAL RECALL
rounded with every concciveable
thing heart could desire, gives up
the fight for happiness and takes the
"gas-route" to eternity and the dread
mysteries thereof, rather than linger
longer in the useless, hopeless, soul
sickening atmosphere of indolence,
incompetency, and shallow assump
tion that marks her class. Her death
under the circumstances , is proof
positive that she was infinitely above
the miserable money-level on which
lu-t associates ranged and had stor
ed so long and so often that the spirit
broke at last under the unconscion'
and general forwardness and up-to-dateness
is, the first community in
America to exercise the new popn-
cacy of our work, we are not a knock
er, but a public benefactor; we may
make a mistake once in a while, (but
lar function of the electoral recall I not often); in which case all hands
. I a i i- j? ? r
T hi Hone its work excellently wen; mar oacx v our iae oi uiscniuiD
has act a good pace for all peoples
in possession of the prerogative; and
we of Oregon are next and nearest
in this interest.
tion. So this quality is the real and
precedent motive that must sanction,
or disprove, the act.
The man who hammers from spite,
The oower is a perfectly logical jealousy, selshness, on chance, for
one; the people who elect a man to private ends, for public preferment,
office, have the equal right to judge
him in office, and to recall him from
place if he offends and wrongs them;
the open justice of the claim is its
cardinal challenge to existande and
operation; and the longer it stand
among the popular laws, the vaster
will become its hold as a safe and
rational expedient; it will have a
tendency to purify politics and civic
conditions, to raise the standards of
public service, and to obviate the in-
or other mean and ulterior motives,
is the real knocker; and much de
pends on how his friends and depen
dents view his views. But he who
knocks with an honest hammer and
wields stout blows against the ex
crescenses and barnacles, of business,
society, politics and commerce, is en
titled to the good will and endorse
ment of every soul within sound of
the blows, save from the people who,
unhappily, occupy the status of ex-
gentry .no apology, nor accounting is
cessant and hurtful agitation incident jcreascenses and barnacles. To such
to municipal life as all men know
these things under the old system of
impregnability in office.
It need not be used indiscriminate
ly, and will not be; because, when it
ia understood and has been applied a
few more times in the greater cent
ers it will have demonstrated a value
that will conserve itself through
sheer public appreciation. It is one
of the delicate instruments in politi
cs! mrmnt. and will be used aceord-
..i... i u jetty; with the
WHAT'S THE MATTER
With a million-dollar electric rail
way projected, surveyed, rights-of-way
in hand, and franchises granted,
between this city and the coast at
Seaside; with practically another mil
lion appropriated and available for
the Columbia river, its bar and its
'. .. ...... . . . .! that the S150.000 hotel inaugurated
m ita mere tnreai is enougn 10 mane i - ; . - .
men cautions about invoking it; andj!' the We.nhard Estate is to be fin
its drastic force leaves its victim not!lshe! tms J?"1 w,th a new fish,n
only ousted from a particular office, ?eason 0Pen,n UP and P'Om
but barred forever from all popular jlst of 8 ,on' Pen mmtT in wh,ch
preferment, since the record of a re- j1? Pecute the industry, and all
call will never fade, nor be suscepti-isl8ns tendin t0 bi rua of salmon'
ble to redemptory pleas of any sort. we Panse t0 ask the As,oria kicker
It is a last resort; and as such is whal' ,he matter with him?
likely to be sparingly nsed. But! 0f course he has his Poor 1,tt,e
when it is employed at all, it must i an.swer w,th him nd wi Pve !t 05
have one of two results: the over-j 'r,8ht off ,he bat hot frora hi sel"
whelming exoneration of the officer! ,lt,,e mind' where he has nursed
under attack; or his complete and!" untl1 h,e wou,d'nt be without h be"
final political and civic, condemna- j"u" m we meniai vacuum mat
wuuiu ensue ii dc cast 11 out ana Be
gan to "holler" for his city and coun
ty. But, all the same, these condi
tions are sound and cheerful and not
'.likely to fail on account of the mor
bid perturbation of the few chronics
we have with us forever.
Astoria never had a better pros
pect than she has in this year of
grace 1909. All she needs is a gen
eral wakening to the situation and
a comprehensive and loyal adherence
to the program, publicly and private
ly; and we believe this is going to be
given. Why should it not?
HAMMERS, AND HAMMERERS
There are hammers, and hammers!.
There are hammerers and hammer
ers!. (In Astoria.)
It is very essential that adequate
and correct distinction shall be made
among them; especially by the ham
mered. There are many things that need
hammering; there are some things
that are hammered inadvertently;
and a few things that are never ham
' The hammerer is often engaged in
the -best work of his citizenship when
he is hammering the right thing, (or
rather the, thing that is wrong); and
again be is guilty of bad citizenship
when he mis-hammers a thing; just
as there are appropriate and effective
ways of hammering, and coarse and
What we want to know, is the real
meaning of the rheumatic-coalition
at Pasco Robles? Hill and Horri
man have either made a fearful blun
der; or there is going to be "some
thing doing". We are constrained to
t'rprecate the idea of a blunder, by
Ex-President Castro with true Cast!!.
lian empressment gave, his Venezue
lan cohorts in' Paris a fierce and fan
tastical farewell, when he departed
for his "old home" on Thursday. But
ifwc mistake not the "home senti
ment at Carracas, he will "fall down
a plenty before Gomet and the Ven
ejuc'anr are through with Cipriano.
What the dickens has the Oregon
public to do with the Emery-Aoki
love-match and its certain sequence in
honorable marriage? By what right
docs an unconcerned public interfere
with thtse young people. Even the
olden Gods drew the line of their
participation in mortal affairs, at the
print of a woman's love, and left th
rest to fate. If Miss Emery has given
hr hvart to this Japanese, no power
will pi event her following out her
hem's creed- No fuss we can make
will al'ei the inviolable trend, and we
are making asses of ourselves in at
tempting to part tiiem. Let them g-
where the law is more placable to
their necessities, and do not drive a
good woman to extremities she is
seeking hard to avoid- She has the
consent of her own famly, and her
own consent; ours is immaterial, gra
tuitous and insulting.
STOMACH IS SOUR
FERMENTATION OF UNDIGES
TED FOOD CAUSES STOM
PROMPT RELIEF IS WAITING
Hundreds of Men and Women Here
Are Unnecessarily Suffering From
Stomach Trouble and Indigestion
Free Youraelf From Thia by Tak
ing a Little Diapepsin.
MADAM HUNT DEAD
CHICAGO, March 26,-Mrs. Ida
Hunt Marshall, known throughout
the United States as Madame Hunt,
an authority and lecturer of more
than ordinary attainments on millin
ery, died at a hospital late last night,
as the result of having been struck
by a street car.
Mrs. Madame Hunt, who for many
years had been president of the Mil'
liners National Association and who
had managed numerous annual mil
littery exhibitions In Chicago was
crossing a street on the way to her
home when she met with the accident,
iter collar bone, right arm, and
three ribs were broken, ,
Oklahoma still maintains her place
and record as a riot-center, and a
breeding ground for the viciously
unique demonstration generally.
NEEDS MORE MONEY
Attorney General Wickersham Asks
For Appropriation. '
WASHINGTON M.arch 26At-
torney General Wickersham is urg
ing upon Congress the necessity of a
special appropriation of $25,000 dur
ing the present extra session for the
payment of salaries and fees of spec
ial assistant atorneys in connection
with the work of his department.
During the regular session an ap
propriation of $104,000 was made for
this purpose, but it has since been
discovered that this sum will not be
sufficient to pay the attorneys up to
'he beginning of the next fiscal year,
and Mr. Wickersham asserts that un
less an additional appropriation is
made the work of the attorneys soon
will have to be discontinued, a con
dition which will greatly interfere
with the work of this department.
The suicide of Mrs. Pierre Loril
lard, Jr., a' Washington on Thurs
day, contains a fearful lesson of the
the pace" at which American so
ciety is surging to its relentless end.
This woman, of 49 years, cultured,
high-bred, enormously wealthy, sur-
THE WORLD'S COMMERCE
world's commerce was considerably
lower in 1908 than in 1907, according
to a statement issued by the Bureau
of statistics of the Department of
Commerce and Labor. The figures
of the imports and exports in all the
principal countries, it is stated, re
vealed a falling off. In the United
States for example, imports show a
fall of 256,000,000 and exports of 238,-
000,000 in 1908, as compared with the
previous year. . In Germany the im
ports decreased 102,000,000 and ex
ports 234,000,000 in 1908, as compared
Take your sour stomach or may
be you call it Indigestion, Dyspepsia,
Gastritis or Catarrh of Stomach; it
doesn't matter take your stomach
trouble right with you to your
Pharmacist and ask him to open 1
50-ccnt case of Pape's Diapepsin and
let you eat one 22-grain Triangule
and see if within five minutes there is j
left any trace of your former misery, j
The correct name for your trouble :
is Food Fermentation food souring; j
the Digestive organs become weak,i
therV is lack of gastric juice; your j
food is only half digested, and you ,
become affected with loss of appetite, ;
pressure and fullness after eating, j
vomiting, nausea, heartburn, griping
in bowels, tenderness in the pit of
stomach, bad taste in mouth, consti-1
pation, pain in limbs, sleeplessness.
belching of gas, biliousness, sick head- (
ache, nervousness diziiness and many
other similar symptoms.
If your appetite is tickle, and noth
ing tempts you, or you belch gas or if
you feel bloated after eating, or your
food lies like a lump of lead on your
mind that at the bottom of all this
there is but one cause fermentation
of undigested food-
Prove to yourself, after your next !
meal, that your stomach is as good
as any; that there is nothing really j
wrong. Stop this fermentation and
begin eating what you want without J
fear of discomfort or misery.
Almost instant relief is waiting for
you. It is merely a matter of how
soon you take some Diapepsin.
healthful and nutri
tious when raised with
r nfv a n
The only baking powder made
from Royal Grape
Cream of Tartar
" WET AND "DRY" IN DEBATE
MILWAUKEE, Wis., March 26.-Dc-legations
from Chicago and other
cities are here for the debate at the
Hippodrome tonight between Mayor
Rose of Milwaukee and President
Samuel Dickie of Albion College.
Mayor Rose will support the nega
tive and President Dickie the affirm
ative side of the question, "Resolved,
That prohibition as applied to the
manufacture and sale of intoxicating
beverages is right" Three debates
have been arranged. The second of
the scries to be held in Chicago and
the third in a Southern city.
Petrosino'i Remain Due To Arrive
In New York Next Thursday.
NEW YORK, March 26.-The
body of Lieutenant Joseph Petrosino, ;
who was assassinated in Palermo,
biciiy, ts expected to reach nere a
week from tomorrow. In the mean
time arrangements for his funeral are
being completed by Deputy Police
Commissioner Bugher. The coffin
will be carried from the house to the
church on the shoulders of six police
men in uniform while the police band
will lead the way. Behind the coffin
will march more than 2000 policemen
and about 3000 civilians. Among the
prominent men who will be in line
will be Joseph H. Choate ex-Gover
nor B. B. Odell, Representative Ro
bert Parsons and Police Commission
er Bingham and his deputies. Inter
ment will be made in Calvary Ceme
tery. The pall bearers will be select
ed from among the lieutenants of the
detective bureau who were intimate
friends of Petrosino.
From the East
During March and April
reduced rates will be in ef
Eastern Points to As
O. R. 6b N.
Money can i be deposit
ed here and we will
wire our eastern repre
sentatives to deliver
tickets to passengers
tt any point in the east
Cash can also be trans
mitted to passengers by
wire without extra cost
For further information call on
General Passenger Agent
Q. W. ROBERTS, Agent
O. R. N. DOCK
Bits ttfar Imurll $tmt
CANDY MEN IN IT.
How can any person risk takina
some unknown cough remedy when
Foley's Honey and Tar costs them
no more? It is a safe remedy, con
tains no harmful drugs, and cures the
most obstinate coughs and colds.
Whv experiment with your health?
Insist upon having the genuine
Foley's Honey and Tar. T. F. Lau-
j rin, Owl Drug Store.
Asking For Reduced Rail Rates On
CHICAGO, March 26--The Na
tional Confectioners Association and
twenty other confectionery manufac
turers and associations have filed a
petition with the Interstate Com
merce Commission asking for a re
duction of the rates on all kinds of
confectionery. They ask that the
grades of candy rated as first class
be changed to third class and the
third class to fifth class. They say
that the present classification en
courages the manufacture and sale of
cheap and inferior confectionery and
that it is a discrimination against the
small dealer. All of the large west
ern roads are made defendants.
A Religious Author's Statement
Rev. Joseph H. Fesperman, Salis
bury, N. C, who is the author of
several books, writes: "For several
years I was afflicted with kidney
trouble and last winter I was sud
denly stricken with a severe pain in
my kidneys and was confined to bed
eight days, unable to get up without
assistance. My urine contained a thick
sediment and I passed same fre
quently day and night. I commenc
ed taking Foley's Kidney Remedy,
and the pain .gradually abated and
finally ceased and my urine became
normal. I cheerfully recommend
Foley's Kidney Remedy' T. F. Lau
r n, Owl Drug Store.
Ben locailoa la tht City.
All Modern Conveniences.
Relet from 11.00 per day and "P
Ratea wlib bath, $1.80 per day and up.
Opposite the Bakeronian
HOME-MADE, and of thr choicer
ingredients; put up under supervis
ion that guarantees their perfect
freedom from all deleterious matter
GREAT SPECIAL OFFER
MRS. F. WOOLLEY
Foley's Honey and Tar cures
coughs quickly, strengthens the lungs
and expels cold). Get the genuine
in a yellow package. T. F. Laurin,
Owl Drug Store. ,
An Edison Standard Phonograph
Sent to Ton on 10 Days' Free Trial
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ION SOIQ MOUNTtO RCCOROI k t aolwtmt bp ou ONI I0ITII Of OIL ONI OH CAN
and n AUTOMOlIlt lftU(H AflACHMtNT. Could you Imagine .1 on lllwr 1 onrt
Yon laktalwululvlf NO RISK In ordortna tine outfit. Ho etmuy leujti have ire
uoutiM.il It tho Hit OrriR IVIR NA0I Ihem. lliatw know joq will do lit am.
Fill otil the coupon wtUilho Bum and tddnwa. nmll II 10 ue ',r, nnd will
Mttd mil particular by relura mall, Cut IHII OUt AN0 Mill 10 DAY
Eilers Piano House
lartmt rViflc fnant fiwilcni In Talking
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EILERS PIANO HOUSE
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(imiUviiUu r 1r .li.l eatnlivuM
and Hill partlru'anof your KilUoo
Kama.,,, ,,,,,,,,7..,". .,.,,.,, ,. .
First-Class Liquors and Cigars
M2 Commercial Street
Corner Commercial and 14tk ASTORIA, OREQON
Sherman Transter Co.
HENRY SHERMAN, Utacttr.
Hacks, Carriage Bagoie Checked and TransferredTracks as Fanutasi
Wagoos Pianos Moved, Boxed and Shipped.
4U CaounarciiJ Street Mam PkexM 1
mi-l. .L! L-L-J-UUL. Ill LU-i'mjffl,!
SCOW BAY BHASS &
Iron and Brass Founders, Land and Marine Engineers.
Up-to-Date Sawmill Machinery Prompt attention given to all repair
tlth and Franklin Ave. work. Tel Main 3441
& C0L1BIJI RIVER R. R.
Will sell cheap round trip excursion tickets to Denver May 17th,
July 1st and August nth
On June and & 3rd, July and & 1 3rd and August nth
and lath, very low round trip rates will be made to St.
Paul, Duluth, Omaha, Kansas City, St. Louis, Chicago
andall eastern points,
Through Rail'and Steamship tickets sold to allj parts of
For full particulars call or address
" Q. B.JJOHN50N, Oen'l Agent A. & C. R. R.
12tb St, near Commercial 8t ASTORIA, OREGON.
PALMISTRY AND CARD
READING. Fait, present and future; give val
uable advice on all eventi of life,
bualneii, love, marrlagei, change or
travels; can read your inner moil
thoughts through the cardi; can tell
the work yon are gifted for through
Palmistry; will be here for one week
only. Reading, 50 cents to $1.00.
Ladles or gentlemen. Room 112, 578
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TIDE TABLE FOR MARCH
Thursday , ,
Thursday . .
Monday ....... 8
aturclav 27 4:40
SUNDAY . ,.,281 5:351
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P. M. Low Water. A, lCTP.M.
6.9 Tuesday 2
.... Thursday .
. . . . Friday , , .
8.2 Saturday ,,
8.2 SUNDAY .
8.1 Monday ..
7.9 Tuesday 91
7.7 Wednesday ,.,10
7.5 Thursday 11
7.7 Friday 121
6.6 Saturday 13
6.1 SUNDAY , ..14
5.5 SUNDAY 14
5.8 Monday ..15
6.8 Tuesday 161
6.8 Wednesday ...171
7.4 Thursday 18
8.1 Friday 19
.... Saturday 20
9.2 SUNDAY 12
9.1 Monday 22
9.0 Tuesday ......23
8.4 Wednesday ...241
7.7 Thursday .
6.5 Saturday .,
6.3 SUNDAY .
6.4 Monday .,,
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5:05 3.5 5:35 -0.2
5:55 3.1 6:15 -0.2
6:35 2.8 6:53-0.1
7:12 2.4 7:23 0.2
7:45 2.2 7:50 0.7
,8:08 1.8 8:10 1.0
8:33 1.6 8:33 1.4
9:05 1.4 9:00 1.8
I 9:43 1.2 9:30 2.3
10:15 1.1 10:05 2.8
111 :07 1.1 10:45 3.4
1:05 4.3 2:35 0.7
I 2:40 4.2 3:45 0.3
4:05 3.7 4:45 -0.1
I 5:05 3.0 5:35-0.3
5:58 2.1 6:20 -0.4
6:42 1.2 7:00-0.2
7:25 0.4 7:42 0.0
I 8:10-0.1 8:22 0.6
9:00-0.3 9:08 1,3
9:48-0.4 9:50 2.0
11:42 0.1 11:38 3.4
0:55 3.8 2:00 0.6
2:25 3.9 3:10 0.6
3:45 3,7 4:10 0.6
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