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THE MOTOtDffl ASTORIAN, ASTORIA.' OliEOON,
THE J. S. BELLINGER CO.
FORCAST OF EVENTS OF
THE CODING WEEK
NEWS AND NOTES IN inn.
SUNDAY, MARCH W
I r n . I ' 1
J Wnnr Ijnnf i L IQflO
I iiuauy IUIUUU
July 30, 1906, t the poitofRce t Astoria,
ii of March 3, 1879.
. : tn either residence
made by postal card or through tdephme.
ihould bt Immediately reported to the office
LEPHONE MAIN Ml.
-fbones, 7; ookr 5n
NAME ESUS BLUNDER.
t r a eve of the
waterirom i -
critical tourist is offended by the on-
kempt, scraggiy, ,;
and wanton array of broken piling.
the "whiskers" of a oooiy w -in..
.u... v,,v heen there tor
i years without number only serves to
ll.i.. them dirtier, more ragged,
thfv are fit accomp-
CHIC from Master Fish War-' nime, of the trash aden back
JJi McAllister, of this Sute premUes JX
, i fhii issue. PUU a very,ever, and it may be mat tne
i0b . - - . .h . ..roaiiy careless
I are desirous of maintaining the ob
scene harmony ot tne juuw.,
refrain from touching either nuisance.
At all events, Astoria's waterfront is
.7 . . .:;i;.w4 community.
a disgrace to -
There are several nne cun;";-
properties, docks, warehouses, mdus
1 . . -,i s like, alonit the
trial piams, - - . -
river, that are well kept and of invit-
. ik. m T W.
ins appearance; dik -
while the wreckage and filth and dis-
order of the rest, - j
a standing cause for adverse com
ment from every liner that enters
rd leaves the port; and the pnde o
. . . j: ..r. nn 9i-COunt
the city is at a ow'
. , v. matter of the
JTsioa of the Board of Fish Com
moner from its o"8'na'
. .... tr:ii.mHi and CiacKa.-
etas rivers against salmon fishing, to
conform with the general and joint
.ction of the States of Oregon and
Washington, as applied to the Colum
bia: and clears a situation that was
. . : 1 Hn.n this way.
tast occn"" . , .
Tfe. Moraine Astoria n s giaa.
however, to have been quoted as the
only paper that raised the cry o m-
justice, to woica anui
the Master Warden, in this section,
; will alwavs be
and orgs w " .,
found on the spot, in any similar
went that may present itself upon
more dependable grounds than this
one has, though our source of author
ity was deemed good when we used it
The board, apparently, has never
. Anw nneninff the tWO
IMPORTANT EVENTS WILL
TAKE PLACE DURING THE
NEXT SEVEN DAYS.
WASHINGTON, D. C, March 27.
The ensuing seven days hold forth
the promise of considerable num
ber of interesting and important news
t ..a. iirviti nun huivu'
The wrestling ot ons"
Payne tariff bill "1 continue to oc-
' . i dMh(rt ni trie
bits of news that may be expected to
emanate from the seat of natwnal
late io Hiijivi."". r-
Otner ppuimi""- . .
President Taft has proroi r
one of the guests at the
er of the Harvard Club at the Ral
. . t....,1iv nttfht. Other
I "... -ill k the retiring president
Cfnator KOOl. Ul. jiu-.- ----
.'.nt il fIlh
ett Hale and otners promu.v ,
ic me. . .. .
Before the etfd Ot tne w
steamship Hamburg, with LOione
touch at Gibraltar, and on Sunday the
ship is due to reacn v
the Roosevelt expedition will transfer
to the steamer Admiral, leaving the
r .k. witf of Atnca.
next aay tor m ,
Events of special iniercM ...
dustrial world will be more or less
numerous to judge from the present
outlook. The situation with regard
to the threatened strike oi u w
i.. with interest.
miners win us " .
. . - : U announced
A reaucnon ,
by several of the steel companies to
come into effect with the first day of
the new month, on wmca ua
of it. . ) tne new mu...... - - -
Before we undertaKe o important changes in ra.-u
other regatta we should take soraej , lations also will come into
save ourselves me rcy"'.' -r
able from so plain a confession of our
At least we can
- . .u-
rivers in Question trom me civic inum...v.- --
AorH to the 1st of May, and the final khm" the wh.skers from our water
.npiu i w;iUm.e!f... that much of It.
hearing ot tne pica m " "-jiacc
,d Clackamas people will not be
. j ami. Anmninru uiivm : i nm umici v. v. - . ,
nCX.U u . i " - , .
beara ana ucrau..
of next month; and it is most earn
estly hoped that it win
. . . .:.14 nrh raw and OiS-
criminating concession as w prayed
on idc gwuu 3-s-v
board and of Mr. McAffiater, to see
that no mistake is maac, -behalf.
lne urovc. v.v. - - ;
sull hold the record in getting jobs
of the presidential
. xr ;!... w. 5t. Paul
Railroad has fixed next Friday as he
)na. A..,ba tfk t M r
time for driving tne iasi
of their sys-
new rat.uw --
,,m The avent is ol more man v-
,t : n,i.nrr a marking the
uinary nupv. . - .
completion of another transcontinen
tal railroad line.
The convict lease syicii, "
has come in for much severe criticism
of late years because of the graft and
cmelttcs H was ik .
cred. will come to an enu ... v,w.B.-
next Wednesday, wncn uic f
sed by the legislature to abolish the
system will come into force- Under
the new system the convicts are to
Germany-, War Department is ex-jbe used on the .roads o the .ua
- ! with airships rmcu i otner woirs u ,
We ding determinedly to our pre-kj on and machine guns.jIt is anticipated that under the new
- r .t. - Urt rt nf President
STSfi m-bankngi -V;0dd WOW acres
on the good sense and justice of th , he national forest reservations.
. o nr.inict.r t see.. . a nt fn retiring
lisRS Donohue will Join the Chic
ago White Sox aV Memphis next
? a.,.,m,ia has a tasi yvunH
. .1 - .k uu'i-n to the name ot
piaycr uv .......
Winning the Stanley tup gives i
title of champion iiocitcy iv. v
worm v v ' ' . ...
1 i.-tiv r.vrri
U wiujf r""V ' t , . .. a;. A
.i . j i .....inni hntttnioni.
OI UIi" v."-t
had better get
1 lie " - - , ...
Honut Wagner's life insured if he
makes good his threats to take out a
ifu- . .. ...... ,...nnA
;lit.vi ' ,
.t .k. f-i.i.-inn.iii team. i
nursing -",,.. ... . aV
The St. Louis v.aru.. "7
camp . ,k. .
play their nrst gams
Pine B'ufl he next day.
Manager tiugn jennm
carded his r,e-an ; -
The tail-end teams in the American
association will look sad before the
168-game scheduled is played out.
rovaleski of the Fhiladel-
' K'...;nat had made a nice start
i.. ..i.'.i.ir.., i nohit name. That's the
y j..lV .... B ., ...
worst thing inai-cmnu uv.
uraw aim ... .
The Sullivan twins. in
... i t.vr Paris where they
Will t-"t ,
hope to get on speaw..K ....
(hose delightful French francs.
Scout" Arthnr Irwin and insirucu..
of Plavers" Duke tarrei mhh.k.
able to show the New ork Hign
landers how the game is played.
Secretary worse v. "
land league wants a lew i.tM-ua
Whnt a nerve afe K""
... . .hu umnires. when
warning - .
. i . ri!i-i B.
. : iir nounds lighter
Americans r -
. . ....V . noro If Hack
ttian nc ws
isn't careful he will weaken himself
taking off so mucn weigm.
Manager Lumley of the Brooklyn
..,.a i mn in a name the other
day when the Supcrbas beats the
With Bowerman, Bates. Beaumont,
Becker, Ball, Boultes and Barrett,
.... I,,., fill(U S IOUO. 11
I II IT w T..'..
' r ". ..
J, f V.;1 ,
,"t . : - tiff
Sti.- fnr record ot me jc..."-
.;ii k remembered as
we cung - iw,th small cannon -
dilection for a saloon hcense of fl,- p h the g0!d medals awarded by
000 per annum in this city. We want j t0 the Wright brothers will
to see it tried out as a leverage for ; historical .importance as time
. t .. -r t.nitV,1i nf the ,e'
the mutinying oi , nJ on-
aaloonman ano tne gene.
One of the vital reasons for the
..ncmi agitation in Astoria is
f mnv fflftfP a
presence oi c.y
A description of the new attorney
,i .rents him as "Precise but
nore sa-;s r and with the
than the city can support ; Jesses of a guillo-
since those that sutler lor ym .ti He i3 aU law." Mr. wicKcr
legitimate patronage seek to eke that , edge may prove trou.
... i i f mate rflcuSj r . . .
custom oi" ujr ..-6-"" - blesome to preaaiory .
.u... mitatin trouble for all con- Plc-U,u r
VilU3 pavv a 1 -
cerned. , v, Orezon Republicans are trying to
c-.i t,r 15.000 oeoole. lie-, uregon ih ,
Oaic.u, - 'l.armoni7e their meiuuu ui ... -
enses 15 $sa,oons to the thous- .harmonize t
i f t.,;nn. and one oi ine
ana oi pupuia...., - - .
consequences notable, is that she has
but three policemen, including the
chief. But granting 10 more to this
city, owing to the demand of sea-port
i-vti floatine oooulation,
.t. -e mnre rationally meet
ine j wuum ... -
.. . t , ViHsmess and divide
ine claims . . .
it with more satisfaction, besides
materially advancing the style and
quality of the saloons.
The people are g:ii.i -
this everlasting saloon uproar, and it
is an easy matter to purge the situa
tion of a vast deal of its unpleasant
ness, by the passage of an ordinance
fixing the license at $1,000; that alone
would eliminate the major cause and
put the business on a footing where
it could be better handled by the men
at interest, as well as by the authori
c c.,-li ;ten as this must
lies. QUinv r
soon be taken, or there will be a
' mood on in this city, that will gladly
meet and aid the growing sentiment
of the State for general prohibition
The liquor men will do well to
study things a little closer and try
to catch the real meaning of the pro
of the day. It is
J1UJ1L11JI1 .lu.i'.v.-. - - t
a fieht against
liquor as such, as it is a p.y,.
against and defiance of, the attitude
assumed by the saloon as a political
factor. This is what is angering and
disgusting the vast majority, includ
ing the men who drink, and unless a
' stand is taken by the business itself,
to bring the trade to uecciu
it will be wiped out from one end of
Oregon to the other, the good with
the bad. The $1,000 prescription is
among the quickest and ' most effec
tive of the remedies at hand, for the
. u. !,...; ami for the man
man m uu...v-.
who, while he may not actually want
to see the ultimate of prohibition,
' ii !t v. w.iv of fiat rebuke
Will VUIC "J . ,
' .i. ... .11 iio,l..d nssnmntion 01
lor uic uui' 1
power which the saloon is arrogating
ltsclt, in pouiica
ment bu,t when they gaze on the
Democratic senator they elec ed, and
who will antagonize the politics , of
a . I . i. ..MahAOf ThPll
Taft, they leei tnai wmcut"-
scientific improvemcuis ...
i ...n;.,t1 at the ex
ment nave oeen " T ;.
nmmnn sense. St. uouis
Lonvennon-t o..v. w -- . .,,.rirn xtrrh 27. Uarwin s cu.m', --
will attract public notice during the CHICAGO, March " he occa,ionally puts
H include the biennial inter- theory of the evolu. .on of .pe. ha (riendly M
weeK wm Rmtherhood received a disconcerting MO w k .. . ,7
by Judge Wmdes tnai a
"Missing link," exhibited at locan am
ma lshow, is a dumb imbecile Louis
iana negro boy. The court tias aw.ru-
ed his custody to me nun,,.. - -
ii. a "rnnar," at the show
Doy was tuucu .
and a graphic story was told of hi.
capture at rt risk m Central Africa
Thousands of persons have stared at
him as a "canmnai ap ""
... ..if c,.,-ic. In reality he
wna naii-.... - -
President Taft expects next sum;
mer to attend the trans-Mississippi
Commercial Congress at Denver, the
. . r, ( ciait Lake the
Grand Army rcui..-.. -exposition
at Seattle and t en aU
sail along tne cw v
sail . - 1 :U.BaPit10T
West is a great nem m
and is growing in, u.c Vy
good travelers.-St. Louis G.-D.
"THIS DATE IN HISTORY"
: : , fnv vears will have
law ueu.B'o "" , ,. ,. .
a magnificent system ui
wayJ- . r
rs . c ani rrvnici irwua hm
week will mciuae me u.c....,-. y
national meeting of the Brotherhood j received
i i r,ivi. Engineers and the decision
UI L,UVVI1.V. r.
council meeting oi uic w.o. - ,
tion of Women's Clubs, both of which
are to meet in san nrrai,
the annual convention of the Nation
al Dental Association, at Birmingham
Ala., and a conference called by Gov
extort of Louisiana to meet
in New Orleans to take action look
ing to the establishment of uniform
r-hild and women labor laws and the
possible betterment ot conuii.w ...
this respect throughout the South.
In the foreign field, the ever-present
Balkan problem will continue to
.: .wi the i-fforts mak-
occupy auc.H.".. , ; . . ,
ing to avert actual nosii. "
1 . 1 Inl.r.st.
waicneu wm. ...v. v.-
The popular demonstration that is
scheduled to be held next Friday in
. ' t - . (Via rf.
.t rii f.i Mavtcn in ivtir ui niv v
tne v-uy ui .".w ... -
election ot rresiuem u
to the the greatest and most specta
cular affairs of its kind ever held in
Mexico. The paraae, wmcn ...
the chief feature of the demonstra
te . .
tion, is expected to emoracc w
marchers representing all (parts of
The annual race between the Cam-
i.,;,t and Oxford crews will be row-
...;n i,,V like one-arm B's strong
...i. .u. !,;... later in tne
WIU. .u .
I1.n.nn I1V nC
lacx Jul...."" " , ,
.- . .j ci.,.i,. PitTsimmons, Coroeti
i . in the lame r.nu
same night Evidently tne u.g s
. r..-. K,.t not bemit able
meani - - .
to think of Jack's name ran over the
ITT. . ' - , t.'
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There was a time when, it you
were particular, you -couldn't
get your clothes-notions carried
out except at a tailors. But
that was in the days of sweat
shops before such great institu
tions as Fechheimer Fishel Co.,
of New York City, were in ex
istence. Their garments are designed
and tailored by the most skilled
craftsmen in the world, Not
only the cloth, but every detail
of the workmanship is subject
to the critical scrutiny of ex
perts before it leaves the fac
tory. . .,, .,,
No fabric can go into an "Eff
Ef f" garment that has not with
stood the rigid rain and bleach
ing test to which all cloth used
by the Fechheimer Fishel Co.,
is subjected whether it be a
suit or coat for $18 to $35.
WE ARB EXCLUSIVE REPRESENTATIVES FOR "EFF-IFF" CLOTHING
1 1 ii IK in k HARRISON
JEM MACE GETTINQ ALONG
1 n'DON, March 27--Jem Mace,
the famous old time pugilist, kept
open house today for the acore. oi
r- I. timtTfT WUU kvuvu
of his eignnem j" -----
' ! t,n1a net1 hoartv and even
champion ' .
t ,. . .;,.miiu nni on the
now nc r
gloves for a friendly setto.
Mace was corn aiarcn . -"
first attained wide fame in 1861 when
he defeated Sam Hurst ir , a fight for
the championsmp anu a i- -"-
.. i. rminiU for Mace
It lOOK UII.J 'B" - ,
. .1.. nnu,r(ii1 Hurst, who
to pur away ,--
. . ,i,u r.r..inti.iv had won
the championsmp i':
. . . , r. 1 1 . m
raauwa. - . .
v' ?fi 1S62. when he lost the title
io Tom King in 21 rounds- Ma
i u. r. r.n three times.
is declared to be, despite his gro k. - o tbcyoul,
q, face and head, ta wM a drawMace
less. His name is wi.i.c -' - , .: ri : Rypanu in
hi, mother declared he was kidnaped . " - 7. V' , Ti Allen
Mav oi mm j" -j
11 ...... r fi affrt
1,, jt...-. r,"-
Orleans in a fight for the
championship of America. He was
to ave lougtu joe u' ,ul ,,,v
chmtonhip. but the authorities in-
tcrlere& and preventcu me .
After muting several pugilists m
minor reputation Mace returnea to
F.ngland aid a few years reurtu
from the ring with a sufficiency of
this world' iood to keep him in
comfort the rcit of hi life-
FRYING PAN INTO FIRE
vpV YORK. March 27. Datum-
ick Revelli, who w.n in Italy at the
time of the earthquake ami ahiuc
K,oi vapei... wiim i ' a .vi"i vi ,i
MfSsina earthquake and who arrived
,i,itt .Mintrt- thi.-wptW. wprc mar-
Iried in Hoboken yesterday,
mkm a coiuerence oi nwi."........
educator, manufacturer nJ laoor
leader from all part of the United
States which i to be held April 10
under the ampiee of the American
, ... uUnr titatlnn. The
aovernment will be represented by
Charlei 1'- Neill, eommiwlontr of
labor, and Daniel C Ketfe, commi
jiioncr general of immigration.
BIO POW WOW
CHICAGO March 27. Lc(Wntion
in the interests of workers of the
country will be the subject of discu-
PALMISTRY AND CARD
READING. Pat, present and future; give val
uable advice on all event of lit.
buinei, love, marriage, change or
travels: can rtau jum m.hi
. . . ...
thought through the card; tan ten
the work you are gifted (or through
Palmistry; will be htr for ont week
only. Reading, 50 cent to f 1.00.
Ladie or gentlemen. Room 112, 578
Commercial ttreet. tmt
Uv nuttino arnuno! it one of our celebrated
This is the season ot the year to imp rt , r :
AMERICArv WIRE FdINvp
. , ... . ed over tne rcnuid.
VAi-St. Marv's hrst settiemKin , - ,., , fnrt1:.ke next batur-
Maryland, iounuvu. .
I 1 174 Jl"'""
. t .. . 1 1 A,aA fit
governor ol -New ungiami, u.
Salem, Mass. Born in England in
16?7'6I?,ench burned Fort Bull,
heer 'Oneida County, N. Y.
i , - , t. ..1-j kArnm.- rirpvl-
1775 Jonn Kuneugc uv-- .
dent of South Carolina.
lanlThe navv yard and marine
barracks at Washington established.
1814 Gen. jaCKson uuv.l---.
Creek Indians at battle of Horseshoe
Bend. . . Uo nut the finishing
1830-Lu.s Antomo : f l.jl;ln o government.
ernor ot ...
San Francisco. Born June u, -
ig30j,fassacre at uoliaa, iexds.
1865 Siege of Mobile began.
,ooi -t?io nprsons killed in a
loot . , .
powder explosion at Oakland, Cal.
1895 Great tire in -
. . t i nnO Afin
volving a loss oi
day- The Cambridge crew, accord
ing to the latest advices from the
other side, is expected to rule a slight
favorite in the betting
Another step toward the establish
. -f ..... fmmnnwealth in
South Africa will be taken Tuesday,
'when the parliaments of Cape Col
ony, Natal, the Transvaal of the
I Orange River Colony will take action
Ion the proposed constitution. If
i favorable action is taken the union
Loiunntion will meet again in June
toucties to uk
TRACING HIS RECORD
. . r. . rnA :n One Dav
10 VU. v wv.v. ... "
Take LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine
Tablets. Druggist retuna mu.. ..
it fails to cure. E W GROVE'S
signature is on each box 25c.
... . .
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., March u
A special from Pittsburg say J. II
Boyle, kidnaper of Willie Whitla, the
Sharon boy, is ocucvcii y m.
Grayson of this city to be the same
Boyle who as agent lor mi- nn...
cd Oil Company left Seattle, Wash-
,i t.rtM n way nan. takincr with
him several thousand dollars -of the
company s money.
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Let os Give you an estimate. It will pay you.
ptARD STOKES HARDWARE CO