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THE MORNING ASTOR IAN. ASTORIA. OREGON.
-"mn MONDAY, SEPTEMIIKIt IS, ltxi.v THE MORNING ASTORIAN Established 1873. Published Daily by TEE J. & DELLIItGER COUP ANT. SUBSCRIPTION SATES. By mail, per year $7.00 By mail, per month.. .60 By carrier, per month WEEKLY ASTORIAN. By mail, per year, in advance. $1.00 Enteral at aeeond-elasa matter June 28, IVWft, at the poetolttc at Astoria. Ur on, under tne act or congress 01 iihitii s. Orrter fw th dellvrnnif of TBI or." 1KO urroaiA to either rmkteooe or place of budiuna nay be made by portal card or through trie hooe. Any Irrvtrularity In de livery ahoiild be nubediately imported to the office of publication. TELEPHONE MAIN 661. tinoarie entered Korea and toady they have three hundred and and twenty three congregation, with more than 2u 0U0 adherents and between 8000 and 7000 communicant. The automobile industry baa' growu in aix year from 43 autoa Valued at 100,000 to 26,601 valued at ?40,0O0,0OO, and it is predicted that inside of two years the value of our factory pro ducts will be $100,000,000. This is a remarkable record for a tingle industry to make. Who does not admire a handsome residence with well kept lawn, trim med hade trees and an abundance of blossoming- flowers! Yet on reflection it weiin to us that about all the fun t l(o re is about such a property U tn- joved by. those, who drive by look at it. A New York dentUt i allcj.-ed to have fifty wives scattered throughout the I'nited States. ,lle probably Isn't wor ry injr over the question of a uniform di vorce law. 600,000 TEACHERS. There were employed in tire school and evllej.'vs of the I'nited btates in l!03, 5i'4.75o teachers. There were in all the public, private, professional, and other school and in all the universities and colleges 18,1S7,91S pupils or stu dents, which would gove one teacher to every thirty-three pupils. In a census bulletin just issued Prof. Walter F. Wilcox of Cornell university, taking all persons lie t ween the ages of 5 and 24 as a basis of calculation, esti mates that there U one teacher to every seventy-one persons of school age in the United State. This range in nge in cludes the boys and girls in the several grades of the public schools, in the pri vate schools, core-ptniiing to the ele mentary and high schools, and the young nieu and women in the colleges. "Will your widow dres as well as your wite does!' is one of tue adver tisements of an insurance company. It depends on what luck she has In pick ing out Xo. 2. It is not so very difficult to under stand how anybody can invent the nu merous breakfast fHKls, but we always wonder at the genius of the minds that invents all the new names. THE PRESIDENT'S DISCOVERIES. President Roosevelt has discovered more maladministration in the depart ments at Washington than most peo ple including political opponents, dreamed existed. The latest brought forcibly to public atention is that of the government printing office. Those familiar with the affairs at Washington have long mentioned this branch of the eervice as one that needed cleaning up. The pre-ent prospects are that no one responsible ior things going wrong will escape exposure. One trouble with this department i that it is a law unto itself. Some $0,000,000 a year i turned, over to the public printer, and he is made practic ally its treasurer. For long it has been the place for friends nf nni;ti-an mostly those living in the vicinity of Washington. Whatever may have been the ability of frank W. Palmer, the veteran head of the bureau, and his claim to perfect honesty, the circumstances surrounding the office and the regulations controlling 11 nave Deen such that a wise and prop er administration could hardly have been expected. Now that Mr. Palmer is out and the office is being overhauled, it should be established on a businesslike basis and without any halfway business about it. Ilishop Totter has failed to make good in the saloon bu-incs. ttuni and re ligion positively will not mix. He hit found that he could not follow the Lord and chase the devil at the Mine time. In 1904 the expenditure of the United States government for all classes of printing amounted to f7.$0.PO6.;,1. The extent and variety of printed matter uovv used in the conduct of the federal government are clearly reflected by thi heavy exjiemliture. It also suggests the possibility of over-liberality. Got OS Cheap. He may well think, he has got off cheap, who, after having contracted constipation or indigestion, is still able to perfectly restore his health. Nuth ing will do this but Dr. King's New Life Pills. A quick, pleaant, and certain cure for headache, constipation ,etc. 25c at Chas. Rogers' drug store; guar anteed. Jean Baptists Martin, an .American citizen for seventeen years by natural ization, and keeper of a noted cafe in New York City, is a fervid admirer of President Roo-evelt and e.pwmlly in M-mpathy with him on the object of race MiicMe, as an evidence of Jie lias posted this noti.-e in tin vant's hall: a.. 1 employe who fm, this dati gets married will receive JF100. Anv emttlfivA a1a.i.. f 1 ... at the birth of each child; provided I,,'.,, 41.-. . -..-, imu such employe shall have 'wen in Iny twelve month' service for a period of J. u. martin. -!,! 1 Vt v. ,., uoc, are ,vin a new cure ior consumption which consists of eoual parts by weight of raw vegetables. The egetahieS selected are scrubbed with -us,, , ,rek ,vaUrj (hpn ni.xcd Chopped until the particles are small oKn to go into the receiver of a pnmling machine, where the mass is re duced to a PU,PS tld, is then coined ml the juice. s jiicezed out. Two ounce, of this nourishing ji,, are giveB Mv day after meal, These Juire, are MM to be the long sought for elements of diet needed to cure obstiate ,.an v,,ere th fcwon" in the lungs rsi-t- I er the ravage, 0f the disease had been apparently checked. Be a millionaire! You, young man, You, we mean! A man with a million is sim ply human being who has grasped opportunities that came his way. Usually he was a country boy, who came to tne city and worked his ay up quickly,, passing, on we way, tne young men who were not so quick to take ad vantage of the opportunities that were there for the find ing. The great Northwest today is a Millionaire-Factory, and the City of Portland is'where most of the millionaires will be made. Every little while some young man comes to Portland from the surround ing country, a young man who is carving out his For tune and will be a Million aire. He one of these men. There' no shorter, quicker way to get a start in business in Portland than to complete course at the Behnke AValker Business College. Portland 's biggest niercan ti!e institutions daily phone us for graduates to iill posi tion". They want our grad ua'es because t.,.y are com petent, because they ore the kind of vo'intr men who get ahead in th world. P.elmke-1 nuiher gruumiKs li.tvc a tremem.'o-ij, Advantage over their fellow-employe. Thev have a PIG s.'art.' and wish this start and with the riv.t kind of st'ifi" in tlio-n thoy can't help retting there. They will climb the ladder quickly, and there ' no Leieht of commercial achieve ment to which they may not aspire. Seise your opportunity to day. Write for Pchnke Walker catalogue, which con tains a special offer of how you may earn a handsome souvenir by performing a slight sen ice for us. Write direct to Dept. 22. BUSINESS College FACTS NOT GENERALLY KNOWN. I fie central markets 01 ran use more than WO,!) worth of basket every year. The population of the island of Bom bay is twice that of tsxtland and Ire land. The number of cattle destroyed by wild beasts in India lat year exceeded $.1,000. The liesf wrk comes from Algeria. There are 2.500.000 acres of coik for- cMa in that ronnt nr. A caterpillar in the coure of a month will devour 000 times its own weight in food. In Iceland horses are shod with heep's horn; in the Soudan a kind of sock made of camel's skin is used for the purpose. At Mrolilstk. RusMrtii Saxony, chess is a part of the regular school curricu lum, and every boy and girl carries a board and men. The wine cellars of Simin nre filled with alcohol vapor, as much as half an ounce of absolute alcohol lieing found in six cubic feet of air. . The automobile has taken a strong hold in Peru. Lima is to have a service ot automolule omnibuses, each designed to carry thirty passengers. Colds coughs congestion and costivencs Fluids which should pa.s through the Iwwcla and kidnevs are seen-toil hv noi and throaj. Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea will positively cure. 3.1 cent. THE TELEGRAPH'S NEW RATE. The swift steamer Telegraph leaves Callender dock, Astoria, daily, for Port land, except Friday, at 2 o'clock p. m., arriving in Portland at ft: 30 p. m. A round trip fare of $2.23 has been estab lished for the next CO days, going into effect today. No better way to obsene the beauties of the Columbia river. S Tkis J$ ike kind of a Siot for wkicltiKe MOOKAL MAGAZINE is pacing $10,000 H I' too cimcDtr rMM?ul tor wkw M PfKnit tuna tm ) qukn ipiMUt m uy "i mum MM SIKIpOM tl M all T MrniiltaiMn Uilt Smn arruun. JJ .1 Kuw I Um Mla. krmttui 'St.ll II. .k. 1. m.--- ..... tWiK-.r- k wis. tnriiifit I Ott H mkm lkt V, ilium,- wi4 ID M 0m. I . io you, know of ttetier one We wint little stories. annrdotM. Wn nl ! any dirpma frum a hrwtuiw. eugoiin or buuk tiut ius nuUe y uu Think, Laugh or Cry 8so prues will be aiven for t)w bt srlec tion. Itn -ilrs of silver doILm as hiKh sthe first trn lucctulul cunielituttius liic- nisi W4IUV Ihei.nly condition for entrrintf ttiivtotn ixtition is Out you lend ith viHircli(iiiii oc. for a ix m.mih' trul uU(ni.ln.n to tlis National Magazine. Addiest, JOE CIIAPPLE, Editor M DORCHCSTt'R AVENUE. Boatois, Maaa. ASTORIA IRON WORKS JOHN FOX. rrea. and Rayt. F L UlSUUP. Secretary Designers and Manufactarers of A. T FOX. Vice Pres. ASTORIA HAVINGS DANK. Treu THE LATEST 1MPI10VKD Canning Machinery, Marine Engines and Boilers, Complete Cannery Outfits Furnished. CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED. Foot of Fourth h licet. C3 Uojscr V Y WII 11 IU1 VJ O Beer, The MORNING ASTORIAN 75ICTS. PER MONTH Astoria's Best Newspaper A bracing tonic. Cures all stomach troubles. Makes red blood, bone and mucle. A wonderful remedy for ma king sii k people well. Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea. 33 centi, Tea or Tab- BLOOD PURIFYING TABLETS. MAKES RICH RED BLOOD. HEALTH AND STRENITH. A BLESSING TO BRAFN WORKERS AND NERVOUS PEOPLE. A POSITIVE CUB IS rOR nun i km i v? Be A Real Woman. No. StM I'etiM Aveoue, Hovsros, Ta, Mr , ISO. I was txrren dnnnf the sis year of mrt n 1 sufferiaf with painful mcnitruatiuo ami a tl iien other scbue sn J pauit. I mi a poor ettute fr a wife as 1 wei nul able to La up more than about ball lb time and datl grew weaker and we Iter. Wine ot Cardul ebaiiKed ma mm a dlSereot womaa la St short months, made me ro'mit and trimv. I am eerjr grateful to jroo lor my guod beallb and aa today bletsed with a baby who ti the pride of our home and this i all doe to your medicin. Vica-PmaatnairT, Hocrros llorHiaa Olcb. ECZEMA SCURVY RHEUMATI5M NERVOUS DI5EA5ES WEAK LUN03 CONSTIPATION NERVOUS DYSPEPSIA - Wine of Cardui briags health to lick women. Wine of Cardui brings children to barren homes. How can any woman refuse the health ft Mrs. Mason has? Any woman can secure ex actly the same relief if she will take Wine of Cardui. Wine of Cardui is a certain cure for menstrual irregularities. It will not do impos sibilities but it does cure bearing-down pains, makes motherhood possible for barren wives and relieves the pains at the monthly period. Secure a bottle of Wine of Cardui today. All druggists sell $1.00 bottles Wine of Cardui. ERYSIPELAS OOUT TUBERCUL0U5 BLOOD POISON KIDNEY TROUBLE IRREGELAR HEN50S LIVER TROUBLES. 5A-MU-LAH tablets arc compounded from the essence of rare East Indian Hants, and are the perfected result of ovtr 20 years of medical research. SA-flU-LAH acts promptly on the Lunjs, Liver and Kldntys. These rgans are directly responsible for the condition of the blood. SA-MU-LAH is tt blood purifying medicine put up in tablet form, and contain nothing of an injurious nature. They arc invaluable in cjscs of specific febrile disorders where the blood has a large excels of febrine or uric acid. Every disease or disorder that flesh is heir to can be traced to Impure Blood. SA-MU-LAM has helped thousands of sufferers. It can help you. PBrr A Sampl mci ot SA-WU-LAH tablet will K rnt tree t any a lA Ctmm persaa writing a ad aclolag ic te saver ct ul po.tej. ON SALE AT PRINCIPAL DRUdOISTS. PRICE PER BOX CONTAINING 25 TABLETS. 50 CENTS. If your dealer cannot supply yon, send price and order to POWELL DRUG & CHEMICAL CO., 140 NASSAU ST.. NEW YORK. 1 32sk2SXXEal Your Prescription: Bock Island If you are going East, I would appreciate your consulting me. I will gladly help you plan your trip and tell you all about Rock Island service. Just drop me a line consultation free I I will show you a Rock Island folder and our publication entitled "Across the Continent in a Tourist Sleeping Car." It is of considerable importance that you select the right route there are many different ways to go. I'll tell you of the superior points about the Rock Island way. a. h. Mcdonald, General Agent, Rock Island System, 140 Third Street, Portland, Pre. Dangers of Defective Plumbing. Defective plumbing permits the entrance into the home of sewer gas bearing germs ot contagious diseases to which the human ivh gS tern readily succumbs. Scwcr gat ii not necemrily generated in the sewer, but it frequently crested in the plumb ing system within the home and enters the apartments through defective fixtures. If in doubt, consult ui regarding the piping nd replacing defective fixtures with Btttttimsr Porcelain Enameled Ware acknowledged at the best eanitary equipment. L A. Mfintpnmprv Atnri H J J 1MIU1 III SdlkL 1 ""f.-ii I AN ASTORIA PRODUCT I Pale Boliemiim Mwr tteat Iu The Kortliwest x M It X jl X X North Pacific Brewing Co. I Sherman Transter Co. HENRY SHERMAN, Manager II acksCarriagcs Baggage Checked and TransferredTrucks and Fur niture Wagons Pianos Moved, Boxed and Shipped. - Twenty year ago Presbyterian mla- PORTLAND. OREGON. C. 433 Commercial Street Phone Main 121