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About The morning Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1899-1930 | View Entire Issue (May 18, 1904)
THE MORNING ASTORIAN, WEDNESDAY, MAY 18, 1904.
First National Bank of Astoria
Capital and Surplus $100,000
ASTORIA SAVINGS BANK
Capital I'ald In 1100,000. Barplui and Undivided Troflti $25,000
Transacts general banking biisiueas. Interest paid on time deposit.
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Don't Forget the GREEN STRIPE
at the Eagle Dance Hall!
IN SESSION IN PITTSBURGH
President Dnrry Makes, Many Sensa
tional Statements in His An
J. Nv WILLIAMSON,
Of Crook County.
P. A. PETERSON
Pittsburg, , May 17. The national
convention of the National Manufac
turers' Association convened here at 0
o'clock this morning. A full quota of
delegates are present and the conven
tion Is very enthusiastic.
In his annual address, President
Parry briefly discussed the labor prob
lem, which he declared was at present
the paramount question before the as
sociation. In reviewing the labor events
of the past year, be said:
"There are many indications which
go to show that organized labor Is
learning a very valuable lesson In
economics and law observance and
hopes can be reasonably entertained
that the strikes which have character
ized the last year will be less strenu
ous In the future.
"In regard to the National Associa
tion of Manufacturers, I am positive
that any crusade having for its object
the grinding down of labor would meet
the determined opposition of practical
ly the entire membership. The policy
of this association is primarily one of
peace. If we stand for anything we
stand for the development of American
Industry. It is obvious that men will
hesitate to Invest their capital In pro
ductive enterprises if It means con
stant struggle with labor unions and
If frequent strikes tend to destroy trade
by making uncertain the filling of con
tracts. Industrial strife adds a hazard
to Investments Involving the employ
ment of labor which cannot fall to be
injurious to Industrial development,
thus causing permanent loss to all
classes. Therefore, our policy Is one
which looks to the maintenance of peace
and not to the adoption of measures
that will arouse hostilities."
Speaking of the closed shop, Mr.
"The closed shop Is against public
policy and Is of doubtful legality. The
liberty of the Individual would be Im
possible If be Is debarred from the right
to contract for his services because be
does not belong to & union. I believe
that this truth will become generally
recognized and that the day must come
when no Industry will be allowed to
run on the closed shop plan."
In closing, Mr. Parry announced that
the association had gained a thousand
members in the last year, bringing the
total membership up to 3000, and was
In better financial condition than ever
before. .- '
Scholarship Established in Mem
ory of Classman Who Was
New Haven, Conn, May 17. At the
May meeting of the Yale University
corporation. Just held, Professor 8. S.
Sanford of the department of music,
presented the university with a mace
as the symbol of authority of the pres
ident and the fellows of the corpora
tion, it is of silver covered with gold,
weighs 24 pounds and is 47 inches
long. The main shaft of the maie
contains names of the 13 presidents of
the university. , Space Is provided for
20 more names.
President Hadley announced the
establishment of a new scholarship
In Yale In memory of William Joseph
Austrian, of the class of 1907. who
lost his life In the Iroquois fire. By
the provision of this scholorshlp the
annual Income of a fund of $8000 Is
to be given to a student of strong
character, Influence, marked ability
and promise of scholarship.
A number of appointments and re
appointments of professors were made.
of Hong Kong finds that rats are be
ing imported into the city from other
Chinese cities and towns, the bounty
of five cents well repaying the rat
catchers for their trouble
A tag Is always attached to each of
these Imported rata, but It always
gives some house In Hong Kong as the
place where the rat was caught Then
some poor Chinaman receives a visit
from the health officers and submits to
having his dwelling disinfected.
The Sslmon Market
The San Francisco Trade Journal
The spot market is quiet but firm at
tl 25 to 1 SO for reds and 70 cents for
pinks. So far a can be learned there
are no medium reds offering. Eastern
advices report an improving dlstri-
For Justice of the Supreme Court,
FRANK A. MOORE, ;
Of Columbia County.
For Dairy and Food Commissioner,
J. W. BAILEY, ,
Of Multnomah County.
Tor Circuit Judge,
THOMAS A, M'BRIDE,
Of Columbia County.
For District Attorney,
Of Clatsop County.
J. E. 8IMM0NS. '
Of Multnomah County.
For Supreme Court Justice,
, THOMAS O'DAY.
Of Multnomah County.
State Dairy and Food Commissioner,
8. M. DOUGLAS.
Of Lane County.
V C. F. LESTER,
C. 43. PALMBERG.
For County Commissioner,
WILLIAM LARSON- '
J. C. CLINTON-
For Clerk, '
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THOMAS LINVILLE. ,
CHARLES A. HE1LBORN.
, T. 8. CORNELIUS.
For School Superintendent
H. 8. LYMAN.
, For Surveyor,
R. C. F. ASTBURY.
W. C. A. POHL.
For Justice of the Peace,
P. J. GOODMAN.
butive demand caused by more season
able weather. New York mail advices
state that "there is reported to be a
steady improvement in the demand for
Alaska red salmon on the spot, though
the business is still largely on the
hand-to-mouth order. Recent sales
of stock at 1 1Vt appear to have ab
sorbed all that waa available at that
figure. , The leading Interest continues
to quote $1 4314 on the spot here, but
others name $1 35 as acceptable:
There is noted a conslderable 'inquiry
for medium red, but little business re
sults, as the offerings are light, and
J. V. BURNS.
J. N. LAW8.
For County Commissioner,
B. F. ALLEN.
GEORGE W. MORTON.
For School Superintendent
H. 8. LYMAN. j
W. A A. POHL.
' For Justice of the Peace,
A. R. CYRUS.
C C. UTZINGER. .
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wpne Pt Dr. King's New Life fl'l?.,
each tight for iwd week W put me
In my teens' again writes D. IL Tur
ner of Dempseytown, Pa. They're the
best in the world for Liver, Stomach
and Bowels. Purely vegetable. Never
gripe. Only 25c at Chaa. Rogers' Drug
Store. ' '
most buyers seem to be unwiUing to
pay the prices asked which are $1 05
f. o. b. cost and (1 10 to $1 15 on spot
Interest in new pack Columbia river
Chinook continues active, and - some
sellers are said to have already dis
pose of the bulk of the prospective
pack of brands controlled by them.'
The pack of salmon on the Sacra
mento river Is smaller than in 1903.
The pack on the Columbia river falls
considerably short of the correspond
ing time in 1903, but it is , expected
that the July and August runs will
be heavy. '
Rat-Catchers in Hongkong.
The extaordinory measures that
have been taken to stamp out bubonic
plague In San Francisco are more than
duplicated In Hong Kong, where this
scourge has been a problem almost
from time immemorial If the sltua
tlon were less serious, the experience
of the British governor of Hong Kong
In this connection would be , very
amusing. He has made a report to
his government, In which he tells of
the bounty paid in that city for the
captue of rata These animals, as
everybody knows, are responsible in
large measure for the persistence of
bubonic plague, and strenuous efforts
have been made to get rid of the rats
and at he same time to trace the In
fection to its source.
In Hong Kong the authorities pay a
bounty of Ave cents for every one
brought to the health office. It Is re
quired that the location of the house
In which the rats are caught shall be
given In each case, for it is through
a bacteriological examination oi me
animals that the authorities try to lo
cate the source of the plague Infection.
If an Infected rat Is caught the health
officer immediately proceeds to the
house where the animal came from and
disinfect the premises. Now, Chinese
residents do not like to have their
houses disinfected, and the bounty
systim hae led to collision between the
householders and the rat-catchers In
some cases,and to the persecution of
the householders by rat-catchers in
other cases. Moreover, the governor
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