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ASTORIA, OREGON, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 10.
Wednesday, Not. 23rd.
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Washington, Nov. . Surrounded
' by bli devoted family and a company
of intimate personal friends, Presl
dent Roosevelt last night received the
news of his overwhelming- victory
achieved at the polls of the American
i The first information of a definite
i character was received by the presl
dent while he waa at dinner. The re-
' turns laid before him were then in the
nature of assurances that he had
: carried New York his home state, by
a plurality so large as to be really as
tounding. Bulletins from the news
papers of New York city were received
conveying the welcome news. While
the president was gratified. It may be
said that the result was not entirely
unexpected, although he himself had
not anticipated so tremendous a .vic
Soon after dinner a company of
Intimate friends of the president and
Mrs. Roosevelt assembled in the
parlors of the white house and ex
tended their felicitations and con
gratulations to both of them on the
Shortly after o'clock President
Roosevelt received a personal telegram
from his democratic opponent con
gratulating him upon his election,
In addition to the telegram of con
gratulation from Judge Parker, the
white house telegraph force was de
luged with congratulatory messages
from the friends of the president In
every section of the land.
At 10: IS the president left his guests
at the white house and went to his
private office in the executive build
lug. There he greeted a large number
of the corps of AYuahlhgtcn corres
pondents who had been waiting for
htm. He chatted freely with them
about the result of the election, ma
king no effort to conceal his great
gratification at the victory which had
been won. After talking Informally
with his Mends for a time, the presl
dent dictated a formal statement ex
pressing his views. The scene at the
moment of the making of the state
ment was notable. Hanged in a
seml-clrcle about the btg desk In the
president's office, the correspondents
faced Mr. Roosevelt as he tilted back
in an arm chair. He dictated the
announcement slowly to Secretary
Loeb, who sat at the president's left
So quiet was everybody In the room
that one could hear the clock tick on
the mantle shelf. The president's
statement, in which he announced
that ma Al.x..tnn.. V.
accept another nomination, was pub- "svs r. m, wnen ne re
tlahed yesterday morning. Icelved a bulletin that the democratic
After receiving the congratulations I national headquarters had already ad-
of the newspaaper men, the president I mltted that every doubtful state had
received a committee representing the! been carried by the republican ticket
republican political organisations of I He appeared to be not at all downcast
Washington, and the members of the I by the result, although It Is known
Junior republican lengue. I that he greatly deplored his over-
Among the messages received by I whelming defeat in his own slnte. He
President Roosevelt was one from I received the discouraging news In his
National Chairman Cortelyou. to study, where he sut smoking with two
whom the president accords the high-1 of his friends.
est praise for his conduct of the cam- The bulletin from democratic, head
palgn. The president's reply was quarters concerning Judge Parker's
withheld from publication, as it con- defeat was given to the Judge by the
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Capital laid In 1100,000. Surplus snd Undlviilod Proflli $20,000
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J.Q, A. UOWLUY. a LrKTEKMW, FRANK PATTON, J. W. OABNEB,
Presl.loot. Vie President h Cashier. AU Cashier
Defeated Candidate Conceded W TENTH STREET, ASTORIA,
Election of Roosevelt at 830
DEPLORED DEFEAT AT HOME
Own State and Even Ills Own
Town Cast Majority for Rival
Candidate, Which Grlev.
Esopus, N. T, Nov. 9. Judie Par
ker conceded the election of President
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President Roosevelt Is especially
pleased that Frank W. Hlggtns had
been elected governor of New York,
for he feels that the campaign waged
against Mr. Hlggins was unwarranted
HOLDS THE COMPANY.
Judgment for Nearly (50,000 on
count of Famous Noma Trip.
San Francisco, Nov. I. The decis
ion of Judge Hanford In the United
States district court of the state of
Washington awarding damages to li
belants of the steamship Oregon for
damages on account of III -usage on
the famous trip down from Nome In
September, 1901, has been affirmed by
the United States circuit court of ap
Associated Press representative.
In the village of Esopus there wns
genuine grief manifested by demo
crats, who gathered In the hotels and
the railroad station to listen to the re
turns, but many had foreseen the re
sult aa based upon the returns for the
village, which Judge Parker had fulled
to carry by 14 votes. The bonfire pre
pared for the occasion waa not lighted.
Judge Parker retired at 11:40, de
clining to make any statement beyond
that Indicated by his telegram to
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Parker Runs Behind State Tleket,
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St Louis, Nov. . The Republic.
Democratic, says that Folk, dem. for
governor has carried the state by
25,000, but that the Roosevelt landslide
This affirmation of the case of Ta- In the country at large has affected
ath anil others nralnst the Oreiron I M Issourl. and me national licaei nas
ends the long litigation by passengers run behind the state ticket to an ex-
of that vessel on the September, 1901. tent variously estimated at from 8000
trip from Nome, to compel the White I to 15.000.
s.e st.m.hin Mmnnv in nav them I At republican headquarters at 4:30
damages for alleged Ill-usage. The I A. H. ,h was assenea inai waiurmgo,
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134 Third Street, Portland
total damages awarded by Judge Han'
ford under the libel In the United
States district court amount now
with interest and fees to nearly ISO,
000 In favor of about 350 libelants.
The case Is not one which can be ap
pealed to the supreme court of the
United States, the circuit court of ap
peals being the court of last resort, so
that the company will now be com
pelled to pay the Judgment. In mak
ing the award Judge Hanford allowed
each claimant double the amount of
his passage money. The fare paid by
first-class passengers was $75 and by
steerage passengers was $35. In ad
dition to doubling this amount, the
court added a proctor's fee of $10 for
Several actions for larger amounts
on account or special damsges are
still pending. These were filed shortly
after the libel, which was placed on
the ship a few days after her arrival
In the port of Seattle. The company
gave a bond to release tne vessel, out
the hearing of the cause dragged
slowly and was postponed several
times. Judge Hanford's decision was
finally handed down In August, 1908,
The company promptly appealed and
the appeal has been pending until yes
Another Washington case decided
yesterday by the circuit court of ap
Deals was that of the United States
Savings and Commercial Society
the Convent of St Rose. This case
republican, had been elected governor
by from 2000 to 4000 and that Roose
velt had carried the stats by 20,000.
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London, Nov. . This morning's iinmnuHlini
newspapers devote much space to the
presidential election In the United
Statei. The editorial articles In gen
eral espresa satisfaction with Presi
dent Roosevelt's election.
The Dally Telegraph says that
clear field for the more effective prose- j g
cutlon of his mens in national ad
ministration and foreign affairs, and
makes the prediction that . he win
leave some considerable mark upon
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CAPTAIN OF COPTIC DEAD.
Compelled Him to
Steamer at Yokohama,
San Francisco, Nov. 9. A cablegram
received here announces the death of
Captain Frank H. Armstrong of the
Occidental .4 Oriental steamer Coptic
at Yokohama. He was taken 111 Just
before the Coptic left Yokohama on
Oct 26 bound for this port and was
compelled to remain ashore. He was
43 years old.
Esrthqusks Kills Msny.
London, Nov. 8. There was a ser
ious earthquake on the Island of For
mosa at 4 o'clock on November 6 ac
cording to the Times' Tokio corres
pondent The center of disturbance
was at Klaylh, where 150 houses were
destroyed and 7$ people killed and 23
BOTH CLAIM THE STATE.
Saa aaw m
Estimstss Differ ss to Result on Stste
Tlok.t in Wsst Vlrginis.
Parkesburg. W. Va., Nov. . State
Chairman Northcott, at republican
headquarters, claims the state fori
Roosevelt by 25,000 and that the entire
republican state ticket Is elected and
all five congressmen.
Democratic Bute Chairman Mc-
Oraw says the entire democratic ticket
ONE HUNDRED DROWNED.
Frsneh Stssmsr Goes Down Aftsr Col
lision Off Algerian Cosst v.
Bona, Algeria, Nov. 9. A hundred
persons were drowned by the sinking
of the French steamer Olronde, after
having been In a collision with the
French steamer A. Schlafllno, near Her
blllon, 23 miles from Bona, The Ol
ronde left Bona with 110 passengers,
of whom 100 were Alegrlans.
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