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About The morning Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1899-1930 | View Entire Issue (June 15, 1905)
HIK MOKNING AST0R1AN, AbTOKl.V, OKKfiN .
THURSDAY, JUNE i$, 1903.
THE MORNING ASTORIAN
foblUhed Dally (Except Monday) by
HK J. 8. DELLINGER COMPANY.
By nail, per ysar SI 00
Bjr mall, pr month (9
Br carrier, per month 10
L malL per year, in advance ..SI 09
Entered at the poatoftlce at Astoria,
Or gtn aa second-class matter.
ESOrdart far the dellwrtn of Tns MoaxiKO
ArroaiAjf to slltier nMoce or plae of htnineas
ay Be mam "J poeuu caru or t&roujr& -rkox.
Ad; IrrwituWity in dUiwy should
fauBMdiately reported to the office of publteeik
Telephone Main Ml.
POLITICAL OFFICE HOLDERS.
Efforts are being made to arouse the
taxpayers of every community; the bus
iness men ho are afraid to express their
political opinion or po to the polls and
vote for fear of losing a customer; the
conservative element, who never take
any interest in politics, to at least go
to the polls and vote. If they will do
this, and take part in making the nomi
nations, Aitoria, as well as every other
city will have a business like adminis
tration and reckless extravagance will
be relegated to the rear.
rhuaueipiua has given tne country a
timely object lesson in demonstrating th
public's ability to master and demolish
a supposedly invulnearable political ma
chine. The effarary of not a few old
fashioned methods of dealing with
"grafters" and corruptionst has been
established, and some new ways have
been discovered for meeting new abuses.
Under Mayor Weaver's leadership the
"organization" managers have been forc
ed to abandon their iniquitous gas lease
hold-up. This surrender showed what
bership dues large sums of money were
timent can exercise in defeating propos
ed betrayals of the public trust Mayor
Weaver's subsequent warfare on the
Philadelphia machine has proved with
what ease and thoroughness a corrupt
' self -government in a true wit.e tmlil it
compel the divorce of its own working
force from lmrtiitn associations. Phil
adelphia is going to the root of a long
standing trouble in breaking up it clubs
of officeholders. Every other city should
well profit by this excellent example.
The Astorian has been an earnest ad
vocate of civic improvement and through
its efforts and the efforts of the Woman's
Club many notk-able changes have tak
en place in Astoria, yet it is still far
from what it ought to he to invite
eastern visitors here. People in Astoria
know little of what is going on in the
cities and towns of Washington and a
few extracts from newspapers may be of
Of course. When he orders a new spa pc
to suspend publication or sends Russia
subjects to a dungeon for having opln
ions, he is simply administering Russian
The wife and mother of the assassin
of the Grand Puke Sergius are to be
given a pension by the revolutionists
The assassin will some day have
monument raised to him by free Russia,
An economic writer says: ''Every
young married woman should know how
to make bread'.The majority of them
can make it if the young married men
are able to supply the "dough."
Itavid .1. Prevver, justice of the Su-
interest. The following is clipped from I preme court has told the Vassar col-
There seems to be a general move
along the Sound country to make lawns,
parks and oilier private and public im
provewents" more pleasing to the eye.
A little sense of fitness and small ex
pense does this, and how much greater
the satisfaction. Deming Inspector.
There ought to be an ordinance against
strewing various gaudy signs promis
cuously around the streets to mar the
appearance of things and to be perpet
ual evesore to visitors and citizens alike.
Cheney Free Press.
The city beautiful means the city well
raked -the tin can crop harvested and
out of sight. Then if a rose, or some
other flower, or even a Wade of grass,
be allowed to grow where the can wa
lege girls that he is in favor of womana
suffrage. How would a ticket like this
do; For president, Victoria Woodhull;
vice president, David J. Brewer.
Max Pohl hit the trial in Portland yes
terday. Rev. W. S. Short visited in Portland
(J. Ilarscli, of Seattle, is registered at
C. W. T. Koch of Chicago, was in the
Ales Noriuand, of Olncy, wss in the
Albert A. Pilles, of Boston, was in the
would be transformed. Uiu- Icitv yesterday.
No Secret About It.
It is no secret that for cuts, burns
etc., nothing is so effective as Buckliti's
Arnica Salve. "It did not take long to
cure a had sore I had, and it is all 0.
K. for sore eyes, writes I). I Gregory,
of Hope, Texas. 25 cents at Charles
Rogers' drug store.
Why suffer with spring tiredness, mean
cross feeling, no strength, no apatite,
Hollistrr's Rocky Mountain Tea will
maks you well and keep you well, 33
cents, Tea or tablets at Frank Hart's
REPORT OF THE CONDITION OK THE
First National H
At Astoria, in the state of Oregon, at
the close of business, May 2Uth, 1IX)3.
Loans and discounts thjacxu n-
Overdrafts, secured and urn.
curea 4SS1 23
i . o. uonas to secure circula-
ONE PRICE TO ALL. GOODS MARKED IN PLAIN FIGURES.
Ferndale joins other Northwestern
town in the inarch of progress, and in
order that she may clean up effectively
she proposes to incorporate. The method
is expensive, but it pays. Uellingham
A clean city is not only beautiful, but
healthy as well. Make war on the rub
bish pile and disease germs die. Cen-
Lincoln county does well to make a
showing at the Lewis and Clark fair.
at Portland. We need more people and
more capital, and the way to attract such
things is to show what we have and
what we can do. Davenport Times.
Nothing does more toward building
up a town that the high standard of its
Win. McCrea, of Seaside, was in the
apc-uriues. etc. 7.1 IxO on
real estate owned fl.ooo 00
i'ue irom ational Banks (not
Due from state bank
Due from approved reserve
Checks and other cash items..
oies of other national hank
VLl.l- 1 ...
i aim it nil jii i
Lawful money reserve In bauk
frr'' $129,300 00
Ugal-tender notes 4.'i0 (XI l'i,!;.0 00
netiemption tuna with lT. S.
treasurer (5 per cent of cir-
circulation 0J3 00
Men's Summer Weight
in ECRU, TAN and BLUE
James Brown, of Knappa, was in the
1 II 11.1.. f At..LA.l.l .- I- .1...
- . it. uij, v. .unisiiuciu, s in uir . .nil ITIVC
city yesterday. Capital stock paid in 1 .VI mm on I
C. T. Lawton, of Chicago, is registered , . 80,000 00
at the Occident. Zl .J. "n-
wrm BUU uiui pam 29,408 01
v. a. Miner, or . imago, is registered l--"""'"! cans notes outatand-
For This Week !
at the Occident.
E. Frowerk, of Gray's River, was in
the city yesterday.
ti. W. Johnson, of Skamokawa, was in
the city yesterday.
F. O. Fields and wife, of Chicago, are
visiting in the city.
j. .... wl
its subject to
check $444,748 97
cates of cYpoait 130,912 M
-ertmed checks 363 00 5M.024 63
ToUl 1737,933 S4
5c The Suit
State of Oregon, County of Clatsop, as:
I, S. S. Gordon, cashier of the above- L
lamed bank, do solemnly swear that the
John Waterhouse, of Clatsop, was in
public schools, and since Prosser has1"" m' jwwnwy.
become the seat of government of a I Albert Dunbar attended the fair in aboTt lUtement is true to theV... f
new county, it is imperative that her rrmiana yesieruay. mj knowledge and belief.
political organization miv he m..Kwl I schools be improved. The piscina of the Mrs. Chris Henry, of Charleston, was I Hi 8- GORDON,
, .. .. 1 1.-. i i . . , I. .. .. . . I Cashier.
wnen once the voters band together res- "''" n001 on aecreuiiea list win in ine city esteraay. i Subscribed and sworn to r7 m.
1 . .. .. . L . ! 1 . I I i . . .
oiuieiy lor its destruction. or,nB peopie w no nave cnuuren to eau- f. W. Taylor, of Portland, is regis
The mayor's latest blow at the odious p"1 "en Xo ,lve; 11 ve the town tered at the Occident.
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wcai rings u one wnicn mignt well bel"l"uu,,, ic iie mai can I , ... paim,r -n.i tt.if, nt por.i,j
imitated in many other municipalities. no omerwise oniaineu. i-roser Bui- gre viHi,ing in the t.ity
n is a sweeping order to all municipal I ,rllu-
employes to withdraw their support and I he n,any attractions that Washidg-
countenance from an orranizatinn I ton provides for settlers have lately hv
caucht red handed in .n .tm duced a number of eastern men to in- ylrn- Horar ThinK of M(!owan is
plunder the city. The new director of ve8t extensively in real esUte and in ""'ting friends in Astoria.
the department of mihlie ssfetv Uano,ithe fruit and farming lands of the Wen-1 -Mrs. l. A. Morden, of Portland, is
on Monday a notice to the bureau "tehee valley. Wenatchee today is en- visiting frinds in Astoria.
chiefs under him that membership inJ.v,ntf the substantial growth of from! W. S. Ksey and daiighU'r attended
political clubs is hereafter not only not I one to two families per week. It has the Portland fair yesterday.
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Tl ItA rMnulflnra1 " on nan unnir I IlflU I IlHlf1 IflT MflIIlf 1 TBI'. T fllir VPflfl I . . .. .
w. . iv i i I r I tnat. m. .emr in in outh Ikna in-
S. DANZIGER & CO.
ASTORIA'S GREATEST CLOTHIERS
490-900 COMMERCIAL ST.
Elijah Jfffenes, of Lewis and Clark.
was in the city yesterday.
this 2nd dsy of Juoe, 1903.
0. C. FLAVEL,
w. f. McGregor,
REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE
terviewing his many customers.
B. F. Fleckenstein, of Portland, reg
istered at be Occident yesterday.
Attorney Bourne, of Rainier, was in
the city yesterday on legal business.
Herbert Ostmski, of Spokane, is vis
iting in the city, the guest of Mrs. I.
ment, preferment or promotion," but asaK0 this city was only about 400 strong;
"detrimental to the maintenance of prop i today we '-re crowding the 3,300 mark,
er discipline in the deDartment." This nd growing rapidly. Wanatchee Ad-
change of attitude on the part of the I v"t-
city administration will practically eman I "
cipate all city employes from political I OUT OF THE 0RDINABY.
control and will extirpate the so-called
ward clubs, which have been used as I Epitome of Anecdotes and Incidents
clearing houses for office brokerage and I With Contents By a Layman.
for the collection of political assess I The railroads are steadily reducing
menta. jthe running time between Chicago ann
All employes were previously made to I New York. It is curious that so many
understand that activity in these clubs people remain in Chicago when the fa
was a pre-rexjuisite to advancement in I cilities for getting away are so tempt-
the city service, and in the guise of mem-1 ing.
machine leaders. The Philadelphia Led-
collected every year for the use of the Astoria Mother "My dear girl, do you
mat-hide leaders. The Philadelphia Led- think it is light to let that young man
ger estimates that $200,000 was annu-j spend so much money on you!"
any lurnea over wu ine maclune treas- waugnier " ny iioit I have no in-
ury through these alleged clubs, whose I tention of marrying him,"
members were aIo required to take an
active Dart in the uianinulations of ward Tomorrow is the regular ilav fur kill-
politics. Sustained solely by the office ing the king of Servia, but up to date w",K,n' Mix 1 K- Ferguson
At Astoria in the State of Oregon, at the
close oi Duniness, May 2Uth, 1!K)3,
ixians and discounts M43.S11 5.1
uverursits, secured and unse-
red 3,807 91
U. 8. Bonds to secure circula
tion 2m on
Premiums on U. S. bonds .... 750 00
Honda, set-unties, etc 33,041 9!)
uanfcing bouse, furniture and
Charles Ring, formerly in the employ L. i" V. ; Oil
r - I fit her real eufnt . 1-
... ... .n..u, ...IU..K ,, .,., iu u,r ,j,ue from nationa mnk( (f)t
cny- reserve agents) 4.8,15 t
Miss Birdie Cohn, of Portland, is in UIW ,ro,n tate banks and
the city visiting her sister, Mrs. P. Ger- L, , ; 3"
affenti illiaa iu
.Mrs. tapi. nicnarason was a passen-1 Checks and other cash items. Ijjia 4h
ger up on the Lurline Tui-wlay night for .otes . ot other national banks
Portland. fractional papr currency,
1 nmiTM anil nonla
-j. a. suaw, rpprpwrmng in? liitmnionu
BENTON'S NEW VALVELESS
GASOLINE MARINE ENGINE.
Simple and Reliable. Unit Cot.
Um Pseli i Ct Out
Men Pewtr with Um
Uiu Ltu Catellnc.
Uadtr' Prfd Cm.
Asy Ss from WO
to WOO nviirtli
Lawful niouey reserve in bank
Specie 72.1 20
Hleea 1 to 10 II. p., 8li,gle t')lln(lir.
NlzeaAtu401l.il., Double t'slliKlrr.
FOUR CYLINDERS TO 0RDLR TO 100 H0RSC POWER,
I MM. I
Lumber Company, was in the city yes
terday on business.
Miss Ethvl Liipher, of Long Bea.h U1 U'?'"'r n"U',, 2M 00
' " ltolunifi i..n fun. I ...ill. I' u
California, is in the city visiting her tr ' pr (5 wnt (lf'Vr;
holders, these organizations must fall I that monarch has not evinced any desire
to the ground under the reform order, to issue a proclamation reminding
and the Durham ring will find itself de-1 people, of it.
prived of its chief sources of revenue
and power. I Portland Drummer to Clerk Tee 'Is
Such severance of tine ofTiceholding I this a foundry 1"
class from partisan activities is, ot I fee. "No, sir. This is a hotel. That
course, essential to honest and efficient I thumping you hear is on the inside of
municipal administration. Philadelphia your head."
had too long tolerated the idea that
government should lie conducted for the I When a man is listening intently to
benefit not of the people but of the pol-1 your bad story it isn't always a sign h
iticians and officeholders. The ring had enjoys it. Maybe he is just trying to
come to believe that it owned the citv insure your attention for a worse one
and the city employes had come to think I be intends telling when you get tliroiiifli
that their first duty was to the poll
cu la tion)
Otto Hcilborn, registry clerk at the
the P0M0"',i, 'M 'n '''""tland attending the
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gimm .siK,: -.1 .'I.TOIin. I T T A fll I TTI t'C
Henj. ,weet, a prominent lumberman Capital stock paid in .
of Milwaukee, Wis., is in the city look
ing after his timber interests.
The railroads are steadily reducing
the running time Is-tween New York
r ,1 . ... ...
ana uncago. it is curious that so
many eopie remain 111 ( lucago when
the facilities for getting away are si-tempting.
ticians and not to the community. The
logical outcome of such a preverted view-
was the projected gas steal. Philadel
phia now realizes that to keep, a muni
i-ipal service clean, and honest, it must
lie kept out of partisan politics. The
tlice holder in list be protected from the
predatory politician; and on his side he
unlet also lie made to realize that purti
Kan activity injures his status mid im
pairs his usefulness. He is first of all I tion.
a public servant, and in that capacity
he has no place in the routine work of I General Trepoff says that it is a mis
partisan politics. Xo city can attain take to suppose that he is a dictator
If a limn don't get drunk over three
times in Xew York he gets a premium.
Won't work. Too much like local 00
Aroma-tight tins. Never In bulk.
J A. Folger CEL Co
Katabllal44 tai M50
...f Sfl.000 00
Surplus fund 0,000 00
Undivided profits, less expen
ses and taxes paid 31,50.1 80
National bank notes outstand
ing 11,400 on
Due to approved reserve agents 20,030 73
its subject to
cheek $250,180 07
cates of deposit 24,301 87
of deposit .... 204,138 07
Certified checks 1,221 Of) 470,847 fll
Total $0011,442 44
State of Oregon, County of Clatsop, ss:
I, J. E. Higgins, cashier of the above
I named bank, do solemnly swear that the
I above statement is true to the best of
my knowledge and belief.
J. E. JWiGINN,
SuWrilied and sworn to before me
this Cth ia." of dune, 1005.
GEO. C. ITLTON.
I Correct-Attest :
GEO. If. GEORGE,
PRAEL & EIGNER IRAN5FERIC0.
D RAYING G EXPRESSING
All goods shipped toour care will receive special attention.
700-715 Commercial Street.
Sherman Transfer Co.
HENRY SHERMAN, Manager
Hacks Carmges-.BaBgag. Checked and Tranflforrod Trucks awI
F urniture Wagons- i'ianoa Moved, Boxed and Shipped.
433 Commercial Street
Phone Main 121
ASTORIA IRON WORKS
JOHN FOX, Pres. and 8uyt.
F L BISHOP. Bwetary
A. L FOX, Vlre Pres.
ASTORIA SAVINGS BANK. Tre.a
Designers and Manufacturers of
THE LATEST IMPROVED
Canning Machinery, Marine Engines" and Boilers
Lompicie cannery Uutnts Furnished.
I CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED.
Foot of Fourth Street.