The morning Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1899-1930, November 28, 1905, Page 2, Image 2

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    TUESDAY, HOVEMBI ft, iJ.
THE MORNING ASTOIUAN. ASTORIA. OREGON.
THE
MORNING ASTORIAN
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Published Dailj fcj
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WEEKLY ASTORIAN.
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Entered m aecond-class matter June
JS 1Mb, at the poUim at Asttwia. or,
iron, under Uie act o( Congress of March 3,
ISTs.
V Orders for the doUvmnx of Taa Mobs"
Ilia inoiuii to either rwrtdeoos or plac of
tnaliieas nay t made br pcwtal card or
through tete bone. Any trrnrularity in de
livery ahould be inuaediately reported to the
office of publication.
TELEPHONE MAIN 661.
WEATHER REPORT.
.
4 Portland. Nov. 27. Western
Oregon: Tuesday, snow flurries
followed by fair and colder
weather.
Western Washington: Fair
and continued cold.
Eastern Wahington: Snow, fol-
lowed by fair and colder weather
REGULAR REPUBLICAN TICKET.
FOR MAYOR
J. W. Suprenant
FOR AUDITOR AND POLICE JUDGE
A. B. Dalgity.
FOR TREASURER
John Nordstrom.
FOR POLICE COMMISSIONERS
John W. Babbidge, six year term.
W. C. Laws, two year term.
FOR SURVEYOR
Alfred S. Tee.
SUPERINTENDENT OF STREETS
James F. Kearney.
FOR COUNCILMAN FIRST WARD
Karl Knoblock.
FOR OOUNCTLMEN SECOND WARD
James J. Robinson.
R. M. Leathers.
FOR COUNCrLSLAN THIRD WARD
C. A. Leinenweber.
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.DEMOCRATIC CONSISTANCY. .
present incumbent held over under the
term of the Charter. This fan is on
a par with all the rest of the Democrat
ic procedure and should meet with the
treatment it' deserves at the hand of
th intelligent voter on 13th day of lVc.
cemWr. There are not lawyer enough
in town, nor hTd lore enough in the
ImhJca, to keep a Democrat from working
a political trick, if lie ha. the (.lightest
hope of it uw. Law anil precedent
are a nothing to them when it coiihh to
winning out at the poll, lint this one
time they are going to lie fooled.
The consumate ease with which th
Democratic politician can lay down hia
boastefl predilection, his avowed eon
clu&iona and pre-determlned confirma
tion on any given subject, for the sake
of hia political success, has a trenchant
exhibition in the reversal of the Com
mon Council in the matter of the Po
lios CommiKbion. When it became known
that the- Republicans vf going to
nominate two police commissioners, and
the demand was made on the City Audi
tor to place their names on the pri
mary ballot, there wa a big, official pro
tent from that officer, bucked by a fine
spun opinion from the City Attorney,
and triply bolstered by the opin
ions of three other Democratic, or
quasi Democratic lawyer, rehearsing
ih Ham, lot of reasons, all of
which th? city will have to pay for and
Uu same wa-s duly rertfd to the Coun
oil, approved and ordered filed. Then
the Republicans wvnt ahead and tnanda-
inud the Auditor and had the name of
Mr. Laws pktced ujkmi the primary tw-k-
et. This was the signal for u i liange
of heart in the lVinoeratic '-amp. Kwiy
man of them is now a firm udVi. nt
to the policy of putting up two candi
dates for the Commission and will man
damus Judge Anderson to have the
name of Jens Hansen put ujwn the
general election ballot. This was done
in direct opposition to the advice of
City Attorney Smith and three other
paid lawyers, denying the privilege to
BETTER LATE THAN NEVER.
Of course- there are eleven days In
which to register, yet. ami the duty is
better done late than never; but the
Republican who pa.Mrs it up to the
eleventh day is frittering away good
time in which to do a good service to
his party and the community. The way
to do it is to do it now, on the spot,
while you think of it. Then when elec
tion day rolls round you are not hamp
ered for time and with the onerous and
annoying task of doing something that
should have Iwen done when everything
wa. easy and simple. You will get
this hint every day, so you can thank
your own earelenet if you are up
against a denial of your franchise on
the 13th of next month.
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SPINE IS CHILLED.
The plain truth lia. been told of tin
policy and the projected purpose of
the Democrat and their semi, demi.
allien, and it lia-s caused a protracted
chill to cha.se up and down their in
dividual and collective vertebrae. They
are out for a "wide open town," and the
revulsion of popular feeling in the mut
ter has superinduced a bad case of
shivers in the heterogenious camp. But
the freezing process is deferred fur
about thirteeu days yet The cold blast
of public disapproval is destined to leave
the leaders of the Citizens stiff with
chagrin; not with mortification, of
'course, for the Democrat-, are not con
versant with any such human mood
when it comes to polities.
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STAND PAT.
Let no sort of argument induce you
to sacrifice a single name on the Re
publican ticket. There is the bet of ex
pediency, this year, in holding fast to
the uttermost man on that ballot. Any
concessions made to the Democrat, is
tantamount to an admivion of the wis
dom of their "wide open town" policy,
and even the breath of such an admis
sion is suicidal for the Republicans
Every man named by the party of de
cency and good order murt be elected
by a good majority, if for no other
rea.son than is afforded in the unequiv
ocal defeat of the nasty program to
open up the city again. But there is
the first and better reason that they
are all clean and capable men that mean
tfo preserve tie prenJt satjnfactiory
status of municipal moral integrity.
Stand pat for tlie ticket from top to
bottom and scrap the dirty issue from
future consideration by its overwhelm
ing route at this election.
o
The country is being built np with
great rapidity. During the month of
t Motor in thirty-three of the principal
cities of the f nlted States the construc
tion of 12,346 new buildings was author
ued. involving an estimated cost of $41.
tUtl.TtWi. A year ago the new construc
tion arranged for in October aggregated
M.:tiJ2,lt5.
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President Kipley of the Kant Fe in
timates that the Panama canal will not
to finished until all of the generations
now cumbering the earth have passed
away. Mr. Ripley may to wrong, but
thre i no doubt judging from his man
ner, that he will contribute all in hi
power to bring atout the result pre
dict ed.
o
Such a formidable force i to demon
strate againt the Sultan that it i
thought they will pin him down this
time and make him torrow a perfectly
exorbitant amount of money.
o -
There wa no dilly dallying about
lawyer Dillon when he put up that
$.VHl for Knip. the repeater, nor was
there any on Krup's part when he saw
the open door.
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Christian of Denmark ha got another
of his relative a fcWutMM) king job. and
sees no reason why any insurance presi
dent should look down on him.
o
Mr. Henry M. Whitney takes hi
snubs so easily there will be a general
demand that the next victim to one of
those fellow that kick and squeal.
RElORT OF THE CONDITION Or THE
DOING THEIR DUTY
Scores of Astoria Readers Are Learning
the Duty of the Kidneys.
To tiller the blood is the kidney's duty
When they fail to do this, the kid
ney are sick.
Backache and many kidney ills fol
low; Urinary trouble, diabetes.
Doan's Kidney Pills cure them all.
J. Blake, who place of residence 1
2" Market street, Portland, says: 'i
bought several boxes of Doan's Kidney
Pills and I scarcely think if the first had
not proved satisfactory that I would
have tried the second and third. I have
used almost everything said to be a
cure for weakened kidneys and bladder,
but nothing ever gave me the satNfae-
ion I received from Doan's Kidney
ills. Thev are easy to take, have no
effect upon the stomach or towels and
act directly on the kjdneys. I thor
oughly helieve from the remts 1 re
eeivetf ami also irom ooservanon inuv
Doan's Kidney Pill are one preparation
on the market which acts directly a
represented."
Emphatic endorsement can to hud
right here in Asti.ria. Drop into Clias.
Roger' drug sture and a-k what custo
mers report.
For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents.
Fo&ter-Milburn Co.. Buffalo. N. Y- sole
agents for the United States.
Remember the name Doan 1
take no other.
LOCKS IT WILL BE.
A sea level canal at Panama will take
from eight to ten years longer to con
struct than a lock canal, and cot from
$73;0OO,(XX) to 123,000,)00 more. It
would result in ships saving five hours
time in passing from the Atlantic to
the Pacific and also save the expense
of operating the locks. The advantages
to to gained appear be trifling com
pared to the enormous increase in cost
and the Dostoonement for a decade of
a
the completion of the canal. The ex
pense of locking would be a mere baga
telle beside the annual interest charge
on $100,000,0(30 added investment, tor
the average ship, shortening the time
of passage through the canal from thir
teen to eight hours is not a saving of
vast importance. Therefore the argu
ment in behalf of a sea level canal lack
force, and seems largely in the nature
of sjs-ciul pleading for increased cost
and year of delay in construction.
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The navy seems to have a powerful
attraction for people with surplus. Two
st'rties in a single day atout men of
wealth seeking refuge in the marine
corps suggest that the Internment
ought to cle up its recruiting office
ml not. uaRte monev noon them. If
Australian heirs to $10,000,000 estate
and young Americans withj wads of
$:r.0fH in the bank find the corps V
their Ute .the ordinary ruck of likely
voting fellow without money, trade or
job ought to find it alluring.
o
Speaker Cannon will not cause the ca
nal to to delayed by luck of money
Canal delays are not needing any par
ticular assistance from Speaker Cannon
nd
Man's Unreasonableness.
is often as great as woman's. But Thos.
8. Austin, Mgr. of the "Rcublican" of
Levenworth, Ind., was not unreason
able, when he refuted to allow the doc
tore to operate on bis wife, for female
trouble, "Instead," he says, "we con
eluded to try Electric Bitters. My wife
was then so sick she could hardly leave
her bed, and five (5) physicians had
failed to relieve her. After taking Elec
trio Bitters, the was perfectly cured,
anl can now perform all her household
ties." Guaranteed by Charles Rogers,
druggist, price 50c.
ANOTHER IROQUOIS VICTIM.
Chicago, Nov. 27. A dispatch to the
Tribune from Janesville, Wis., sav:
Arthur W. Campbell, formerly private
secretary of the President of Northwest
ern University, died yesterday. He was
present at the Iroquois fire in Chicago,
December 30, 1003, and rescued many
persons. He never recovered from the
shock.
irst
National
lilt
At Astoria! in the Stat of Oregon, at
the close of business, November I, ItfOo.
RESOURCES.
Iana and discounts $310,730.05
Overdrafts, secured am. un
secured 1,144.34
U- & Bonds to secure citvula
tioa 12.300 00
llonds, securities, etc 73.3SO 00
Other real estate owned.... 6,000 00
Due from National banks
(not reserve agent) 13,733.31
Due from State Banks and
Bankers ... 7fl.817.50
Due from approved reserve
agents 210,401.48
Checks and other cash items 493.30
Notes of other National
Banke 405.00
Nickels and cents 60.00
lawful money reserve in bank
vii:
Speei $135,500
togsl tender notes ... 133 133,053.00
Redemption fund with U. a.
Treasurer (5 per cent circu
lation 025 00
Total
,.$H52,C5.74
LIABILITIES.
Capital stock raid in ....8 50.000 00
Surplus fund 50,000 00
Undivided profits, less expen
ses and taxes paid 41.IM4.30
National Bank notes out-
Standing 12,500 00
Individual deposits subject
to check .. ..$530,908.33
Demand certificates of de
posit 167,400.11
Certified checks 147.00 098.521.44
Total $852,005.74
State of Oregon, County of Clataop.ss:
I. S. S. Gordon cashier of the above-
named bank, do solemnly swear that the
above statement is true to the best of
my knowledge and belief.
S. H. UOIUXJ.N,
Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me
this 15th day of November. 1005.
C. A. UOOI.I IX IK
Notary Public.
Correct Attest:
w. f. McGregor,
G. C. FLAVKL,
JACOB KAMM.
Directors.
Our Great Removal Sale of
High Grade Wall Paper
Is a Phenomenal Success.
Now is the best opportunity to secure
bargains as we will move to our new location
January 1st, and in the meanwhile we arc
selliug wall paper at prices lower than you
have ever sceu it before. Call and inspect
our elegant lines.
B. F. Allen Son, US su
Weinhard's "-si
ASTORIA IRON WORKS
JOHN FOX, Tree, and Ruyt.
L BI8UOP. Secretary
A. I FOX, Vice Free.
AHTOK1A 8AV1NU8 HANK.Trwu
Designers and Manufacturers of
THE LATEST IMPROVED
Canning Machinery, Marine Engines and Boilers,
Complete Cannery Outfits Furnished.
CORRESPONDENCE SOliCITEO. Foot of FourtblHtwt
REPORT OF TIIE CONDITION OF THE
Astoria Nalioual Bank
At Astoria, in the State of Oregon, at
the close of business. November 0, 1005.
RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts $203,334.02
Overdrafts, secured and un
secured 5,104.55
U. 8. Bonds to secure circula
tion 12.500.00
Premiums on U. S. Bonds ... 750.00
Bonds, securities, etc 40,807.08
Banking house, furniture and
fixtures 4,4so.zo
Other real estate owned 20,375.00
Due from National Banks
(not reserve agents) 15,043.49
Due from State Banks and
Bankers 8,347.17
Due from approved reserve
agents 133,i4J.U
Checks and other cash items. . 3,450.77
Notes of other National
Banks 800.00
Fractional paper currency,
nickels, and cents 1,417.71
Lawful money reserve in bank
viz:
Snecie $01,486.50
Legal-tender notes 1,520.00 03,012.60
Redemption fund with U. n.
Treasurer (5 per cent of cir
culation 025.00
Total $824,033.84
LIABILITIES.
Oapital atock paid in $ 50,000.00
Surplus fund 10,000.00
Undivided profits, less ex
penses and taxes paid ... o,b..ou
National Bank notes out
standing 0,700.00
Individual deposits subject
to cneck . . . .oo,74u.uo
Demand certificates of de
ceit $ 35,010.30
Tims certificates of de
posit 217,032.30 618,303.25
Total $024,033.84
VERY
Cheap Prices
China Crockery
Dolls Glassware
Christmas
Holiday Goods
COME EARLY
See Our Tempting Prices
Great American Importing Tea Co.
571 Commercial Street, Astoria.
State of Oregon, County of Clatsop,
ss:
I. J. E. nimrin. cashier of the above
named bank, do solemnly swear that the
above statement is true to the best of
my knowledge and belief.
J. js, xuijuia,
, Cashier.
KulM-Ihed and sworn to before me
this 17th day of November, 1005.
. l. fjutuiuau:.
Notary Public.
(Seal)
Correct Attest:
GFX). IT. GEORGE,
GEORGE W. WARREN,
L. MANSUR,
Directors.
Accordion, Sunburst
and Knife Pleating
To Order
STEAM PROCESS,
ffo Hot Irons. If 0 Burning of Good.
Miss O. Gould
Eighth Floor, Marquam Building.
PORTLAND.
Prompt and Careful Attention Given
to all Out-of-Town Orders;
The Benefits of Modern Plumbing.
One of the moit generally
approved ideas of modern
plumbing is that of Installing
one-piece lavatories mpptied with hot
cold running water in the sleeping apart
menu and dressing chamberi of the lndl
vidua members of the household.
The benefits derived from thli arrange
ment will not only be fount necessary to
modern living, but also prove a source of
convenience and comfort to the occupants.
Send (or a copy of booklet " Modern
Lavatories," w hich shows the complete line nf "fltnljajf One-plcce
Lavatories with approximate prices in detail.
J. A. Montgomery, Astoria
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Sherman Transter Co.
1IF.NHY HI I KKMAN, Manager
Hacks. Carriages Hapgage Checked ami Transferred Trucks and Fur)
niturc Wagons Pianos Moved, Hoxcu and Shipped.
433 Commercial Street, Phone Main 121
J. Q. A. I10WLI1Y, President. FRANK PATTO.V, Cashier.
O. I. PKTKRSOy, Vice-President J. W. GARNKR, As-UUnt Cashier.
Astoria Savings Bank
Capital rvd In IKO.000. Surplus and Undivided I'roflUi MMM0. 1
Traiiwu'Uia limeral banking llunlnw. Inlrrral pld on Tims Drpunlla
168 Tenth Strsst,
ASTORIA, OREGON.
First National Bank of Astoria, Ore.
i;STAlL!.Hlli:i 1880.
Capital and Surplus $100,000
AN ASTORIA PRODUCT
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the Republicans and holding that the
so far.