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THE MORNING ASTOMAN. ASTORIA. OREGON.'
TUESDAY, HOVEMBE tS, 18905.
TO SHOW UP BOOKS
M'CURDY WILL BETI8K.
New York, Nov 27.-Th World today
IN SPECIAL MISSION
Corlelyou Will Tell Where ftoney
EFFECT OF INVESTIGATION
President Will Probably Urge Action to
Contrtu that Will Put Stop to Prac
tice of Receiving Contribution! of Cor
poration Without Content.
Nv. 27.-A iliil h it tlie
Tribune from VaMiirtn, I). ('.. );
I'roUMy the niot tfl(rililr n-ult of
IV itiMirani-e Invest Igathm will
Mronjr rfTort t nt wire of nr
rupt .rm Urea art a rniiiri .iil
lirity for all eifwmlitur ami i-ortlrilm-tlono
for frrferet election t lirotttiotit
Wit hia a, frw day Chairinan CotU-l
you, of the Republican national commit
tre, will have ready a complete lit of
JI contribution mail through liim in
Uir Wt national oampalitn. A a remit
of tin reviOatiuua in tho New York In
validation the l'oUiiat-r General after
eonulttion with tho I"rciilnt, U pre
paring Ut how up hia hooka, and lie
probably will go on record aa favoring
Mimr rt of law or politic! rutom
mliiiU will prevent reception of Mliticn1
contribution from eorporatloti.
Tli President will Uke up the aini
matter in hU mrwi; and probably will
wye "n art Ion l'.v Cungrr a will
put a, -top i the unfairnc of soliciting
or accepting contribution from corpora
tion without a direct vote of all stork-lioldcis
"Itli liaid A. M.'urdy, P-iilent of the
Mut mil Life liioiiraiicn (Company, haa
rcniunctl. The dato of hi resignation
dcirnda only on the tim required by
the trut to find hia iioror.
tuli kfy following I he retirement of
I'riwidctit Mct'urdy, hw n, ltibert J I.
McCunly, general manager of the Mu
tual and hl aim In law, U A. The-
hand, the general agent for New York,
A tentative offer to head the coinny
waa made i Jamea l. Forgajt, president
of the First National Hank of Chicago,
whrt wia an Equitable director. Ilia
hank I ona of the leading financial In
stitution of the Middle West. Mr. For
gan declined to accept the offer.
HAVE A LONG RIDE
RUNNING WATER IN CARS
Largeit Shipment of Horses Ever Made,
Coaitting of s4 Head, I Made From
Kancho del Paso Stud in California
to New York City.
.w York, Nov. 27. Tarlea T
(Wker and Mr. and Mr. I-awrcnc I
Scott, of San Francleo, who were In the
iit.nniJiil accident in which Mr.
Franri llurlon Harrison waa killed Sat
urdav, were up and about yeaterday.
Mr. aiul Mra. Hcott, who are "topping
at the Arlington, 20 West Twenty fifth
atrert, left tiie hotel on foot early yen
rrday morning. Uter they went to Mr.
llarrin'a residence and remained there
There were hundred of caller at the
Jioum- yesterday. Score of telegram
( condolence ern n-reve. iy Mr.
THREE HANDICAPS PER WEEK.
Kmi FranrUit. Nov. 27.- I'rMdcnl
Thonuui H. William of the New I'aJi
fornin Jockey Club announce, that com
mencirig the neotmd week of the Ingle
aide meeting and powlbly Warner, three
tlouo handicap will he given each week
except on daya aUiktw are decided.
Race will be tratwferrwl to Inglenide
lVmlr 11, and continue until Janu
ary W when it will le resumed at Oak
PURCHASES BANCROFT LIBRARY.
lterleley, Not. 87. Tha lxmrd of re
gent of the Univeraity of Califomi haa
iut concludixl the purchaae of the Han
-p.ft. lihriury. The punluwe price waa
$-J.V),imni. Of tlii amount H. II. Ihin
-roft donate! $100,000. Hie aalc wa
rouxiimmatl on the recommendation of
I'rofe-wor Itfiihen tiold Thwaitva, auper
Snlciul.iit of the Wiconin State Hi
torical lihrary, who waa retained by the
IhuikI to examine into the condition of
the collection and nppraie it nuifkct
able vuliie. Thwailen reported that the
library waa worth $H0,(MK), exclusive of
t-ertiiin valuable portion not invent ignt-!.
hrce Loads of Horses Carried
Barou Komura Has Goes (o
WILL MAKE READJUSTMENT
Japtnete PutfUcieta' Arq Afraid that
Country Will Be the Center of Intri
gue and They are Unit In Demand
ing Occupation by the Japanese.
Victoria, Nov. 27. The nU-amer Ath
enian brought advieea today that Haron
Komura, rcently nent a a npecial am
baiwaulor from Japan to I'ekin aa com
mlnnloner to make certain arrangrmenta
to eecure .lapam-ne domination in Man
churia, an well an to make general pont
helium re adjuntment. .lapanene publi-
cintn are afraid that I'ekin will nhortly
again be the center of intrigue and they
are a unit In demanding Japanene occu
pation. Count Okumw in a recent npeech
afU-r atating that Hiina wan unlikely to
do anything on lU own account naid
Jatmn'n magnanimity alone ahould gov
ern the dionition of Manchuria. China
waa not entitled to demand retre cenmon
and there ahould le military occupation
by Japan aa Runnla occupied the prov-
ince. The trade regulation In Manchur
rla are ught by Japan to conerve the
trade of the province.
New Yoik, Nov. 27.-The P.ancho del
Cii. ntud-Jumca II. Itaggiu'a I),IHK)
worth of Uioroughbred liriNnlnure,
railing, flllie, and ntalliiinn afUr a
four thoumiid niiln journey In palace
li(r cam, with running wat-r and gaa
illiiinitmtion, yenterday unloaded at the
foot of Wet Thlrty nixth atreet.
Thin nhipment of home, 524 head i
th blggent ever made. The col of
trannportation, excluniva of the equine
commlwary, and wagea, of tkree acore
attendanU, waa $4H,000.
The train crooned the continent in
four aw-tlonn. Ue aection arriving
yesterday. The flrat nection got away
from Sacramento, Cal., at 12:30 o'clock
a. m. Iat Monday. It reached the me-
ropoli at 10:30 o'clock Saturday. The
ilher iM-ctionni were run out aix hour
apart, hut in the great dlnUnce covered
the hint nection fell behind, and lont
noma time. It I due thla afternoon.
Mr. Haggin who wa prenent at the un
loading Maid the nhipment arrived in
nplendid nhape. The ntud will be aold
BURNHAM ISSUES STATEMENT
When Cheeks are Pale
A woman! physical condition showi quickly in her fact. Pal cheeks, color
lets lips, biliouineia, tick headache and laiiituda indicate conditions that need
to be promptly remedied. Every woman is subject to the weaknesses of her
sex, but prudence should lead her to strengthen the system at those time
when Nature needs assistance. A little forethought will save much distress
nd prevent painful complication. Taken as needed
will prove in efficient remedy for the relief of womanly Hit. They strengthen
the nerves, purify the blood, improve the appetite and exert a very necessary
tonic action on the entire system. Their use is never attended by any dis
agreeable effects. They are a mild medicine, but peculiarly efficacious one.
Full directions lor women accompany each box.
BEECHAM'S PILLS are a boon to women. They relieve headache, de
pression, nervousness, increase the supply of blood, while to pale cheeks they
Bring Back the Roses
Id tvrrwhr In Boim.
too. and 28c.
Soap, like books,
should be chosen
Both are capable of
The selection of
Pears' is a perfect
choice and a safe
guard against soap .
Matchless for the complexion.
SEVERAL ARE MENTIONED.
Toklo, Nov. 27.-8everal name are
mentioned for the resident generalship
at Seoul, hut nothing definite will be
known regarding the appointment, until
aftrtr the return of MaxquU Ito. It
would not le a nurprlne (should M. Kat
nura. the prewnt premier of Japan be
ippointal to the position. The premier
ihip would then g either to MarquU
Ito, the low prenldent of the privy coun
cil or to the Marn,uU Saionji, the prenl
dent of the- conetitutional Pty.
SAILORS ARE REBELLIOUS.
Honolulu, Nov. 27. There are nome
ncnnatlonal report here relative to the
revolutionary phim of the Kunnian aux
iliary cniiner b'na. Men from the ven
ncl whilo aehorc Imve made ntatement
indicating rcMlioim intention and only
five are. allowed nhore leave at a time.
The venw-l U now coaling and will prob
ably l ready to leuve within a few
Of Interest to Clergy.
The Antoria 4 Columbia River Rail
road Co.. having been granted member-
shin In the Trans -Continental Clergy
Ilureau, the name oi vnai coiupmij
appear in the clergy application blanks
ajid clorinr ccrtiflcates Unued py ine
bureau for 1908, and commencing Janu
ary 1st, of the coming year. These
permit! will be honored by all agents
of the A. k C. R. R., thus eliminating
the Individual half-fare nermlte burned
bv that company In former years. Re-
queaU for official application blanks
should be made to J. C. Mayo, general
passenger agent, Astoria.
Blliout Attack Quickly Cored.
A few weeks ago I had a bilious at
tack that waa so sever I waa not able
to go to th office for two daya. Fall-
Inir to mt relief from my family pny-
.ii.' frtmnnt. I took threa of
ivea w w
Chamberlaln'a Stomach and liver Tab
lets, and the next day I felt like a new
man. H. a Bailey, Editor of the News
Chapln, 8.j CL These tableta are for
sal by Frank Hart and leading drug
Preident of Mutual Reserve Replies to
New York, Nov. 27.-Trenident Fred
erik A. Iturnham, of the Mutual Re
erv Life Inuranc Co., ineiied a state
ment lant nlcht in reply U the tentl
mony of .lame I). Welln, a fomer vice-
prenldent of the company before the
Canadian committee in 1!04 that he had
heard from Iturnham that IxuU F.
Paine, when he wa state uerintendent
of I imuranc in IMS offered for $100,
000 to allow the Mutual Reserve to
writ h- rcfoit of an investigation
which the State Innurance IVpartment
had made. Mr. Well alo td-tified, that
Mr. Biirnham told him that he paid $40,.
0oo for a manuscript copy of the report.
The ntatment, which lore a note say
ing that it waa from fleorge Burnham,
counsel of th Mutual Reserve, is in
part aa follow. "No money wa ever
demanded by or paid, directly or in
directly, to the Miperintcndent or any
person connected with the New ork
insurance department for the purpone of
Influencing or accepting any report upon
the. Mutual Renerve. The story Ik the
invention of one J. D. Well, formerly a
vice prenldent, whoe ervice were di
penned with nearly neven year ago and
ha. n pared no pain to attack the
company in every poanihle phjtce.
"The Canadian inventgalion waa mov
ed by a nenator who wa, a former agent
of the company, which had cut off hi
'The Canadian committee, at its final
semtion, voted to revine the report of the
evidence. Afterward neven of the nne-
teen membera got together and formu
lated what purported to be a report
wheh wa expunged by the Senate.
What in printed in a part of the Sunday
Journal nay 'the finding of the commit
tee,' i nimply what one senator, a mem
ber of the committee, gave notice he
would move the adoption of aa the prop
er conclusion to be drawn from the
"A member of the committee gave a
similar notii, with one entirely differ
ent set of finding!; but neither motion
haa ever been acted upon. The state
ment that no action waa takn by the
attorney general of New York on the
hargea referred to aa filed against the
marutgvment of the Mutual Reaerve, is
incorrect. They were investigated and
diMninoed by him." .
CAME NEAR DYING
From in Awful Skin Humour,
Scratched Till Blood Ran.
Wasted to Skeleton.
CURED BY CUTICURA
One Application Soothed Him
to Sleep. Cure Speedy
"When my little boy was three
montha old hia head broke out with a
rash, which wat very itchy and ran
considerable watery fluid.' We tried
everything we could, but he got worse
all the time till it spread to bta arms,
legs, and then to his entire body, and
he came near dying. It itched ao he
would scratch till the blood ran, and a
thin yellowish stuff would be all over
bis pillow in the morning. I had to put
mittens on his hands to keep him from
tearing hia akin. He got so ;ak
he took fainting spells and we would
think him dying. He waa almost a
skeleton and his little hands were
thin like claws.
" He waa bad about eight months
when we tried Cuticnra. I had not
laid him down in his cradle in the
daytime for a long time. He had got
o that he Just slept in our arms all
I washed him with CuUcura Soap
and put on one application of CuU
cura Ointment and he was ao soothed
that I put him in the cradle. Yon don't
know how glad I felt when he felt bet
ter. It took one box of Cnticnra Oint
ment, pretty near one cake of CuUcura
Soap, and about half a bottle of Cuti
cura Resolvent, to core. I think
he would have died only for the
Mas. M. C MAITLAND, Jasper, Ont
No return In U years: MraMaitland
writea, under date of Feb. J4. 19j: " It
afford me pleasure to inform von
that it is fourteen years since my boy
waa cured of the terrible skin disease.
He haa been permanently cured and
ia hearty and strong."
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Seat sale opens Saturday morning at 9 o'clock at Hoefler'e Candy Store.
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