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THE MORNING ASTORIAN, ASTORIA, OREGON.
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1907.
PublUhed Daily Except Monday by
IIW J. S. DELLINGER wOMPAHY.
By mail, pr yr $7.00
By Mirier, per month 0
B, mall, per year, in advance.. 1.00
Kntt4 aa wtooiKl-elaM matter July
SO, lfOt. at tbe pouffloe at Aitorla. Ur
foa, aider the act of Congr ol March t,
VOnVn for the (Mlrann ot Tu Mom
lira immiAii to Mibtr rcaidNKv or place ot
bnilawa nay be made by poetal card or
through teierbone. Any IrrnruUrtty to de
Utmt abonld be immediately reported to the
offlot of publication.
TELEPHONE MAIK 661.
Official paper of Clateop county and
s well n of tho expert tlioiinon who
flint (li'ilnrej for the rule and now
awear by It. Tln CtflumMii, above nil
etrennta, vltouKl bo the bent governed
In this partleulur, since the plan Is
expeJlent ami we hope to see It :-
pllevl safely, wlely and Inexorably, by
a law that will stsmd the teat of Hitch
efforts of a few private monopo
lists up the river, as are practically
certain to be made against Its opera
tion. It Is time both '.he states were
waking up to the conservation of the
splendid Industry of which the Colum
bia Is the world-famous center.
UKl'OKT OK TIIK CONDITION OK
Diseased Immigrants Come Into
S. Over Border.
NEED OF RADICAL CHANGE
JUDGE THOMPSON'S PLEA.
Many Afflicted With Trachoma Ara Re
fused Admiitiort t New York, but
Go to Mexican Porta and En
ter by Land.
WASHINGTON, Feb. 1. We lire try
Ing to have applied to Mexico the
Western Oregon Occasional
Western Washington, East
ern Oregon Occasional rain or
Eastern Washington. Idaho
There la something Infinitely sad In
the story that conies from over In the
Evergreen state, of the plea made by
Judge Thompson for his vicious and
degenerate son, now on trial for his
life for the murder of his father's
friend and bar mate. All men are
reaay wun spontaneous sympamy ror force respecting the admission of Iml-
the devoted parent who has thus to grunts who come to the t'ttlted State
M.-a ior uie me oi a son ana me by Wlly 0f Canada," said Commls-
hope will Insistently arise that he skmer of Immigration Frank 1'. Sar-
may oe successiui ana save me f,riy when asked about
I wretched boy from trie gallows. There tho steps being taken to reach an a-
are moments when it seems almost Kreenunt with Mexico for keeping out
justice Itself to set justice aside and r tne United States undesirable Imml
so ordain the play of fate that It shall Krarits who reach Vera Crua and otiier
fall In gentler guise and spare those Mexican ports and then cross the Tex
that suffer the real climax of Its n, boundary line.
. , . ... .
oiuerness. Atrocious as wan tne mur- "Tho.v ..imintr t.v n
ler of Judge Emory, and loud as Is he said, "have certificates from Amerl
the demand for the vengeance of the can medical officers, showing that they
1,, ... Ia at ...111 l... I
,n e m'uut .1 im-ic iu ur ure rr,., from all contagious diseases
any marked reproach cast upon the aml otherwise qualified to enter tin
men or the code that shall meet the rnd States. we are trying to make
.1 ...... ili . . 1 1 v . I
- uei.Mii.un 11, ui i,u rumeu uiuier an arrangement With Mexico Whercbv
tor me poor me or nis seir-accursea ,,Ur physicians may best attend Imml-
son. It Is but a pitHil concession to ,i,.sti.i t.,r n... i-i....i
Many Immigrants who arrive In
j make at the very beia and will hurt
j no man in the granting,
: EDITORIAL SALAD.
THAT DEMURRAGE LAW.
We are heart and soul for a demur
rage law and for a railway commis
sion, and we want the best and strong
est, of each, that the wisdom and tem-
The announcement by Governor
Hughes of New York that he does not
Intend to meddle with legislation, be
cause he considers It net hi busi
ness, makes us wonder if Roosevelt
per of the-legislature can devise. We really did suggest Hughes' nomination
want them quickly. On general prin- j to the Republican leaders.
clples, we are opposed to an appointive
commission, because It will be Invar
iably used as a poltical annex and
factor, and the commissioners will be; hash" of simplified spelling to know
hampered by obligations to the ap- j that the court has decided that any-
polnting power and not free to do-tneir j body even the simplified spelling
'duty as they might under an elective: board can now publish a Webster's
prerogative. We do not believe In ap- j dictionary!
polntments any way, especially In such j
extraordinary mauers as mis, ana we; We coul., for,v Arkansas her s,.f-
It may Interest those who rely on
Webster's dictionary to "settle the
Mexico are afflicted with trachoma.
Whin refused admittance they un
dergo treatment for several wivks and
t.ien attempt to enter this country
Commissioner Sargent today made
public a report from Immigration In
spector A., A. Seraphic, who Investi
gated every point in Mexico that Im
migrants pass through. At Tamplco
and Vera Cruz and several other places
he saw signs of trachoma among the
At Mexico City the report says are
collected all those who,, destination
Is the United States, by reason of the
practice of the Mexican Central Hail-
viu uui iu ot.il me immigrants any
transportation beyond that city. Here
a number of tlu in are engeged in ped
dling while awaiting remittances from
relatives In the United States.
Monterey Is the point, the agent says.
to which these immigrants who have
been debarred from entering as con-
ai Astoria, In tho Stale of Oregon, at
the close of business January 2fi, 1U0T.
Loans mid discounts $;I70.3SMU
Overdrafts, secured and un
l. S. Ilonds to secure circu
Houds, Securities, etc (10,701). 43
iiaiiKing nouse, furniture
and tlx I urea , 3.160,00
other real estate owned.... 8,333.4
One from State Hanks and
Hankers 17.334. SS
One from approved reservo
Checks and other cash Items 3.100.Wl
Notes of other National
Fractional paper currency,
nickels and cents
Lawful money reserve In
bank, via: '
Specie 979.4 19.00
Legal tender notes, 2.135.00 81. 551. JO
Redemption fund with II.
S. Treasurer (5 per cent
circulation) ... .,
Capital stock paid in I 60,000.00
surplus fund 40,000.00
Undivided profits, lens vx-
penseo and taxes paid 12.639.73
National Hank notes out
Individual deposits subjuct
to check 1324.134.65
Oemaml certificates of do-
Time certificates of de
posit 253,633.35 023.544.54
State of Oregon, County of Clatsop,
I. J. E. Illgglns, cashier of th above
named bank, do solemnly swear thai
the above statement Is true to t lit
best of my kiiowledg,, and belief.
J. K. HlilGINS, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me
this 31st day of January, 1907,
GEO. C, Fl'LTON.
Correct Attest :
GEO. H. GEORGE.
I.. MANSI R,
I) Irelocel rd
trust, me proposea egisiauon win iae i congratulatory airs on having sent a
Bucn shape as to preclude guberna- j couple of legislators to the penlten
frnrlal a nnnlnfmant a ft t Vi a first and ' . . ... ... I
' 7 .... ....... . tlarVi uia we not m.au now many tract laborers on account of their suf
BMUIU -""f""""3 m horse-thieves she failed to send the f,.rjng from trach
To nasten tne use ana emcacy 01 tne 8ame Way.
j new commission It may be permitted j
Him to appoint tne members, out tneir 1 . a Mount Vernon man is said to
successors must come up from the ' have stopped drinking in order to
body of the people, and the terms oficome into a $1,000,000 fortune. Cer
office must be made correspondingly j talnly that would be an awful tempta
brlef. The reciprocal demurrage lawjtion;
seems to have frightened the railway ! n
people, a sure Indication of its in- j Dr. Adler should take his address on
trinslc value and the necessity for Its; "The Evils of Surplus Wealth" down
Immediate enactment. The severer! among the Arkansaw people, where
and more exacting It is, the better. The, r Is popular to avoid such evils.
return for In
At Monterey they are told to go to
EI I'aso, or Eagle Pass. It has been
reported to him, says the Inspector,
that a great many Syrians suffering
from trachoma who had been refused
passage by steamship lines In Europe,
who were deported from New York,
had no trouble in passing a satisfac
tory medical examination at Laredo
or El Paso.
Wonderful Compound Curat Piles,
Eczema, Skin Itching, Skin Erup
tions, Cuts and Bruisea.
railways have unconscionably robbed j 0
and defied the people of this state for! Sir Oliver Lodge who holds that
years and a lesson that bears the ' the human race is still in its lnfan-ear-marks
of their own cold-blooded, j cy, Is supposed to have been observ
calculating and bitter policy, cannot i ing the national Senate.
be administered too soon.
FOR MINING INSPECTION.
Theatrical managers complain that
Shakespeare doesn't pay
complaint; only before it was from
The Moore bill for the creation of I Stratford
the office of a State Mining Inspector
Is well framed and will undoubtedly
meet popular approval. It Is time the
state was setting up some methodical
and reliable supervision of this great
and expanding Industry, and taking
definite care of the people who face
ts dangers and do its hardest work. It
will have a tendency to force the mines
of the state Into wider range of com
mercial consideration and give tone
A Boston bachelor of 65 years claims
never to have told a He. Yes, but
why should he? He's a bachelor!
About the only newspaper display
matter that Is sure to go In tc, nrm,
d, tf, this month Is the Thaw case.
A STITCH IN TIME
will save nine. So will a bottle of
Ballard's Horehound Syrup always
kept on hand save many a spell of
sickness. A sure cure for Coughs,
Colds, Bronchitis, and Whooping
Same old Cough' Mr9' 8-1 Hot sPrlnB. Ark.,
writes: "I keep a bottle ot Ballard's
Horehound Syrup in my medicine
chest and thank my forethought many
times. It has prevented many severe
spells of sickness." Sold by Hart's
8PEECHES WERE SEVERAL.
Tough luck! It Is rumored that 1,-
473 more Philippine Islands
to the industry It has lacked to date, j emerged from the sea.
aside from yielding an Intelligent estl- o-
mate to all concerned of the scope and
value of the mining properties and In
terests of Oregon. We hope It will j
WASHINGTON, Feb. l.-Senator
Raynor's address on the expansion of
the executive perogatives, Lodge's
have brlef r,-Py an'' an extended discussion
of administration of the public land
laws by Heyburn, constituted the day's
Coal Is sold by the short tone. Just r)roceeJns- In the Senate.
as we suspected!
n HUNTING FOR TROUBLE.
pass and a man be named by the people j CHRONIC CONSTIPATION CURED
for tho post who will demonstrate
the real value of the innovation and
prove the wisdom of law in all ways.
THE WAY IS BLAZED.
The Washington-Oregon joint com
mittee on Fisheries which met last
night In Portland missed the chance ! Ing It today and you will feel better
"I've lived In California 20 years and
and am still hunting for trouble In the
One who suffers from enronic con- way f burns, sores, wounds, bolls,
stlpation is In danger of many serious cuts, sprains, or a case of plies that
ailments. Orino Laxative Fruit Syr- Bucklen's Arnica Salve won't quickly
up cures chronic constipation as It cure" writes Charles Walters, of Alle-
aids digestion and stimulates the liver Shany, Sierra Co. No use hunting Mr.
and bowels, restoring the natural ac- Walters; it cures every case. Guar
tlon of these organs. Commence tak- anteed at Chas. Rogers' drug store. 25c.
of history If they failed to provide iden
tical laws in these two states forbid
ding the fishing for salmon In the Co-'
lumbia river above a specific "dead
line" on the tide-ways of the river.
This scheme has worked admirably In
all the coast streams of this state,
and Is an Invincible argument In be
half of the preservation of the fry.
So patent is the proof already at hand
In the premise, that It has the en
dorsement of all the officers charged
with the care of the Oregon fisheries
LA GRIPPE AND PNEUMONIA.
at once. Orlno Laxative Fruit Syr
up does not nauseate pr gripe and Is
very pleasant to take. Refuse sub- roieys Honey and Tar cures la
atltutes. T. F. Laurln, Owl Drug! grippe coughs and prevents pneurno
Store. n'a. Refuse any but the genuine in
the yellow package,
When Freedom from her mountain T. F. Laurln. Owl Drug Store.
unruried her Standard for all to see, "Flneuies" (non-alcoholic) made
These words appeared In black and used for hundreds of years for Blad-
whlte, der and Kidney diseases. Medicine
"Drink Rocky Mountain Tea." j f or thirty daya, $1.00. Guaranteed,
For sale by Frank Hart. ' Sold by Frank Hart'a Drug Store,
Poan's Ointment Is the best skin
treatment and the cheapest, because so
little Is required to cure. It cures
piles after years cf torture. It cures
obstinate cases of eczema. It cures
all skin Itching. It cures skin erup
tions. It heals cuts, bruises, scratcho",
and abrasions without leaving a scar.
It cures permanently. Astoria testi
mony proves It.
Mrs. Helen Lewis, of 52 Astor street,
Astoria, Ore., says; "Doan's Ointment
proved Its healing qualities several
years ago When I used and told in a j
publl-hed statement the great relief j
and euro I obtained from It. I used !
It for a breaking out around my mou'hj
and lips which had troubled me for n
number of years, despite all I could
do to get rid of It. My Hps would
crack and become sore when cold
weather set In, and this lasted un'il
It got warm again. I was finally in
duced to try Dean's Ointment, pro
curing It at Charles Rogers' drun
store. In a short time after begin
ning to apply It I was cured of the
annoyance and I have been entirely
free from It since."
For sale by nil dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Mllburii Co., Buffalo,
New York, sole agents for the United
Remember the name Doan's and
take no other.
WASHINGTON, Feb. I. The Riv
er and Harbor Appropriation bill oc
cupied practically all the time In the!
House today. After a short colloquy,
over the devlslon of lime and the pa
ternal advice of the speaker to allow
the chairman of the committee of the
whole (Currier of New Hampshire) to
control the debate, the debate was be
gun by Burton, ot Ohio, chairman of
the Rivers and Harbors Committee.
Speeches were made by Bartholdt and
Purity Is our watchword. Selecting
only the choicest herbs and roots
known to pharmacists. No spirits or
harmful drugs. HolIIster's Rocky
Mountain Tea is purity Itself. 35 cents,
Tea or Tablets. For sale by Frank
For Health's Sake
keep the bowels open, the liver
regulated, the kidneys active, the
stomach well, the blood pure, the
sleep sound, the brain clear with
Sold everywhere. Inboxesl0c.and25c.
THE CORRECT CLOTHES SHOP
WE PAY 65 per-cent
No, we're not u bank merely it
busy cliithlnir store ami yet, wo rn-
ju'iit " V 0 pay (15 iiorociit now
often you rcml of a bunk Unit Itiirm
of paying 4 ur cent I And how tho
invcors IliK'k to such 1111 institution
to hourd their av intra and "watch
them grow" at tho miirhty rate of 4
Hr cent per annum! How, then,
shrewd investors should count rom
ping in hero to this store to t iko ud
vnntaKv of this otrVr of ours to
l'AY 05 I' ail CKNT
For a Few Days More
We continuo tli offer of
SUITS and OVERCOATS
Values up to $l(.rO, for
Invest $10 mill, without wnltlntf it
your, n month, or oven it day, you
tako awny principal and Interest In
the form of u splendid suit dr over
coat, worth $ltl,f)0 - few In tho
ollerlnjr worth loss today,
Mind wo do not any KVKUV suit
and overcoat In this lot la a $10.60
valuo, this store la jealous of tho
truth. Wo do say n plenty of uiir
nionU of this value tiro Included
values up to this murk.
See Examples In a
Home lines have n complete run of
sixes, others contain one, two, and
threo of lot-but ALL SIZES are
embraced in the sulo, and up to and
including $10.60 values, for
Mcii'h fashionable hatn,
in newent Htylen, very
k Lot ol Extra Specials
Valoes In Suit Cases at
$3,95 $4,15 and $4,85
Why pay others more ?
Them fpeeia'8 are lor a
few tlayH more only we
cannot jjuaiantt f tl em to
last much longer.
The Store. That Never
Aitnrla'i l uirmuat Clothing IIoum
MAKES OLD THINGS NEW
liquid Otrteer In a wonder! It will make the
whole intcriorof your house shine like new,
making rc-fini.shitif' or re-varnishing entire
ly unnecessary. It is not a varnish, but a
surface food tuul cleane r, building up the
original finish and making it brighter than
ever. It is applied with a piece of cheese
cloth and no experience Is necessary. No
drying to wait for. Remove. all scratches,
stains, dirt, dullness. It can be applied
to any finish with beneficial results. Nat
ural wood, as well as any color of paint, will
be better for an application of Liquid Veneer.
"rECIAU ' Vt
EIWllO Ucnr will improve even the most
beautiful furniture. It will take that smoky
look from the Piano and other Mahogany, and 1.4 highly bene
ficial to Golden Oak, White Enamel,Gilt, Silver ani other finishes.
Clquld Uteer sells at 50 cents a bottle, and a bottle Is enough to
renovate the ordinary home. Try it and you will always buy It.
B. F. ALLEN 8 SON'
BUANK BOOKS !
Full line of regular blank books.
Orders solicited for loose leaf
books, card indexes, and supplies
for same. . Office fixtures and
supplies. Special prices on quantities.
E. A. Higgins Co.,
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