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About The morning Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1899-1930 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 6, 1907)
We have received our 1908 Dinnerware stock patterns
in Johnson Bros. Semi-Porcelain.
Mentone, Blue and Clover.
Just like the Havilaud.
lOO PIECE SET $10.00
See Window Display.
A. V. ADUBN.
PHONES BRANCH UNIONTOWN
MAIN M1i MAIN 8871 PHONE MAIN 711
Sole Agents for Baker's Barrington Hall Steel Cut Coffee
Ttft's Opponents Favor Naming
TREASURY HOARDS MONEY
Department it Custodian of : Public
WhIU and Should Keep Money In
Circulation J. Pierpont Morgan Land-
cd u Astute Financier.
NEW YORK. Nov. 5. The Washing
ton eot-respondent of tbe New York
times, usually a keen observer of the
ift of thing political, make the state
vent in his current letter that tbe op
ponents of Mr. Taft'a candidacy for the
Republican Presidential nomination are
ssotering on Governor Hughes as their
standard bearer. While this no news
ts New Yorkers who hare kept in close
touch with the subcurrenta of national
polities, it is interesting in that it
show that the anti-Roosevelt wing of
the party has definitely determined up
a a course and also that they are hard
put for a candidate who may be used
to offset a continuation of "my policies."
Tbe elements that are opposed to Mr.
Boose velt do not find anything to ap
. pland in tlfe "hew-to-the-line-letMhe-
hips-fall-where-tliey-niav'' course of
thia administration; and have cast a'
leut desperately for a spear that, even
S it "knows no brother will surely not
fail to recognize a friend. In a quiet
way, these reactionaries have been try'
fag out several names to oppose to Ta't,
and all hare been found wanting. Knox
and Cortelyou were found to be under
suspicion of too close a partisan to suit
people who have ceased ' to regard
strictly-drawn party lines; and Fair
banks too spectacularly polaric. Hence
Hughes even though he proved a bitter
jSU to swallow!
It has been evident for some time that
affairs were shaping themselves up thus
wise. The mere fact that Messrs. Roose-
Telt and Hughes are known to occupy
juicily critical attitude towards one an
hers actions and policies was the
Coventor's first recommendation to the
WH Street and corporation interest
interests composed of Republicans and
Democrat alike, and U equally voci
ferous in the cry of "lot our pocket
book alone!" His second recommenda
tion was the fact that he is a New
Yorker, and the Ityau-Belmont-Sheehan
group of wDemocrts"(so closely allied
personally and financially with the big
monred Republican interest) have deter
mined that if Lieut-Governor Chanter
is to be the Democratic Presidential
nomine, they must oppose him with
another New Yorker, or rest uneasily in
the certain knowledge that Chanler
would carry New York State. There
fore, back of the Republican reaction
aries in their support of Gov. Hughes
will be found not openly and above-
board, but none the less surely the
powerful Democratic element that forc
ed the nomination of AHon B. Parker
four year ago.
An indication of tbe grooming that
GovJHugbes ia receiving at the hand of
his friends wa that gentleman remark
recently that while Worm should be
instituted, the should be brought about
"without tumult or disorder." In this
simple phrase, the upholder of tbe Pre
sident find a slogan of battle, and the
Governor of New York is henceforth
reckoned an enemy.
To those familiar with the inner work
ing of Empire State politics, however,
Mr. Hughe js not regarded as dangerous
to the success of Secretary Tsft. They
argue that nothing is to be feared, in
the present state of the public mind.
from the opposition to Roosevelt and
Taft of a man like Chas, E. Hughes
former corporation lawyer, and one time
associate of Thomas F. Ryan' personal
counsel, Paul D. Cravath.
Hesitation means a loss to you of J5 p'er cent to 30 per cent on your woolen
goods. Gome to the great Woolen Goods Sale at the Brownsville Woolen
Mill Store and lay in your supply for winter of fine wool underwear, hosiery,
blankets, overshirts, suits and raincoats, etc.
Enough woolen goods to supply two stores and every garment this season's
Every wool gar
ment of under
wear in the store
cut from 15 to
30 per cent.
Come and see
REDUCED 20 PER CENT
The first time
the price has
ever been cut
20 PER CENT OFF
REDUCED 20 PER CENT
I AM HERE
Dr. D. A. Sanburn, the French spee
iaBst, has returned to Astoria and is
peananently settled. My remedies are
loots, herbs, barks, and berries in the
natural form. I also give magnetic
treatment to those who require them.
' guarantee to euro all those that are
snrsble of both ter. If thers is any
wne can not come, write me your
symptoms and I will send you my
ssnwdie to any part of the United
fltstes, Address Shanahan Building, 678
Commercial street. Consultation free.
A cure for panics is pointed out by
Dean Joseph French Johnson, of tbe
New York University School of Com
merce. He says:
"If the national banks of the city had
the right to expend their circulation in
the manner provided by the plan of the
.American Bankers' association, this
week's insane scramble for cash would
never have happened. Not all panics
can be prevented by a perfect currency
system, for some panics are the result
of errors of judgment in the use of cap
ital, the mischievous effects of which
cannot be averted. The oresent. how-
ever, is a good times panic. It is
psychological rather than financial in
character. We find it causes in men's
minds, not in business conditions.
"The banks and trusts companies of
this city have in their vaults the largest
store of good credit that can be found
in any city in the world, but much of
it is utterly unavailable because of the
rigid character of our currency system.
One of the trust companies that closed
its doors has in its possession live as
sets amounting to over $50,000,000. All
this credit is dead. It cannot do the
work of a single dollar in the paying
teller's cage. What is wanted in a time
like this is freedom to convert the credit
of banks into a medium sf payment
that will satisfy the people. Then New
York City would take care of any panic
without the slightest need for aid from
the federal treasury."
JUDD BROS. Props. 557 Commercial Street.
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MONEY FROM EUROPE
German Steamship Brings Gold
ANOTHER "OLD MASTER."
DEPOSITED IN VARIOUS BANKS
Kronpriniessin Cecilia Brings W,ooo,ooo
and Luaitania Follow With liooo,
ooo More No Danger Now Day in
Shipping Large Sams.
CRUISERS 05 WAY.
RIO JANEIRO, Nov. 5. The United
States armored cruisers Washington
and Tennessee, the latter flying the flag
of Admiml Sebree, arrived here yester
day from Port f Spam, October 4,
bound for ,t!ie Pacific Coast. About 200
of the crew, enjoyed shore leave today.
me cruisers will leave Rio Janeiro
ders on band are for motor boat, and I the supreme court, however, are Wing
one now being finished is for Day Cen-; pushed, aud It is a foregone conclusion
ter. Mr. Driscoll ha order for boats! that he will obtain toother ttay of
from Portland, and one order, booked,' execution. The iatet victim of tbe
is from Seattle, for a pleasure boat strung fatalities In the Vrtal family
'Having a reputation for building fust; was 38 year oil Alllnformation eon-
boats, the fact that he i designing a J renting bis death was withheld by hi
racer will be of Interest. Tbe boat hej wife and hi brother, Frederick Niemann.
proposes to build will make s speed of
20 miles an hour and when the order,
now on hand, are filled, he will com
mence the construction of this speed
producer. It will be worth a visit to
this new yard to see a new creation now
under- way. Thos. Trulllnger U having
built a boat that is somewhat of a
freak. Those who know something of
bouts say that til will be a revelation.
The bout will be so constructed that It
will skim over the water, instead of
plowing through it, and it I thought
that Mr. Trullinger will be able to
At the Pake ru
A new innovation has been introduced
at the Palace Restaurant, which will
surely prove popular. Each evening
Spanish or Mexican dish will be prepared
by one who is thoroughly acquainted in
the intricacies of' these toothsome re
pasts. These dishes, which have been
in vogue at this popular place, for about
a week, have bit the public taste, and
change the present results.
NEW ORLEANS, Nov. 5. The clear
ing-house today decided to issue asset
currency, guaranteed by every bank in
the city, in sums of from $5 to $20.
NEW YORK. Nov. 5.-Before the
closing of hauling hours today $8,000,000
in gold coin and bullion, part jf
cargo of the North Gentian Lloyd steam
ship Kronprinzessin Cecilie, will have
been deposited in various banks of this
city, a part of the flood of gold now on
its way to this country from Europe.
The Kronprinzessin Cecilie left Bre
men, October 29th. Following almost in
her wake is the Cunarder Lusitania, from
Liverpool with $10,000,000 stored in her
strong boxes for the relief of money fa
mished New Yorkers.
There is practically no danger nowa
days in shipping such vast amounts of
treasure across the sea. The great ves
sels , are the acme of safety. Their
strong boxes are equal in security to the
best of safe deposit vaults ia this city.
Though the Kronprinzessin left Bremen
three days ahead of the Lusitania, she
will make port only one and a half days
before her rival if the giant Cunarder
holds her speed.
American Secures Beautiful Psintlng of
NEW YORK. Nov, S.-Yet snolher
"Old master" ha been added to the
.number of tho paint acquired by Am
erican muM'um or collector In the Inst
few years. The picture Is "the virgin
enthroned," by Bernardo Lnlnl, of the
early Italian school and the buyer l
Cathollne lAinhert of Petersen, N. J
show the stern of his boat to all who'f'- Lambert purchased thr palntinjf
try to pas him.
Thus doe another Astoria enterprise
the 1 Proper ana its success is but another
evidence that cntcrpiine and ability will
DEATH COMES AGAIN.
New Boat Yard Near Clatsop Mills Ha
Many Order on Hand to Fill.
T. L. Driscoll, who is the owner of the
new boat yard, near the Clatsop mill,
has started in a way that will prove
that he is no novice in tbe business. In
this yard there are three boat in course
of construction, and orders are now on
hand that will keep the yards busy for
the next three months. All of the or-
Vrtal Family Are Victim of Peculiar
CHICAGO, Nov. 5. Death again de
scended suddenly, yesterday on the
Waal family, which wa all but wiped
out through a poisoning plot for which
Herman Biliik now stands in the shadow
of tbe gallows.
With peculiar fatality It entered the
home of the principal witness for the
proxeeution against Biliik one of the
few members of the Vrzal family who
escaped death in the plot. The victim
was William Niemann, husband of the
woman whose testimony is charged with
having brought Biliik under sentence of
death. Mrs, Niemann was the daughter
of Martin Vrzal, one of the first to die
in the plot. Niemann expired In the
afternoon and the physician who was
summoned was unable to determine the
cause and declined to issue a death cer
tificate. Because of the strange fate
which has pursued the family, the many
mysterious deaths and the circumstances
of the latest fatality, Coroner Hoffman
has ordered a rigorous Investigation
which will be commenced today,
Biliik is under sentence to hang next
Friday. Preparations for his appeal to
through the Wakesle Galleries and paid
upward of $..0,000 for it. ft is soon
to lie hung In hi gallery at Pnterson.
It was obtained front an old private col
lection In England last summer and it
owner at the time stipulated thut their
Idcntitdy should 1 kept secret. The
picture measure 4) by 8 feet, is remark
ably well preserved and is rich In color,
It represent the Virgin clnd in (liming
red and blue rolie seated on a gold
chair and holding the Christ child, who
stand erect on her kneei. Clienihlin
playing muinl Instruments are grouped
about the central figures. Luiiii was
born about 1-fiiO and died in 1M3,
Akduhfcrfy. Finish Flivor.
Omrtif SJrenflh. Pe&jorsik frkfij
CALL STRIKE OFF.
SPOKANE, Nov. B.-The executive
Board of the Local Order of Telegra
phers today allied off the strike against
the Western Union, Postal and Associ
ated Press and advised the men go back
to work. - ' '
Moraine Astorian. dcliveiWI hv
carrier, 60 cents per month.
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For In&nti sind Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
The Billy Buster Steel Bot
with a Sole
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543 Bond St, oppoatts Fisher Bros,