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THE MORNING- OBEGOSIAN. WEDNESDAY, MAY 31, 1905.
Russian-Naval Officials Stupe
; tied by News of Naval
DOUBT OF ADMIRAL'S FATE
Only Three Ships ot Accounted For
by Japan or Vladivostok Talk -or
Peace Scouted Till Land
Battle Is Fought.
LOZSDOX, May 30 The St. Peters
burg correspondent of the Maiidard an
serfs that Mine. Rojrstvensky, wife of
the commander of the RunsIub fleet,
has received a telegram from Vladivo
stok atgBed by her husband, hbjIbk: that
he has arrived there on board the cruis
er Almaz, and that he was weVerely
Trouaded In the neck, back and abdo
men. ST. PETERSBURG. May 31. (4:25 A.
M.) The Russian Admiralty s literally
stupefied at the extent of the disaster
suffered by VIce-A'dmlral Rojestvensky's
fleet, and its own adx-Ices paint the sit
uation in even worse colors than the
The Associated Press Vladivostok dis
patch received at an early hour yester
day afternoon accounts for only two
ehlps of the great Russian fleet the
cruiser Almaz and the torpedo-boat de
stroyer Grozcny and the absence of
news about the battleship Navarin and
the cruisers Olcs and Aurora, which are
the only -fighting ships of any value not
enumerated in the Japanese lists ot de
stroyed or captured, and which, up to
4:30 o'clock jesterday afternoon, had not
reached Vladivostok, renders almost Idle
any hope that they were able to shake
off the pursuing Japanese cruisers and
reached the shelter of the fortress at
The officers of the Almaz dispute Ad
miral Togo's claim of victory with prac
tically no loss and declare that they saw
two ships go down before their eyes and
two cruisers jvere on the point of foun
dering when they last distinguished the
battling fleets. But they admit that the
distance of their ships from the scene
of battle arid fog made the view diffi
cult. Will Intern All Transports.
Russia has agreed to disarm and intern
the big fleet of colliers and transports
sent to the Chinese coast when Rojest
vensky determined to try and force the
straits of Corca. It Is believed here that'
the Admiral did not want to be hampered
by a big convoy in the sea fight, and
the decision to send the convoy to the
rear compelled Rojestvensky to adopt
the shortest route by the way of Tsu
Island, as some of the ships could not
carry enough coal in their bunkers to
steam around Japan.
Information brought by the Almaz and
published in an official dispatch tonight
is supplemented by the results of the in
terviews had by the Associated Press
correspondent at Vladivostok with the of
ficers of the Almaz and Grozeny. This
information is very incomplete, as the
Almaz, being scantily armored and car
rying light guns of little use in battle,
drew off after the first collision with the
Japanese Saturday and headed for Vladi
vostok at full speed. The last view the
officers had of the battlefield was at dusk
Saturday, when the torpedo attacks had
already commenced, and the Knlaz Souv
aroff. the Borodino, the Osllabla and
the Ural had gone to the bottom, while
the Alexander III had been badly dam
aged. The Associated Press is informed that
the unpublished portion of the official
dispatch, the contents of which were sent
by a wireless dispatch to Vladivostok on
the arrival of the cruiser there, says
that the Kniaz Souvaroff wa3 blown up.
Captain Chagin. of the Almaz. giving
It as his opinion that the destruction
was -wrought by submarine boats. The'
captain gives the number of Japanese
torpedo-boats participating In the at
tack as 60.
Rojestvensky's Escape Doubted.
The Admiralty withholds the name of
the craft to which Rojestvensky Is re
ported to have been transferred, owing to
doubts as to whether it was the destroyer
Buiny or the destroyer BravL
The report sent tonight of .the arrival
of the Buiny at Vladivostok was due to
a telegraph, message sent to the Grand
Duke Alexis by Admiral Dournovo. a
member of the Council of the Empire and
superintendent of the posts and tele
graphs under the Minister of the In
terior, informing him that he has re
ceived advices from Vladivostok that the
destroyer's commander. Admiral Dourn
ovo's son, had picked up Rojestvensky and
had followed the Almaz out of the battle.
Admiral Dournovo, being under the im
pression that the Admiral had reached
Vladivostok, so informed the Associated
Toklo's account of the arrival of cap
tured warships at Japanese ports was
more humiliating to the Russian naval,
authorities than the news of the defeat.
The cpinlon expressed here is that noth
ing can excuse the failure of the Russian
commanders to sink their ships under
their feet rather than to allow them to
fall Into the enemy's hands, the Admiralty
advancingihe supposition that the ships
were stranded on some shoal before being
Land Battle Before Peace.
The question of inaugurating peace ne
gotiations is not likely to be opened until
full reports of the Russian disaster have
been received. The war party continues
its defiant attitude and declares that peace
is impossible, while many Russians who
heretofore have been in favor of peace,
but who are now humiliated by the sting
of the defeat of their navy, are giving
their voice in favor of a continuation of
the war. -Nevertheless, the peace party
insists on the absolute futility of pro
longing the struggle. Ever slow to reach
a decision. It is improbable that the gov
ernment will decide on the course it will
pursue until after battle has been Joined
The Associated Press dispatches indicate
that Field Marshal Oyama Is already in
motion and that a grand engagement Is
imminent. The government still predicts
the publication of losses in ships not con
tained in Its own advices, but so far
as St. Petersburg Is concerned the truth
The war vessel Orel, which the Russian
Admiralty admits was sunk, probably was
the cruiser Orel, since it seems clear that
the battleship of that name was captured
and Ls at Sasebo. and St. Petersburg has
reported the arrival of the hospital-ship
Orel at Vladivostok.
counter -which followed, and being sub
jected to a. series, of torpedo attacks Sat
urday night. Rojestvensky was able to
steam 200 miles during the night
When Sunday morning came the Rus
sian fleet was divided intp two divisions.
The " faster and stronger division under
Rojestvensky was met by Kamlmura and
TJrlu, while the slower division under
Nebogatoff renewed the fight with Togo.
"With ?ome of the scattered. Russian
units it was a case of save himself who
In the running fight yesterday the Jap
anese enjoyed the advantage of superior
speed, enabling them to concentrate their
fire and bring every crippled Russian
ship to bay. Admiral Nebogatoffs bat
tered remnant surrendered off Liancourt
Rocks, while Rojestvensky, with the best
remaining battleships, fought on for the
honor- of the Russian navy.
The. Admiralty learned with a sense of
relief that the flagship Kniaz Souvaroff
sank under the foot of the Russian com
mander in chief. The surrender of Nebo
gatofTs two battleships, even though
the. circumstances are not yet known, is
regarded as a disgrace. The ships still
unaccounted for here are the battleship
Navarin and the protected cruisers Oleg,
Aurora and Izurarud. all fast vessels.
SWAR3I OF TORPEDO - BOATS
TheyWnnlhilated Xebogatoff's Squad
ron at Opening of Battle.
TSARSKOE-SELO, Russia. May SO.
(6:30 P. M.) The dispatch received by the
Emperor from Vladivostok containing the
details of the battle in the Straits' of
Corea announced heavy losses, according
to which the squadron commanded by
Rear-Admiral Nebogatoff was attacked by
a swarm of torpedo-boats and all the.
ships were either sunk or captured.
The main squadron, commanded by Ad
miral Rojestvensky, was attacked by
Admiral Togo and los; two -ships. The
others broke through. Rojestvensky. It Is
reported, then sent his fast light cruisers
ahead, the heavier fighting ships remain
ing, behind. They were attacked by Vlcc
The Emperor was greatly distressed at
THINK ROJESTVENSKY SAFE
Russians Piece Together Story of
Battle From Fragments.
ST. PETERSBURG, May 30. (3 P. M.)
The first definite news from Russian
source? of the naval battle fought In the
Straits of Corea came from Captain Cha
gin, of the crulssr Almaz, who has arrived
at Vladivostok. He telegraphed to the
Emperor that he had witnessed the sink
ing of the battleship Kniaz Souvaroff, and
reported that Admiral Rojestvensky was
wounded. Captain Chagin saw Rojest
vensky lowered on board the torpedo-boat
Whatever other information was con
tained In Captain Chagln's telegram
was withheld and no details are
known except those contained in the for
eign dispatches . from which the naval
officers have been able to reconstruct a
fair Idea of the long and bloody sea fight.
They figure that Admiral Togo. with his
main squadron, must have lain some
where off the coast of Corea, while Ad
miral? Kamlmura and Uriu held their
squadrons further north to head off the
Russian vessels which might go through
or to bar the entrance-to the Straits of
Tsugaru in case the Russians should be !
reported moving up the East Coast of
When Togo's scouts reported that Ad
miral Rojestvensky was heading for the
eastern channel of the Straits of Corea,
the Japanese Admiral steamed around the
northern part of the Tsu Islands and
came upon the Russians steaming in
double column with the cruisers to port.
Togo enjoyed the great advantage ot
tactical position when he opened fire,
having the lightest of the Russian ships
between him and Rojestvensky's heavier
vessels, thus smothering the fire of the !
latter. Besides. Togo was able to use all
his broadsides, whereas the steramost
ships of the Russian columns coming In
line ahead formation could probably only
with difficulty use any guns at all. Nev
ertheless, although suffering the complete
loss of four shins in the desperate en-
FUGITIVES AT VLADIVOSTOK
Dispatch Says Rojestvensky Arrived
on Torpedo-Boa t.
ST. PETERSBURG, May 3O.-(4:40 P.
M.) Admiral Rojestvensky has arrived at
Vladivostok on board the torpedo-boat
destroyer Bulnyl. During the battle he
sustained a wound in the head.
Admiral Durnova, a member of the
Council of the Empire, and Superintend
ent of Posts and Telegraphs under the
Minister of the Interior, .has received a
dispatch from his son, who Is In com
mand of the Bulnyl. describing fully how
his commander-in-chief. Admiral Rojest
vensky. was saved. The Admiral was
washed off the deck of the Kniaz Sou
varoff just before the flagship foundered,
and was picked up by the torpedo-boat de
Other private dispatches from Vladi
vostok say the Russians lost 12 warships
sank and captured during the engage
ment. According to these reports, the
Japanese torpedo-boats played the prin
cipal role In the defeat of the Russian
fleet. They were ssnt In for action again
and again under a perfect hall of shot
from the Russian rapid-firing guns. More
than one-half of the Japanese flotilla or
torpedo-boats was sunk.
The protected cruiser Jcmtchug, report
ed sunk Jn the Toklo dispatches, has ar
rived at Vladivostok.
ACKNOWLEDGE HALF THE CORN
Russia Officially Admits - Loss' of
ST. PETERSBURG. Mav 30 4:.V! P.
M.) The Admiralty officially admits the
sinking of. the battleships Kniaz Souva
roff. Borodino and Osiabya, the repair
ship Kamtchatka and the cruiser Orel.
The loss of these vessels was definitely
established by Cantain Chatrln. nf th
cruiser Almaz. No statement regarding
ine snips captured was made.
Hospital Ship Reaches Port.
ST. PETERSBURG. May 30. The Rus
sian hospital ship, which was with Admi
ral Rojestvensky's fleet has arrived at
REFORMS TO QUIET PEOPLE
Disaster Hurries Preparation for
Calling National Assembly.
ST. PETERSBURG, May 30. The com
mittee of Ministers today commenced the
consideration of the plan for the consti
tution of the National Assembly as for
mulated by the Bouligan Rescript Com
mission, and it Is possible that if the
news of the Russian naval disaster rait
seriously on the temper of the people there.
may ne an attempt to relieve the situa
tion by an early announcement on this
Grand Centennial Sale
For Wednesday only vre quote below a fev of the special values -re-offer during this sale. To really appre
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standard of the lines kept by the Silverfield Co.
SILK SHIRTWAIST SUITS REDUCED
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we have placed great reductions on our entire line, thus giving you unlimited choice at exceedingly low
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fashionably cut. We quote a few of the prices which prevail throughout the stock for Wednesday only
$22.50 Suits $16.00 $32.50 Suits $26.00
$25.00 Suits $18.75 $37.50 Suits $28.50
For Wednesday only we offer you your choice of
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latest ideas from the "World of Fashion." Our
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Hats at prices lower than ever before placed on
such exquisite creations. We quote a few prices
$4.00 Hats $3.00 $7.00 Hats $5.25
$5.00 Hats S3.75 $8.00 Hats $6.00
$6.00 Hats $4.50 $10.00 Hats $7.50
CHILDREN'S HOSE .
We have a splendid line of Lisle Hose for children,
warranted to give tho greatest wear colors tan,
white and black; regular 35c values 23
or two pair for 45"
All Waists Less
We offer special reductions on our entire stock of
Waists for Wednesday only. Every waist from the
plainest to the most elaborately trimmed. Waists
of silk, linen and cotton at the following reductions:
$6.50 Waists... $4.65 $ 9.50 Waists... $7.00
$7.00 Waists... $4.78 $10.00 Waists... $7.50
SPECIALS ON FIRST FLOOR
Eegular $1.00 Belts of taffeta and peau de soi silk,
in the girdle effects; $1.00 values ..63
Buster Brown Belts for children, fine patent leather
with large eyelets; 50c value 25
Washable Suede Cotton Gloves of the genuine
Kayser make; regular 75c value 58
WE STORE, CLEAN, REPAIR AND REMODEL FUR GARMENTS
We have a complete plant for the storing of Fur Garments daring the Summer months, and also do re
pairing and remodeling at reduced rates. We pay the very highest prices for Baw Furs, as we are manu
facturers and use them purselves.
TAKES POOR LIVES
Rhea Creek, Near Heppner, Is J
Swollen Enormously by a
GOODS BOUGHT TODAY CHARGED ON JUNE ACCOUNT
VALLEY SWEPT BY FLOOD
Mrs. J. It. Xuncmakcr, Her Child,
and Two Children orA. 11. Cox
Are the Victims Some
PENDLETON. Or., Slay CO.-(SpecIaL)-Advices
have been received here that a
cloudburst occurred on Rhea Creek. 12
miles south o Heppner.. this afternoon,
about 3 o'clock. Mrs. J. R. Nunemaker
and her youngest child, and two children
of A. R. Cox were drowned. Others were
caught by the rush of water, but escaped
without great Injury.
The bodies of Mrs. Xuncmakcr and one
of the Cos children have been recov
ered, but the bodies of the other two
children are still missing. A search
party from Heppner Is now at the scene
of the disaster doing all In Its power to
find the missing bodies, but as yet the
search has been unavailing.
Rhea Creek, where the" cloudburst oc
curred, runs parallel to Willow Creek,
the scene of the big Heppner cloudburst
and flood of two years ago. Heppner was
not touched by today's awful torrent of
water which swept everything before It
down the little valley. .
It ls stated by WWG. Howard, of Mil
ton, who arrived In this city from Hep
pner today, where he has been visiting
friends Tor several days, that although
the cloudburst had not occurred before
he left a terrific rainstorm prevailed
throughout the South Butter Creek coun
try. Fully 200 present residents of this city
were former residents of Heppner. many
of them having moved to this city after
the terrible Heppner flood of two years
ago. and great excitement prevails here
All communication with Heppner from
this city has been cut off. and it is im
possible to get a later report of the con
dition left by the storm and cloudburst.
Early advices state that the loss to
the farmers along Rhea Creek will
amount to an excessive sum. and that
farmhouses, barns, fences, and every
thing movable along the path of the tor
rent was totally destroyed. Many horses
and cattle are also reported to have per
ished. There Is also a report that another
smaller cloudburst occurred just above
the City of Heppner. about 7:S0 o'clpck
this evening, but this rumor Is ur.con
'firmed. The conflicting reports which
have been sent to this city have aroused
a grjat deal of uncertain excitement
among those people who have friends
and relatives living in Heppner and vicinity.
"ALL OVER WITH RUSSIA"
PITIFUL CRY OF CZAtt OX READ
IXG XEWS OF DISASTER.
It Throws Him Into a Feverish Tre
mor and Only His "Wife and
Doctor Sec Him.
VIENNA, May 31. Information has
been received from wcll-nuormcd Russian
sources in St. Petersburg that the Czar
Is ill with fever at the palace, and that
no one but his private physician Is per
mitted to see him.
The effect of the evil news from the Far
East on him has been very' bad. While
reading the official telegrams from the
commander-in-chief at Vladivostok, he
trembled violently, repeatedly crying out
that Jt was all over with Russia. After
wards he retired to his room and sent fcr
his physician, who had great difficulty in
Since then no one has been permitted to
see him except the Czarina, who Is doing
her best to cheer him.
RIOTIXG IS REXEWED AT LODZ
Strikers Storm Hospital and Arc At
tacked by Cossacks.
LODZ. Russian Poland. May 30. The
strike here Is extending. About 33.000
workmen are now out. A police sergeant
was shot and killed In the street? during
the night, and the manufacturers are
urgently appealing for government pro
tection. Six hundred workmen attempted to
storm" the Red Cross Hospital, believing
that one of their comrades wounded In to
day's rioting was lying there dead. Cos
sacks were summoned and fired on the
workmen, wounding five of them seriously
and several slightly.
Several thousand troops have arrived
from Warsaw. The situation is critical
and several manufacturers- have fled to
Warsaw, while the mobs prevented others
leaving. There- Is no meat In the city
and poultry ls at famine prices.
St. Petersburg Bourse Steady.
ST. PETERSBURG. May 30. The Bourse
showed no signs of panic today. Fours
again closed at J3".
KING ALFONSO IN PARIS
Cheered by Crowds as He Drives Be
tween Lines of Troops.
PARia May 30. The royal train bear
ing King Alfonso of Spain for a week's
visit arrived this afternoon. President
Loubet. accompanied by the Cabinet,
greeted the King as he descended, while
batteries of artillery thundered a royal
salute of 101 guns. A large force of
troops rendered military honors, and the
vast assemblage gave an enthusiastic pop
ular greeting to His Majesty, who was
dressed in- the full uniform of a Spanish
Captain-General. He entered a state
coach with M. Loubet. and was escorted
by a regiment of cuirassiers to the
D'Orsay Palace, where sumptuous apart
ments had been prepared for him.
The drive through the avenue du Bols
de Boulogne and the Champs Biysees pre-
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Store Closed Tomorrow Opening Day Lewis and Clark Exposition
scntcd a brilliant spectacle. Double lines
of troops were stretched from end to end
of the avenues, holding back the cheer
Ins crowds. The King graciously ac
knowledged the ovation by waving his
hand in a boyish manner. Everywhere
the street decorations were strikingly
beautiful, with red and yellow flowers and
flags symbolizing the colors of Spain.
A slight incident occurred in the Avenue
du Boise de Boulogne, when an individual
shouted "Long live monarchy!" A squad
of police immediately pounced upon the
man and carried him off.
Later the King exchanged visits with
President Loubet. Tonight the President
gave a gala dinner at the Blysee Palace
in honor of His Majesty. In the course
of the dinner the King and the President
exchanged cordial toasts.
Throws a Sop to Yellow Peril.
BERLIN. May 30. Emperor "William
today bestowed the Order of the Black
Eagle on Prince Arisugawa, who will
represent the Emperor of Japan at the
wedding of Crown Prince Frederick,
and conferred the Red Cross medal on.
'Dumbarton Arrives lu Japan.
JAPANESE PORT. May . 59. Arrived
about May 2S, steamer Dumbarton, fronr
Portland. Or., for Yokohama.
seconds. He had a handicap of 54 min
utes. The time prize was won by Eugene
Battaille in 1 hour, 8 minutes and 30 seconds.
Anne Jane No, Clara, you aren't pretty.
But I suppose the young man who call upon
you tells ou you are the most beautiful
woman In the world. Clara Yes, but It Is
after I have lowered the saslljht. Boston
yHofsess Wins Bicyclo Race.
NEWARK. Nt- J., May 30. The annual
Irvington-MIItourn 25-mIIe bicycle road
race was won today by William Hofsess.
of Roselle, N.'J., in 1 hour. 12 minutes, S3
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