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UBLItHIt PULL AStOOIATIO PHIS ftlPORT
COVERS THC MORNINQ FIELD ON THE LOWER COLUMBIA
VOLUMK LX NO. ISO
ASTORIA, OK KG ON, SUNDAY, OCTOHKK 22, 1905
PRICE FIVE CENTS
Many Disasters Occur on
the Great Lakes.
iviitvT rnrnr to t apt
E1U IKE IKCVt O LUM
Bartfe Tasmania Goes Down
Carrying Eight Men tot
STEAMER SIBERIA FOUNDERS
News of Death and Disaster Continues
to Pour in From Lake Ports Twenty
one Per tone Ate Known to Be Deed
and Forty-two Veiets are Wrecked.
t hicago, 'N-t. 221. I.ter Muni
fiom the storm which swept over t lit
(ileal Ikr fur 3(1 hour, subsiding this
morning, inert) t known death lint
to 21 and the number of vel ot or
damaged to 42.
Several small craft are miing end It
i feared iht death lit will grow larger.
Eight Men Lose Their Lives.
( level ml, O, (N't. 21. The steamer
Bulgaria drought new thi afternoon of
the Ions of the largo Tasmania off Fe
lee Island, I.ake F.ric, in Friday's storm.
Th entire crew of right men wa lost.
The Tasmania ami tin' barge Aotilunrl,
were in tow of the Bulguria. The storm
came up suddenly, the wind howling
ami sweeping around the boat, which
wrie tossed alxmt at tin viill of the
It m lumn ht'n thut thf I in' Ix'twccn
tlir Ashland and the Tasmania iiiunI lie
rut. Thin wa aivomplishcd by one of
ihe crew. Thi wait tin1 last seen of
the Tasmania, which, it would appear,
Mink at omr.
Siberia Founders on Canadian Shore
Buffalo. X. Y., 'N-t. 221. -The steamer
.SiU'iin Iruin Cleveland, foundered on
thf Canadian shore of I-nke Kric this
aflrrniHin. Cutnin lia-rihtttn and crew
win- rescued and brought to Buffalo.
The. SilMTta wa ImfffU'd ly terrible
storm yesterday and sprung u l-k while
Captain Hi'tihaiii wan trying to got tin
(I it the lif of 1-ong Point.
An inrush of water came through thi
sides, and ton of water shipped by the
ntcunier iit out thf flrt- ami the crew
i forced In lake to thf lifeboat when
thf vessels' deck were awash. Thf
steamer sank in alxtut 25 fret of water.
Schoner Alts a Battered Hulk.
Marquette, Mich, M, 2I.-The
schooner Altu i a linttm-fd hulk on the
rock -bound coast of (irund Hum!. The
crew wax rescued in an exhausted con
The schooner Olga, dismasted and
rudderless, ia lying at anchor off Pio
tured Rock. Tho crew in safe.
,Both boat parted from the steamer
Myern during the recent storm and it
Man believed they had foundered.
FOOTBALL RULES MUST BE
MODIFIED OR GAME MUST GO
Hcrkeley, Cal, Oct. 21. At college
liontire tonight, President Benjamin Ide
"Wheeler of the University of California
made statement that rules of football
nould have to be modified or the game
would have to go.
The President gave aa hi reasons
that the highly specialized training,
eostly equipment, unnecessary chances
NEW STYLE UNIFORM FOR
WELL BEHAVED PRISONERS
Only Refractory Convicts to Be Com
pelled to Wear Stripes st Salem.
Salem. (Nt. 21. - Within the nrl few
day the prisoner at the penitentiary
will If garbed in new uniform of a
hlucgiay color, rnitiun the etrl. Thf
new uniforms are now being madf in
thf prion tailor shop.
Thf solid color uniform ) an inno
vation, and at the name time a com
ion to the MrllHichavrd priwmrra.
Hereafter only refractory inmate will
l ohtiged to ver the t rijn.
CHARGED WITH TREASON.
Writes Pamphlet Favoring Overthrow of
Itii'lM't, 'N-t 2l. Xemel I)eni', pri
vate aecretary to Huron Hunnfy former
premier, w arrented Uxlay clmrgfl
with high trraon. The arrent grow
out of the publication by Inc of a
pamphlet entitl)d "Hungariun Oil and
Hohenr.olh'rnH" in which the overthrow
of the Ilapkburgn and the ntahlinhmeiit
of a ilohenxollern dynimty in Hungary
in repreneuted an the only way to the
pnNM'rily of Hungary.
Karon Itannfy ha leen r(enly charged
with nnni'lioniug thf pnmphlct, but de
nied in mot poHitive tertnt any connec
tion with it.
It ntnted t tin t I lie jHilire M-iitl it
letter in Hiili'ify' luiridw riling in the
riMium of the author of thf pamphlet.
HELD BY TRIBESMEN
British Officers Captives of Moroc
NEGOTIATIONS FALL THROUGH
Scout Ship, Pathfinder, Hss Returned
to Tetuan Bay Being Unable to Com
ply With Fresh Demands Made by
Bandit Demands Not Made Public,
Tangier, Morocco, (N't. 21. Xegotia-
lion for the litaratiun of the Hrilinh
illii'cr. Captain Crowther and Lieuten
ant I latum, held liv thf .Moroccan trilie-
men, have liren broken off.
The Hcout hliiji, Pathfinder, which mtil
d Friil v with the brother of Valiente,
the lianilil, to rhVct nil exchange, ha
returned to Tetuan Hnv. It Lh dialed
that Valiente ninde frcxh demaniU
which the eommandcr of the ve-xel wan
unable to comply with. The nature of
the demand have not lieen niailo public.
FIVE MINERS ENTOMBED
Lose Their Lives by the Caving in of
a Utah Copper Mine.
Salt Lake City, (N't. 21- My the cav
ing ill of a Klojie ill the Highland Hoy
copper mine, at Itingham, I'tuli, five
men lout their live today.
The liixlirH will not be reached for
The ground at Itingham i generally
regarded a trenchernu, but the cue
of todnv' accident i not known.
MANILA FREE OF CHOLERA.
Manila, Oct. 21. For the pat aix
day Manila ha been free from chol
era. Fourteen eaae and 12 deaths oc
curred in the province during the pant
of serious injury and the small num
ber of the student body to whichiit ia
He believes the rule should Is? so
modified that many student now rele
gated to the bleacher would be able to
participate in the game, which he says
waa originally designed for exercise
and not solely for victory over a rival
Preslflent Addresses Peo
ple of Jacksonville.
Chief Executive Dwells on Im
portance of a Urge Navy to
Protect Interests on Carul
VISITS THE NEGRO ACADEMY
Entertained at Luncheon st the Semi
nole Club and Delivers a Short Ad
dressColored Students Entertain
Their Distinguished Guest With Songs
.lakonulte, Fla., 'N-t. 21. The re
ception Ut I'lChideiit Itooimvelt today
w.i n hi'iTly itc. T'.niiii.h Ciiong'.l
t!ic htiici n;i tl.e line of Mialili, ai.J
(lie l'n'iili iit kIiowciI in hi manner hi
appreciation of tlir gil will iuunifetel
on eeiy xiile,
After driing through the principal
treet the Preident wa tuken to the
Seminole club, where he delivered a
brief aildri' on good citieniihip. He
wa then driven to the Hoard of Trade
Auditorium where luncheon wa served.
After luncheon, the Prenident upoke to
the aembled crowd and in the coure
of hi remark dwelt on the strong nea
force that would be neceary for the
protection of the Panama cnnal. He
pointed out the great benefit the con
"traction of the canal would be to the
nation and paid hi rcccU to the lag
gard who would decry the enterprie.
The lVcHidcnt wa later driven to the
Xegro Haplit Academy where he de
livered a short addreo.
Precefding the apeech a brief cere
mony occurred in the nwmhly hall in
whic lithe student participated. Thi
conlted of singing a numWr of ong.
one of them entitled, ''You Are All
Right, Teddy," which caused the Presi
dent to smile broadly.
The President and party, after being
driven around town, left at ':4"t for St.
Augu-tine, where the train arrived IS
FOOTBALL GAMES YESTERDAY
Harvard Wins From West Point Cor
vallis Wins From Washington.
Vet Point, Vt 21. -lliti van! defeat
ed the West Point football team by a
score of G to 0 today, although the army
gained nearly twice as much ground a
their opponent did. Surprised by the
Wct Point' unexpectedly strong at
tack. Harvard wh in danger of defeat
until late in the game, when she sinn
ed on fumbles.
Oregon Defeats Washington.
Corvaliis, Oct. 21.-The Oregon Agri
cultural College team defeated the
Washington Agricultural College team
today by a score of 2! to 0. Oregon
crossed the Washington goal line four
time in the first half. The team work
of Oregon was so perfect and the as
sault were so resistless that Washing
ton was unable to hold the Orcgonian
Lo Angclc. Berkeley, 21 j Sherman
New Haven Yale, 12; Pennsylvania
Ann Arbor Michigan, 31 Nebraska,
Princeton Princctk'n, 22; Lafayette,
Abbott Wins at Golf.
Onrdcn City, I I, Ot, 21.-Bobert
Abbott of Yale today won the individual
Ji liain.iinlii) for International 'olf A-
wM'lation umIiiv by defeating KIihh
Kiiouli'n, al a Yale man, thre up and
two to pluy.
Pacific Coast Leaf a.
Portland, (N t. 21.- Portland, 2; San
lid Angelen, 'Nt. 21. 1 Angelea, 4;
San FraniWmo, Oct. 21-. Keattlf, 3;
The game wa called at the end of the
fifteenth inning on account of darkneiw.
SPAIN PREPARES TO
WELCOME FRENCH PRESIDENT
Loubet Will Be Received at Madrid ia
Madrid, 'Nt. 21. The city i superb
ly decorated in honor of President Lou
bet, who will arrive here Monday to re
turn King Alphmo' visit to France.
The meeting of the two ruler will
be the occasion of a notable national
demonxl ration and a series of brilliant
Husiness will lie practically suspended
for a week, corte prorogued till Oc
tober 27, and all elusm- and factions
uniting to welcome the French Prci
dent. Considerable political signi
ficance i atached to the visit owing to
the recent Fraiico-Spanih agreement
and reciprocation of the two countries
relative to Morocco.
Premier Itouvii-r is accompanying M.
Iotihct, which gives the trip a distinctly
Counsel for Cotton Conspirators
Makes Unique Argument,
WANTS INDICTMENT QUASHED
Claim Is Made that There Is No Such
Offense as Misconduct to Be Found in
Aty Act of Congress Would Fret
Haas and Peckham on Technicality.
New York, Oct 21. The President's
letter of acceptance of the nomination
for the presidency a year ago was quot
ed tislay by the eounel in behalf of
Moe Haas and Frederick H. Peck
ham, who were recently indicted by the
Federal Orand Jury on a charge of con
spiring with K. S, Holmes to defraud the
(loveinment by securing advance in
formation of the cot on r.poit.
The portion he quoted wa: "There is
no common law of the I'nilci! State
that can give the 'iovernmcnt juris
diction of an offense in tic Federal
The indictment alleged that Holmes
wa guilty of miconduct. The defense
contended that no such ofTense a mis
conduct can be found in any act of Con
gress, which alone could she jurisdic
tion to the Federal Court. The prosecu
tion diflared it an ofTeN' against the
common law of the District of Colum
bia. H was to controvert the latter
association the quotation was made. He
also contended that the Government was
not actually defrauded out of anything.
The decision on the motion to dis
charge Hao and Tcckbam v;i reserv
ed. BANK IS CLOSED.
San Francsco, Oct. 21. The United
Stte Hank A Trust Company was
closed today by the State Board of Bank
Commissioners, who announced that the
bank, with it two branches in thi cit
and it Alameda branch, were closed "to
prevent further waste," and until a court
of competent jurisdiction could pass
upon the matter of the institution's
MUST SERVE EIGHT YEARS.
Spokane, Oct 21. Harry Allen was
sentenced to eight years in McNeil's
Island penitentiary by Judge Whitson
in the United States Circuit Court this
morning for holding up and robbing the
posoffice at Camden, Wash,, last Novem
ber. Hi partner, George Wilson was
killed by a posse the day after the
Russia in the Throes of a
POLITICAL IN NATURE
No Trains Moving on Three Trunk
Lines Running Out
MAY ORDER OUT THE TROOPS
Socialist Leaders Claim Present Demon
stration Is but a Curtain Raiser to a
Thorough and Complete Tie-up of All
Railroads Early in January.
St. Petersburg. Oct. 21. The strike of
railroad employe assumed a serious as
X'ct today when with the three great
trunk lines out of Moscow tied up, and
other Moscow roaii embarrassed, the
trains stoppr-d running on the Ni.hui
The Pan Russian Union of Railway
Kmploycs has issued a call for a gen
eral strike on all the railroad of Rus
sia. The extent to which the call will
be obeyed remains to be seen, a the
Union is new and it strength an un
Up to midnight no additional tlrikes
had been reported.
A meeting of the St. Petersburg rail
way men was still in session at a late
hour tonight and had not reached a de
cision. The demand of the men are purely
political and are expected to last only
long enough to make a demonstration.
The Socialist leaders claim it i a cur
tain raiser to a thorough and complete
tie up of all the Russian railroad sys
tem in January as an object lesson
to the Covernment and Douma and that
it will be called off a soon a it is
seen that the strike machinery is work
The Government is prepared in case
the strike affects the Nieolai or Berlin
Vienna roads to order the mobilization
of the railroad battalions of the army
to keep up communication abroad.
HENRY LOGAN LOVES NOT
WISELY BUT TOO WELL
Oakland Deacon Must Answer to the
Charge of Abduction.
Salem, Oct. 21. Governor Chamber
luin granted a requisition from Gov
ernor Pardee of California, for Henry
A. Logan, the young church deacon of
Oakland, who eloped with Kthel Cook,
a 16-year-old girl.
A. Wilson. Captain of Police of Oak
land, who came up after Logan, said
thL was the. second .time Logan had
run away with a young woman since
his ' marriage.
The first offense was condoned by
Logan's wife, but this time Mrs. Logan
refuse to pardon her recreant spouse.
STOCKMEN COMBINE TWO
Denver, Colo, Oct. 21. Committees
representing the National livestock As
sociation and Amejricars Stockgrowers'
Association have reached an agreement
practically merging the two bodies. The
National Livestock Committee, whose
membership will be made up of the
producing interests and will be a gen
eral clearing house for all live stock and
RAILROAD MAN EXPLAINS.
General Agent For N. P. Tells Why
Portland Rates Are Low.
Seattle, (N't. 21. If. S. Fairchild and
I. C. Lawrence, member of the Board
of Railroad Commissioners, this after
noon called I. A. Nadeau, general agent
of the Northern Pacific here, for an ex
planation of the difference of 15 cents
in the freight tariff on) nierchaiwlii-4;
consigned to Portland, and that eon
signed to Eastern Washington via Port
land. Nadeau explained that water compe
tition to Portland caused the local tar
iff, and tbi competition wa absent
to Eastern Washington point.
MUST RUN INDEPENDENT
Provisions of the New Election Law
Causes Mix-up at Salem.
Salem. Oct. 21. Owing to the neg
lect, it is alleged, of the City Council
to notify the Recorder of certain pro
visions of the new election law, most of
the candidate for the next Council are
in danger of having to run a independ
ent", nominated by petition.
The primaries will be held November
4, and the time for filing nomination
expire tonight. None of the candi
date have filed, or even circulated their
petitions. A an alternative to having
the candidates run as independents, it
is suggested the Council may hav pow
er to extend the time for filing peti
tions, and it will be asked to do so
GO AFTER OFFICIALS
Directors of Defunct Bank to Be
POLITICIANS LIFTING NOTES
Directorate and Officers of Enterprise
National Bank to Be Prosecuted foil
Receiving Money After They Had
Knowledge of Bank's Insolvency.
Pittsburg, Oct, 21. It was stated to
night that an information would be laid
Monday or Tuesday against the officers
and directorate of the Enterprise Na
tional Bank, charging them with em
bezzlement in having received money
from dejioMtors when, it is alleged, they
knew the bank to be insolvent
Action, it is said, will be brought un
der an act which makes any officer of a
bank punishable for embezzlement, who
knowingly receives money when possess
ed of the knowledge of the bank's in
solvency. The Leader is authority for the state
ment that the politicians concerned are
lifting notes through the Bank of Pitta-.
burg. 1. P. Kohn, a stockholder of the
Enterprise National Bank, says the stock
holders will make up the deficiency and
that depositors will be paid in full.
NIAGARA FALLS RECEDING.
Ottawa, Ont, Oct. 21. It is said that
on the Canadian side Niagara Falls ha
receded 300 feet in the last 80 years. An
investigation will be made by the Inter
national Waterways Commission.
COLLINS IS EXTRADITED.
Victoria, B. C, Oct 21. After having
fought extradition for threes months,
ticorge D. Collins, wanted in San Fran
cisco to answer to the charge of big
amy was extradited tonight.
The committee is to appoint standing
committees from the various interest,
including packers and railways, the lat
ter, however, being given a minority
The details will be worked out later
and submitted to a joint convention im
this city on January 30, 1908.