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GOVRS TK MORNINQ FIILO ON THI LOWEi COLUMBIA
VOLUMK LX NO. l.rl
ASTORIA, OR KG ON, MONDAY, OCTOBER 23,1905
PRICE FIVE CENTS
Two Disasters Occur on
ONE BODY RECOVERED
Collisions Are Responsible
theLoss of Life In Both
SIX DROWNED AT BEVERLY.N.J.
Cat Boat la Run Down by a Tug at
Yonkeri, N. Y, and Five Men Perish
in the Water While the Tut Steami
Rapidly Away Names Found in Boat
lU-mlv, N. .1., M. 22. A Iuiiik-Ii con
(.lining ti n men, all 1'liilinlclphiau, col'
li.l.'d uitli a barge in the I kin ware riv
'i iitr I lii place, lute tliio afternoon, r
Milling in the drowning of wveli of the
mv!,iiiiU uf the little ImhiI. 1 lie other
three were reviled by a clew of the
liinlxi.it Hii"t"l, which wa towing the
1M i (fi when the accident lavurrcd.
The launch liiie.l by eight men.
The day wa nt near Crowdcn on the
IViinnyKania ilc of the tiwr. , start
Imllie iniiile late ill the afternoon.
Opposite thi iluce the luuiicli met the
I UK Miilol, lowing liaige to llorden
town. X. .1.
Whether the captain aw the barge I
not known, but ncveSdc, he att
telliiteil to eros the t t stern. The
captain of the tut; hailed him and tried
to prevent him from doing mi. The cap
In in of the launch wa tii ml iiif at the
wheel an she went mound the stern of
Die tug. The hawer of the tup; struck
and knocked him ovciIhmihI. Before an
other nicmla-r of the pally could take
Ihe wheel to nicer, the liargc struck
the finil ImhiI amidships, capsizing it.
The launch rolled under Ihe Imtge and
the ell punts went with it. The cap-,
tain of the tug put alsiut mid went to
Hie iecue. lie and his clew threw nqie
and life preserver to the struggling
men in the water. hot were nimble, to
live only three.
FIVE DROW ED AT YONKERS.
iouth Hudaon Boat Club Membera Hear
Criea for Help.
Vmiker. X. Y.. M. J2. Kive per-fcini-s
the ImhIv of one lutvlnjf U-en re
overod, are helieved to have Imi-ii
liowncd tod ii v liy the ruiiuinu; down of
a cat ImhiI ly the tug olT South Vonker.
The memlH-r of Ihe South lludmin
lloat Cluli heard erica for help out on
the river and in the heavy mit that
prevailed were aide to make out the
outline of the rapied aaillmat and a
Inx running rapidly down the river.
The die ii'iied In-fore the yauhU
men, who put out to the remue in ft row
Ixiat reached the rat boat. Aboard the
lawt wax found a lift of name which
proved to lie thoee of the party who
had gone aaillng in the boat. They were
Kdward Neleon, owner of the boat, hi
eteward, TW-nJamin P. Simwon, and Carl
ThompMon, all of South Yonkera.
Tlii evening the body of llenHon waa
TROOPS ARE DEMOBOLIZING;
BANKS ARE REOPENING
Harbin, Manehurla, OnL- 22. Now
that the ratification of the pear treaty
baa been announced and permiaason haa
lieen given to telegraph the fact, troope
ar being rapidly dcmoblliied. All the
northbound traine are loaded with
found not fur tVun the scene of the
wreck, Nothing wax heard of the otlifr
lit a lull1 liour tonight.
PR0CSESS REACHES THE SOO.
Cleveland. O. IM. 22.-A telegram
wa received today by the captain of
I In ('origan licet, saving that th steam-
it I'mgre, missing for many days and
feared to have la-en sent to the lttom
dy the storm prrived at Hon late tonight
The Progrc carried a rrew of IS be
side the captain. No marine disasters
were reported to the life saving station
at Cleveland during the day.
BRITISH OFFICERS ARE
FREE THROUGH EXCHANGE
Valiente, Leader of the Anjeraa Banditi
la Among Hia Tribeamea
Tangier, Morocco, Oct. 22. The scout
hip Pathfinder arrived here today with
Captain (rowther arid lieutenant Mut
ton, tin Hiiti-li officer captured ly
MoriH-can tiihemuen, on hoard.
The lilierittiou of the olllcer wn ef
fected through the good office uf the
She reef of Waxuifl, and in exchange for
Brigand Valiente, a brother of wlm
headed the Aiiji-rau trilasmcn who
milde the cilplure.
Ill an interview Sheriff mi id there
wu no difficulty in effecting an ex
change of piinoiier and no rannoin wa
ked or ol her condition illlKiM'd.
The olllecr miid they were well
United , their captoli.
CAR BARNS HELD UP
Seattle Bandits Secure Street Rail
THIEVES MAKE THEIR ESCAPE
two Men ia EntineJRoom Are Bound
and Robbara Break Open Strom Boi
and Carry Away Ijoo ia IficktU and
Silver Coina of Small DeaominatioBa.
Seattle, (at 22,-Two bandit held up
the Madion atreet Miwer houe at an
curly hour thi morning and Ixmiid two
men in the engine room and car barn,
uftcr which they M-cure nearly $.VKI
The money i-onited of 25 nck of
nickel and nilver coin of Miiall denomi
mi t ion.
The xtrong Imix wa broken with a
hummer mid cliiel and the entire con
trlit were taken
The roblier cut the telephone wire
la-fore leaving the power houie and
made good their i"M'aM
There i no clue to their identity
MOTOR BOAT GOES OVER
DAM IN MUSKINGUM RIVER
M. J. Will'ameon, a Marietta Dentiat
Losea Hia Life Two Companiona
Miirid'tii, Ohio. Oct. 22.- While re
turning Jo tlnrictta from llevcrly thi
nioriiiiij'iii, ,i .lot or liont, 'M. J. Willinm
Non, tli-jl -M I'rolwte .lodge Nixon and
Will Srf11ick.on of a wealthy oil pro
ilucer, Tvaut over the dam at l-owell, on
the MiiHkingum river, and WilluiiiMin
STORK BRINGS BABY NO. l.
IWrwick, Penn., (Vt.' 22.-tjurton (Jnr
riaon, of thi city, ia reiid Ing eot.gratu
lationa on the birth of hia twenty ighth
child, a lmiiming daSiglitcr. II 'a 03
year old and haa been inarri t'
troope and equipment. The Rubho
Cliineae bank ia preparing to reopen
fitinrr branches along the line south
on the Manchurian railroad and are
aranging to etablih agendo at Dalny,
Port Arthur, Ylnkow, Mukden and Tie
LIVELY DUEL IN
Passengers Lie Flat to Es
cape Flying Bullets
THREE MEN ENGAGED
When the Revolvers A-e Empty
Men Clinch and Use Weapons
FIGHTERS ARE ALL WOUNDED
While the Bullets Were Flying the Mo
tormaa Was Running Hia. Car at Top
Speed and Ringing His Gong and the
Conductor Waa Wildly Calling Police.
Xew Yoik.OcL 22. Three men fought
a duel with pUtoN on an Kighth avenue
car today and all of them wnre eeriou-
While tiie light wa U-ing waged -M-n!rcr
lay Mat on the lloor to eai-aj
the howrr of bullet
Thoma O'Hrien, a truckman, jumjied
alxwud the car at Thlrty firnt atreet,
and clapping a revoKer to the conduct
or' head, ordered him to run the ear at
full H-ed a he waa punned by a gang
who intended to kill him. A moment
later two more men leaped on the ear
and a lacked the ftrt, all three uing
revolver. When the weaHn were
emptied, they clinched, and fought with
the butt of their piitlol.
The car iru'licd along the avenue, the
mot or inn n pounding hi gong and the
conductor (.limiting for iolice, a far a
Twenty-MXth atreet, where everal po
licemen lioarded the car and neized the
three combatants ull of whom were too
badly injured to offer rei-tance.
O'Mrien wa found to have received
a bullet In the neck. Hi aailant
gave the name of Henry Prang and
Thoiini Sullivan. The former wa ahot
in the neck and the latter in the leg and
arm. The three men were taken to the
OTHIen refused tii explain why the
other two attacked him. The iolice
think the affray i the outcome of a
feud in the notorious Vet Side gnng.
NANSEN VISITS DENMARK
His Mission Believed to Be in Connec
tion With Norwegian Throne.
riiMnliiigen, Denmark, Oct, 22. Some
excitement wa caued here by the mid
den arrival of Kridtjof Xanen, the
Arctic explorer. It i anpponed be come
on a miHim from the Norwegian !ov
eminent to review the ilillieiiltie in the
way of aii-eptance by Prince I'harle of
Denmark of the throne of Xorway.
He immediately conferred with vari
on member of the. ministry and had
an Interview with Trince Charle, who
i credited with Wing avere to accept
ing the throne tinle hi candidacy i
aupported by a Xorwegnn referendum.
TWO KILLED AND EIGHT
INJURED IN AN ACCIDENT.
Street Car in Indiana Strikes a Wagon
loaded With People Returning
From the Country.
Indiamipoli, Oct 22. Two children
were killed and eight person injured,
three probably fatally, in a crossing ac
cident, near Southport tonight, when a
car on, the Indiamapoli, Columbia &
Southern Traction road struck ft wagon
loaded with people returning from the
A ahurp curve hid the wagon from the
view of the niotorman until too late to
stop the car:
SUNDAY PROVED TO BE.
DAY OF MANY CASUALTIES.
Explosion of Gasoline Launch on the
Mississippi River Probably Caasea
Loss of Four Lives.
St. Lou!, Mo., Oct. 22.-A ganoline
launch containing four paw-nger, in
making it fir-t trip on the Miiippi
River, exphxl'-d thi afternoon 14 rale
below thi city and two of the pmteng
er are believed to be drowned. The
nher two are probably fatally burned.
The exploion i aid to have been oc
casioned by a leaking gasoline pipe.
IDENTIFICATION OF ELLIS'
ASSAILANT IS POSITIVE
He Ia Milton Franklin Who Is Wanted
ia Colorado Springs for the Mur
der of Bessie Bouton.
Ilerkeley. Cat., Oct. 22. The aWlute
identification of the man who lured Wil
liam Kllis. the Australian horseman, to
the house in llerkeley and then murder
ously asaultcd and roblied him, a
Milton Franklin, wanted in Colorado
Spring fur the murder of liessie 15ou
ton. was contained in a letter from the
Chief of Police of Colorado Spring re
ceived today by Marshal Vellmer of
The woman companion of Andrew i
declared with certainty to lie Xulda
Pet re Oliva, a French Canadian, form
erly living in TliifTalo, Xew York, Mon
treal, or Toronto. '
RAILS AGAINST FATE
Cunliffe Denounces James Missett
HAS TO CUT OUT CIGARETTS
la an Interview With a Local Paper the
Express Robber Saya That' H Did
Not Offer Detective Even Forty Cents
to Let H jn Go Plans Went Wrong.
Pittsburg, Oct. 22. Edward (I. Cun
litre, the express mlilier, in a long in
terview given to a local paper denies
l hut he took the odd lltNJU with which
he is charged, iu addition to the $100,000
package, and states that his object in
going to ltridgcport, Conn., was to ob
tain employment on one of the oyster
Imats of the iridgcioit fleet, but that
the plan wa frustrated by the fact that
the boat are not working on account
of some laWr trouble.
He indignantly denied that he fur
nished a Ilridgi'iort woman money to
rent a flat, saying that he spent hi
time in reading about and listening to
comment on the robliery instead of
rovsterng around the tenderlon dstrict.
II shipped iMO.iioo in suit case to
Bristol, he said in care of the Expres
Company, figuring on that as the most
unlikely place the detectives would
search and when questioned a to the
ll.iMK) still missing he evaded a reply
by railing against the fate which led to
the discovery of the W0,000.
CunlilTc denounce James Missett of
llridgeport, who informed the Pinker
tons of hi whereabouts a a ''knock
er" and aaid he made preparations to
skip immediately after meeting with
Missett, but was detained by an attack
He vigorously denied offering Detec
tive Arnold $-10,000 or even 40 cents, as
he put it. Eisenman, to whom he en
trusted a bundle containin $0500 also
came in for a scoring from Cunliffe, who
concluded, "well they cant hang me."
For the first day in 20 yeare Cun
liffe has not smoked a cigarette and he
is very nervous tonight. The rules of
Allegheny County jail forbid the ue of
WILL PRESENT ULTIMATUM.
Vienna. Oct 22. It is reported that
the power intend to present a joint
ultimatum to the Turkish Government
on account of tluir resistance to their
financial control of Macedonia and if
the ultimatum is disregarded the (low
ers will make ft naval demonstration.
TRAFFIC AT A
Seven Lines Out of Mos
cow Tied Up.
CITY FEARS A FAMINE
Employes of General Offices and
Financial Departments Forced
to Quit Work.
MAY RENEW FACTORY STRIKES
Revolutionists Show Their Ability to
Lay Their Hands on the Throat of the
Nation's Commercial Life Business
on Seven of Nine Linea Is Paralyzed.
Mum-ow (at. 21. Traffic on seven of
the nine trunk arteries of commerce ra
diating from Mocow are completely
paralvzcd Uslar by the railroad strike
and the ctiiium-rcial heart of Russia ha
la-en shut on from all communication
with the rest of the Empire except with
the Harrow section to the Xorthwest-
ward, including St. Petersburg and the
llallie Provinces. I
Though the Oovernment ordered the
railrmid battalion of the army to pro
ceed to Moscow- and take the places of
the striker for the purpose of restoring
tratlic. the revolutionist by a sudden
and unexiK-cted blow have shown their
ability to lay their hand on the throat
of the Xation's commercial life.
The employe of four railroads struck
today and the only line running over
the Xicholui road to St. Petersburg and
over the Windau and Rybinsk roud to
l'iga and other Baltic port are open.
The strikers today forced the em
utoves of I lie mineral nfTice and finnn-
I.BS . . . .
cmt department oi tne uiree lines io
quit work. The city i already feeling
the ehYct of a milk and meat famine
and in a few day the continuance of
the strike will cause serious embarrass
ment, and even suffering, to the popula
tion. A renewal of the factory strike i
not improbable. . An important develop
ment today was the strike on the Hrest
l.itovskv railroad, which runs to Smol-
leiisk. Minsk and Warsaw and carries
! International traflic from Warsaw, from
Austria, and other pints of Eu
Communication with points
abroad, however, is still ocn by the
I way of St. Petersburg and lVkolT. Few
disorder are reported.
rort land. Oct. 22. Portland,
San Francisco, 0-0.
San Francisco, Oct. 22. Seattle.
Oakland, 3 3.
Lo Angeles, Oct. 22. Iai Angeles. 2;
Rome. Oct. 22. The monument to
Tope Piu X., subscribed fiHiy the
Catholics all over the world, - unveil
ed thi morning et Riese, a H village
in the Venetian Provig v ere the
an Prima" v ere
i. ;ii: : rc
Poe was Iwrn. Hi ' J repre
Hcnted in the a.- af J ig the
HI ID IN RUSSIAN CHURCHES
St. reterslm. . Vt. 22. Service of
wa held tod .
es wexe celebr.
conclusion of peace
n all the churches
.ire and festal mass-
KILLED AT FOOTBALL
John C. Gcndero, Another Victm of the
WilJamatic. Conn., Oct. 22. John C.
fSondero, aged 27, died Unlay a a re
ul of an injury received in a football
game at Jewett City yesterday. Oon
dero, it i said, wa in no condition to
play the game.
After a Hcrimmage he lay on the
ground unconsciou and wa taken to a
hotel where he died. The doctor state
that cerebral hemorrhage caused hi
SIMPSON'S CONDITION CRITICAL.
Wichita. Ka., Oct., 22. Ex-Congre-man
Simpon had a severe hemorrhage
this morning ami a light one later in the
day. While he revived from the effect
to some extent, attending physicians
fear he can not live through the night.
He is still conscious.
L0UBET .LEAVES FOR MADRID.
Pari, Oct. 22. President Loubet left
Pari for Madrid thi afternoon, ac
companied by Premier Rouvier, to re
turn the recent visit to France of King
The departure from Orleans station
was made the occasion of an enthus
iastic demonstration by enormous
crowd. The presidential train left
imidst sustained cheering and a salute
liy a guard of honor.
RESTS FOR ONE DAY
President Roosevelt Spends Sun
day at St, Augustine.
HE MAKES FEW STOPS T0DAE
After a Salt Water Bath at Anastasu
Island Chief Executive Appeared to
Be in Excellent Condition to Tackle
Hard Work Now Lying Before Him.
St. Augustine, Fla., Oct. 22. Presi
dent Roosevelt started tonight for a
tour through Alabama. He left St.
Augustine at 9 o'clock and was schedul
ed to make no stop of any length until
he reaches Mobile tomorrow afternoon
at 4:30 o'clock.
Hi day in St. Augustine was a quiet
one. He attended sen ices in the Pres
byterian Memorial church at II o'clock.
The church was crowded. At the con
clusion of the services the President
was taken for a short drive about the
After luncheon the President and
party drove to Fort Mertion. where they
boarded a launch and went to Anast
asia Island. Here the party donned
bathing suits and had a bath in the salt
water. The President greatly enjoyed
hi huth and seemed in excellent con
dition to tackle the hard work which
lies la-fore him thi week.
Pinner was served at a hotel tonight,
after which the President drove to the
St. Augustine still has many visitor
today attracted by the visit of the
President. A large crowd lingered
aroiuMd the hotel all day, anxious to
catch a glimpse of him. He received but
few visitor, however, and got consid
erable rest, of which he stood much in
This week will end his trip. After vis
iting Mobile tomorrow he will spend
Tuesday at Tuskogee, Montgomery and
Birmingham. Wednesday at Little Rock,
Ark., and Thursday at New Orleans,
leaving that evening on the Govern
ment vessel for Washington.
The emperor's rescript announcing
peace was read by the court and the
celebration held in Kazan cathedral in
St. Petersburg, was attended by officer'
and other high functionaries.