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VOLUME LX NO. 167
ASTORIA, OREGON FtU DAY, NOVEMBER 101905
PRICE FIVE CENTS
Thousands That Should
Have Been Counted.
BOXES IN NORTH RIVER
Picked Up By Tug and Delivered
(o Attorney General
( JEROME AND MAYER AT WORK
Hearst Bgua CootMt Wbn lit Learn
ed of Printing of Ballots With Which
It it Alleged Ballot Bom Wtr to
New York, Nor. 9. A statement is
sued from Hearst's besdquartcrs lu
tonight atatee that an lamination of
the defective ballot show that mora
than MOO whkA should bar Wo
counted fur thr Municipal Owncrihp
candidate. It Ja asserted that tbew la!
lot were marked with a ctom beneath
th Man id pal Owaerahlp emblem, and
in a circle oeer Jerome's name,
Hearst aaja that the ballots ahnuld
be counted, pending the judicial decision
of their validity. II asserts that if
ttas had bora 'counted, he would bt
elected without fbe recount of the en
Attorney General Mayer atated to
night that be had recelred Information
of the recovery, In the North river, of
certain ballot boxte 'used in th election
Mayer refused to dicua the matter
further thait to eay it ire alleged the
boxes had been pkked up by a tug. lit
ballot boxea aaid U have been etok-a
yand discovered tonight, were take to
Jvnmn1' office and closely examined.
HEJLBST got wise
Huid That Ballott War Brag Printed
nl Beg Conttat
New York, Nor. .The context over
the mayorallty election inaugurated by
W. H. llcarat develoed aeveral Interrat
Ing and epectacular feat urea today. For
twelve hour boxea, containing nearly
AOO.iHX) ballot nut Tuesday choked
the etmta in the vicinity of the. head
quarter of the Ittiard of Klei-tiona.
Ikixea were gathered during tlw night
by tha police and conveyed in patrol
wagon to election board' hcadijuar
lerx. ThT' the olllidulai refuel to re
ceive the Intxea and the police, acting
under the order of thV court had
nothing to do but remain out hide and
awiiit the pi aure of the election oflk-l-ala.
Voorhia Compelled to Accept
ApprUed of the altuation, "llenrat'a
attorney apx-ared before .liixtie Dick
ey of the Stat Supreme Court, and ae
cured an order compelling President
Voorhia of the election board to ac
ivt the ballota. The order waa aervedj
promptly and the ballota receipted for
ENGLISH FLEET IN HUDSON
" FIRES SALUTE TP JHEI KING
J .iHrir York,
Ax BritUh w
L'K in unlaon
V t American
York, Nor. 9. At noon, today
rarahlpa In the Iludaon rir-
with double that number
men-of-war, fired the na
tional aaJute of 81 gun, In honor of
- a. - ..' .... . i a I a t J
ing Kdwaraa aixty-fourm mnnaay.
Itedecked from etem
Juttrrlng fligi, the
to atern, gaily
by the eltH-tinn board. I'ndcr strong
guard, the patrol wagon containing the
lxi were diiven to the varlou war.-hou--
in th! city and Brooklyn, and
stored subject ti the ordi-ra of tha
cl- t ion board. .
Mate Attorney Ueieral Mayer had an
iitix.iiatit conference with Ditriet At
torney Jerome, aft-r whfch It wat de
cided tlmt tha DMrk-t Attorney' of.
fic should retuafn open until midnight
SiiMiintrnii nt of election Morgan
apearei before Mayer anr Jerome with
bia ilipotlt and placed evidence be
fore the prosecuting official.
Citiiena' Union Will Join.
Ilia t'ilia-n'a I'nion today announced
It would join forre in Invalidating the
fraud and wrongdoing of thia flection,
ft' prime object being to Insure a new
eltH-Hon law in thia etate.
Atortvy General Mayer announced to
night that hia offk, and Jeronw't
would cooperate In the prosecution of
the off.-ne against trV elt-ction fran
chise. Hie Attorney General haa re
ceived large bundle of auhpocnaca from
the District Attorney, and immediately
put election drputica at work aerving
them. The charge art that aeveral bal
lot boxea were atolen before tha n tuma
were reported, and othert found uneal-
ed, made during tin day. The invent!
gat ion promise to ba the moat thorough
ever made in New York City.
Mayor MCVIIaJt toly engaged conn-
el, among them lein Judge, Alton D.
ParVr, Democratic candLlaU for the
prreidenry in 1904.
Boiei Taken tt Tha Bureau
New York, Nov. 9-Renaionet IVvel
opinent followed rapidly thin mornig.J
in the fight of William It. llcarat to
craaUet the- aaayoraltr election of do.
B. Mcf'h-llan. Having aecured kat night
an order from fnatice Oaynor, In Drook
lyn, directing tha police department to
deliver the ballot boxea to. the Board
of Flection forthwith, Hearat man loat
no time in di-paUhing fifty automobile
carrying men armed with the court'
order, to tha varioua police atationa,
where they demanded the ballot boxea
In mot initancea the offlitra in charge
at polk atationa directed that the box
ea be placed la patrol wagon and each
lot, guarded by Iva policemen, waa hur
rled to Ua ofllce of the Board of Klec
tiona at 784 Greenwich atreet
Moantlmt other Ileant men had gone
to the home of John R. Voorhea, Pmi
oVnt of tha Board of Klectiona, at 112
Weal Forfy-aecond atreet and aaked him
to Immediately go to hia office.
Voorhea Refuaea to Co.
Prealdent Voorhea waa aurpriaed at
til' Mremptnry demand and waa quick
ly informed of the court' order. I-ater
ha appeared at a window and addnme-
ing the llcarat men who fairly aur-
rounded hou, aaid that he would not
go to the ollloi of the Bureau of Kit e
lion at auch an unreasonable hour but
that he would appear at hia office and
open the name at A o'rhx-k, the umihI
At 3 o'clu k thia morning wagnna aTnl
automobile filled with ballot boxea,
poliee idllecra and llcarat wather, lie
gnn to arrive at tlie otlice of the Hoard
of Klectiona, and an hour later (ireen
w iih Street in that vkinity waa fairly
I'nable to get rid of thHr charge
there waa nothing for the police to do,
but await t'i opening of the office and
everyone of the twelve lioxo Wer guard
ed by live policemen, making a moat
impreaxive array of oftlcera. At the
morning advanced the balance of. the
Hi MM) boxea continued to arrive and
Hearst watchere a numeroue a the
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tended four milea up
tha largest and moat
American naval force
riome or foreign port.
aadron ha anchored,
.'been busy n.-ceiving
Combatants Struggle tor
POLICE STOP BATTLE
Picks and Shovels Used
Revolver Shots Arc
BARRICADES ARE ERECTED
Two Hundred Men Employed by Can
adiaa Pnciftc and Hill's New North
Lin Eagagt in Conteit for Sight-f
Vancouver, B. C, Nor. 9. fir Hun
dred men employed by to Canadian Pa
cific Railway and th Victoria, Van
coarer and Eaatern, a Hill enterprite,
engaged in a fight today for supremacy
and right-of-way, orcr tbt dUputtd iec
tioa near Midway. ' ' r r
Picks and ahoral wtrt seed as wea
pons and sereral pistol shots were ex
changed, but th provincial police dia-
armoa id comoaunts Miort aayene
waa killed. Noa arr4ts bar) beajn
Barricadea bar been erected, and ad
vioea from tha arena late thia afternoon
are to the effect that further trouble,
much more eerioua In nature may be ex
pected during the night, a the engineers
of both companies are determined to
command the altuation by daylight to
SEMAINS All FOUND
Body of Allen Discovered Floating on
While Allle Geroy wat out hunting
along the Ohauna rirer. at Wilaon'a
bridge, near Seaaide yeaterday morn
ing, he aaw what he at first thought
was a turnip under the surface of the
water, but which, on inreatigation, prov
ed to be a man'e bead. He aummoned
help, and Uie body of John J. Allen,
who haa been missing einc October 23,
waa brought to the aurface.
On that date aome children returning
from achool found the fishing tackle of
the old man on the bridge. He evidently
fell Into the river, where hia body
caught on a wag.
In Allen's room, ahortly after he was
missed. Mr. Spencer, hia landlady.n
found a note, saying, "In case of acci-
dent, notify Mr. Jennie Allen, Bristol,
Mich." A letter waa sent at the time,
ami the woman proved to be the dead
man'e wife. A aon wrote that they were
unable to bring the body back to Mich
igan. Allen waa a member of the G. A.
R. pot at Bristol, but had not been
there for a number of year. He had
lived at Sside but short time. He
receive a pension of $17 a month, and
waa about 65 years old. Dan Moore, of
Hotel Moore had offered a reward of
23 for tlie recovery of the old man'aj
Coroner rohl was notified yesterday
and Deputy Coroner rohl left for Sca-
aide last evening. He will bring the re
main to thia city today. In the pocket
a watch and about $50 waa found.
DESIRE TO DESTROY
Herrlck TUs, Why. People Did Not
Vot for Him.
Columbus,' Nor. 0. Ciorernor Herrlck
tonight gave out a statement to the
Associated rres, on the subject of his
dcf'Wt in re-election as Governor.
Herrick docs not attribute his defeat
to the Republican party In Ohio, to ns-
tiona I raue or to mismanagement in
state affair a Ivmocrat, a He etate
it would appear
It waa due, acwrding to the Governor
to the general dnire to strike down or
destroy noun-thing. He say he regret
the defeat only 011 aount of the dis
appointment felt by thousand of Re
publican In the state, who supported
II he conclude by declaring he dis
charged th duties a Coventor with an
eye to, the best interest of the people
and aaya Se would do the same thing
CHARGED WITH MURDER, -
Kantaa Cty, Nov. 9. Austin Francla
waa piday formally charged with the
murder of Winona Newton, the 15 year
old girl found dead here on November
4th. Francis waa the girl'a aweetbeart.
KING EDWARD CELEBRATES.
London, Nov. 0. King Kdwsrd ecle
brated hia 04th birthday today at Sand
ringham. Congratulatory telegram
were) at-ceived from all parte of th
world. The usual salut were fired
and the customary ceh-brationa held in
Great Britain and Uie colonie.
NEW CARDINAL TO BE CH0ES.
Rome, Nor. 9. At the Vatican it i
considered proliabW that Archbishop of
Westminister will be chosen as the fifth
Cardinal at the next consistory.
BELL DEFEATS PARR. .
Buffalo, Nor. Fred Bell, of Wia-
consjn, tonight defeated. Jim rarr, me
EnglUh wrestler in two straight fall.
Time: 27:30 and 8:00 minutes.
Insurance Investigation Commit-
U Wants to Know.
KEEPER ON, WITNESS STAND
Maintained by Officers of Mutual tlf
and Vouchers for "Legal Erpease,
"Travtling EJrpenses', and "Suneritt
Show Monty Expended. , . '
New York, Nor. 9. The houee at Al
bany, whk-h the testimony before the
Insurance Investigating Committee, has
heretofore shown was maintained by Uie
funds of the Mutual Life, was given
some attention by Counsel Hughes to
day. Michael P. Mullaney, caretaker of
the house Identified a number of vouch
ers for money received by him.
Some are purpported 'to be legal ex
ponsea, aome for traveling expenses, and
some lor sundries, aiullaner tesuned
that he waa not a lawyer and could not
explain why the voucher wens made out
to that item. Counsel Beck for the
Mutual Life, called Hughea' attention to
to the fact bhat all vouchers for the
maintenance of thia house had been
charged a legal expense. Hughe re
plied that it didn't explain the item
charged to railroad expense.
Mullaney Didn't Enow.
Mullaney did not know what the
sundries wen?, unices the supplies were
meant. He had made several trips to
New York, to see A. C. Fields, station
ery agent of Una Mutual, who alao look
ed' after legislative matters.
President Ilngcmsft, of the Metropoli
tan Life and his actuary, occupied a
large part of today's proceeding. Ilage
man in Uie courw of hia testimony said
hia salary waa $100,000, the same as
President McCall's of New York Lifts.
He also stated that the salary of Tic
President Fink waa $75,000; thst of Sec-
ion d Vice President, Gaston $37,500, and
Third Viae President, Ay res, $16,250.
TROPHY FOR BALLOON CONTEST.
Paris, Nor. 9. James Gordon Bennett,
according to a telegram received from
Naples f ill offer a sllrer trophy r slued
at $5000, for the annual International
balloon contest at Berlin next May.
TltOOPli . FIGHT
Liquor. Crazed So!diers;Z;:r;tL'r
Revolt at Cronstadt.
CITY PANIC STRICKEN
Cossacks Engage in Hunting
Down and Capturing
MANY YET UNSURRENDERED
Heavens Reflect blare of
dering Fires and the Inhabitants are
Fleeing From the City St Petersburg
in Furor of Excitement. ,
CronaUdt, (Midnight), Msny of Uie
workingmen snd civilian population
haa fled or i trying to leave the city
and Uie docks are piled high with
Fire are still glowing and stores and
are toarteaV r e4 U tw - p -
.suiting w nir n. tamigm tarn
II- ai . . . .
majority of the mutineer hare sarread-
ered, aeveral hundred are yet entreetta-
ed la Uie eaatem sectoa of Uie town.
They hare thrown up barrcades bat are
surrounded and machne guns are post
ed all through the streets leading to
their stronghold. It is expected the re
mainder will surrender tomorrow.
IN FURORE OF EXCITEMENT.
Maty False Reports AJoat at tha Capi
SV Petersburg, Nor. 10. Thia city
haa been In a furor of excitement all
da and lata inU U sight over the
Sew of the .mtiny at Cronstadt, Every
f the Oagsexaied reports of Uie
affair 'metre 4 given credence in
many quarters snd aSalf of Uie inhabit-
ants at tha capital bare believed it suc
cessful j that troops sent from here had
joined the revolt j that Uie entire garri
son of St. Petersburg would follow to
day; that Cronstadt had been burned
to the ground together with the sur
The place ia represented as being in
the hands of 8000 sailors who murdered
their officers, seised the arsenal and
bombarded Uie Imperial palace st Pet
erhof. The butchery wss said to have
prevailed bt all the street and rumors
even went to the extent of saying thst
Father John of Cronstadt had left the
bed on which he was dying to lesd the
mutineers. , t
Sensational Reports False,
Many sensational reports were entire
ly false, but sufficient details were re
ceived to prove that about 3000 sailors
and a battalion of arillery from one of
th eforta, indulged in mutiny; which re
quired about 7000 Cossacks and troops
of the Imperii guard to put down, and
mat macnine guns wvit euipiuyra.
PITT PREDICTED WAR BUT
BALFOUR PREDICTS PEACE
London, Nor. 10. "A century sgay
Willian Pitt, standing where I , now
stand, ; today, predicted war. Today I
This was the text on which Premrr
Balfour based his speech concerning Uie
relations of Great Britain with) for
eign countries at Uie Lord Mayor's ban
quet la Guild hall tonight Mr. Balfour
Before the arrival of the troop, the
sailors, many of whom were drunk, had
set fire to the market and aeveral of
Uie house. About 200 sailor are at ill
holding out at midnight, and although
these are expected to surrender today,
the autihoritie became so alarmed that
another regiment waa dispatched to
Cronetadt at 1 o'clock thW morning.
The Governor at C'ronsUdt telegraphed
st midnight that the mutiny had bees
report to the effect that member of
the guard ba joined the mutineers, was
false, and that there waa no truth in th
VafWwST that sen it t Inua.. At..
!" V"r ant? ssaubiaiiTc; taenia STIXC lUV
arsenal and b fort.
CatualUeg Eatimated at soo. ,
The Governor gave no estimate of th
eaaualtiea. ' The correspondent of the
Axaoriated Pre hn t no U nrui;
aay officers estimate the casualties at
;200, which c-rtainly is very conserve
jtive in view of Uie report of the re
Ifugee. No attempt is made in gov-
1 eminent circle to minimize the serous-
e of Uie mutiny, and it i feared the
I mutiny will have a bad effect on the
nb of the troops, which are already
1 badly atiaken by the revolutionary pro-
I paganda. , - 4
Clergy Wants Peace Restored.
St. Petersburg, Nor. 9. The OrUwdox
clergy, under the dirwtion of the new
Procurator General, Prince Obolensky,
, bwued a stirring appeal to the provincial
priest to aid in Uie restoration of
peace to the country today. The docu
ment declaree the preats are unworthy
miniater of Chalk, if they stand idle
while Christians are murdering each
other and their "brothers, the Jews."
Witt Makes Appointment!.
h - t iwd-, V- o.t n
1 ' B .
ing appointment, to the new ministry
has been announced: . Ivan Shipoff,
Witte's sseistaat in, ministry of finance
and hie associate at Portsmouth, finance
ministerj M. Kutler, aeeistant minister
of. the interior, and mniater of agrieuL
ture; M. Tmuaaeff, aaaistant minister of
finance and minister of commerce M, .
Netnechaieff, minister em communicsv
tton, and M. Fkaaofoff, aontroUer of tha
empr. : , '
TROOPS HAVE TJPPEX HAND
Fighting Ceased ia Streets and Twa
Cronstadt, Nor. 9. The heavens re
flected Uie glare ef th smoldering
fires, as the Associated Press correapond
at approached Oonivtadt tonight.
Lpon landing, however, inquiry re-
realed the fact Utat troops and loyal
sailors, apparently had the upper hand.
riguung naa oraaea u tne sireeu awl
Use town was quiet, but fear are ex
pressed of trouble later oa.
Tonight patrols are engaged In hunt
ing down and capturing the mnUneer.
The Outbreak started yesterday whp
the sailors of the Seventh Fort Equip-
page, revolted and lulled some of their
Troops Plunder Spirit Shops.
They marched out to the barracks and
immediately plundered four epirit shops.
Crated with liquor, they returned, seized
their arm and vnt on a rampage, fir
ing promiscuously upon troops sod loyal
Later they were joined by many of
their comrade. Firing continued from
midnight till thia morning when the
terror-stricken inahbitant began to flee
The lowest estimates placed upon the
dead is at fifty. Several regiments of
trops with machine guns from St Pet
ersburg and Oranienbaum, landed today.
and Whitelaw Bi id, the Americas Am
bassador, who replied to the toast,
"TVir Excellencies, Foreign Minister,
vied with each other In pleasant word
for th credit of their respecUv coun
tries as the leader among Uie advocate
for arbitration. The Premier' refer
ence.to Russia waa In a particular fy
happy rein. '
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