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OOVIRt 7NI MORNINQ PIILD ON THI LOW! COLUMBIA
VOLUME LX NO. 170
Renewed Attack Upon Miss
Attacks Young Udy in Passive
to Hotel Stable Last
WRITES LETTER ASKING PARDON
Scrawl It Indited ob Lf of Kott Book
Dd Panned to Stable Door While Vic
tim Llca la Dad Faint at Eli Feet
Family ! Thoroughly Around.
last night about 6 o'clork Mint Belt
Itroemaer, daughter of Theodore Broem
er, of th Parker House, had a eond
encounter with tha mUmbl scoundrel
who attacked W la her father' hotel
month, or mora, ago. .
Phii waa engaged oa tha grand floor
of tha hotel ia aome honatwiaey dutle,
end finding a pan of apple piling rt
ting on tha pantry shelf, took It up and
started to go to tha alahla on tha North
end of th bow when waa kept th
boa bom, to fin lilm Uta peeling, la
order te raaek tha borM't UII aha had
to p through ft narrow net between
thd nUrfwulk enfraacaj the stable
and tha atatl Occupied by the animal.
Saw a Shadow.
A aha got wall Into thin mt, or
passage way aha aaw tha shadow of a
men ASea4 and nhoulden ct upon the
wall by tha ekctrle light la the street
outaida, and gaaing up, aha was astound
ed to sea a man aUndlng tbera, with a
mil upon hie faoa aad bin anna out
stretched. A aha looked ap, ha iprang
to Iff, aad aba ooikpaed upoa tha floor
la daadly ewoen. White aha lay then
V Um bejt klsaed her and plucked from
Ivr scarf, or lie, aa ornamental pin
which aha bad won for ft loaf tima
During her utter unconsciousness, the
bound tore a allp from hia pocket note
book and Indited tlw following bold
IrfcW to bar, pinning It upon tha latch
of th dour by which aha had entered,
ao that It might snot U. overlooked iy
whosoever cam to look for tha girl.
"I have waited two alghtt for thia
chanca to aak your forgivtaaat aad aay
good bye. I wai prora I will aercr
harm yoa again. You lay hart atxjny
mercy, but I do nothing but klaa yoa
one and aay good bya. When you aaw
ma thia morning you thought you had
seta ma bafora. So you hava, but you
do aot know ma. Do not try to find me,
fof frienda art waiting to help ma away.
I am ruoaiBg chancct hero, ao good bye,
little ana, and forget You will nem
net ma again. I take your pia for
keepsake; fartwtll, my km
Af tcf writing thia cowardly creed the
fellow evklraUy made himself irarce,
for upon tha arrival of tha girl'a father
SIOI Wirt 1Y ACCIDIHT. ')
Detroit, Not. l!.-4amee T.
Thorbuxn, Pmident of the Wil-'
llaa II. Elliot Co, of thU city
today accldenUHy ahot and kill
d hla' wift is their home here.
TT Thorbura hom waa robbed ;
aeently and at hia wifa't requeet
Thorbura boufaSt revolve for
her protection. Today while
TWburn tu explaining the
the working of the waapoa it
wa dbchrgd, tha bu!H aUik-
ing Mr. Thorbura In the temple,
Villi nir hrr lnatantir. 4
and brother a few monwnt later, no
Ign, other than the note, waa found of
him. Ml Iltwtnser waa atill uncon
scious and i!il not r.-covw her faculties
until long after her removal to the fam
ily apartment in the hotel.
l'Mn regaining her Mmxt Mi
llrm-niorr told the very little ahe knew
of the owurrrtrt, but verified the loa
of the pin, a uggeted in the letb-r.
Saw Him in tha Morning
Ml Bwmsrr hits nlwaya maintaind
since hw flrat dmulful contact with Uiia
bra I, that if' she evr anw him, aome in
tulljvn knowledge would urge her to re-
isnlw him, though ahe did not aeo him
luring the fint eUode; and yeterday
morning aa ahe wa gating out from the
upper window of the hotel, aha aaw
him paaalng on tha of poult tldn of the
tret from the hotel. The conviction,
telxrd her that ho waa tl man to
whom aha owed her former fright, and
rWilng down atari to the ofllea aha
Informed her father of the acoundrel'a
preMitoe in tha city.
Searching the City.
Mr. Broetnttr, caught up hi hat and
rn.hrd after tha fellow who could be
Mwn lloik or two away on Ninth
trret, but aa be urned Into Commercial
ti t, but aa he turned Into Commi rcial
angry father, and all that could be done
waa to pfoo the matter in the hand of
the jMilii. Till waa done, but up to a
lata hour but night, no tro of the
rounilrel waa reported.
Audacity and Lunacy.
The atrwige audacity of the bet,
In daring to viit the premUe from
which he waa proacriM by he' glaring
(Continued oa page 8.)
Venezuela Needed Money to Sup-
prtss the Rebellion.
Demaada Wart lafaaol aad Govaramtnt
Brought SvJt far Klerta MilUou oa
Ground That the Company Aided tha
Iaaurgeata la tht Katoa Beaeilian.
New York, Nor li-AllegUtloti thai
lilgh offldala of the Veneraelaa Gov
ernmeut made a delibermU attempt to
extra- from the company tha aum of
$400,000, waa made in a atatemant by
the New York Itamudet Anphalt Com
pany today, la reference toe, suit
brought by the YenextvUn Government
for $11,000,000 damage for aiding the
The atatement ay the Af halt Com
pany waa repeatedly approached by al
liged reprenrntative of Catro, with
demand for money to limiire MtUfac-
tory adjudication by th coirt. During
blf Matoa rjrvol the! company wwM
compelled to pay $100,000 in order to e
fterura Immunity during the revolt, and
nuhM-qiient protection, In caxe the revo
lution wa nctefuL The company din
avow any understanding or obligation
reopecting it'a ue.
During Uie revolution the Mmpany
and 1 agenta maintained absolute neu
trality, v. ' "
C0MPANI0NJ TJND SUSPICION.
, A1y Wyo VJZ llA the renult
of a tragedy enacted her thi afternoon.
D. A. Roln, .proniiwnt but-inen man,
of hie elty, he dead e't ? i morgwe.
and two women with'v, ; ..if d been
riding, an under arre. n exaniination
of the man' body ahowa that death waa
due to poUoning, but the women wjio
accompanied him, will make no aUte
ment. EXAMINATIONS FOR NAVY..'
Waahlwrtoo, Nor. Jl A. . oompeUUre
examinaikKi will be Veld at Ua ftavy
yard, in Uia city during January next,
to All twelve Tacandea In tha grade of
aaakUnt paymal'or in tha navy. Ap
plication and peiniaione to take thi
examinaton will be received by the A
Utnt SecreUry, of the Navy up to
Pcormber 15th. v
ASTORIA, OREGON MONDAY, NOVEMBER 13 1905
BUT POLITICAL EDUCATION WILL COME DEAR
Moderates Clasp Hands With the Ultra.Revolution-
ists and Seek Only to Accomplish Downfall
of the Autocracy of the Land.
WITTE'S VERY PARTISIANS WILL
AU Elementa Diatruatfnl of the Government and Take Pride is Holding Aloof
from Everything Connected Therew itb Coonael for Dcfenaea Announce
Army Keforma All Claatea Engaged la Revolt Againat Old Order of Thing,
With No Brake to Check Thota Wh o Shrink from If o Political Experiment
St, Tetenburg, Nov. 12. WlUi each
day'a develomente, it become mon ap
parent that Ruaala i deatined like all
other eountiV befon her, to travel the
thorny path to freedom, but aha acem
determiivd to pay the heerieat price
for her political education.
' ThK pTbp, I not trang consider
ing oil the intelligent claaee engaged in
aha revolt agabt .Jie old order of
thing, moderate, ' for the moment
eUaplng hand witt U . ultra-rtvolu-tioeJata,
to aoooropUh tho, downfall of
The roult la that all reform elementa
an ditnitful of the Government and
Uko pride in holding aloof aa if every
body eohiweW with the Government
waa contaminated, aad there la no aolid
eoneenrativt element to aot aa ft brake
upon thoae who ahrink from ao politi
cal experiment, no matter how wreck
Vaa, Ne Aid for Witt.
Tha rarioua faction into which the
Liberal an aplittiiig, and area thoae
who advocate the very conetituUonaJ
Um Into which Witt ia now aeeking to
conduct tha- Government, would aeem
ingly rather let tha country drift bio
anarchy, than to lift a finger to aid
The leadera dinplay anything but dis
interested patriotiim, all having poll
(JlcwJ embititau, al being oonVired
the preeent la the only top cock, to tbw
Government untl th Douma meet. The
danger of reaction 1 hardly worth r
tou conid raUon, however, Kwa the
dincomftttcl advocate of the old regime
realixe the Emperor' tep a irrevoc
able. The pread of agrarian disorder
in Saratoff 1 a new and threatening
phae of the ait nation, emplmnining the
ncceMity of quieting the country.
Council Announce Army Keforma.
Inigniftcant in connection with thv
fear of mutiny among the troop, the
council ; for national defense haa taken
occasion to bue a public atatement to
the effect that army n-fornia for ahe
betterment of condition a.e under con
idcntion. The retirement of Count Lamsdorff,
MinUtr of Foivign Affair, when th
Douma meeta ia certain, but he may
TEACH AMERICAN HISTORY , -IN
UNIVERSITY OF BERLIN
New York, Not. 12. Announcement
waja made today thai Jamea Speyer of
New York,.. had given. the trustee.!
Columbia, College, the turn of $50,000,
to endow ft Theodore Roosevelt Profea
sorwhip of Amiricaa Histoijr, In th
University of Berlin.
'Appointment an to be made by the
Prussian MlnUter of Educaion, with th
Emperor1 eeactlon, upoa tha nomina
NOT RAISE A FINGER IN AID
eootinuo im office until then. He ia lit-
ted neither by temperamrat nor train
ing, to bold office in tha ministry re-
ponib!e to paHiammt, when be may
hava to rvply to inberpelbvtioo. Father
Ooupon haa taken advantage of the
amnenty aad ia now on hia way to St.
Navy hi Corrupt Coaditioaw
Th comipt eoaditioa of naval admin
Utratliin exUtlng at Ootwtadt, waa dis
cloeed by tfie recent totttiay, which com
pelU tha naigmaioa of llaairal No
koneff, eommaadanta of tha Baltie porta,
and other office r. The mutineer in
stead of being subjected to the rail pra
altiea of the naval rrgubvUoaa, ealling
for the execution of every tfth man,
an being ahippel oa ft long punitive
Witta haa decided for tha present to
name no new Minister of tha Interior.
Announcement haa been made of the
appointment of M Duraovo, Acting Mia
Inter of tha Interior, aa a member of the
council empire."" -
JEWS RAISE rUBDJ
Thousand jtt Dollari Sohecrihed ia tht
Chicago, Not 12. The Jew relJd
$2000 today ia addition to tha $13,000
utweribed yesterday Every aynagogve
in the dty waa crowded today with
mournera who came to listen to speak
er, on the horror of the Russian maa
Similar meeting were held ia many
citit of the country today - At 8t.
Louis, $17,000 waa raised; at Baltimore,
$10,000; PitUburg, $10,000; Milwaukee,
$1500; Ptttadelh'u, $20,000; Dei Moines
$1500; Louiavilks $4000; Wilkesbarre,
$1700 and Cincinnati, $0000.
Andrew Carnegie' Mitt.
New York, Not. 12. Andrew Carnegie
curred tonight at the gathering of
Jew of Russia. '
Jtwt Shot Down.
Warsaw, Not. 12. In Ostrowiecka
trH, at 9 o'clock tonight, the infantry
patrol, without provocation, fired Into a
crowd of Jew, badly wounding etght.
tion of tho trustee by Columbia. It k
proposed ia thi way to present to Ger
man ttudenta an outline of r America
history' and institutions. The German
Government, la return, will establish
professorship of German history and In
stitution. The truster of Columbia havt nomi
nated for first Incumbent, John William
Burgees, profesaor of Political Science
and Constitutional Science at Columbia.
IH THI BBEAXESS. -Portland,
"o. 13. Acrordiiif; to a
telcphrino dlpaU-h rvetved h-a-e early
thi morning, a big four-mated f hoon
er U in trouble in the breaker ner
Tillamook. Only meager detail bare
yet h-en olitined. The ateamer 8iw II.
Elmore, plying between Tillamook and
Atoria, i the only available n-
mI that could go to the aid of the
tri ken nhip, and the bar i too rough
for h.-r to venture out.
HBE AB0ABD HILL LINES.
Kobe, Monday, Nor. 13. Fire broke
out auddenly on the Great Northern
b-amliip Dakota, Sunday afternoon and
wa not extinguished until after many
hours of hard fighting against the
flame. It i id some matting caught
fire. Tho departure of the Hteamer waa
Later advice say the damage to the
Dakota i not seriou and that the ves
sl will aail for Yokohama, today.
SWEDES TO DECIDE. .
Chrintuna, Nov. 12. The plebecit
for and againt the choice of Pnoce
Chark-, of Dnmark, aa the new King
of Norway, began today under most fa
vorable wea.th.-r condition. The peo
ple everywhere ere voting in bug num
ber. In Cbritiana, out of a tote) elec
torate of 40,000 fully 23,000 have 'al
ready voted. The polling will be con
Hearst's Attempt Jo Secure lie
coiint Will Be Opposed
PARKER'S OPINION IN CITED
Dedaioa Handed Dowa by Termer Jadgt
ta Ctvt af Appaals to Meet That
Ovtain af Bai la Ttsnht W1U
Daagera, the Baaia af Ceatestioa,
New York, Nor. 11-Charlea Knox,
ehairmaa of Tammany Ball Law Com
miaaioa announced today that every
step taken by Hearst and the Municipal
Ownership League for th re-count of
the rotes cast al tho recent election,
would be bitterly opposed by Tammany.
Knox aaid th baaia for tht opposition,
would be aa opinion ia the Court of
Appeal, ta 1904, writlea by Judge A.
B. Parker, now McCIellan'a. senior
Thia decision wa (gainst the opening
of the ballot box, and la, according to
Knox, the law of thia atate now. Th
language of the decision waa to the af
fect that the opening of the ballot box
es would be fraught with great danger
and waa inadvisable.
R0 M0BE MASS MEETINGS '
Hearst Adriaea Againat Them Until
Quiet I Sectored.
New York, Nov, 12. Campaign man
ager for the Municipal Ownership
League, continued activity today in the
p?errtd5Tf Whe contest before the
pof Count s iTasen t Ji weekk
oa th mayoralty eiectoa. j,
Twerv successful candidate for Al
dermen, elected either oa the Municipal
ticket or Republican, who received -th
endorsement of the league, will it la
decided aa aa a unti body and by
their fusing with the straight Republi
can Aldermen, the league hope to coa-
trol the. boariL .;,., t ; .
It wa also decided at thia confareac
to pennatknUy keep up tha organization
of the league and plana and poQciea for
future political action wen discaMed.
Hearst gave out the atatement tonight,
advising against th further holding of
meetings of protest, "in the present ex
cited Ute of th public mind."
PRICE FIVE CENTS,
NOW PART OF EMPIRE
Attempt to Secure Autonomy Wil'
Be Considered Act of
RIGHTS . AUL BE OBSERVED
Btbollioa Will But Lead the Poles la the
Sorrowful Path of iMi aad iMj
Notice Served that the Kingdom ia
Now a Part of tht Knaaiaa Empire. 1
' Petersburg, Monday, Not. 13.
Poland will not be permitted to becom
ft aeeond Finland.
The Russian Government, ia a strong
ly worded common ioation, published thia J,
morning, aenre aotica on the Polk
Nationalist,- that for good or for ill,
th ancient kingdom of Potand bow be
eW" aa IntegrsJ rt ofth Ruia
Empire, aad while the Government' in
tends to fully ' observe, tha National
rights of Poland, aay attempt to worst
Polish autonomy from the Emperor will
be considered aa act of reToJt, aad will
lead the Polea Into the sorrowful pathft
trodden by them la 1831 aad 1863.'
The BttMiaa authorities tfeoognia tho
gravity of th aaoreacnt ia which tha J'
two aataujoaistie partiea, tht Kalio
bta aad Sodalkta, under tha leadership
of such Pol aa, Hearik Sienkiwica,. Use
aoeeust bar joined, force, aad they
declare that Boo of th benefit of
tha cmaacipotioa manifesto eaa bow be
conferred oa the eoaatry ia molt
Martial Law ia Poland,
Warsaw, Not. 11 The preelaiaattoa .
of martial law ia all th tea goiai a
menta tt Roaaka Polaad, just hstned,
ha caused aorpria aad zaperatioa
hen Ad then an appnheaaioaa that
it will proToka disturbance wore than
those that have already taken pbvee.
The dty ia panic stricken Then an
persistent rumor of orgaaizaUoa aad
anti-Jew h riot aad tho house of th
Jew an barrcaded aad watch kept
night and day. Tha Jews an arming
themaetvea with knives, revolver aad
rifles. . Owing to the general strike, th
distress isj hourly increasing, and there
is a great scarcity of coal and food. ''
Cheating and Weeping. . '
London, Not. 12. Pathetic scene oc
currl tonight at fh garthjeitaj of
1000 people in th? East End London a
ebly hall, at Mile End, when a mam
moth service ws held for th Jew re
cently killed in Russia, Th hall waa
draped in black and the majority, of
those ia the audience won emblem of
deep mourning. At th chanting of th
fifth chaper of Lamentations, almost all
Continued oa page )
BOYCOTT ROT SERIOUS.
Washington, Not. 12. Tha
"Chbee boycott oa Aerioaa
rood certaiaJy cannot be eamen
e) to th xnt of seriously affect-
ing our eommeree ia tho Orient"
decland Charlea Denby, .now
chkf clerk 1 t the State Drpart-.
meat today,: who jtcenUy com-
4 pleted 20 year oCicial reidwce
is China. Mr. Deaby said he
4 could aot VlieH-4 th CUae
Government or any ef th pro-
gressln intern ta of that eoaa-
t try, wouM ait th asora.