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OOVIR THK M0RNIN9 PIILO ON THE LOWI OOLUMIIA
UBUtHCt FULL AttOOIATIO PRIM 0T
ASTORIA, OREGON WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 29 1905
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Many Vessels Wrecked
With Loss of Life.
LOSS IS A MILLION
"IfetODINTS SUSPENDED AND
fa 4 I
I f i Club ROUS CLOatu.
Twrnty-fWe'Jsrtudent of the
Mt. Uwin University, Wt
th ftuty fif .
Canton yUurday, having lw
ted M. .
4 , j.ariicipetfiig'Jn lli recent di- 4
4 turbtm. Thl prsctlially wipes
wit th fb-U Fraternity of the 4
University, nrty 11 the u-
4 pewknl student being Member
ml tb faculty ha ordered tin
ilul house closed.
Mitufi Oocs Ashore on Lake
Superior aod Crew is
Frozen to Death.
FIVE DROWNED FROM HERBERT
Worst Stora la Yuri Sweeps Over the
Great lakea Ml Adjacent Country-
Shipping Wricked or Forced lato Har
bor Terrific Gale, Biting Cold.
MUTINEERS FORCE GOVERNMENT TO SHOW HAND
lhihitii, Nor. Thrr big steamers
the Madura, the R. W. Kngland, and
the Crescent .City, were driven inhere
durinir a terrific gl todsy, In sight of
th lltrhtiiou at Om Duluth cutanea to
the harbor, a im! some of the 27 men on
the Mstaafa are believed to be lot
The ship U a total Iom. Ilfr anidi-nt
U the roo-t un(ortunUi of any of the
three. tJb W airwind ut north of
the jlef of th harbor entmnr. whera
ihn were weif-ln oMiiplotery
1h ( rrnt City, a Uw flrt to
Kn e;roiind. 8h went on the rwk
At Ukev.id, and the cr evH
vitlMit Injury. The teanMT i a total
TIm IjigUnd U lying on the ml lr
I Minnesota Point, four mile eouth of
ht bux entrance. He w U "'e.
TH revet U lylnT In Uie end and in
danp r of going to ple"r.
Caablt t S etc in Crew.
HiUiiukee, Nov. M.-A dpatrh from
Sujierkir, Wlecoooin, eUtee that the life
Mvrnt or unabte to gH th crew off the
m-kel eteamer MaUaia which went
Mhir thenp todey. The boat ha brok
en in two, but th dr-ke are rfill out of
th witer. It y ttwught that SS men
are fnwa to WUi aa there U no ilne
of lifn tn board.
Million Dollars Damago.
8t. I'aul, Nov. 2H.-A apexial from Pu
rial ti ay thej mow (imtfKV Hejiiert.
va oiink off Two ixUniU on, the north
hurt, ami it U ri-ixrted that five are
driwii.'.L The Hteel Corporation'
KtniiH-r MuripoNi l eaid U bo aehore
on Split Hock. The dnmnge of the etorm
h climats at a million dollam.
FIRST SETTLE SUPREMACY
THE PUT OUt THK FIRE
Chicago Suburb Bat Two Department
ad Rivalry Between New Organ
itatioo and "Old Timers"
Chli-aso, Nov. 2H.-If a fire nhould
break out in Clenooe, a auburb of Clil-
mim. tbn auction of aupremary of two
rival faction, eaoh claiming to tie the
uthorU'd fire departmetit of th vib
lajje. wouM have to be deeiuVd U-fore
Hie Are roulil be put out.
The old fin department orjoinization
hn Invd in eltenc for ten yeare. A
new one w fornwd recently but the
old tiiiim" rrfue to le dUpbwwl and
detkre lluy will "get to" the fir ep-
paratu flmt in ra of fire. The new
appoints eay the nu-mber of th old
ilepartment are Inrompet and tliat
the new aplK.intem by virtu of their
ennlt from Uie vlllajf board, havo tb
oh riht to Unlit fire in Olenco.
Uv the avtem In (ilenoo each mem
ber of th department U notified by
Ulphon of tli Br by the operator, at
the Gb-neo eehanjfe. Kach organiia-
tin hi (ive th ojrator ordrn not
U call up the other ib-jMirtment in can
Rebellious Sailors Have Full Confidence That Guns
of Fleet Will Not Be Turned Against Them
and Play a Waiting Game
DOUBLE TRAGEDY EH ACTED
IK TENNESSEE SALOON
Knoxvilk, Tenn., Xov. 2S.
A double tragedy occurred late '
butt ntht in a Mhioa here. Two '
white men. J. G. Kdwarda and JL '
Lutbrell, ' who had previous ' 4
trouble, met at the bar, Edwarde
with an knife in one band ' 4
advanced on Luttrrll and before ' 4
Uie bitter could aboot, had Inflict-) 4
cd nix wrioua wound on Luttrell '
After th eecond hot Edwarda'
fill dead. I-utUfll will alo die. '
Official Announcement Is
Made of Extension.
OFFICIALS HESITATE TO ORDER TROOPS TO FIRE ON COMRADES
UNCLE SAY SAYS NO
hie of Pines Betonis to Cuba
and She Will Not Interfere.
Yet tht Starving Out Process Would B a Long and Difficult Ona and tb
Government Is 1 a Dilamnu Tslepaphers Inaugurate 5U1M at awscow
and Meeting of labor Leaders Is CalW to Consider AdvsabiUty of Making
tb Strike General Has Already Spread to Other Cities.
SWtCT TO CUBAN LAWS
Secretary Root WriUs Latter to U
President of Aawricat Club, la Wbiek
Ho Sutes that Teas Who Disregard
the Law Ar liable to Puntahjnent.
MANY SHIPS WRECKED
Terrific Storm Rages Over All of the
IVIroit, Nov. 2.-Uke SiiH-rior from
Duluth to the Nio, the upper end of tlie
pcniiiHula of Mk-liigan, the upper en.U
of Uke liiuroea and Michigan and the
lower emintiea of Iwer Michigan were
awept Uutt night and today by a tr
rifle ittorm and a number of whipping ac
cident are reported.
The bllxMird raged la velocity of from
forty to dxty mlW an hour, and Uie
harbor ar filled with shipping which
(Continued on pago 8.)
VEIN SEVERED AND NECX
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4 TXn.lt, Micb' 'or. 28. Tils
4 Juglar vein eevertd and hi neck
4 broken the dead body of Frank
4 !V. Noetael, aged 2, waa dls,-
4 covered early today lying near a 4
4 railroad cronning. Noetael, bad 4
4 gone out bit in th evening, to 4
4 polWt bill amounting to I20U. 4
Va4dngUn, Xov. 2.-Th admlnU-
ration ha (bodied tlie hope of the little
band of American eIonlU on the lIe
of line, who are working for wparation
from Cuba and luclukm in the United
State. Secretary Hoot Unlay made pub
lic a, b'tter U Charlea Maynard, preei
dent of the Amerkn Club of the Ile
of Tim', stating that there wa no pro
cedure by which Maynard and bU
MK'iate wiild entahli.h territorial guv-
The ecretury ntalc tW Uie Im law
fully a pert of Culm and Maynard ami
aamiclatfit mere Iwund to oliey th laws
of that country a long a they remain
in the Wand. The secretary udmonMie
Maynard that if tliey fail in that obedi
ejuv, they are liable to prueecutlon in
th Culmn court ami punishment
Th aecretary add, in hi Judgment,
th I'niW State ha no claim to the
Uie. and conclude by saying that it la
certain Cuba, would never consent to
giv up the He, and th United Btate
would never try to compel ber to,
againet her will.
PRESIDENT WILL ENDORSE.
Promibes to Recommend Measurt ,to
Secure Funds for Jetty.
Portland, Nov. 2fW.-In a mewag to
Secretary J. B. Ialr, of the Board of
Trade, Judge C. H. Carey, who i at
Wahington aiting Senator Fulton to
mtr fundi for the jetty, aaks that a
memorial of th project b sent at once.
Hi meflge renil: "Prepare and tend
to Senator Fulton memorial relating to
jetty. Treident agreea to indort and
gt. Petomburg, Nov. 28.-Tbe laat day
of grace) aooordod the mutineer at Be-
bjtool expired at mhlnlght and there
an no lun of surrender on the part
of th men. Tim rebellion sailor are
pbjylng a waiting game, and apparently
thev have full confidence that th gun
of the fleet will not be turned against
tbem. If. they have, not actually dis
regarded Uie summon to haul .do w
Uie red flag, they aeem determined,
least, to make the authoritie ahow their
Officials la Dilemma.
Whether C.enoral Nepluff, command-
int- the fortrew will dar to accept the
challenge and atak tb discipline and
lovaMv. not only of th troop at hi
dipoal, but of the whc4 anny, U,
however, dobutful. Dispatch Irora a
core of garriona in Rumti show the
land force of the emprr in a state of
diontnt, s ml any order to th troops
to fire udoo their comrade Wight poa-
aiblp precipitate a general and wide
spread mutiny. On th other nana u
would b difficult to atarv oui w
sailor by a regular aeige.
Th report that the whole fleet had
gone ovr to Ui muUneer under the
leaderilp of th Otchakoff, l inoor
rect, though th officer of the eJiipa,
during Admiral Kruger'a demonstration
galnt Uie mutineer of the Knias Po
temkine. at Odessa, were probably un-
VU trt ohtain obedience from their
men1, for tamirwr out any measure
against their comrade.
The staff quarter at Rebatopol are
guarded by Uie Cosack and officer in
the street are accompanied by escort
of Cowtack, the only branch of th aer
vir of which Uie fidelity U absolutely
unuestoned. Een members of the
guard of rrgmenU, treated wdl and
comparatively wvll paid, ar joining In
ilm revolutionary aiovenMot It i un
Iderstood th sold lew and equipage from
which crew of the imperial yacht are
'drawn will be withdrawn to S. Pet
'en.burg on account of disaffection among
j Strike Is Dibcusaed.
J Tlie council for national defer held
a nrotracted seion yesterday at which
time the etrik question wa dicud.
The Tost and telegraphic official at
Moscow have already gone out, and th
1 strike haa spread to twelve other cities
1 Th Deneral workmen council wu
summoned to a corJerenoe of th lead
k ami nhAll
CIB fc4il l-'W aw ...-. .
(Thursday) to dUrusa the poeeibility of
a national strike in sympathy wita ine
locked out workmen at St Petersburg.
Tber is a atrong feeling againt auch
strike, however, not only on account
of tb poverty of th workmen, but
also because it will interfere with the
great atrik planned for January.
MAY ABANDON THE BOYCOTT
Change f Heart Brought About by th
Destruction, by Water, of Ameri
cas Goods in Basements.
San Fraocieo, Xov. 28. Fearing that
the wrath of the ' (Jod of Water" would
h vbitdd or them, the Chii Of
Shanghai and iU vicinity have, it fe
said, given up Uie boycotting of Ameri
can good. '
TliU change of sentiment wa caused
by Uie destruction by water, of a Urge
quantity of good whkA WTre stored
in the basements of the buaine house
of the Chinee port. They had been
pU-ed there by the Chinese merchant
alien the boycott wa .firt institutad.
This occurred during th inundation of
that portion of tU Chinese coast during
a typhoon, and tidal wav of a month
The newa of the lifting of. the boy
cott and Uie unuual means which
brought it about came here on , th
steamer Doric yesterday. It U stated
that th American bad UtU4 ItH
against the boycott, but it waa du en
tirely to the. superstition of th Chin
ese, that Uie boycott wa stopped.
TO COST SIXTY liULLION
Work Will Be Commenced at
at Once at Both Ends of
EARUNG MAKES STATEMENT
Seattle Will Be tb Terminal Point Bat
Portland and Tacoma to Be Reached
Rout Extends West from Evarts,
South Dakota, via Butt to WaHula.
HAD A SMOOTH GAL1E
Chicago Bunct Man Bought Cot
ton and Hulls.
deliver, with recommendation, to Clialr-
man Burton. Stat treat k will be de-
stroyed unle promptly filled."
The great imwrtance of the menage
lie in the fact that at lnnounce au-
thorativclv that President Roosevelt ha
not only consented to indorse any me
morial which may be sent to him by the
loard. sett ilia forth the reasons w hy an
appropriation should be made for the
Columbia River jetty, but ha al
Agreed to recommend that such an ap
propriation be made
The memorial will be prepared at once
ami bascd on data furnished by Major
SAYS BROTHER WAS NOT INSANE.
San Francisco,. Xov. 28.-A coroner's
inauect over the remain of Mr. Cath
erine Depaoti wa held today, the jury
roturninir a verdict that she was lulled
by her brother-in-law, Loui Depaoll,
who. however, wa not wecifieally ac
cuscd of the crime. Anton Depaoli, tb
husband of the murdered woman, tU
fled he did not believe his brother wa
insane when the murder was committed
BROKAW IS EN ROUTE.
Honolulu.. Nov. 28.-United State
Marshal Henry left today for Seattle,
" . .t
having in custody G. T. Brokaw, lnaiciea
in Spoaken for complicity in land frauds
STAY GRANTED BY COURT
IF OFFICER KEEPS SOBER
Binghampton, N. Y, Nov. 28.-Jutice
Albert II. Sewell today granted an or
der which Is probably without precedent
On application of attorney for Record
er Wataon . Roberto, he granted a
stay restraining the common council
from hearing U charges preferred
against th recorder, lending an appeal
on condition that tlie recorder remain
mder until tlie appeal I decided by the
apoellat division, and with th under-
... - . .
standing that the tay will be revoked
if the recorder become intoxicated bo-
fore the, case U decided by tb higher
court The appeal l taken from Justice
Sewoir) recent decieion dkmiaeing a
writ of prohibition to restrain tb com
mon council from hearing the charge
which hav been preferred against the
DREW ATS1GHT ON PURCHASER
Each Day th Vtlum sf Bustieta lad
Draft War larger, aid tb Cetton
Mas. Pocketed tb Difftreac After
Recalling Draft f th Day Before
Chicago, Nov. 28. Samuel Hoffheimer,
nephew of Nelson Morris, the millionaire
packer, wa armed tonight charged
with having swindled S. W. Strau 4
Co., mortgage banker out of $256,-
000. Being unable to furnish $150,
000 bond, llofTheimer wa aken to jail.
Two year ago, it is alleged, he went
to Straus Company, and represented
that ha waa buying a large quantity of
cotton seed and hulls, which he had sold
to Nelson Morri 4. Company. It a al
leged be represented to Straus A Co.,
that he needed Urge sum of roony to
pay for the need each day, wheh be In
duced Straus to farnUh. :
Hoffheimer. it U said, would each day
pnwent a draft on Nelson Morris A Co.,
ml secure tb money for the purpose
of paying for the eed. The next day
he would repeat Uie performance, but
for a Urger amount Hoffheimer, it is
averted, would then take up th pre
vious day' draft on Nelson Morris t
Co., before it reached th firm, retain-
inr the difference. Hoffbeimer suppos
ed sale were constantly increasing until
thev amounted to mora than 1jO,000 a
day. The discovery by Nelson Morris
A Co., of one of their draft in th
bank at tb stock yard, it is stated,
led to th discovery that the sales were
fictitious. HoffheimeT U said to .have
confewed to operation which netted
$25.000, beside making hi living. He
decUre he lost th money , in investments.
New York, Nor.' 28. While all tb de
tail of Uie route of Uie Chicago, Mil
waukee A St Paul Co', new road to
the coast U not decided- on, it b known
it will run from Evarts, South Dakota,
to Butt, thence across Uie Bitter Root
mountains, through the Lolo Pa,' ulti
mately connect inf at Wallula with th
terminus recently incorporated by IM
Pacific railroad. 'which run from that
point to Seattle. The St Paul aUo seek
sa outlet at Tacoma and wiu touch at
Helena, Spokane) and Pbrttaaai. Tb
work of construction will begin simul
taneously at Seattle and Evarto. It U
probable that branch line will be ex
tended into the Cow W AJJ POTM7.
COST SIXTY MILLIONS
President EarSng Seada MaaaagO frsaf'
" New York.
Chteagev Nov. 28. The official aa
nouncemeDt wa mad tonight thai tb
Ckkago, Milwaukee- 8t Paul wiQ eosa-
mence the eonstractioa of th cxteneioa
of iU line to the Pacific eoaet at eaea.
iThi information wa received ken fas
the following telegram from Presides
Earting, who ia In New York r ; '
"The board of directors of tb Ctieago,
Milwaukee A St. Paul road, at a met
ing today, authorized the extensioa of
the St Paul road from th Missouri
river to Seattle and Tacoma."
The extension will cost $60,000,000.
ROBBERS SHOOT BARTENDER.
Spokane, Nov. 28. Three masked men
while holding up a saloon at Hillyard to
niffht xhot Thomas Kehoe, th bartend
er, twice in the head and beat him over
th head with revolvers. It 1 thought
he will die. They , also ab'ghtly wound
ed another man. Th robbers escaped
in a sleigh.
WILL SUE FOR SHRINKAGE.
Seattle, Nov. 28. A special fw
Fairbanks, Alaska, states that tare
banks of that pUce will make claim.
airainst the government amounting to
$100,000 for shrinkage la gold dust ship-
mem, to in ceaiie assay muun.
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4 MURDERES TAKEN FROM 4
4 JAIL FOR PROTECTION. 4
4 Mexico, Mo. Nov, 28, Eo V
4 mund J. Bailey, th miner who 4
4 shot and, killed Jaw. La wrier, ec- 4
4 reUry of th Lawder Petoreom 4
4 Coal Co, yeterday,.wa hurried-. 4
4 ly taken from th county jail
4 her lat" night to avoid a mob 4
4 ' which wa rganlsed down town. 4