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XxOVKII THC MORNING PliLO ON Tet LOWIft OOLUMBIA
fOLUME LX NO. 232
ASTORIA, OREGON FRIDAY JANUARY 12 1906
PRICE FIVE CENTS
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III Ml . "7 . '. MWr- 1
iina In Ferment of Po-
3ETWEEN TWO TIRES
Moat Government in Hard
Position Owlnj to Different
OREIGNERS ASK FOR AID
if la fur ( Their Llm Young
Chiu Party Clamoring for Mack
Naeded Reform lad Conaervstives
Resisting A ay Progressiva Movsmsnt
I'EKIN, Jan. H.-ltcjiort. from the
U and from lb VaitytM Vsllry re-
ion .how th nil-foreign sentiment l
oijr atroflg. China U undoubtedly la 4
rment of political excitement but tk
Imovement la directed ( much against
In" government a again.t foreigners.
Th government U between (wo
. Tha young Chin party U chim
ing bi-cauiia reform art executed loo
wly, while th Conservative, and
Hclal are minting all effort, at ra
mi. In .pile of prol.t from north'
n (tilna, th foreign mlni.tere Imvr
t rhangnd their nilml regarding the
thdrawal of ffirelgn troop., except
Iriration suard. Tha niinUters b-
Sv th government la both able ami
Irrmlnrd to protect foreigners.
AN ENORMOUS PROJECT
"fill Bring Waters From Fsathsr Rlvtr
I A at Supply Tswas It Sacra
IttUTI.AND, Jan. II. A vt project
k tak tha water of Kralhrr ttlver, In
rthm California, and conduct it
rough, tunnrli and ntiaduct until
Jiflielcut power U dvelod to supply
tjia towna of Sacramento Valley, thik
Siiid, Aluim-d and Berkeley, with a mm
tiu (Niwrr, U the puqxNH) of a M.OOO,-
il corporation ori;aniid ly Frnnk I.
iwn and Comiiny of Nw York and
n ramiw-n. in ctriiMiraiiun i
liMkrd h) K. )(. Ilay, Wln IUwIpy.
I I A f t W l .11 I I I.. 1.
till A. I . IMUllirtlt ll rl!llllirill 111 ur
uanriHl world, of Xrw York City, and
. hut tha riu'Ifii to a vt rim In of
miliar projocia wnit'n win txinu
iirouuh Orf(on and Valilniftiu and
r whlih lOO.IUHMXNI i. to b Mt aoldn
r it a (Ipvplnpnimt.
MINSKAPOLlft. Jan. II, Another
victim of yroterday'a Are wa ncl.li d to
the lint of dead today, y
WALL STREET CONTROL
DENOUNCED BY HYBURN
WASHINGTON, Jan. ll.-Before go
ing ioto executive acaaion today th
Penal listened to a ape by "you
In atipport of a bill for the creation of
n national board of control of corpora
tion a in which be denounced Wall
trt becauae of it alleged Interfer
ence in tha affair of tbia country. He
aid the ".treat" oould not dictate the
financial eouraa of the government, a
It wa ever ready to threaten dlaiter,
AlfCRT MOB TRIES TO
LYNCH HUMAN F1I5D
MKKANK. Jan. II A apoMa!
to tlw Chronkla from. Colfax
0 aaya It took tha romMna-d afforta ' 0
of arrral deputy chrrilfa and a 0
0 Wnialt army of cltlarna to pr. 0
0 vrnt tha lyn-hlng of Matthiaa 0
0 (iarrant, Frrmb Canadian, 0
0 ytprdy, (iarrant too few-ad to
f attrmiitlng to ault tha viva 0
f) of Out two frmrr ntr Oar 0
0 firkl. II wa n-morad to tha 0
0 jail bar for protection.
WILL RENDER OHNION.
8AVAXNAIT, Jan. ll.Judo 8par,
uMin tha eonclu'lon of tha arfumaata
In the Grarnt'Gaynor rata, today took
under coaideration tba domumr in
tha kprlat plan to the "Indictment No.
371" un!r which Greana and Gaynor
wara axtraditad from Canada. II an
nouncad hi daeifloa would not be res
ilrrtd until tomorrow.
SAX HtAXasOO. Jan. 1 1 -Tha Mer
Imnlt' Iju-hang today received a. cable
from Koli to the effect tbat th bark
Challengrr, which w-aa on fire in that
port, would be tot mI loaa. Tba Chal
lenge aailed from here.
FIRE IN PORTLAND
Lutke MinufKturlng Plant Danily
Darna jed By Fire.
LOSS IS EIGHTY THOUSAND
Fira Starts In Dry Kiln at Noon Hoar
While Employ An Abaent and
Gaina Headway Before the BUie la
IDUTUNIX Jan. II -Fir dr.trotod
III plant of th LtitL Manufacturing
CotiiJny, at Sixth ami Hoyt treata,
helween 14 and I o'clock tiMtay, caus
ing total Urn of pprolmately
The flr ttnrt.il In the dry kiln,
here a Urjje amount of lumber waa
being dried preartory to being work
l up Into fixture and furnihing.
Many of the workmen were away for
luncheon and th fkni wer not dl-
eovrrd until they had gained coniik-r-
Ily the time the fir drimrtimnt ar-
rived the flm hail aln their way
tlmuight the ilmir of th building and
had reached tin- wc-ond atory. Th fire
mirad mnl'llv anmna th tiuht com-
biiKtilil instcrUI ami liefor th tire-
men coulil get water on th upper floor
th entire plant waa aMuae.
Th building waa owned by A. V,
tVoWk and ia valued at about $.10,000.
Th l' to the building I ettimated
at approximately tM.VCMHI, prtialy cov
ered by liiuranci
Klieuian W Baldwin of truck com
pany No. 3 had bi left wrUt nearly
amputnted by gU- In breaking in a
window. The artery waa aevered and
his condition la thought to be rlou.
In re-ponding to th alarm of fire the
ami he pleaded for legislation that
would rob it of auch power. The re
mainder of tha 0en eewdon waa de
voted to a dlacuaaion of th practice by
the Benate of aending resolution to the
calendar after they had been under
dlcu.lon. Bacon rai.ed tho point of
order that there waa no rule requiring
auch a conn and aald hi Moroccan
resolution hid been improperly placed
on th calendar. The matter wa not
di.po.ed of by th Senate.
COITflH GROWERS IE
If D ORLEANS
NOTABLE SPEECH MADE
Talks on "Cotton Values
cating: Sale of Cotton Goods to China Intsead
of Raw Cotton to England.
EMPHASIZES OF SKILL IN
Regarding Immigration Mr. Tbompkina
CUm of Cheap Labor Waa Nat Deairable, Wbicb For Any Raaaon Could
Not Bo Made Homeogtuio Part of American Race Only Thoae Immi
granta Should Bo Admitted which Would Help the People.
NEW 01U.EAVS. Jan. 11.-Th prin
cipal apeaker today before the Cotton
Grower' Convention which U in eee-
.ion her wa that of D. A. Tompkina,
Charlotte villa, N. C
Mr. Tompkln. Mik on "Cotton
Value in Textile Fabrin." and advo
caiw u. Milt ftf ,,! jfo,, , (tiiua
inatead of the raw cotton to Knglami.
and especially empha.iaed th need of
dcvebipment of a knowledge and .kill
in th manufacture that would lead to
the production of better goad than
0naliurg and atandard hrting o
that in time cotton would become In a
degree n baai for th aale 4of knowl
edge and akill nreiarily to the pro
duction of liner fabric. Continuing Mr.
'It waa the cotton manufacturer who
drew from th competition In cotton
production Urge number of working
people and gave them employment in
occupation that mad them th culo
mere for the farmer for perUhable farm
producte, thereby giving th farmer a
reaourco which he did not have before.
Th Mine movement took ao many pen
pi off the farm that for tho b-ft
there, double th price I now being ob
wagon of bone company No. 1 over
turned at Seventh and Durn.lde atreeta,
but none of tha occupante was Injured.
Tha wagon waa badly damaged. Thi
i tha aecond run tho wagon has had
nine it cam from th repair .hop after
tipping over at a recent Are on the
During the progre. of the flame
many of the employes in tit manufac
turing plant arrived and made a sue
eeaxful attempt to revue their tool..
They reached the workroom in the
wooiid atory by a ladder aud threw
their toot into the .trvet.
Midshipman Decatur's Trial i Almost
ANN A POLLS. Jan. ll.-The la.t
.Inge, except the argument of tha
couiim and the Juilg Advocate, were
completed thi afternoon in the cao of
Midhipman Decatur, charged with
countenancing hazing. Th accuaed oc
cupied the stand thi afternoon and hi.
testimony waa regarded a having
.trengthened his caae.
Ther Is good reason for th belief
that Mid.liipmen Fo.tcr and Marioni
have been found guilty of hasing.
McCALL DIGS UP.
NEW YORK, Jan. II. It wa an
nounced today that John A. McCalL
former prelentj of Uio Ne YoiR
Life, had given a trust deed on his
horn at Long Branch, N. J, to th
company to secure a not for tlSO.OOO
which be gar in part payment on
moneys advanced to Andrew Hamilton
and not yet returned by Hamilton. In
addition to th not MeCall gave th
company a check for $83,000.
BY D. A. THOMPKINS
In Textile Fabrics Advo
MANUFACTURE OF FABRICS
Said Eitenkivo Importation of Any
tained for their raw material over what
it waa n very few yonra ago. Too
aouthem cotton manufacturer ha been
moat instrumental in incre.wng th
prior of cotton. With better value for
the manufactured product, better value
will be obtained for the raw material
Trf, it i to the intarreH. of th
eouthern cotton f,rmer that knowledge
and .kill .hould he dveloped in the
oum m me manufacture of . eotton
Regarding immigration be .aid:
-Kxtenaiv infprution of any cla.
oi cneap labor' for any reattoa
canmt be mad, homeogenoua a a part
oi tit America race i. undeairable.
Complaint iniade that Ubor U acwree,
It U my
nation that the present
.it iu lion ii
the MHitn i more one
l plenty and wages fair
which labor ia .care. It
have fair price and full
than an exec of cheap
lavor immigration but I think
always ae to it that there
admitted into thia country
immigrant wbo would bring
. . . i
V people a .train of new blood
hi'C n..1,1 I mi aliMiirtwwt mitit iM-tM-ftt "
SOLLOGUB HEARD FROM.
T. PCTKItsni lMS. Jan, ll.-Gover-
Sollogiib telegraph that th rrvolit-
inry movement In th province of
honi ia uppreaaed,, ktrgely owing
uw energy of the naval detachments.
'piernl Orb)ff, he .ay. reportl quite
lrvaiU at Felliupernau, Walck, and Li
TOOK NO ACTION.
EW YORK. Jan. II. A meeting of
director, of the Chicago, Milwaukee
St. Paul wa. held today. At the
-e of the meeting it wa announced
lt no action waa taken looking to
W tha financing of th propoaed IV
rc line of the company,
.OX DON. Jan. U-The Pot'a Shang
n eorreopondent aaya that owing to
anti-dyn.tic activity in th prov
'"le of niiieh, mi..ionarie have applied
'"'the Briti.h and American cou.ul. for
Prohibiting Passenger Steamers
From Leaving Port Without
jVASIIIXOTOX, Jan. 11-Th ftenaU
"mittee on commerce today ordered
ivorabte report on the bill prohibit
'nl any ateamer carrying paaaengera
"n leaving port till ah has a full
ciiplement of licensed officers aad tiM
"iinen to th numUr of one-half Wr
4w. Th commute also ordered a
' -orabl report on th bill repealing
' taw enabling wrecked renel. re
' ired in American yards to' obtaia
inerican registry. I
WOMAN INFUCTS aoo
WOUNDS ON A CHILD
AI.KDO, IU., J., ll.-tpon
evidem- of having inflicted 200
wounds Mra. Mary McKinm-y, a
prominent aoriety woman and
church worker of Aledo today
wa found guilty of cruelty to
flfteen-year-ohl 8tlla Grady.
whom Mr . Mc Kinney
adopted. The defenn
AFTER FOUR TEARS.
8AV FRANCISCO, Ja. ll--Tbe
Dritih hip Silberhora fc to Mil for
Puget Hound for order. Thia ia th
Rnt move the vmI ha made for four
year, einc alie waa kid op on th
mud fUta off Sau-alito to await an ad
vance in grain rate to Europe in Jan
nary, l!li The llriti.h .hip Cawdor,
which arrived in February. 1902, U
.till laid up off Martinex.
PRICE ON DOORS RAISED.
ItALWOIt X. C, Jan. ll.-The Vel-
kw Pine. Sa-li, Door and lllind Manu
facturer.' Association met here Ut
night with over thirty plant repre
entrd. It wa agreed to iiirrratte the
pru'e. on eommim door ten per cent,
other price, to continue a. at pretent.
ACT OF INSANE JIAN
Attemps to Murder . Family Kills
Mother and Himself.
GOES CRAZY FROM WORRY
Cuts Hi Mother's Threat With Rasor,
Snuaahea Wife's aad Tw Babies'
Skull With Flatiroa aad Taea Blows
Hi Owa Head Off.
I.l.I.V, Jan. II. el Neon. a
bgser at Wilkeaon, killed hi mother
with a rasor thi. morning, cutting her
throat. He then attempted to kill bis
wife and two children, and think that
they were dead, killed himaelf with a
revolver. The small houee in which he
lived present, an awful scene. Nelson
wa 33 year old, and came from Swe
den three years ago.
Wilkewn i a coal mining town about
thirty mile south of Tacoma. -Nelson
had been broodimr over unpaid back
taxes on hi home amounting to 123, a
tax lien having bee it UtueJ.' In his
hou wa. found 8ott ca.h, and Xel-on
wa. worth over ttfUOU
eln attacked hi. wife first, hitting
her on tlw head with a fUtiron. Then
he tried to kill hi two littm girl, d
year, ami 1 year old respectively. Nel
son mother fought with him during
thi. part of the melee. Xelwm started
th outbreak without aaying a word,
lie got out of bed and seUing a flatiron.
a raxor and a revolver, started to kill
lti family. When hi. wife left her bed
he .lipped behind her and felled her to
the floor with two fearful blows. Then
he .truck the children down.
Th wife and one child may recover.
At 1 o'clock th skull of th 1-year-old
child wa found to b badly fractured,
ml it will die.
HOUSE DEBATES ON THE
PHILIPPINE TARIFF BILL
WASniXGTON. Jan. 11-Tbs Philip
pin tariff debate in the houa today
eon.i.ted more of party maneuvering
for advantageous campaign material
than la th discussion of th question.
Tariff tu tho text of a speech by
GrOTrwacff and aa extended reply by
WQIama, Grorrsnor's speech was witty
aad nlirned with interruptions from
Champ Clark at whom Grosvenor aimed
BIO FIRES DO
JfJail and Fouudiy is
1 A M a1
siroyca m nonouc
PRISONERS CET LOOSE
Are led Out of the Jail Under
Police Guard But Nine
MILITIA CALLED TO GUARD
Tw Hundred and Twenty-dv Prisoaere
Ar Led Oat and Kept ia Public
Square Under Guard of Fonr Com
panies of Soldier.
XOEFOLK, Va., Jan. It. Fir origi
nating from tpontaaeous combustion in
th peanut factory of th Norfolk Stor
age Company, burned the jail and th
big foundry WkitiVurxt and Com
pany, and entirely dntroyed tbat
building, and damaged the east wing of
the jail and the falling wall enioed
the foundry like an egg heIL All of
the tit prieoner in the jail were march
ed to th police barracks under a guard
'of police, but nine earaped before ther
wer transferred to rooms in the court
boums when the flame endangered tba '
barrack. The mayor called out four
companies of militia and tbey are now
guarding the priaonere in the court
houae square. For a tim th bulla)
portion of the city was threatened.
There are ao fatalities, but sereral ar -injured.
The loas is over 1100,000k
Business Section Destroyed. t
niOEXLX, Arts, Jan, Il.-Iniorma-tkm
waa received here late tonight that
the buine portion of Mesa City ia
in flsmes. Xo detaila of th origin
of the fir or loss are obtainable
th Baptist, Appears Again ia
NEW YORK, Jan. ll.-A report re
ceived by the American Tract Society
tate tint ia Ponce, Porto Rico, a false
prophet ha. appeared reprvaenting him
elf th .pirit of St. John, th Evan-
geli.t, and i preaching in the villages
and a great many people follow him.
He commands th people to follow aim
nd wear three ero.se to keep Satan
from carrying them off.
BRYAN MADE A DATTO.
DCLUAX. Mindanao. Jan. II. W. J.
Dryan waa today created a Datto and
whit -d by fifty piece, of native artil
lery. He waa then conveyed in a small
boat manned by forty Moro to Datto
Piang's place, where he received many
preiit. Bryan aay. it was the mot
interesting time be has spent in' the
mot of hi arguments. Williams out
lined th specifie tariff doctrine of th
Democratic party and held that tho
Republican tariff wa not as often aa
it was claimed, re.pon.ibla for th
proaperity of the country. To prov
thi h cited th prwperity of Canada,
Mexico, and other countries. Th de
bet on th bill will undoubtedly clone
Saturday and the measure win b put
on pawage Monday.