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VOLUME LX NO. 220
ASTORIA. OREGON, SATURDAY. JANUARY 20, 1906
PRICE FIVE CENTS
KING DAVID IS
British Ship Driven on
SEVEN MEN ARE LOST
EihUcn of Dew Picked Up
By Steamer Queen
SUFFER EXTREHE HARDSHIPS
Ship ia Wrecked Waalka Island and
Crw Reack Short km f Crtw
Try ta Kaack Cap Baal asd At
VICTORIA, Jan. lO.-Tht British
kip King David, lof overdue from
-lrn) Cnu fur Puget Sound, wa
iRjVJv recked oa Bajo Point, Nnolke
Island er Vancouver lalaad, Ik-
The rrw managed to get to short
ml reached u Indian village what
hltf wm secured. Chief Officer A.
Wallstrota. who belongs to Oxford, N.
Z, with six seamen, left In one of th
dip's boaU for Cap Beale to seek as
eUlanre and baa tut since bwn heard
of, cad b Miami luUlmi.
The ' steamer Quota City, which
rvached Ctayonunt thit ft'rivxm, eg
rout to Victoria reports having picked
up Captalo CotUrell and tha survivor,
eighteen In all from the beach on
Tha men suffered cuneldcrahle pri
vation. Donald McIod, a sstlinsker.
died on board tha Queen City on tha
loth Tha ateamnr Quern City also
report having picked np Iba American
choner M. Turner, of Han Francisco,
on January IHth, In dlstre-e off tha
Vancouver Island coast Tha schooner
had been blown northward by the
heavy iralea and the sails Mown away.
Tha Queen City towed the Turner to
KllUnlch IlarW near Kyuquot
It la etpactad a tug will be arnt from
here to bring the vessel to Victoria.
The King David, 1M days from a
Mexican port, waa reinsured at Sit per
Lack of information and bad chart
am lil lit tha dispatches from tha
wot eiwst to 'be reponlhle for the
droning of Chief Officer A- WalMrom.
and elx seamen of tha wrecked British
hip Ktng'ftrrld. driven nahore on Ba
jo Reef on DiWmber 1.1th.
Although tha arena' 'ftf the dla-ler l
within eight inilea of the Indian settle
went of Xootka. where a large trading
pt in locat-d, and a new light
house and telegraph atation and a Urge
settlement at Clayoquot Captain Dav
idson ent the boat' crew to Cape
Deal, on hundred mllea away for as
l.taw and the bnafa crew never arrived.
GRILLED BY ONEIL
'WASHINGTON. Jan. 19.-At today',
joint Statehood hearing la an Impass
ioned speech Fai gen OWell declared the
committee was acting a judge, jury
and prosecuting attorney in advocating
th joint Statehood bill and character-1
.- bed aa a crlm the way the bearing
BIS THE IUH.
Ortfoi Eicarataaiatt Cat Out af Call
lorala Sala Finally.
8 A N'T A MARQARITA. CaL Jan. IB,
-For tha first time alno leaving tb
Wlllaawtt Valley, tha Oregon Da
rclopmeol lingua excursionists aa
Iba un today. From Pao Roblea tha
rid through tb ganta Margarita Val
ley proved tha mot eajoyabte of tha
trip, to far.
Victor Wood, Murveyor-Ceaeral of
California, met the party at Paaa
Koble and lnltd oa a apecial atop
being niada at haa lila Obkpo, where
a bra band greeted the peial at It
rolled Into the depot.
Tbe Chamber of Cora mere t-ndrred
tb vUltur aa Informal reception, and
refreshment war enjoyed, together
with bountiful gift of flower and
fruit Governor Chamberlain addreaard
tha eltUent, and hi ramarka were w
thulatlcally received, m tka tow la a
Two box ear, ditched a abort dit-
anr from thU pUe. delayed the
prrUI a few momenta, and a email
land.lid I reported at Cone prion.
SIV01UTI0NISTS a COMTKOL.
Ct'AVAQUIL, Ja. 1.-Th revolu
Ii4nirie hava entered Quito tb eapi
tal of uadr and VlcV PmlaYnt II
querlco Moreno baa attumed Iba xecu-
i iv power aim win appoint a new
House Discusses Mikinj of De
MONEY FOR KNOX'S PORTRUT
Lhtaaar Stat Haadi af Dcpartmrata
Sheuld B Curbed la Demaaca Far
Dfldaey SupplUa Mi) Paid Far
Picturt af Attaraey-Caatral Kaai.
WASHIN'GTOM. Jan. 10.-A reform
in th mattar of makl- flrienry p
prnriaUon, agitated n today,
and the entire t'"e led to ll'
diculon, with option of a
hort apeerh ftv ie hldea by Perkint
of New York.
Th urgency of tli deficiency bill I
bring considered under the general de
bat order and Ultauer, of New York.
In charge of th bill et th pae by
pointing out th failure of th legUla
tktn of lat )wr to curb the head of
tli departmenta in their demand for
deficiency atipplie. The only prrin
illui-atton in need for reform, cited.
u th appropriation of WO 1 5 for a
portrait of Attorney-General Knox.
which Attorney-General Moody had
paid out of the contingent fund of the
department of Ju.lUsi and for which
tlie bill make provUion.
I'nder the new limitation thia ue of
Ilia contingent fund will not be permit
ted. The general debate will proceed
RESTORED TO DUTY.
XUVRE 1SUVSD, Cel. Jan. 19. Newe
w receltl from the Secretary of the
Xavy that Kuaign Wade, U. & N., 1
aofiiltted of all chargea in connection
with the ltanlngton diaater and baa
been restored to duty.
Democratic member -of th commit
tee agreed with 0Neil and encouraged
him to continue hi speech which threw
the committee into aa uproar.
Chairman Hamilton today Intimated
that the joint Statehood bill might be
reported by committee oa Monday.
FRENCH WILL IKE NAVAL
DISPATCHES FIVE WARSHIPS TO VENEZUELA
Castro' Offeusive Attitude
MeTaignyis Personal Grudge He is Now Dis
pleased Willi Russell's Actions.
UNCLE SAM MAY SEND WARSHIP TO VENEZULAN WATERS
Preiident af Vntul Seema ta Regard TJ. S. Minittar Sauell'i Actiaaa la
Behalf af Franc u Paraoaal Rather Than Official VeneiutUa Habok
Will b Givea ta UndmUnd That United State Will Met Tol.rat Any
Sack Treatment at Wu Accorded French Representative.
WASIIINGTOX, Jan. 19. Thro
French wanhlp ire off tbe VmetueUa
eoaat preparing to deliver th anwr
of Franca to Prealdent Ceatro'a treat
ment of Talgny. the French representa
tive at Caracaa, by a nival demonatra
tion'ln Veneauelan water,.,,,,...
Twa (dditional warohipa will join
them at auoo a they can make th trip
acroae th Atlantie.
Tha delicacy of Iba altuatioa at
Caracal waa graatly Increaaed by the
new which recently reached her from
Caracaa regarding tha attitude which
Caatro, appear . to baj umliy tb.
ward Ripaell, tha American miniater.
I'nlea thia attitude la radically
modified it my ba neceaaary to dia
patch aa American wandilp even nearer
I HADLEY DEFENDS FOOTBALL:
XKW YORK, Jan. 19. -More than graAuatea of Yam attended
the Xew York Alumni dinner at Sherry'a tonight, at which President
Hadlry wa one of the principal speaker. II extolled football aa one
of the major sport and not as dangerou aa claimed. He aaid tha
trouble waa in tha graduates and "pectatora who overestimate tb
importance of tha gam and not with the player. Tba trouble ia," he
aid, "football la not too much play-d but too much talked about"
Walter Camp spoke almilarly of the overestimated dangers of the
A peat 1 Smith Say H Did Hot Say
"It Waa Only a Trick."
SALT LAKE. Jan. 19,-Apostle John
Henry Smith, in a statement given to-
my, malu-a vigoroua denial of the pub-
lUlit-d report alleging to quota him in
relation to the Woodruff manifesto.
AKtle Smith is quoted a saying In
an interview with on Prof. W. M.
Wolf that the Manifesto issued by the
late President Wilford , Woodruff pro
hibiting th practice of polygamy "waa
only a trick devised to beat tbe devil
at hi own game." It I pur fiction
Commltt on lattntata and Fortlga
Commerce Confer oa Bat Bill.
WASHINGTON. Jaa. 19-Tha Repub
lican member of the House committee
on Interstate and foreign eommrc held
a eonferenoa at th capitol tonight at
which tba nepbura rata bill wa dis
cussed at eonsiderabla length. Th
bill will be reported ta th House next
week la a (lightly modified form.
Senator Dolliver attended tha confer
ence and joined With tha Republicans
In reviewing tha provision of th mess
ur. Th eauru wa held in Hepburn's
committee room. 1
Toward France Regarding
the Venetuclaa onat than haa already
Caatro, it la aaid. will be given to
nnderaUnd that any treatment of aa
American representative auch ai that
accorded to Talgny will not ba tol
erated. The enuae which eaa b aa-
cribed her of Caatro'a attitude toward
Ruwa-ll i that, tha former hwiata npoa
regarding aa personal rather than of
ficial, the effort which Ruaeell hu made
to aaiat In the peaceful settlement of
the Franco-Venezuelan trouble.
Th request of tba French govern
mnt that it 'a inter! In Venezuela be
looked after by Ruell waa immedJ
airly granted for the reason that auch
a requeet ia invariably granted by a
friendly power, however, difficult the
Cant dia a Government Increase, Sal
mon Caanriea Tax.
VANCOUVER, B. O, Jan. 19.-An in
crease of over S00 per cent on the aver
age and from 400 to 1000 per cent ia
iiulividuaKcaae haa been mad in the
provincial tax levies for 1906 against
the salmon canneries on the Fraxer
SALOON HELD UP.
BUTTE, Mont., Jan. 10, Th Discoll
saloon on North Main street waa 'held
np Uiie morning by two men and about
9 ISO, taken. Tba robber escaped.
About a doien men ware in tha saloon
at th time of tba robbery engaged in
a gam of card and they were compell
ed to hold up their hands.
DEFEND WAGS INCREASE.
INDIANAPOLIS, Jan. 19.-An in
crease in tha wage of th coal miner
equivalent to tha reduction accepted
by th United Mine Worker In th
joint wag conference of 1004, 1 the
proposition which the operators ar ex
pected to defend la joint conference to
eonren in India naplis next Tuesday
upon the adjournment of tha present
annual convention of tba United Mine
USE 8TS0H0 KA6IIT.
Pawerfal MagBat Will Draw Piece af
Steal From Xaa'a Head.
rillLADKDPHIA, Jan, 19.-A power
ful magnet will be aaed tomorrow at a
hoepital here in a effort to 'draw
piece of ateel from the brain of John
Kail of Win.M. X. C. '
While Xit aa at work in a
chine ebop aix month ago, a piece of
tee penetrated hi akull aver tbe
right ear. It wa drawn outa but a
plinter of atetl remaina in tb brain.
Recently be arrived here and physi
cian with X-Bay, foand tha bit of
tex-l. The akull wa opened and there
wa hemorrhage. That made it im
poaaible to proceed. Tbe magnet will
be applied to Xail'e bead tomorrow, to
draw out tbe piece of ateeL
Bartholmie Mctria, Farmar President af
Argentine, Paaaaa Away.
BUENOS AYRES. Jan. 1!). General
Bartholmie Metric died today. Ha waa
8.1 years of age. He wa president of
Argentine from li? to 171 and gen
eral in chief of tbe army of BnuiL
Argentina and Uruguay is the thnee
years' war with Paraguay. Ha gained
conHiilerable ditinrtin al-o in litera
ture, hi works including a translation
in Spnih of Dante's "Divine Comedy."
Porto Rians Complain of Ameri
.. cin Officii!.
DO NOT CONSULT ISLANDERS
Porta Kicana Charge That th Six
Americana at tha Head at Depart
ments af lntnlar Government, lu
Affair ta Suit Themaelraa,
WASHINGTON, Jan. 19. -Broad
charge as to the indifference of
American official ia Porto Rica to tba
wishes of th Porto Rkan were made
by Mayor Roberto Todd, of San Juan,
In a hearing today before tha House
committee oa insular affairs on the
proposed bill to re-orgaaiae the insular
government. Todd charged that the
sis American members of the executive
council who are also head of the de
partments of tha Insular government,
do not consult the five native members
of tha body and do not even Invite them
to the meetings of the council. Thia
body is both executive and Irgislativ
in its function and stands in th re
lation of tli Senate to tha House of
delegate of Porto Rico.
NEW YORK. Jan. 19. Former Presi
dent G rover Cleveland loft the home of
Paul Morton yesterday and is now with
Dr. Joseph D. Bryant hi friend and
physician, in East Forty-eighth street.
Dr. Bryant said last night that Mr.
Cleveland was feeling . ill and would
remain in the city for several day. It
waa' aaid that that Mr. Cleveland was
still slightly, indisposed.
CHAUNCEY. CANCELS ALL
NEW YORK, Jan. 19. Senator
Cbauncey M. Depew, whoa health is
said to b impaired, waa la consulta
tion today with several physicians, nnd
it wa announced that he ha cancelled
all hia social engagement.
Cbauncey M. Depew Jr., In speaking
of hia father' condition, aaidt
sAtyr father' health ha given way.
"Red Sitzdarto Decele
PEASANTS WILL MOURN
Revolutionists Have Conc!u&4
Not to Stir Up Any
THE C0NSTITUTI0N1STS MEET
Constitutional Democratic Party Hold
Sessiea Prepeait-oa t Beyeett Ile
tiana Far Doaata Meet With Scant
ST. PETERSBURG. Jan. 19,-There
ia little prospect of disorder Monday
next though the revolutionary labor
orgs n tut ion and a vast mass of peas
ants ar determined to honor Urn
memory of tba OH starred follower
Father Capon by a eeatioa of work,
and pleasure on tha anniversary of
Tba anniversary of Red Sunday
will be observed aa a' day of mourning
and not of strife." aaid a leading mem
ber of tbe revolutionist committee ta
tha Associated Press today. Ha dis
claimed all idea of collision with tba
troops, who. he say, after tha events
at Moscow must ba considered loyal to
A dispatch to th Associated Press
from Moscow nay no bloodshed is ox
Another manift-statioa of tha abas,
donment of aa open revolutioa waa
given at today's session of tbe constitu
tional Democrats party whea tba
proposition to boycott tha eiecUona for
tha Douma, though urged by soma of
tba iatransigeniet met with scant
favor. Hearty applause greeted those
a peak er who urged the fullest parties
pat ion in th elections.
ST. PETERSBURG. Jaa. 19.-Ia or
der to further tb good relations be
tween Russia and America, Prof. Bona
Gardiner, aa American, a professor at
tha school of technology and for many
year a resident of Russia, baa applied
to the minister of education for per
mission to open n Raso-Americaa
academy under the name of Franklin
College. In addition to the umial Rue-
sian branches, th curriculum will la-
cludfe course ia the English language.
American history nnd political and
economic science. Instruction will ba
conducted in Russian.
SANTO DOMINGO, Jin. 19 Tbe
Dominican Government in receiving th
surrender of Monte Criati permitted tha
revolutionary governor. General Arias,
to depart for Porto Rico nd granted
general amnesty to other revolutionist.
Ha will not M able to accept any mora
dinner invitations) alt bis engage
ment hsva been camelled. '
"Ha U now nt tbe tim nf life whea
h And ha must be careful of bis
bet lth. He will return to Washing
ton Sunday night He baa no inten
tion of giving np hi work) la tb