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UailtHIt FULL AttOOIATIO PAIM fWOT
OOVKR THI MOMNfNa FIILD ON THt LOWCft COLUMBIA
VOLUME LX NO. 228
ASTORIA. OREGON, SUNDAY, JANUARY 28, 1906
PRICE FIVE CENTS
Czar Thus Characterizes
DRINKS HIS HEALTH
New Grouping of th Powers In
Europe' It Fore
RUSSIA GERMANY'S FRIEND
From th Ranurk Mad by Nicholas
l Baaquet H Shew Rnsaia looks
Upoa th FracRuUa Allienc u
a Mismatched Affair.
8T rKTF.Rnt'RU. .fan. 91 -k w
wire with l'r rViit" . "'
ia th rar, i IV ed l ', 'tit'
! I iit;-ir (.' torLy at 1'iiiiL'
e.n ,n l,Mr lf WilHniri'
TO PAY BACK.
TOPEKA, Jan. 27.-Governor Huh
announced lixUjr that auita will
brought to determine ho ntuch of the
f 711,01)0 ehortage tx-Treurr Grime
ami Traurr Kelly muC pay bark in
la th trury. There will be no erirnl
ual pruaecutlune, and no ou.ler suit, at
TOWN IV TLIHI&.
ST. PKTKIUqilRU, Jan. 27.-A dl
patch fmm (Jomal taye Uiat half Ika
town t ia flam, and tbat fighting
going, on In I ha center of tha town be
tween th troopa and rebel who have
bra reinforced by tha peasantry of tba
surrounding dWtrict. Tha dionlr
tanJ to flv count Ira around Gomel
Tka peasantry, aa la tba BalU prov
lne, br deposed tba old authorltiea
and elected rabela to Oil their plaees.
KILL WOUNDED MAN.
LODZ. Huwlan Poland, Jan. 27.-
Thre unknown paraona today pained
ama to tl.a boapl and killed witk
lagger n man named Lukaarlall, wko
wa wounded January 25lh. Tba mur
derers tbua completed, tba aantene of
tha lurat revolutionary tribunal, which
condemned I.ukvlk aa a traitor.
NEGLECTED MIS DUTT.
BUFFALO, Jan. 2.-1irge of n-g
Ject of duly are preferred again! May
or Adama In annnectlon with tba trans
fer of 90.000 of tha police pension
fund. Tha governor will ba naked to
remote AJannt from office.
tiAU MANN ARRESTED
rf S.i ! I n
Eci.l'ir gf Town Topics Arroted
h CIi4f a,f A Perjury.
i r.i l.e mi 1 I " ! .
i I- I! '
Tba phraaaa ara aigniArant anii(h in
themwlvea, tha xpra4on of brother
hood and friendship baring been omit-
.-d In prarkma ara, but turning to
tba (irftnaa nmbauador, it U rrprtnl
ba addetl: "Fret, f'ea plua qua allied
(Mr.iUier, thal'a mora than all.). The
)jiiierir'a chok of the word "Ally"
indicated tha defru.lt a alllanr with
Franra la at lit mnakWrad binding, ImiI
avidently not hair'a brradtk mora.
Collffea Will ba Allowad to Entar ia
and Start 3 la At kittle Cantaata.
NKW YORK. dan. 87,-The inter
pnllegia aaoriatlon met here laat night.
J're.l.lenl V. K. 8tlllraan, of Yale, pra
aided. It waa dWided to amend artii'l
ulna of (ha by bma to permit each rol
to enter aa many aa twt'k men
and alart nva In aarh competition. Here
tnfm tha limit of antriaa waa alghl
fur fiva atartara. It waa alao decided
to derlura dividrnda to college eiite.lt
ing ten or mure men in the ciiiietl
1 ioua, (ha diatancea that tha men travel
to the ineela to lie taken into coitald
arathm In tha dUlillmtion.
Th annual convention nf tha aaanria
tin will ba held at th Fifth avenue
hotel, February, and tha track meeting
jm.balily will take pluca at William
tS ilXLj AT $10,000
HOUSE PASSES BILL.
DUtrict Attorney Jiromt Will Proa,
cut tba Editor of Tawa Teplca for
Ptrjary Committed la Hapgood'i Trial
Tba Colontl Clrei Bail
KEW Y0BK. Jan. ST. CoL W. D.
Mann, editor of Town Topic, waa ar
reded tokiy on a charge of perjury
Browing out of hla testimony in the
criminal libel proceeding agalnat Kon
man Hapgnnd, eUtnr of Collier'a. Mann
waa arreated at hit omVa by a dctacttv
from District AUorney Jerome' ataff
Ha waa aaigned before th city nMgi'
lnl and held in 110,000 bail for ex
amination next Thurdy. The eperiflc
charge atated In the warrant la that
ha fnlacly wor in tha Hapgood trial
In driving tha Initial "O. K." on a V
ler from Ouint Reginald Ward to Moaea
K, Woo(r wwa bi own. A letter from
the Count Ki Woiwlcr waa offered in
evidence by the Hapgnda' rounel. It
referred to certain paragraph to ap:
r concerning the Count and aoked
that he be put on the Toetlng lit of
Town Topic." Thla reijueat wa un
dcHlned in th original letter and mark
ed "O. K D. M.". Mann denied
having placed hla initiala on It.
STABBED IN BACK.
VANIIINtJTOX. Jan, 27.-lu a a
ion la-ting two hour today, the Ilnu-e ST. 1.0CIS, Jan. 27. Vhla walking
paaned an urgent deficiency bill carry-iwhmg Kouth avenue last evening
Ing IISiln.KKI, incorporated whli-h Bertha Riley wa (tabbed In tba back,
waa a provision for an eight hour lawj preaunmldy by a young man. Sha 1
which ahall not apply to alien laborera not aerionaly hui. Thl ak th
n lha Pnm Canal. In addition there alxteenth girl (tabbed In tba trU
paed 2il2 private pennlon hill. during the pat two weeka.
UNION AND NON-UNION
MINERS HAVE FATAL FIGHT
OOLDFIFJ.D, Jan. 27. Jack Cinean brought to Tonopah under a ttrnng
MEN ON RAFT CRAZED WHEN QUEEN DEPARTS
Wave Frantic Signals to Steamer Queen Bat
not Seen- Disappointment Causes Some to
go Crazy and Jump Overboard.
WHEN LAND IS FINALLY MADE BUT FOUR MEN ARE ALIVE
BUOYED UP P0K B0UBS IN HOPE THAT THE STEAaTEK QVL&a
WOULD SEE THEIR SIGNALS OP DISTRESS WHEJf THEY FIND
THAT THEY ARE NOT NOTICED, THE MEN GO CRAZY, AND JUMP
OVERBOARD TO THEIR DEATH POUR FINALLY DRIFT TO LANS
VICTORIA, Jan. 27-Chlef Owk ILu-.tbi veuing, Are being Identified. From
cock of the wrecked ateamer Valencia, tba party on board tba Grant, tba At
one of th aurvlrora found on tba raft oclated Free oorreapondent learned
in Barclay Sound, aay ao poigaaat vaa.tbat the ignal eea on ahor by tbe
th dioappointment of tba abipwrecked j SaJror, aa a reault of whick BritUh
na n, wnea the ateamen yueea lalled to 1 oiuejacKeia on noarai ana un wn.
eo tha algnal aod ebeered away, that aant In aa andeaTor to naaka a binding
ona man went mad and a not bar in a , Thiirtalar. were not Uinaa of furtaer
fear minute died. Other to lighten 1 aurvivora, but made by ona of tba party
Uta rait puahed tba body overboard.
Then another paaaenger with a cry,
lipped off the raft, leaving eight. Then '. escaped, and tba total Dumber of aur
a man named Greggy went inaane and vivor 1 but thirty-seven out or
became violent While torn propelled total of 154 on board tba Valencia when
tha raft landward other were obliged to i abe foundered.
THREE LIVES LOST.
LewelL, Maaaachoaett, HoaUlry
aumed by Flra.
1)WF.I.U la., Jan. 27. -Three
lire were lot by tba burning of tba
Riehardoa Hotel here at f o'clock tbia
morning. Tbe dead arei
If. C. Harding, Somerrille, Ma.
ChriMin Kelaon, ptry took, of Boa-
Mia Jiwephina Kenniter,
Franklin Fall, X. IL
K If. Dickey, of Portland, Me, wa
injured by jumping from a window oa
the fourth floor.
There were mora than forty gucata
la tha building wbea the flra broke out.
Tba upper floor of the hotel were
bumd out. Tba flra la beliiwnl to
bare atarted In tba kitchen from aa
DR. LEGCO WINS.
Banal Handicap ia Woa Before a Large
OAKLAND, Jan. 27. Before the
largest gathering ever avaemblej at
Euxryrillr, the fturne handicap wwa
run today over, a good track, ut.
LegKit won; Red Leaf, arvoad; Proper,
third; time, 2:05). Tbe ditance waa a
mile and a quarter.
TANCIKR. Jan. 27. righting bna
begun between the Anjera tribcmen
and ntenib.r of Rainuli'a kind. The
trilM-men burned three village eaat of
Tangier and are now attacking Kuiauli
in force at FortreM in Zenai.
Wife of Millionaire Is
Shot By Coachman.
IS INSTANTLY KILLED
Woman and Coachman Quarrel
Over Alleged Debt and
OFFICER ARRESTS MURDERER
Coachman Come to Hon and De
mand Money and ia Rtfneed B
Draw Revolver Which Woman At
temp to Grab Man Kill Her.
of nine journeying from Darling Creek,
Thi diapoeee of tba belief that other
bold him. Hancock, wbo fell alerp,
waa awakened by Greggy clutching hia
throat and aaylng, "You ar a wild dog
Paaa Out Pood.
Surrirora at Barclay 8ouhd apeak in
high term of tba bravery of the ate
GRIDIRON CLUB ENTERTAINS
WASHINGTON, Jan. 27. From Waahington to Panama, the Gridiron
Club took ita gueata and ahowed them bow to conatruct the Ithmian
Canal. There were arore of hita upon Canal building. One member
went nothing acroaa tha Plaaa replanting that b waa in front of
Governor Magoon' residence. When aked what he waa doing be about
eti "Don't (top me, I'v got to writ 20,000 word attacking the canal
and have only got tea minutea to lay." Humoroua ong were uaed to
introduce the apraker. Thoa who made interesting apeeche included
President Ronoevelt, fiecreteriea Root and Taft, Mark Twain and Am
,11 dead at Tonopah tonight and Geo.
Cole, repreaentativ In th l-gll-latur
ia ahot through the arm aa a reault of
a pitched battle between union and
ton-union miner at Clifford'. Eight
Mn-anloa miner war arretted, and
guard to prevent lynching. The trouble
la aid to bava originated becaua Cole
and tha committee of miner went to
Interview miner charged with working
for leaa thaa 13. A man named ilitnl
I aald to bar optned flra.
and good to et," WJien at htt the
womled ahorca of Turret Inland were
ecn and aa the raft drifted near ahore.
man named Wilton became crary and
iin-d into the water.
Raft Make Short.
The raft with four aurviora and thret
bodie grounded on the aandy bmcb.
'ho btvlie were left on the raft where
they were found next morning by the
Salvor. Tbe four aurvlvor crept above
high water mark and fell into a attipor.
Frank Connor, who imagined be aw a
lighthoiiH and went to And it, got loat
in the bruah. Next "morning the Sal
or found him teml-conacioii muttering
he wa "Going to find tha light houae."
Connor will recover.
An Ottawa anecial atatea thai the
Canadian government haa ordered an
Investigation of th Valencia wm-k.
The ateamer Salvor ha returned
from tha acene of th Valencia, wreck.
Only tha broken dump of a meat and
part of a derrick howed.
The ateamer Salvor returned from the
wreck today with three aurvivora, and
the United StaU Steamehip Grant
will reach Seattle tonight with eleven
mora and three bodice, whil the tug
Bahada with two flailing dorie wa
trying to recover other wnahed aahore
near th acen of tba wreck.
Sixteen Bodiet Recovered.
Sixteen bodiet war recovered np to
ward and ttewwrdeaa on the Valencia
They constantly pasaed out food to all
and long after the people took to th
rigging tha ttcwuid and many of hi
waiter pnased up meat and eandwiche
to thme bahed to the yardarm wreck.
The three anota heard by thoM on
the ateamer Queen a the ttood by the
wrccK Wedneaday were attempt to
throw line axhoiv. Lineman Logwo
telephoned the Aaaociated Pre corres
pondent at Pachena that three linea had
been aent ahore ward. The flrat fell ihort.
the aecond waa caught by Logan and
while he wa making It fact it broke,
the third fell abort. Thoe on the rock
aw the failure and when ignla were
iida the abota could not be beard
above tba roar of tbe water although
the wreck waa only 150 yard way.
Th men on the wreck waved their
arm, Indicating that they had no more
line. The laat hope wa gone and toon
afterward when the ateamer Queen bad
juat left, the men on ahor v tbe end.
Befor long the wreclug commenced
to waih on the rock, and there th flrt
Ave bodiea wr found.
Government agent ara buay organii
ing pone of Indian in Barclay Sound
and near Ucluelet where it 1 believed
a majority of tha bodie will be recov
ered. One body baa been already re
covered at Ucluelet and another) 1 lo
cated near Cape Beala.
DENY THE CHARGES
Beef Trust People Say Thay Paid
WOULD NOT DO SUCH THINGS
Conaael for tba Packer Say That They
Wonld Not Try to do Sack a Wicked
Thing ai Bribe a Poor Ifewtpaper
CHICAGO, Jan. 27.-Counel Miller,
representing Armour and Company, in
the Beef Packing caaea, id with ref
ere nee to tbe correspondence given out
by the state department today, which
atatd that Judga Brown counsel , for
N'claon Morn and Company paid money
to two newspaper men in an attempt to
procure a biaed report of the court
proceeding, that ao far Armour and
Company, were concerned nny augge
tion that they atempted to poiaon the
public mind by dissemination of falt
and misleading statement, la basele.
Continuing he a id:
"Wa have at all time been the vic-
tima of thia poison."
Edward Morrit of Kelson, Morri &
Company, a Wo gave out a abatement
denying any knowledge about tha occurrence.
ENGAGED COUPLE GUESTS.
PHILADELPHIA, Jan. 27-Mim Alice
Roosevelt and Congresman Ingworth
were the guet at a testimonial din
ner tendered by laaao H. Clothier to
Uoyd C. Griscoin, recently appointed
miuister to Brazil. While not exactly
preaent at the banquet, MLa Roosevelt
wa present during the epeech-making
and wa entertained in an adjoining
room by Mr. Clothier, at a formal
UaS AXGKLKK, Jan. 27.-Mr. Can
Held, wife of multi millionaire and oil
magnate K. C. Canfleld, a prominent so
ciety woman of Lot Angele wa ahot
and almoat Instantly killed from tha
porch of her residence tonight. Her
i layer is Morri a Buck, a former coach -man.
According to hia own alory,
which be related to the offioer who cap
tured him, Buck wrote Mrs. Cansald
demanding payment of a large sum of
money which ba claimed wa due him.
Ho say tba letter received ao re
sponse and be determined to aeek a per
sonal Interview. He went to tbe CanSekl
residence and when ha renewed hi de
mand, Mr. Canfleld ordered him oh tba
premises. - A household servant atarted
to attack him and Buck drew re
volver. Mr. Canfleld sieced tbe weap
on and attempted to WTeot it from him.
During tha acuffle he pulled tbe. trig
ger and tha bullet struck Mrs, Canfleld
in the brvast and (be fell back on tbe
porch. According to tba neighbor
Buck fired a second ahot, atriking Mrs.
Canfleld in the abdomen, after h felL
Th flrat shot went directly through her
heart. In addition to the gun which
ww nacd, on Buck' person were found
another revolver and a long dirk knife.
Mr. Canfleld ia mother of largo family.
Famous: Horahot Curv Will b Dona
NEW YORK, Jan. 27. A dispatch to
tha Timea from Pittsburg aay tha
famous horaeohoa curve on the Penn
sylvania Railroad ia to be elminiated.
Two method are proposed and four
sets of plan have been prepared. Two
plana are ior tunneling through tha
mountains, ona nine mile and tha other
eleven mile long. Other plan are new
route aero th mountain one ninety
and the other 105 mile long. The nine-
mile tunel plan probably will bo
The tunnel would enter at or near
Kittaning Point, and emerge between
Creaeon and Lilly. Tbia would ba the
second largest tunnel in the world. It
will be ventilated with shaft reaching
the crest of the mountain. All opera
tion through it will be by electric pow
er. Tbe cost of the tunnel and making
connect iona with main line ar esti
mated at more thaa $15,000,000.
VENEZUELA MAY TREAT
OTHER POWERS LIKEWISE
CARACAS, Jan. 26 (via Port of.
SpaJn) The government today replied
to tbe joint note of the diplomatic cor pa
-Uting it would not accept Veneiuela'
position concerning th official charac
ter of M. Taigny, tba French eharga
'affaires. The government maintain
the position that it baa taken regarding1
Taigny and say any government of
those represented by tbe diplomatio
corps may at any time And itself ia
tbe me position. At present it ia not
known her what action tba FrvncU
government will take.