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VOLUME LX NO. 243
ASTORIA, OREGON. SUNDAY. FEBRUARY 4, 1S0S
Cc:!l Wcrkcca " Rested
FOaCED TO FLEE AWAY
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ntHim rKitic iiiirwia nu
Hard Time Entering'
mm STEP 1$ OPPOSED
Sailread Monopoly Fight Could EUe-
trle Company Organised t Haraii
Conttrecttea Crw Caique Methods
ta Bead OS Oppealtloe,
ORoVIIXE, Cal., FtU. S.-Tb Smith
nt Paclfi ha opened rl war agnlnl
tb advancing force of (tic Western
1'acifle with a boiabardjarat ct bowlder
from tka tnotiaUla U. Oenig
tiuuhl kail um (ouch tust In the
' East, whr fa sought to invade the
lYnasylvanta railroad territory at Pitta
burg and tbwwbrr, but nothing inr
th Notithcrn Pacific it Making
Llm ia th Mountain country round
Oloville, Im.lt county.
New tactic of obslructtoa against
lb Western Pacific wer rwelrd in
1b interference of (hi- Southern Pacific
with th work of Gould" contractor In
th Feather river cenynn, whrr Urge
Ark wer hurled dowa th kl of the
raayon, adnging. tlie liv of thr
mn nawged in construction work. It
is aliened that th Golden. Stat lowr
Company, believed to b an adjunct uf
llaniman'a line, waa organised fur th
uqMM of karaaing th tJould interest
in tha vkinlly of Orovllle, caused th
attack on tha Weatera t'aclfkt la'mnts
In tha canyon and compelled them to
-e v1 work.
Tkla company allege that tha Goiilil
wen am trespassing on it inirty antl
la uinf all Ita afforta to block thalr
Major-Canaral KacArtkaf Camiag Frsa
ManckaiU ta A mar lea.
WASHIXomV. Fab. S.-Vith
rtur to tha I'nltaU Ktatoa of (ionoral
Arthur UaeArtkur, wko waa ia tka far
Kat aa on of tha Amariraa military
ubwrma and who la aow rnrouta to
tka UiiHH RtatM. and with th promo
tion of Crwral (Irarly to tha jrraoo of
Mjor-fraaral tbrrt will k two oftVar
to ba jirnvdliHl with dIU.lon aomManda
Tha aMitkwatara divMna ia puwmand
d by a brifsdW, Oaneral Said win, but
with tha aaalitifinant of Ranrfal Lto who
mnnuian4d ana of tha drpartmanta of
that divUkw, to duty ia tha rhilip
piwa, on of th Bujor jtimthW ran ba
aaalfrnml to ia aommand of tha aotk
wattara HlvlWn and at ill laavt a brlga
dlarganmra command for O-nrral
Wlthla ! iVw daya MaJorOBarsJ
Sumarr, aommandinf tha raritte diria
Uw, will ba phuwd oa tha ratirwd lit,
kavlnf a liujor-gaBarmra command.
it ia quiia proliabla that fiaaaral Mao-
Arthur il n-tura to tha command of
tha iVifto divlaloa and that tb aouth-
r.trrn dlvi-lon will ba General Oreo-
ly't AM aoaittwnd at a majorancral,
01 RECOVERED El
HEVEuUE CUTTEH FEY PICKS OP 11 tC:!
NfccKlicS'Arc Fickca Up Ca tocii at Darlin
Creek ad Ttto Here Arc Fc::J at. Sea,
BODIES BEGINNING TO RISE OWNING TO DECOMPOSITION
TO AX2AECX GAX23.
XS ntANCI-HCO, Fab. J J. A. 11m
Duaald, of Vaannircr, R. C tka rpt
enUtive of tht Brltiah Columbia
Rugby Football VnUm bat arrirrd hr
to prrfwt arrangmita for a af-rW of
famea batwaaa kxil playrr and a tram
Of Xrw Zealand rlumpiooa. fr. Mae
Doaakl will intaniaw tha athMic offic
ial of tba L"nivrrity of California and
Mian ford and cndVaviir to umngr
naU'bra with Inmi from tboaa ioti
J. J. Glttaoa Stlactad Laadar of Friaca
HAS FRAM'ISttl, Frli. 3,J..bn J.
t.lc-ii, alhlrtlc hdrf at the tlypiiir
1tiK ha flnaly bwn appniMtrd manager
if tha Sun FiaiH'iwo tram fur
tha nirnina acaMin. Clin mm hn pur
rlm. th lntrrvt hdil In tha club by
llftiry Hani, firiinr iimniiicr of th
I cam. ' i
KRIT7IS0 FACTORY BURNS.
(IXllN.VATf. Fab. i-Firo U.t
iiljilit oVatroyrd tha knitting faHury of
V. J, Ki h A Co layna avrnuo and
Hcvvntavnt k atrtet and lo twanty-on
Jarlliupi adhdtiinif. Uxut, 1 1 23,000,
Rivtirui coma perry does good work (x fihouio tki bodies
I.U5I TUIJCU FAS5K HCERS DECOXPOSITIOIf IS BK
CIMHIHO TO SIT IH, AMD BODIES ARK RISING VALENCIA IS
HOW BROUN UP, AND MACRI HERY OF BOAT, IS LYING VISIBLE
tatca tba rutt farry baa aucmdxd
ia gi-Ulnff win bodk-a from th Vrath
at Dariluo Cm-k. Th IVrrr alo fouaJ
Moroccan Confcrtnca Approach-! two utia at today, maiinj tkiHr
urn ra amooin today though thr
aurf continued to roll heavily and the
bodiea are beginning to ri. It i ax
1 I L . .' 1 1 .
itivim Aiiraeue AiieeAiir r" -- . vr mnrereu
AAiCII ULK mC UUIUioaC fnm aow on. Owlmr to th. .dv.n
lata of derompcMitkfa tba botliea her
after will ba buried wherw fmind.
ESorta BIb Mad by Dalcgatca to I Tba Peity, whk-k returned to Banifleld
Secnr Accord Batwaaa Franca and I tonight after a day apent in crul-lnr
Ctimaay Bafor Dadaiv Quaatioa ialaear th. arena of tha vm-lc. report
Broacaed Folic Caatrol ta Diipatt
100 yard from aboia. Oflkera of the
Perry aay the eoun. ha took ia indi
cated ia tha kelp.
Badiaa Wr noatiag.
Tha hodie rerarerad by tba cottar
ere all pk-ked op whra vrubdnf over a
mile from the 'wmrk, each biuf aigbtad
from tka learner' de k. Th aorpoea
wer all n.le ' and badlr mutiUted.
fVone bad beea Uentifled. Tka tug
Hyadda i to bring tha bodiea to Vic
Ckriatiaaaaa ia Angry.
VANCOUVER, Feb. S.-(apt. Chrin
tianen, maater of tha tug Ctar, which
wa on of tka ream, fleet at tk wreck
of th Valencia, I out hiking for the
"alp of Capt, Couaina, of th Queen,
Ila nay that many atatement made by
Fifty Man Ara Saricaaiy Hart ia Kiaa
CENEriEE, Feb. 3.-Fifty men were
burned many aerfaxxly, by aa eupkwion
ia the Sterling Mine aear Schuyler to
day. The erjdimioa wa rawed by the
acrumulatkm of ga ia the aaod houw
aear the aurfac. The aiea were eon
ing up the ahaft at the rUne of the day
work when the gaa wa ignited by one
pi their Ump. A blinding exploaion
followed. The men w.-re all brought to
WILL NOT LOSE MUCH.
ST. IjOCW, Feb. 3 -Reeeiver IWi
of the People' rnite.l State Bank. b
ready to make a M per cent payment
to d.itor and ktockholik-r. The
flrt payment waa 30 pef cent. The
bank will probably rewy neatly dollar
for dollar. '
COPENHAGEN. Feb. S.Q.i.en Alex
audrl arrived here thia evening and wa
. met at the depot by King Frederick.
It U not Improhahln the funeral of Kliiir
.(lirWtlaa will I potponed to February
2lt In order to permit the attendance
of aeveral royal pronage, among them
AUiH'lllAS. Feb. 3,-Th mnfercnr
nn aCoraoran reform ia aow freed from
MMt minor (jiiealkina ami And Itwlf
fat appreachlng th main leue which
hing on who ahall control th police
of llontcco. Th Or legal have vbown
an im-reaclng anxiety at approaching
thU lue, kmiwing th Inten feeling
l ba aMiud between Franc and
(rnianr, EfTort ara being mail to
eenre accord before the question reachea
an open conference and tlierehy to avert
pen enntruveray ami njien a Miblc
France, on the one kand, want con
I ml of th acml-niilitary police. Cer
many cdijeet tan-au It will make
Franc virtual mter of Morocco' po- ('vinK Lieut. Slroinberg and tix
litical future. Home of the comprcmiiae M,"lor "" rT ww w relieva th
project offan-d are on the following warcher on hora, who are now thoi-
acncral linei Firt. leave the pulk to n"MT rhausted,
he Sultan of Morocco. lliU avoidt m aea wa amooth. totlay, ttwuph a
Oermany'a objection to French .ntril "' ,,lf M4 " h hre, and the
u Franc' objertkm to internet km I P'k of the Valencia could be plainly
control, but neverthcle 1 dUla.teful ,rnm t"5 up,k ' th, rry. The
to France. Another compromi lnce",,,i"B f, the ateamcr hoW plainly in
control In th hand of Fran.- and tni k,',l'' nJ hn ,),,i,,,r nJ yHnr.
aouie other country. Spain for xmpl.frnm hkh the hull baa ben broken
Thl. Incur t'N.rm.nv, nniKwllioa to UT. cn b seen alove th water at
MANY HORSES BURNED
ST. LOUS, Feb. i. Fir tonight totally destroyed tha I'nk Elevator
in Kt Pt. Louia containing a million bnhrh of wheat. The kiaa i
$1(10.0110. Th Ar apread to th atablea of th St. Ixuia Tiwn.fer
Coniny and 200 horae and a man wagona wer burned aa well at
th building. The fir originated in th engin hou of the .elevator.
Seven dwelling wer covered with burning oil from the explosion of four
tank car and destroyed. Th occupant escaped. The heaven war,
brightly lighted and it ia estimated W.OtW people viewed th fir from
both bank of tha Mii.iippi riw aad tli brhlg.
Th tank car which exploded were .landing nearly 400 yard from the
elevator and contained KlflO galkm each. Ju.t north of the tank car
threa atring of kwded freight car wer deluged by the burning oil
TRAIN IS VHEGriED
East Bound CR.L&P Pasjeji-er
Train b Ditched.
0eU:G0N PEOPLE ARE KURT
C2stro is Tt! Etrtcri!:
CALLS FlIAIXFS LLUFr
Venezasla Is tzziy tr.i
R'ht en French
CASTRO !$ NOT AFkAID
Presideat Hia JtanH Order ta Fir.
aa First F reach War tatl Sltci
Craiaiag ia VenetaeUa WateraTa
Prohibit FreiKh Impart.
Lacomotiv Tender to Derailed Throw
ing Seven Cart lata Ditch and Dowa
Embankment Sevan Pcraoas lajored
Traia Waa Traveling at Slew Rat.
The wreck I not more than whole kit ia that direction.''
uilliiiutlon be Pr.iu In control Aa. t"""
other, whk'h apparent Ir ha ficramn.v'
appnival i an International polk, for Franc will b in position to awumej
aa ,..iii.-iit,il mrlikl anil If thi. full. I coninn
Cousin rerarding what owurretl on the
Vededy morning following th wreck
of th Valencia are partly, if not whol
"If there ua anv eonardic xhiliitl
by any one on the morning of January
24th, it wa not by any on on the
CJar," Mid Capt. Christiansen, I do
not desi to say that Capt. Cousin i
a coward, but if he say that I or any
on else on the ( tar acted in a coward
ly manner I will reply that he beat the
DCPvHAM, X. M, Feb, g.-Sevea were
injured, two probably fatally, ia tit
wreck of th east-bound Chicago, Rite I,
Inland and Pacific paaaenger train four
mile from Durham today. Among the
seriously, but not fatally injured, are:
J. II. Dennis, Mr. MargarVt Dennis and
Maletha Denni from Oregon. Two pri
vate ear containing memhera of the
Chicago commercial association did not
lesve the track and th occupant es
caped witK a bad shaking up. The
wreck wa caused by the derailment of
the hvomotiv tender. Seven car wer?
ditched rolling dowa the embankment.
The low rat th traia waa tmveling
prevented a larger loa of life.
WllXEMSTAD, Fell. 3. - Paa-enf-em
from La (iuayra, Veacmela, report
that President Castro U making every
poaaibla war preparation. Tbay said or
der have been isaued to fir oa thai
first Fra4 war vm aightsd cniiiir.g
ia Vepemielaa wateiw. Castro regards
th wkol French movement a a "bhiiT
and ay be will "not be bluffed" and ,
ara he will retaliate by prohibiting the
importation of French goods into
WASHINGTON, Feb. 3.-W. J. Cal-
houn, tli PresMlcnf special commit
sioncr in the asphalt controversy with
Venetuela, ha arrived in Washington,
and today called at th State Depart
ment to consult with Secretary Root in
relation to the pncntatkB of fact ia
hi official report.
Tb decision of th Presileni again to
demand of the Venezuelan government a
sett lenient of at least a part of tha
Asphalt Company claiine, it I aaid,
mark tb refusal of th State Depart
ment to accept th Venezuela Coaven
tion that th asphalt matter k re-ad-
judkwted, having been finally decided by"
the V raezuelaa courts.
GRAIN RATE LOWERED.
Rat From New York ta Eamharg Cut
NEW YORK. Feb, 3. Th rat on
heavy grain from New York to Ham
burg by direct ateamer wa cat yester
day from 17 cent to 121 cents fo the
second half of February loading without
indttceing the engagenit-nt of a ainjjl
Owing to th new German tariff which
NEW YORK, Feb. 3. Joseph E. Reed, goe into effect March 1 and which int-
GETS NEW POSITION.
UWSQN HAS PROXIES.
CLERK IS INDICTED ON
France, so far, ahow no disposition if
jwpt an international police aystcm
even for a limited period. Tli discus
sion of a ttata bank may pa v. th way
for th aohttion. If Germany is willing
to give Franc a strong hand over Mo
rocco'a finance, may be Franc will con
sent to international control of th po
lio for th tim being.
C1TICA0O, February 3. Tweuty flv liia ca, also hi refusal to turn over
indictment wer returned today against
lohn A. Linn, eleik of !h circuit court
and fur eight yeara clerk of th aiiperior
court, Tb charge awlnt Linn ar
mbeuleinent. lnreenr and forgery. In
addition to the aharge of financial Ir
regularities, Linn ia accuard of conspir
ing to Veep from the grand jury a wit
who evidence iiiiortant In
RELEASED FROM PRISON.
hi record in hia office to hi uccesor
One indictment charge Linn with put
ting a "dummy" Juror on the pay roll Thr Humbert' Health ia Failing
a.t rf.rr.ntlinf, ftlis Mtiiiitr nt .o I From PnV t.ifa
Th chare it mad of abatractmg in I rAKlS, Feb. 3 Th Fitaro this
th aggregat of g.'s'XW from th cash! mortiing stale Mm, Theret Humbert
drawer in th clerk oflle, tin re-1 th awindler, will be released from pri
malnder of tli Indictment concern Inr-Jon today. Mm. Humbert' bealt has
oi'sy In connection with stuffed pnyroll I hecum aittch worse recently.
Will Delirer laaaraaca Company Proxic
I508TO.Y, Feb. 1-Thoma F. Law.
left here today for Chicago a rated with
a large nimiber of protie from policy,
holdera in th Equitable, New York life
and Mituat Life Insurance Companies.
Lawson'a Intentloa i to deliver the
proxic to th committe made up of'
Governor of the Middle West and West
who ar assembled in Chicago to dis
cua th insurance question. Lawson
de'line to outline hi policy or giv the
name of th Governor. Th number
of proxic ar said to be BuflMently
get to command a voice In th affair
of th three companies, 1
examiner of wool at Boston, has been
detailed tor ecrvic here. He take the
place left vacant by the dismissal of
Robert M. Kitetiing on the order of
Secretary of the Treasury Shaw, Mr.
Reed ha had an extensive experience
in th wnvd business prior to hia ap
pointment a examiner of wool at Boa-ton,
pose th maximum dutiea on American
grain imjiorted into that country, th
steamers sailing from New York for
German port up ta the middle of Feb
ruary will, th broker say, carry a
large amount of grain. They art in
clined however, to think that very littl
of our grain will find its way into Ger
many during the few succeeding week.
DEMOCRATS UNITE TO
DEFEAT DOMINICAN TREATY
WASHINGTON, Feb. 3. The Demo- garded as Democrat and th point will
crati Senator today perfected what raised against them should they ap-
they believe to be a compact for th or- ' in fu,ur? Prtr eueu--Fitter-
ksin ks lav if , Ira ear ft-Am k u,... V-
gnixation to defeat th Santo Domingo . , , , J T ,
for the rot wa taken declined to
treaty and plac the minority ia a poi- plan,ti(m t,f hi ,Hion.
tion to comp.1 a trkt rty vote oa Senator Gearin was not prnt at
other question. Th spirit manifested tba caucua. Fifty-eijht vote are Berl
in th caucus, in emphatic expression, aery for ratification. Th Republican
wa that today' actim meant the have &S and four votes from th oppo
Deuiorrat ia the Senat hav united sition give them tli requisit two
for party acUoa oa matter affecting thirds. IVmtx-rattc leader do not'be
party policy. Those who do ot abide liw thes f0iu vote will be forth-
by th caucua decision will aot b r-jconiirg,