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.UBUMK(. FULL ABSOOIATIO PUIS Rf PORT
COVERS THE MORNINQ FIELD ON THE LOWER COLUMBIA:
VOU'MK IS NO. 277
ASTORIA. ORK(JONi WKDNKSDAY, MARCH 7, 1'JO'i
PRICE FIVE CENTS
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RUSSIAN PARLIAMEN1 --4
CONTROLLED BY EMPEROR
Imperial Manifesto and Law Relative to National
Assembly Docs not Give People Control Origin
ally Imagined Czar Still Holds Reins.
GOVERNMENT DETERMINED TO HOLD POWER
COMPOSIllON OF COUNCIL OF KM I'IRK OH UPPER HOUSE WITH ONE
HALF APPOINTED BY THE EMPEROR AND a6 ELECTED
FROM THE NOBILITY OR CLERGY WILL INSURE MA
JORITY FOR THE GOVERNMENT.
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iliipMi.il inmilf'-lo hi" leliitivc
tn tin national ,iiiilil ami tin1 leoi
pllll"l li'llllill nl till' illlpile, till"""
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nlljiii-- In l.n i u lil III III ' I mi til'' ll'
IUti.in piiilimiHIil. 'Iti' IMiitn"l
i,( t!,e .oillinl "I ti"' itupil H'"''
linii-i' with "in' lull! iipC'iiil1') I'.v
fni' 1'ir iill'l '-' - - I f 1 "Mi tl' noluli
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mr j.i.i 1 . 1 - nt tin- iitli-i 1 ,1 -.--. -ri'iii
In ill-mi- a enii-.'i v.itivc, it M"l pliable
fitajolity ill It"' '"HH'il I" '''..el; ,l"'
11.1ti.ii1.il ii.-i'inl't "li'"il'l 11 ni.'"Hl
,,( latl.'i I." ill t J" i i -n I" H"'
rl'nHII. III.' ei,n i iiinelil 'ii"'lnll "'
t.lills poller t" pi .Hlllllf.l I ' Trlllp"l.l'v"
lain .lining a i''i-- nf I'm liniin'iil iiinl
a- p.ulia ill i nl'i"l I" ili-"lii'i'"i
by 1 1 1 . ; .1 1 I iiUm -.. tin' fi.-r imi.-iit i-
s(iMN, March ii Hoikiiieii I'm
llir IVnn-yhiiiiia ' ""I "UipaiiJ -'"'I
nl building l.lii' al'iHil I hi' '' peujV
mine today. Tin' miiii'i "iiv (hit i
iiinif. r--ar,v iii I hV 'If m'l in t nl l
ImiiIhi- tin' t'niiiiuiiy' niiH'ity t'vcii
if a -uiku 'lul" "' I'm'.
S'l'. rK'l'KK.slH'Ifi. Maivli lifiMT
n l.iiii'iti-li ii 1 1 tv -tl lii'tf Inilay. Nn ili iii
nn-l i.it i..n w iis iinaiiyi'il in I i - lii'it'ir
ami In- ii'i't'i'lii'ii wan ftilil.
STRUCK BY CAR.
Chinese Baby Run Over and Killed in
'( H t'l I.AND. Miiit li li. 'I'il H- ! i1'
lanii'llf lli'i';lit- iiif i-wiiii.' -wil'lly
, nl die fin' ' nl AMt'i' anil Simml
slii't't- llii" intiiiiiiiK' Wi'H(! "'n'
llir I'm ii' J'i'iii' "I'l "I " ' lii"1'-1' nifl-t-limit
inn mi Hie ti'a' k. iui-i'i
.mini s frmn nil elili'i' nihler iniH-
Hie -tn'i'1. Ilfl'mf the iiinlmiiimi
tt t I Ik' fin', Hi'1 pii tl y Chim'"f haliy
wim i i ihi'il In ileal Ii. hikI l"'H.V
HOUSE DISCUSSES TARIFF
IM USE, March, it. - At. Caldwell today thai "l"'i' imliclinenls am imminent
llie ".ami jurv ..'ported a i"""'''''' of in Hie Steuneiihei-l.aHt'., Imi it is lea.n
i,li,.r,.',iu (he naiii.'H of the pei'.m.H . e.l thai indict me.iU in the assa.sina-
1M,i,.,. .ml lieiiifi made pnhlic escepl-
wtl in I lie i'.ii-o of two inint.r oll'eiidi'iN.; Hfjned ami '''i"'.v to De leliunetl
It via. aiinoiincfil 1' the iiaiu.'H of 1 tomm ...'. U i Mippo.i'tl the p.iso
o persmiK indiete.1 would he giv.'ii mil ner "ill he taken lo Cahlvvell i.. the
until they had heeu iirraiyned. The inoii.ii 11ml 1 1 a in.tl. lml 110 definite
, ion prevailing during the day in j iiifoi-iimti.Mi ohtainnhle.
llnis in 11 Mit iin Id riil it-ell of
iilmiiMini-. ), t I ; 1 1 i 1 1 ami proclaim ucli
law- in it ill rill" iiiu'huiii V. A It'll
liiii "I tin' law which st-eiim i-lffi'lu-.11,
1.. tin. KimU" fiiiin iiienihcrnhiri
j in tin' iialii'iuil nii'inlily i a iiniioii
nltiig an oath "I lidclitj I" I Iip r.i'i
.inii', iilMiiil of ll"ly Itilfi'i " The
nl ij.'iiitii anl . Iioviiier, in urn' li'
I. it iiij; tn an existing law which i men
tioned l' liiinilii-r only. Thi- inno
.--11 1 H'H i-ii'ii i fill' reaching, placing
In ( I I III' llll'lll Hull "I 1'illli'lllll'lll
aii.l oni-igiiing I" existing commissions
appointi'd by III.' crown, nl 1 s nl the
mini-til "I liliancc Ilinl the stale nf I III1
lna-uii. charges "f malfeasance against
minis i.I tin- riillll.il ol llii' empire,
milliliter, governor general ami army
ami naiv loiumatuli ami i)in-st imi- re
lat-ing t'l mil-allcd i-tnH- anil lilies
nl iiiilnlil , '!'.
niaiiylfil llml Imll mi li"Hi "f ri'M11'"'''
tn I'xti'ii-iiti' lii I'tiily Ii Iifin'iitli tlif
Rich Banker's Son 1$ Held for
Antonio Bozulli, Aged 14 years, Son of
Wealthy Italian Banker la Kid
napped and Held for Big
Ni;; VOUK, .Miiitli ii. Aiittiiiin llo
y.iiITi llir Imii'tt'fii j'i'iii- nlil son of .lohn
lliiiilli, n It'iwliiif: llnliiin luiiikfi- hait
ht'i'ii kiiliiiiiiril mitl i liein' hclil fur
$-Jll.liilll niiimn. 'I'lit' kimliiiiin ne
t'liti'il mi Sun. lay mi wliiih .lay tin lnin'
in ki'pl tinii in the nlleiiiiimi. The Imy
uns Kent In piii't'liiise tniiips ami tli'l
in. I ri'liini. hupiiij' piiiveil he iiiatle the
piirrliiiM'. N e-li'i'tlay a let lei- t'linie from
lion cn-e w,iv fminally Wm.e ove.' ami.
Hie Inn ami Iml.iy mini lier. In tin- llitl
h'lli'i Hie Imy iillei akin that imiliej
nl, i tim linleil "l)n mil l v tlif
0 liilfi anv 1 lli'iitiilali-i', In-ill line
II lli If IV life ill It'll VI' thin Hill hi"
III line nl Hie let tel. the litijn' eaptr
tah' 1 lie ileniaml i not iiiikIc through
vimliei ieiii , (nil iM'eiiime of neeeidity.
Maii'h Hth it the (lattt -ft.
ITKHIt, Min.li li.- By the coallpn
Iml.iy uf 11 euni'iele intif uver u Meet ion
tif the lmj;e new luiiml limiM' nf the I). II
-t ami l!i" l.ianile, in hhiit nf tun
t 1 in 1 1..11 lu ll-, one h ii.ii u;ik killed
ill. I lliii-e liiully ilijllleil.
IK A I l-.l:lM.AV, M 11. 1. ii. A pan
ie pietiiilx here uwin' tn the lepeiite.l
mitrayi ". The pnli.e ami '.iwatkit are
p.iti'illin the hlreit and the prittonft
are rln-ely (,'iiarile.l.
BARGE IS BURNED.
TI.ATir ll'V, Maieh I!. Tli"
li.iiye I la in i It 011 1'ihh via tleflinvcil l.y
lire at fulir liiile- tT the l!aini).'al
Life Siivin Htnlimi IihIiiv. All mi lward
weie h x ed.
Girl Pleads Guilty to Manslaughter
KILLS HER BRUTAL MASTER
Pretty French Girl Pleads Guilty to
Killing Man Who Forced Her to
the streets to Make Living
NEW VuKK. March (!. i'lie trial of
llerlha ( laiche lor the murder of Kmil
lo'idoii came to a mi. Men termination
today hen tin- younj; Krendi woman
pleaded guilty to inanslHiijiliter in the
first tleree. That linwever, doe not
end the case ami that an attempt will
he made to continue it as an invest ipi
t ii tit of a certain this of policemen, with
lU'itlia 'In iclie as the slate's evidence
was made plain hv the statements of
liolh the picsi.liiin jiule and the de
femlaiitV ow 11 conn-el.
.lust as the prisoner was about lo
pi on the witness taml on her own he-,
half today her couiim'1 went into a J
conference with the Uislrict Attorney!
.lerome, at the end of which one of the
defendant's lawyers held a moment's
conversation with the fjirl. At the dose
of (he talk she burst into tears ami wa
so close (o a i'ollnpe that she had to
be assisted to the railiii; before .Judge '
Davis, where she was to plead. The clerk '
asked if she would plead jiuilty to man- I
slaughter in the tirst degree. The girl
replied: "Yes" and fainted, falling to
the Hour of I lie court mom. When she
revived she became hysterical crying
out: "I will never sue mother on this
Possible charges against policemen
growing out. of this case have been
foreshadowed from the licginning of the
trial. The prosecuting attorney declar
ed that Cerdoii was lined to death by
a plot in which the policeman were
assisted by the defendenl. The young
woman claimed justification for the
shooting of (lerdon on the ground that
ho ktjp'll her inl virtual slavery anil
forced her to the streets to make a
living for him.
Abraham Levy, llcrtha ("lurches coun
sel saiil late totlay that he hail pledged
she would tell all she knows about Ihe
relations of the policemen, with women
of the tenderloin.
REPORT GEI1 WILL ALLOW
FRANCE AND SPAIN CONTROL
GRIGGS IS CHAIRMAN.
V ASIIIi;Ti)S', Miiii Ii Keprewn
lalive fitini!', "I liinigia. wan iinani
iiimi-lv eleiti'il iliaiimali of the Delii'i
era tie ( 'nii(;ii"-iiiiial oiutii it t.-r at a
liieetili lolii).'hl ill the eapittil attend
eil I iv thirty one ineinherH of the eom
lliitte. CONFERENCE OPENS.
NKW YORK, March 0. The ceeontl
National Conference for tiie reform of
primary elect imi lavi ami corrupt piac-tin-
in iiiIh, opened totlay nntler the
au-picct of the National Civic Federa
tion, tlwiir C. Straii prenitled. Per
ry Helinont, who in WaHhington and
iinalile to attend -ent a letter of re-
Western Sentiment Regarding
Land Matters Growing.
SENATOR FULTON ACTIVE
Prospects Bright That Oregon, Washing
ton and California, Will Be Allow
ed privilege of Cutting Timber
on Mineral Lands.
ASTOltl.W NEWS Hl RKAl', Wash
ington, 1. C, March li. Western senti
ment on the land question so far as a
new policy alTects existing public, do
main, is growing rapidly. With defeat
of the ellort to repeal the Timber and
Stone Act, through the vote of the
house committee on public lands, the
west scored its tirst victory, ami there
after found the struggle easier. There
is not much prospect at the pre-ent
time of the senate committee on pub
lic lands reporting a measure for re
peal of the act and making no provis
ion for taking timber laud as it in
tended three weeks earlier, and even
should the committee report such a hill
it, appears probable that it would be
defeated in the senate without regard
to the adverse action of the hou-e com
Senator Fulton is not relaxing the
light he waged, and which was the key
note for the western movement. IFe is
slill gathering data from every coun
try of his state, showing conditions ol
the public domain., and furnishing main'
arguments why it is essential to wes
tern development, that the states be
permitted to realize in some substan
tial manner on their native resources.
Should the senate committee report
favorable, which is improbable the de
fense of the western contingent in the
senate would be spirited and determined
These preparations are being made by
most senators while conceding that there
has been grave abuse of the timber and
stone act. The general sentiment ill
Ibis respect seems to have been express
ed by senator Fulton when he said thai
he would he glad to amend this evil.
but could not risk complete withdrawal
of all public domain timbered land.
Them is reasonable assurance that
Washington, Oregon and California will
be accorded the privilege enjoyed by oth
er mineral states, of cutting timber on
mineral land for mining purposes, with
(Continued on page 8)
St. Petersburg Dispatch From Algeciras States That
Germany Aeccpts French and Spanish Govern
ment of Moroccan Police.
DELEGATES AWAIT ACTION OF UNITED STATES
ALL THE POWERS AT ALGECIRAS CONFERENCE WAIT FOR UNITED
STATES TO STATE ITS POSITION-BELIEF THAT AMERICA
HOLDS THE KEY TO THE SITUATION AND HER PO
SITION MAY D ECIDE MATTER.
ST. PETERSBURG, March 6.-A dis
patch from Algeciras states that Ger
many has accepted the Russian propo
sition tnat control of the police, be in
trusted to Frame and Spain jointly 011
the basis of the agreement.
Waiting for America.
Al.i.KCIlIAS. March ti. According to
reports in circulation tonight relative
to developments on tli" police ques
tion, it is understood that Austria has
prepared a proposition favoring the
to'iinaii view. It is possible that this
will not Ik- presented to the conference
the Ccrman delegates expressing the
opinion that it does not sulliciently sup
port their contentions. Considerable
speculation prevails concerning the po
sition of the I'nited States. Both Bnt-j
Mi and French delegates are inclined
to Is lieve America will soon break her J
present silence. The French delegates j
even suggest that the I'nited States!
should instruct its delegates to declare 1
openly in favor of the French proposal!
WILL FACE MUSIC
Andrew Hamilton Returns to New
States That He Ha'J Heard Criminal
Proceedings Would Be Instituted
Against Him and Had Re
turned to Face Charges.
Nl-'.W YORK, March ti. Andrew Ham
ilton returned to New York today on
the steamer Dentsclilaud on which he
registered under the name of W. Mil
ton in oi'de to be free from annoyance.
Commenting today. 011 MeCnll's death
Hamilton said he gave the late presi
dent of the New York Life vouchers for
all expenditures and to any and all
these expenditures MrCall would have
given certificates of indisputable charac-1
THE GRAND JURY REPORTS
INDICTMENTS AT CALDWELL
WASHINGTON", March. (!. After pas
sing a bill permitting tobacco grow
ers to s.'U leaf tobacco without paying
the tax of six cents a pound as hereto
fore charged, t,he house devoted the
rest of the day to discussing tariff.
The Indian appropriation bill being the
vehicle Used to carry the debate. Euck-
if they are satisfied these proposals
offer the proper guarantees for the
maintenance of equality in commercial
right-. Such action, the French dele
gates argue, might mean a difference be
tween the failure and success of the
To Strengthen Navy.
PARIS, March 0. Former Minister
of Marine Loekroy in the Chamber of
Deputies today made a powerful ap
peal for strengthening the navy whie"h
aroused the enthusiasm of the whole
aroused the enthusiasm of the whole
house. Comparing the French and Ger
man navies M. Lockroy pointed out
that the present French program was
not altered, Cenuany would soon out
strip France. Should war occur between
France and Germany the speaker said
it would begin with a naval battle and
therefore a double powerful F'rench fleet
was necessary owing to the need of
France defending herself both on the
I'orth Shore and the Mediterranean.
ter. As to the Fowler report he said
he knew nothing and would not talk
of it until he familiarized himself with
it. As a reason for his return he said
"Well I heard something about criminal
proceedings and here I am. This signi
fies that though my health is far from
re-e-tablished I am ready to accept any
challenge impiled by such proceedings."
In the conclusion of the interview- he
"aid: "'As to what others have said
and done during my absence, and I
might allude to those who live in glass
houses, I will say nothing."
"You have come back to face the
"Yes. discordant or otherwise."'
ARMY MEDICAL DEPARTMENT
WASHINGTON", March C.-The ques
tion of the enlargement of the medical
department of the army occupied the
major portion of the senate today. The
question arose in connection with a bill
for tshe displacement of contract phy
scians. The only speech of the day wa3
on the statehood bill, made by Long,
who advocated the passage of the bill
er, of Missouri brought forth arguments
to sustain the democratic idea of tariff
for revenue only, and closed with the
prediction that these ideas would pre
vail with W. J. Bryan as the standard
hearer. Lack in discussing the home
market and the German tariff precipi
tated a lively argument.