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PUIUSHKS FULL ASSOCIATED PRESS REPORT
NO. 243, VOLUME LXIIi.
COVERS THE MORNINO flEI-0 ON THE LOWER COLUMBIA
ASTORIA; OREGON. WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 6, 1807
PRICE FIVE CENTS
.arge Arrivals or Gold From
Europe Relieve Strain
, A X
ILLIONS FROM AUSTRALIA
b it Improving Hourly wu by
f Wesk Hop Art Intertslatd
iiumptton of Cash Payment
& Asotlwr Legal Holiday.
I Tht flnsndsl situation I gradually
V ikMuntlng a normal phttt and by tbt
I tad of tha week It It expected that
Mtht banks will havt received enough
lVirrencY from forehra and domestic
ilpmtntt to again niaka money pay
entt for all demands,
la tht metotlmt clearing house paper
being uxd by tbt butlnts men of
lit northwest for tlx operation of
ilr varlout enterprises, i
Tbt arrival of tht Oerman steamer
ronpriniesiin Cecelia, with $S,000,000
gold and bullion, and tbt arrlral la a
w dji with -tbt Lunltanla of 110,
0,000 wort bat placed a cheerful at
et upon tht otherwise depressing
Of tbt M.000,000 which arrived yei
rday In New York about $1,000,000 la
r Portland bank, and $230,000 for
t firm of Balfour, Guthrie 4 Co. will
. ...A.I I...U P.I I H tit M1,.4
l op, tht movement of which hat been
ni a standstill, becaust eastern banks
sve refused to pay draft and bill of
Tbt rat on aterling exchange ' bat
cached point where It wit) lavltt the
hlpmeut of millions of gold from Aus
ralia lo 8a rrtnt-imti, wnich wean a
teady ttrvtm of jwllow nttal into
oaat cltiri la about 30 day. ,
Governor CliRinWrUIn at an early
our thli morning Unifd a proclama
loa making Wttlnemhy, Novemlxr 0,
1007. a legal holiday.
country I air right, our rourei were
hi' vi' r tri)fim the in 1 1 run J ntiver bugl
er end luiluittry everywhere bumming.
Aked a to bl .opinion of tht eairne of
UiL uiiibIiii', Clould laid It wa the
M'tilemt liiqioiied upon tht atamlitrd oil
company wbh-b to the people of Eurojit
look like eotilleoatlou. Oimld reaert
ed tlmt cuilltlini In thl "country art
touiid and wt art on the way to reitore
CHICACO. Nor. fl.-A aecret voU of
the atriklng telegrapher tonight re
ulted In a deeUloa to rtcommend to
the national executive board that tht
trikt be "uipendetl." Tbt executive
committee will bold a meeting tomorrow
and after llitenlng to tht company In
Kew York will act on tba recommenda
tion, Tht vote atood SIS for adoption
and 100 agalnt. '
PirnDELPIIIA, Nov. d.-Jobn 0.
SbeaU, of PbUadtlpbla, Republican, wai
eleeUd trea.urer over John 0. Harmon,
Democrat, In today't election by about
,178,000 plurality. Tbla wa the only
ttate ofllot voted for in nearly every
county. Return tbow large Republi
can gain for treasurer all over tbt ttatt
at compared with tht vott two yean
ago, For the flnt tlmt alnct 1004 there
wai no faction agalnit tbt Republican
Returns from Eastern Cities
Show Gains in Majorities
for G. 0. P.
HEARST BEATEN IN NEW YORK
j Tammany Capture Iftw York City Kite
tlona Botton largely Republican
Mayor Johnaoa Beat Burton Rhod
Island Electa Democratic Governor.
JURY IS COMPLETE
NEW YOIIK. Nov. o-Tht action of
'lit Bank of Prance today In buying
$3,000,000 in tterllng bill on London 1
taken a an indication that French
financier are not only able but willing
to help London and thu Indirectly help
America. It 1 hoped thl action will
deter the Bank of Kngland from railing
the dUcoiint rate to 7 per cent at the
mrctlng of the director Thurtday, and
the Imperial Ormiin Hank from railing
Mt rate from 01 to 71 per cent.
VfThe pretence of Secretary Cortcljou
V New York tht afternoon terved to
'(lve an opportunity for a conference
lUith banker. The banker who aaw
'''Oortclyou art convinced there it no In
tention of Preiidcnt Rooeevelt to call
remedial financial lcgielntion, and it I
'understood the adminUtratlon feela the
altuatlon thould nettle down to a bail
I where protier judgment can be formed
on variou proiwaea ciianHi in toe mo-
I notary lnw. It w further undentood
that tht 'adinlniatration had not defi
nitely limped plan of financial leglila
Ion which It may desire, to have consid
ered at the coming teuton of congroi.
, Oflh-'lal announcement wa made to
niifht that the essential details for
taking over of control of tbt Tennessee
Coal & Iron Compnnyi by the United
tatet Steel Corporation wa concluded
ut tbt conference held at J, F, Morgan'
bouse today. , '
Gould Says Europeans Art Afraid
American Securities, ' '
NEW! YORK, Nov, 8. George J. Otuld
who returned from Europe today on the
Steamihlp Kroni Prlnieiln Ceollle dit
ousted the European situation. Gould
sold that American credit were In a
bad way abroad, the people of Europe
having received an awful scare and were
till nervous and afraid of our teourltles.
Ut say their view Is' wrong and our
Enough Talesmen are Secured
to Try Noted Case.
DEFENSE ENTERS OBJECTION
Says Stat Has no Sight to Ten Ptr
mnlonr Cfss'nff Counsel far Stit
irrr,, i , -----
Maxes uptung staumtni ,onn a
journa Until Today.
SPOKANE, Nov. 5. A apectal to tht
Spokeiman Review from Rathdrum tay
tht Stevt Adam' Jurv; wa completed
thl afternoon. Clarence Darrow, lead
ing couniel for tht defenae, entered an
objection to the tatt having 10 per
emptory challenge, (tying that tba law
giving the atate thl privilege wat pa-d
after Adam' flmt trial and therefore it
wa ex-pot facto. Tbt objection wa
overruled. Walter II. llanten, protect
ing attorney of Klioabone county, made
the opening statement. He went over
the well known detail of the trouble
between the old and new tcttlcr and of
the finding of Fred Tyler1 decompoied
body more than a year after hi death
I tupiHined to havt occurred., Hiinien
then outlined the cane tht atate will
attempt to prove agalnit Adam. On
the 'conclusion of llanaen't addreia the
court adjourned until tomorrow.
NEW YORK. Nov. 5,-Electlon held
throughout tht country today, patted off
In comparative quiet. Returns from var
lout section tbow tbt following re
(ultci ' ,,. '
3dssacbuetta re-elected tbt entire Re
publican ttatt ticket beaded by Gover
nor Guild. .
Pennsylvania tlectt John Scbeata, Re
gain! throughout Ue state, in ratio, that
indicate the probable election of Will
ion, Republican candidate for governor,
V. the litimthm at 10 o'clock tonight,
after one of the mot botly contested
election In the b!tory of Kentucky, At
that hour 24 of 119 counties in Ken
tucky bad been bean! from. These gave
Samuel W. Hager, Democrat, a total
majority of 024 againut Willson, Repub
lican. The tame counties Id 1003 gave
Beckham, Democrat, a total majority
of 2378, a Republican gain of 3794. Tbe
'same ratio of gain in tbt remaining
eountie would insure Wiltott't election
by a tafs majority. Tbt Republican!
alio gained a large number of teats in
tbt next legislature. Indications art,
however, tbat tba Democrats will bave
majority on joint ballot and that
Beckham will be elected United States
Senator.' . i :
BOCTON, Nov. 8,-CSovernor Curtis
Guild was rt elected tor third term
today by pluralities estimated at a late
hour tonight at 100,000 tbt largest ever
given a gubernatorial candidatt alnot
tbt Fret Silver movement,
OMAHA, Nov: Sv-Indicatlone late to
night art tbat M. B. Reete, Republican
candidate for justice of tbe supreme
court, bas been elected by 12,000 plurality.
EEARST TICKET BEATEN.
NEM YORK, Nov. 8SufBclently
publican, bead of tbt ticket for state' ""P11 t'g" mk rt4jn
treasurer. ' 016 ultimate reiulta abow that tbt Re-
New York ttatt elects E. T. Bartlett'Publlf Independent League fus
and AUUard Bartlett, Joint candidates J ,tt York f0untJr WM AeMti
on tht Republican and Democratic tick-1 7. hI the ttnW IX'mocrti l
eta for Justlcei of court of appeals. 'tbt th Independent League ticket for
'associate iuiticet of the court of ap-
(Hearstl I P' w overwhelmingly beaten by the
New York City elect, tht Tammany Wenlll "t tb Republican and
candidate bv a conilderable maioritj Democrat, and that tbert will be a
over the Indeoendent Leeum and Re- ,i8ht d,n8 ,n th mk-uP of th
w .1 i
oubllwn Fuilon candidates. Miemoiy.
New Jersey is claimed by both sides.
In Maryland tbe contest for govern-
jtxt. la In l.-titKt Ata-tnw tit ft m lis fnaa
. f ' " - 1 CINCINNATI, Ohio; Nov. 5.-By
oi reiurni. me unairman oi vne uwnio-- . , . . . -
4K. .,..ldecUlve plJ po'bly a clear
. V.. , , , . ' T Vv 0lJOTlty 0VM four eompetltora.
by 11.000 whll. Conrvative. plac. tht I'lJm pold Markbelt, a veteran
ngurt ts iroin uwu w bow. nA- .i ..
,MTlr """ Bolivia, was today
..' . .T ., i elected Mayor of Cincinnati on the
nuns uuiuiivfr.Hiu twwjr mi vv
sues would be paramount and results art
so variou tbat partiian victories can-
COLONEL HARKBEIT WINS.
Good Government Ticket Also
Wins in the Contest In San
necessary to suipend receiving lumber
one day. Had It not been for this ault
about the rate, we would havt stopped
lumber loading lomt time ago, because
of tbe fact that cars are tied op waiting
to crosa Montana, and tbt tie-up of our
car reduced the inpply needed for wheat
and other business, and does not expl
ditt the movement of lumber. Wt art
now restricting tbt loading of lumber,
but only because of tbt congestion in
Montana, and not because of the In
junction. --. .
PLURALITY CLOSE TO 8000
Union Labor Ticket May Save Offices
or Auditor and County Clerk Lang-
' don't Majority Probably About iaooo
Ryan, KepubUcan, a rm num.
8AN FRANCIJXX), Nov. . At 1
o'clock this intoning a totaling of the
partial returnt indicate the election of
almost tbe entire Good Government, City
and County ticket Including tbt mayor,
district attorney, board of supervisors,
city attorney, sheriH, coroner and polios
judge. Tbt Union Labor party may
lava tht auditor and county clerk.
On a basis of 10 per cent of 273
precincts with Mission districts large
Jy. to be beard fromMayor Taylor's
plurality over Union Labor candidate
McCarthy should approximate 0000. Dis
trict Attorney Langdon's plurality over
MoGowan, the Union Labor nominee,
should be 18,000, with Ryan, Republican.
Tunning a poor third in tbe mayoralty
race. It is not likely that tbe full count
of all precincts, which may not be com
plcted until late today, iU materially
change tbe parrent results.
NOT SHIPPING MONET.
I Republican ticket and according to early
returns probably carried with him the
hiiIIm ttimilhlinan tlrlrt TK Mlflnalnn
I not be generally counted as such, each;. . .. "
, . 3 , ,. haa been an active one. Mayor Dampsey
I II 1.4 kau h,. nnia HavtUnla AAinnliaa.
i . I was Markbeit's principal, opponent
tion. For Cleveland Interests centered ,
on the contest between Mayor Johnson : BURTON AHEAD.
and Congreuman Burton over the mat
ter of street railway fares. Johnson Is
In Cincinnati, Leopold Markbelt' is
elected by sweeping majorities. s
In Toledo, Mayor Brand Whitlock who
refused the Democratic nomination and
ran for re-election as Independent, hss
Wn emphatically endowed, securing
over 7000 plurality. Bond, Republican,
wm elected Mayor of Columbus by from
WXiQ to 7000 plurality over Duncan,
LOUISVILLE. Nov. K.-Complete re
verl of the usual Democratic majorities
in Louiiville, and the heavy Republican
BOSTON. Nov. 8. Tbt Republicans
won a sweeping victory in today'a elec
tion re-electing Governor Guild and atl
the other state olbVers. The Republi
cans will have their usual majority in
both branohc of the legislature. I
Rotunu up to 9:30 tonight Indicated
that Guild's plurality could be placed
at 78,000 or more. '
In Boston the feature of the election
was for diitrict attorney in which John
A. Dennis, Democrat, and Walter A,
Webster, Republican, opposed the elec
tion of John B. Moron, candidate of the
Independent League. Mbran was re
elected by a large plurality.
TAMMANY LEADER ARRESTED.
NEW YORK, Nov. 8. Congressman
W. Bourkt Cockran wat arrested on a
charge of illegal voting this afternoon
at th polling place, The policeman who
made the arrest said be could not verify
tht address given by Mr. Cockran at 310
Bast Seventeenth street, from which ad
dres Mr. Cockran bad registered. The
congressman waa taken to the police
station and thence to a police court.
CLEVELAND, Ohio. Nov. S.-Sixty
precincts out of 243 give Burton 13,000,
CLEVELAND, Nov. 6.-At Republican
headquarter Secretary Rodway eonc-cd
ed the election of Mayor Johnson.
RHODE ISLAND DEMOCRATIC.
PROVIDENCE, R. L, Nov. 8. Indica
tions are that Governor James H. II ig
gin, Democrat, has been re-elected by a
slight gain over his vote, at the last
fl'he Law Only rich and respectaole law-breakers are allowed the privi
lege of these baths. ,
Northern Pacific Deposits as Uraal in
Portland Banks. '
, PORTLAND, Nov. 6. No money is
being shipped out of this state by the
Northern Pacifio Railway Company, nor
is construction work on it variou lines
being discontinued, according to A. D.
Charlton, assistant general passenger
agent of that company. On tbe con
trary, all money received at tbt local
offices and at all office of tbt railway
in the state is being deposited in the
Merchants' National Bank in tbia city,
Avhich U the depository for thi corn-
jwiw in Oregon. J. Frank Watson, presi
dent of the Merchants' National Bank,
substantiated the statement of Mr.
Charlton, and said this morning tbat
there should be no complaint regarding
the manner in Which the Northern Fa
ciftc is doing business during the finan
KILLED BY BURGLARS.
CHICAGO, Nov. 5. James Allaway, a
wealthy commission merchant of Los
Angeles, wa killed by burglars early
today at the home of his brother, Ed
ward Allaway,' at 418 South Waller
avenue. The burglar escaped from the
house without having been seen by any
of the family. The murder occurred
liile detectives from a near-by police
station were searching the neighborhood
for a man who attempted to burglarize
two other houses only a few blocks dist
ant from the Allaway home. The mur
dered man had been here only sinee Sun
WILL ESTABLISH POOL.
PITTSBURG, Nov, 6,-It is reported
here tonight that representatives of all
tbt large tteel eompaniet In tht country
will hold another secret meeting tomor
row, aimilar to tbe one held In this city
last week for tht purpose of restablisa-
Jni tM old billet nooL It la said that
tbe meeting will either be held in Nw.
York or Chicago. Tht conference will
not be held in Pittsburg, owing it is
laid to tbt publicity given to tbt for
mef ffllettng. A combination of billet
makers b said to be the only meant of
saving the trade.
' ' '.' ''
SUTT01T CBUtPION. " ' i
CHICAGO, Nov. 5. George Sutton tc-
night successfully defended Ut title Is
enampion 18j-inch billiard player by
defeating Jacob Schaefer, the score be
ing 800 to 641.
Shot While Sleeping Hainan.
Singh Finally Dies.
OPPOSED AMPUTATING LEG
Hoodlum Halloween Shooting Party
I Sesutta in Death of Unoffending For-
eiener nusn uovemment but ask
SHORT OF CARS.
WASHINGTON, Nov. 8. Interstate
Commerce Commissioner Lane yester
day, telegraphed President Howard El
liott, of the Northern Pacific, asking for
facts regarding the report from Belling-
ham that his road was accepting no
more lumber shipments. Today bo re
ceived the following reply: "
"Judge Hanford announced be would
not enjoin our tariffs going Into effect,
but would simply enjoin our collecting
new tariffs from people who were
plaintiffs in that suit and those who
might become plaintiffs.
"We could not be certain who or what
shipments were included in the orders,
the court's written order wat not made
until late evening, October 31, and
pwing to our uncertainty as to precisely
What the order could be and to whose
shipments it would apply, we found it
PORTLAND. Nor. 6. Earnam Singh,
the Hindu who waa shot in tht leg by
f hugs while be ' waa sleeping In bit
cabin at Jarl 4 Pagh's mill near Boring,
last Thursday night, and who since that
time ha been lying at the Good Samari
tan Hospital, died about 1 o'clock tbia
morning. Singh's leg waa badly in
jured, the bone bHng fluttered and
imputation being considered necessary.
He opposed having the member ampu
tated, however, and the surgeons in at
tendance gave in. When be grew worst
yesterday they changed their minds and
determined to perform thfe operation
today.. His death during the night pre
British Consul James Laidlaw has
been following the case since the shoot
ing, s Singh is a British subject and
is supposed ,to have formerly been a
member of the native corps of the Brit
ish army. Mr. Laidlaw this morning
denied the report that be had demanded
indemnty, and said his only interest in
the case was to eee that justice was
done.'.' . ,.'.;' . ., ;,.
, When Singh's papers were searched
this morning it was found that he had
a wife in India to whom be had been
sending money during bis short resi
dence in this country.
Singh and his brother were sleeping in
a shack near the mill at the time of
the shooting. Singh bad just been em
ployed by the mill people. They iwert
aroused by the shots, 18 bullets pene
trating the building. The only one that
took effect was the one which struck
Singh in the leg. Racial feeling had
been running high in' the camp at the
result of the employment of the Hindus,
and it is supposed that this is what
caused the shooting. v
William Dickenson is said to havt
been the man who shot Singh. Dicken
son is out on $250 bonds, together with .
bis brother, John, and bis father, J. M.
Dickenson, Walter St, Clair, Earl Ran
sier and John Riley are in jail at Ore
gon City. Vernon Hawes, said to have
been the seventh man in the Halloween
party that shot up tht Hindus' shack.
is at large. ,