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THE DALLES, OREGON, FRIDAY, JANUARY 31 , 1896
Renewal of Massacres at Va
rious Points Feared.
THE ATTENTION OF THE PORTE
A French Paper Think Europe Needs
m Monroe Doctrine to Prevent
Meddling: by the United
Constantinople, Jan. 30. The re
newal of massacres at Aintab, Amasaia
and Van is feared. The ambassadors
have called tbe attentiou of the ports to
the alarming rumors.
Letters y received from insurgents of
Zeitoun say no excesses were committed
by them nntil they heard of the maesa
cre at Marasb. They then took venge
ance upon the Turks.
. FRENCH COMMENT.
A Monroe Doctrine for Europe Is Ad
vocated. New York, Jan. 30. A dispatch to
the Herald from Paris says :
Tbe Parisian papers devote consider
able attention to the possibilities of the
United Statee entering into the active
spheres ot European international af
fairs and the Journal des Debats regrets
that Europe has not some sort of Mon
roe doctrine to protect it from the med
dling of the United States in purely
European . affairs. The resolution
adopted by the senate and house of re
presentatives, it points out, is a direct
summons to the powers to carry out the
clauses of the treaty of Berlin. Diplo
matists of old, we are told, would have
been horrified at the idea of sending an
American squadron to Constantinople,
as Senator Frye urges, not because they
would have been surprised to learn that
America had a squadron to send, but be
cause they would have remembered cer
tain conventions which forbid the send
ing of a squadron to Constantinople.
Americans are aware that such conven
tions exist, yet Senator Frye wants to
send a squadron without paying any re
gard to them. It is impossible to be
more American. It is true the authori
ties on international law interviewed by
the Herald have clearly expressed an
opinion that congress is to blame and
has no business to meddle with the
treaty of Berlin, in which the United
States was not a signature, but, of
course, tbe idea of attaching any weight
to the opinions of jurists is regarded on
the other side of the Atlantic as a
As to tbe views of England, or rather
of Mr. Chamberlain, who alone-has
spoken, he appears to regret that Amer
ica, instead of wrangling ovei a trifle
like the Venezuela dispute, should not
have intervened to settle the Armenian
question, while the press appears to re
gard such a course without dissatisfac
tion. Possibly, however, Mr. Chamber
lain's reference is intended to chaff the
Americans on their own intolerance in
attacking England because of her inter
vention in Venezuela.
The Temps takes advantage of the oc
casion to lecture the English press on
its too fertile imagination in assuming
the possibility of Europe confiding to
the great republic of the New World,
and of the United States accepting the
mission in spite of the Monroe doctrine
being turned upside down, of forcing the
band of the sultan by a naval demon
stration before Constantinople. .. '
"Fortunately," said the Temps, "the
world is governed not by fanatical polit
ical conjectures, but by the modest 'rou
tiniers' of Downing street or of the d'
Orsay." IN MEMORY OF CHABLE9 I.
Anniversary or His Execution Observed
London. Jan. 30. This is the anniver
sary of the execution of Charles I of
England, who was beheaded January 30,
1640. This morning small parties of
"legitimists" arrived at Trafalgar square
with floral wreaths, which they attemp
ted to place at the foot of the statue of
Charles 1, but the police compelled them
to remove them. The crowd, with un
covered beads, repeated the collect re
ferring to the so-called martyred sover
eign. Then they offered np prayers for
tbe dead king. When the demonstra
tion began to attract much attention
they were dispersed by the police. '
Later, apparently by orders received
from the chief of police at Scotland
Yard, beautiful wreaths inscribed-"In
memory of the White King," were "al
lowed to be placed at the foot of the
Rev. Brown's Position.
San Fkancisco, Jan. 30. Kev. C. O.
Brown did not make his confidential ex
planation of Miss Overman's letters to
Mrs. Sarah Cooper this morning. At
the meeting of the First Congregational
church last evening Brown said Mrp.
Cooper should not condemn him until
she had heard his version of the scandal
precipitated by Mrs. Mary A. Davidson.
Mrs. Cooper announced her willingness
to hear him, and the minister agreed to
make matters clear to her at his borne
this morning. An engagement for this
meeting, however, did not take place.
Mr. Brown telephoned Mrs. Cooper, who
is a sort of . a lay preacher and Bible
class teacher in the First Congregational
church, that his attorneys had forbidden
him to make his proposed explanation.
As a result Mrs. Cooper's conviction of
her pastor's culpability remains un
changed. She and other members will
try to prevent Dr. Brown from preach
ing, pending the work of the council of
Tbe St. Paul Still Past.
New York, Jan. 30 News was re
ceived by telephone from the steamer
St. Paul this morning that no effort to
float the steamer was made either last
night or this morning, and there is no
change in her position. The steamer is
now about as light as she can be made.
The probabilities are that nothing fur
ther will be done until there is a strong
eastern wind and a high tide.
At 5 :50 a. m. the British ship Foyle,
which went onto Shrewsbury rocks Sun
day morning and was towed ashore to
save her, was floated and has been towed
to this city.
It May lo as Much for Ton.
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