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THE DALLES, OREGON, MONDAY, MARCH 9, 1896.
DREIBUND TO DISSOLVE
Expected to Follow the De
feat of the Italians.
ITALY'S WITHDRAWAL INEVITABLE
Agreement May Nominally Continue
Until Bod of It Present Term, but
It Will Then Lapse.
Berlin, March 7. The defeat of the
Italians at Adowa is warmly discussed
in political circles here, and the opinion
prevailing is that it will lead to a practi
cal, if not a formal dissolution of the
dreibund. That Emperor William has
telegraphed his sympathy to King Hum
bert does not alter the fact that interna
tional politics will take on.
Connt Goluchowski, the Austrian
minister for foreign affairs, who is com
ing to Berlin for three days next week,
and who will be banqueted at the palace
by Prince Hohenlohe, is undoubtedly
visiting this capital on an important
political mission, which may include a
.'readjustment or modification of the drei
bund, and the expression of Austria's
wish for rapproachment with Great
Britain. A conservative leader, of the
reichstag, who is in touch with foreign
office, informed the correspondent of the
Associated Press today that the with
drawal of Italy from the dreibund was
inevitable, as national bankruptcy stares
her in the face. He added :
"In the event of a great warf Italy
would be financially impotent. Besides
her disasters in Africa have shaken Ger
many's confidence in the usefulness of
her army. The fall of Crispi will also
bring a strong anti-dreibund sentiment
to Italy. The dreibund, however, may
nominally continue nntil the expiration
of its present term but it will then
As Viewed In London,
London, March 7: The disaster suf
fered by the Italian troops in Africa has
' caused a sensation in Great Britain, and
is thought likely to lead to a fresh ad
vance by the dervishes into Upper
Egypt. General Barateri's defeat must
have an enormous moral effect in Africa
and diminish considerably the prestige
of European troops of all nationalities.
The defeat at Adowa, moreover, serious
ly affects Italy's position in Europe po
litically and financially.
As to its bearing- on the dreibund, a
number of contradictory reports are in
circulation. Qn one side Russia, France
and Germany are reported to have come
to some sort of an agreement upon their
course in the future; on the other hand,
it is said today that Austria is alarmed
and is urging Germany to cement a bet
ter understanding with Great Britain,
The latter supposition ia likely to be
correct, but the accomplishment of Aus
tria's plan looks difficult, as things now
stand. If it is true that Russia and
France have been secretly assisting
King Menelek againBt Italy, it would
seem but natural that Emperor William,
who has been leaving no stone nnturned
to bring about more cordial relations be
tween Germany and Russia, should side
. with the latter power and France in a
joint endeavor to crush Italy's colonial
aspirations in- Africa, and by so doing
strike a blow at Germany's leading
colonial rival, Great Britain. -
According to'a leading provmcal news
paper, Italy has applied to Great Britain
for assistance, chiefly financial, and re
port has it that a large Italian loan will
soon be floated in London. In addition
important communications are said to
have passed between the two govern
ments relating to the possible movement
of Egyptian troops about the Upper
Military men here express much sym
pathy for Italy in her troubles, and sev
eral former British army officers have
already offered their services to the Ital
Highest of all in Leavening Power.
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ian government for duty in Africa.
London, March 7. The possibility of
a rearrangement of the dreibund, hinted
at from St. Petersburg as one of the re
sults of the terrible disaster to the Ital
ian army in Abyssinia, is attracting
more attention than the matter, it is
claimed, really deserves nnder the cir
cumstances. It is asserted, in support
of this statement, that to all intents and
purposes, Russia, France and Germany
have already an understanding which
really amounts to a setting aside of the
old triple alliance. In any case, there is
doubt that Italy has been hard hit by
the defeat of General Barateri, more fi
nancially, probably, than in, the number
of nc en killed, and much more treasure
must be poured into the sands of Africa
if the dreams of brilliant colonial achieve
ments are to become realities, and in no
country, probably not evea in Spain, is
there a crowned head resting so uneasily
as that of King Humbert at present.
It is not astonishing that the best
friends of Italy seem unable in emergen
cy to suggest a way out of Tier difficulties
which is likely to reflect credit on that
country. If the war is pushed the finan
cial strain, will be dangerously severe; if
the African colonies are abandoned, the
effect will be almost as dangerous. A
middle coarse, the conclusion of peace
with Abyssinia, may not be possible if it
is true that France and Russia have
been arming the Shoans. A great re
sponsibility, therefore, will rest upon
the incoming Italian ministry.
J. 11. McVicker Dead.
Chicago, March 7. J. H. McVicker,
the well-known theatrical manager, died
this afternoon. Mr. McVicker was
stricken with paralysis about a month
ago, and has been lying at death's door
ever since. He was an excellent actor
before he became a manager. His
daughter was the second wife of Edwin
KILLED IN A LANDSLIDE.
Two Persons Burled In a Ravine on
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McDonald, a bridge carpenter, in the
employ of the Southern Pacific Com
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vine of the Portland Heights, and in the
twinkling of an eye, the home of the Mc
Donalds was swept out of existence,
hardly a vestige of the house remaining,
while two of the inmates were crushed
to death, and the remaining members
of the family narrowly escaped with
The dead are :
Daniel Campell, age 42.
Isabel McDonald, age 16.
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