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WENATCHEE DAILY WORLD
VOLUME I.—NO. 142.
FAMILY ROW IN
THE CZAR'S PALACE
Grand Duke Boris Calls the Czar a
Backless Creature. Whereupon He
He Gets a Black Eye at the Hands
of Grand Duke Nichols.
CHICAGO. Dec. 14.—The St. Peter
sburg correspondent of tiie Daily News
cables that from an eye witness he
ortaiued an authentic account ot the
incidents which recently gave rise to
the report that the czar had been
wounded in a personal encounter
With the Grand Duke Boris.
Gn Thursday, November 30, says the
correspondent's informant, tiie czar
ordered that from his piivate purse an
asylum he built for the orphans of
Ai?tiius of "Bloody Sunday, when
ininy peaceful workingmen were shot
down by the troops in St. Petersburg.
Grand Duke Vladimir, who was in
cliief command of the troops, regard
ed this as a peisonal slur upon him.
The same day Vladimirs son, Grand
Duke Eons, reproached tbe czar for
having sacrificed family inrerests for
•as ovn political interest, adding:
" Tiie grand dukes are now ruiued.
The izar replied that the misman
agement and malfeasance of the garud
dukes, together with the notoriouslly
scandalous lives which 'they lead, had
brought about the present tioubles.
while Grand Duke Vladimirs orders to
the troops on Jannaiy 22 iast to shot
down the workingmen under Father
Gapons leadership, had perticipated
and was the actnal cause of the revolu
Grand Duke Boris retorted angrily,
calling the czar a backless creature.
Thereucon Grand Duke Michael,
the czars brother, who present,
fctruck Eolis who. in a furious rage,
drew his sword, but Grand Duke
Nicholas, who has succeeded Grand
Duke Vladimir at the head of the St.
Petersburg garrison, stopped the
melee. The matter ended by Grand
Duke Boris beiig ordered out of
15,000 JEWS KILLED
IN THREE DAYS
BOSTON, Dec. 14.—Leon Jacob
Siroitin. an educated Russian Jew of
Odessa, who has arrived here from
Russia says that 15,000 Jews were
killed in three days with most terrible
mutilation and torture. Cossacks and
police aided the mobs in their deadly
work, and men, women and children
were among the victims.
To Ease Kis Conscience
NEW YORK. Dec. 14.—Reformed
by religion and desiring to clear his
conscience before he goes to India on
v missionary tour, John H. Page, a
carpenter of Williamsburg, has written
to Frank P. Giace, sheiiff of eonoma
county, California, asking him to find
persons whom Page rohbtd there in
1895, so that tie may make restitution.
An answer received from the sheriff
yesterday said that none of Page's
victim* had yet been discovered.
NOTICE OF SALE
The Chelan County Fair
Association will sell the
fair grounds and im
provements on Orondo
avenue at auction,to the
highest bidder,for cash.
The sale to be held at
the fair grounds at 2 p.
m.. Dee. 15, 1905. No
bid will be received un
By Order of Trustees
WENATCHEE. WASHINGTON, THURSDAY DECEMBER 14. 1905
IS IN A PANIC
Reign of Terror at Riga Where Rus
sian Officials Have Been Expelled
and Many of Them Killed—Soldiers
Refuse to Protect Landlords.
MOSCOW, Dec. 14.—A verit ble
pauic prevails on the bourse. The com
plete collapse of business in the pro
vinces has been attended by many
The apiarian disturbances are ex
tending almost to the gates of this
city. The country mansions of many
nobles, including that of Count Shak
ihovgskoi. have been burned.
Strikers fought a dual with a Cos
sack hand in the outlying industrial
village of Gorodistcht. The strikeis
stood their ground witli revolvers,
erupting four Baddies and forcing the
Cossacks to retreat.
The workmen's council ot Moscow
nave adhered to the decision of the St .
Petersbuig council in deciding against
a general strike. It develops that the
council s funds have been exhaushted
in supporting the 16,000 idle work
Efforts to break the po9t and tele
graph srrike have been unsuccessful.
The volunteer carriers aie boycotfpd
and taunted iv the streets.
News from Kursk says that two re
giments which refused to pioteot land
ed estates from the peasents have been
ordered back to that town.
The publishers of Moscow have ae
cided to defy the press laws.
At Riga the Russian officials are
being expelled from the province- and
many cf them nave been killed in the
streets of the towns. There is a reign
of terror. Women and children are
living in the upper stories of houses,
aud foreign merchants are winding op
their business or abandoning every
thing in crrler to escape.
To Present Medals
Elmer E. Johnstone, executive com
missioner of the Washington fruit ex
hibit at the Lewis and Clark exhibi
tion, will arrive in the city the within
a week to personally present the gold
medals aud other premiums that the
county won fo r their exhibit at th*
fair to the persons who are to receive
SKHAROFF'S ASSAASSIN WAS
MAN IN WOMAN'S CLOTHES
VIENNA, Dec. 14.—Tbe Nene
Freie Presse today publishes a dis
patch from Czeroovitz, Austria, re
ceived by mail from Kieff. in which
the writer asserts that the assassin
of General Sakharorf. former minister
of war and the representative of Em
peror Nicholas at Sara toff is a lock
smith's apprentice namedGaveiy Wor
oschinoff. from Ekaterinadodair/who
was dressed as a woman when he kill
Worosol'inkoff, the correspondent
adds, posod as being deaf and dnmb
when he gained an entrance to the
palace in order to band -o General
Sakarhoff a letter.
A tew hoars after bis arrest he was
forcibly released'fiom custody by tbe
revolutionists and conveyed across
the border into Austria Poland, where
he is now safe.
Workmen Blown to Atoms
BIRMINGHAM, ALA., Deo. 14.—
The mixing house at the woiks of the
Dupont Powder Company, near Boyl
es, eighs miles north of this city, was
accidentally blown up today, instant
ly killing fire workmen.
The force of the explosion was felt
for miles around.
The victim* were blown to atoms.
GOV. HOCH SAYS IT
ROBS THE PEOPLE
Kansas Executive Makes Grave Char
ges Against Standard Oil Company
in a Public Address at Ottawa.
Kan.—People Robbed of Millions.
OTTAWA. KAS., Dec. Gov
ernor W.E . Hoch, sp-aldug here last
night at a gathering ot Republicans
"At this time the Kansas oil field
is yielding 60,000 barrels a day any,
insignificant part of its capacity, and
for this oil the Standard Oil Company,
which sets the pnce, is paying less
than one- third what it payed a year
ago I believe that it could pay one
dollar a barrel more for this oil than
it is paying and still make a large pro
fit. In other words, it is running
the people of |60.04>0 a day, or $22,000..
000 a year. We sit supinely down
while we are being lobbed of enough
money evrey day by this one corpora
lion to build one '"undred homes for
the homeless, or to rear a great ed
ucational institution, or to endow a
college, or in one year to pay ail the
expenses of the state for five years."
Peace Conference Postponed
WASHINGTON", D. 3., Dec. 11.—
The state department has been inform
ed that the to arrange a date
for the essemtilimf of The Hague
conference has been snspenlei for the
time being -aid"!* ih-now thought to
he impossible for the second confer
ence to meet early nest year as was
To Abolish Commission
WASHINGTON, D. C. Dec. 14.—
A bill abolishing the i=thimau canal
conimiss'ou was introduced to lay by
Representative Mann, of Illinois.
In it discetion is given the president
to put the work cf buildnig the canal
under any one of the executive depart
ments and also to operate the Panama
railroad thrmeh the same means.
CHICAGO GRAND JURY
• INDICTS REBATERS
Big Railroad Officials Accused of Giv
ing Kansas City Shippers $20,000
—Gave Rebates to Big Packing
Firms of Chicago.
CHICAGO, Dec. 14. —rnrlictineiits
were returned today by the federal
grand jury against John H. Faithorn,
I resident of the Chicago Terminal
Transfer Railway Company, and Fred
A. Waun, vice president of the Perc
Harqnetta and Chicago and Alton,
charging them with paying rebates
r mount in.- to $20,000 on shipments
over the Alton, and Warm, general
manager of the road.
It is alleged that during their con
nection with the Alton they gave re
bates to Schwarzohild and Sulzberger,
packers in Kansas City. Beth S. Cusey
traffic manager recently pleaded guilty
of receiving rebates and was fined
$5,000. Today's indiotments were
returned upon Cusev's testimony.
Wanted It in Good Hands
NEW YORK, Dec. 14 —A si x-week
eld baby girl was abandoned at tbe
gate of the deilliverv eutrnce to Paul
Morton's home, :53 Psik avenue.
An employe oarried the baby, which
was in a basket, into the house and
sunt a servant for Mrs. Morton.
The b\by later was taken to the
foundling ward at Bellevue. The
house is owned by Elihou 'Root.
Good land, and first-class water
right; two miles from station, not a
ALSO rock on it, and all can be plowed.
For a little while only $4000 . . .
Se|l ARTHUR GUNN
Real Estate and Financial Agent
MORNING SIDE LOTS
A FINAL SNAP
1D acres, all in trees, best varieties,
some 3 years old; 2 1-2 miles out;
good road; close to White school
house; spring water piped along front;
$3250.00; $2000.00 cash.
YOU MAKE THE TERMS
Bousquet &. Holm
H.L. Wl ESTER
NEW BOWER BLOCK
Just Across the Street - - Watch Us Grow
"Christmas Comes But Once a Year"
The Christmas season of gifts
and good cheer is nearat hand
and the wise one is buying
now to save the nervous strain
of the holiday rush of the last
days. Let us suggest that you
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selection you make.
That will be a useful pleasure to that good
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the most beautiful patterns. The always-fav
orite blue delft ware in fancy shapes.
Glittering Glassware .
Fancy patterns. Fit for a fairy to drink from
and yet substantial and desirable for everyday
use. Don't fail to see our display.
Made in the most wonderful way by cunning
Indian workers. Baskets in every possible
shape and for every possible use. An ideal
gift at small cost.
A full line of the old standard, ever-desirable
gift. Our line is very complete, our prices are
See Our Dolls
For the little ones. Small ones, big ones,
with real dresses and real hair. Just the
thing to gladden the child's heart.
In the Shape of
Candies, Nuts and Fruit
FIVE CENTS PER COPY.