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THE SUN, SUNDAY. JANUARY 5. 1913.
GALE RAKES SHIPS
Meanier LucUonbiii'li Sunk
in Clu'supi'tike Hay and
lung Pouts ordinarily cm tho buy had
I'li'iit into sure harbor, I
I'limlly, mi Imiir after noun, the Penn
sylvania how In sight, mm tuit off
bonis, ami while l In- wind tossed the
small shli' i)w iinmnil like a chip tho
I'luht men were taken fnmi tlm spars
"till Imtllcil ll l- Side Of till! Penn
sylvania. At I o'clock llil.s afternoon tho rove
AM KM K A ON SHOALS
in I pjici' Hay Dodging;
nuo cutter Ap.iihf, which was Kent to
I limit fnr possible HiirvlvorH ()f t lie?
I.uckcnlucli. reached the scene, tmt
round no iiililltlotial survivors.
Mcinwhllo the Itidi-nktial.i was
buiol-d on tH. ianwx iiihI to-night
i was reported to he poiiiiillnu heavily,
, l'h"e on I n i,i nl are said to he In des-
l r. it unlit lain.
Them Is a disposition to comli inn tho
"!Tli is of Hi,. in,rakiuil,i for ruliltiK
.iwuy to suo thetnselxe.i, leavlim the
lliun1)iirpntOopsAgroiuiii;;-!l?rr;mml ,"" .onu.u to
xncM the linlraldii.i arrlMd at P.nl
more Irani .inp.m ic brought ten pis
lleg, i s li'.uml fur N'cw Yorl.. Collector
I of l'utoms Stone helil ,,,r p l,er,. and
J refused .,!,m. I,,,,. ,,, r l,c.a,.s,. I
; "'ic li.nl no wireless (lt hoard, pending,
INK ril ANN KL! 'n''ftl..lf, fro,,, Washington.
.Meanwhile the Indr.ikul.i's pan.
!-enM.rs were lamleil ami wont to Now
Vnrlt hy rail. The IndruMilu w.w thou'
allowed to i-letir. I'nilor th- law ro-;
n'lilly pas.-eil such essoin, after the'
hr.l of July next, mn! he ciiiilpp.-d
with wireless. Hail there been such '
inilpmein on li.i.u-,1 ion pxses within
i short time would have tei-ponded to!
calls of dlsires. ;
III in rit
Ties l'p the Ailiron-
ks liu'oiuiim' Oci'iiii
Tho uai" which raked the north Allan
tic cast I'rlilay continued early ester-
lav anil tie- toll of ships ami men lu
cre a soil.
Twetit-lwo persons on tho tramp
'oainoi Julia l.uekcnb.ich woie lost In
i 'ho.s,ip.al" I'.ay when their craft was
r.iinmeil ami unl! bv tlie P.rltl-h
('inner linlrakuala. Half a do.en were
.hvoiI after dinging to tho rlcgtng fur
hours. The linlrakuala wa beached
end s in danger.
The Ilumburg-Atnorlcnn liner .m"iika
VM. asrouml In the upper Now York
N.i. .Mio was trying to dodge drifting
!righters anil the wiml and tlilo forced
her on shoals. She will prohahly
(niiloil off to. day.
T o Pall UUcr line's Plymouth and
Pun idciiee hail to land their pass-cnecrs
t Newpolt. The Providence trh il to
ni.iKe New Yotk. hut in rounding Point
,l i.ilt It i-ho was hailly halti inl ami
il.im.med enough to waniint her putting
P-.cU fi.r r palls.
The iale went down a hit lu
i1 lnit . It p.is-ei! inn th
s. a hy wa nf lh
V.dll. Ill ilnlllH
meet I he Ircniuilll
tli-'..lVs ..re e.Npee'.i ,1.
SHIPS CRASH; 22 DROU'XED
Jalln l,iicUfliilincli anU ti ImlrnLu.
nln In ( lieMie:lLe lln,
Cut.TIMor.K. Jill l. The I'.iltNlt
iiumvr Ir.dr.ik i.ila i. mimed the turnip
u'fuiiis'iip Jullii l.ttckenhach tu-ihiy
Niuaoi.K, a., j.m. . sindns pralos
of tli" ciew nf the I),imh stentner I'enn
s.lanl.i fur saviiie tlniu from death
the survivors of the crew of the LucU
enliaeh left to-nlnht fur New York.
L.MiarlPrmuMrr I'.uls, who was at
the wheel of the l.uei,enl,ie1i, s.ild that
he did not kn.iw what -(link the ship
until ho saw the llrltih e.s-l hackliiB
"We wore lo.ikim: for a shelter out of
the storm, he -.il.t. "when the crash
came we were preparlns to cet under a
I'-e nnd drop am h t I was I;nocked off
my t'eef and when .ramli!cd up 1 saw
the Indraku.il.t hack nc away and water
was poiirlni; In nil u 1 saw .sreral men
running for the ilcclnp. Water was
then hut our deck- and we were sink-i
"I climbed .iic rluirint; and there'
wete three nther men aluad of me. I '
av the captain .-v.lnini'.iii: nroniul on
leek, cnlllni: fur his wife. 1 shouted to
him and heard another shiiunate tell
h!m to .limh the rlunc. He did not'
answer and I did net ec him unln. I
Tin. rose. in nf ih,. s'.,i vivors nf the
this I.uekeiiliaih )v T Vnnvlv.mla was!
and nut to thrillini,-. The limkniit .in the Hotel,1
liner siL-hted the in, n lashed to the ris
IkIiiu ond tinhtlnu des.-ately ac.tlnst
the waves wh.eh half nf the time swept
".! Hu tu ,u.il cio. red them frnm lew
Tin sun.il ,,, man the hfilsnis was
iv. u huirnillv ,it...,nil the I'enni-vlvnnla
(il d tin w,.i.. nw. r,.d over tlie s,e .
The t.isl, ,f le.n hlmr the unpenned men
" tedious one Tline anil time a train ,
th.' hl'eU.at.s were t nice I Kick hy the
w.i- ' i
l Hunt was .linntiiii; wnrds nf
elm nt to his tn.n as he watched the
III I Well, nf the I. s, u.. VI, in tile rescue
I .awn Hi" Kiver
th" i tni ni will
n.'iii lliers and
tlt -f.v o
nut nt th"
'!ie.-,ipeake Uiy. spl.: In r
s.i nk her. Though within
r'-c'.i of t"!i steaiiieis
lives WlT" lot.
The I.uckeiili.ich -it.l:
.i.'l.'I- the Indrakiinla. cmiilu
fni-, tle.ilt lief a il.-.ith blow.
i inly those on the tup i-k had time
r. escape. l"lrt 'tllcer ."red"rlcl; K
Hunt ami s"V-n memhets of the crew
climbed Into the riirirlnir ami hunR there
fnr sl hiiur.s In the terrible cold until
Me Danish liner l'eiin- h anlii rescued
t'-e:n. The others, causht below decks,
rtied without knowlmr whit had hap
The Indrakllala. with a Ms hob- In
h' r lde, backed away from the sinj-.ltis
uhlp nnd headed for the beach around
T.tnsrler Sound. She was grounded in
t::ne for all of her irov to be saved,
LHAFAllA, t.'A.STIH!, nrernaii
ANDItKASoN, (IKtilP!!-, iuaitim.i
tor. i 'A .lilt A. .H'Si:. ...i! p.i-Hr
I'AVIS l'. ftl.ll ll'i'lll jMit.
f.Alti'l . M Nfi:i., Iliein.i'i
i;KTTI:.ii, KltANK. m-.nnu:.
, CiII.Hi:ilT. II A , captain
i;iI.Hi:ilT. Mis II A
IK'Iil'I.ANJi. A tlr nnin
Hfil'r.M N Wll.l.lAM. tlrerr..i.
KACTHI il'i H.'l.' . n. seaman.
KAI'TH.ll'ljri.i . '. MMIlLlll.
KNl'liSHN. I'llltlSTnl'Hr.i:, ihl.f ea
KHI'Ml'i:. !'. . me-sni m.
I.IMMIMKYKI!. I. . oiler.
I.INHi:. K.. seaman.
l'lONAI.I. N' M. coal piuir.
miii.s'H'ki:. r n, tewmd.
MOIiKIQl'i:s, T. tlnnian.
IIOTH, JJl'IS. .econd usSlstAnt on
Uii.MKrtn, I'KDlt'J, coal pn'or.
Ti 1 1 'IIM',1:, T, senrnnn.
Ti iIMIIS'iN, KU.VIiAli, seaman
An unl'liiitlll"d seainan
Tlf r lTir,
Hunt. I'. It . chb f officer.
Mrunn, William, s,.e.inri offltfr.
l!"OiKe A , li r -1 asslM.ml
t'l.iin ar.d ' I'-ftJ fioni th- rntinsyhanlu i ut the
asy wlreU-s 1 ''-''InKs and f,, the exhausted men
nun in,. no.i;s. i.iui, f,nil almo.-t frozen
tll"y W. re taken In the I'enilsclvanl l ,
i and made i nmfnna'ili.. ' !
The a-. n; ,,f ti,,. t.. ". l..ic',icn acIi
Tovvii.K and Tr-.insj,.ir:nt!.ni Cnmpany
T llrld'.'e sll-,.,.1 . i. 1 h,. hml r.e.tv,!
'tuii tii.itiyii ,,f mi., sin,,!,,- n: :tie Julia i
I. iick. iihd. h with a !.,ss nf twenty-i
ihrvo persons. Im '.nlim,- tiie spp..r, '
I'.ipt. II. Aiiirustus (J., ,.. uljlj h'swlfe ,
Til" I is; tivluuter's iitiie.t s r. irist rod
h-r.. at tlie ..Hlfes ..f th- i nnpinv nre
Mate r a. H'int. Seemid Mate William
lir.-n and I'hief Hniiin.er Knu.lson. I
The Julia I.in k. iili.ich had sailed In j
her career nf thlrtv .-ar.s under three j
tines, the Hutch, tin- Austrian and the'
American. Sh was .irUrinally t!ieZ.ian-!
ilatn, a catii carrier if the Nether-j
lands American l.lue and vvas built at I
Rotterdam In 1:'
She was partlv wrecked and sold to
.in Austrian comp;.nv, U .-omlnir tho
Styrla. She was v,.e,e.l at Key West
j ten years aso and boiiKh: bv the Luck
1 ' nbachs, repaired ami niit.-ilned Amerl
Ji.in tesNlr. She had b.en tradlni:
j tor th" ins. several years betwei n IVrto
iiico, uniinioie, j'miaiieitiiiia and ,.evv
Y.rk. She measured u.ioh tens rros
and was .113 feet Inns.
UXER AMERIKA AGROUND.
i. : fpiart'-rrnaflter.
Course II . thltd asuitnnt
( ti- r
H'lillk, Train k, rai nontor.
me Mromaii and one seHnian wore also
rtveil Their Identity is uncertain.
i 'apt. H. A. Ollhcrt and Mrs. fillbert.
who was milking the trip with him
vent down with their ship. They lived
m Itaspebuts near Baltimore and leave
The I.uckonhach, o.irrylns n carso nf
phosphate rock nnd en route from
Taiupa to lier Inniic port, leiflind the
fipo last Thursday. She ran Into the
severe sal" blnvvln-. but W.IH able to
inaki! the passim. In'n the Chesapeake
liiy. She was hIoviIv vvnrlJns her way
up the I my 1'ridnv murium? when Ihc
IcMslit of tli" sab w.i.- toadied, ( 'wins
tn the frisldful velocll of the wind Ihe
i lllcera of the l.uckellb.ieh ilecided to
anchor uinl iivvnlt Ihe .ibaurm nt of the
t this inoment the lmlrakunla,
bound from Baltimore for New York
ami drhou at u hlsh rate of Hpeed by
the sal", born down upon tlm Lucken
bach and the colllolon occurred.
The I.uckenhaoh whh barely movins
when tho iintnaiiaseabli! Hrltl.t.ier de
livered the death blow.
r.rerd on ShnnU Wbrn DnHnlns
t'rnfl In Ippor Hnj.
Tlie Haiiihurs-Anierlcaii Unor
Amerlkfi. Ilnost nf the British built
ships In the (iernian passonscr servlco
nnd one of tho host Myitis any flas for
comfort and regularity, lay lu the upper
bay last night hard Hsround forward,
her lights sleam.rs in tho hazeless alt
like those of u big Manhattan hotel.
In her first and second cabins she has
about too passengers and they gathered
at tin- mils in the late afternoon and,
watched the powerful tugs nnikc snort-i
Ins efforts to wrest her from tho srlp
of the sand ami mini.
At eight o'clock last night, nearly ,
two hours after high tide, t no tug?
gavo up the task und ('apt. II. Knuih
sent a wiielcs message to his asout,
here that there was no prospect of
getting her off. The tugs had boon i
haullns at her ami her own propellers
had been i homing vigorously alnco
throe. In the afternoon.
At hlsh water this morning, between
0 und 7 o'clock, the tugs will mnke
unother attempt to dlHlodge her, und If
they nre unsin-i essf ul some of her
cars, i will he lightered, nnd at the nuc- '
i dms hlsh tlilo to-nisht tho little
nautical Tltuns will strain hawhora on
In-r once more. i
The iui-rlk.i drew out of her dock In
llohokeii at S o'clock ill tho morning In
charso of n Sandy Hook pilot nnd
.steamed b.iyward before a sale that
blew at timeii morn lhan rlty miles.
Th" tide was ebb nnd abnormally low
because of the blast nishlns seaward.
The sale of the day before had held up
a licet of frelshters In the Uty nnd many
of them had drassed anchor und drifted
into tlm channel. Anions theso w.ih tho
tleorslc, other uteamcrnft uIro wore In
tiio fairway and tho morning westerly
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Att"i- the l.ucki nbach hank Hunt and i whin-cap raiser prevented them from
the t-evon men lashed to tho rlssins ; ttlus hack on prescribed anchoraso
tried to atlract the, attention of the ..jmuuls.
ship that had rammed them, it ills-1 The Amerlka found liiTMlf forced to
appeared In Ihe fos. jdo some dodslns to avoid bumplns Into
The wind wius blmvlns forty nilles an the frelshters. To steer clear of ob-
h and tlm hoay scai that broke utructlun with a smashlns hreezo from
over them threatened to break their, tho westward worklns on a hlsh free
iairiliiui and curry tln-in into tho sea board and a slrons "hh tide forclns her
Uiat hint taken the other n of their ship, .ulnns required much nautical holcnco
The bitter cold mid the water made tho land clever manoMivrlns.
men Miiftcr terribly. I The Amerlka's pilot was forced to blow
The ins did mil lift until after 9 dow n to avoid hlttlns tlm (Jrorslc When
ocloojt Kroin then until I o'clock )es. lie slowed down thu sale and ths tide,
teriiny afternoon Urn elslit men huns more than two feet below the usual low
m thn rlssliiK irylns to slsht a ship, level, urse'l him asalnst tho Hhonllns on
The wind increased lis fury and , tho cast side of tho c.huiiucl und ho could
wajl U luoao ,naat t0 wlllch u"y I nut avold KrounJlD'' 11 l00ked from
the low-point of ihe obherer at Quar
antlno an If she had anchored.
A few moments later she hoisted t
black spheres lu her rlssins and (hen
the nbservcr knew that fh was "not
under control"; In other words, she
could not sit out of the way of ship
unili r way and therefote asked them
pleat-e to steer char of her.
t'.ipt. Knuth tent a wireless to his
nsents telllns of his pllsht and tin- com
pany later Hsiifd Hits statement:
"Tito I l.iiiibiirs-Aiin tienn l.lno he t
to announce that, i.wlns to the wry low
water In the channel caused by the
oxtriiordlnary w liiiltonii, the Ann-rlk.i
sroundeil In the channel near lluoy
off Tomplunsvlll . C'apl. Knuth reports
that he cvpi-cls the Amiiika to lloat i..
the next IIoihI tide this atternoon. Capt.
,S, .larka, marine superlnteiiilent, has
Kime tu tlie Amerila with M-winl pow
erf ul tuss to render aulnance. The ship
lias siitniiicil no ilamase." '
The optimism of fapi Knuth wan not
JilHtilled by lesults. II Is hid ly thai he
did not realize how powerful the force
of sale and tide were that wen- ilrlvlns
his ship steadily up on the shoal, ('apt.
.larka said when ho landed at Stolen
Island that the Aim-rlKa was drawins
about 32 feet 111 Inches when she shoved
her nose Into the mini and sand shoal.
A few minutes after the sioundins
nf tho Amerlku the auchorase cutter
Manhattan, which keeps all sorts of
cruft out of Ihe channels, went down
tho hay and made nn effnit to set a
dozen storm worsted vessels to proper
nnclioras" srounds. Kho assisted those
without steam and inado those that had
power use it to movn from the fairway.
Soma steamships were directly lu tho
track of the liners,
Coal burses that had drassed anchors
were helped to places whole they would
nut obstruct the movement of incomlns
nnd otilsolns steamships. The Amerlka's
passeiiscrw welched lb,- Maiili'iltan at
tentively, bolus In Heed of ilhelsion.
In tho list of those who passed tho
nlsht on the Amerlka, as solid as a
steel Bkyscrapei- of tlm town, were Hay.
iraond U. FobUIcU, formerly Cumiula-
sinner of Accounts, whoso, wife Is with
him, and who Is Rolns to Huropo to
study municipal conditions; the fount
and Countess Cnndldo Mendes do Al
meida, 1. Mull llrownlns, Mr. and Mrs.
. T. II. Cle, Mr. and Mrs. Kdward K.
, liavls. Haron II. I-Vllltzsch, Mr and,
Mrs ,lohn It. (.arilner. Mr. and Mrs. l- .
'A. Condone, , .'. Howe, J.A.I I. Hop-J
I kins, II. 1'. I. Kern, Mr. and Mrs. J. i
Addlsoii I.ea, p, 1L Martinez, C. 1.
I'erm, Mr. and Mrs. C. C, llamsey, Mrs.
I Francis C. Shaw, Mrs. Klcanur It. Slow
art and J'aul Thorndllto.
I Tlie two black aphercs hoisted tn the'
' day by the Amerlka worn replaced last j
i nlsht hy two red lights set vertically!
, to warn other ships to keep clear of
I In-r. The line has hope that the hlsh
i I'cli of this mornlns, bolus unliilluonccd
, b salo and bolus of normal weight, ,
' will set her from and on her way, It Is
j thought that no examination by dlwrs
, will be nece.-,iry, un she. Is not likely to
Im damaged in tho least In her soft'
When she was launched tho Amerlka j
was tho bisse.n passungor ship In tho
world. She whh built by llarland ti
WollT ut Holfast and slid Into tho water
In May. mOa, She displaces 43,000 tons
and In 7Ui) feet lung. Her sister ship,
the Kalserln Aususte Victoria, mado
lu the Vulcan Shipbuilding Works at
Stettin,' N somewhat larger, but not
enousli to be noticeable,
FALL RIVER BOATS HELD UP.
The I'm, lili-ner Unuiuseil Iir 5rn
unr ruini .iiiiiiiii,
1 Nuwtoht. .Ian. -t. The stenmor Trovl-
deni f the l-'all Hlver L,lno after lying
at her dock hern all night awaiting for
tlm wind to die down had a hard ex
pel lenco In trying tn round Point Judith
this mornlns. Tho pas.sensurs were
disembarked here nnd sent to New York
on a special train at 7:30. Later the
steamer slatted again for New York,
(Hi I'olnt Judith u big feu struck her
on the port bow and carried nwny nbout
tea leet ut Um woodwork under Ui
port nnchor. Another ta stove tn tho
port gangway and the nteanier was
then turned about and put back for
The steamer Plymouth after lying at!
anchor off New- London most of the
night canio around the point at 9
o'clock this morning, b-a Ing nil hoi-i
pa-sscngers hero to bu sent to their des
tinations by rail. I
Tho naval radio station lost Its bis 1
nerlal during the night, but a smaller
onJ used for short dlrtance work made
It posslhlo to pick up lightship 85 at'
Nantucket Shonl.s at 2 o'clock this ,
afternoon for the Mist tlnin Mnco. A
o'clock l-'rlday afternoon. Tho light
ship reported tho iea rough at the
idioal.s, with water continually washing
oer tho vessel. I
A wireless message, from the cruiser'
San l-'rnnclsco during tho day an-'
nounced that the vesnol was all light.
A I.ehlsh Valley barge dragging an
chor In the Inner harbor this morning
damaged the (lovernnietit. landing,
Thousands of dollars worth of minor
damage wtus done in tho city.
Though tho wind was still howling
and there was a rough sea outside of
Narragansett liny, the fourth group of
destroyers, the Monaghan, Amnion, Hur.
rows, Patterson nnd Trlppe, got under
way for Uuimlanamo, Cuba. With
good weather the destroyers, which aro
under command of Lieutenant-Commander
Frank T, ICvans, will reach
their destination on Wednesday,
aboard the Panama. Among the pas
sengers aro Mrs. Clark and Mts (lem - ,
levo Clark, wifo and daughter of the'
Speaker of the House; Senator Keiiyon
and wife of Iowa, Hepropontatlvo Popper
of Iowa and Heprtsentatlvo Hammond
of Minnesota. 1
Marly to-day friends and relation of,
tho party began to evpros.i concern over
the safety of th" Panama. Attempts
wore made to got Into wireless com
niuntentlon with the ship, but wlthmr
result. This was not regarded as sis
nitlcint by tho ottltfaN, who said l'.--Panama
would not be within wire!-
range until to-morrow. At tho ofllc. s
of Hid commission tho statement was
undo that there was no cause for alarm
lu the failure to receive responses to the
Inquiries at the Navy iJeuarlment and
Weather Hiirenu brought Informa-hm
that the storm did not reach to the l.mes
travelled by the Panama on Its north
BLIZZARD A' ADIRONDACKS.
TliiiiitlcrMiirin I'ollimril br $1901
mill Colli Woutlirr.
S miasm' I.M.I.. Jau i. Ko'lowing a
lie.iw thunilor-t.irni la-t night, a IKty
mile l,i.inl swept into ihe Adirondack
!o-ila i he mer -iiry dropped from
"i" ,egree tu PI lie I..M aliOVi 7Tl I'll a
ti w hour- ainl -.-nv I1.1-, lullen ') u tlepth
..I eleven llichi vlll "- iiioniitit;.
Ili;.i wml- li. Iritied hi.thwnyn
.11 all piris nl ilm m iiiiit.'ims and mail
now! i- ai ,1 hiand-till Trains aro rim.
.nog fiomoiie In two hours lat Weather
-11.11 M il'isnr I'nitv d.iy.s of sevo.-e C'llll
..inn: 1 rum thn ple'iiomcnou of last
snler In Hold II eeepl .lull. -X
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turning from Panama on thn steamship
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1 when It was learned that yesterduy's
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Picturesque and Useful Articles from U. S. Government Arsenal
Artistic Decorations for the Den, Ktc.
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Remarkable Prices on the followinp; Useful Articles
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