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THE SUN, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1913.
FOUND SCOTT'S BODY '
IN SITTING POSTURE
HTHI.KS IN SI.KKIMNC P.(iS
l.ioul. Kvans TcIN I )tt n t ! cl
tnr of Trip to Pole
'! ,r i )U Hr'iHitrl. In Till' Si-
Mi". Toll It A ili-pntclt
itchtirch to tin' Drtllii Mull
( l.nstchuroh l tin' linilii Mail give
further llct.lil Of till- tlc.lt ll lr 1'llpt SCdlt
.1 tin' other ine'inber.. of hi partv
I he ci repondont say thut everv oiiir'
i if foo.1 had been ued long bi'foro death
r.inv to S'ott. Wilon iiml Honor mill
omv it -m.ill iumtitlty of tea wa found
Hi the tent
Ihe relieving force found Capt Scott
In a sitting posture with hi back to the
tent pole Hi'twti'ii hi- h-nel and the
pole In- li.ld placed hi di.try with the
apparent iiitotition of Using its broader
surface to provide an easier support
tlmn tile pole ltelf. Wilem and Honors
were lying, in their sleeping hag.
If possible an expedition will go to the
.sMnretle next summer to recover the
I he member of the expedition in interview.-,
indicate that therein a possibility
that disappointment over the fart that
.Mnundseti had reached the pole ahead
of them had taken the backbone out of
l apt Scott' party on the return ionrney
The Ice of the Heardmoro glacier was
terribly rough and many obstruction
ten to twelve feet in height had to be
I'iitnbed daily . a result of thi wry
rough going the explorers were all badlv
brm-eil and strained. It via while cross.
ing thi had stretch of ic thut Sea in in
Kvan fell and struck his head, which
eventually caused his death
Lieut Kvan demo absolutely that
iinv ot the death were due to curvv
ki vmi; that they were entirely the result
ef exposure and wenknc- When he
wa a-ked whether in hi judgment
the searching partycould nothave brought
back the bodies of Scott. Wilson and
Mowers. I'.van replied
I think the best people to judge of
of thai question were tint who have
s.-rveel with Scott and lu gallant com
rade I'hey had been hi constant com
panions lor over two year and had we
lieen HI their place I believe we could
nave only wished that our bodies nugh'
remain nt ret in the place vvtiro we had
g.ve-n our best efforts for th" ,ieces of
tlie cause we believed in so earnestly,"
I he members of the Campbell party,
who were marooned in an igloo, kept up
their spirits and their health by a regular
daily physical drill and full military
calisthenics. The only literature tlia'
they had was a copy of "iMvid Copper
Held," and of thi a chapter was- read
aloud each dai
Wc nrc specialists.
Each of the score of de
partments which make up
this organization is in charge
of a man who, in our opinion,
is the best man in his line.
In turn thnt man selects
his lieutenants for precisely
the same reasons that wc se
And the Owner who cm
ploys this organization has the
satisfaction of knowing that
every single tranch of his
building will be handled by
the best talent available.
up to the l,it camp It ni.iv he reenllcel
that In Uie otlglnal story it was stated
that lhie specimen wete now In tin
possession of the expedition.
In tin- march from t'loudmaker
.Mountain to the foot of the glacier the
sutface encountered were the satin
I hey found the same deep snow ns on
the wuv up and this tvcrely hampered
their march. Throughout the descent
the weather was traorellnarlly thick
snow fulling- nil the time and the sur
rounding land being visible only on rare
Seaman llvnii' 'Tnlliirr."
('apt. Scot said In hi diary that he
failure of Seaman 1-Mg.ir F.ian dated
from tin time of reaching the pole He
had been the can.se of conl. lei able
worr to thrni on the plateau and then
when thev were coming down the
glueler and were .-uuong verv lough :.e
he fel, and hurt his head. sustaining a
severe concussion. All the while down
tin- glacier his eonelitioi. delayed the
party and the uiplu supply of food
gradually dimln'shrd While marching
along on Fcbru.ity IT Fian' foot
wolheel oat of it kl shoe and h' was
compelled to remain behind to lead
Jut it The partv continued along and
when It wa found that he was not fol
lowing them camped and stalled m
cook a meal in tin: hope that he wou.d
reai h the ramp by the time ii was
ready lie did not show up and then
they went hack and found that he had
collapsed. He had made a brave at
tempt to reach the camp, hut had failed j
He was placed on a "ledge and died a I
natural death two hours from the camp '
This delay, ('apt. Scott ,ild In h' 1
diary, greatly weaken, d the party at.d j
made inroad-' on their surplus upplv j
. f provision ami kept them bai 1: i
l!'oll'll The sulfate, on '.rig t
the season and tin- fall
Dragoons, who on the return from the'
pole in Mnrrlt. I!H", willingly walked to
hi death In it blizzard to try to save
hi comrades, who wete beset with
Seven mules whli li had been supplied
by the Indian (lovoriirnoltt wete used
bv Surgeon Atkinson und hi. patty.
Their progtes, was much bellet than
bv the ponies In the ptevlous vear.
They averaged foul teen miles a day on
the oiitvvutd Journey, but they found
the surfaces pat tlctilai ly good. The
mules went tiding llnedy und did not go
down Into tin- deep snow.
The going on the tettitn Journey,
however, was much heavier. The chief
difficulty was that thej would eat any
thing with the exception of food. Some
of the things they liked wete tope yarn,
tea leaves, man biscuit, dog biscuit and
tobacco ush. The weights hauled by
the mules were much heavier than those
bv the ponies; the heaviest weight was
"H pounds. The gear of the mules.
which has been supplied by the Indian
tovernment. showed gt eat loreslght and
had to be altered only verv slightly.
The snow c-otfglos were espeelallv noriil
and oomfottlng to the animals. Two
mules w shot on the barrier, hilt five
returned after 3 Si) mile of hard pulling,
the temperature at times being L'! be
low Tllele were two team of dogs,
eleven to each team
All the stoies were drought back to
the depot at Hut Point.
The hea'th ol the searching pirtv
under SuiV'on Atkluon was excellent
AUSTRIA GIVES IN
TO RUSSIAN POLICY?
AH li'lt in VitMinn Official Paper
CaiM's .Much Specu
lation. WAR N KWS IS COl.OltKK
lluluarian anil TurkUli HcpoH
liiUcly Nearer Truth.
Made in Atlanta
for 25 years.
Ask for It.
fresh dally, at all Rood
druggists and grocers.
New York Factory, 154 W. Mth St.
RECORD PRICE FOR
First Session of M. 0. I). Korilen
AH Collection Sale Nets
BANDIT TRIAL CONTINUED.
WON'T TALK ABOUT FUEL
I'.tntii Decline In l)lai-n shortnee
Told of li seoll.
5ifrei' lthtf tH'ptlti tn Till- So v
I 'lllMSTcltl IICII. New Zetland. I'eb ?.
Commander llvnns of the Tetra No-a.
In leply to uuestlons to-day a to the
shortage of th - fuel slipplv teferred to
bv ("apt Scott In hi mi ssage to the
public, said he had notnlng to say now
concerning the ipiestlon. and he Imped
thnt the people would not insist on
being further Intoimed on the subject.
The publication of hat rowing details,
lie said, would do no good, llu desired
to alleviate its far as lie could the dis
tress of thoe who were closelv related
to the gallant men v. ho had perished.
FUEL MYSTERY UNEXPLAINED.
I.IMllloll IllllllleiltlltOI-s 4tVJll(lllK
I'lirlhrr News I'ront srirvlvor.
nf4.i: i ii.v 'fa' N
I.o.sno.s. l-'i-li 14 -The nr. terv of
i'apt Scoit's scarcity of fuel 1 not is
plained anv fuitliei- than bv the t.ite
men; nf I'onnnander Kvan In regard
to he "failure of the party to maintain
Hie uveiage speed" No lleht 1.111 be
obialned on i'apt. Scott's remark. "I
fiiit triialr. Iii Tint Si n
IKNSV, l'etl. 13 l-lVel-vboilv 1. talk
ing of an olllclnl article In the Foreign
oillce newspaper, rn'tnurniiUill, In rer-
I'letn-e to rrlnce Holierilohe' mission
from the Kiuperor l-'rancls Joseph t-i
the t ?ar. I'tlnce llohenlohe was ill of
Inllueiiz.i when he teturned here and
Went tobed Immediately without report
ing to the Klllpenr lie I still conllned
to his room The gossips began t.i de
scribe his Illness a diplomatic, and the
sinister rumors about It became so
strong that the Foreign Oflk-e stepped
The glt of a long article In the
frrmilcnbliitt 1 to the effect that th"
victories of the Rilkan States have
brought near to fiillllment the principle
of Austria's It.tlkan piogramme, namely
that the I'.alkan shall lie ruled by the
Haitian people. In this way the policy
of special siihcie of Inllueine In the
IJ.ilkan will be destroved and the
Mint cis of iiisconi iieiween i;u.i.i ami
Aui:ia will also be put aside. Prlnc
llohenlohe' mission, which was de
signed to prevent the political differ
ence. of opinion extending, to the illa
tion between tlie two mutinies, nii
rnilahh succeeded, I; is said, ami Will
help ill removing points of Miction
(pinions on the ni tide dllTer which
It was interpieteil wry favorably on the
ISoerse arid also by some newspaper In ,
other iiuurtcr It Is regarded as a climb t
down bv Austria and pt edlctloiis were!
made of a spread of Kulali Intllience
In the lialkans Tin- latter view Is
shur d b the chauvinistic poliilclans,
whoso hron. c suspicious of liussia
nothing can it move. Meanwhile there
I nothing to Indicate that either nation
Is making anv men e at demobilization. I
MANY REPORTS ON WAR.
shopkeeper I iipllcfitril In llrnth of
.liilniit Police Chief.
filirrltil Call (ovKfA to Tar. Si v
I'aiiis, Feb. 13. The usual crowd at
tended the tenth day of the trial of th
automobile bandits who were chiefly
concerned with Hunnol's killing of As
sistant Chief of Police Jouln ut lvry on
April 'i last. Inspector Colnur, who
wa wounded nt the same time, de
scribed the scene and ald he was pre
partd to swear that the shopkeeper
IJauzy knew that Honnnt was upsttilrs.
When he told the police that they might
go up nobody could be found.
Inspector Hubert also went upstairs
and was unhurt. He snlel he also be
lieved that llnuzy knew that Honnot
was there. He said he was "convinced
that he had sent Jouln to hi death."
Inspector Sevestre, who was also pres
ent but remained down ntalrs, testlllecl
that he was convinced that (latizy had
betrayed Assistant Chief of Police Jouln
I (lauzy relieved 111 request I tin the
! Jury would visit his shop in order t.i
iiuder.-tand how Honnot was able to
i leave It without going through .the
i store or being seen by any one In It.
' The Judeo said he would decide tills
unction to. morrow He pointed o
I tact that under th- law such u
I Wouhr ;ml lie legal If the Jue
I twenty prlsonets. the seventeen
t yets, eighteen witnesses, the presiding
Judge mid his three associate, two
n litt-sentatlve. and two rerorders went
tthnkh itmxns ?ior,,ooo
Homncy Portrait Ketches $100,
000, Kclipsiiifr Heeonl
Other High Prices.
PAYS $2,500 FOR A
RARE GALLUS BOOK
Many new records wete established
last night at the first session In the
ballroom of the Plaza Hotel of the sale
of Iho gieat collection of paintings
formed by the late M. 0. U. Horclen.
The Uemhrandt fetched the hlgnest
price of the evening, Knoedler & Co.'.
bid of I130.0UO taking It. The Turner
painting of "The Hegatta, Hearing to
Windward, Off Cowes," went to W. W.
Seaman, agent, for JlOS.OOi), and the
Homncy portrait of the Wlllett children
was sold to the Srott Fovvles Company
for an even $100,000.
The bidding was unlet and unaccom
panied by the usual tens.; excitement
that prevails when a masterpiece of art
changes ownership at public auction.
Tlie Hembrandt began with a hid of
$".'.,000 and mounted rapidly with nuge
bids V' H"' '"!l1 "no of 'I30-ono- T1""
best previous price for a Hembrdndt at
auction In this country wa. JS.1.000, paid
at the Holier t Hoe sale.
The admired Turner, which letrneci
$tor..000, did not bieak a record. His
"Hoekets and Hltie Lights" has that
distinction, sold at the Yerl.'es sale for
$129,000, The Hotnneys; the Hnppner
und the Old Crotne, however, eclipsed
all their previous prices. No Homncy
ever before equalled at auction the
1100.000 paid last night for hi!- group
Tlie Wlllels Children." nwl the Hopp
tier portrait of Mrs. Arbutbnot at $fi0.
e00 and the Old Ctome landscape nt
faaeiOO also make new- standard.
The total for the night's session
reached $7!7.0."iO. the greatest sum ever
icallzed ut a single session in a picture
Tlie list of paintings, with title
c haser mid in ice, follows
clvi of ernnil (lie lth inr.ih
ur ol bedtime h never questioned
k In lief, ti ilrlnk
M any time IniUmtr xnnil
nrne flnit rut Innnl th Inn Keep
ouiiply ( home tor .tour imn
dirnrrra anil lrlrr.
AERONAUTICAL SOCIETY ELECTS.
, t.. fell ,-.. ,,f tl...
lilt lempei .1 1 ill e. oecaoi-- iiim- .s.iihi i.
f all e-
HOW SCOTT REACHED POLE.
i-'onntl l'rni-i-s of iiiuiitlsett' I 1 1
There, h Ihnit.
fpfru)' 'at" Jftui' t. f., till si v ,
London. I'eb 13 V ihiauh !-!
Cf..d here from "hi-lMt ha" h ,n '. i - j
Inc the Mory of Sc-o-,'' tn I. t.i iln- pole
.s.cvs that I, lent. Kvan left Sin and
lm on lanuarv I. I'.'l'.'. io continue
tfie.r march to the pole.
They went along on an average of
'.o-i miles a clav to their etiri'ition.
v --h they reached on Januar, IT.
Thev were about l.'fl statute m.les from
-.e pot. m 4 7 degrees 3." tuiuiues. v. hen
1'. sns turned tae. Tin- first day at
ir.e p-iie. according to the diaries, wa
. eel. w.th the sun ohcur d. The
r."t dav was clear and the sun wa.
- l ie Sight were tak'-tt Cap" Scott
used a four inch theodolite. Thi wa
- fren' from tl.- course of Cap;
Amund.-en. w ho ut d a sextant wltn ;. i
(i- ieal horizon, but the location of tl."
I-- r bv the Norwegiin and Hnglish e,
p n-ers dllfcred by only half a mile, and
tv -- l-oth of them jirac-tlcal located
p the same sjtot
'ip' Sentt's tioserv at e-ns gave tail
tie!" V'. degree filtij minu'". '"( lie.
K""ot -e.ng the pole i and his party nc-
t-;iTsMv mnrchisl an extra half mile
- -s;e motor and there planted the
' r i Jnck Itefore this they had
i .-"d up 1n latitude th- dog track
I.' - - Norwegian expediiaui and Vicse
f't".o.ted to the Norwegian camp
t n'.n thiee miles of till- pole itself. AI
r- .me point the trac k had been obllter-
i -v nov drit l. but the pftv
f n ' all the record let I bv Amiiinh'e!!
T-Tt wer- evidences of a blizzard
f i f m iiiili n erected ins tent near
' "-.,e The te-nptratiire wa aliout
-. i zeio The surface, unllKe that
oarrler. was soft anil tliere wa no
i-i It a found that the snow col
' -"t to creat depth. I' was not like
"n-i-v on the harrier and made Utile
n-'ei n melting. Ten photographs
'i Capi Scott' parly took at th"
I ' -.v.ie recoveied and developed at
1 -tie i:ans. as well a two photograph
' 1 tpt Am tnden's tent a C.ipt. Scott
i ' I .'
I'onntl 'nlnnhle roll.
- rdlng to the story the return
!' over the great polar plateau
' ii-rkei by a series of good marches
- er,.1m weather, w'lth the ieuiieia
' .r- a- eraglng befvern 'Jo and HO below
The length of these marches a
fa- n the top of the Heardmoro 'llacler
'"'"I hut the maximum was nboot
f'j- -trri mile? a day. There were two
b r ' on the plateau, one was at vi id.
has been ih" t .xperit-n
p'o-cr in polar c'lmate thar leo
irvsial- winch at higher tempeintuie
melt limit i- the filcti.u. caiieil b;
slecigt running oi, tSjem. eea-eel to do
mi when the thermometer fall to 3't
be'ow iter. i anil b-ceune cutting - lg-Thi-s..
low tenipel.lt lire-, which Were
coiniilaln-el of b.v e'apl. Scott ill l.l .
diary, are ,-altl to accetiint tor the !uw-
nes of the progress of the party over
the barritt. The average distatie"-between
the elep.d wa slxt.v-tlve1
milts, which, without allowing for bail
wi-ather, meant that the party must
.ev.i.ie in ii.- than nine m.ic. a tia
Toe :" iel und foo.l at eat h depot gave
fii ijiiein tor thi rate of progrt f
F -r a week, howeve:. ihe l t march of
tip- partv "ii the hairier va approxi
mately nine ni.Us atnl a; later tase
it fell a low as three m.'e
This falling away in the rate e-f "ji-e-el '
wa iini'tiiihtedlv din- to the .-ond.tion of i
Cap: uie. of tbe Inniskllling Iii-.tgoon
win -e hanils ami ft ot had been frostbit- ,
ten and who w.i coii:.intlv growing'
worse lb- wa- a constant drag en the
j energies of the jiartv ami was rap'd'.v j
weakt n.ng Ciem Tin v had to tae e on- '
I l.nual wl'nel and frequent bli::-..)iel ami
tlnalh .he l.ttpt-le nature eif the mi'.
I look v,-is firml upon them llow.ver.
the- in i relin'i'i:sheel ihe'r gallant
struggle arul fought on to tip- end
I'lnellim ol (In- Ken Hi lent.
Surgeon Atkinson'. searching partv
found the- death tent eleven miles from
tin" Ton IVpot ui November l'(. l''U'
It wa half covered with snow The-,
sleelge of tip- part... with It gear, wasj
eeimpletelv colored w.th sipui Tin-
ten' was well spread and the inner tent
wa '.n plae-e on pole. When the luniks
we-ie lele-uillleil the Inner tent wa pUieel
over them. A large calm of now was
I r reeled lllld II d els plriieel oil tile- top of
jtbe eali'i This if cord marke-d on
j t he e reiss
j "Till cro-e.s atiel cairn ale neeied enei
111" lelllallls of Cap: I! F Scott. '. '
'(. H. N . I'r K. A WiN ui ujiel I.ieiir II.
I It I ion is. I! I. -M.. a ( slight toke-n to
perpetuate their gallant ami sui-.-e-sfiiu
ittt-nipt tee reach their ge.al This the
eliel on January 17. K'l- .iftet the Nor
wi gl.in had nlreadi chine- sei on Ileceni
bei I Kill, al-'ei to commemorate- tueir
jtwo gillant coinrnile. Capl I,. II. ',.
Iii.tif of tip- InnNkilllng Oragoon. who
w.-lke-el lee III ee-alll ill .'1 bllzjerel Will-
i ingli nbeiut twenty mile south of this
place- pi trv in s.ne his comrade, who
were hesci bv hardship, anil nlo of
I'ettv e iiilc-e-r I-Mgar Fians. who dleel .it
the fool of lieaielmore (ilacler. The
hold gave, the Lord taketh away,
btesseel bo the name of the l.urd."
This receird was lgiiei by a.l mem
pi i of the se arch partv
Surgeon Atkinson f the searching
ti.irtv is quoted iih saying that no syrup
mm of se-urvy existed. All the rfc
euil were collected arul the entire party
went twe-nty-three mites to the south
to try to find the' Indies of nates and
Fvans but they were not successful.
Ne-ar the spot where ('hp I Males left
i In comrade's a cross und i-nlin were'
s,ii i hat the
here .1l- lllostlv
p-cula.lon pending nnv
froin the s irv Ii ot s. All
e ate no insinuation of
Wvatt. the- London man
ager elf lip- l eiuiplllellt ed the expedition.
'give detail of the oil fuel consignment,
e which he sa wa checked ami ri -e
checked In Capt Scott himself In New
'Zealaml He s.ivs he has a letter from
I Capt Scott from the Atltatctic dated
ll-telbe-l- 31, I'.ell. In which the Colli
I ni.indet said that every item of the
,supph hail been found to be perfect. I
Wyatt s;i.is he- ha nei doubt that Capt.
Scott, who wa a master of details, per- j
son.ilh siiperlntt-ri'led the distribution '.i,
tip- elepeits t'.v the adiani" partv nt the
end of pill The latin a alreadil- ,s
known, wa commaneleel In l.leu'
llv.in. who awa'.t'-el S. oil s arrlial and
appointed a r eiieli-zi mis at Mi Itn A
Capi Stott pass' el th" el.-pots on hi w.iv
,'o tin- peel.- It i assutrpil that be In-
spec-it tl them pel oiinlli
lleilunrlitu.. II I llellriecl. Ilolel.
VI ii riutirn 1 m l .
- ' tr.ilt t, tn llir. St j
l.,,,i.. Felt If am lighting h 'n
preigre in the- ltalkaii ihe result -ire
bediig streeiieil with eXtraoidl,iiary care.'
Turkei and Hiilg.iria continue to ex
diango aicus.itioiis of Ivlng In reference
to the operation em Calbpoli Peninsula
and at Tcliat.ildJ.i
Intcri'sliiiir Snle of .Miiiuisciipl:
l H t-hl nt Sotheby's
COT VALUABLE SPECIMENS.
lUdirana a.ert- .-he '
controls th.- entire imst of .Marmora
iroin Silnrl to Hul.nr Turki-v contltuie '
to a-se'tt that she Ua landed a lalge
a rm v em thg coat. Notwithstanding'
this a Constantinople c orrepoiulent a-I
sen that Tlltke-v ha failed He ai
.ei(u) men were landed, but they found 1
it impossible to encamp and hail to re
turn to the ship. This confirms the
Nothing i know n about the Powei.
doing .tnv thing In tin- direction of peace I
led. nod uriotllc i.illi that nothing i-I
hki n to b. done tint.! the I'orte has tin- .
conilitionalh accepted tin- note- ..f the I
Powei of January 1 .
SERB GUNS FOR BULGARIA
Feb. G, 20, March 11
ROUND fftirSf') TRIP
i ese unile-r Mount Darwin, and the ,.,,.(.tP, vuth this lnerlptlon
at )r.07 These were seeur- I j lliienbouts died a ver.v gallant mm.
---..rr tip, rleeent of the Ilea rdinot e t , ,,,,.,, , tpt (),-,t,.s of the Inniskllling
O.i fr I. lent Hotwr and l)r Wilson I -t
' ' o s -ntt party visited !!uc'ev Island. '
a i-ce rrest rock above ihe snmv at the
' ip nf cie glacier, anil pent some t .mi ,
in collection of fossil hearing san'l- ,
Tif as well as coal In some ipianti'ies
1' mav be recalled that coal was found
:n 'he glacier in inns by Mr Wild of
'nc Siackleton party. These foss'N J
"" 'd tlnalh i-ettle the age of the la t i-s-t
i-ed 'neiitary deposits yet found In 'ie -'
' -i l.and Thc-y are cerlalnli Hie bet I
' -' h'f e vet been obtained 'i till
I- 1 ' Tn
'-a i inc Buckley Island anil geilng
"in the glacier the party passnl
v-' pi Kinsev. which I a magnltleent
rite peHk 11.000 feet high ami
I ""eel io be an admirable point from
v- eh to take hearings. They reached
u small depot below Cloiidmaker Moun
t'n and stopped for geological Investl
rt -ins from the side- of this mountain,
TCe.e they found fossils of mllcll
g ei'i-r age in the lime stone and got
total of thirty-five pounds of gen
I cfiii specimens, which were carefully
lOHyt up and taken by thr party right
I'rnm M'W YORK
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In and from Jrlsiinilllr nil Frhrueirs Tom
in .1 ark -on . 1 1 le oiil, nil Mnic-h Tour
Independent Travel in Florida
'lle-keo feir IVIirunrj' Tu'ir cnml for Iwn
MP'kk. I'lih.illiiii ilte- of lour. Ile-Vrt fur
Match 'I "'II Knenl lllllll M" .'II
Pull pulleularK of ' SI I MPS, K P A
W t PI UHI' H lr . l P I . I'ei.l l llih
Aiciuir Ne nrlt 'IH
Pennsylvania R. R.
Iletlll of colt' HxiletllllitM (irent
itl lei cleliee,
I -I1- f tit pillrt. t'l TllV
I.eeXMiy, J'eb I I The Hall) CJli Ote
I. It has leeched a te-legiam fteun I. lent.
Kvan thanking that paper for open
lng tin- Scott mi-nieirnl ft. ml and lulel
We euirselie will do all in our power
to pi f serve anil to e-ai I v euit Cait
Se-eitt's plan i ompletel The shoe I. to
us ha been most terrible and we' ni'it
ak voit to o.ciio u from going into
ile-tails whleh mav be painful in re.
g.-ild to euir beloved comindes' end. The
whole hitorv of the cxptelltlon will
celtaillh be' given tei the lillblll' 1H elue
e-emrsi'. but lie Would ask oll tee please
let US leitlipleto our work in eiuletll'-ss
We Were pledged to llo OUf Uttllo.-t tei
bring the expedition to a successful
tei puliation, and ill' billed In that of
colli so Is tile pilblle at.eill of the M'lell-
title anil other eh bills as a lasting tribute-
tei those who hale not been sp.tteel
Perhaps now i on tan n-all.e why th
oflh i.i I telegram is so short Surely l'
painful brevity tieeel no defence."
Anothel despatch to the )'iij I'hrnn
Ii lr from Clirls.trhuich g.n-s a long
story. Including talks with members of
the expedition, the main points of which,
however, were mostly eoiiie-el in the
pi ev .ems ilcsp.tt'-hi'. Theiiilehtlein.il in
formation given refers to the- valuable
giologlca specimens obtained, the rich
hauls of biological specimens scoured
by linwllng. which penults Ihe study
of the distribution of the small organ
isms on which the' whales feed The-i,i
have ii i omnieicial as well as a sclen
tlllc i a I tie. Fauna tl. ill led at depths
of from 10 to .100 fntlioint wen- also
soeiiieel The- soiinellllgs made varied
from I ." to ll.ooil fathoms
I, lent. Campbell said that hh party
passed as much time an possible in the
Igheei sleeping. At other llnirs thev
sang songs and listened Io lectures by
the scientists of the patty. J.ovlck
gave the entire party Inst i notions in
lirst aid to the diluted, Priest lev ilellv
ii ed many talks on geologv with special
refcie'tice to the' incite regions. The
parly improilsed blubber lainpi, but
these' baiely relleie el Ihe darkness. They
elld, however, manage' to tig up n blub
ber stoic which allele el somewhat to
II was perfectly evident I lint none of
Campbells party ever fill anxious over
Capl Scoit's abseine, n they were con
llilolil that his equipment and his selec
tion of men was most excellent, and the
news of the loss of Scott's parly came
to the-in as an awful shock
As yet tip' diaries of Scott's com
panions have not been opened and their
contents will nut be available to the
public for some time ('apt. Scott's
diary will be glien to Mrs. Scott and
thofo of the others to their telatlies,
Mrs. I'lijler'n M. itlt-ii I lln-' live
I Mr Cornelius (' Cinlerenie l.it night
at Sheir.i a dinner and il.ini" feu Menu.
people Ihe I'llllier ecu served H "'ellll
small tables 111 the tapesin room t he eleceu
latum anil lavor neiug appiopuate to ihe
ob-ervaiieo of SI Valentine' dill- Ulei
dinner lli'-ie ua ail llifoiiuiil el, line with
i ii ii si i' b a hand of ciilori'd plaicro and u
buflel siippcr ivned lulvf.
t nitt-rslnoilliiK I iineloili-il
lit-tii Tmi I 'oiiti t rlett.
'...l' iiMf titip.it' ' to Trie St
14 -The corresponelent '
Belgrade say a number '
gun wele ilcspatcheil tei'
i-dni'-elay . A new untie r-
of I'lt- rniu a
eif lie.lVV siege
Bulgaria on W
.-binding seems to have been cone hided
between Set i la and Bulgaria. Public
opinion . coiiildeni that ihe prcse'iu
opera' loll Will be successful Bllll 11 ill
pi on- favorable ie Servian interests.
QUEEN OF ITALY IS ILL.
she I siiftrrlim 1'rom Neuritis
llniigliler llso I iiellieieel.
Hj'ffifll I ill.: flrtjiilli '. (II I II r s- x
Nmi.i:s. l-'e-b F! Prof Marohlafava.
tin- Pope' physician, hi. been sutn
m iiie-d to the Villa So-ullpo to attend
Urn-en Klona. who Is siilfering from an
att.ick of ip'irrttl In th" le-ft aim. Her
.M.i.ieiy ha ii-ce utlv been taking th"
cure .it the mud bath of Amenano.
Prime- M if.ild.i Is also 111 with a
slisiu .111.1 of bronchlti. Th" pro
lessor says thai a change of air would
be s llll' 11-11- io e-lire Hie PrlllCI'.
....! e(i tittimtcti tn Tin. io
l.o.Miov F b. 13. -Qiiarilch, the col
lector, gave f.jeo at the sale at
Sotheby's to-day of valuable book and
manuscripts fur Alexander Callus's
Vulgo tie Villa Del." other rare books
and muiucrlpt brought thes- prices:
"Alaniis de P.u ahull," dated 1510. by
Alain of Kille, Flanders, SlJt): St. Augus
tine'. "Canon, pro Becomendjtlone ilulus
Faniost ( Ipe rls She l.lbelll Setjuetls, de
Art" Pit ellcandi. ' 1400, $fi7n: the same
author" -linilar book, hut not so rare.
J.'.'ii. St ugiitiue's "l.lher Kplstola-
tcltll. ' llitt'd 1 110. Moll. Balne'l- Pllteo-
ll.iiia ' Noniln.i et Vlrtiite Balneorum
Puieoli et B.iyaruin. slcut In Klhro
D-clmo irlbah Vetii'tlssltnl Medici
i Continent nr." $L'.."iOu. bought by Qua
ritch. ' Havarla" bv Schobzer. 1520. the
i 'inly, known copy In this country, J25.1.
i a blbl.a paiipt-rum of tin- fifteenth ccn
1 tury. $L'7o. a ser.iphook of twenty modern
l blank leans In which are Inserted en
j griving of tlie Madonna and Child, the
baptNm of Chrlt In the Jordan and
1 others. 435
annus iiisnrs worn in one manu
script by an Italian si ribe $:'."0. bought
by l.eishtoii: Chanson ele Oote" of the
time of William of hange. t'c:. Isnight
by Uuarlte-h: Chaucer's "Tractatus As
trolablj Description and Fse of the
Astrolabe." ir.HO, bought by Macgs; Clu
llano I (all's "Delia Spera llbrl IV." a
poem In Italian ottavn ritnn. $505,
bought hi tjuarltch ; Frontlnus's "Klher
.lillll Frontlnl tft I'lavll Vegetll de He
.Mlhlari a l-'l Ktroplus ernendavl." $570.
bought by Keighton. Pope Ctregory's
"1 lomellai-'ini Klbrl Xl and Petrus
Are hliliaconu la-e-le-ske l.onelnniensl."
$"n. bought bv Keighton. the same au
thor' 'lie Vita Bent I Cregeirll Papie
per Jobanne-ni Kcclaslie liomanir Iia-i-einiim
llbrls quatoiir Scrlptn ael Joan-lie-in
Papain ll cum Pre-fatlone." $250,
Pope Clegory's select Creek orations.
$2."i0. mi unpublished Chanson of Cut
anniith. JMIntiiiruli from Oogar.
VV VI. Se.imiin. JKe-r,-. .
Van il- Vrltle. Calm Sea Scntt A
e-onmalile, Tlie sluice, in." Hurnt'
Alma-Taelrnin. Cnwflciin ontl-
etnet-n. Kneie-ellr A. e'o. .
Tt-nlem the Vnunirrr. Woman SiiuiU
Inn In mi Inn. Knoe-clUr & 'ei .
IliKk Vll Ks.a.le pe-.i ni bforan
Inn Klelnt't-m-r Uallei le .. ..
Tnrne-r. Tli !! t hnipr. It. M
vv..ioifrm.iii The Mitler Hu.trn ir
I'.llll .Verrll . .
Tt-rliorrh. t. icly Pennine Wtnt-. Kloln-
lierKT tiatlerle ? . .
rt.m- Hup. The Itr.rreml t'afpar
Sibelius IV IV Seuinnn .
.vurl.tt-ti Van otau. Uat-ktaiiinion
I'UVfrit at an Inn. IV It Coe- .
.ben IVvnan" lltliy I.anUmap'. .1 1..
ciforc .norland. Iln.le scene-, A
llt-nzlietr - - - .
lul-.ia.:. A VVacerfab K Maltlnrk-
Frantec-ei iliur.lt. The limiel fanal
near the I'lantn "( San Marco.
Vt-nlce Srolt X- Kowle?
Kranreco i'.unretl The Plana of San
Marco, X'enlie. Scoll ft Konle .
VViiiim erman. l.'Ahremolr. Ur Paul
(leorce llnmnet. I.aetv Hamilton a
Matlonti.l. AlMletv t.atlerlc
iireii7e. innoien.e itlmpel X- Wild-
Sir Thomas l.ae. reiur, Mt Ktn'
Scott A, Kowles
(ialnbiimiiKli. Portrait of Carolina
Anne Horde ICnoe.Her A e'o....
sir ,ln!iua Itevnolels. Ml Morrlt
eaflemard Mr. I.ockneinl t . Scoll
A Vnvi les . .
Albert e'uyp The Mu.el l.ate-r. 1,
llobbema i'aile Kojtverloren . Sco.t
A run tree
I'leler ele lliioth. The Mu'lc Parly.
K needier A l'e
ltloitael. The -.icacle. 11, A e'an-
Van lltk. I'ortral! of a l.t-ntlf man .
emit Hurnet. aRent ...
r.embranitt. I.ucreila Stabbinic Iter-
ielf. tvnoedler A t'o .
Turner. Kaft i'oes e'a"'.le. Ihe seat
if .1 Nh Kej The Itesatti
llearlnc tn windward; W IV. St-a-
man aicrnt .
Aliiift-Tatlema. t'onierFlon e.f Paula
by St .lerotue. A A. Anderson
Mi'laK The Pet Hint IV. IV Sea
John llori'iier. Mm Arbuthnni. Srou
A t'.tw lee
John I'rome, The Willow- Tree. e. K
P.omney The Wlllett Children. Scott
It'titinet e'oiiiiies of (tlentalrn, At:-
ne-tt Cniiipniii .
Albert Neuron. Mother and Chll-
ilren e'ntlle! A Co
Anion Maict. IVIneer l,andici-aie.
Iiousyo.l Valadon i nmiMiiv .
II A IHefrrnbarh. The Ko-er
Morher W. VV Semiart
Allans' Sleprrl. The "Id lirntid-
ui. .-her. Ml I! It Wellington
Karl .lo-elih t.ltft haner. Ttie I'nun-
eerfeller II. Th'tmar
I.n.lulK- Knau. A llatartan llolldai .
I'rana ion liefreyKer The ,iien-
,re Henry Sc.-hilllrl
: sea 1
1 4 SOU
W. Irving To(((l(ly Chosen I'resl
eleol nt illionl Meellnu.
The Aeronautical Soeletv held Its an
nual ine-e-thig last night at Its heailiiuar-ti-is.
2K West Thli ly -ninth si i eel Italph
II. Fpson eleliveie-el an iiddre-" atiel K. It.
Adam, the outgoing pu slele nt. miole a
few- leriiaik on the society . activities
during hi term of olllee
The new otflc-eis i-hc-leel for tin' erillltlg
year ate. W. In lug Twoinhly . pie-sldent ,
Keiuls It. Aelani. fbst vlee-pielileiit Will
iam .1. Illlllllllel. second I le e-pl eslelf lit
Hugo C (llboll. third V lee-IU esldotlt ,
Capt. I Chanihei.. F. S N. fouith
vli-e-pi-lirit Kiiu-t D. Aliih-isoii, llfth
vice-president. Ken-Is H. Coinplon. treas
urer; Ktldivell A Alexatnh-r, sec-iclaty .
ellrectejrs, Messrs. Tweinibly. Adam, llaitt
iner, !lboii. Chambers. Ande-i son. Cotnp.
ton. John t) eife.t. Ci'oige s lliinlt Hay
Creetlleaf. Charles W lloclell, .ll . Kee S
liurildge, Thoma A Hill, Wilbur It Kim
ball. Kilwiiiil Puiiint. Ken Stevens
Flt-dellek W. lllike-r, Hear Aellllllllt Itobelt
K. Peaiy, Kilwaiil P llopklli. Wlllliem P
Jlle-ntell. KlldWill A. Ale-Millde-I . i'llllll"
i:. Spratt. Chaile It. Wltteiuaiiii. dipt.
Thomas S. Baldwin nli'l II. V l.allle-i
SHERfFF DICTATES A SPEECH.
iitl (iel ll HIT ii Ihe r.iie! of Honor
nl Uie Thirteen I lull' Dinner.
Shi.'iirf .lulhi Ha burgei tool, down h
official illetlonary yetenlay afteiuoon and
lllltlited V.ie following Speech. W llldl h
later got off as the guest of honor of the
314th dinner of the Thli toon Club at -Moll-
quid's Sixth avenue lestauiant
"I want to say." said Julia aftel the
club had cheered him roundly In i-eiiiitlnK
thirteen loudly In unison, "that theie- is no
I Mipe-istltlon In tuy makeup Tin- pt-liicl-ples
of llbcity of your lustltutlon ait- my
lirltlple As your SheiKT I irpieielil
S.fiOO.dOie people. A all Alio i icati and li
Isheilff of till county I won't allow Ihe
asemhly of men whe are nihilist and
midnight assassin and Insultri eef our
tlag. They never can neinble- tn this
county as long as I have a sliMel '
The little Sheriff thetl teeoU fioui his
pocked u f"iv epigram and lead t'l'-m
After he'll finished the Slie illf ilip.it ted
for a tight and Brian ! Hughes tiled to
nclle 'Shanuhiin's Kid Slltbee li lie was
Somew liHt disappointed w hen e-i -i i body In
the loeim eliowiietl him out by reading the
Plere from typewritten copies To make
up for his ehagihi they made him to.ift
master for the lest of the evening
PIMPLES ON FACE
Face Full of Them. Scratching Re
sulted in Awful Burning Soresi
Could Hardly Close Eyes During
Night. Used Cuticura Soap and
Ointment. Face Smooth as Velvet.
. 1 1 . i fr-
' ii r ..
NO REPLY TO MAXSE CHARGES.
iiil(h Won't It.'i'oiiiini'itil ellon 1
In -imolilltm" Vceiisiillon.
l;..-i.f I nl If lflftrl tn Till: Sl
of Warwick in Norman French of some
IJ.Mia llu,.., tinted KiSn-KMO. j;,;.-,; n
I roll of Fnglih arms ami heraldry, dated
j from tlie fourteenth century, $ 4 T . .
Hli'temy mu . "Inolplt Prinmni 'oliimen
; Kpisiolarum Sanctl Hietonlml," fllO,".,
I 'Hanulpli Iligtlen's "Polychronlcon," In
I I -at In, containing a very interesting ceil-
eiri-d map of lh world, with nude tlgines
of Adam and Fve- being tempted by the
serpent at the heael. $:...".: the same nit-
Komios. Feb l'l. piemler Asiputh , thnt '. " P"ly e-hronii-oii ab t (rlglne Mundl
and Speaker Kowiher have declined lo'iul Annum Christl." 13.i3, flelon. bought
ecomni"iiil ncil. in by ihe Houe of Com- by (jiiiirilcti, n H. V. M. book of hours
moil In refeienee to .Mr. Mae, the 'with a calendar, Dutch of tlie fifteenth
eellior of i',e ,nffimnf .Vr.eie-, He'centuty fl'TO. bought by Sabln; another
w.i "n ported" In the committee Inves. book nf hnui'S of the Hlessed Virgin
tig.itiug tbe Mnieonl contraci null the Mary, with a calendar. Flemish of the
( !o eriiuie n for a serlt s of wirele-s 1 ilfteenth century, JfiTi, bought by Sabln,
stall ui--. bei.-iiie be ri'lnseil Io give de-jii thltd book of hours, H. V. M.. nil
bill ui to lil chargis lh.it members I'sum Honianum, with a calendar,
of the Cabinet hud been speculating In Dutch, fifteenth century, $:0(1.
The total for the tlay's sale was
Mai colli shares
LORDS REJECT WELSH BILL.
REVIVE OIL MONOPOLY BILL.
lint lllei.liliineii Vlenillt
fleetlllle l.ll.v n..H.
.' ui' .'t r In Till Si
Komios, IMi, Hi. -pii,.
Kurd lo-nlghi lejec'led the
ctabllhini nt lull, recently pu..ci by
Hie Hote of Commons. T'o (lOlerii
ment will enforce the enactment of
ihe nnasiiri under the working of Fie
P.irlliment act In a similar tiianmr to
that of ihe woililpg of the home rule
HADD0 NOT JEWEL THIEF.
Hurl of liereleen' Heir I'nlillcly
VlKiilied I'roni lrlh ciindiil,
Komion, Fi li 111. The son and heir of
the Fail of Abe . Fin, Kurd Khniloiiaiu
of Iri-lanel. Kurd llaililo, was pubhcly
absolied io-d,iy from any association
Willi the Ihe'ft of the lrlh cr-iwn Jewels
In l'c'7. The .siatenieiil was mule by
Augiistllli' Itlrie ll. Chief Sec-li'tari for
Ireland, in the Douse of Conuii uis thai 'and who
"ihe Ititfoiliicilou of his lladdo'sl name, Ainerlcnn
Is a patticular'i cruel ouiragi', for he
was not In Itelaml for months bvfurc
or after the robbery."
HrlrhKlDH I mil in 1 1 Ice Iteversee. Pre-
ilotts elnn Hnd It Mny Pna.
Hulls,, ,,f .sif-ii" nmr firvmirn in liir se.
We lsh ihs-I Hr.iu.ts, Feb, HI The prospects of a
national petroleum monopoly loomed up
uiievpecKdly to-dav during u heated
debate In the Helchstag. The discus
sion was over the report of the com
mlttce which has been considering the
I c 1 1 1 il i ii m bill and It galvanized the
tlovi'rntne'nl measure aimed at the
Standard till trust. The basic para
graph wore adopted upon reconsidera
tion aflcr they had been defeated on the
til st rending. In spite of the opposition
of the Centrists and the Poles,
The bill undoubtedly will have to be
changed considerably before the So
olallMs, without whose support it can
not pass in view of Uie opposition of-1 he
Centrists, will vote for it The assur
ances of c. . Chamberlln and other
Independent oil men representing the
National Petroleum Association of the
I tilled Slates, who were here recent I v
gavie assurances thnt the
Independents can supply all
the raw matei lal wanted, hail much to do
was generally believed to he dead.
frnner tn Send Her Claim In Hope
of IHrrrt !rltlrmpnt.
fffcinl I'nlttr Htupiitcli tn Tnr St
Pints, Feb, HI. The clauses of the
agreement by which Franco reestablishes
diplomatic relations with Vene.ucla arc
France will send a list of V rench claims
within three month-vanel six month will
be allowed for a direct settlement be- '
tiveen Vette.ucla and the claimants, I
Any claims not decided In this way tnusd
be taken before the court of Venezuela, '
which must decide tlictn In fifteen 1
month., or tlie matter will go to arhi- i
tratlnn automatically. Any Venezuelan
Judgment to which France may object
must be submitted to International ar- '
hltration. All the Indemnities are to be
paid In gold within a year after the
judgment Is rendered.
Holh sides seem si.tlsfled. Venezuela!
declares her satisfaction at the recngnl-1
Hon of tlie Jurisdiction of her courts, ,
while 1-ranee Is pleased with the guar
antees of a settlement within a stated
time and also a gold payment.
AMERICAN MEETS THE KING.
"ii Avenue A, Neir York, Ii V "I
a very much annoyed by a number of
Itching pimple whfeh entirely dlitixuml me.
My fare full of
I hem and the illshUat
touch mado them lery
Itrhy and burning u
that I coald not help
tTatchlnjr. Thlj re
mit eel In aful burning
orea which really looked
nb .Ji-'j.1 'iii"k wound, i coiihi
e -j i i . i i- harelly clewi ray eyes
during the night .
"I used several Halves and lotions hut
without satisfactory results until four
months go I happened to re'ad the aelvrr
tlvmrnt !ioiit Ciitk-ura Snip and Oint
ment and 1 tried one of the samples which
wa excellent. My f.u-e hecm to Improve
and 1 got some more ami he-can tn me
them often so that my face now as smooth
as velvet; In fact I sutTereil no more of
thrse terrible Itchlncs -rhlch made me vpry
nervou. Cutleum Soap aivl Ointment
remedied my skin disease. ' el-lgned) Mrs.
F. G. Remicoff, May 20, 191 J,
A aingla cake of Cuticura Soip Cic and
box of Cuticura Ointment .loo are- often
sufficient when all else has failed. Cuticura
Soap and Ointment are sold by druegijln
and dealers everywhere. Liberal sdtnplo of
each mailed free, wlthltj-p. Min Rook M.
dress post-card "Cutietira. llepl.T Itoston "
TTender-faceil men should ue-e Cuticura
Soap Shavln? Stick, Sample fre-'.
Man Presented nl
fpmnl Cablr fViMle tn The Sr
Ui.spon, Feb. 13,- Walter Horton
Schnelknpf of Huffalo was presented at
the King's leice to-day.
Ht rfAl.o, N. Y Feb. 13. Walter Hor.
ton Schoelkopf Is the son of the late
Walter and nephew of Hugo and J, V.
Se hoelkopf, who made their money In
Iho power canal al the falls anil have
immense chemical works there and In '
Walter Horton Schoelkopf Is about 30,
years old and married. Ills sole occti-1
pRllon Is director of a bank. j
I'rof. Sikr n llrnd Thnnirn Collrar.
Xl.w Hivin, heb, 1.1 Ihe trustee of
the ne I hanies College for Women, being
built here, iiiiiiounced to-night that
with bringing lo life a measure which ! :,'f(1?,'"'k "rnry "a. proff asur oi Kng.
.the position of president ot the new college.
ln- hi IVUIeii e' Oi "
I llln Alii'l" 1- I- I ' l hv '
tor Hpliipx i of -in'
In ihe lsMIC
ol the While Philtis MUil S ol
May 12, 1 )t . mi well ns In the
other Issues of this paper, we
stated that Kit ward Hutch, .li..
Chairman of the Wat it Pollution
Committee of (he Merchants'
Association of New York, was In
terested In sewage disposal
plants, and thai such intcrcu
was the hasis of his activities in
opposing the Bronx Valley Sew cr.
Those articles were not Intended
to mean that Mr. Hatch was
financially Interested in such
plan Is, nor were t hey I n t ended I o
mean that moneys expended by
Mr. Hatch In this connection
were Improperly obtained by
& Taylor. We were In error In
making statements and Insinu
ations from which such Infer
ence mlftht be drawn, and we
therefore take this occasion of
making a public retraction of
On the contrary, we believe
that Mr. Hatch's activities In
the direction Indicated were
sincere and honest from every
viewpoint, and he Is to he con
ftratulnted on the fact that his
efforts us Chairman of the
Committee, and the .efforts of
the Committee Itself, hae
proved successful In his con
tentions. JOHN T. RF.IHI.l,,
as Managing Editor.