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VOL v t LXXINO LXX INO ITO NEW YORK WEDNESDAY VEDN SDAY FEBRUARY FEBRUARY 17 1904CoplrfaM 1904cop aAt 1W4 1104611 tv u TA TAe Sun Printing and PuMMinp itMoefaffo PRICE TWO CENTS
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able Valuable Athletic Data Datacrok Datacrokrr Crok Crokrrs
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Right in the middle of the Park place placeflreworks placefireworks placeflreworks
flreworks district dlstrlctwhoro where wloro by the way waythere waythere waythere
there are mighty few fireworks with real realpowder realpowderNew realowderNow
powder powderNew owderNow Now Yorks firemen had to tackle tacklea
a stiff fire last night It ate out the entire entireinside entireI
I inside of the five story building at 18 and 18 18nnd 18nnd 18nnd
nnd destroyed de > troyed all of the records and official officialmemoranda officialmcmorapda officialzurmoranda
memoranda of the Amateur Athletic Union Unionwhich UnionWl11ch Unionwhich
which were in the office of the secretary secretaryJuroes secretaryJameR secretaryJames
James E Sullivan on the third floor floorIncidentally lloorIncIdentally floorIneldentally
Incidentally the fire threw out to tim thastreet thoIMeEt timtreet
street a plumo of flame which soared a agood ai agood
i good ood many persons pers one Into the idea that some something something sometbing ¬
thing in the way way of a conflagration was wasunder wasunder wasunder
under way But the firemen despite frozen frozenhydrants frozenliydrnnts
3 hydrants and burst hose quickly plucked pluckedthe
the he feathers off offtho the plume pushed it back backInto backInto backInto
Into the building and soaked it down downThe downt
t The ground floor of tho buildirife bulldi Is oc occupied occuple occupea ¬
cupied < 1 by Frank Holborta restaurant a aplace aplace aplace
place which became well ell known years ago agoHS agoliS agoas
HS Rogerss It was there that the fire flroMarted firot firetarteti
t Marted the th firemen believe On the sec second Meond aecond ¬
ond floor was the establishment ettabTh > hment of the Ball BallTieck BailTheck
heck Light Company makers of electric electricattachments electrlonttachmentll electricattachments
attachments forligHins gas On tho th llIird llIirdas tbirdwas ird irdwas
> was as the th office of Secretary Sullivan of the thoA theA thAA
A A U and a d the I theoffice eoffi office e of 0hi8 his paper Ameri American AmeriCII Amencam ¬
can CII Sports An advertising agency and a astationery ar aatatlonery aNtatlonery
r stationery concern occupied other parts partsof part8f partsof
of f the theThe building buildingTho buildingThe
The flro had gained tremendous head headway headway headway ¬
way when hen it was discovered and Capt CaptBurns Captflurns CaptBurns
Burns of the Church street police station stationstarted IItaUoni atatlonntarted
i started start < i on investigation after the fire to todiscover todiseovr I
discover why one of his policemen didnt didntfind didntfind didntfind
find the flames before they had gone so far farThe farThe farThe
The fire was discovered by Joseph Larosa Larosaan
i an Italian street cleaner When he heloolled heloolledinto looked lookedinto lookedinto
into the restaurant it was filled with one oneKreat oneI onegreat
I great reat yellowish red r flame and by the time timehe timehe timeke
he had rung in an alarm from Church Churchand Church4 Church4and Churehand
and Barclay streets the fire had burst burstthrough bur buratthrough t tthrough
through the th front of the building on the thefirst thei thefirst
i first and second floors and had begun be un to towave tot toI towave
I wave up to the top of the structure on the themitnide ther
t I mitnide mitnideDetective nut unideDetective lrlc lrlcDetective
Detective McMahon who waa sleuthing sleuthingfor
for a gambling home near by turned in inanother Inanother Inanother
another alarm at Murray and Church Churchstreets Churchstreets 1 16treets
streets at about the same time thu as Larosa Larosannt LarosaPllt Larosasent
sent his hisBattalion hisBaltnUon hisBattailor
Battalion Chief Langford came with the thefirst thefirst thetirst
first of the firemen and he Immediately Immediatelyfont
font I1t in a second alarm lIe was just send sending sendlug ¬ I
ing in a third when Chief Croker arrived arrivedAt ItlrhedAt rrivedAt
At that moment word reached the firemen firementhat drementhat remen rementhat
that there was us danger at the rear of the thebuilding thebLiildlng thebuilding
building buildingAround bLiildlnground buildingAround
Around in Barclay street and backing backingup hackln hacklnup hack lug lugup I
up tr t the scanty areaway in the rear of the therestaurant theEestWlrunt I
i restaurant is the priests house of St Peters PetersLhurcii
I Lhurcii 1 hen the fire had got good bead beadway beadfay beadra
way ra It begun to trickle out of the rear rearwindows rearwindows roarwindows
windows and to heat he iron shutters there theretoo thereto
t too t to a cherry red The Rev Father McKeon McKeonnd MC MeXeonand cot cotIInd
and nd the rest of the priests priestaunder under him > feared fearedthai fe fearedJ n d di
i J that the flames might get across to their theirhome theirhome theirU
U home homeV1 homeYl 1
J V1 thout th ut waethiK a I moment Chief Crokor Crokorht Crokarant
ant ht Jnafo ma ri fourth HhaJarin alarm and dndthen then sent Laug LaugFngiiiO
f ford nTlJund to thoprlelltA tho priesta h01l1 lioitse with WltilFl1g withFvguo
FngiiiO Fl1g la 27 Limcford urd his men went wentthrough wentIIrough wentthrough
through the thAbuHdlng building at 11 Barclay street streetnml streetIIndln streetmid
mid IIndln in a few fwmlnutS minutes the fire burst open openI or opnthu 1 1ho
ho I iron ulititters so that they were ublo ubloto ebb ebbto I Ito I
to got water into the rear of tho burning burningtuilding burningp i
p tuilding Tho window frames of tho thopritnts thopri thuI
1 I priests pri t8 housu wero scorched a little but butro butICI butt
t ro oilier odJerdama damngo was don done there thereHy tJcreBy themBy
By thistime tilla tltrle however lootr the wholo wholof Inter Intcrior iw iwcf I Id
cf f tho restaurant building wan in Inf4JDetI Inf4JDetII flames flamesV ltameA
I A V wntcrtovrer wntert wer had hadboon been pulled up in front frontof fronto
1 of o it and nd a dozen other streams wore poured pouredept pouredI i
I III but several ht1rahts had t9 t be thawed tl1l1edout thawedOut
out with 6twun and tile cold Kopt ept bursting buiBt tug tugrLObO I
hose toc so 0 that tho t h firemen had many nuUl troubles troublesOlio troublesUIIO troubleeito
Olio ito tiling thln thathelped thn thelped a lot was too bearch bearchilght IOparchlight seurchdgit
light engine which whlchJfot cot ot its first good test testilncu tlttln teetiric
ilncu ln iric < O Chief Croker 8 return Its rays raysi raysplercell rayepierced
pierced the hanks of thick flro flroenginotnnoke flroenginotnnokeUI engine BlI1olo BlI1oloIII
III > i great shape shapeIt
It took tho firemen about two bourn to tonot tot toet
not et t the thefile fire soahed out They Th worked hard hardmer hardner I IIn
mer In e It ns lit there were places near that thatfount thatouIdnt
fount stand lit and fire very well Two doors doorswesf doorslst doorswesr I
wesf lst of the burned l building is Pains fire firoior fireorkH i
ior orkli < H concern On > ono side of It Li L a acigarette arigarette aigaretto
cigarette establishment fJJtabl iJhuient on tho other is isan lean I
an electrical supply firm Directly DlrceU book bncknt bncknt bookat backat
at 11 Barclay is S Ehianarys E 1lanarys big blf Japanese Japanesean Japanesegoods Japanesegoods i ioods
goods oods place with a glass covered coorel two story storyextension storyecteaioii
extension tellslon in the rear rearFireman rearfirel1lan rearFireman I
Fireman John J Maloney of Truck 8 8nos 8wa
nos wa 11 etandlug standlllgon on this extension when the theIoof theoof i ioof
oof and part of th the he rear wall of tho burn bumine burnnfi burning <
ing ine building cared in A shower of bricks bricksfe bricksfell j
fell fe nfi around armind Maloney and ho was carried carriedto i ito
to tho cellar c llir and n l soused in four feet of ofrater 01water ofwater
water there Ih HN < 1 comrades pulled him out outhim outIIttlo outlittle
little the worAo for hI his ducking and took tookhim tookhim
him to the Hudson street hospital h pltal Ho Hoont lIoInl Hotnflt
ont home later laterChief lat laterhiet r rhief
Chief hief Croker estimated the damage damageonservatively damageoDSenaJiv damageonervativeIy
onservatively oDSenaJiv < > ly he wild Midat at 100000 ItOOOOOProbahly 100000Probably 100000Irobahly
Probably no ono who occupied > d the build building buildIIIZ building ¬
ing will feel his loss more than Secretary SecretaI SecretaISullivan
Sullivan of tho A A U Ho is president presidentof
r of If the Metropolitan Association of the theorganization thei
i organization and director clire tor of sports at tho thoSt thoSt ther I
r St Louis fair Stowed away in letter files filesin fillHin filesin
in great large shelves sh lve were all the A A U Uminuteri Uminutes
minute records r cords rules and other data datagathered dataatllerlll datagathered
gathered since the beginning bt lnnlng of the union unionin unionn1888
in n1888 n1888l3eeidos J88S J88SBesides I
Besides this matter which probably probablyran probablyan
ran an not n t be replaced placed Sullivan had a great greatcollection greatcoleotio I IolleCtoJ1
collection blrjr orphotographs of athletes some someof flomonf someof
of which data ate back fifty years ears There l here was wasn M MII
n choice choicecollectionof collection cOHee tionof of books hooks on sport every everywhere everychere ¬
where whereAfter whereAfter chereAfter
After tho death of William B Curtis in
1000 Sullivan came in for all his old record recordHnilrfl recordhooks recordhooks
hooks curios and nllnlnt quaint nnfpci notes thnt that the UUloithr thel i ifathjr
fathjr loithr l thr of American athletes had brought broughtTrfth brou broughtteether ht httfitetb
tfitetb r In his forty years of connectfon connectfon1tlh connection connectionwith
with amateur sport sportAnother sportAnother
Another collection crlecton In the building buiding had hadto hadto I
to do with the worlds fair sports includ including Inclut Includlug ¬
ing the programmes of tho various 1rlou8 pr8 games gameflnndthe gamesandtlie j jfor
nndthe rules and r reihtions lhtons mappd mapped out outfor outfor
for u use e nt the Exposition Expltlon I Itha In the back of ofthe ofthe
the building buling Mr Ir Sullivan Sulvn had hd a 1 printing printingestablishment printng printngItnbll printingstab1ihment
establishment Itnbll hment where wher the programme programmebook progmmmeHboks programmesbooks
book boks pamphlets and other things were weroprinted wro wrorlntee wereprinted
printed printedtVnY printedwin rlntee rlntee1n1
T flmnrrer > mnrrer to His 111 Indictment Overruled Overruledand Ovrrultd Ovrrultdaud Overruledand
and He le Must Stand Trial TrialST Til TilT TrialSi
ST T Lotus LOUS Feb 16 16udge Judge E B Adams Adamsof Adaml Adamlof
of the United Unie States Stte District Ditrct Court today todayoverruled tdy tdyoverled todayoverruled
demurrer to the in indictment indictruent
overruled overled the demnrer t quash fuash i ¬
dictment rlctment against aralnet United States Stt Senator SenatorBurton Sentor SentorBurn SenatorBurton
Burton Burn of Kansas KnM charged chrge In i an Indict Indictment idc indictnent ¬
with unlawfully received received32r0
ment wih having haig unlwully reved revedSO
82500 SO ° from the Rialto Rlalo Oraln and Securities SecuritiesCompany Securtes SecurtesCompany Securitiesompany
which had matters mattersrending mattersreading
Company ompany company hd mater materrerding
rending against Igalnft It In the Post POft Office Oace De DeVflrtrnent De DeTBrlment DoTariment
Vflrtrnent at Washington A jury jur was wasordered wasordere wasordered
ordered ordere by Judge Jud e Adams for March arch 22 to tory toIr totry
Ir try ry the case caseTho cs caseThe
The To opinion opiion handed haded down dow was WI long longSenator longenator longcastor
Senator castor Burton was wal present prent In i court cur and andeeijmed andtme andseemed
seemed astounded astounde at the ruling rlg so s con confident cn cnIde conident ¬
fident Ide was he that the demurrer deurer would be beijstairj belstllrd beijstaiied
ijstairj lstllrd lstllrdJc ijstaiied ijstaiiedIre < xl xlIce
Ice Jc mountain nloun ln of in I feet formed foned from tbe aprajr aprajrTrjilna aprayIt
It laars Falls Wonderful fr051 rlrcu eflects I Ill II IITrAIns
TrAIns ll 11 llar a day d from frm Fal New e cw vera f br b New rw York Central Cenlrl I Inl
nl I West Stiorr oreU Aat
i r
Dele5ate Delegates Prom Fom an n Indiana Indian District for rorthe torthe forthe
the Chicago Cblclo Convention ConventionINDIANAPOLIS Convnton ConvntonINDUN41OLIS ConvintlonINDLaNAPOLIS
INDIANAPOLIS INDUN41OLIS Fob 16 10Ia 16Isaac Isaac Strauss Straussand Strau8snd Straussand
and nd John Orndorff OrDlorf were selected eeloote by the theTwelfth theTelfth theTwelfth
Twelfth Telfth Congretttt Congrl district diltrlct Republican Rpublcn con convention cn cnventlon convention ¬
vention at Kendollvlllo Kendallle today as a delegates delegatesto
to the national ntonal convention cnventon and resolutions resolutionswere rsolutons rsolutonswere resolutionswere
were adopted aopted strongly Indorsing President PresidentRoosevelt Preident PreidentRoevolt PresidentRoosevelt
Roosevelt Roevolt for renomination renomlnalon Strauss Slraul and andOrndorff andOrndorff andOrndorff
Orndorff made mOe their canvas calas for delegate delegateas delegate
as a Roosevelt Rvelt men and they thy had no opposi opposition oppositon oppoaltion ¬
tion ton in the convention conventionThis conventionThis
conenton conentonhi
This hi state of affairs alllr was brought about aboutby abut abutby aboutby
by letters from United States State Senator SenatorFairbanks Sentor SenatorFairbanks I Iairbnks
Fairbanks airbnks to lending IPdlng Republicans Relmblcnl of tho thodistrict thodistrict I Iditrlot
district ditrlot several seerl days ago in whioh he ad advised advised i ivied
vised vied that tho convention cmenton instruct In8trct for the thePresident thePrident thePresident
President Prident and the delegates deleglttE who repro represented reprosente reprosented ¬
sented sente a t district ditrict In which the senior Senator Senatorcontrols Sntor Sntorcntrols Senatorcontrols
controls cntrols the patronage patrnago readily redlyacftle acquiesced acquiescedin
in i his advice adviceJudge adviceJudge I
Judge William Wilam Penfield Penfeld solicitor solcior for the theState theSt theState
State St e Department Dprment at Washington watt wattIndorsed wasindoneed I
Indorsed for or Governor Goveror Hurry Harr S New Newwas Newwas ew ew1as
was 1as indorsed idore for member of the national nationalcommittee natonal natonalcmmitte nationalcommittee
committee cmmitte a place plce which he now holds holdsDOY holdsBOY
Youth outb or Somervlllc SomenJe Mass I Has 111 an n Ap Apparatus Apparatill ¬
paratus prtu of Ills IU01n ll1 Own for Telegraphing TelegraphingBOSTON Tdrlaphlnl TdrlaphlnlBSTON TeleyaphInEBOSTON
BOSTON BSTON Feb 16 10Augustus Augustus Tripp aged I
17 1 a student in i the SomervllleHigh Smerie Somerville HIgh School Schoolhas Shool Shoolhs Schoolhas
has hs perfected perecte a wireless wlrlos telegraph telegrph system systemby systemby systemby
by which messages mes8ge have been ben sent a die distance dl dietunes ¬
tunes tan of 600 6 feet fet The boy is I a n direct de descendant de descedant doacendant ¬
scendant scedant of Sir Isaac Isc Newton NewtonThe kewon kewonThe flewtonThe
The system which has 1M been ben examined examinedby examine
by several seerl electrical elericl expert expers has hs beende beendeclared bende bendecare been do dodared ¬
dared care to bo well ell constructed and in many manyrespects mny mnyrtpects manyrespects
respects rtpects similar to that invented iented by Mar Marconi Mr Mrconi Marconi ¬
coni It I was constructed cnstruced by young Tripp Trippwith Trlppwith
with wlh practically p ctlcly no experience and with withbut wih withbut
but a little lte knowledge kowlege gleaned gloned from scien scientific Blen Blentfo scientiflo ¬
tific tfo books bool It I took him the better beter part partof partof
of a year rer to perfect perfe the apparatus apprtus The Thooutfit Theoutft Theoutfit
outfit outft will wi be sent to the St Louis Lui exposi exposition expositon expoition ¬
tion ton where it will wi be placed on 01 exhibition exhibitionThe exhbition exhbitionThe exhibitionThe
The boy spends the greater preater part par of his histime bl histime
time tme in the cric tl Ic experimenting oxperlmentlg He has hasmade hasmde hasmade
made mde a fire alarm alnn box magnetic mpnetc circuit circuitbreaker circuitbreker circuitbreaker
breaker breker and nd a burglar burghl alarm alrm the latter latterbeing later latterbeing i ibeing
being in use ee in many Iny of the Somerville Somervillestores Smerie Somervillestores i iTho
stores Tho transmitter of his wireless wirelesssystem wirle wirelesssystem
system is in his hil kitchen and the receiver rceiver hi hithe i inthe i ithe
the high parlor Each Ech polo is about six Ilx feet feethigh feethigh feethigh
Canadian Government Carries Irrl Five or orEight ufElt ofEIght
Eight Elt Contested Districts DistrictsTOBONTO Dstrlds DstrldsTOnOITO DistrictsToitoxTo
TOBONTO TOnOITO Out Fob 10 100wlng Owing to tho thoagitation thoagtaton theagitation
agitation agtaton by the Conservatives Conserthe for a higher highertariff highertar highertarift
tar tariff to keep out American manufactures manufacturesopponents mluluactUn manufacturesopponents
opponents oppnents of the Laurier Lurler Government Goerment ex expected expted oxpected ¬
pted pected the Literals to experience reverses reversesin ror e I
in the te eight elgb Federal Feeml byelections by1tonl held to today today ¬
day But such was Wlnot cot the case The TheLiberals TheLibral TheLiberals I
Liberals Libral won live of tho eight seats satl con contested cn contsteti ¬ I
tested tetetl tetetlGoIlent tstetiGovernment testedGovernment
Government GoIlent supporters lupportlf carried carrie1 the two twoseats twoseats I
seats they previously prlouly held hel in Montreal Montrealwhich Montrel Montrelwhl Montrealwhich
which whl hl is significant algllfcant in view leWOf of the tle fact fa that thatthey tha thatthey t
they tey represent rp nt the tb greatest greot > t manufacturing manufacturingcentra manufacturingin ufatulng ufatulngco
centra co ttCiha In Canada In I Ii oria OPof oiej of these the cases casesthe ciiishe 1
the t he majority r jorly was l IncreasedTwo ic d7 io rural ruralcbnstituenoles r ruralnstituenoies
cbnstituenoles tuni In i QuelxK QuebP QuebPrtu QuebecPi Proyjo A a areturned 1 1returned
returned Government nent supporters East EastLambton EastLamhton
rtu Qer Et EtLhton
Lambton Lhton nnd East Elt Bruce Bruc rpp In Ontario Ontarioagain Ontalul Ontalulagan Ontarioagain
agan again returned rturned Conservatives Conaerv oner tves tices Prince PrinceEdVunl Pnc PrinceEdward
EdVunl EIaId Edward Island recleotixl rc1t a i Liberal Libm and andSt andSt andSt
St John J hn city which wbch four years year ago ag was wascarrie4 wu wascarrie4
carrie4 carie4 by the Hon lon Mr 11 Blair l ll 1 then Min Minister Ml MlIter Mllater ¬
later Iter of Railways Raiways by 997 went lt Conserva Conservative Chle a atlve ¬
tive today b J 1 2g S3 3 thus expressing pre3ing die disapproval dlsapproval dieapproval
approval of the tll Governments G rtferto transcon transcontinental traton tratontnentl tracecontinentai ¬
tinental tnentl railway raiway policy policyThe plcy plcyrhe policyThe
The result of todays elections will w1 con confirm confirm ¬ i ifirm
firm tho Liberals Liberlsll In the belief beler that the Do Dominion Domlnlpn Dominipn ¬
minion id L still stlJd atiliwith with h them and that tat there is isno isno i ino
no danger of the Government Goer Jmunt being bing de defeated do dofeeted ¬ I Ifetd
feated fetd at the general elections eletons which many manylooked manylooke manylooked
looked looke for this thi year yearSEARCH yea yeaSEnCI yearSE411C11
She Left Irt Her leI Home lome In Inossining Osilnlnc Ollninc for forJew forJewYerle New NewYork Ne Neork
York ork on Wednesday WednnY and nd Disappeared DIPPlred DIPPlredTwo DisappearedTwo j jTwo
Two well e1 dressed dred women went to Belle Bellevuo Ble Blevue Bellevuo
vuo last lat night looking for Bertha Lewis Lewisa Lwis Lwisa
a young woman womn of Osstning OsniR N o Y who whohas whohl whohas
has hl been missing mlsing they said sid since last lastWednesday lastWenesdy lastWednesday
Wednesday WednesdayThey Wenesdy WednesdayThey
They refused refus to tell tel their names and ad said saidthat sid saidthat
that Berthas sister siter Lydia had written writtenasking wtien wtiennklng writtenasking I
view the body of the j jwho
asking nklng them to woman womn womanwho I Iwho
who was wa found unconscious uncnious in the hall hal hailway i iway Iway
way of 1806 16 Third Thir avenue a few days dys ago agoFrom agaFrom agoFrom
From the newspaper description deipton Miss MissLewis Mis MissLewis I ILewis
Lewis thought that she might prove to be beher j jher I Iher
her missing sister The body boy was as not that thatof j jof iof
of Bertha Brha Lewis LewisTim Iwil LewisThi
Tim missing mising girl Is yt 1 years yers old tall tal and anda
a blondn She is the daughter of Joseph JosephLewis Joeph Joephl6wis JosephLewis
Lewis a retired retred merchant of Osslningand Osslningandsings Oslnlng Ossiningandsings ard ardsings
sings in the Episcopal choir of that town townFor tow townFor j jor
For or the last lat two years ye she has hs been ben coming comingto j jto
to New York twice a week to receive reeive vocal vocallessons voal vocallessons I
lessons lesons from Prof Powell Powel In i the Carnegie CarnegieStudio Caregie CaregieStudio CarnegieStudio
Studio Building Buiding Lost Lt Wednesday Weneday she shecame shecme shecame
came cme to town for her lesson Icson and did not notreturn notrftur notreturn
return rftur home homeDOG homeUOG
Discovered the Theft and nd Led the Chase ChiseThat I IThat
Dscnrrd Thef Case CaseTat
That Tat Followed FollowedA Foloo
A fox fox terrier named name Jim found a thief thiefon thof thofon thiefon
on East Et Fortysecond Fortyscond street stit st et last night nightnnd nightand nightand
and helped helpe catch ctch him himJim himJim himJim
Jim is owned by Paul pau I Jennings who wholives wholve wholIves
lives lve on the second 8end floor at 343 3t A man mangot mn mngot mangot
got into the apartment of William WiUam Murphy Murphyon Murhy Murhyon
on the third floor foor took all al of Murphys Murphysclothes Murphyscothe Murphysclothes
clothes cothe and started IItared downstairs downstairsJim downtalre downtalreJim downstairsJim
Jim who is generally generaly quiet barked so solnud 8 8lud soliud
lnud and ant pawed pwed so vigorously at the door doorthat Qoorthat loorthat
that his owner thought that there was wassomething wasfmethlng wassomething
something fmethlng wrong He opened the door doorand doorami doorand
and saw sw the stranger Itrnnger with wih the bundle of ofclothes ofclothe ofclothes
clothes clothe hustling huatlng downstairs downstairsJennings downtalr downtalrJennings downstairsJennIngs
Jennings ran down yelling yelng thief thlet fol folowed folowe folowed
owed by Jim who barked bake the same fme thing thingThe thingThe thingThe
The owe thief thiEf dropped some sme of the clothes and andran ani andran
ran toward Second Seond avenue Near Ncr the thecorner thecrner thecorner
corner towar a man mn knocked knoke the rest ret of the clothed clothedout clotO clothesout
out of the fugitives fugitves fugitiveshand hand The thief ran raninto ranInto raninto
into the house at the northwest corner and andscurried andurie andScutTled
scurried to the roof roofAll roofAl roofAll
urie All the houses house on Second Sond avenue are areof ao aoor areof
of the same height and he ran along the thoroofs theroofll theroofs
roofs to Mne Fortythird street and ad ducked duckeddown duckeddom duckeddown
down a scuttle scuttlePolice scuttlePolice
Police n 8UttO 8UttOPolc were searching seaching the houses hous he had haddisappeared hd hddlsp baddisappeared
disappeared dlsp Polc red into when Jim who had ha been beenquiet bn bnquiet beenqulei
quiet for a time began bega barking brldng again againand againad againand
and ad led them to the house hOU8 on the corner cmer of ofFortythird ofForythird ofFortythird
Fortythird le street where they found the thethief thethier thethief
thief crouching cruching in the hallway halway The thief thiefsaid thlersid thiefsaid
said sid that his name nmo also was wa Jim JimJi JimJim Jim Smith SmithAt SmithAt SmithAt
At the theple police station staton William Wiiam Boyd of oflain
211 East Thirtyninth etret street came to com compla cornplain
plain 21 lain Est that Tirtyninth his hs apartments had been ben robbed robbedSmith rbbe robbedof
ot cloting clothing ad and jewelr jewelry In the aferoon aferoonSmth afternoon afternoonSmith
Smith was WI brought broug t from frm his call collThats c callTbats l
Smth Thats theman thma the man sold sad Boyd Byd Hes llel got gotmy gotmy gotmycoat
my mycoat Tatl coat on now nowand and my cuff cnt buttons butons too tooA tooA tooA
A Gnat Gtat Train to Florid FloridThe Floril FloridaTile
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lit P B B and nd Southern Souther Ry R The punctual per performance ptrformace performance ¬
vi formance of the excellent ucelen ichedule chedu1 and ad superb auperbqulpment superbecutpment lperb lperbtqulpment
qulpment formace account 10un for the superior auprorPllrOlle auprorPllrOlleof patronage patronajnttjli patronageof
of this L train Two To oilier fait trains t dnllr daDromcu N V Vi01c V VOfllcel
omcu i01c J 771 1 1l and ad lUG it9 Droadway DrawIYU DrawIYUI Broadwiy44e Alt
And Ad l Nab Nb < Him 1m and nd a Partner Just Ot In Time Tme to toSave t to8vo
Save a Southerners 8ou lrmea aSSO 38OAetu 38OAetuas SloAct SloActIll Acts Actsas
as Ills Ill Own Lawyer L e and Says S Twai TwaiNo TwasNo I
No Swindle 8wnto Because Brcul He Get Nothin NothinA Notn NotnI NotnA Nothing NothingA
A small office offic boy ran out of 41 Wall street streetyesterday strt streetyesterday I IY8teray
yesterday Y8teray afternoon aferoon and seeing leng Detective DetectiveSergeant Detetvo DetetvoSereant DetectiveSergeant
Sergeant Sereant McConville Mconvle shouted shoutedSay shoute shoutedSay I
Say mister rnter there U a queer quer deal de goin goinon gem gemon
on inside insideThe Inide InideThe insideThe
The detective detectve took the tip tp and followed followedthe followe followedthe
the boy byto to the office ofc of H HH H Pottele Pot le A Co Cobrokers Cobrker Cobrokers
brokers brker The first firt person peron he met was wasLarry wasLarry I
Larry L SummerueUI Ewereld the well wel known con confidence cn confidence ¬ i
fidence fdenc man manWhat manWhat I IWha
What Wha are ae you doing below the dead de line lineSummerfleld lne lneSumereld lineSummerfield
Summerfleld Sumereld he demanded demandedYou deanded deandedYou demandedYou
You must mut be mistaken said sad a man with witha wth wtha
a long black mustache musthe whose wh0e drawl drwl pro proclaimed p pclame proclaimed ¬
claimed clame him a Southerner This Ti is i Mr MrMorton MrMorn MrMorton
Morton MortonI
Morn S SS
S I dont doubt it I replied repled McConville McConvilleHe MoCnvlle MoCnvlleHe I
He has ba a new name to wear we with wih every everycleancollar e everyeleancohlar er I Iclecol
cleancollar clecol but in i the rogues rgue gallery caler he heis heI heIs
is I registered rgstered as a Larry L Summerfleld Sumefield He H Is Isthe IIte istIii
the te king klg of the bunco men menYou menYou menYou
You dont say sy gasped the Southerner SouthernerThen Suthemer SuthemerTen SouthernerThen
Then Ten turning turin toward towad Summerfleld Sumerfeld he hesaid hesd hesaid
said sd You Youyou you get right out of here hereyou bereyouyou hereyouyou
you youyou you rascal rascalSummerfleld rMaW rMaWSueeld raecallSuxnnierfleld
Summerfleld Sueeld was willing wilng to go but butMcConville butlfenvlle butMoConvihie
McConville lfenvlle had his back bak to the door dor with withDetectives wih wihDtve withDetectives
Detectives Riley and Tinker at his aide aideExplanations sideExplanations de deElatons
Dtve Rley
Explanations Elatons followed follwe The fe Southerner Southernersald Sutherer Sutherersdthat Southernersaid
> said sdthat that his name nae was n William Wila C Luther Lutheran Lter Ltera
on a insurance agent aent formerly of Cassvillo CassvilloGa Cnvle CnvleGa1but
Ga but more recently reenty of Dallas Dalls Tex Texmonth Texwent I
Ga1but 1 went 10 boston for businep8 business lt ltmonth last lastmonth
month be said sid and while hUe there thert saw fW an anwhich anadelsemn anadvertisement
adelsemn advertisement In a New 1ork York newspaper newspaperwhich
new8papr new8paprwhich
which told of an opportunity to double
110 1000 within twentyfour oPPrtunlty hours bour I an answered answer answered ¬
swered the advertisement aderllmn and received rive a aletter n aletter
letter swer from H B Morton Ioron of 338 3 East E Fifty Fiftyfirst Fiy Fiyfirt Fiftyfirst
first firt street Itreet who stated that tht he had advance advanceinformation adonc advanceinformation
information Infonton of a boom In certain Colorado Coloradomining Colrdo Colrdomining Coloradomining
mining stock This interested Interte me and I Ianswered Ianlwered Ianswered
answered anlwered his communication communicationSoon commuicaion commuicaionSOOI
Soon SOOI after Morton loron whom you call Larry Iarr LarrySuinmerfield
Sununerileld Sunuerlald called caled at the Hotel c Cecil Cecilmade Ceci Cecilwhere
where I was stopping He sd said Iha that he haa haamade had hadmade
made the trip to tome Boston to s 600 me a and told toldmo toldme
me that his brother was 8 employed by the theCripple tbeCripple theCripple
Cripple Creek Gold Gol Temple Mining Company Companyand Cmpauy Cmpauyand Companyand
and knew kew of a rich strike strlle which would send sendthe sd sdthe sendthe
the companys compays stock stok abooming aboming ho Ibis Ibisbrother Thisbrother his hisbrolher
brother tie 10 said 111 would ould furnish fur > l the names namesof naes naesof namesof
of stockholder stockolde who wero ignorant of the theapproaching theappraching theapproaching
approaching appraching advance advanc and thus enable enble us 1 to tomake tomake tomake
make largo lrgo profits prtls Heehowed Hethowed me me a news newspaper nempapr newspaper ¬
paper in which ripple Creek Crck gold mining miningstock miningstock miningstock
stock papr was wa reported as selling selng for 1168 116 l6i a ashare a ashare ashare
share but I now repred suppose suppos that the quotation quotationhad quotaton quotatonhd
had hd reference reerenl to the stock stok of some SODO other othercoq othercrporaton othercorporation
coq corporation corporationlie > oratlon oratlonHe
crporaton crporatonHe He said aid that if I I doubted doubte him I could couldtelegraph culd culdtelegrph couldtelegraph
telegraph telegrph to A A Haydon treasurer truurr of ofthe otthe ofthe
the Consolidated COlloldated Exchange Echng of Philadelphia Philadelphiaor Phildelphia
or to Addison 0 Potter at the Drexel Drxel Build Building Buid Buiding Buildlug ¬
ing Philadelphia Philelphia Acting Acing Aetingonthlssuggeslon AetingonthlssuggeslonI on this thsuggeian thsuggeianI suggeslon suggeslonI
I wired wir Haydon and got a reply that tba he heather hewould hewould
would gladlY pa pay 1170 170 for all theCrlple theCrlpleCrek the Cripple CrippleCreek
Crek Creek stock I could gather ather together This Thiscnvinc i iconvinced Ibisconvinced
cnvinc convinced me that Ullt thatMorton Morton Ioron was wa not nota a I fakir fakirwillingly fair fakirI
I willingly consented to see ee him In New NewYork Newor NewYork
1 willglr cnnre
York and pame flownfrom Qwrfm Bcetbnyesr Bcetbnyesrterday Dt BcsthW yes yesterday
teray terday or an He HetnetIIP met rodat a > the te Broadway BroadwayCentral Br8w Br8wCentul BroedwyCentral 3e
Central Hotel Ho Ht had with 1Ithim himJohn himJohnpointed him John JohnSpears
Spears a Hotel oonructor of Ne Newik JN N J Jon JonSp the themlul themwtsrhO
Sp mlul mwtsrhO h r cDror bHtblq la tsbdID1 tl thM ad eadIMthbr eadIMthbrpointed Ith 0
pointed toward a little lte man m fl with a whit whitmustache whie whiemu whhtmustache
pint mustache mu tthe who bu teed OO behind bbh d SurarrorCcld SurarrorCcldSpears SummorficldSpearii
Spears 8 said that he 1 was the owner oner of
5000 60 share sluirdor si of stock Itok hi i theeompany te 18 Q ywhc which whichhe whichhe
he would sell tel Tor S 3350 Afc M A at t t that tbatpril pricethere price pridethere
there ther was Wi a chance chaJ for fora a liberal lbra profit proftI proftIwoulll I Iwoulil Iwould
woulil have hvo clonedthe clolOlhe deal del on the te spot spt had hadI h
I posseted posIe1 the cash but fortunately forunately for formo formo formu
mo I postponed postponl < moving rnal ing tho purchase purhae until untiltoday unll untiltoday
today toa promising rmllng ming to t meet Jt Morton Moron and andSjieaw ad adSfcnr andSvar
office of Pottelo 4 Co I
Sjieaw in the thl o i Iwa was wascertainly wascertainly
certainly Sfcnr u surprised f rri > c man when I learned learnedthat leare learnedthat
that I had fallen Into the handu hamI of a noto notorious noto notomile ¬
mile bunco bunc shark sharkAftwr sharkAfter
rous After Ar Luther Luler had repeated repeate his story stor to toAssistant toAsslstnt toAssistant I
Assistant District Attorney toley Train Cr ln com complaints compllnt cornplaint ¬
plaints pllnt were made mde but against aait Summerfleld Summereld S mmerfleldand I Iand Iand
and Spears Sper charging them therawith with wit attempting attemptingto atemptng atemptngto
to swindle the Southerner Sutheel Both Bt were wer wereheld j I Iheld
held under IIO heir 100 bonds bnd for examination examinationtoday exalnatan exalnatantoy examinationtoday
today by Magistrate Magirat Mayo in the te Tombs Tombspolice Tombspolice fomb
police court courtSummerfield courtSummertleld
Summerfield Summerel cour In the absence abenc of counsel counselacted cuDI cuDIacte counselacted
acted acte as 1 his own ow lawyer lawyerI lwer lwerI
I didnt dldntget get a red cent from that man manhe mn mnheold manheeatd
heold heeatd he oatd How Howcould could re I have swindled swinled him himif himIt himif
if he lost nothing There Ter aint any case ce but butIf but butif
If you are going ging to hold me Judge Judg I want a ahalf ahal ahalf
half hal hour in II which wlich to look up Martin Martn Engel Engelmy Egel Egelm Engelmy
my m bndsmn bndsmnThis bondsmanThis bondsman bondsmanThis
This was wa granted gated and Summerfleld Summereld de departed depare doparted ¬
parted guarded uar by the detectives detive He HereturnecTsoon Hereturne Hereturned
pare returnecTsoon returne returned sn soon e after afer with Engel who gave gavethe ganthe gavethe
the necessary neesar bonds bondsSumraerfleld bndl bondsSummerfield
Sumraerfleld has hgrown crown very ver fat since sincehis sinc sincehisreeasefrom
his hisreeasefrom release reene from tho thoTonibs Tombs Tomb He Hehaassbaved Hehaassbavedoff baa shaved shavedoff ba
off or bin hi mustache mutahe and otherwise otherie altered alteredhis alered aleredhi alteredhis e
his hi makeup so that he is almost almot unrecog unrecognizable unrl unrecognizabla ¬
nizable nl7able except excpt to t those toe who have seen seenhim sen senhim seenhim
him in all al of his disguises dilse He is I now no under
110 31000 bonds bond pending pendig trial of other cases casesagainst CB casesagainst
against aalDt him himThe himThe himThe
The detective detectve say that they know noth nothing nothInl notlilug ¬
lug about the tle man Spears Rpm So o far as 8 they theyhave theyhae theyhave
have Inl been ben able to t learn le he has ha no criminal criminalrecord crminal crminalrecor criminalrecord
record recordACTORS recordACTORS
recor recorACTORS
Mrs lUr F n Hushes lulhrs liuhesFoundOiercottte Found Foud Overcome Or ome by Gas GasHusband GuJubad GasHusband
Husband Jubad Mlssinc MlssincA IIC IICA
A young woman about 23 years yeal old oldwho oldwho oldwho
who said ead she was w Mrs F D Hughes wait waittaken wastaken
tken taken to Bellevue Belevue Hospital Hopitl yesterday yeteray after afternoon afternoon afternoon ¬ I
noon suffering eulrlng from frm gas gB poisoning poioning On OnMondaynight OnMondaynght OnMondaynight
Mondaynght Mondaynight she Ihewent showent went to the te boarding ban house housekept hous8kept housekept
kept by Mrs 1rs Mary Mar Collins Coln at 333 23 33 East Et Thir Thirtieth Tir Tirteth Thirtieth ¬
tieth teth street With her was wa a man rnn who whosaid whoeald whosaid
said he was WB F D Hughes HughC her he husband husbandHughe hubad hubadHughe husbandHughes
Hughes Hughe said he was wa an actor ato and several severalletters leveral leverallettel severalletters
lettel letters havo > been ben found in his hi room rom to toIndicate toIndlcato toindicate
Indicate that he was wn in the profession professionHie profMlonThe
The Hugheses Hu hese8 hired hire a room and ad paid paidIn 12 12In 3 3In
In advance advanc on their board boardHughe boar boardHughes
Hughes lughclef left the house about noon non yester yesterday yeter yeterday yesterday ¬
day His wife wie was wa around the house houe after afterthat afer aferthat afterthat
that and seemed seme to t be b in good go spirits spiritsAbout spirt spiritaAbout
About two hours after atr Hughes Hughe had gone gonedie gonf gonfshe goneshe
she went to her room rm Mrs Mr Collins Coln smelled smelledos smele smelledgas
11 gas os not long lonp after ater that opened opene the te door doorind dor dorand doorand
and found Mrs Mr Hughes Hughe lying lyD on the floor floorA foor foorAgn
A Agn gas stove stoven in the room had h been over overturned overturne overturned ¬
turned turne and gas ga was wasflowln8 flowing from a pipe pipewith pip pipewith
with which the stove had h been t connected connectedFwo cnnecte connectedTwo
Two gas ga jets in the room had b also alo been beenturned ben bentuml beenturned
turned on full fullPoliceman ful fullPoliceman
tuml Policeman Polcn Urquhart Uruhar was wa called ced in and ho hosummoned hnsummone hesummoned
summoned an ambulance ambulnc from Bellevue BellevueHospital BeUeve BeUeveHoplral IlsUevueHospital
Hoplral Hospital HospitalWhile
While Wie the doctors docors at a Bellevue Belee were wee try tryng tr trylug
lug ng to revive her a telephone t message came camefrom cme cmefrom camefrom
Inp mCg
from a man ma who said sid he thought he was washer wa washer
her brother brotherMy brothe brotherMy
My name nae Is Morgan iorgan he said sid My Mysister Mysister
sister lser who is I a daughter of the Waterworks WaterworksCommissioner WaterorK8 WaterorK8CmlMlone WaterworksCommissioner
CmlMlone Commissioner of Syracuse SyC ran ra away from fromhome frm frmhome fromhome
home on Monday Mondy with an actor ator named namedHughes nme namedHughes
Hughe Hughesibe Hughes HughesThe
The he young youg man mn was told that tM the young youngwoman youngwomn youngwoman
woman would woud probably probbly die and he said ald he hewould hewould hewould
womn would hurry to the hospital hoplta He didnt didntihow didntIhow didntshow
show Ihow up hur at the hospital bopltal The he people ple in intha Inthg inthe
the boarding a house hO tried to find fnd Hughes HughesJlJi Hughe Hughesbut
but didnt JlJi blnR succeed I ad and tre J he V hant hadnt > Jw rtur returned returnedto MtimvAst MtimvAsto
to o the house hou ac late lte last night nightA S SA
A tle despatch despach from Syracuse 8yse nigt nigtA last lat night raid raidhat saidthat aidtha
hat tha there is no Waterworks WaeroruCmMloner WaeroruCmMlonerMorgan WaterworkComnuesioner WaterworkComnuesionerMorgan rworks Commissioner Commissionerlorgan C CLO
Morgan in that tht city LO L 0 Morgan MOTlanbokeper a alaid abookkeeper
bokeper bookkeeper In the waterdopartment there theresaid theresaid
said he was the only onlY wat0depmnt man mn of that thtt name namen nae naei namein
i in n tho deportment depment He has ba no children childrenMMwinter cidren cidrentd ohildren1dwInter
MMwinter td Inter excursion ccnlO to t Montreal Janlrl and ad Quebec QuebecNew Quebe Quebeaby
bY New York Yor Central at a half baf rate February rebrl nth nthIcItfU mi 18thiclct
Ttclru IcItfU iclct rood roo fifteen Cfe n diya dIA daaA4e Ait
Indicate Indlct Preparations Pepratol for a Clash Cas With WithBulgaria Withliulgaria lb lbDulpr
Bulgaria BulgariaSptctal Dulpr DulprSpllal liulgariaSpcIol
Sptctal Spllal CaJ Cala Catle > U Ditoatclt DI lcilo to TH TRi Tas Sup SupLONDON SI Su75Lomos
LONDON LONN Feb 17 nTelegm 17Telegrams Telegrams from frm the theNear theNear theNear
Near East Est again emphasize the gravity gvity of ofthe 01the ofthe
the situation situion In the Balkans Bla and Indicate Indicatetho Indloe Indloethe indicatethe
the probability probabity of TurcoBulgarlan ToBllan hos hostilities hostilities ¬ i iU1tes
tilities U1tes Turkey Trkey has hs ordered orred quickfiring quickfiringguns qulcklrlnl qulcklrlnlIn
guns In munitions munltoJ and horses bors and has h re recalled r roled recalled ¬
called oled her officers ofcr studying studyng in Germany GermanyThe Genary Genary1eroop GermanyThe
The 1eroop troops are a constantly contty at firing fing prao praoticn pro protlC praotics
tics tlC Forces For are a being bln massed mld at many manypoints manypinte manypoints
points pinte adjacent adjant to t the Bulgarian Bulgaian frontier frontierThousands fronter fronterTousad frontierThOusands
Thousands Tousad are employed employe In repairing repairingroads rpairing rpairingroad repairingroads
roads road and building buiding bridges to transport transportheavy tranprt tranprtheavy transportheavy
heavy guns gunsBulgaria guD gunsBulgaria
Bulgaria is I also aO credited crite with ordering orderingbig orering oreringbig orderingbig
big guns is and ad quantities quattes of rifles rfes and am ammunition ammuiton aminwiitlon ¬
munition muiton Gen Zontcheff Znther the te Macedonian Macedonianleader llonlan llonlanlee Macedonianleader
leader lee Is in constant cnetant communication comunication with withthe withthe withthe
the Bulgarian Buian Minister M1ter of War Wa Pour Pourparlors Pourparlerlro Pourparlers
parlors parlerlro are proceeding preig between bten Bulgaria Bulgariaand Bugr Bugrad Bulgariaand
and ad Servia Snia regarding regring a fresh ffll alliance alance against againstTurkey aganst aganstTkey againstTurkey
Turkey TurkeyA Tkey TkeyA
A St Petersburg Petfburg despatch d ptth announces announcesthat announcs announcsthat anflOUfleeSthat
that Foreign Minister l nlster Count Cunt Lamsdorff Lamsdorffhas Lmsdorff Lmsdorffha
has ha notified notfied Biilgaria Bitgnra that In spite spie of the thowar thewar thewar
war with Japan Japn Russia RUla will wi continue contnul to tosupervise tosupris tosupervise
supervise supris the Macedonian Macdonlan reforms reformsAMADOU rfor rfortUADll reforms4IIADOIt
Was one of the Leaden Ladrr In the Breaking BreakingAway DrtaklnsA lireskittgAwy
Away A yliofl From Colombia ColombiaSpecial ColombiaSptcal CeiernbaSpecMi
Special Sptcal Cable Cnb Despatch Duplcllo loTnn 11 rail 1 Svx SvxPANAMA Iv IvP4U1 StuPAWASIA
PANAMA Feb 10 10Dr Dr Manuel Amndor Amndorwas Amdor
was wa unanimously unnimously elected president prldent of the thoRepublic theRpublo theRepublic
Republic Rpublo of Panama Parma by the Constitutional ConstitutionalConvention Contutonl Constitutionalconvention I
Convention today today Pablo Arosemena me was waselected waseleotd waselected
elected first substitute Domingo Obaldla Obaldlasecond Obaldiasecond I Isecnd
eleotd ft subtute Dmngo Obldla I Ithird
second secnd substitute RubAttute and Carlos Mendoza Mendozathird Mendoz Mendozathird
third substitute substituteFederlco Bubtute substituteFederico i iFeerico
Federlco Feerico Boyd Bd having withdrawn wlhdrwn his hiscandidature hiscndldatu hiscandidature
candidature cndldatu for first frAt substitute subtute his name namewas nme nmeMnot mimewas
was Mnot not mentioned mentoned The T < > substitutes subt tes were wereelected wereeleted wereelected
elected eleted with only a few fe disBentlng dlfspntlg votes votesThe voteshe votesThe
The he inauguration Inugration will wi take tke place Ilao S next nextSaturday nex nextSaturday I
Saturday SaturdayWASHINGTON Stury SaturdayVABnINoToN
WASHINGTON Feb 16 1 6M MlnUter IIstr mister Bunau BunauVarilla BunauYam BunauVariUa I
Varilla Yam of Panama received clve today a mes message me mesge moesage ¬
sage sge from the capital caplulof of the now republic republicannouncing republo republoanounlngtht republicannouncing
announcing anounlngtht that the to th Panama Panma Government Governmenthad Governent Governenthad
had promulgated promulgatd the constitution constitutionHe cont ton tonHe
He la I also al in receipt rectt of a letter lett from the theMinister theMinitr theMinister
Minister Minitr of Portugal Porugl recognizing regnizing Panama PanamaWith Pana PanamaWith
With Wih the exception ecpton of Spain Spin and ad Turkey Turkeyall Trkey Trkeyathe
all athe the European Europan nations ntion represented reprnte In InWashington InWahingon inWashington
Washington Wahingon have now recognized rgnize the Isth Isthmian Isthmian ¬
mian mla republic republicSHIPS rpublo republicShips I ISHIPS
I IIol
Fleet Fet In I Yesterday ten Struck irk nwk Polar Pola Weather WeatherClose ieathrrClose
Close Iol to Port PortA Por PortA
A fleet feet of ocean ooan crossing croin and coast coasthugging cast coasthugging I Ihupglng
hugging hupglng steamships tc mehlp that got in yesterday yesterdaywere ysteray t twer Iwere
were wer struck strck by a n polar blast blat when hn within withina wthin wthindyot
a day dyot dayof of port pr and accumulated aumuat a shimmer shimmering Rlmmer shimmerlag ¬ i
lag armorbf aorUC ice id The Te T lyernla Iyerlol Ivernia of the te Cunard CunardTJiw C CuiardLine
Line Ll and the t11 Mesaba Heah of of tfceAttentlb tanto Trans TracBthe Tane TransportLlua5 i ipLwe
portLlua5 werthick1ycoat d4rordand d4rordandtheir
pLwe tck t I1qDrand t
their rails wfrinted t1e t1eSblpd
Sblpd from i S0Uthtri1bTt JM ddtho eTrom eTromthe rm rmte
the te West tt Indies Indle that tat logged logge a course cur close closeto closeto ioe ioeto
to the Marylandand ryltand Jersey Jeey cowls Ct got the tbeforce th theforce
force of the frigid frld gale on the port por side sideand lidead sideand
and ad some of them were wt listed lited with wih the thecrystal thecretal thecrystal
crystal cretal burden burdenThe buren burdenThe i iCeentlre
The Ceentlre entire port pr side of the Moire Ioro Castle CastleIn Caste i iIn
In from Havana Havl heavily heaviy laden was I sheathed eheathedin
in inwlIe white The Corrlanche Con1unchl of the Clyde Cyde Line Linefrom Lne Lnefrom Linefrom
from Jacksonville Jacknle and Charleston Chluleton had ice iceon Il iceon I Ion
on her forward forard forwarddeck deck half hal a foot thick tck nnd nndher andher I
her port shrouds shroud and rails were 1cr several severaltimes Fveral Fveraltme severaltimes
times their normal size slzciHLIZZARD sizeIILIZZARD Ize IzeILZZtD
Caynca Lake Lkf Is f Frurcn 1lzen Over OlIce Overlee Ice Meanlain Moon Moontain Ioontaln
lain at atNlapr Niagara Falls FallsUTICA Fal FallsUxic I IUTIC
UTICA UTIC N Y Feb 16 ISTheworst 10The The worst storm stormof stormof i iat
of the year yer nns hfl has raged rge here for twentyfour twentyfourhours twentyfourhours i ihoura
hours Yesterday Yesterlya a light lght snow fell fel and last lastnight I lastnight t tnight
night a 1 heavy hO vy west wet wind came cme up and andhurled andhurle andhurled
hurled hurle the light lgh snow at a furious rate rateThis rto rtoThi rateThis
Thi This has continued cntnue all al day dayand and tonight tonightthere j jthere ithero
there was wa no indication Indicton of a letup Tho Thotmln Thetrains j jtrains
trains tmln that were sent tlnt out yesterday YCteray on tho thoRome theRome I IRome
Rome Watertown Waterown and nne Ogdensburg Ogdesburg have havenot bavenot havenot
not yet reached renche their destinations detlnatoTs The Thoschedule TheIheuleof Theschedule
schedule Iheuleof of trains trln8 in and out of this thi city cityon ciy ciyon cityon
on this thi line lne today wan wa cancelled cancelledITHACA cncle cancelledITHACA
ITHACA ITHAC N Y Feb 16 10For For the first time timeIn tme tmeIn timein
In nineteen ninen years Cayuga Lake Ilke is frozen frozenover frozenover frozenover
over from one end to the other a n distance distanceof dltae dltaeof
of fortyfive miles mies In places place the ice is ismore ismore I Imore
more than two feet thick The lake has hasbeen ha habn Itasbeen
been bn frozen over only about abolt four fOlr times timesIn tmeK tmeKin timesin
In the last 181t hundred hundrd years yearsBUFFALO yeamBUFFLO yearsBUFYALO
BUFFALO Feb 16 t6An An Ice mountain has hasformed hMtorme hasformed
formed torme in front of Niagara Niagar Falls to within withintwentyfive withintwentyfe withintwentyfive
twentyfive twentyfe feet of tho emit of the fall fallCENTRAL fal falCI fallCENTR4l
Severe Itr Cold old and nd an tpStale tpStatl Snowstorm SnowstormResponsible SimnstnrmResponsible Rntnrm I
Responsible ResponsibleAll Rtlpn81hle Rtlpn81hleAl
All Al the trains train entering the Grand Central CentralStation CentralStation I
Station Staton were from an hour hOlr to two bourn bournlate houralate hourslate
late last night owing to the severn swer cold coldand colr coldand
and to heavy hlav snow above abve Albany Albny The TheEmpire j I IEmpire
Empire State Express was three hours late lateThe lat lateThe <
The Te Lake Lke Shore Limited Lmled due at 630 63 oclock oclockwas oclok oclokwas oclockwas
was still stl out at 1 oclock this morning morningThe morningTe morningThe
The trains on the New Haven rond wero weroall weroall weroall
all Te nearly two hours behind hehlnr their schedule scheduleSevere Ichule Ichulevrl scheduleScvrre
Severe Cold old In the tl Wwl WwlCHICAGO WtltCICAOO tesiChICAGo
I Icold
CICAOO CHICAGO Feb 16 16An An exceptionally exceptonly exceptionallycold I Icold
cold wave wlve has ha struck 111Jck Illinois Ilnois Wisconsin Wiconsln Wisconsinand j jind I Iand
and adjoining States While mlla the mercury mercurytins mefUrr mefUrrhM mercuryhas
tins ranged ran ed between betwon 10 degrees degret below blow zero zerond zeroand zeroand
and nd zero zlro In tho territory trritory affucted a uct d uevero ueverolales seiertgales 6en
gales ales have made mae the cold seem Reer extreme extremeThe extremeThl extremeThe I
Thl The skies kl are clear over olr nearly aJ nil ni the extent extentif extentof extentof
of the wave wnvcIANTED WBeJATEI waveIIAXTEI
ollce Polt Sorry Snry Not ot tn tnDc Be flcAbIc Able Alin to Online OnlineIjidy nblll fibliEsLady
Lady In Velvet VelvetA rlet rletA
A blonde inde woman w wdnuan man in velvet went wlnt to tho thoenrterloin thoTenderoin theTenderloin
Tenderloin Tenderoin station taton last night and told toldsrgt tolr tolISergt
Srgt Sergt srgt Phce Pht that who fhe wanted the police pollwo
plk plkto
to o scare Aare her husband husbandWe hUond hUondWe husbandWe
We came from Pennsylvania two weeks weeksgo WfKI weeksago
ago go and hes beendrunk benrunk ever Bince lnc she nhoaid Khoeid shesaid
aid eid Wont Wont you you ou wind nd a big policeman policemano polCmn polCmnto
to o frighten him himThe himlTe himThe
couldnt couldntAter couldntAlter louldntAfter The Te sergeant srgeant said aid alc he was sorry or but hn hnlouldnt h hcouldnt hocouldnt
After Ater leaving leavng the station tnton she he went wnt to tohe tothe tothe
the he Holland Holand Houro HouroLDERMENS Houl HoulALDEmIEStLLEOOnl IlotiseALDERMENS
Although Alhoulh Municipal Uultpl Art Ar Commli Commluonn CommluonnWouldnt Cornniiisloner CornniiislonerWouldnt lon r rWouldnt
Wouldnt Pass Ps It ItDespite IIDespite ItDespite
Despite the refusal rerta of the Municipal Municipl Art Artommisslon Ar ArtCommission
Commission CrlMlon to pass ps favorably on the alle alleorical ale alegorcl ailegorical
gorcl gorical orical painting ptng recently rantly put on the t1e ceiling cellingf ciig ciigot
ot f the Aldermens deres chamber chbr the work ha haen b has hasbeen
ben been en paid for by the city Louis LusW Wiechler Wiechlerhe Wechlerthe hler hlerthe
the he contractor ontror pd got his hi JlOOOj t000 0 and ad labor laborad TaborSears abr
Sears th the arttst said lat last nlgit tbbe tbbeha that be bebad
Ba ha bad ad received rived ale the amount he nlt nd had agreed ag agreedupon d dupn I I Iipon
upon upn with wih the contractor cntrcor contractorS J
Alexicff Aexef Leaves Port Pot Arthur Arthurfor Arthurfo ArthurS
S for fo Harbin HarbinARMIES arbi arbiARMIES S SARMIES
Czars Troops Troops Poorly Poory Clad Suffer SufferTerribly Stfer StferTeribly SufferTerribly
Teribly Terribly From Cold ColdSeveral Cld Cld8enral ColdSeveral
Several Hundred lIu do Reported Rlprtrd Lest Llt In Storm Htormon Stormon
on Lake Lke Baikal DtkI8t HaikuSt St Petersburg Pttrrbu51Ien Pttrrbu51Ienof Heart Heartor Hearsof
of tie the lie Accidental ACldrnta Sinking of Another AnotherWarship AnotberanlpPoplr AnotherWarshipPopular
Warship WarshipPopular anlpPoplr Popular Anger AnIP Against AcalnstAlexieff Apll ApllAeler AgainstMexieff
Alexieff Aeler for to Naval N81 Keiers Rennton Renntondeo merseConfl merseConflS merseConfldefoe Conn Connilenoe
S ilenoe deo In Victory Irtor on Land Lndpoa LndpoaNew landJapans landJapansNew Japans JapansNew
New Cruisers Cse Arrive Arve Safely 8rlro 8rlroof SafebCro SafebCroor Carge Cargeor
or American Supplies 8oPplrforR forRaula for Russia Seized SeizedAdmiral Hlld HlldAdmiral SeizedAdmiral
Admiral Alejcleff Russian Rlslan Commander Commanderin ComndEr ComndErIn
in the Far East Est has left lef Port Por Arthur Ahur with withhis wih wihhlatff withhis
his hlatff staff This TII move mov has bas aroused aromd specu speculation spu spulaUon speculation ¬
lation in London Lndon as to the possibility poselblty of the theabandonment thenbdonent theabandonment
abandonment nbdonent of the whole Llaotung Laotun penin peninsula pnln pnlnul peninsula ¬
sula ul for more mor favorable fghtng fighting ground groundto grund grundt
to t the north northAdmiral northAdmIal northAdmiral
Admiral AdmIal Alexieffa Alexlels destination dOtnolon in L said saidto saidto ald aldto
to bo b Harbin whch which has lin been bon looked looke upon uponas upn
as 8 s the natural natul objective objeive point pint of the Japan Japanroe Japn JapnMe
roe land forces for The Te advance guard guar of the theMikados thellkdos theMikados
Mikados llkdos army ary la I already alrey reported reprted to be in inManchuria In1lanchu inManchuria
Manchuria 1lanchu Russia RWI is I concentrating cncntrtng her herarmy heray herarmy
army ay around aund Harbin HarbinHarbin Hrbln HrblnHarbin liarbinRarbin
Harbin is I at the junction of f the Port PortAjthur Por PortAithur
Ajthur Arhur and Vladivostok branches brnebM of the theManchurian tbelWchurln theManchurtan
Manchurian lWchurln railway mlwy It is 600 6 miles mill from fromPort fromPor frontPort
Port Por Arthur rhur The town has hs been built builtup buit buitup builtup
up by Russian Russln capital cpial is in a productive productivedistrict produothoditric productivedistrict
district ditric and is said sid to have resources relurc to towithstand towihtand towithstand
withstand wihtand a long siege siegeTwo siegeTo siegeTwo S
Two To more Russian Rusian disasters dsstrs ore ae reported reportedbut reporte
but in these the the Japanese Japae had no hand handSeveral IlandSeral bandSeveral
Several Seral hundred hudre soldiers slders arc aed said to have haveperished havepershe haveperished
perished pershe from cold old In a storm str on n Lake LakeBaikal Lle LleBaikal LakeBaikal
Baikal where here a temporary tomprar railroad ralroad has ha been beenlaid beenld beenhaiti
laid ld bn the ice e shortening the TransSi TransSiberian TrIJsl TrIJslbran TransSibenlan ¬
berian bran route rout The severe weather wether Is hav having havInK barlug ¬
InK a n serious srous effect efet on tho Russian Rusia forces forcesSt fores foresSt
St Petersburg Petersburgheat hears that the cruiser cruiserBoyarln criser criserByarln cruiserDoyarin
Boyarln Byarln has been sunk at Port Por Arthur Ahu by byan byan byan
an accidental acidentll collision colliion with a submarine submarinemine lubmine lubminemine submarinemine
mine A crew of 184 officers omcrs and men are arereported arerported arereported
reported rported lost lostTientsin lot lotTientlln lostTientsin
Tientsin hears hea that thatan an explosion oplolon has oo ooourrad 0 0oUe ooourrtt
ourrad oUe in one Qe of thebatterie e t at Port por Arthur ArthurtaithaanodetaliaH At Art Artbi1thaande1
taithaanodetaliaH bi1thaande1
bthnode I I yJvr yJvrBaltic 4a 4ausia
usia Iai 15 an agaIn Iatabe 4 H ppng preparing a aBo aBaltic
Baltic Sea S squadron squdn to go to the te aid of ofthe oftleFa ofthe
the tleFa For Ja JBto Yniutorn torn fleet feet Two o cruisers crir and andsome andmetoro andsome
some metoro torpedo boats ba on their teir way to Port PortArthur PortArthur i
Arthur Au have been b ordered oror to remain rmll at atJibutil atJlbutl atJibutil
Jibutil Jlbutl until unt further futher orders ordersALEXIEFF orers orders4LEXILFFLEAIES 1 1AIXJFF
RiMUn Molan Viceroy and nd Staff St Go North Norb Prob Probably Po Pobl Probably ¬
ably bl to Harbin HarbinSprctal IlarbinSpeCliU
Jubln Jublnpulal
Sprctal Cable Dtifitclui Dlpatcltlo to THE Sen SenNEWCHWANO SCNEWOHWANO 5ri3NawcHwANo
NEWCHWANO EWOHWANO Feb id l 10Admiral Admiral Ad rl Alexleff AlexleffViceroy Alexeff AlexeffViceroy AiexleffViceroy
Viceroy of the Far East Elt accompanied accmpied by byGen byGen byGen
Gen Pflug Pfug his hi Chief of Staff Stff and the other othermembers othormebr othermembers
members mebr of the staff sta left Port Por Arthur Arthurtoday Arhur Arhurty Arthurtoday
today ty It I is understood Indero that they have havegone haegone havegone
gone to Harbin HarbinIt Hrbi S
It I IB reported rpore that the Russian R181 naval and andmilitary andmltar andmilitary
military mltar commands are ar ar being reorganized reorganizedThe rrgzed rrgzedThe
The Russian RUElan gunboat Slvoutch Is ice icebound lc icebound ¬ I Ibound
bound hero here alongside the British Britsh gunboat gunboatKspiegle gnbont gnbontlpl gunboatEspiegle S
Kspiegle lpl gle and the American Aerican gunboat gunbot Helena HelenaThe Helen HelenaThe I ITe S
The Te Russian Rueim vessel vel in II cleared ceared for action actionbut acton actionhut I Ibut I
but her captain has hB asked aked Admiral Admial Stark Starkcommanding Starkconanding Starkcommanding
commanding conanding the fleet feet at Port Por Arthur for forauthorization foruthorlton forauthorization
authorization uthorlton to blow her up in the event of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Japanese Japeo landing landingCOSSACK landingCOSSACK landingCOSSACK
The assault MSuit upon upn Mr I Miller ller the Ameri American Anlrl Anlrln Muerican ¬
can n Consul here her by a Cossack Cfsok arose arOe from fromMr fromMr fromMr
Mr Millers Miers efforts efor8 to secure seurl the release of ofa ofa ofa
a Hungarian traveller treler whom the Russians Russianshad RussinnKhad Russianshad
had arrested arette The Te Cossack Co ack struck tMck the thoConsul theConsul theConsul
Consul ConsulLONDON Consul S
LONDON Feb ie t6AS 10Assaults Assaults < ults and rob robberies rb rbbries robbones ¬
bones bries by Russian RUlf an soldiers 80ldlef nt Nowchwang Nowchwangcontinue awchwan awchwancontnue j jcontinue
continue contnue Commander Commnder Barton of the Brit British British I Iish
ish cruiser Enpiegle Fp glo and Commander Frank FrankE
E Sawyer of the American gunboat Helena Helenangainst Helenaagainst I Iagalnflt
against whom menacing menacng demonstrations demonstrationshave demortratons demortratonshave
have been bn made have been hn assured MAU1 by the thoauthorities theauthort theauthorities
authorities authort that full reparation rprAton will I be bl ren rendered TenIlered rentiered ¬
tiered deredTO IleredTO tieredTO
TO ABANDON i 4fltNI PORT ARTHUR AitrnrnSpeculation ARTR1Sp4lllatnn ARTHURSpeculation
Sp4lllatnn Speculation About onf Russian Retreat From Fromthe Fom Fomthe Fromhe
the he Gibraltar G Ibralar cr of r the thl Far Cant Cantfptttol Eastcpicbfl aNf aNf8pc4Z
fptttol 8pc4Z Cattle Ca te DeipatcH VtpaWII tn THE SUN SUNLONDON 511 511LNDON SesLONDON
LONDON LNDON Feb 17 17Ther 17There There in 11 still tn no news newsf nw nwof newsof
of f fresh engagement engagementl on land or sea 11ln In tho thoFar thof theFar
Far f r East Esl nor is there ther apythlng IJythlng a tything trustworthy trustworthyconcerning trut trustworthyconcerni orthy orthyconcrnln
concrnln concerni concerning n developing movements movementsTho moement movementsThe
Tho most mot interesting Intreftng possibility poRlbitr sug suggested 8Uggeted suggested ¬
geted gested is il that Russia may my abandon Port PortArthur PortArthur PortArthur
Arthur and ad tho rest rt of the th Liaotung Penin Peninsula Penlnsu Penineuhi ¬
sula su concentrating her land forces fof further furthernorth furthrnorth furthernorth
north with Ith the centre Cntre at Harbin Habin Tim Thostatement Tl0 Tl0statemlnt Timstatement
statemlnt statement from Newchwang that Admiral AdmiraliVloxieff Admirallexler AdmiralAloxieff
iVloxieff lexler and nnt his hll staff stn are Rrf already on the thenay tileway timeway
way there ther seems l m to point to such a decision decisionA dolslon dolslonA
A despatch to t the Daily Dail Dai1 Mail ail from St StPetersburg Ft FtPetarburg StPetersburg
Petarburg Petersburg says fay that military mltnrr circles recog recognize rog rognze recognizo ¬
nize nze that relief rlef from tho responsibility r pofity of ofmaintaining ofmintining ofmaintaining
mintining maintaining the long line lne of railway raiway in inManchuria Inl InlManchura inManchuria
Manchura Manchuria will wi simplify simplfy Admiral Atmlral Alexieffs Alexieffstask Alexlet Alexieffstask
task Port Arthur can bo safely laflr left lef to tofake totake totake
take care of itself IIlf while whie with Harbin larbln ne neMiroly R Rcurly soctirely
Miroly curly fortified fortife preparations preparaJlon may Dar con coninue contnue continuc
inue tnue for gathering gatherng an overwhelming overwhelmng force forcetor for forcefor
for a southward suthwr advance advanr when th the weather weatherfavorable weatheris patherfavorable
is favorable favorableThat favorableTt favorableThat
That Tt tho weather is now extremely extrmely un unfavorable In Infavorble unfavorable ¬
favorble favorable for military mltar movements mov < > mens la I evi evilent evidet evident
lent det from trm the many mny reports rprt on In the subject subjectIt sbje
It Is I sufficiently sfeienty bad in i the thl Gulf Gul of Pechili Pechiliind Pehl Peebliland
and the northern nrem part pr of th the Yellow Yelow Sea Seairhere 8 8her Seawhere
where her gales gle and nd snowstorms 8ostor are r severe eer
and frequent rruent but further fuenorh fuxthernoith north the condi conditions conditon conditions ¬
tions ton are declared declr to be terrible terribleSHORT terble terble8UORT terriblesnoRT
A mailed maied despatch despth to the Daily Dill Graphic Qraphicfrom Graphc Graphcfrom Graphicfrom
from Sebastopol Sbtapl says eys that tlat the Admiralty Admiraltythere Admh1tly Admh1tlyther Admiraltythere I
there ther has ho received reived reports rprt confirming confirmingthe confmig confmigthe
the statements statemet that tt Port Arthur thur is lament lamentably lont lontab lamentably
ably ab short sor of olcoal coal which threatens trtenl the fleet fleetwith flet fletwIt fleetwith
wIt with immobility immbity for weeks wek There is I an anoutcry anouter anoutcry
outcry outer in naval navl circles clrle at Sebastopol sbtpl against againstAdmiral alalnBt alalnBtAdmiml againstAdmiral
Admiral Alexieff Aexle which passes pses all al die disciplinary dieciplinary ¬ j jolplnarbudl
ciplinary olplnarbudl bounds The TesnloroMort TesnloroMortthat senior senioromoers officers assert OMbrttliat assertthat
that ho hI ought to t be b recalled ralle and court courtmartialled cu courtmartialled
martialled nlrtaled to atone for the te disgrace disga of hav having havIng baying ¬
ing the finest fet vessels Yll of theRussian tloRulunleet tloRulunleettoroe the Russian fleet fleettorpedoed fleettorpedoed
torpedoed toroe
I Ionllln
Conflicting onllln Report Repr About Abut Position Pton or the theTroop theTop theTroops I
Troop Top In I Cores CoreaSpictal Crea Crea8pc1 CorespicaI
Spictal 8pc1 Cubit Oabl Deipatcli Dep llo to Tni SUN SUNLONDON SN SNLNDON ensLONDON
LONDON LNDON Feb IT 17Rgarlng 17Regarding Regarding the move movementa movement movemonte
monte ment of the Japanese Japane Army Amy it is variously variouslydeclared varously varouslydelar variouslydeclared
declared delar that 80000 MO troops are massed mossedacross I massedacross
across rM Corea Core south of the the1alu Yalu River Rive and andthat ad adtt andthat
that tt 20000 20 are in the neighborhood neigbrho of Kilju Kiljuto XIJu XIJuto
to oppose oppo a possible polble Russian advance from fromI frm frmVadivostok frontVladivostok
I Vladivostok VladivostokTwenty Vadivostok VadivostokTwenty VladivostokTwenty
Twenty thousand thound more are said sid to begarfne be begarrisoned begarrisoned
garrisoned garfne throughout thrughout the country cuntr the theright therght theright
right rght to traverse trae which has ha been bee granted grantedby grntrd grntrdby
by the Corean Government GovernmentAnother Ooverment OovermentAnoher GovernmentAnother
Another Anoher report rpr statesthat staO states tht that on a army ary of ofthe ofthe oftIme
the above abve size siz la 1 still Itl waiting waitig at Japanese Japaneseports Japnes Japnespors Japaneseports
ports pors to embark embrl The Te accounts au accoun ts are re so soconflicting socnflclg soconflicting
conflicting cnflclg and speculative splatve that tht they are arenot arenot arenot
not worth detailing detailingIn detaing detaingIn
In addition aditon to the te foregoing forgoin there the in il ilsttement a astatement astatement
statement sttement that land operations opertons have been beenindefinitely bon bonindefnitely benindefinitely
indefinitely indefnitely delayed delayedTBBBE deiye deiyeTHEE delayedS
It I is roper rpr ted te that Japanese Japane warships warshipshave waip warshipshave
have trapped trappd three tbr Russian vessels ves esela els at atYongampho atY atYongampho
Yongampho YongamphoBelated Y YongamphoBelated ongamphoBelted
Belated Belted descriptions decripton of the Port Por Arthur Arthurand Arbur Arburad Arthurand
and ad Chemulpho Cemulpho engagements continue contnue to toappear toappr toappear
appear appr their dates date Knowing the rigor of ofthe oftime
the censorship cnsorshp and the roundabout roudabout routes routesof routel routelof
of transmission trnmision A despatch deptch to the Morn Jforning Jlor Mornjug
jug in Post dated date Tokio Feb 14 1 says that thattho tht thttho thatthe
tho correspondents coreepondents are stiU stj compelled cmple to toremain toremin toremain
remain remin at Tokio oklo awnltlngpermits awa1nglerlts to join jointhe Joi jointhe
the forces forcesTUB forc forcesrun
I Reports Repors persist pfilt that the te Russian RusaVdl RusaVdlI Vladi Vladivostok ThdIvoetok ¬
I vostok squadron sunl18ebe has been cruising og around aroundand arud aroundS aroundand
S and damaging the coast cat of the north bland blandThe bld IaIanThe
dmgg te te DDr
The Te vessels vel are aeti areatlil still unlocated unlocatedOne ulot unlocatedOne
One report rprt has hs it that they te have returned returnedto rere
to Vladivostok Vllvoetok to t coal white wl another aothe de declares dodares ¬
clares cae dares that they are ar hovering hovenl in the to Straits Straitsof Strais Straisof
of Corea CoreaIt Cre
It is also alo reported repart that a Motion alon of the theJapanese theJapane theJapanese
Japanese Japane fleet fl t la I now pr protecting tlng Tsugaru TsugaruStraits Tagr TaugaruBtri4ts
Straits StraitsVictory StrUI
Victory 1etorIAoke looked For In I tbe CoUtaff Ci Strut 8trlle 8trllea Seruftle Seruftleoaland tie tieoa I
oa oaland oalandtpedat a land landSpectat Lud
Spectat prcal Catll aP1 Ditpate D IPeHa ta TBS 1 cry SBSST S crySr
ST PBTEBHOCBO PSTEIDUO Fob IB 16Rul 0Ruasie Russias con confidence conldence conIldence ¬
fidence ldence In i the ultimate ultm te success euc of her arms armscontinues ar aroontnuo
continues oontnuo unshaken unhen The Te initial Intal misfor misfortunes nmfortue misfortunes ¬
tue tunes are a still stll attributed attbut to unprepared unprpn unprpnbR unpreparedness unpreparednessbased ness nessbased
based bR on the conviction cnvcton that peace pa would wouldbo wouldbe ud udbe
be maintained maintined but In i the coming comn land landstruggle lad ladstruggle landstruggle
struggle Japans chances chncs are declared dea to tobe tohe I Ib
be b hopeless hople There 1h er is a conviction Cn otion in some somequarters somequarters
quarters qurer that she will wD be b brought toher toherknees toherkne to her herknees I
kne knees in six months mont when her available availableresources avalble avalblereau availableresources
resources reau will wi be b exhausted exhaustedNevertheless exut exhaustedNevertheless
Nevertheless NeerthelO this avowed avow optimism optmism does doesnot doe doenot doesnot
not hinder strong erong criticism citicsm of the con conductors on onduotors ¬
ductors of the Russian Rusia movements moveents Ad Admiral Admlrl Admimi ¬
mimi mlrl Alexieff Is accused aecuse of incapacity incapacityeven Incpacity 1 1een
even by military mitar men and ad the reports rprts of oftho oftIm
tho impending impnding departure deprtu of Gen Kuro Kuropatkin Kuroptkln I
patkin ptkln Minister of War to take tae over the thecommand thecmmad thecommand
command cmmad of the army ary and nd of Admiral AdmiralSkrydloff Admirl AdmiralSkrydlofT
Skrydloff Skrdlof to command cmmd the navy nvy seem sem semprompte seemprompted j jprompted
prompted prompte by the emphatic emphto desire deire of the theofficials j jofficials Iofcal
officials ofcal and what would ould in a community communityorganized cmmuiy cmmuiyorganize communityorganized
organized organize on western wester lines lne be a vigorous vigorouspopular vgru8 vgru8popul I Ipopular
popular popul demand for such appointments appointmentsANTIULJICN appointmentsANTIAMnImICAN I IAKTIAMEUICAN
Another feature feture of the situation 81tuton is the thestrengthening the81renKhenlni thestrengthening
strengthening 81renKhenlni of antiBritish nntBrltlh sentiment sentment sentimentThe I i iThe
The Kotoe Nor Vremya Vreml4 and the Viedomo Viedm0t Viedm0talthough Viedomostialthough ti tialthough
although they are aware of Lord Lrd Lane LnB LnBdownoe Lanedownes I Idownos
downos denial denil repeat repet the charge that thatWeihalwei thatWeihaiwei I I IWelhalwel
Weihalwei was wal treacherously trcherously ceded c e to toJapan toJapan i iJapan
Japan and thereupon foster loter popular ppulr belief beliefIn I
In the charge chargf which is i already alrrdy practically practicallyuniversal pmctol praclicoliyuniversal
universal universalThe i iThe
unhefl j
The Vicdomotti preaching prlacllng from this thistext I ItoJt I Itext
text toJt says that the thewar war will wl b be assuredly assuredlyprotracted a assuredlyprotracted urely I Iprotrcted
protracted unless uniesf Franco Franc can cn b hA induced induc Inducedto I Ito
to forget AlsaceLorraine 6acLrne and join Germany Germanyand Orn Ornand Germanyand
and Russia in publishing publshing Englands Englandstreachery Englandl Englandltreachery Englandstreachery
treachery treacheryThe treacheryThe treacheryThe
The Aoroufi Noral on n the other hand hanr deprecates deprecateshasty deprate deprecateshasty
hasty hBty accusation acculatn of treachery against againstGreat aaDt aaDtOrtat againstGreat
Great Ortat Britain Brtn and the United Unted States and Ind in inthe Inth inthe
the th course coure of ltd il comment It says saysIt saysIt aysuI
uI It will wi not be more to tho advantage advantageof Rvantage Rvantageof
of the United Unted States Stata which governs gover a apeople apeplo apeople
people peplo belonging to the yellow yelow race in the thePhilippine thf thfPhlllpplnt thePhilippines
Philippine Phlllpplnt than it will wi Great Oret Britain Britainwhich Britainwhich Britainwhich
which la In a similar simiar position plton if Japan Japanemerges Japanmergt Japanemerges
emerges mergt from the present pfent conflict cnfc with withan wih wihan withan
an Increase IncMfe of authority suthorty In this matter matterfolidarity mater materoldarlty mattersolidarity
solidarity oldarlty of the white race should Ihould consti constitute cont conetitute ¬
tute tte the fundamental fundamentl principles prnciple from fromwhich fromwhich fromwhich
which the United Unied States Statl and Great Grt Britain Britaincould Brtain Brtaincould Britaincould
could not no depart depar without greatly < rpaly preju prejudicing prJu prJudicng prejudicing ¬
dicing dicng their own ow interests interestsIIVSSIA Intrete IntretenVfSl4 interestsRUSSIAN
Admiral dmtrl MakharotT to Take Tkf Command Commandof
of a Daltle Dllo Squadron SquadronSpecial Squdron Squdronpec1 SquadronSpectSi
Special pec1 Cable DlifatOut Dupcl ta I a TVS TI Sow SowLONDON St CoyLoNooN
LONDON LONp Feb eb 18 ISAdmlrl 16Admiral Admiral Makharoff Makharoffwho Makharff Makharffwho Makharoffwho
who has been bn the commandant cmmndant at Cron Cronstadt Crn Crnetadt Cronetadt
etadt will wi command commnd the Russian RWsin squadron squadronthat squadronthat squadronthat
that is being formed fore In the Baltic Bllo to re reenforce re reenforce
enforce enfor the Russian Rlln fleets flets In the Far Fr East EastPARIS l FastPnie
PARIS Feb 18 10The The Eclair
10Te Ec4tr publishes publihe a adespatch adespat adespateh
despatch despat h from St Petersburg Peterburg statingthat statingthatAdmiral sttngthat sttngthatAdiral stating that thatAdmiral
Admiral Adiral Makharoff faaoff will 11 succeed Ic Admiral AdmiralStork Adia dmiralStark
Stork Stk at Fort Por Arthur Ahu The Te despatch depoh adds addsthat ads adsthat addsthat
that the Grand Duke Cyril Cl will wn start sa for forPort forPort forPort
Port Arthur Ahur in a week weekHAUBUBO we weekIIAMBI7BO
HAUBUBO Feb MrIt ISI b 1 again reported reportedhere re reportedhere
here that the Russian RUI Baltio Bto ap Squadron 8qun will willDrnmettl wU wUBUet willBurnett
Drnmettl BUet Extract Exta < of e Vaallla Vaalllafn Taaiihaand
fn A purity utty and strength pro premtnenty p5em1neutiy emlnentlr superior 4upror superiork superiorS
0 0
shortly ehorly pass p through the North SeaCanal SeaCanalIt S Sea Canal CanalIt
It Is stated stae that th Germany Germy has b granted grantedauthority grantedauthority Q
authority authorty for eleven warships war hlptop1 to pjioa pjioavents puss pussthrough
through on Thufay Thursday It the weather pro provents lf
vents ents them from frm fromroundlng rounding ruding The 1eatlerp Skaw SkawHOYARIN I j jIIOYAIIIN
Russian RU IIn Cruiser Crulr Bald 8t to illavo 10 Been De Destroyed D lIestrayed ¬
strayed stror Accidentally AelldeltaUy by b Mine MineSptctol MineSpecial Une8pcil
Special 8pcil Cable DespatCh Dupal h 10 THE SUN SUNST SI CU CUSr No NoST
ST PETERSBCRO Feb 18 16A 16A A report rpOrl Is Iscurrent iscumient W
current cutent of the occidental aidental destruction destM tonor of the theRussian te teRuian theRussian
Russian Ruian second 10nd class clas cruiser orullr Boyarln Boyaln and andthe a andlie i ithe
the loss lo of her crew confuting cnflstng of IM 1s officers officersand ofc officersand 5 5and
and men menIt menit
S It
It Is it understood understoOl that the he Boyarin yarln struck strucka strk 1 1a <
a mine min in the harbor iUrbor of Port Arthur Arhu and andwas ad adwa andwas
wa was blown up and ad sunk sunkTills Blnk BlnkThifl stinkTitle
Tills hi the second Hond accidental atldentnldl disaster ater of oftlw ofthe
the kind ltnd at Port Arthur Arhur The torpedo torpedotransport torp torpedotransport
trlport transport Yenisei Yensl wax wn blown up by a amne amnewith mine minewith minewith
with the tle loss 10 of ninety nnety men menThe menThe inertThe
The protected pratted cruiser crusr Boyarin Byarln of at 3300 3300tons s 3200tons
tons 1 displacement dlfplaomentwM was built bullt at Copen Copenhagen Cop n nhagen ¬
hen hagen in 1809 1I and a was wa originally orginly Cp 11 in the theBlack tl thyBlack
Black Blk Sea S fleet let She was wa 345 34 5 feet fet long lo loT
49 feet fet beam b and 10 feet et draught She Sheattained Sheattained 8 8attne
attained attne a speedof speed of 226 22 knot knot under uder 11500 11500bonepower 1 1100horsepower
horsepower horepwer sp She hatl hslx hadsix uii quickfiring qulokflng quickfiringinchguns 47r 47rInchguns 41 41Inhgn
Inhgn Inchguns eight eigh smaller smaler rapid firersand firersandfour fra fireraandfour
four torpedo tro tubes tube broadside brold lde and one ihit neintho neinthostern Iri tho thoHtern
stern ltm above water waterRUSSIAN waterIfSSl waterRUSSIAN
TiCntsin Tien rDtsln tain Hears 1rl of an Explosion Eplol on O CMMcti CMMctiHill GD GDHI CaideaHill
Hill HI Port Arthur Artbnra Artbursp Arthur3periof
a pedal sp cal Cubit Oabl Detpateti Dupalcl to TA TH Sow SowTiENTsiN SC SCTimtmiN ur urTlNT
TiENTsiN TlNT N Feb Fe 16 ISJ 18It It is reported rprte hare harethat bee beetlat herethat
that tlat a big explosion elosIon has ba occurred oure in the theGolden te teGlden I IGolden
Golden Glden Hill Hi battery hater at Port Po Arthur No Nodetails NDdetail 4 4details
details detail are given give All Al the Ile forts there the use useblock u useblack
black powder powderReports powderReports
pwder pwderRepor
Reports Repor of the tle Japanese JapnOe bombardment bombardmentof bmbadmnt bmbadmntot
of Port Por Arthur Arbu have said ld that GoldenHill GoldenHillbattery Golden GoidenHilIbattery JI JIbatter
battery batter was damaged dge and two persons personskilled penl personskilled
killed k1e and several wounded there thereKVSSIAXS tlere tlereRlSSUS thereRUSSIANS
Force Lost Lol on Lake Baikal DkalTooi HaikaITroog Troopt to toKlberla InSiberia
Siberia Mlbra Suffering urrrlnr Terribly TerriblySpictai TP TerriblyJpecfai bly blyoplal
Spictai oplal catlt C bla Despatch Dtpalello1 lo THE son sonBEBUN SU SUBERL SexBsnuw
BEBUN BERL Feb 16 10Te 18The The newspapers Dwpprshr hen henlearn herslearn
learn lea from Russian Ruslen sources sus that tht large largenumbers Jrg t tnumbers
numbers nubrs of young soldiers soldier many my of whom wh wh1re wbomwere whomwere
were 1re drawn d from the warmer waor distrjctsof distrjctsofthe dt distrjotsfthe I 9t 9tthe
the empire are ar insufficiently lnelenUy clad for the theSiberian th theSiberian
Siberian Sibrn weather we ther and anda andare are suffering sufering horribly horriblyHundreds horb horbHudd horrIblyS
S Hundreds Hudd Hundredaofthemaresaidtohivbeen Hundredaofthemaresaidtohivbeenfrozen of them ore a said sdio to have hv been beenfrozen bn bnfrn
frozen frn to death in a storm sor on Lake Le Baikal BaikalThe Bai BaikatThe
The Th temperature temprtu throughout thughout Siberia Sibri Is Ismany l lmn ismany
many mn degrees degl below blo zero zr When troops troopsare tr troopsare
are a moved movd from rrm point pint to point pint on the rail railtray ri railway
way they thy have hve to travel trvl in open opn cars c ciirswitli ciirswitliCOt with without wltl
out Ot the smallest smles protection prtecion It Is I also al as assorted is issorted 5 5Irtod
sorted Irtod that tht the food stores sors are ar exhausted exhaustedIn exhuste
In many mny of 0 the th Far Fa Eastern Etern depots deps The Thetoldiera T Thesoldieaare
toldiera Ilrlle soldieaare are underfed Udied and numbers nubn of them themare tbm themare
are literally u starving starvingIb steaingTMfreqnent
Ib TMfreqnent frequent stoppages oppgsof of trains tr tbrbugnnow t through throughsnow
now breakdowns and ad hostile ht mischief on onthe onthe
IO brad merO merOth
the th part p of the wild wid Inhabitants Inlttt ore a causing causingdisorganisation Cumg Cumgdr causingdIorLardsatl6fl
disorganisation dr rt and ad congestion congestionCOREA e congestionCOREA ngslan ngslanCOREA
Emperor EDpelr Gives Gh Ills 11 Promise Pomle to the Japantso Japn JapnMiiter Japan Su SuMinister
4 Minister MlnUterSpecial Miiter MiiterSpecal Minister8pecfdl
Special Specal Cable C la Dttpateli Duplell It a Tat Tal Sox SoxToxio SU SUTOBIO SUicToaso
Toxio Feb 16 ISTe 16The The Emperor of Corea Coreahas Cr Coreabaa
has h promised prmis the te Japanese Jape Minister Mnlster at atSeoul atSeoul t t8eul
Seoul 8eul never to Intrust the country coutry to any anyother a anyother
other othr Power and ad andto to t rely rly entirely entl ly on Japan JapanA Jaj
A most mot Important Imprat council counci of war w wu wuheld WI waheld
held in II the Imperial Ipril Palace yesterday yesterdayThe terda1 terda1Te
The Te war wa loan ln will wl be b issued Isue on March Mrh 1 1At 1At 1At
At a meeting metng meetingof of bankers bankersheld held hel here hereyceter hereyceterday yester yesterday yetef ¬
day it Itw itwas was shown that the domestic dOQoto loan loanof lan lanof loanof
of 100000000 1000 100000000yento yen to be issued in inMarob March Mrh will willbe wi willbe
be b taken tacn up lp entirely entrely In Tokio T oklo The Emperor Emperorsubscribes Emprr Emperorsubscribes
subscribes 8ubsrlbO for 20000000 200 yen His Majesty Majestyis MJoty MJotyIs
is daily daly receiving riving and ad bidding farewell farewel to tolarge t tlrge tolarge
large lrge batches batche of officers ofcrs The he Emperor Emperorof Empror Emprorof
of Corea Cre has h sent snt a gift of tobacco tobac and ad wine winnto wiD wineto
to the Japanese troops and has ordered orderedthe orderedthe
Japllo troop ordere
the local lol officials ofclal to afford aror them every ever facil facility facl facility ¬
ity I HB ban hal congratulated cngratulnte Japan Japn upon uponher upn upnllcr uponher
her victory iotof declaring declring that thlt in view Iew of ofCoreae 01Creas ofCoreas
Coreae Creas position P08i Ion her satisfaction latlflcton is I equal clul to toJapans toJapans toJapans
Japans JapansSEOUL JapansItOUL JapansSEOUL
SEOUL ItOUL Feb Fei 13 13The The Courts Cours proRussian proRussianattitude prRUSI proRusstasattitude
attitude attude has changed since si co the arrival arvN of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Japanese Japane Not ot a single siglo Coroan ore omcl omclattende official officialattended officialattended
attended attende the departure of M Favloff Favlofftho Pvlof Pavloffthe
the Russian RUtln Minister yesterday 0terdy although althoughall alhotb alhotbal
all al the foreign forign diplomats were ere present presentIt preen preenIt
It is If stated state that Japan has informed the theCourt t theCourt
Court that she will wi appoint appint a member of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Japanese Jlpanl imperial imprial house hOlo an Viceroyof ViceroyofCorea Vlcrof VlcrofCora Viceroy of ofCorea
Corea Cora assuring Murng Coan CortI that thin appointment appointmentwill oppointe appointrn ttt tttwill t twl
will wl be temporary temprary Ho will 1 act IOt merely merly as asthe astho asthe
the adviser of the th Cores Coran n Government GovernmentCorean GovcrnmentCran GovernmentCorean
Corean Cran officials ofcal have hs Ion reinstated inRtn ted in inthe Inthe inthe
the telegraph telegrph ofrle oflf offices officesJapan < 8 8Japan
Japan Japn has chartered chartrc all of Coreas com commercial cm cmmecRI cornmercial ¬
mercial mecRI steamers numbering nnmbrlnl five and this thnonly t thisonly
only nly Coronn Co nn warship alhip the Iht Ynnpmu Yn mu for for4JMVJ5SE f fOrcolhiurs r rcoll
coll collNEW
Nlxihln and d KBSURA Kauj1 Reach Rtalh YoKosuka Aft After AfterHurry u ulurry r rt
t Hurry lurry Trip Emits 0 Genoa GenoaKpictal Grnoa Grnoaplelal GenoapecIaS
Kpictal plelal Cable CI e Dtipctchen Vp leht ta TBK TiE Tfl SBH SBHYOKOHAMA S tm8j tm8jYOXOnAMA
YOKOHAMA Feb eb 18 16The Tho cruisers Jfiwhln Jfiwhlnnd isshln isshlnand
and nd Kasuga K uga arrived Ilrlved this thl morning CrUIM11hD CrUIM11hDand m msuka Yok YokSlka r11 r11uika
uika Slka after afr their thlir long lon voyage from Gttnoa GttnoaTOKIO fnoaloicio noa
TOKIO OrIO Feb Jeh 10 tlOreat 16Great Great preparations preparatnswe worn wornlada weremade
mae made lada at Yokomika Yokof ka in expectation expectat n of tho thorrival thoarival thearrival
arrival arival them of the thf cruisers crtlher Jgiwliln i5slIin Ahln arid aridasuga ad adKluga aridKasuga
Kluga Kasuga asuga Tim news of f their approach approachipread approah approahspread approachspread
spread rapidly and tliousands thollnds bf f persons penonsrent PeDS PeDSwent personswont
went rent to the tltehmarbor harbor to t welcome them tem temomcers Thttr Thttrfficers Thurofficers
officers > and crews were heartily congratu congratuated congr congratulated
ated late The vessels IseI6 had ha very cough ulh weather weatherifter weatherafer weatherafter
after afer they entered tho IaolfluJ IaolfluJWAHHINOTON PaeAulqiWASuINOT0N Jadfl < j jWA8UNOTON
WAHHINOTON WA8UNOTON Feb 1eb 16 t61he Tlio Japanese JapaneseTjegation Japn JapaneseLegation
Legation Lgaton received rive official ofcia information inormaton from fromTokio frm frmToko fromToklo
Tokio Toko this morning morng that the therusrs theruhers ruiwrs Nlsshln Nlsshlntnd Nlshn Nlshnand Niashlaand
and Kasuga recently rnty purjOianed pur9Wed purhased by Japan Japanfrom Japn Japnfroln Japanfrom
from the Argentine Agntne Government Govet ment have hav ar arrived a ardyed ¬
rived rved at Yokosuka Y okoauk The Te shjps sl are ar reported rpr to tobe tob tobe
be b in good condition cnditon Yolfbsuka Yot uka is I tho naval navaldock nval nvaldok navaldock
dok dock yard yar near na Yokohania Yokoha a It is I expected expectedthat expt expectedthat
that the two cruisers wlrf wi soon eon be b ready ry tot fojfactive to totactive
active acte participation Paticllato in tpe te e campaign campaignThe campgn campgnTe j jThe
The Te cruisers erllerH Nisshln Islhln and Kasuga Were Werebeing 1 ierebeing re rebln
being bln constructed contrted atGenoa otOenoa at Qenoa for the Argon Argentine Argontine ¬
tine tn Government Oovermnt und un unr r r the thonames names of Moreno Morenoand Morno Mornoand Atn Atntn forenoand
and Rlvadavla wh whn whjA ri hostilities hotitO between betweenRussia bwen bwenRuia betweenItussia
Russia Ruia and Japan Japn seemed uenued med imminent ImineJt They Theywere Tey Teywer Theyworst
wer were promptly promptlyu purchased 1 by the tho Japanese Japanesefor
Japne6 Japne6lor
for ISO 1500000 and ni Hastily J stly completed compleed They Theyrere Te Tewer Theywere
wer were rere Insured lnur at 30 q per cent cnt exclusive exclUlve of ofrar otwar ofwar
war rar risks rk Thowfwere The Thoys 4were pr ere formally fonnDy handed handedover hnded hndedover handedOver
over to Admiral M jsteuo t tuo uo on Jan Jn 6 and were wereequipped wer wereeqijipped
equipped with gufcfl g purchased purcle at an Naples Naple NaplesThe
eqlipp The Te new cruisers cr sailedfrom slle from Genoa Ono early earl earlon
on the morning morng nf t Jan I They Thy had h Italian Italianengineers Ill Italianengineers
engineers andwere an were manned maned by a deck deckcrew dek dekcw deckcraw
crew engner cw of 127 English En h sailors ealors A few f Japanese Japaneseere Japle Japlewere
were ere on boar b They oy proceeded to Port
Bld Said Id where wher they bey ey coaled cle There Tr e they t P env en encountr encountered
countered countr a Russian usIlan squadron squa squaI but t pass psseed psseedf
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