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THE SUN WBi WEDNESDAYARRIL > NESD YA RIL 13 11904 S
A A FIGHT FIOHIFOR FOR A LIFE LIFEAll
All Day and All Night N Ighl Struggle Struggleto
to Save Bill Hoar Diver DiverNOT DiverNOT DiverNOT
NOT ALL HOPE IS GONE YET YETMan YETMan YETMan
Man Pinned in Mouth of Pipe PipeSixtyTwo PipeSixtytwo PipeSixtyIwo
SixtyTwo Feet Under UnderWater UnderWaterDIvPl11bo Water Waternivrr WaterDiver
Diver DIvPl11bo Who Was Caught at 8 P 11 on Mon Manday Monda Monday
day da Gave ive Ills III Last Signal at 1 P M Myesterday ftl1elrrdl1Dler MTrsterdaDter
yesterday 1elrrdl1Dler TrsterdaDter Diver Bill Olsen Olen Goes Goe to tonetcac torlcoe tofleicue
netcac rlcoe From Fom Tlili 1111 City Cly at on Special Train TrainPlan Tain TainPlln TrainPlan
Plan Plln After Arrr Plan Fall FalaDlnrs FaItsIMeri Divers Come Comelp ComoIP ComeIp
IP Exhausted Exhausttd and Discouraged ntsconracedI ntsconracedIWouldnl IlaconraedIWOUIiflt I IWoalilot
Woalilot Ask AskIltflhloDo 111m 11m to Do More tor Me MeBOONTON MeBooNro Ie IeBOONTOS
BOONTON N o J April Apri 12 12BI 12BIU Bill Hoar HoardlVer HoarrlTer Hoardher
dlVer rlTer la caught ought at a the mouth of a pipe pip sixty sixtytwo siy siyto aixtytwo
to two feet tet under uder the surface surace of the Bnton Bntonrrvol BoontonreervoLr Boonton Boontonreservoir
reservoir rrvol Ho has ha been en there ther since 3 3oclock 3oclok 3oclock
oclock oclok Monday Monay afternoon afteron If I he la I alive allvoho nhe nhehn aliveho
ho has hl ha shown no sign of life le since Ilnc noon noontoday noontoa noontoday
today todayThough toa toaThough todayThough
Though no diver so his hi fellow relov craftsmen craftsmencay cratlmen cratlmenIay
cay Iay has ever lived lve more mor than tha twentyfour twentyfourhours tentytourhou twentytourhours
hours hou under water they are still Itl t1ll working workingat
at the pumps plmp sending down a stream stram of ofnlr ofRlr ofair
air into Rill Ri Hoars Hoarf helmet For the first firstfifteen frt frtffen firstfifteen
fifteen ffen hours hou of his imprisonment Hoar Hoarknew Hoarknew Hoarknew
knew what wht was being done toward his hisrescue hi hiresoue hi hiresouc
rescue and growing grwing ever weaker he made madenohle mae maenohle madenoble
nohle efforts etorts to t help signalling Blgnlng cheerfully cheerfullyagain oheeruly oheerulyagain cheerfullyagain
again and again with his lifeline lelie All Al right rightAll rght rightiAll
All Al right Haul away awayl and Walt and andtry andtr andtry
try tr again againTonight aain aainTonight againTonight
Tonight Tonight Hoars Hors employer J S Bun Bundick Bundic Bundick
dick dic is hurrying hurIng from fom New York with a aspecial aIpecal aFpeclal
special Ipecal train trai the second that he has ha sent sentout snt sntout sentout
out for Hoars Iol rescue rsue and a fresh rrsh crow crw of ofdivers atdiver ofdivers
divers diver with wih a lot of extraordinarily extraorinariy strong strongapparatus strolg strolgIppartu strongapparatus
apparatus Ippartu The Te new crew rw rew cannot cnot pos possibly PO possibly ¬
sibly get to work before beror daylight daylght They Theyhope Theyhope Theyhope
hope to bring brig Hoar Hoa to the te surface suaC They Theywill Thoywi Theywill
will wi work as hard har and ad as earnestly eresty as 8 though thoughthey tough toughthey thoughthey
they expected expto to bring brg him h up alive alve It Itis ItI Itis
is I but the truth trth though to say sy that tat they theywill theywi theywEil
will wi be very er much muc surprised Burled If he has ha not notdied notdie notdied
died die hours hoU before beforeSo bor beforeSo
So far ra aa a the divers diver who have been be down downtoday dow downtodiy
today tdy can discover diver Hoar Ho was wa the te victm victmof victImofhls victim victimof I
of ofhls his hi own ow indiscretion Idicton It I was w wa a tre tremendously tr tremendously ¬
mendously medouly ticklish tclih Job he was wa sent st on onHe onHe onBe
He himself hll reported rpor after ater two trips trps he hemode heme hemade
mode me to the bottom btom yesterday yestray morning morningthat morig morigtat morningthat
that he had never been on such a
tat hd neer ben suc scary scaryJob scar scaryjob
Job jobI In j his h j life le before btor but that tt he had ha things thingsfixed thgs thgsfe thingsftzed
fixed fe down do below blow eo s that tat he had no fear fearof tearof fearof
of accident further furtherTHB furtherTflZ
any 8y ald6t any ay futher futherTO
THB fllTUJLTIOW SIATION AT THB TB BOTTOM BOTTOMThe BOnoTe 3OTOMThe
The Te Boonton Bnton dam dl Is almost alost finished fnishe A Afew Afw Afw
fw few weeks ee ago a great get company cmpy of men menand menad menand
and ad women stockholders stokholder and ad officers ofcr of oftha ofte ofthe
the te Jersey Je Y City Water Supply Company Companywent Compy Compywnt Companywent
wnt went out sod ad celebrated oebrt its Itf completion cmpleton a alittle alte alittle
little lte prematurely premtly to be b sure but with Wth the themost themost themost
most elaborate elbrt festivities fettes Part Par of the fun funwas runw8thellg funwathe
was w8thellg wathe the leading of the tht whole party py of merry merrymakers merr merrymakers ¬
makers mker Including the women folk through throughone though thoughone
one of the te two 4foot root sluice pipes pip which whichruns whichmns whichnma
runs through thouh the bottom bttom of the dam damThere damTere darnThere
There Tere woo Wi no water In the dam then of ofcourse ortu ofcourse
course tu and the te party pry entered enter at the to bet bottom bt bttom bettorn ¬
tom and ad walked wae out Into the lied be of the thegreat thegt thegreat
great gt basin bln a third tir of a mile mie wide wde and a amile amHe amile
mile and a half hal long which hlch is now the bet bottom bot bettorn ¬
tom of a lake lakt held by the lam It I is at atthat atIhat atthat
that end of the pipe pip from rror which the merry merryparty merr merryparty
party paty emerged that Bill Bi Hoar is II now pinned pinnedIn pinnf
In a grip grp which no ingenuity Inlenui of the engi engineers engin engineersand ¬
neers n neersand rs and no nc power of man ral horses hor6 or steam steamhas steamhll steanihas
has hll been bfC able to break breakIn brea brakIn
In the tht middle of the 4foot sluice Ilulc pipe pipeat pp ppeat
at th6 bottom botom of a shaft Ihlrt running rnning straight straightfrom straighttrom straightfrom
from thfl top of the dam to the bottom bottomis
is a gate att valve by which tho quantity quantty of ofwnt orwltr ofcatir
wnt wltr catir > r in tin thl dam is to be 0 rcglat regulatedrl regulated regulatedThis
This Thi rl valve got out of order orer more than thana
a week week ago after aCer tho data dlt had been n filled filledup fle filledp
up p Ir I Htiick Itlck so that tht the gates gltR were wer eigh eighteen cighIPn eighteen ¬
teen IPn Indies apart and could culd not ot be opened openedor opre
or closed closedAn closedtn
cOSE
An n expert from tho works in Troy roy where wherethe wherethe wherethe
the vulvu uln was as made mde came cme out here her and andworked andorked andworked
worked over it for a week ek The Tl valve volvocould valverptld valvecpuld
could rptld not be budged bud pe It I became bme neces necessary ne necesry ¬
sary Pr ry to shut Ihut off ot tho low fow of water at the themouth themotlh themouth
mouth motlh of the pipe Now tho pipe does doesnot dO doesnot
not begin at the dam dlm itself I II but runs rnf out outunder outunder outunder
under water for a hundred hundre feet and opens openson
on a cement cment platform pltform fifteen ffeen feet fet square nquaretThe Huare HuareThemouth squareThe
The Themouth mouth of the pipo plIo pii ° to i i in a a perpendic perpendicular perpndlo perpndloula perpondlotilar ¬
ular ula platform plalror wall a1 all which rises rl s ten feet above abve the theplatform theplalror theplatform
DIVER DER non JIAR SENT SE T DOWN DOWNTo DOWNTo DowNTo
To close cose the te opening effectively etetlvly this plan planwas pla planwaa
was M devised devi A great grt ball ba1 made of wood woodfiftytwo wo woodfiftytwo
fiftytwo frtytwo Inches in diameter or four inches incheslarger Inche Incheslarger
larger than ta the te inlet Ilet opening openig in I the te apron apronwas aprona apronwes
weighted with lead and lowered
was a weighte wih lea ad to toward towar toward ¬
ward war the te opening openig It I was wa hoped hope that tat the thesuction theIcUon thesuction
suction IcUon would catch cth the ball hal draw drawlt it into intotho Intoto intothe
the to hole and ad cut ct off of the flow fow of water through throughthe trough troughtle
the tle pipe At the te first frt attempt attmpt attemptwhlch < which hich was waslate wulate waslate
late last 18t week wek the Ile ball ba1 broke away from fromthe rrm rrmthe fromthe
the rope rpe by which it wan Wi lowered lower Chief ChiefEngineer Clet CletEginer ChiefEngineer
Engineer Eginer George Grge O Harness Hame who had haddevised haddevi haddevised
devised devi the te plan pl sent to t J B Bundlck Bundlckmaster Bundickmatr Bundiclcmaster
master matr diver of 75 South Sut street stret New York Yorkfor Yorkror Yorkfor
for a diver Bundlck Bndick Bent snt out Bill Bi Hoar Hoarwho Hoarwho Hoarwho
who found the te ball bal on the te bottom bottm of the thedam theda thedarn
dam da and ad connected cnnecte It again agai with wit the tle lower lowering lowerInA lowering ¬
ing InA cable cableHoar cble cbleHoar cableHoar
Hoar when he came Cn up from the t job jobdescribed jobdncrlb jobinscribed
dncrlb described the suction suoton of the water watr Into Ito the themouth te temouth themouth
mouth of the te four foot pipe pip aa 1 terrific terrificHe terlnc terlncHe terrifleHe
He was wa wa all a1 the te time tme afraid he said that it itwould Itwould itwould
would catch cth him bl no matter mattr how far away awayfrom awayfrom awayfromthe
from fromthe the te opening openig of the te pipe pip ho kept keptThe keptThe keptThe
The ball bal was lowered again agol andthin andthi time timerolled tie tieroJe timerolled
rolled roJe Into the Inlet Ilet opening oping and was wa caught caughtby caughtby caughthythe
by hythe the suction scton But the thewatr thewater water did not stop stopflowing ltp ltpfowg stopflowing
flowing fowg from the outlet outet of the th pipe pip on the theother theotber theother
other side 8ie of the dam It I came out hi I a adiminished adimiih adiminished
diminished dimiih volume but otlll Mtl In a 1 torrent torrentwhich trent trentwhich torrentwhich
which made mae it It out of the question queston to at attempt attempt attempt ¬
tempt to reach reah the broken valve ave which whichwas whichwa whichwasmaicing
was wa wasmaicing making ming all a1 the trouble truble Bill DI Hoar was waasent wa wasBont
sent It for again an to t find fd out what wht was wa wrong wrongHe wong wongH wrongRe
He H reached raho Boonton yesterday YEtry morning morningparly moring moringIrly morningvarly
parly and went wet down downRtorntto dO1 dO1RlPING downRtVPflNO
Rtorntto RlPING CREVICE wrru WIn HANDBAGS HANDBAGSWhen SANDBAGSWhen DlAOB DlAOBWen
When Wen ho came up he reported reprte that a a6inch a6lnch a5Inch
6inch 6lnch hawser bawe which had hd been bn tied te Into Intoone Intoone intoone
one end of the ball ba1 to make It easier to tohandlehad tohldle tohandie
handlehad hldle handie ha had got In between bten the lOdowstrflm lOdowstrflmfie I hedownstream hedownstreamside down stream streamfide
fide fie of the l bal ball > all and the bottom btom of the pipe pipeand pip pipeand
and kept the opening opnig from being bing closed closedaltogether clO closedaltogether
altogether Rltoglthlr The ball b01 won rolling rolug from rrm one oneildo oneRide onet
t Ride of the thepipo pipe pip to tothe the other and ad the to water waterrushing wate waterrushing
nlRhlnp rushing pant pt Its is sides Ilde and bottom botom Into the tbepipe Ujepip then
n pipe pip made mae the divers dherf situation Iluatlo scary Ia a aplenty aplenty aplenty
plenty he said saidThem MidTem saidThere
Them Tem was wal a consultation cnlltton of engineers engineersand
and Id it was W decided deide to totry try to fill fl the pngner crevlei crevleibetween cvl cvlbtWt crevkesbetween
between btWt the sides lde and ad bottom bttm of the ball bl blI ballI
I
1
and ad the te edgea ege of the thepipe pipe pip with wl sand Bnd bags bsgafor bagsfor
for Hoar Hor Hoazhad had h reported rpr that tht any ay diver dver who whoattempted whoattmpt whoattempted
attempted to reach the jammed
attmpt t rch jamme rope rp orto orto
to cut ct it would bo b drawn drw In and crushed crushedto
to t death deth by tho te suction suctionBill loton lotonDI suctionBill
Bill DI Hoar Hoa went down do with eight sand sandbags Mndbg sandbags
bags bg at 0 oclock Ho came cmo to t the te surface surfaceat
at 10 oclock and ad said sid that tht he had hd stopped stoppedall
all al leakage lekage on one side of tho ball blnnd b liand and that thatthere thatther thatthere
there ther was wa no suction scton on that tat Hide to t speak speakof spk spkof
of With more mor sand Md bags bg ho went down downagain downagain
again agai and when ho came cme up at noon he said saidthat sid sidtht saidthat
that tht there ther was W8 now no danger dngor at all al In Inwalking inwalking
walking walkig around arund on the platform pltorm although althoughthere althoughther althoughthere
there ther were wer several severl crevices crvlO through which whichthe whichtbe whichthe
the racing rcig waters water tugged tgge mighty hard at ateverything ateverthig ateverything
everything everthig within reach reh He le thought that thatthree tht thtthr thatthree
three thr more mor bags bg would clone 010 them themAt themAt themAt
At about abut 2 oclock oclok ho started stte on the trip
from which he has hn not yet returned returne He Hewent Howent HeWent
went down from a 1 slipshod slpsho raft rtt which whichfloated whichfoat whichfloated
floated foat on tho top of the tl resorvolrfortyfeot resorvolrfortyfeotor r0rvolrrorty r eorvolrforty rot rotor feet feetor
or more from tho top 6f r the dam dm Ho wore worethe worethe worethe
the ponderous clothing which story 8tOr tellers tellerscall tellerscall
call cl a divers armor aror The suit sUltwelghs weighs
180 18 pounds In all al There Is l the helmet a aglobular aglobulr aglobular
globular globulr brass brl arrangement arangement with a glass glasswindow glasswIndow
window In front and arrangements for air airsupply aIrsupply airsupply
supply from a pump constantly contnty constantlTrotnted angcmet rotated rotte by bytwo byt bytwo
two t o men on the raft rft Then there Is tho thowatertight thowotertlght thewatertight
watertight overall overal suit fult to which tho head headpiece headpie headpiece
piece pie Is screwed scewe so that no water can reach reachthe reocbthe reachthe
the man Inside of it On the feet ret are divers diversshoes dlverRshoe diversshoes
shoes each shoe ech weighted weighte with wih eighteen eighten elghteenpounds pounds of lead leadeach led ledech leadeach
riRST pmB SIGNAL IIGSAL OF O DANOEB DANOEBOn DAGER DAGEROn DAOEROn
On the te raft rt there ter were wer two men at the thopumps to topupe thepumps
pumps pupe Jim Ji Connera Cnner and Bill BI Keech Koh a anegro anegro anegro
negro Charley Carley Dobson who has hl worked workedwith workedwith
with wilI Hoar for years year and ad with whom the thediver thedler thediver
diver had a code ce of signals signal which allowed allowedthem alowl allowedthem
them tem to t understand undentad one another aoter by Ly jerks jerksof
of the to rope almost nOt as 0 clearly clearl as 0 though thoughthey thoughthe thoughthey
they the were er face roc to face rao on dry dr land lad speak speaking speaklg speaking ¬
ing lg held the te lifeline lifelineBill lelne lifelineBill
Bill Bi Hoar had not been bell down dow more than thanfifteen tun tunffel thanfifteen
fifteen ffel minutes minute before betor he signalled slgna1e over the thelifeline tlo tloIello thelifeline
lifeline Iello with wih three Ihre jerks jerkf of the to rope ropeHaul ropeHaul ropeHaul
Haul away was wa Dobsons Dobons interpreta interpretation Intrret ¬
tion ton of the signal 81gnal He knew something 60mothlg must musthave musthave musthave
have gone wrong for Hoar 100r had ha not been beendown ben bendow beendown
down dow nearly long enough to put in i place plac all allof al allof
of the te sand snd bags bag he had with him Hu Huhauled Iu Iubaule Hahauled
hauled baule on the te rope It It tightened tihtne But Buthe Buthe Buthe
he could ould not bring brig the diver up an Inch InchHe Ich IchHe inchHe
He pulled pule with all al bin hI might Bill Di Keeoh Keeohleft Keeohlert Keechleft
left Connors Coner to run rn the pump pup for a moment momentand momentad momentand
and ad grabbed grbe the te life lie line lie It did not budge budgean
an inch inchWalt tnchWat InchVait
Walt Wat a bit signalled Ilgale Dobson Dobon with one onetwitch onetwith onetwitch
twitch of tho
twith rope ropeAll rop ropeAll
All Al right said the diver Ill Il wait waittwitching walttlthlng waittwitching
twitching tlthlng therope te the rop rope oncein once In reply Then Thenagain Thenagain Thenagain
again a moment later lot r he signalled with withthree withte wIththree
three te twitches twltchls Haul awayl awaylFor awaylFor awayiFor
For half har an hour the signals passed passedback pa8sedbnk passedback
back bnk and forth hvery bvar few ttW minutes tho thomen thom1 themen
men m1 on the thl raft rat would wouldhul haul with all nt thoir thoirmight thoirmight thotrmIght
might and ad main Iln until unti they weru anud anudof uJraid uJraidof tIradof
of breaking breking the rope They could clld not move it itThen ItThen itThen
Then came cunuHLslcdytwlchlnj canteasteadytwicehirig a steady Tp twitching of trio tht rope ropeHELP rrc rrcH ropeltEIP
HELP H NEKDtlJ NKlLI BELOW HEIWBi BEWWBill BELOWBill
Bill Bi says he wants Wnt it diver dh r down there thereto t thereto ert
to t help him hm shouted 8 uutod Uobson Now Nowjust sowjust ov ovjut
just jut how Doboon Doboe know thin thl it t is not lor lorany Joray brany
any ay layman lyM to undertake udertke to explain explin J 10 10suoh o osuch osuch
such had been
signal hl prearranged prerragd between otwetU otwetUlm betweenthem
them lm but the twitches twitche came cla and Ild u 18 as the theevent tb theevent i
event proved prove Charley Chlt Uobaou kuew exactly exactlywhat exuclly1hat exactlywhat
what 1hat they meant meantBy maet maetly meantBy
By ly this thl time tme word had hd been bu sent It over overto overt overto
to t the office onc ot the construction cnstnlctlon engineers engineersand eegler
and ad contractors cntutrl that the te diver was WI In Introuble II Introuble
trouble tubl The road ra from rr the WIl top of the dam damto da damto
to t the tle offices omc is not easy There are a three threederricks the threederricks
dercks derricks at work on the top tp of the dam damyet damyetI darnyet
yet yetI piling pllg up boulders bulders that weigh tons tonshold tonsen tonseach
en each There her a are Ipt spots wher where te there 110 Ia an tot tothold foot foothold
hold between btwen the lake le ou OUCJ uuu Hide tide and andthe ad adthntet andthe
the thntet ninety foot tot atone lte slopocu II0p slope CU on tint U other otherwhere otherhe utberwhere
where he a man m has 1 to t cHine olu ajoujr aoQjhd aionghaod hand over overhand OV6 overhand
hand had digging tlgglg his toes tO8 into ito the tn crevices crevicesIn crvloa crvloaI
In the rocks rks There herls Is a hundredfoot hundredfootladder hudrdrot hudrdrotlader hundrdfootladder
I ladder lader down dow the brick bfCk of the dama dam a long longrailroad longrirod longrailroad
railroad rirod trestle tre tle over the overtiow oertow stream streamand 8trwn 8trwnad streaiuand
and ad then a hill hU to t climb climbOut clmh clmhOlt clImbOut
Out Olt from rrcln the te offlcea ofce came cae George orge O OHarness GHall 0Harness
Harness Hall 83 the engineer eginer in charge cba e a man manas ma manas
as redheaded rdheade as Bill Bi Hoar Ho himself hlnir but butyounger butyungr butyounger
a younger and ad of far less sturdy Itlrdy build buid He Hehad Hehad liehad
had yungr been ben keenly kely worried worrie from frm the begin beginning lJgl beginning ¬
ning by his responsibility lhlt for Bending snding u udiver I adiver
diver down to repn the outlet outet pipe pip With Wlt him himwere himwere hintwere
were Superintendents SUprlhmdentl Blake Bltke and ad Law Lawrence LW LWrnc Lawrence ¬
rence rnc of the th J S Quayley Quay ley Contracting ContractingCompany Cntratng CntratngComp ContractingCompany
Company who are a doing the stone work workof workof
of Comp the dam d Half way up the te latter lalcra lattora a mes messengor mesoKnglr messeriger I
sengor Knglr from frm the float fOlt met them shouting shoutingTho KlluUng KlluUng1ho shoutingThe
The 1ho diver says 6 he h needs fods another aothel diver diverto dhe
loose looseHack loseflack
to gut 5t lortt
Hack B8 8t down dlW the th ladder went wen t Mr Harness Harnessand Hae8 Harnessand
and flying flng up the hill hi to the U office otOwhere otOwherethe where wherethe wherethe
the telephones tlephonel were WI There herE were erA no more morodlvera moredivers moredivers
divers nearer narr than thll New f York and ad he knew knewit kew kewIt
it It I was W the tl work of but a few e minutes minutesto minuts minutsto
to gwtMr tMr Bundick on onthl the telephone in his hisSouth hl8South hisSouth
South street 61ret office ofE In New York and tell him himthat himthat himthat
that Ills hlt man was 8 In trouble under Inder sixty sixtytwo Ilxty Ilxtytwo sixtytwo
two feet of water watr and ad wanted wated help helpAID helpAID helpAID
AID rROM JRO NEW YORK TORI BT 8PRCIAT BPFCtJ TBA1N TBA1NBundlck TAIN TAINBundick ThAINBundick
Bundick Is l a mild mld old oldreUo fellow with a droop drooplug drop drooping
Ing gray mustache mUl tache He Is the last Ilt man manono ma manone
one would pick out outor of a crowd as a hustler hustlerBut huter huterFut hustlerBut
But Fut he ht hehustlect hustled then By By4 4 oclock oclok and andIt andIt andit
It wax WI 3 when he got his hil message there therewas thereWa therewas
was Wa a special Rplal train trin going out outof m8g of Hoboken Hoboknnhoard Hobke Hobokenwith
with Bi Bill Oh Olsen < en one of hibt hisbest divfr divers on onboord onhoard
hoard wth a arul full diver divers n equipment and a 1 crew crewof crowof crewof
of helpers hel I Bundick himself hlmllr did not go goHo goHo goHe
Ho stayed ltyt in New York to send Ind more help helpif
if It I were wor needed neededBill neededBi neededBill
Bill Bi Oldpna Olpnl special speial rolled role Into the Boon Boonton Don Donton Boonton
ton yards yardf at a mlnuteortwo before bror Soclock SoclockIt 50olok 50olokIt oclockIt
It was wal switched 8wltche to the tracks trakf which have havebeen haveben havebeen
been ben laid loldto to the tht dam and ad won at the dam damten damter damten
ten minutes mlnutC later The Te regular rglr trains take takeabout takeabut takeabout
about ter an hour and a half hir to run rn between betweenHoboken Otwtn OtwtnHobken betweenfloboken
abut Hoboken Hobken and Boonton Thev Th The couldnt couldnttravel tudnt tudnttravel couldnttravel
travel too fast for Bill Bi Olsen Oln He knew Bill BillHoar Bi BillHoar
Hoar Hor well wel They Tey had worked worke together togetherfor topether topetherfor
for three thrl years year under Bundick and In the thoDock theDok theDock
Dock Dok Department Deparment before that Just JUlt as assoon a assoon
soon an as 1 might be b or In about abut two hours hoursthe hour hoursthe
the thing cannot be done In less le time timepump UmAdiver timedivers
diver divers say Olen O1en wal was In hi his suit with his hispump
pump running rnhln sy and his lines lne coiled cie and was wason wal wason I
on his war down dow to find fnd out what was wa the thematter themattcr thematter
matter with Bill Bi Hoar Hol It I was W now about abouthalf abut abouthalf i
half hir past 7 and dark darkBENDING darkBENDING darkSENDING
BENDING HOPE BY 8ONAU 8ONAUAH IJONAL 5ONALAll
AH Al through the five long hours hour since sinc Hoar HoarThe Hor HorTe HoarThe
The Te Weather WeatherThe Wtathfr WtathfrTe S
The Te area of low preMure was w mornr movta movtnr out tbq tbqSt tb tbSt thSt
St Lawrence Lwee valley valey yesterday restrda havtne barnr caused rain rainla ratnID rainin
la the morning In tho Middle Atlantic Atato and ad New NewEngland NewEnrla4 NewEngland
Enrla4 England States Slles uid ad d rain and ad and snow 10W In I the Lake Lke re reclont rerloD T TgioDi
weather In all other Sections aectlonaof
clont Fair wealhe prevailed prevaied al aeelons aeelonsof
of the country cuntr The To pressure preUTe via WA w high over 0 all at the thecountry tbeeuDlry thecountrr
country euDlry between blween the Rocky and ad Allrghany Altlhany moun mountains mountns momtune ¬
tune tns and from the present outlook oulok fair far and ad some somewhat sme smewbal somewhat
what warmer weathershould prevail preaiin In this section sectionthe aeelon aeelonIhe sectionthe
the rest ret of the week wee save sve for a poulble sprlnkltar sprlnkltarof aprnklnr aprnklnrof
of rain which may occur Our from temperature temperaturechances tem temperaturecttanaes ralure raluree I
chances chancesIt e anre
It I w ws was s warmer WAmer In the lb Atlantic Atanlc States Sla 5 and cooler coolerIn cler clertn
In all allhe the Central Cnlral States StatesIn Slle SlleIn StatesIn
In this city el there was wasrainin rain In n theearly lbo theear1mornln theear1mornlnfollowed erlmomlnr erlmomlnrfolowed morning morningfollowed
followed folowed by b fair and warmer waret wind Wnd fresh to brisk briskwest br briskwest
west to northwest ncrhwet averare humlrtlty bUmldlr 63 1 per pr cent centbarometercorrected etDtbammeler centbarometer
barometercorrected barometer coreted corrected to t read to t tea a level at8 at S AM AM70SPMM7Z All2703P A M M2L70
2703P 2L70 70SPMM7Z 70SPMM7ZThe 3 P M 272 272Te 2972 2972The
The Te temperature yesterday YMleday aa a recorded reored by the theofficial tbeomca theomcll
official thermometer Is shown In Ibo annexed annexedwble annued1MI annesedtable
omca table
im 1MI 19031 oi i 1M laM I II 1903 1903a
0 A U 41 < 48 5 PU 1 P M I III M 52 2 24
II I Mr S 4V 4 45 9PU 5 P M 47 47SPMM 49 49a 49a
SPMM a P1 PM 6 65 JlIII 11 Mid 47 49 49WASH 49wunlNDI 49wAntNaTmeeearrAWrreTcPAT
WASH wunlNDI wAntNaTmeeearrAWrreTcPAT wAntNaTmeeearrAWrreTcPATFor WOTOK ronrcAST rRrCAI roil r ro T PA f > n AKD ANDTYORROW TO MORROW MORROWFor
For 10 eflttem plm New Ntl 1or 1ork lotr 1a neHntldav Wtlucal trim Ill brlfk brlfkIMI brl brlI brisk briskwilt
wilt IMI I winds 111 Thursday TIIlav fair lal ana warmer Ir In weit per portion perigon 0 0n ¬
tion igonS n
tionFor S For New Kmland Ynllad fair and cooler tle Wednesday Wednesdaybrisk Vrdnrsdarbrisk e < nesday nesdaybrlsklo
brisk brlsklo to huh west ve veawifldS winds on the tbepost coast 5t Thursday Thursdayfair Tursdl Thursdayfair
fair and ad warmer warer In the he west portion portionTor p portionrot I10n I10nFor
For eastern ealem Pennsylvania Penayhlnla fair on Wednesday WednesdayThursday Wedlesar WcdnesdsyThurada
Thursday fair tar and ad warmer warme In the west Itsl portion prion with withfresh wlb wlbfrMb withfresh
fresh northwest norrl winds becoming bermlnr variable variableFor variableFor able ableFor
For western New York or snow lO flurries lutN on Wednes Wednesday WedDuda Wednesday ¬
da day except In the be southeast ou hO1 portion prIon Thursday Thursdayfair Tursay Tursayfair
fair and warmer warer with llb fresh t SI west we t winds Wld becoming becomlnrvariable brmtnr brmtnrvarable becomingvariable
variable variableFor varable varableIr variableFor
For Ir the lb District Dlnrel of o Columbia and Maryland Marylandfair Marld Marldflr
fair on Wednesday edneada and fd ThUMdny Tursll with Wlh fresh fN b north northwest noMhWlll noflbwelt
west Wlll winds becoming lemlnr variable varUlilcFor variableFor ratl
For Delaware and d New Jersey Jerse fair fAr on Wednes Wednesday Wedacaday te teday ¬
day with 11h fresh to brisk brk wot wea winds Ynda Thursday Thursdayfair Tursay TursayfaIr
fair fairTor For western utlrn Pennsylvania Jnshanil partly par cloudy rloud on onWednesday onWldneoay onWednesday
Wldneoay Wednesday Thursday Tursy fair tar and 1d warner wrer with fresh frnshwest frMhsl freshwest
west sl winds winds becomlnr mtnr variable variableT nrlabe
T T
I had b signalled sl 1ed for another diver Dobson Dobon
had hd been bn talking tklnst to him hm by twitches twithe of the thewell therope
rope saying Help cmig coming Hold on onwel onwell
well wel get you up Steady Bty Hoars Hoarsanswers HoarsanBwem Hoarsanswers
answers oomo ce book bok without any Impatience Impatienceand
and ad with perfect prfeot faith All Al right right Ill
hold out and ad now and then Try another aother
haul But the haul always hi vain
hul was WI a aways waya I vai
Connors Cnnerl and ad Hooch Koch their backs baks nearly
breaking br klng over the pump pup cranks refused refuAe to
leave le vo their places placesWewant placs placsWewlnt
Wewant to Bill said saidwhen saidwhen saidwhen
Wewlnt I tteo eo Bi come up they
when Mr Harness urged urge them to t go po away awayand awayand awayand
and get rent rlt and lot some Bme one else el take taketheir taketheir taketheir
their places placesDEMOTE place placesflEtICUE
DEMOTE REICUE DIVEIt DIVEI OLSENfl OLENS BTOItT BTOItTLet BTORLt STOflTLet
Let Lt Olson tell tl how ho found Bill Di Hoar HoarHe HoarHe HoarHe
He was Wi down dowl on the cement platform platformup platorm platormup
up up against agalnft the wall wal half leaning over the thopipo theplpo thepipe
pipe It I won ias 1 bo dark I couldnt make mukoout maknout makeout
out much but I took hold of him and putI put putBllIP puticy
I icy helmet up elo eloeo und I Rhouutw Ioy Hey
BllIP Bi Bill And then I shouted tholtod again aglln just jut that thutway thatway thatWay
way Hey He yuu you vou Bill BUl Blur I could hear that tht Bill Billmore 111 Dillwas
WM Ihoutn shouttn hck back though 1 couldlt couldnt no nomor nomore
more mor tell tl what ho was WW savin1 than ho could couldknow
tell < 1 what I wa was Aayln lut But I could 8 see ho
know who I was and ho put out his h hand handand handandsbook handand
and andsbook shook hands hd with vlh me I knew then
ho was WI glad gla to t see 8 me understand undcntund Hu Hudown Huput Hoput
put my hand down to hl his left leg ad and It WM WMBuokedown wassuckeci
Buokedown suckeci down Into tho middle of a lot of Band fnd
bags bag Ho made motions to show he had
kicked kicke it In mo kickln moton a a wind bag Into place placeand placeand placeand
and tryln trln to keep kop back out of tho suck
But tho tlo suck had hd caught him and WM
holding holdin him I got him around arund the stomach stomachand stomlch stomlchaud stomachand
and pulled pule and he braced brced his hi leg against ngalnstthat ngolnsttht againstthat
that tht damn hall hal and wo both shoved rhowd for forall roral forall
all al we knew how But It wasnt no 10 go
Then I took my knife and slashed Into
the sand 6nd bogs bagl Thinkln Thlnklnunderstndthat understand that
letting lettng the sand out of them would wOlld loose
his foot tot But it wasnt the bags hgR It was 1 the tlmsuck thf thesuck
suck and an the more they the was waslooe loosed the more
his up foot footwant wont in So I quit that that and came cameup cme cmeup cameup
A PLAN OP RESCUE FAILS FAILHIt FAlL FAILSIt
It was wa for but a llttlo Itto time that Bill Bi Olsen Olsenstayed Olen Olsonstayed
stayed 8hleon on the te surface His HIl report u I us to tothe tothe tothe
the lay In of things at the bottom hotom gave Mr
Harness UarnEs a planut plan II once Ho sent nt for a block blockand blocltand blockand
and tackle To Tothis thin thl he tied tie a L great gret bundle bundleof
of Bund 6nd bags He ran rn a rope through throughthe
the block and sent Snt the thl bundle blndle rOlO of bags hgB throe
hundred hundre feet fPt out Into the darn on ona a boat boatand bot botand boatand
and sunk lunk thorn thfm Then tho men on al the rnft rnfttook rr refttook
took ono on end of I the ho rope ropf and Bill Bi Olsen 0111 took tookthe tookthe tooktlte
the other down dOWI antI tied tlfd It about Bill Bi Hoars Hoarswaist Hoarswolat Hoarscra1t
waist It I was hoped that when tho men menabove mnaboe menabove
above pulled pule their I hopd hel strength would draw drawHoar dew drawHoar
Hoar away from from the pipe plp toward tho middle middleof I
of the reservoir rcsroir and BO 10 free him But Blt in instead InSlead instead ¬
stead the cement bags dragged in toward towardthe towad towadthe towardthe
the imprisoned man manHe manHa
Ho was WOI more firmly frmly fastened fastne than the theanchor theanohor theanchor
anchor anchorTho anohorTho anchorliie
Tho anvil In1 from the blacksmiths hlacklmlth shop
the biggest and heaviest heaICt thing that the
boats bata could float foat was a then tied tN to the sand snd
bags bal which were wer carried crrll out and sunk sunkagain sunkogaln sunkagain
again Bill Bi Olson OIAn went down again
Every Eer time tmo I wont wpnt down d 01 said fald he after afterwards arterwar afterwards ¬
wards war Bill Bi shook Rhok me Iby thol hand hond much muchas
as to say s I know youre doin your best bestFVILUBE bst bstI bestFAILUBE
I FVILUBE FVILUBEBut IULUlE IULUlEI FAILUBEBut
I But again ajoin tho anchor gave way wa Hoar Hoarstill HOr HOrIltl Hoarstill
still clung clun It t was now Iav long past mid midnight midnight midnight ¬
Iltl night Hoar had been bn down over nine ninehours ninoI ninahours
I hours hour longer lonler than thn most men believed believeda belee
I a man could culd live 10 at that depth The straIn Htin HtinI
I inf inK in at thu ropes ropls must mlst have racked him himpitifully himpitrul himpitifuily
pitifully pitrul JDIson Olson found him lying on his hiswhich hishck hisback
hck back un the cment cement plntor platform and his grip gripS gripvns
vns S not I ale strong as It had ben been Olsen OlntrlK Olsentried
trlK tried with a oo crow b tan to prv the great hal ball ballwhich
which weighed weighe 1320 132 pounds pound one wide It Itwris I Itwas
was a great risk for Olsen Olfn to take for it itput itput 1
put him In the danger of being bing caught Ought Just Justas Justas justas
as Hoar had been n Hut he did It Tho ho I Il
ball l moved move a 1 little ltle swung and caught cauchtOlsens caulht I IOHen IOlsens
Olsens OHen hand had and crushed crBhfd It I Hn HI pulled uld J
himself out of the suction sucton and lay la down
for a moment momtnt by b Bill Di Hoar almost In Insensible InslHlble inSelII4lble
sensible sensibleWhfn slHlble SelII4lbleWhen
When he came CI up again Dr Taylor who whostayed whostayed whostayedout
stayed stayedout out on tho UJ now dn all 11 night TayIor to bo hI ready Iad Iadfor rsad rsadfor
for the first tlt opportunity to succor Hoar Hoartold Hoartld Hoartold
told tld Olsen that he must not go down rnml again
Bill Bil Olson OIBn half hal shut fhlt his bloodshot blnhot eves evesput evpRput eyes eyesput
put his hi mangled mlngled hand hnd behind bhind him and andgrowled andgrowled nd ndgrowled
growled growledIm growledImgolll
1ni Im Imgolll goln dowimn dow down an get my pal Bill BillTTORBER DU BillTIOBSES
TTORBER tTSKD tTSKDHe VRKDHo tuntaHe
He signalled 6igale for his hl < helmet helnt and went
down dow igain and od again aai At about I it oclock oclockthis ocock ocockthis ocloclcthis lnt I
this morning moring 800 0 feet of inch nnd a halt hnlfrop haltrope I Irope
rop rope wero Wfro laid out from tho nearest larllt show showto
to t the float fot and ad a 1 tam of four fOlr horses honI8 was wasattached WO wasattached I
attached atShcd to it Olsen O a took tok down the thl end endof endnf endor
of the rope and tied te it to a bight about Bill
Hoar who was still sti ublo to move mo und Iml Bi to loehakn toshake
shako his hil hand The horses hor were started startedThe startedThe ren renThe I
The rope broke brokr Then Thcl and there In the thohearts thlhoatl thehearts
hoatl hearts rop of the engine engineers ended lndlr nil al real hop hopoof hopof
of ever getting llng Bill Bl Hoar out alive al Olson Olsoncame OL Olaencane cn cncame
came up tp half har delirious deldoll and Ind quite qulo unable unabloto unablto
to do anything more Ho 10 was carried atle1 off offto oi offto
to the cottage co age of Foreman FormRn Connolly Connoly and put putto plt pltto pIttto
to bed hed Ho e wa WM able to get et up UI at fl oclock oclockand oclockad oclockandwenttohishom
and ad andwenttohishom wont tohis thl home in BrooklynloM rooltl night nightHo nightHo nightHe
Ho believes bevf1 Bill Bi Hoar lolr Is dead and that all allhas 11 allhas
has been ben done that can ca be hl done doneI
I wouldnt ask ak Bill Bi to do any more for forme forme forme
me he says faye simply llply enough enoughONE enoughONE enoughONE
ONE MOBH MORr MOi ATTEMPT ATTEMPTBut ATEtIT ATEtITBut ATTEMPTBut
But on an early enrl train tain came John Myers MyersBUI MyersBill Iyer IyerBi
Bill Bi Hoars Hors closest clORt friend and Id companion companionfor compnion compnionfor
for fifteen ffen years yearl Fresh and full ful of hope hopehe hop hopehe
he was Wi pure fre ho could get Hour Hor up Ho went wentdown vntdown Inl Inldow
down dow at 10 t oclock ocok He found Uf that tht Hoar Hoarhad Hoarh Hoarhad
had h managed manago to pull pul himself himsl up lp to the side sideof 8idnor sideof
of the ball bl and wan W8 resting rCltng against Illnlt it He Hedoes HedoR Hedoes
does doR not believe bleve Hoar Hor recognized reognir him himI
I know kow well wel enough he said that tht he hecouldnt hecoulIt hecouldnt
couldnt coulIt hear hearme me Butting him KOI tI caught cauchti cllrht cllrhtmyslt caughtmyself
myslt myself i fylng saying tnliit Bill l nnii BII Bill Si Say get 1 a moel moelWel move moveWell
Wel Well got you up upi He mof moved one arm am a alittle aItle alittle
little Itle I straightened Rtrahzhtfne him out Olt and pulled pulledand pule pulledand
and hauled haulfI But it was M no use I iback went wentbock wet
bock bak up
Hoaj 10 had not signalled 81gale the surface much muchwhile muchwhie muchwhile
while whie the other otherdivers divera divel were working worknp lurac After AfterMyersa Arer ArerMyer8s After4yer8
Myersa report Bundick himself himslt who had hadcome hadcme hadcome
come cme out out reprt with wih Myers went down aO1 Ho Hocame HI liecanto
came cme up thoroughly discouraged disurge and with witha ih iha
a feeling relng almcbt almCt of certainty certity that tht Honr Honrwaa HonrWM Hoarwas
was doomed domed if i not dead deld already But at
1 oclock the thl faithful faihul Dobeon Dobon areay who had hadstaved hadstvo hadstaved
staved out all al through the night wizened wizenedur wizne
ur up stvo > little ltto old man that tht he Is l tried tre the signal signalHold signal1lold
te sigal sigalHold
Hold on a Iltl IltlHf little littleHo littleHe
Ho Hf did It rather rther from force ror of habit habitnever habitnever habitnever
never expecting expetng a reply r < ply again aFaln To his hissurprise hil hissurprise
surprise 8urrls came cme three thre sharp Ihl tugs tugsHaul tugl tugsHaul
Haul away awayFollowing awayl awaylJolowng awaytFollowing
Following Jolowng these thee came cme the quivers quhcr which whichmeant whlohmeant whichmeant
meant to Dobson DobsonSend Dbsn DbsnSend DobsonSend
Send a man down downDobson dow downDobeon
Dobson Dbon told tld Myers lyer and ad Myers lyer8 snatched snatchedup snathe
up a diving suit and ad Jut put pumpers pumper to work workand workand workand
and hurried hure down He came cme up half an anhour anhour anhour
hour later utterly ut rly disconsolate dlnslte He was wassure WI wassure
sure ure Charley Chrley Dobson Dobsn was Wi wrong wong He Heknew Heknew Heknew
knew It He had ha found Bill Bi Hoar stretched Btretehedout Itrethe stretchedo4t
out with his left leg still sti pinioned plnlonl utterly uterly
limp lmp and lifeless ICel He was wa sorry Irr ho said saidthat Midtht saidthat
that tht he had ever gone gon down it would hurt hurthim hur hurthim
him the rest of his hi life lifesending le leExcpt lifeExcept
Excpt Except for the working of the pump pumpssanding
sending air Into Bill Bi Hoars Hors helmet nothln nothlnmore nothing nothingmor nothingmore
more mor Juts hal boon bn done Connors Cnnor and ad Keectl Keectltook Keh Kehtook Keechtook
took a little lte rest ret this afternoon afemon while whie others othersran othe othern othersran
ran rn the Ile pumps pumpl but bt nt dark they II < y were wer back backagain hck hckagoln backagain
again Bundlck Buniick went to New York for formore rormor formorn
more mor divers diver and ad mom apparatus appratuR and a ahydraulic ahydrulo ahydraulio
hydraulic hydrulo jack He cannot Cnnot possibly J 08flbly get getbck getback
back bck and get gt to work before beror daylight dRlght It ItBeems ItBm Itscorns
scorns Bm to t be I all al over with Bill Bi Hoar HoarIf Hor HorI
If I this last JRt effort etort of Mr fr Bundlcks fails failsIt raii failsit
It is II understood undptto to bo II the plan pii of the en engineers onflet enLneers ¬
gineers Lneers to try tr to remove rmoo the broken valve valvoin vahothe
flet in the middle of tlm tIm dam altogether alotether and andthen audthen aridthen
then to haul away the t hal bail > all at tho inlet and andlet andlet antIlet
let tho water sweep KWfep Hoars body through throughrecovered Ihroughtle throughthe
the pipe Into the cfulel channelwhera whor It mn ho horever horecovered
tle pip
recovered for burial burialThere burlfJ buriullhere
rever There is yet et another plan under die diocitMslon dil diecuiasloa
citMslon lflon It is to stop Atp up tho fourfoot fourfootpipe rourrootpip fourfootnine
pipe at tIm outlet outet and thus thul to release releo tho thothan theball
pip
011 ball and Hoar Tnl Thiais easier aer to talk about aboutthn aboutthan
than thn to do Tho effort Itor was wnl inado when whentho whentho whenthe
tho valve first frt got out of order ornr Klghteen Klghteencarloads highteencarloads Ighlen Ighlencarloas
carloads carloas of sandbags were wer dumped dump over overthe overthe overthe
the outlet outot and bound about aholt with planksand plankl planks planksthem
and Iron ropel ropes The water Mlhc rushed thrugh thrughthom throtigh throtighthem
them on through a sieve I
William Wiim Hoar boarded boarE in this Ihl city with withMrs wIt withMrs I
Mrs Mr Mary Mar Ackerman Ackera at 1800 180 Third Thir avenue ovenueHo avenueHo
Ho was Wi about 40 years year old and ad la 1 described describedas decIbe
as a of very ver powerful powerul build buid Ho had ha two twosisters toAister twosisters
Aister sisters one of whom Is I married marll and ad lives livesat 1 livesat
at Astoria A tora Her lr husband hU ad In a diver In Die Dieemploy Ile Ileemplo tueemploy
employ of the to Dock Dok Department Dpattnt in which whichHoar whlcbHoar whichHoar
Hoar WOK Wl employed efplo1 seven lven yearn YO ago Ills Illsother Hi Hisother
other sister 6lttr Is a dressmaker drlmaker None of his hisfriends hL hLrrlendl hisfriends
oter friends rrlendl knew knlw last IRt night where wher alto 811 lived livedWilliam le livedWilliam
William Wllom Olsen Ofn who risked rikl hU hi life le and andwas ad adwa andwas
was wa Injured Ijur in the effort ptOr ffor to nave Hoar In Inone I Isone
one of the tI8 divers dler who wen wEnt went to Santiago Santiagoin Satlgo SatlgoIn
in 1898 188 to t help Constructor Hobson 10bBn try Ir to toraise t toraise
raise ri the teCrltohal Crintobal Colon and tho Rein ReinCristlna RiA RiACrlstlo BeinCristina
Cristlna Crlstlo He I Is known as ono an of tho tobNt tobNtad thobest thobestand beat beatand
and ad bravest brvtt men in the tht business businC
JAP FORCE OF O WIPED IPED OUT OUTj QU1 QU1Oontinuer OOTOonilnuedftom
j Continued Oontinuer Oonilnuedftom from First Fir t Page Pageattitude Pare Pareatttde Pageattitude
attitude atttde of the Coreana Corl and ad Chinese Ce aa 1 well wella wellsit
a 8 sit upon her own ow troops trpa considers oonsldorlt It of vital vitalj vItl vItlImpornc vitalImportance
j Importance Impornc to towln win the first frt fight fightTho fgb fgb1ho fightThe
The Russians handicapped handicappedby
RISlans are ar greatly graty hndicappe
by the difficulty difculty of tf concentrating conontraUng their theirtroops teir teirtroops theirtroops
troops off otte the line lie of railway riway Considering Consideringthe ConsIderng ConsIderngthe
the condition coditon of the te roads rd the te Japanese Japaneseadvance JapaeB Japaneseadvance
advance advanc has b been be rapid rapidItusflla mpldRUla rapidRussIa
RussIa RUla having hving lost lot the opportunity of ofopposing ofoppoig ofopposing
opposing oppoig the Japanese Japao in northern norern Coroa Coroaopinion Car C roa roaopinion
opinion opiion here her la I divided divide aa a to t whether the theRussians the1lllaA theRussians
Russians 1lllaA can cn mako an a effective eletvo stand 8td on the theYolu to toYau theYalu
Yolu or whether a more mor decisive deisive action actionwill acton actonwl actionwill
will wl occur our at the border borer passes pl near Feng Fengwong Fengwag FengWang
wong wag
wagIXPECTED
EXPECTED X1GIIT llIIT ATTACK ATTACKAdmiral ATTAOKAdmiral ATTACKAdmiral
Admiral MakarofT Iaaot Awaited AWIUed the Japanese JapaneseIn JpnO
In One of the th Guard GurDoal Boats DoatiSpecial Boats8pcteI i iSpnQICabe
Special SpnQICabe Cable Dupalcti Duplc to Tire SUN SDHST StarST I
ST PETEBSBDRO PETRSBURG April Apri 12 12A A despatch despatchfrom dOpath dOpathfrom despatchfrom
from Port Arthur Arhur Bays eys that tht the telegraph telegraphservice tleph tlephsrvc telegraphservice
service srvc has been bn interrupted Interpte by torrential torrentialrains trontn torrentialrains
rains rins A general generl attack nttok upon Port Por Arthur Arthurwas ArthurWIS ArthurWas
was WIS expected on Easter Etr night nght and l d Admiral AdmiralMakarotT Adrl AdrlMakarof AdmiralMakaroff
MakarotT Makarof spent the night in a guard gr boat boatDuring bt boatDuring
During tho usual Easter ter night nght services srvc the thechurch theohuh thechurch
church ohuh windows windowBwer were covered cver to prevent preventthe preventthe preventthe
the light Ight from being bing seen sn by b the t e enemy enemyThe enemyTe enemyThe
The Te entire entre fleet fet has h just jut returned returne from a acruise acee acruise
cruise far out to
cee ot sea seaIt aMI seaIt
It I la I stated 8tte that tht the te Governmentwill Goveront Government wl Will re reImpose r yeImpose
Impose tmp the te corn cm registration rgtrton duty dutyJA dutyTAPS dutyblIS
JA TAPS PS NOT ACROSS THE TRE YALU YALUGen YALUGen YALrJCen
Gen Itioc ln Denies Reports Reprs of Sktrmlihn ofSkirmihesin SktrmlihnIn SklmllhN SklmllhNIn
In Manctiurla ManctiurlaSpecial lUUoula lUUoulaipna MancTinriaIpecfai
Special ipna Cable DeipalchtoTnK Dup cI TnB SON SvsPATIIB S15 S15PAnB SONPAnTS
PAnTS PAnB April Apri 12 12The The St Petersburg Petcrburg cor correspondent correspondent or orrpondent ¬
respondent rpondent of the Echo Ech de Paris Para telegph telegraphs telegraphsthat
that the first four of tho Russian
frt corps carp tho RUlan Army Armyare Any Anyare
are established establlhe in I Manchuria Maohula The fifth ffh Is Ison Ison Ison
on the march thither thltherandthetenth and the thelenth tenth and sev seventeenth fV fVententh ccventeonth ¬
enteenth ententh will wi be mobilized mobii by the middle of oftho ortho ofthe
tho month monthTho monthThe monthThe
The correspondent correpudent says sy that Gen Pfug PfugYlceroy PflugViceroy Pflug PflugViceroy
Viceroy Alexleffa Alexlofs chief of staff st at Mukden Mukdendenies Mukdendenies Iukdendeies
denies deies the report reprt that the Japanese Japes have havecrossed havecro havecrossed
crossed cro s the Yalu and skirmished Iklmllshewlth with the thoRussians theRUla theRussians
Russians RussiansCURTAINOF RUla RUlaCURTAIN RussiansCURTAINOF
CURTAINOF CURTAIN OF FIRE IRE TO STOP JAPS JAPSTale TAP TAPTale JAPSTale
Tale or a Russian Invention Infnton That at Will 11U Make Makethe ftlakethe Makethe
the Yalu Impassable ImpassableSpecial Impable Impablela Impassable5pecIa2
Special la Cable Detpalch to TUB TB StN StNLONDON SUI SUyLoNDoN
LONDON April Aprl 13 1A 12A A news neW agency de despatch de despatch ¬
spatch plch from rrm St Petersburg Pctrsburg says sys that the themilitary themitr themilitary
military mitr administration admlnitrtion recently renty despatched despatchedto despathe
to tho troops on the Yalu River Rver appliances appliancesand applince
and material which hlch will wi enable them to toobstruct toob8trct toobstruct
obstruct ob8trct by b fire fr a 1 Japanese Japnese attempt atempt to tocross tocr0S tocross
cross cr0S tho river rler The Theprs process IB i a military militarysecret mitr militarysecret
secret sret that tht has been ben acquired by the Gov Government Goverment Goyerament ¬
ernment erment from its It inventor who Is II a Colonel Colonelof
of Engineers EngineersTho Enginer
The first frt test tet which hloh cost HOOOO 400 rubles rubleowaa rblO rubleswas
was wa carriedout carie carried out years ago during dung the themanoeuvres thema themanoalsits
manoeuvres ma l at TsarskoeSelo T8kolo In the presence presenceof plene
of the imperial Imprl family famiy Sappers Sppr threw threwacross thrw thrwacrO threwacross
across acrO a river a pontoon bridge Then a asmall asml asmall
small sml oily olr patch pach appeared appare in the middle middleof
of the stream strm close clO to the te bridge This Thisgradually ThI Thisgradually
gradually gadlaly grew gw larger lager and ad at a the end of ofthree orth ofthree
three th minutes minute it was 200 20 yards y In length lengthFlamea lengh lenghFllne lengthFlames
Flames Fllne then then burst burt out and soon In attained attainedan attined attinedan
an Immense Imense height constituting contitutng a formid formidable rormd rormdable formiciable ¬
able curtain cutn which completely cmpletely hid the thebridge thebridg thebridge
bridge bridg The flames fme rapidly reached rahe the theheight theheight theheight
height of a seven 1n story stor building buidi throwing throwingout thong thongouI
out ouI such intense Itn beat hct that the to onlookers onlookersnear onloker
near the shore were erubIAtrh erubIAtrhEnm unable to remain remainEven remaInEven
Even the Emperor Eprr and ad his hi suite at ate a dls dlstnnce di distance
tnnce of half a kilometre kiometr were wer Incommoded Incommodedby icmmoP
by l the heat heatAfter hatAflor heatAfter
After working for eight minutes miutls the thnapparatus theappartus theapparatus
apparatus appartus was 1 stopped ttopp Tho flames fame died diedout die diedout
out in two minutes mlnut4 and ad it was then seen seenthat f seenthat n nthat
that the to bridge Imctbwti had hln been completely cmplelel de destroyed dC dCItrYN destroyed ¬
stroyed ItrYN The apparatus appartul whioh was in invisible Invllbll invisible ¬
visible vllbll to tho spectators lpctlor was a ten tn kilo kilometres kio kiometn kilometres ¬
metres metn from rrm Ole river to which hlch It trans transmitted tranmitf transmitted ¬
mitted mitf a liquid lquid prepared prpar by a secret tecrtprc secretprocess secretprocessthrotigh procew procewthrough
through tubes tlhpl burled hurlo in the thp earth earh If I tho thoKiiroinnp thoHula theHiussinn
Kiiroinnp Hula succeed in the tll
ucC establishing stablihing ap apparatus RPPlrtlR apparatne ¬
paratus PlrtlR and ad tubes thcl on the banks of tho thoYnlu Ihonil thoTaut
Taut nil a crossing crlln will wl bo absolutely abolltely im impossible 1mpOfslhle Impossible ¬
possible pOfslhle PO long lon an they thlY are working workingESFIEGLE 1orklngfSPlOU workingESPI16LE
ESFIEGLE fSPlOU LEAVES I A1ES EWCnWAO NEJrCHWAXGBritish EWCnWAOnrltlMi EJCnJAG EJCnJAGnrlbh
nrlbh British Gunboats unboRt Departure Dfprof las flea HnsMan RosIan fleaelan
Man Ian Now No In Full Fnl Control ControlSpecial Controlcpeciat ntrnl ntrnlptcll
Special < ptcll Cable Cale Deipottli nUp lch la II THE TnI TnzNEWCI1WANO SCN SCNNEWCBWANO SL SLEwcnwANo
NEWCBWANO EwcnwANo April Aprl 12 iZ1he The British Brtlh gun gunboat g gunboat ¬
boat bat Espiegle Epl Esd glt ge sailed sie from rrm hero today todaymuch tday tdaymuch todaymuch
much to the relief rle of the Russians RUI ans who whoare whoare whoare
are thus thuf enabled to apply applymrtallwruly applymrtallwrulyThe applymartial martial lawfully lawfullyThe lawfullyThe
The civil clvllmlnl administrator trtr paid pid a farewell farewel visit visitto vllit vllitt visitto
to t the to commander cmmnder of the Eapegle ep p gle Prior PriorU Priort
U t t > the departure deprturo of the thewarhip thewarshlp warship an al arrange arrangement arange arangemlt arrangenient ¬
ment mlt was M made me Insuring Inlurll tho care cre of British Britishinterests Britishinterelt Britishinterests
interests interelt during durng the war and the eventual eventualrestoration entUI entUIrCloroton eventualrestoration
restoration rCloroton of treaty trety rights rightsiho rih rightsihe ts tsho
iho ho last lt merchant merhnt vessel v8el left lef today
The Th agents aget have b b been en notified notfe by the te com companies om ompnle cornpanics ¬
panics here pnle that tht no more mOTf vessels cRII are coming cming
RUSSIAN RUfUAN DEAD ON CHINA CHI 4
Want 1anl Japanese apnese Offlceri Omlrs In the thf Imperial ImperialService Impeial ImpeialSrnhl ImperialScribe
Service Srnhl Dismissed DUmluedSpecial Dlmlnk DismissedSpedai
Special SpdG Cable Cab Dutntclt D tc to I Tint Ti SUN SUNST SI SewST
ST PKTERBBTJBO PTtRSRUJ April Aprl 12 12Ru 12Russia Russia la la labringing l Isbringing
bringing brnging pressure prr to bear bar on China Ch to t die dismiss dl diemiss ¬
miss mil the Japanese officers omcer in the Imperil Imperiaservice Impr Imperilservice
service Ierlce considering considerng that tht their thei continuance continuancein
in office la l i a direct dirt menace mene to Russia Rul The TheRussian Te TeRuaLn TheRussian
Russian RuaLn Minister Mlniltr emphasizes emphai particularly particularlythe pariclly paricllytho
the dominant omlnnt Influence Inuenca those thos employed employedwith employe employedwith
with wit Geu Mas army a on the frontier rrnte are arelikely ar arelikely
likely lkely to obtain obtnn leading leaing possibly to t a a pro proJapanese pr proJapanese
Japanese Japanes diversion in the rear rer of Gen GenKouropatklns GenKouropaklns GenKouropatkins
Kouropatklns Kouropaklns position on the Mukden MukdenHallway Muden MudenRiway MukdenRaIlway
Hallway HallwayIt Riway RiwayIt
It Is I Intimated Inimt that tht Chinas Chins noncom noncompliancewith nonmplac nonoempliance ¬
pliancewith plac pliance with the Russian RUln demand will wl be betreated betrae betreated
treated trae as a breach brnh of neutrality neutrity It is isstated l isstated
stated st that Gen Gn Kouropatkln Kouopatkln la I conse consequently 001 oonaequently ¬
quently frontier quentlyfrontier guenty frnter posting potng 20000 20 men In along the thefrnter thefrontier
RuMlaB Bids ld for Ship ShipJSpiclnl If h1ps h1psvpscfsb
JSpiclnl lIIG caW DespairS Dupc to Tux Ts See SenBERUK SI SeeBEBUN
BERUK BERLN April Aprl U 1The 13The The WetlpWian Welphlin Ga Gazette Gozer Gaache ¬
ache zer asserts Ir that In spite plt of all al denials denialsrepresentatives denIalsrpresnttves denialsrepresentatIves
representatives rpresnttves of Gorman Ger shipping Inns fnns fnnsare firmsare Innsare
are in St Petersburg Petbug negotiating negotatig the sale of ofships of8hlp ofships
se
ships 8hlp for transport trlspor purposes purss The ships shipsare shipsare
are lying at Antwerp and In English Englsh and andAmerican ad andAmerican I
lyng
American Aericon ports port A French Frnch agent agclt Is also alsonegotiating alsonegotatng alsonegotiating
negotiating negotatng with Argentina ArgfnUnaror for the pur purchase purchase ¬ I Ichl
chase chl of warship warhip on behlf behalf of Russia RussiaTen Rualo RualoTtn RussiaTen
Ten Ttn More Ships Shpi for fer Admiral Admial Togo TOKOSpecial TosospnG TogoS
S Special spnG Cablf Cah Deipalclt nuplch to Tits T TitsRoME Sex SexROME S
ROME April Aprl 12 12A 2Atelegr A telegram from t m Toklo Toklosays Toko Tokolys TokJosays
says lys that tat the te Minister Mlniter of Marino Man has h ar arranged a arranged ¬
ranged range to t have ten more mor warships wlrhlps placed placedat plc
at the disposal disposalof of Admiral Togo
Tammany Tmmany inns i In Queens QnecniTho Queen QueensThe
The Democrats Dcmoratof of the First lrBt and ad Second SecondAssembly Sond Sond8embly SecondAssembly
Assembly 8embly districts dlslrlct In Queens Quons last It night nightchoso nlgbt nightclioso
choso chos delegates dllgotM to t the State convention conventionTho conventon conventonThe conventionThe
The delegates delegatl will wi all alactWth actwith Charles Ch rlF rlFMurhy F FMurphy FMurphy
Murphy Murhy and ad Tammany Tay Hall Ha The dele delegates delegats delegates ¬
gats gates from the thl First Frlt district district are aB President PresidentA Pet PetJOlph PreskjentJoseph
JOlph Joseph Cl Cassidv Grgo A AGreggand Grglad Luke
A Kennon Kenna Those thos from tho Keoond S ond district districtare distict disticta
are a Patrick J Mara William Wllam J McMahon McMahonHearst McMahonad McMahonand
ad and GorgA George H Cr CrICtt Creel Creelhearst
Hearst ICtt Likely Llkrl to Ix LlA Lois r > Nevada NevadaSAMP NId NIdSAL NeuesdaSATJr
SAMP SAL LAKE Utah April Apri 12 12Gov Gov John JohnSparks JohnSprk JohnSparks
Sparks Sprk of Nevada Nevaa said today that tt Hearst Hearstwas Hrlt Hrltwa Hedratwas
was wa likely lkely to lose 10 the Nevada NtwadadelCgton NtwadadelCgtont delegation delegationto
to t the Democratic Dooato national ntionl convention In Initrong Inspite
spit spite or the fact tht that Noa Nevada cnventon l is sU sufi sufistrong i a atrong
strong silver State Stte mud ad is devoted detot toBryan toBr toByanje
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J GERMANYS BUANS DESIRE FOR PEACE PEACEChinoellor PEAOECanoflor PEACEChanoelior
Chinoellor Canoflor Von on Buelow Dlsenue DIrn War Warand Warant Warand
and ant AntloFrench mIFench Treaty TreatySpecial Toh Tohspc TreatyspectaJ
Special spc Cable Clbu Dtipalcttta Dupatc Tni SUN SUNEsnuN SUND1LN SuyRantiN
EsnuN D1LN April Aprl 12 12I 12In In the Reichstag Relchtag to today today today ¬
day Chancellor Chaclor von Buolow deprecated deprecatedthe depreat
the he Idea that the AngloFrench
Ide AngloFrnoh treaty treatyaimed trt trtalnle treatyaimed
aimed alnle at any Individual Individul power He le said saidthere sald saldthor saidthere
there thor was WB certainly no complaint complait against againsttho againstto againstthe
the to treaty traty from Germanys Germays point of view viewHo vew vewHo viewIto
Ho added ade that tht Germany Germay did not wish wlfh to toseb t to6e
seb a 6e tho relations r ltlons between botwon Franco and ad Great GreatBritain GreatBritin GreatBritaIn
Britain Britin strained strane Inasmuch an I such a Roondl Roondlt condi condition oortdltl ¬
t tl tion n would Imperil Impril tho peace pe of the world worldwhich worldwhich worldwhich
which Germany Gcrny earnestly eresty desired deire to have havemaintained bmemlntlc havemaintained
maintained mlntlc It I was Wi essentially eentll Germanys GermanysInterest GermanysIntrest GermanysInterest
Interest to have and order
Intrest peace pao ad preserved preservedIn preser1
In Morocco Moroo where wher Germanys Germaya commertlal commertlalInterests commt commert 11 11Itere hi hiInterests
Interests Itere ta were not threatened threatene by hyany any Power PowerIn
In reference to t tho war war the Chancellor Chancellordeclared Cnnctlor Cnnctlordelrr Chancellordeclared
declared delrr that tht Germany hind ha been hon doing doinr her herutmost herutost herutmost
utmost utost since Its It outbreak to prevent it from fromdeveloping fromdevelopig fromdeveloping
developing developig Into Int a universal universl conflict cnllct It Itwas ItW55
was W In the belief butr that she was best bst serving servingtho srlong srlongto
the to interests Iterts of general generl peace pe that tt Germany Geray
had h dono everything everthig possible D8lble to t insure the theneutrality theneutraly theneutrality
neutrality neutraly of China She did not In any anyway anyway anyway
way desire delro to t obtain a pleco pleo of that country cuntry
herself herselftlVBAN bersel berselJBAV herselfJVIIAV
tlVBAN JBAV DEADLOCK CONTINUES CONTINUESHouse CONTIUEf CONTIUEf10me CONTINUEShouse
House 10me Still stn Lack Lalks LacksEightor Klittit I ht of a Quorum Cluorm < to toDo toDo toDo
Do Business Dtulnetsapiclal nlilness nlilnessptl Businesspscia2
apiclal ptl Cable Despatch to Tar TUI SUN SenHAVANA SUNHVANA SUNLVAN
HAVANA HVANA April Aprl 12 1To 12Tho Tho House of Repre Representatives Rapreeettve Reprosentatlves ¬
sentatives eettve makes make daily daly attempts attlpt to meet meetbut met metbut meetbut
but the te disgruntled digrnte members member do not ap appear appear ¬
pear paT and ad the tle House still sti lacks eight of ofhaving orbavlg ofhaving
having bavlg a 1 quorum quorm The Te Liberals Llberl Insist isit that thattho tat thatthe
tho House Houl should decide the question of ofthe attle ofthe
queton
the tle election eleton of Its Is members memben without witout regard regardto rgar I Ito
to to whether or not the provincial prlcll boards boards of ofcanvassers otcan ofcanvassers
canvassers can em have certified crtfe the tle elections electionsTha electon8 electon8a electionsThe
The a Republicans Rpublcns hold that tat the HOUBO can cannot ca cannot ¬
not decide deide anything aytig beyond the legality legalityof legalty legaltyor
of the te election tlecton of those thole whom the boards boardshave boardshale boardsliars
have declared deolar elected electedSeflor elect electedSefior
Seflor Setor Fidel Fld l Picrra Plera argues that the Cuban CubanConstitution Cba CubanConstitution
Constitution C nsttuton la I based bae on on that Unt of the United UnitedStates Unite UnitedStates
States Stt and ad quotes quate American Amcrlan authors author to toprove topre toprove
prove pre that tat the te American Aerlcnn House Houl of Repre Representatives Rpre RpresentaUes Representatives ¬
sentatives acts actl as a a judicial body boy in dis disputed dl disp12ted ¬
puted pUt elections eletons the te boards boars of canvassers canvassersbeing cnvlAer canvassersbeing
being merely merly executive bodies boie to t count c nt the thevotes te tevot thevotes
votes vot They ThCy do not decide as 0 to the te valid validityofelections validityofelectlons ald aldItyor
ityofelections Ityor electonl Tho Cuban Cban House should shouldtherefore shouldtlerrom ehouldtherefore
therefore tlerrom follow rolow the lead of the American AmericanHouse Aoric AmericanRouse
House and ad decide deide which candidates cadldate8 have havebeen haveben haveboon
been ben elected electedHEIX electe electedHEINZ
HEINZ 1 EIZ FORCES ORCI S ROUTED ROUTEDCarter ROUTEDCarrr ROUTEDCarter
Carter Carrr Faction Futen Triumphs Trlu phs In Montana lont8n State StateConvention StateCOItnt fftsteConvention
Convention ConventionHELENA COItnt ConventionHELENA 101 101HRLENA
HELENA HRLENA Mon April Apri 12 12Delegatef 12Delegates Delegates to tothe totho tothe
the Chicago Chicgo Republican Rpublcan national natonll conven convention corlen corlentlon conventiori ¬
tion were selected aleted hero h re today as follows followsCongressman Colowa ColowaCongresman followsCongressman
Congressman Congresman Joseph Jotph M Dixon Dxon exSenator exSenatorLeo exSnatr exSnatrL oxSenatorLee
Leo L Mantle Iato James Jlmef W Freeman Fremal exSenator exSenatorThomas exSnotr exSnotrThOm oxSenatorThomas
Thomas ThOm H Carter Conrad Cnrad Kohrs Kohr John JohnS JohnS
S Edwards EWaR All Al Al ore ae members member of the Carter Carteras Cater Caterdistinguished
as distinguished from the Heinz ring ringCarter rlngCater ringCarter
Carter Cater was selected sleted as a delegate delegat to t the theChicago theCloago theChicago
Chicago Cloago national natonal convention cOlventlon by y acclama acclamation acclamaton acolamatlon ¬
tion ton and the enthusiasm enthuslBm that greeted gretd Ills Illsname 1118name hisname
name was wa second ond only to that accorded accordedto
to tho the name of President Preident Roosevelt RooseveltTho ROOvolt ROOvolth RooseveltTh
Tho Th h platform platfor heartily heartiy indorses IndorB the ad adminiHtration a administration
ministration mlniltraton of President Roosevelt Rvel and ad the thedelegates thedelegatA thedelegates
delegates delegatA are Instructed Istcted to t vote for his hisrenominotion hlBreominBton hisrenomination
renominotion renominotionJERSEY reominBton reominBtonERSEY renominationERSEY
ERSEY ELECTIONS ELECTIONSVarying ELECTI ELECTIVallne ELECTIONSVarying
Vallne Varying Fortunes of Cltl7 Cltlns Citizens n Ticket Tckes In InUndson inhudson I IHudson
Hudson and nd Eucx Counties CountiesKPWABK Counties4EWABE nntr nntrNE
KPWABK NE AlE N J April Apri 12 1 t2Tha Th9 election eleton In InHarrison InHaison InHarrison
Harrison Haison N J today resulted resule in a a vic victory vlctory vietory ¬
tory for the powers that thRt be TwothoiiBand TwothoiiBandvotes rwotholBnd rwotholBndvot rwothotisendvotes
votes vot were ero cast Ct representing repreBntng 70 per pr cent centof ccntat centof
of the registrationand rpgitraton and the Citizens CltzenR ticket ticketelected tlkrt tlkrtelot ticketelected
elected elot onl only ono onl Councilman Counclmln Dr Dolphin Dolphinwho Dolphinwl0 Dolphinwho
who wl0 got Rat a majority mjorl of 77 Clarence T TVanDaren TsnDarn TVanDaren
VanDaren snDarn Rep got pot lot 10 majority and andEdward andEdward nd ndt
Edward t ward Hlcc nlo and Thomas Thoml FBolRer F BoIRerDem BoIRerDemIOt Demi Demipot lIernugot
pot IOt 37 and ofl 88 majority respectively rEfPthel Mayor MayorJoseph MayorJOlph MayorJoseph
Joseph JOlph Riordan was wao reflected reflectedOnANor rtlelf reelectedOnANdm
OnANor N J J April pri 12 t2At At the spring springelection 8prllA springelectIon
election ploton in Wnot WCt Orange Oranpn today tho Repub Republicans RepubIOnK Repubhicans ¬
licans IOnK were defeated dfElted ny a heavy majority majoritypolled majoritpoled majoritypolled
polled poled by their opponents oPJonlntQ the Ihf Citiz6n Citiz6nwho Citzonl Citii ns nswho
who conducted ondlctcd their campaign mmlalg under undlr tho thoslogan tho810gan theslogan 1
slogan No party lines In Th The Citizen Citizenticket Citizensticket 111 > n ntet
ticket tet represents reprlnt8 prty a faction in 1 West c t Orange Orngo Orngowhloh Orangewhich I Iwhich
which has hI been ben in power pow r for a long lon time timennd till tintsand i iRnd
and which has made ma o municipal appoint appointmftnta appolntmentt appointuienti
mftnta mentt on a strictly Itrlcty nonpartisan nonJlrtIHan basis basisSOOTH bCIR bCIRSUTH lasisSecT
SOOTH SUTH OBANCIK N J April Apri prui J2 12The Tho ThoCitizens I IHinR ICItizens
Citizens or administration adm niltration ticket won out outIn outIn outin
In the municipal mlnlclpl election held In il South SouthOrange Holh HolhOrange SouthOrange
Orange village llge today tndn that faction ratlonJlnp pollingjust polling pollingjust
just jUlt twice twle as 1 many votes YOlt1 as the candidates candidateson can Ida I Ion
on the opposing opflng or Taxpayers Ta pael ticket t ticketThis j
This means INn8 a return rtm to cube ot of Village VillagePresident VillagePresident ille illeMldenL
President MldenL Robert noher S Sinclair Sincair and Tnicteeo TnicteeoFrancis TMtt TMttFranois TnisteesFranois
Franois Spier Jr Graham H Brewer ree and andAlerton i iAJlerton jAlertn
AJlerton Alertn I D Hitch all al Now fW York business Iminl businessmen I Imen
men who have formed fored part of the village villageboard vluge vlugeboard villageboard I
board of trustees trfO for several yearn yearnVAIIBHUHON yearsVAILSFIIBO yeal
VAIIBHUHON VAI VAILSFIIBO tRO N J J April Apri 12 iZTho The voters votersof voterl votersof
of Vailsburg Vai8burg declared dtlarf1 themselves tlemsoh today todayaa todayas
aa 8 favoring rRVOrig annexation to Newark A Atotal Attl Atotal
annexaton
total ttl vote of 603 was wa cuxt cIUtand castnnd and a majority majorityof maJorltor
of 177 I i was W8 given givenin In favor favorof of annexation annexationBAY anexaton anexatonBAY annexationlf4Y
BAY STATE TVRS TVR DOWN DOrN HEARST lRtRST
Remits RoUs In Minor Conventions Cnnnton or Doth DothParties Bth BthPrtllrd BothParties
Parties Prtllrd Held Yesterday YesterdayBOSTON 1 YesterdayBOSTON trrra trrraBSTN
BOSTON BSTN April Aprf 12 12Heart 12Hearst Hearst got got a Bound Boundthrashing fund fundthBhlng soundthrashing
thrashing thBhlng in tho Democratic Democratc caucuses caucusesthroughout CUtOUS CUtOUSthoughout callousesthroughout
throughout thoughout the te State tonight tonight according accordingto acrding acrdingto
to the reports repr received rehe here up to midnight midnightIt mldngbt mldngbtIt
It Is II believed belove that tht he will 1i not be 10 able to tomuster tomuter tomuster
than 200 vctes vct In the
muster
muter more 2 conven convention conventon oonvontion ¬
tion ton lees 1e than thn a fifth frth of the full rul number numberall numberal numberall
all al the te others other being solidly 8Idly in favor of tho thonomination thonominaton thenomination
nomination of the Hon Richard
nominaton Rohr Olney at attho atthe atthe
the national ntonl convention conventionIn comenton comentonIn
In Boston Boton the returns rtUrl Indicate idicat that not a asingle asigle asingle
single sigle Hearst Het ticket tcet in the fifteen ftn wards wardswhere wardswhere
wher where the nominations nomnaton8 wore wer not thrown thrownout thrownout
out by the election elotol commissioners cmmlslonen baa ha been beenelected bn bnelectd beenelected
elected electd which means mons that Olney has the thesolid thesold thesolid
solid sold backing big of the tboentr thoentire entire Boston Bston delegation delegationnumbering dplegaton dplegatonnubrg delegationnumberiagmorethan
numbering nubrg numberiagmorethan more mor than t all al the UleHertfoloel UleHertfoloelI thiellearstfollowei thiellearstfolloweiin Hearst foil oweii oweiiIn
In I the thoconenton convention convert tion The New York Congress Congressman Cnfrs Cnfrsmn ¬
man mn carried Ore some of the cities cilM and towns townswhere tOw8 tOw8wher townswhore
where wher organized olalz labor Jbor is If powerful powerul but butmany butmDny butmany
many of them will 11 send snd split plt delegations delegationsGeorge delegaton8 delegaton8Georle delegationsGeorge
George Georle Fred Fr Williams Wilam had ha a narrow narrowsqueak narw narwlueak narrowsqueak
squeak lueak In his own 0 1 town twn of Dodham Dchal a Hearst Hearstdelegation HeRrAtdelegaton Hearstdelegation
delegation delegaton headed hea by Williams Wilama bohip beln chosen oho chosenby n nbr
by tho bare bllargln margin of 23 s votes otf Mr Ir Olney Olneycarried Olneyurt Obeycarried
urt carried his residential rldeutol ward by hynarly nearly 2 to 1 lINDIANAPOLIS 1INDIANAPOLIS 1INDIANAPOLIS
INDIANAPOLIS Ind April 12 12ln in tho thoDemocratic thoDemoato theDemocratic
Democratic Demoato conventions comtnloM today lodoto to elect nloctdelegates electdelegates Iet Ietdoltote
doltote delegates to the State BUtn convention onvonton William Williamwith Wllom Wllomn WilliamH
n H Uealt Hearst gaine gained elgt1 signal adanla advantages In InonToo InMonroe
Monroe onToo county the iienrwt enT cllb cliii > cdmblntd cdmblntdwith cunthlned cunthlnedwith
with the farmers farer delegates delglM to the county countyconvention countyrnventon countyoenvention
convention rnventon and selected relcclo a majority mj oti J the
State SUtedelegate Statedelogatee delegates In InNobleuountyllearst Noble oounty uunt Hearst Uuaut got gotthe RotLle gotthe
the Lle thirteen thlcen State Stte delegates delegatO In Sullivan Sullivancounty Sulan Sulancounty Sullivancounty
county it is conceded concee that tlt he has h the tide cielugates del delgltM tidegates
gates gltM from frm from two townships townhlp and his friends friendsclnlm frleudl friendsclaim
claim three thro others ohrm and a majority mjority of the thocounty Ihucunty thecounty
county cunty delegates delCgtl delegatesWnsswro
I WrtEKUNo W EIno W Va
VI April Apri 12 12Thrle 12Three Threo
Congress Conl0 conventions in Vest Virginia to ¬
day dlY Indorsed lidor concntoDI President Proidelt llooenvelt looEel lrJinla The 10 I
First Flrt Second S Secondand ondand and Fourth Ioulh districts ditlcl Instructed 118ructf
delegates deleAt to volo oto for frJ Knonovelt lnnMf1elt und for
Senator Snatr S B Elkina Elki for VicePresident VlccIfllehmt VlccIfllehmtEW unt I
MKwlUVEN EW liavitu AVEN Corm April priI2ho 12Tho 12 The ticket
backed bke bv by the thollltmen If I iearst carst men won on In in the Demo Demoorotio Dlmo Dlmou Demotirade tcket
tirade u te primaries prlmarlt In this tlla city cty tonight They The Thecptre
captured cptre fortyfive rorYfho of tho Ih seventyone Ientrole 1 1dtJCgtM
dtJCgtM dcuiegates da ogatea to t the city cty convention cnonton They I
willchooto wllchofO twentyfeven tcnlYMen delegates dole atM to the tho
State Stteconventon convention 00nventionfavorable favorable to Hearst HearstHearst Heal heardhearst I IlerRt
Hearst lerRt Swatted Rwatfd at Camdrn CamdrnCAXIDKN CamdrnCAMDEN CamdenCAMDEN
CAMDEN CAMDEN N J April Apri 12lhe 121he followers followersof fOowCII
of WIt Hearst Hcrstweeddeutt Uearstwere wore defeated at the Ilo primary primaryejections primry primryeetlonR primaryelections
ejections eetlonR held in Camden Cmden city ciy and county clll cllltnlght
tonight The people pplt who opposed Hearst Hearstheadod n Hearstheaded rt
headed h e by bywiiilarn1 WilliamI Wiim J Thompson hompon of Glouces Gloucester Gloucet Gloucceiter ¬
ter t f Cltv Cty at a a lato hour tonight tnlght claimed claimedfwyenty tlme rlalmednenty j
fwyenty In nenty vetyout tho county cwlty out of the to ninetyone nfetyne delegate
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Is I VIsltlnE VlslUneAuaUant Assailant Under Unde Arrest ArrestSpirtal Aet AetSpInal ArrestSpcfal
SpInal Cable C lu Depatcl Dpnlc > to I THB T SUN SUNBARCELONA BU 5evBLncoNA
BARCELONA BJCLNA April Apri 12 1Whle 12While While returning returningfrom rturig rturigfrm returningfrom
from frm a requiem rquiem mass ml for oxQueen oxQue Isa Isabella I Isabela ¬
bella today tooay Seller Maura Mura the to Premier Premierstopped Prmier PrmierItppe Premierstopped
stopped Itppe his hi carriage carrlae at a the te palace pala of ofthe ofte ofthe
the te Provincial Prvincial Council Cunci to superintend superitend the thedistribution te tedltrlbutol thedistribution
distribution dltrlbutol of S600 16 000 which King Kig Alfonso Alfonsohad Alonso Alonsoha Alfonsohad
had ha given for the beneft benefit of tie te poor poorAlmost poorAlost poorAlmost
Almost Alost Immediately Ilmedltly Joaquln Joaqui Miguel Anal Arl ArlII AnalIg
10 II years ear old a sculptor 8olptor pushed pushe his hi way waythrough waytrugh waythrough
through trugh the to police pollo and adapprahlg andapproachlng approaching Seflor SeflorMaura Stor Storlaura SeflorMaura
Maura laura sold sad Good Go day Don Dn Antonio AntonioThe Atnio AtnioTe AntonioThe
The Prime turned heard heardtho beardtheyouth
Te Minister Mllstr ture when ho hear
tho te theyouth youth youUlspeklg speaking to t him hi and ad Artal Alstbb stabbed stabbedhtm stabbedhim
him In the ribs the heart at the
I te rbs near te hea te same sametune sae saetie sametime
tune tie shouting Long Lng live 1e anarchy anarchySeflor anaryl anarylSior anarchySeller
Seller Sior Maura Mlurl stood atoO up In I the carriage carriageand caiage arriageand
and hastily hatiy snatched snathed the dagger from his hisbreast hl hisbreast
breast brMt He cried cre Step Btp the murderer murdererThen mueror murdererThen
Then he h threw thrw the te weapon on the seat a of ofthe otthe ofthe
the and his hishand hishand
carriage carige Instinctively Instnotvely pressed prsd bI
hand hant upon the wound woundEvidently woud woudEvidenty woundEvidently
Evidently Evidenty realizing realzlng however that hl h his In Injury Inju injury ¬
jury ju was a not serious seriou he alighted aighte from the thecarriage thecarriae thecarriage
carriage carriae and ad mounted mOlntd the steps stp of the thepalace thopalac thepalace
palace palac A majority maority of the onlookers onlokr were werenot wer werenot
not aware aar of what had hd happened happned Mean Meanwhile Meanwhie Meanwhile ¬
while whie Artal had ha been bn secured securedDr u
Dr Alaberu Alabr who Is travelling travelng with wt the theKing theKing theKing
King hastened hastene to attend the Prime Minister Ministerand Miter Miterad Ministerand
and ad found him stanching the wound with witha
a handkerchief After examining the thewound thewound thewound
Ater exanng
wound Dr Alaberu Alabr told Seflor Seor SeflorMaura Maura aua that tat ho holiad hohad hehad
had had a very cry narrow nrrow escape eap The wound woundwould woundwould woundwould
would have Ilwe been bn mortal mortl but that the dag dagger dg dgger dagger ¬
ger which wl ch had been bn well wel aimed aime for the theheart thehert theheart
heart hert had ha been ben deflected def6td by b the thick gold goldembroidery goldembroider goldembroidery
embroidery embroider of the Prime Ministers Mlnter official officialuniform ofoi officialinlforzn
unlror uniform uniformWhen inlforznVhen
When the to wound woud was dressed dreld Sefior SefiorMaura Sfor SforMaum SoflorMaura
Maura went to telephone and called
a tlephone olo up upthe upthe upthe
the Minister of the Interior In ror In Madrid Madridwho llard llardwho Madridwho
who Is on a intimate Intmt friend frend and told tld him lm of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the occurrence ocuenc adding that tht his b wound was wasnot w wasnot
not serious srou and ad was w nothing to t be b frightened frightenedabout frghte frightenedabout
about aboutThe abut aboutThe
abutTe The Te doctors dotr are convinced cnvnc that tht the wound woundwill woud woudwi woundwill
will wi soon IOo heal hel unless ule the dagger dggr was wa poi poisoned polIne poiconed ¬
coned Ine which hch It is i not supposed suppo to t have havebeen hv havebeen
been ben ScAor Sdor Maura Maur was wa ordered ore to take takecomplete tk takecompleto
complete cmpleto rest rt and ad he Is now In bed b at the thepalace tbeplac thepalace
palace palaceTho plac palaceThe
The be King visited viite him hi there shortly shorly after aftertho nt afterthe
the th attack His the
atadc Majesty saw com commotion oommoton cornmotion ¬
motion moton from a window wndow of his bl residence residenceand re81denceand residenceand
and heard hear the people pple shouting shoutig thatpome thatpomebody thtlome tbatsomebody
bo body had been arrested Irre t but he did not notsuspect not8Ulpt notsuspect
suspect 8Ulpt what wblt had hd really rely happened happene The Thecrowd Th Thecrowd
crowd crwd cheered ch re the King KingIt KingI
It I is believed beleP that the outrage was dl directed dlrftr dlreeled ¬
reeled rftr against Seflor Slar Maura personally personallyAs pfnaly pfnalyAl
As the of clerical
Al representative reprMntatlve cleica doctrines doctrineshe dotrle
he baa his boon brn pilloried piorie In a local loal republican republicanpaper rpblcan rpblcanpn republicanpaper
paper paperArtal pn paperArtal pr prArtal
Artal denies that lht he had hd any accomplices accomplicesIt acomplce
It is stated Ktate that he was UI seriously Irloully injured injuredin Injurd InjurdIn
in attempting otemptng to commit suicide after his hisarrest hi hisarrest
arrest atest by dashing dlblng his hi head against the wall wallof wal wallof
of tho cell cll In which he hp Is confined confinedHUYINO confne confneIvno eonflnedIBUING
HUYINO Ivno MORE ORI FROM RO CUBA CURAfile CUBAOe CUflABig
file Oe Ilreae Increase In inNrwYorks New nw Yorks Purchases PnrchsKaof PraM
or Vegetables Vt tlablf and Fruit FruitSpecial Frlt FrltSltcDI FruitSpend
Special SltcDI Cable Detpalch to TUB SUN SDKHAVANA SUNHAANA SeerHAVANA
HAVANA April AprllZA 12 12A A prominent Havana Havanashipper Han Havanashipper
shipper gives giO the following statistics sttstc of ofshipments orhlpmen ofshipments
shipments hlpmen < of vegetables and pineapple pineappleto pinepple
to American AmrlcRI ports in January Janua February Februaryand Febrary Febraryand
and March aroh
Vegetables Y gtahl 156538 1558 packages paage an a increase increaseof Incr
of 102lftA 12UI over the corresponding lrpondlng period periodlost perio periodlast
lost lat year or pineapples plnopple 33482 348 crates crte an In Increase increo increase ¬
crease creo of 5001 601 The largest lagetlncreos increase in inshown 1f Isshown
shown show In the shipments of vegetables cgetable to toNew toNew toNew
New York It being bing 65190 618 packages pakage The TheIncrease Te TeInor8 Theincrease
Increase Inor8 to other ports In If 38985 3698 packages packagesPACIFIC package packagePACIFIC packagesPACIFIC
PACIFIC LINER WRECKED WRECKEDThe WRECKEDTe
The Te Colon Goes Ashore on the Coast of ofSalvador atSaador ofSalvador
Salvador Salvadorfiptctol Saador Saadorptdo SalvadorSpcCC4l
fiptctol ptdo Cable Ca Detpatclt Duplcl to t Trot T Sew SewPANAMA SU 5evPANAbIA
PANAMA April Apri 12 lZTe 12The Tho Pacific Palfo Mall MallSteamship Mal MalStehip JtIaIISteamship
Steamship Stehip Companys Compnys steamship stlhlp Colon Con Is Isashore i Laashore
ashore ahor on Point Remedies Rmeio on the te coast ca of ofSalvador orSvao ofSalvador
Salvador Svao There Ther has hl been bn no loss 10 of life lifeThe le leTh lifeThe
The Th vessel vel Is I believed bleve to t be a total tllo tlloTe loss lossThe loseThe
The Te Colon sailed aled from San S Francisco Facis for forPanama torPaaa forPanama
Panama Paaa on March 26 with passengers and Id
freight feight Five of her cabin cabi and ad pasngr twentyseven twentysevenof ton sve
of her steerage sterag passengers plsnger were for New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York She Shew8cmande was commanded by byCpt Capt William Wila
A Irvine IrvineANGLORUSSIAN Ifne IfneAlGLRfSUN IrvineANGLORrSsI4N
ANGLORUSSIAN AlGLRfSUN TREATY TREATYHomo TREATYRoml TREATYRome
Homo Roml Heirs ltsrs That Tat Negotiations Nr otatonl Are Ae Pro ProErmine Po Progreasing
Ermine gfltnr Favorably FavorablySpecial Fnorabl FnorablSputa FavorablyIpsc
Special Ipsc aJ Cable Deipatch Dtplr to t TEE TK See SCHROME SI SeeROME
ROME April Apri 12 ZTHE THE SUN correspondent correspondentis crOpndent crOpndentI
is I assured 8ur that tht negotiations negotaton are Ire progressing prgrlng
favorably fovorbly for an AngloRussian AngloIWlon arbitration arbitrationtreaty ar arbitrat ltraton ltratontr Ion Iontreaty
treaty tr ty under tho auspices of France Its Itsterms Itstcr itsterms
terms tcr are expected expe to bo published publlhe within withina 1lthln 1lthlnB
a fortnight fortnightCapt rornlght rornlghtapt fortnightCapt
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house housl inspector Irspetor for Porto Poro Rico Ico has sailed sailedfor slo saIledfor
for New York ork He 1e is i under a 500 O OO bond
to appear appr before the Ilt United Unie States Stlle Com Commissioner Cornmissioner ¬
missioner mi8loncr for ntisailtlnK 1111lllnp a sailor Hlor belonging blo1glug
to the tug Iur Nliin hll Commiselorer CommiMlorer Anderson Andersonnrrrs Adnrsl
has cele caked the cour court 10 df declare rt the brl bond I
forfeite forfeited nld to 1S1 issue a wanII waart for the rc rcnri rearrest
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IjONDON lnmoN April Jpr1 13 t3A A rlospatch rfpItch to the theDail theDaily i inoROtlHtlona
Daily lIail from lIarnhorg that serious seriousnegotiations
Dail 1oil frm HlmllJrJ sayut Ilrous Ilrousnllllllol
negotiations nllllllol are In prosmiA pr prgrctqs r My between btcn the theInternational I IInternational I
International Interatonol Mercantile MprrInt Il Marino lnrin Com Company Cm Cornpall t
pany pall and tlia Onar nard company ompant to reach reachan rtch I
an a understanding undertodln for tho ending of the therate therato therate
rate war wnrCuban warCuban
Cuban Cnmlnlrncn Cnndulncrl to 0 Spain Spln SpainpetUl I Ifpettal Iptl
fpettal ptl 1 Cablf C I Detprath D tl to t Tin SUN SDKHAVANA SuerhAvANA I IUAANA
HAVANA April Aprl 12 President Prllrolt Inlma Pa1 has hascabled hancabled
cabled cble to King Alfonso AIConlo oxpreissinc con condolencea condolenc conlolences
dolencea dolenc on the death of oxQue exQutn extueen oXjrMinc n Isabella IsabellaIn wbel j
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girl gil was wa added ide to t the macs mas of rent rnt b
in Yiddish and d English Englbh which whch
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writer writr Wilyonsky Wlyonky lvE I E ¬
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has been bn rained rlid from 11450 115 1450 to tlT 11
he has ha threatened thratned to move to Browns Brws
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the tenants telnts meeting metng in Avenue D and andasked andIke andasked
asked for a chance chn to speak epk He Is s the thafirst th thefirst
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the police formed rore a circle about abut him h and andfrom ad adrrom andfrom
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to i Ive the organization organizton Sioj 10J 10 If thoy could couldfind couldfind
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