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PUMPING pOMPfflfiA MPING AIR iOTIIE rO THEDEAD DEAl
4 A MATTER OF O SENTIMENT WIT WITDIVER WITH WITHnrJ1n WITpi
flU HOARS MATES MATESHour MITES1Ior UtTES1I01IIJ
pi DIVER IR
Hour 1I01IIJ 1Ior Door 1101 Rtlll Hart nlt In Doonton Da DaHe Dam Daun
He nioe lIole till War > Tliat Ended In II IInmth III IIIflratholl IIIestthJOI
nmth flratholl roll He liialll 8 M Wa 1al All Nlmri NlmriKnowBill Hlmpll NimptiotgIi
DIdnt l LIke lke lkehn Il IlJjooroo I IOO1OX
KnowBill tiotgIi l hUt > 1 lle I Just >
OO1OX J April J3So ono about abouttho abot abottiri
Jjooroo clam hAil tlto sllghteat bell bellnv beUl1f beUl1fIn beltnny
IkXnton
tho tiri hn who whoBlu whotaughi 18 18laught
thnt Hi Hill Hoar the diver
longer
nny In nv fe feurfer flet fletIIndlr feunder
laught Blu in the vriwto pipe liP Hlxtytwo
under water is II rtlll till alive Hvo Only tho ho mo moJoDBinno moafjgtilfl t I IP
JoDBinno bellowd that ho was alive aft aftT nrtHr aft1jdayafterfl0Ofl I IIIPyla
P lJglll11e afternoon Nevertheless all allnlght allnlghtlong plgl plgllone niglong
IIPyla 1jdayafterfl0Ofl uwlay >
T linlnht Ionlght m they have been doln dolnevery doing doingppO doineverY
long
minute inco ho went under the su sufare flur flurOe BUIlace
every
Monday aftnrnoon nix men ai airelieving are arerlli arlioltg
on 1
fare
Oe air throug throughe throughthl througthe
relieving rlli inlt each other pumping
Into the divers helmet helmetknow helmotknow helmetVt
the he piPe pl Dirlslo DirlsloHnglnecr DI8lonEngllllCr Divialongi1eOr
Vt > know ho Is II dead Mid
UennesHy HcnnE riY today when I Ia he heo ii iiwa
Hnglnecr wa a asked ked why tho pumping was wa watill 1111 koj kojU kopt koptlip
At least wo 0 know it an certainly t tV 1111 1111know a awP
lip V know anything in this world But Butrnu ButnU If IfnlJ
wP were ere in my place riltu would w uuld uld you order th thSpins that thatrumplng thpunipltlg
Spins rumplng rnu nlJ Bopped I know I cant give he tl tl0rAwi tho thoord th thordtr
0rAwi ord ordtr ordtrAtli llld r rllld tho men out on the raft bending the thetracks their theirCk theliwk
the cranks hour aft afthour after afterhOUT of te tehour
pump
tracks Ck over
hour reflect their chiefs feeling feelingHad fecllnlCIilul feelingllaI
Had Iilul fill ny signal Mnco lnC yesterday yesterdayporter ytlld yiderdAyrporor rday a arpportcr
porter shouted houtl > d at them from the top c cthe of ofth a aIte
the th dam damXo rlarnXo
IteNo Xo shouted back tho man at tho lift liftUwioio lICe lICeI lifeiIn
Uwioio I iIn 00 h ° had hat to shout for there isa i8 chopp choppMM choppyNWI
tho reservoir that make makehn makesthn maketiw
MM I kicked kick lip P ou
hn wave ave8 break over the men all day an anmakes and andmakeR aniordinary
makes ordinary conversation impossible impossibleVo
Vo n Wlls I1i1 flhltsdead dead Were pumping puinplngfor for nentlmetit nentl IlenUmpllt tientiniptit
metit metitIf
If the th plans perfected today to day are carrio carriocut carried carriedIIUt carrithJt
cut Jt without a hitch Hoara body will b brecovered brllCovrcd 1 1rtCOVered
recovered late tomorrow afternoon Therha There Thereha Thenhas
ha has been no effort to reach the diver sine sineywterday fllnce111terdaY inci inciyeeterday
ywterday at 1 oclock It was perfectly porfectlippaient perfectlyppolent porfect1sppaient
ippaient ppolent then that no foroo that would woulnot wouldnot woubno
not no actually rend his body in two coulcounteract could couldlOunlernct coulccounteraet
counteract the Ruction which was holding holdinithe holdingrhe lioldiulthe
the lower part of his left leg against th thitwas the theopniDg tbopening I
opening of the pipe It was certain thllt thlltIt tiiait
itwas It wa8 IlS of no use to send divers down to t to try tryto tr trto I
him away from the grip of the tons o owater of ofater acater I
to o pry
him Ever Everreasonable Every EveryrelUionable Everreasonable
water ater that were pressing presnl upon
reasonable suggestion that was made na nabeen had hadbeen hacbeen <
been listened to and acted upon uponfrom uponThere uponThere
There is i just one way of relieving relievingfrom relievinfrom
from the overwhelming suction Hoar Hoarbody Hoarsbody Boaribody
body and the greatwooden great wooden ball whic1 whic1he whlohhe whkdhe
he went down to adjust to the opening openinto openingIn
In the pipe It Is 8 to close clo e the broken valv valvin valve valveIn valvin
in the middle of the dam which hasmad hnsmadeall baa math mathall
ill all the trouble This Thi valve la at the bOttom bottoiof bOttomIIr bottonOf
of a seventy foot well through the middle middlM middleIIr middhof
M the dam It Is used to regulate the floi floiof fiow fiowor ftoor
or waste llIte water through tho pipe of which whiciIt
or brapze shaft ahafiwhich shaftwhich shafthleh
It is a a part The spindle
which hleh opens and shuts thovalvefe broken brokeiThe brokenInside brokerInside
Inside of the bell like cover of the valve valveThe valveThe
The object of stopping tho th water at th thinlet the theinlet thinlet
inlet of the pipe was to make it ppuslbl ppuslblfor po88lbleror
for a machinist machln t to go down into the we weand woll wolland weliand
and roplaco the broken brokenparta parts of the valve valvehdl valveV
V hen it was found on Monday that th thclevico thdevice 1e 1edevil
device devil of rolling the great wooden ball bite Inttho Into Intotho bitethu
tho opening of the pipe bad failed becaus becausthe becauBtJI beusthe
the fivdinch II cable had slipped a1lp In between betweethe betweenth
I the th ilgH Ige of tho pipe and the ball Bundle Bundlewas Bundickns
was ns cdTol upon to furnish a diver dlverand8Cl1t dlverand8Cl1tIar and son sonHoar amil amillliar
Hoar Iar Engineer nginl r Honnesa went with Hoar Hoadown HoardOln Hoaxdown
down into the th 6foot well In the middle mlddlof middleof
of I tie II dam tail and showed him how the cap otIi o oIlio of ofIh
Ilio Ih valve 1IVO could be bl token off He explained explalneiHint explainedthnt
Hint III ns a noon as 0 the cap came off at the irate iratefrom waterIn1 watezircua
from ho h pipo Pf ° would ri rille e to the level of th thnaler the theal thewater
water al r in tins dam dam outside and that 1at an anwork any anywork anyork
work ork In tl t > be done then must be done lit th thIjotuuu the theholtom thetOtttUIi
Ijotuuu of 0 a I well full of water waterHill
11111 Hoar who waa a very very ery cc iitbte ible le man manami manand ninaand
and something 1 > of a machinist a i well as i idiver a adier aliver
diver didnt like the job It 11 Wild all aim aimilt aimJite
110 ilt > enough but ho just didnt like it Fo FoiS Foono ForIIIIC
ono thing he said tho ladder down which whlcl1omust whichlolI1u whichheinu4t
S 1omust t go to t9tho 9 tho ho bottom botto bottoof of 9f thowell was waiperfectly was1Irloct waairttctIY
perfectly 1Irloct Iy P perpendicular ana aa theband t bd o oweights of ofweghtt ofweiglite
weights weghtt about his stomach stomh would make makihis mae maehl makeiulc
aut
his hl progress very slow slo and impede ipedo every everynp ever everFtcp eve
FI Ftcp p progre of It i Why Wh ver couldnt culdnt ho go out Into InUthe mo Intothe
the dam and nndmakethoblltglt make theballtight with Ram Ramhag Mnd MndhagR aandhag
hag If he could do that Mr Honnes Honneswas Hone Honntwee
was willing wlng I hut he reminded rlnde Hoar Hor that thathem tht thtIhrro thatthcto
them would bo a very dangerous dangerUfl auction wctlonout suctioiout
b Vpr
out there ther Hour Holr said de he would woud go down dowiand downand
down and when whenhn whenhe
and see about it IL Ho went whe
hn came se m up sold to Mr l1Honne Honness HonnessIve Honnesaive
Ive looked Md both bh plans pla over sir Ilr and IN INrather Id Idrthlr Id Idrather
IV6 loke
rather rthlr make mleo ray fight f ht in the open if It Itall ttaall It8 It8al
all the name to tou touHe you youHe yuHe
al He was fmo 1111 so confident oonfdent that tt he could work wortmore workmore workmoretiuicklyoutntthebiuettban
more moretiuicklyoutntthebiuettban quickly Culcklyoutnt out nt the in ilt 1st than tb in the te well welthat wel wellthat
that tht Mr Ir Honness 10nlle feeling feelinga felg feeUn a ne he 1 aays tht thta that thata
a diver d cr ought ough to t know kowhi his own ow Job best bestgav b0t b0tga1 beatgave
gav ga1 gave way The Jhe daisy deyslc delnysince since Tuesday y after afternoon atr atrnon alterrOOU
noon has h been bn due to the difficulty dlcly of find findIng fd fdIng ihidtng
non Ing another nothordlver diver capable cpble of carrying cig out oullie outIh outlie
Ih lie original origial on inst plan alan lan of going gig down d01 through througlhas thrug throughthe
the weU we ad and taking tfg out the brke broken gt sate sateepindlo
Ipindlo and putig putting In th the new one which whichh8 wnichbaa
has h8 been ready rady for a week wek The man ma who whodoes wbodo whodow
does do bn the work ork must mUfltnot not only be b an excellent excellentdiver ecllent ecllentdher excellentdiver
diver capable cpable of working wrkig for a long lng time timeunder tme tmenrder timeurder
under seventy sventy feet tet of wat wa watar r but he h must mustlso mustal mustalso
al also lso bo ba a machinist mahini ae a Bill Di Hoar Hor was W Thirty Thirtyof Thiry Thiryor
of the fifty fty bolts bll which whih hold the valve cap capIn cp cpI capin
In I place p have hve already alrdy been bnloole loosened loosenedflr IooaiedMr
Mr Bundlck Budick went to New York yesterday yesterdaafternoon ytrday ytrdayaftron yesterdayafternoon
afternoon aftron hoping hopig to find the tle right rght manat man manat an anat
at once oncperhaps onceperhaps perhaps in I time tlo to get in I the 1e new newtale nowlate newgate
tale and lnn rnleaso lIPIIA the dIp pressure piu which is isttill isstill 8 8al
still late al holding Hoar Ho dead dc or alive alvo Word Wordreached Wordtahe Wordieaciied
reached tahe hero her last lt night that ho was on his hisway bi biay hisway
way ay on a special flpolatrl train It was wa a report reportba rprt rprtb rePortbaied
ba b baied ed on anxious anloU hopes hopO Mr I Bundick Bundlckwhen Bundickben Bundickwhen
when ben he got home became be Dl and has ha h not notb notbfn notbeen
b bfn been en able ale to get out here hor or to find the te right rightsort rightor rightort
sort or ort of a d diver iver all day He telegraphed telgraphe late latethis lte lteti Latethis
this ti afternoon a however that he had ha found founds foud foudI
s I man m ateron and would be out with wit him hi on the thetrain te tetrin thetrain
train trin arriving avig at 008 oclock oclok tomorrow tomorrowmornlnp tmorw tmorwmomll tomorrowmorning
morning momll If I the work coos go well tha ta new newvalve newnho newvalve
valve will be hi I te place pl and ad closed cled at at4 4 oclock oclocktomorrow oolookto oclocktOfliorrow
tomorrow to morrow afternoon and ad the grip on Hoars Hoarsbody Hoarsbody Hoas Hoasboy
ateron te grp
body boy will wi bo released Ielea Ieleah releasidTe
1 The blft bit bl wooden ball bal with wih It Ite I lead le core corewith ore roreha
h ha 8 alrdy alreaoy bn been sure secured to a 90 900 fo foot rope ropehllh ropewith
with hllh which it is to be hauled huled away to the theshore theI theahore
Ihicl
I shore I or as a s soon In as a the water is cut oilHoars oil oaF oaHoar8 oftHoars
Hoars nlnt aunt Mrs Mr James Green Gren of 18 It i iPranklin
Franklin F roln street strt Astoria Astori came cmo to Boonton Boontonthis Bnton Bntonthis Boontonthl
this thl afternoon aflernn with his sister 8iterMr Mrs James JamesAshuret Jame JameC Jamelhul Jameskahurat
Ashuret lhul of 118 16 11 Vernon Veron avenue Long Lng Island IslandCity blanditr Islandcit3
City C itr fhey went ent out to the dam dm and saw 8W 8WII sawTr
Mr II Tr Honnoaa ITonml he explained expline exnlained to them what whatad
had ad been ben done and what w hat was still stl to be b done
Except FxCIt for tho allnight ainight strain strln of the flght flghtto lght lghttf
tf to rctcun re u Hoar HOI on Monday night nght It was wastJie Wi wasthe
the th hardest hrt tdt pull Mr lr Honness Hone ever had h In Innil InIt I
his nil le llfu It lii Ho 10 lb told Mrs Mr Ashurst Ahurt WhO whose
husbntid hue h h had mdno no work for Home Ime time timeand lme lmelnd timearid
and lnd who ho wan UI altogether alogether altogetherdependent dependent dependrnt upon upon uponh i
Hoar r that the company would provide prvide for forI
h li9r r r4i
I 4iAll All 1 ll kinds 1Int of suggestions suglOlons havo come cme to tosituation totrhe tothe I
4i trhe the e eincers In rfl hY tlcgraph telegraph ad and telelhone telelhonerom telephone I
from rom r people > oplo who ho think that they know knowmor knowmorn
mor morn than thof thae on the grd ground aO a6otit t Ue the
situation llaon Many 111 Buggestthe HUllOt Nugefit the use ule of dyna dynamite dynamite dya dyamie ¬
mite which the would
mie llcl engineers olginer say bo booi b bevorc
vorc oi OI > o than useless uselessThe utk uselessl
The 11 l lic following folowrn announcement announcmnnt was WI printed printedin
U in I thf HI CUit ilu Record yesterday yesterdayMTABTMEST yoterdn yoterdnttnnnXT yeterdayCtPAOTiET
MTABTMEST ttnnnXT or POCKS AND rKnmits rKnmitsApril FEIIKI rsnsntatprI
April pri itWilliam 1WUlam 1 1 Hoar nar of 1889 1819 Third Thirdjtvwitit ThirdIVetitiC illrd illrdorlllh
jtvwitit IVetitiC borough orlllh of Manhattan fanhatal has this day dayuppointnu durhh dayuIpolntNi
hh < < uppointnu R a diver dhlr in this department
TTIh 111 with enII IMtlon 1 I Iff at the rata or dnparttnt 3 per day du
ff 01 of tour hours hnlrM and 31d 115 i2Sfofeach lt5 for toreach additional dditlona1 pr
hour our over four our hours houl hourswblje while employed employedMflVJiSB eploye eploye1tESE OfliZiOCdAflxEsv ec lddltonal lddltonalour
MflVJiSB hEllO 11oRO HONORED IIONOltEDlart HONOnED HONOnEDlrt
Part nr Ir Conimandrr Illroiei Body Dd Darted DartedWith Durt flailedItIi
With Wi ItIi Great Ceremony CeremonyHHClal Ceemon CeemonrWal Ceremonypir22
HHClal Cable Ca DtlpalO Dpam to Tin T SUM SUMTOKIO SUI BOitTnIo
TOKIO 1011 April Apri is ISA A fragment frmen of the to body b bodyof
or ° f Cummander niniandcr Hlrono IrO which was brought brough
from from rm 1orl Arthur where ho was killed tied on on1rc1
March 27 7 in the attempt ntempt to bottle btte up the thel
l Hussian luuII fleet fot In 1ort Jlor Arthur Arhur was WI Interred Inter
i today hHllr with tho greatest IratCt ceremony cermony The ThewivetH Te TeIte
wivetH Ite through t rough which whch tho funeral funer prooec prooecn pr I
MI 011 n passed Ju were wer crowded crowdedSquadron crowdedSnadon crowdedSquheiron
Squadron Snadon Still Htl at VUrtlvoitok VUrtlvoitokSpecial 1adh0tokSpcl terlIvoitokpecai
Special Spcl pecai Catte Cob Dttpalclt Dpoel to 0 THK Tn SUN
LOON April Apri llA 11 despatch d ptchto to the theTdtgraph tJ theTckgraph
Tdtgraph Tfl1tph from frm Tokio olio sayn Ini that a ItrlTle traveller travellerylio
ylio Iio has arrived at tho Japanope JDpanO capital
arr1 cpltl cpltlromi
from romi romi1adlvOtole Vladlvntok 1adlvOtole Hint Itntl statca that the Iluoslan nUlI
jruiwr crljIr I kit t tl t Yr wjuadron uadran was ea M bUn tt there thr when whn h M MI
r
iWJ 1zo 2 q1 P4USEjN t NIiq ZCftI ilf lE ii i iThe I
The Te Woman Found FouldDead Dead In Long Lnr I UIsr UIsrWoods IiIld IiIldood U UWoods
Woods ood Was W Miiriiereil MiiriiereilIlEiirSTKAD Murderel MurderelITEflSTEAD llrd red redIEY1KADAprI13Itl
IlEiirSTKAD IEY1KADAprI13Itl April 13 13It It Is I now now bollov bollovthat blove heilovethat
that tho woman who wa w was found dead deadI deadtho In Intho
de
I tho wood wooc mtith Rutt e nth of Oreonfleld Grnfeld Co Cometr Cetnetol Cetnetolon me to toon
on Monday Monda afternoon afteroon was murdered murdere murdered1 d dsplto de dspite I Ispie
spite spie the efforts cror to make mao mal It appear appnl th theho that thatIho thiho
eho Iho ho had taken poison poisonTho poisonThe I
Tho autopsy autopr completed completctday today ahowitliat ahowi showed showethat I
that a blow over tho tlo left eye which frn frnlured frlo frlotur fm fmtured
lured tur the skill ski skillwas was tho cause OUdO of death at atthat and andpmt aitIt
that the car carblc carbolIc bo I o acid acd eId biirnn burH affected afcor on onthe only onlythe oni onithe
the lips lp and mouth There There hero was no traof tra tmc trmof
of poison p8on in tho stomach Htnh Tho a nutopy nutopyalso autops autopsalso < itopi itopialso
also showed that the to woman vomn would soc soihave soon soonhlo sochave
have hlo becomo bomo a mother motherC motherCounty a aCounty
<
County C nty Detective Dotte Furman Frman thinks think th ththe tuthe hat hatthe
the woman wom wont t to tho woods waodt to to mo moa mot motm moit
a man m that ho endeavored endevor to make mo h hswallow her herKwallow in inswallow
swallow poison pllon and ad that when ho fallc fallche faJld faJldhe fallehe
he struck Itrok her over tho head bod A bottle botle ana an ana ad adala
a glass ala both btb of ofyvhlob which had h contained cntne carbbl carbblacid carblo carbloaid carbohacid
acid aid were wer found found not far from tho body bodyTho bdy bdyrho bodyThe
The woman woma apparently apprenty had hd expected oxpt expectedgo I Igo to
go on some sort sr of a trip trp for the valli vallifound val valkfound e efound
found by her Bide Hid contained a change c cclothing of ofcothing a aclothing
clothing cothing and some toilet articles artlole Tl Tlpolice Tho Thoplce TIpollee
police plce however arc at a loss JOI to espial espialthe explaintho explidthe
the noto found fo nd in the womans chatelair chatelairbag ohtelalno ohtelalnobag chatolainbag
bag unless une It It was Wi written wrten by bY anottwperson anottw anotberpron anotheperson
person pron to carry cay out tho suicide idea Ide 1 1read I I Iread
read readI
I am 01 nick and can get et no relief reler I hop hop hopnit nor norall
all ni will wi forgive mo 10 1 have struggled unstniRKlod un anistruggled ud udstrlldoc
struggled strlldoc I cannot cnnet close eOSf hardly hrdlY an eye c cnight at atnight a anight
night so I seek something 1 dont dont kno knowhat know knowwhat knoiwhat
what Uoodbv Ooedb01 Joodbyall all my npoplo niypeople people Dontgrlov Dontgrlovafter Doritgrlovafter I
after me 1 am not lot worth It FarewellThe Farewell FarewellThe Iarewel
The noto wan Wi unsigned unsignedCoroner unelinod unelinodCoroner unaignodCoroner
Coroner Wallace Wal until tonlght that h hthought ho hoth iithought
thought th ught that tat he know who the woman was wasbut wabut a
but declined dellned to tell tl the name nae The mod niodplausible modplausible < t tplalilbio
plausible identification Identifcaton Is l that of r Mrs Mrtueorgo Mr MrsGeorgo
ueorgo orge W Peasell Pea l who says that th thwoman the theomnn thiwoman
woman omnn had called caled at her Lome about aboutweek aboutweek a aek
week ek ago selling toilet articles articlesThe articlesThe
llng tolot artlce
The visitor asked kud Mrs Mr Peasell Peal to writ writto writito Tlte Tlteto
visior
to Mrs Mr A W Daum at Hempstead if I nn nnwanted Iho Ihowantd shi shiwanted
wanted any toilet articles Mrs MI Daur Daurhas DnumhM Daunhas
wantd
ay toiet
has been bn receiving reciving mall there ther but nothing notninielse nothingelM notliinielse
else is 8 known of her herThe herThe herThe
The woman was about 35 years ytar old hehair he her herhair lieihair
hair was wa streaked strake wa with aout gray and who Hht ha hablue ha liablue <
blue eyes She weighed about 125 pounds poundsThe poundsThe
The Te Coroners inquest Inqu t was begun blun today todayMotorman tly todayMotorman
Motorman Motorn Charles Charle Herman Hern who who was on onof ono onoof omof
of the witnesses wltneees testified tetife to seeing tin thiwoman tinwoman 1e 1ewoman
woman on April 6 when she be boarded bode his cai cainear CAne cainear
near Queens Quens Apri and rode to Main Ialn and Front Fronstreets FrontItret Fronistreets
streets ne Itret Hempstead roe Not long ang afterwan afterwanhe aforard aforardhe
he saw sw her again walking toward towar the cem cemetery cemetoy cernety
etery etoy and still stU aln later he JIW saw her sitting ittng 01a 01 on ona ora
a bank near tho woods with wih her head hang hanging hanKIng hanging
ing bnk forward forad ne as if she were in despair despairCONSVl despir despirCOlSUlJGENElAL despairCONSULGENERAL
CONSVl CONSULGENERAL COlSUlJGENElAL GEXERAL ON RUSSIA RVSSIAB lUSSl lUSSlSel
Sel She B I Li Christian Crlatan Yonnc Tonn OUn M Manly nly and Con Contractive Cn Cntrcthe Conatruvtlve
tractive trcthe Lodyernsky Ldrpsk Lody rpsky 8 SNichol Maya MayaNicholas > i iNicholas
Nicholas Nichol do Lodygensky Ldygnlk the ItussiaiusulOeneral Russian Iwslan IwslanCUulGnera RussianConsulGeneral
CUulGnera usulOeneral in this 1i city cty and ad Capt Ed Edrard E Edward
ward W Dayton addressed adr a 8 gathering Gatberlg a ahe at at1e atthe
wa the he 1e Twentythird street tmt branch of the thifghton to toYoug theYoung
Youg Young Tentythird Mena CrltbU Christian Association ABoclatlon llt lltnIgh last lastnightun
nIgh fghton tun the Russian RU518n Polntof Pol t of View Capt CaptJayton CaptDayton CaptDayton
Dayton referred Ue to the te friendship frlendhlp of Rusau Rusauor Hussl Ituastafor
for or this country cuntry and defended derende Uie Ilo occupa occupaion occupnlon occupation
lon ion of 1i Manchuria by Russia RUSIu and d tie te Rua RuaIan RU RUel RusLan
Ian war policy polIcyMr
el polcy polcyMr i tj tjIf
Mr do Loygenaky Lodygenaky slld said saidif
If you desIre to to discover dllcover the Russian point polnf pointot pointDf
ot f 1 view you must begin by b ncqulrini cqulrinknowl cqulrinknowlMie knowl knowlIge knowledge
edge Ige Tew of the thf character characer of the Russian RUSlan Jople JopleTh people peopleChM ople oplers
Th Mie rs ChM knowledge will give you the explnnn explnnnIon pxptnnl pxptnnlton explniaUon
kowleRP I In the past anti anilif antiif
Ion of tho history of Itunsla fuRlla aUI aUIof
ton of if her part In the situation Iltullon today tolY Finally Finallyhe Flnal
the he knowledgi Icowledl par of the character characr of the Russian Runslimipople HUKlrl HUKlrlppopI8 Russianpeople
people will afford you oU a proper pro r foresight or ofrhat orwhat orwhat
what might wi alord and Ind ought to be bl expected 6Ipectc from fromlUBsia tromBUMla fromItuaaia
lUBsia mght In the future In my m endeavor nden ver to toireient topresent toresent
present to you OU a erect cdrcc definition defDlllon of the llux lluxlan nURlia ituslan
lan character 1 am most happy In not being beingiblleed beingoblie beingThilged
lia iblleed to look lok 1oo for arguments oreumcnt They The are areall arechat
oblie chat 11 at t baud and thq really realY biwt bft bstones ones 0 < 8 In l the thuour thoteur therour
all teur our words forming the title tto of otyour Your our noble noblend 10blo 10bloand nobleLad
formlnl
and nd grand wor8 institution The only thing thin to bo bylone boone bodone
done one gand is slightly 81htr Inltltuton to change chao the order orer of these theseour thesefour theseoUm
r rFirst rFirst >
words
four our
First Orl OrlFlrt of nll 111 Sllj < the character characer of the Russian Russianicoplo BuYlanpeople Russianeople
people Flrt Is Christian a wholft wholAennlmc evening would be belecessary b beiecessary
lecessary II y tp > Illustrate this thll affirmation nfrmatol by byoocrcte byconcrfte byoncrate
necMary oocrcte and I Iwtratl unquestionable acts drawnron drawn drawnrom drawnfrom
from concrfte rom ron Knsslan history hletorand unluestonlble and Kusnlan actuality actualitySecond acualt acualtSfconll actualitySecond
Second Inlslan tho Russian people ople although althoughcounting uthoulh uthoulhcountng althoughountlng
counting Sfconll already alreldy BURsln ten and ad A 1 unit bal centuries cnturits of ofilstorlttil ofhlstorlc4il ofiiatorlc4tl
ilstorlttil countng age Is young as proof Its force of oferrltorlnl ofterritorial oferrltorlni
territorial all expAnslon exwn younl lon and Us tl power powlr of moral moralxnevolent moralbnevolent moralenevolent
xnevolent assimilation and amalgamation amalgamationif amalramaton amalramatonor
bnevolent or if f heterogeneous Mlmlaton nationalities natonaltpeand nattonalitlesand and even evenraeM races racesThird racesThIrd
Third the Russian UMla people pople Is II manly this thiss
18 s Tblr witnessed by its 1t patience patienc endurance and andiclfcontrol Inl andisifcontrol
e4Introl iclfcontrol wltnes in bad days and ad Us generosity generosityn eerOlty eerOltyIn
In good ones onesAnd onesAnd
n And Ro fourth ont the th Russian people is not In Individualistic inIividuallsttc IndlTdualstc ¬
dividualistic tourl butBoclalistlo but eoeelltc socialietio jjnd and this not In Ineftnltlon Inthe inhe
dlTdualstc ecouomtoal ecouomtoalloctriTia
the
the he narrow acoeptatlonf cnemlol cnemloldocrin
loctriTia of soclaJ1flt but In the ethololcl ethololcldllton ethological ethologicalIslinition
docrin eftnltlon of scalm the two directions direcions of balonnl balonnlle 1 1Ife eatlonal eatlonalifs
dllton ifs the individualIstIc centrifugal centrlu al dfstruc dfstrucive dtstruo deatruclye
le indlvlduol tc and the socialistic socialisticntrlpetal socinUitloentrlpetat
lye ve and disintegrating 8001allo 8001alloontrlta
ad dllintelratll
t ntrlpetal creative and constructive oon tructhe rtl rtlected direceIn ciiectedin
ontrlta ected ectedin In Its creatve natural growth gowthby growthty by the Al Alnlehty AImlgMy Alnighty
receIn nlehty Creator il and Constructor of the world worldnd worldand worldmd
ad Constrcor
and nd of Its 1t Ceator highest hlrhet part par brotherly brothery loving lovlnl Chris ChrisIon Chrl Chrltan Christan
tan Ion humanity humanityMIKES humanlT humanlT11IES humanityMINES
MIKES 11IES OR TORPEDO TOlPEDO TORPEDOIsron r rlaron rDaron
laron Kaneko Thinks the IluisUn Ian Reports Reportiof Rrprl Rrprlor
of Disaster Sound Soud Stranje MirangeBaron StranjeBaron SInle SInleBon
Baron Kentaro Kento Kaneko Keko exMtnlster exMlniter of ofustice ofJUflt ofrusti
JUflt rusti ustice Bon and ad of Agriculture AgicltUe and Commerce Commerceif Cmewe Cmeweof
of if Japan Japa who went to t Washington Wlblngton soon soonfter 8n 8naftr soonftor
fter his arrival here three th wek8 weeks agoeturfled ago agoeturned agoreturned
aftr returned h to arval this t city yesterday yeterdy and andis is at atBaron atthe athe
the he Holland HOUe HOUeBron House HouseBaron
Baron Holnd Kaneko Kaeko intimated that he believed believedhat beleve believedhat
hat Bron the Petropavlovsk Intmat had h been bn destroyed destroyedy detroyed detroyedby
Japanese torpedo He said1teeemsstmange said saidItseemastrange sid sidIt
by ty > y a
Itseemastrange It Jlpn strane trpo that tht theenemy the enemy 80 p often oftenrefer oftn oftnrepr ofteneport
e by contact with their theirwn
eport losing shIps contat wih telr telron
repr wn mine mines I lhould should shiP think that tey they would wouldprefer wouldirefer
on prefer refer as brave men battling bting for fo their theirountry theircountl theirountry
ountry a to have it known kon that tlat they metleath met meteath motdoth
countl eath while fighting hve to the story stor that tt they theyrere thoywere the themere
doth fghtng
were mere killed by their own mines mine which whichiust whichmwt whlc whlcoust
mwt oust reflect refet kle on their own Intelligence Integono and andBaron andabity andbility
bility bilityBaron
abity abityDn Baron Kaneko declared delmtat that Japan couldever could couldercr ooud ooudDeer
ever Dn agree Keko to t any an form of arbitration arbitrton of ofer ofher ofer
her Deer er controversy aE with Russia RUEla toward towar which whichts whichisreportod
It ts isreportod onteIY eportod overtures wt are to bo b made mo by byWgland b bEglad byitgland
Wgland 181Pr unless unles overur the Czar C7 agreed to the theopreBervlng theropoeitOflB 1Q 1Qpropoltion8
Eglad propoltion8 ropoeitOflB of the Mikado age with rgar regard
to 0 opreBervlng preservIn the thE integrity Irtegrty of Manchuria Manchuriand Machura Machuraand
and nd prrll Cores Cra with tho guarantee guart of peace pa in inLSThat inAsia Inhe
Asia
AsiaTtl LSThat he said Md 9A U L our sole object objet In this thisror thiswar thisrex
war rex Ttl We We V e seek 6ek no territory trtor There i was wasperiod Willia wasperiod
a period of f six months month when this th8auggestol th8auggestolfor suggestion suggestionar
for prod arbitration could have been n made It Iti I
ar
abitrton of I Im 1am Im
Is i too late now Tho peoplo afl Japan
t certain will oppose it itBironKancko I Itl3aron
am m
BironKancko Baron crin Kanoko Janell 1 opp wftl wi will bo b the guest of honor honort
at t a large dinner to bo b given en tonight at It Itthe atie
n L Wood Woodrd VoodWe
the Jo ie University Univerity Club by Stewart Stwar
ford rd
We Carry cry Arm and Not Hopes HopesSptctal Rope RopesSpeeat
Sptctal CaW Cd 01257i Dttpateh DPaCho Jo to TBB Ta Tu sos StrwPABIS SUI sosPAula
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PAula April Apri 13 lSrho Tho Journal JOUJa print pnnt this thistory thisoI7
tory When surprise was expressed that thatothlng thatnothing thatothiag
urri expr
nothing had been heard herd of any an Japanese Japaneserisoners Japne Japneprsn Japaneserisonera
risoners ha along bn the Corpan Corean frontier rrnter Gen GenUshtchenko GenUshtohenko GenMlsbtheno
prsn Mlsbtheno Ushtchenko er replied rped We carry cary arms 1M and andot andnot
not ot ropea
rp
rpTe
The Te Weather Weatherfair WeatliarFair eather eatherIalr
fair weather Wllber prevailed prealed over all 11 1 the country countryMttrdsy cnlr cnlrealeray cQentT cQentTt
scattered liowcrs In Inwwra Inwler incsterfl
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Ara in this city the Ibeday day was f fflr lr and cooler coler wind windrtslc windrisk Ind Indbrsk
clY
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1SSIA1T HARD HARContinued HARDConllrnzed
Continued Crfn from rein First t Page Pageput pagput Pageput
put to sea lalnpursult In pair irauit suit of part prt of the te onerajsquadron enemy onemyl onemylsUdrn enemysquadron
squadron sUdrn In view vew however of an I Icrease In Inoreaee Ii Iicrease
crease In tho enemys onmys number nlmberto to thin thlrvessels thirty thirtyvCels thinvessels
vessels vCels our ou squadron Iq adron returned returne to t troadstead tho thor0tad ti tiron4tead
roadstead r0tad ron4tead Tho Potropavlovek Petropvlovsk came camecontact omo camecontact In Incnt
contact cnt t with a Bubmarino 8ubrlno mine Oi Oisquadron Our OurfUron Otsquadron
fUron squadron entered erre tho harbor The Japai Japaicso Japn Japneisundron
cso eisundron squadron is lying Iylngor Iyingfr off Llaotishan LlaotishanSEA Llaotfhal LlaotfhaliEA
SEA iEA nojrrtNo FIGfING RESUMED RESUMEDIt IBSUMEI EaUMEUIt
It I Is rumored rmored bore bnrythiit that the fighting fghtng c cPort ot otPort aPort
Port Arthur rthur was Wi resumed Teled this ti aftornoo aftornooAdmiral aftornociAdmiral aCornon aCornonAdmira
Admiral Admira Ukhtomsky being heln engaged wit wlleighteen wih wiheighten witeighteen
eighteen eighten Japanese Japeee vessels vesselsAdmiral vesselsAdmiral eslls esllsAdmiral
Admiral Moles 1011111 was n among those thO kill killon kJe killeon
on tho Potropuvloysk Potropvloysk At the moment momentthe i itho of oftho
tho explosion an aide shouted flhoutd to Qrar QrarDuke Grd GrdDkeCI OnazIThikeCyril
Duke DkeCI ThikeCyril Cyril to jump into Int the th sea eea The ale alewas aide atewas
was w was killed kied Grand Duie Vladimir Vladimirphysician Vladimirphyician Vladimirphysician
physician phyician loft tonight for Port Por Arthur I Iattend to toatendGrand I IattendGnand
attend atendGrand attendGnand Grand Duke Dulo Cyril CyrilTho Cyri CyrilThe
Tho dlsa dleer diaiier er has hl stunned ttunne tho city Tl Tlloss Tbloss rhe
loss 10 of Admiral Adllrl MakarofT 1nkarof is felt to be bemore bemom 1
more mar severe sever blow than thomas th10s of tho shi shiTho ship shipTin ahiiTIm
Tin consternation conltcrnton far exceeds oxces that pro prtducod producd prcducoci
ducod ducd by b the initial misfortunes mlfortune of th thwar tho thowar Ii Iiwar
war The Russians HU6slnH arc ae an emotional Imotinal peopl peopland peplo peopiand I Iand
and officials ofcials as well wel a a as tho 10 public uncut undiiguisodly undisglsoly uncutguisedly
guisodly glsoly wept when they heard tho newi newiof nowiof i iof
of which thoy only speak pal now in tremblin tremblinvoices tremblng tremblngolcs tremblinvoices
voices voicesIt olcs olcsH
It is characteristic chAracterlRtc of Russia nu sia that whll whllthe w1iIthe
wJUe wJUethe
the catnstrophe cattropho was WI known kow carly In th thday the theday tbday
day in imperial and official ofcial quartern cjuatr th thnews the thenews thnews
news only ony percolated perclated slowly Ilowly through th tharistocratic tho thoarlstocrutlc titluistocratic
aristocratic and middle classes ca during th thday tho thodAy thclay
day and did not reach r h tho populaco at al aluntil al aiuntil
until unt evening eVO ng when the newspapers nOWApapr wer werauthorized weroauthorlcj werauthorized
authorlcj authorized to issue special Apecal editions editionsThe Idilons IdilonsTho editionsThe
The news newscnusod caused cnld great grat emotion pmoton in th thstreets thistreets the thestrEt
strEt streets People struggled Itrugglec to obtain obtin oople oopleof oplesof
of the papers paprs the illiterate iitrat grouping them themsolves themolves themttelves
olves solves around arund anybody anyboy who would rent reoialoud rn rentaloud
aloud The T impression Imrlon generally producoi producoiwas produod produodw producowas
w was that of gloom The police polce orderei ordereiall orderd orderdall
al all restaurants rstaurant closed clOd at 0 oclock ocok an a token tokeiof tokenof tokmof
of mourning mouring and tho people poplo at that hour houwent houiwent hourwent
went sorrowfully sorrowfuly to their homes homesW71 homo homoE homeswt
W71 E FIGHT FIlT AT PORT ARTHUR ARTHViiInninn ARTHURfnsfan AflTHURRussian
fnsfan Russian Cruiser culler Ilayan an and Two 110 Othe OtheVessels Otbertsell OtheiejeIs
Vessels tsell ejeIs Slay Ia Have laH Been Cut 1t OfT OfTSpiclal 01 01ptla OtTSpecial
Special ptla Cable Deipatch Depael to Tttt TlC Son SonWElHAlWElApril SUI SowVEIHAIWEIApril
WElHAlWElApril WEIHAIWEIAprl 13Judging 13ud ing from frm th thport the therprt thtreport
rprt report port of the Ile British Brtsh gunboat Esplgle Epl Espi gle an anthpr and andother andthyr
other > reports reprtt received reive herothe hortho naval nnvalacton nnvalactonorr actlo actloff actiorIT
orr ff Port Arthur Arthu today today was Wi severe sever while whlo I Ianted It Itasted It Itlall
lall anted So far farM as can bo ascertained asrtslne th thRussian tho thonusla thcRussian
nusla Russian cruiser crisr Bayan was steaming steamlniaward stming stmingtowar steamingoward
towar award Port Arthur from the direction directon o oho of ofth olho
th ho Yalu River RiverTho merTho RiverThe
Tho Japanese Japne battleship bttPhlp Asahi hl and ad four fouirulsers four fourorsr fourrulserie
orsr irulsers tried trll to tocut cut her alT The weather woatheras wethor wethorWilli weathervas
vas somewhat smewhat hazy which hlch preventeertaln prevented preven preventedectuin e <
crtai ertaln knowledge Imowlogo of what happened happne but 1 1eeraed It Itsemed itteemed
semed teemed on though the Bayan Dy was success successully eUC9 successuliy
ully evading tho Japanese Japne0 vessels vesselsThe vesselsThe eeI9 eeI9Tho
The cruiser cier Afikold Akold which hlch could culd be dis disIngutahed dlstlghcdlyher disInguished
tlghcdlyher Ingutahed hyjier five fiy funnels fnoladbtUe anda battle battlehip hattiehip
hip hlpaipetty apparently of f the he Pobieda Pobia type t put pulut puto putdt
o ut t from morn Port Por Arthur Arthur hu to help the Bayan Bayantier Bayanhcr Byan
TO tier firing fg was waontnuou continuous i ntlnuoua and heavy heavyTlxe he hearyThe
The 1he outcome utome uto rne cannot Cnot be breprt reportedfully reportedfullyut reported fully fullybt fullytut
bt ut the Bayan Dyn wa was seen sen later latr with wih a column columnf clum
of f steam stem escaping ecping from her suggesting suggestinghat suggoA ng nght
ht hat she had been bn damaged dmage It I Is rumored rumoredut rmorod rmorodbut
but ut without any ay confirmation cnmton that she shend 8heand shend
and nd the two to other vessels TCol were cut ct ctafd off offpd offpdcvere
afd pdcvere pd ere unable uble to return rtur to Port Por Arthur Arthurt Au
It t t is stated stte that the Japanese Japane subsequently subsequentlyombardod subeuenty subeuentybmbarded subsequentlyombarded
bmbarded ombardod the fortress fortressTOGOS forre forreTOGOS fortressTOGOS
TOGOS SPIRITED tPIRITED APPROACH APPROACHireat APPlOACn APPlOACnGreat
Great Fleet Fret of Forty For Vessels Velln In Splendid SplcndliArray SplmdhJAra SplendidArray
Array Ara Went ent to Port Por Arthur ArthurSptctat Ahu AhuPc ArthurpectaI
Sptctat Pc Cable C4 DtifOteit DPm to I it THB T Sox SoxLONDON SI SILONDON SowLoNDON
LONDON April Apri 14 HTho The Times prints prit a aiespatch adepath aespatch I
depath iespatch dated dat Mor Off Port Por Arthur Arhur and ad sent sentiy 8entby senty
by iy y wireless wiles telegraph to toWeiUaiWolwhich toWeiUaiWolwhichays WeiHalWol which whichays whic whicaays
ays that tat Japanese torpedo toredo boats boat attacked attackedort ataed ataedPor
Por ort Arthur Artur early erly Wednesday Weeay morning morninghe moring moringThe
The he bombardment bolnbaront began at 945 94 oclock in inhe i inlie
tbe he morning morningIn moring moringIn
In another aoter despatch the correspondent correspondentays corsondet corsondetsya
sya aye
aysAt At 430 o tills tlli morning morig in I the dun di light lightnd lightnd lght lghtad
ad nd amid rain rin squalls suali I saw S8 a squadron suru of ofrarahips ofwarlpfl ofrarehips
rarahips In line ahead steering a course courseImilor courselxnUaz
warlpfl I lne nen sterig oure ouresii
sii Imilor to our own ow As Al the to light liht increased increasedproved Incred Incredit increasedproved
it proved pr e to t be a Japanese Japal squadron squarn of ofix ofsix ofIx
six ix battleships bltUehlps followed folowe by a first firt class classrulser cie ciecrLrlurn l lruiser
crLrlurn rulser squadron Six ships Ihlpl wore wer In the thene tholie theno
lie ne ahead aead the third thir and ad fourth four vessels vesselsolng ve8 ve8beig vesselscing
beig olng theKasuga ihoKuga and NUahln which were weretaking wer wermaig wereinking I
maig taking their teir first frt appearance appearac in the te fleet fleethe feot feotThe fleetlie
The he Mlkasa llka was wa leading leadingThey leadingTOY lead log logThoy
They TOY were er shaping shapng their course OOUT for forort forPor tenort
Por ort Arthur Arhu Forty Fory miles mies distant from tromth fromin
th 10 port pr the battleships Jtlehp draw drw out at full fullseed ful fulsp fullpeed
seed and tho Kasuga Kluga and Kisshln Nlbln left lor leftjo
sp tbe 10 cruisers crflr and joined joied the battleships btteships btteshipstho battleshipsiG
tho 10 othercruisers othprcnl othpn cruisers r remaining reminig behind bhind Tho ThoitervaL To ToInteral ThottervaL
Interal itervaL between btwen them tom was maintained maintainedy mntained mntainedby
by y the destroyer detroyer division and a despatch despatchoat depth depthboat
boat boatM oat
oatAs M As A we neared nare Port Por Arthur wo found two tworat twofnt tworst
fnt rat class cl and nd four second Iend class clls cruisers cruisersready cruir cruirn1ad cruiserstrendy
ready there th ThIs squadron had covered coveredle
n1ad r squarn cYre cYrethe
the le torpedo tord boat attack atak which w loh was made madei ma0 ma0In
In i the sraalLhours smL hou of the morningThe morning morningTim morningTbo
Tim battleships batUl hlp now hoisted ho8te their thei fight flghtig fght fghtIng
steamed In formation the theikosa thoMlkamdMlg theikasa
Ing ig flogsand flags aand anti Itome foratl
MlkamdMlg ikosa leading and tho now no ships shlp bringing bringingP
within Ithln six miles of Port ATmra AT Ariurs
up P tho rear rar to mUp Por A Athura
thura mra frowning promontory promontoryAt prmontory prmontoryAt
At 1020 102th jO2Othqshore < th shore ho batteries baterie opened opned but butlelr blt blttholr butieir
tholr lelr fire fr was only onlyd desultory ultory and it seemed eecmedj sed sedRsthough
Rsthough j though Admiral Togo was a making maklg a aimonstra ademontrl airnonstnaiOU
demontrl irnonstnaiOU imonstra ion rather than a bombnrd bombnrdent bombnrdmont
mont eat Threotlmos Tb Three tmes times his fighting fghtig squadron squadronrcled squron squroncried squadronrcled
cried rcled aroUml arotnd in front of the enemys enemysjsltlon cnomya cnomyapollon 000Inyesition
pollon jsltlon drawing a desultory deultor fire fr and ad at atxw atno1 atOIt
no1 xw OIt Admiral Togo withdrew withdrw hU hi battle battlelips batlo batloship battlelips
ship lips to the southft south southIt iutb iutbIt
It WI was Inspiring plrlng to k see I how the powerful powerfulundrpn pewerfullundran powerful1undrpn
lundran undrpn of fighting ghtng machines mhlne8 manauvred manauvredho mnl mnlTho
Tho ho battleships btteslps went boldly In while whlo the thess
10 ss protected prtet vessels CJ manoeuvred mcvr with withicm withth withtern
th tern m conforming conforing to their evolutions evoluton at atBnfer atII atsafer
II safer distance distanceLater dltmc dltmcLltral distanceLrster
Later Lltral although boh I went wentcloeer closer clor to Portrthur Port Portrthur Por
Arthur rthur than tha I had over been bn before bfor I saw sawBlgn fW fWno sawsign
no > sign Ilgn of any anynuFmn Russian shipping Ihlpplng The Thetells Te Teshfl Thetells
shfl tells which fell nearest n9rt to us UI exploded explodedi exploed exploedon
on i Impact frpct with Ith tho water watr The To Japanese Japaneseononivring Japne JapneJllng Japaneseancwuvrlng
Jllng ononivring was at eighteen eightn knots < an anur l lhour anme
hour ur > As for fa M M I could culd see e they the suffered suffereddamage sfer sferno suffereddamago
no > dla damage Ml ps4Tho MlThe
Tho expenditure exptdltu of nmmunltlon ammunton was w
small 1 sjnil mil It waa Ws as a magnlflceht ialr magnlflc rtt iit ibroe ibroemost r rOe 1 1m08t e em
most m tpwofu powerful individual Individua fleet fet Ind IndthatSeyerH IndO IndOthatevsafled lo
thatSeyerH t thatevsafled t v i sailed I the EasternBOOB EasternBOOBcludJngtho Estml8 Easten In IncJu J Jc1t4lngtho
cludJngtho cJu gi1o forpedocraft rfocrnft there eT werefo werefoJaponeeoveKiols weyefoi weyefoiJapaneno Terorty TerortyJapne8ve
JaponeeoveKiols JaponeeoveKiolsIn Japne8ve Japaneno veu ls lsn lstnanoth
In tnanoth n atiother r despatch delptch the U correspond correspondsays crepondent crepondenteYB comrespondtsays
says eYB that although the theCo Corean n ports hi hiceased hve hvecn haceaed
ceased cn to be b centres cntl of main nn mlUtarylnt mlUtarylntcattho mltlnter mltlnterCt miUtaryIntieat
cattho eat Ct the Japanese Japhcee aro ar still Itl rcenforclng fleniorlng th thfirst tbfirst 1elr 1elrfirst
first army ary with wih reserve resr battalions battalionsMAKAROFF battlon battlonlrAHAROFF battalions2IIAKAROFF
MAKAROFF lrAHAROFF nttS WA W115 ItETREATlNG ItETREATlNGSpeculation 1 ItETREATINOSpeenlatloit TnEATlrG TnEATlrGpeeuaton
Speculation That lie lilt a Japanese tl tlRussias tll tllt
peeuaton Tat 10 Jt > Jpnte lae laeRmlaa
t Russias Depleted Jleed Fleet FleetSpteiot Ftet fleetvptcfaJ
Spteiot SpeCa paW e Dtiaatelt D pueh to IoTnaSmt IoTnaSmtLoNpoy oTJsSt TrimSo TrimSoLONDON
LONDON Im PN April Apri 14 HIn In the lhoab absenceany absence absenceany enc of ofny
any ny Japanese Japeo report rportand and in view ow of t tfact the thefaot I Ifact
fact that the Russian nUlmn despatches deptc16 omit omitmention omitmention to tomenton
mention menton anything definite detI defl it9 9 abqut ab t a fl flnt fig figat ht htt
nt t Port Arthur A bur It cannot nnot be det det4iiitn det4iiitnwhat fmln fmlnwliat
what the exact oxct conditions ondltlon of the t theyenga theyengamont eengge eenggement engafe engafeinent
mont were wereThe wer wereThe
The reports rpr from Welhalwel Welhlw I whl whlore whloh whlohare whiare
are the only Independent Indepndent ones one are r rprecise not notprelee aprecise
precise prelee enough enugh to to afford aford much more mol th tha thn tha
a 1 basis bsis for speculation flpculatol The result rult of ofaction t taction the theacton
action acton is sufficiently snclenty evident hcwevtTho hcwevt hcoverTho hcwevThe
Tho Russians nus las were retreating rotretng under under t tshelter the theshelef tshelter
shelter shelef of their land Ind forts when hon the tle Pets Potipavlovsk potr potrplovsk Petspavlo4sk
pavlovsk pavlo4sk plovsk was blown up upDUcunion upDluMlon upDiscussion
Discussion DluMlon naturally naturly turns tur to to the questii questiiof qUeRt n nof
of responsibility r0Pnslblty for marking the mlt mltIf mlno mlnoI micIf
If I indeed Indle It was one 01 laid by tho theRUsslar theRUsslarOflcials Russiar RussiarOfflclnis Rufan8 Rufan8Ofcials
Offlclnis Ofcials at the Russian Embassy Eh8Y in InPlrs InPlrstold Patold Pa Paitold
told an Inquirer Inquirr that Admiral Adir Makan MakanrecenUy Maarot Maarotrtenty Makanrecently
recently rtenty caused caU the t e poaiUorm pliU 1 of all al UJo UJomine t tmines ti timines
mines mine to bo b surveyed survoye carefully carfuly and wi wicharacteristic wth wthchamcerlstlo wicharacteristic
characteristic chamcerlstlo vigilance vigianc and thoroughne thoroughnehe
he superintended Ruprntende the work personally personallyIt peronaly peronalyIt
It has boon bon generally generalY accepted acppted that tht tl tlJapanese the theJapnee tiJapanese
Japanese Japnee laid mines mine outside cutWe of r PortArthj PortArthjearly Po Port Athur Athurarly Arthi Arthiearly
early in March Marchand and 1L It It may m y have hvo been ben 01 01of ono onoof oiof
of these thto that caused caue the destruction destructionthe dttrclon Qf Qfthe <
the Petropavlovsk PetropavlovskThe PetropavloVk PetropavloVkTo
The To diminution of thestrength te the strength of tl tlRussian tho thonllal tiRussian
Russian nllal equadron is commented comet d upon goi goierolly gon gonerally goiaridly
aridly aa I a factor that thatwW will entail ent the grave graveconsequences gavest gavesteonlquenr graveconsequences
consequences eonlquenr for the Russians R tMs They Thoyhave Thoyhaveno hai hainow hainow
now no only throe thr battleships batteblpsthat that are ar n nknown not notknow ac acknown <
known know to be b damaged namely nlmely tlioSevasti tlioSevastipol U tliaSevasttpci nsvato nsvatopol
Their loads IOBSIin lose8 lose8In loadsin
pol Pereevlot Pervlot and Pobtedo Pob c
in ships ship thus far are a figured flurd here her as a beir beirthree bing bingthr beirtliieo
three thr battleships batteshlp two twoc cryleiers cisr r infne m i Ine ne alit shia ship shipa
a gunboat gnboat and ai two torpedoHoatdestroycr torpedoHoatdestroycrRear tori torpedo M tdetroyer tdetroyerBean dr traycr
Rear Rar Admiral Prince Prl Q Vkltotn8ky TJIchtomnky wiformerly wi WI weformerly
formerly fororly Naval Attache At4t Attiichof of fto tho Russia RussiaEmbassy RuBlan RuBlanFblr RussiaEmbassy
Fblr Embassy In London Lndoni He iatttiowhVo itownto be bea beaable a aable 1 1ablB
able officer ofcr but itU It Isn npfc aotexpected t e expected peotedtnthl peotedtnthlwi that Ii Iiwill 1 1will
will wi retain reti the te command1 cmQan commnn J Ailn MmirtII dnlrol Skryc Skrycloff Sknd Skndloa Skrycloft
loa Is naturally ltumlly suggested slgg to unofllclally unofllclallytho nemc ly I Itho a atIm
tho successor 8UCCsor of Admiral Adnal1naror TUnkarofT bx bxAdmiral b UtAdmiral t tAdmirl
Admiral Admirl Rozhdestveneky nzhdesten k whowiifl wl selecte selecteto selcted selctedto
to command cmmand the Baltic B tr squadron fquadrn U i alt altmentioned al60 al60mentone ajementioned
mentioned mentone for the 10 place placeLONDON pl plLNDON i3 i3LONDOb
LONDON LNDON April Apri 14TheTimcs 14 1loTime TheTimc comment commentlag rommenlng mment
lag ng on the losfe lo of the Potropavlovsk k point pointmt poilts poiltsoht poiptout
mt the discrepancies dlrepancl0btwethe between the Russia Russiaifflcial nU8slanofcil Russiaofficial
ofcil official messages mge and thosoqf thooqf I hose a its correspond correspondmt crrepond crrepondent
mt It Bays f there wan no sally Mly of the Rut RutIan RUI RUIIlan flueelan
Ilan Ian fleet fiet and tho correspondent corrMpndent did nc nceo not notleo nosee
leo see eo any Russian Rulan ship shp Moreover Morover ho he owl evilently ovldenty owliently
denty lently was not aware of the sinking c othe cho of ofthe
the ho Petropavlovsk PetropavlovskThoiZ7c8 Petropvlolk PetropvlolkXi PotropavlovakrhqTi
that th t it must hay haviocurred hayomiirecl
ThoiZ7c8 rhqTi Xi 6 deduces deUccs mut hlvj hlvjored
ored ocurred before bfore 430 and ad says sfl it is postlbl postlblhat palble palbletbat poitsibihat
tbat hat the mine wan wi a Japanese JaM Jiqan ao e torpedo torpedotrematks t9reo t9reoItrmrk torpedotrematks
Itrmrk trematks that tiat Ui UeRuahi the RuaelSaj feecm f eY toUS toUSnine td tts tts1no 8e 8eine
ine nine and an torpedo t tedo as a conyertible onf rtblo rttble terms termsContinuing terrrii terrriiontinulng
Cntnung Continuing tho rime says Ela it ltloak8al Iooksa8 II IIhe I Ibe If Ifthe
the be Petropavloavk Petrpalovlt was caught in 1n in the road roadlead roadstd roadtoad
std lead by the torpedo toreo boats batanl and an l as ° 9 I If f tni tnither the theothe thither
othe ther ships ehip deprtl deprived of ofthelr their Admiral Admiraletlrod Admirlrtre Admiral Admiraletired
rtre etlrod Into tho Inner harbor 11 jhor before bef r thiapanese the theJapanee thulapanese
Japanee apanese fleet flet reached rhe PortArthur PortArthurThis PorArthur PorArthurThis PorVArtl cur curThis
This view seemed sme to bo b confirmed contred by byAdmiral byAdmirl byh4mimal
Admirl Admiral Gregorovitcho Gregoroltho dnspatcli de pth whlclays whieltays which which8Y
8Y ays The To Japanese JapantA squadron squarol11lipproach squarol11lipproachIng approach ilpproachng
Ing ng The To correspondent corspndnt saw aw it approach approachng ApproachIng approachnit
Ing ng but the torpedo tro boat bat attack atMk occurrec occurreclours ocrtirred ocrtirredtours rlr rlrhour
hour tours earlier earlierMoreover earler earlierMoreover
Moreover Jorcr It In II hardly harly conceivable oncelvablr thai Urn1L tbata
a L single mine would send 8enef a battleship bnt hlp U Uho to totbo tche
tbo ho bottom botom with such fearful fearul rapidity rapidityhough mpldltythough rapidItybough
hough tho simultaneous lmultnol explosion explOlon of sev eeviral severl sevteal
erl teal torpedoes torpedoe would be b far more destruo destruoMAKAROFFS destruclye
lye
MAKAROFFS UlOFS VISIT vrrT HERE HEREludled II IIEILItIldiPd ERE ERE8huUt
8huUt ludled Ice Hosts noat on our Great Gret tAk tAknd Lkt Lktnd Lakes Lakesnd
nd Made ade Use or Their TeIr ideas IcletsMibWATJKBB Ides IdesILw ideasMiLwUEEE
MibWATJKBB ILw AUJF WU April Apri 13 15Vico Vicfl Vic Ad Adlira Admal Adniral
mal niral lira Makaroff Makrol earned eane a large part p of h hiputation hi hits hitseputation
rputaton iputation on a a trip to the United Unit State Statend Stat Statand Statesnd
and nd the Great Grat Lakes Lk region rgion where ho stud studd Itud Itudle
le d 1 the Ice crushers crushr In I use wand and embodIed ombodieiclr emboied emboiedtheir embodIedheir
their heir characteristics ohaatrltc In his hi great gat Ermack Ermackhich Emck Emckwhich Enmackrhich
which hich made mde his reputation reputaion as nsa a naval nval do deigner dosignr doigner I
signr igner ignerHo ignerIto
Ho 10 came ce to America Aorlca when whenatl still tstiila a Captain Captaine
He to e had hd letters leter to well known know Michigan Michlgaiten
men ten He made his hs headquarters headquatr at Mug Mugegon Mut Mutkegan Musegon
th the lake from fronere fromher fromeneand
kegan egon Mich just JUt across aroM th lke
her eneand ere and ad studied tha tecarfere thecarfemnies car ferries then in use usee UB UBHe useFe
He Fe e made frequent frun trfps trps to Manltowoi Manltowoind Maltwoo Maltwooand
and nd Kewaunee Iewaune to learn lear what were tho thieoesslties thonotlie thoeoessities
notlie eoesslties of those tho harbors habor in winter wintr anc ancow and andhow andow
how ow the difficulty difclty of navigation navlgatan through throughfields throughIce
Ice e fields field8w was avoided avoidedHe avoidedHe
He then made mde a trip trp to Sault Sle fle Marie Mariehero Mare Marewhore Maderhero
whore hero IcecruBhers Icecnlsher are ar I in n general use and andudiod andstudied andudied
studied udiod their lelr charaoteristica charoteHltClo also These Theeoleas Teo TeoIde Thesebaa
Ide leas he embodied ombodle with borne or Improve Improvelents Imprve Imprvement improveloots
ment lents in the Russian Rusian bata atB which are ar In Innnernl Ingtnem Inenemal
nnernl use for opening opning icelocked loloe harbors harborsnd hror hrorand harborsnd
gtnem f fCXARIXA rCZAIJIA
and nd also on or Lake Le Baikal BalknJ BaikalCARINit
CXARIXA CZAIJIA OVERCOME OVERCOMEalls OViP vvpco2iii vvpco2iiiails UI UIFals
Fals alls Weeping eeplnJ Into the tt Anal Mi of th il10rand il10randDnehr tiss Grand GrandDnehRts CnanilUnebess
DnehRts Dnehr Vladimir lall 1llo Mother if or C CTI CTIFrnl Cyril Cyrilfrom > TlI TlIfrom
Frnl from Talc TIC HUN Corret CrreSn Correspondtdit > oncketit C sViSt IC Peteriburc PeteriburcST pelerbur pelerburST eteT3buTgSr
ST PKTKnsBuna April l3 isThe The Grand Granduchess Granduchess
PRT snUo Ornd OrndDucbe
Ducbe uchess Vladimir receive rolvel a telegram teleg this thislornlng thismoring thiscoming
moring coming from frm frombersont16rsfld her eon tont tlje Grand Grndtu1e Puke Cyril Cyrillying Cri Cri8ylng Cyriltying
8ylng lying that his wounds ound were re not 10t severe severehen sver sverWhen severethen
When hen the Czar received r lvo despatches despathe giving givingill livingful
ill accounts acounts of oUhe the disaster diter to the 10 Petropav Petropavivsk Petrpv Petrpvlovk Potropavyak
ful lovk yak he sent snt a ncourier courier to toPeterlmt Peterhof where wher wherbe wherece
be 10 wife wif of Admiral Admirl Makaroff rtk f resides rldes to toinvey tocomey toinivey
invey his hi condolences cp cpiidolcit dolc M os to her herTho herTho herThe
Tho Czarina visited vit th the Grand Gmrd Duchess Duchessladlmlr Duchessladimir DuoheMVldimr
Vldimr ladlmlr CrO Her 10r Majesty M jeet was WI overcome oeromo by byer byher byen
her er emotion emoton and fell foi weepinginto weping Into the arms armst ar arof
of t the thtGmnd th Grand Duchess DuchessVUSBR D Duchess4ISEIt l0 l0rUEI
rUEI VUSBR SENDS COXDOLEXCES COXDOLEXCESyt CI nOLF OES OESSa
Sa 135 yt MakarofTs Jlakaroll MskaroTsPCattiI I Death aUI Is I > a Loss L to the theNavies theSnles theavIeu
Navies avIeu of r the Whole hole World WorldSpecial WorldpraaZ orlt orltspe
Special spe Cable Cd e Deipatch DtP eo to THE TnJ Sew SewROMH R RApdl ticsROMI7
ROMH > April 13 13Emperor Emperor William Wiiam has haslegraphod hl lieslegraphad
telegph legraphod to the Czar Czr baying Myln Russian Russianourntng nu88lanmouring flusslanourning
mouring ourntng Is 11 German Oprmn mourning maurlg Tho death deatha deth dethof
of a man like lke AdtnlralMakarpff AdmlralMakaroff AdrlmUIAarot U 8 a loss 108 to toe totbe toe
tbe e navies D11 of thewhole world1 world1MEMORIAL worl wdnla wdnlahIEIOItIAL V VUE10nlL
MEMORIAL UE10nlL SERVICE TODAV TODAVit TODAI TODAIe TODAis
it e Crt Cr to Attend Utnd One Oe In tie Chapel Oapel of oflite oftie ofIlls
Ills tie Admiralty Admiraltytorn Admll AdmllJm
torn mm Tea Ta lION UN Oorrejpondent erponnta at St Peteriburc PeteriburcST Ptlrburc PtlrburcST
ST PBTrBsBtjna PlenUIO April 13 13Fnerllr l3FunenaI Funeral ser serjeo
10 jeo for those thOB who who loatthelr 10t lost helr liveson 1vOon the
PENN5VLVA1 ESYLV I ii RAIROAD RAIROADThe KM ROAD ROADThe
The TheShort Shortest st Line to the theWorlds Worlds Fair FairThe
The St Louis Loui Limited is one of the qotable Iotabl zotab1 trains tins of the world worldIt worldI
I It is i an uptodate uptodate hotel locomotory locomotor Hotel Hote service seice is reflected refeced in its itsappointment itsappointment itslppointment
appointment lppointment Even the stenographer w 1 is on board boad for f tbeac the accommodation accommodationof ac mmodaton mmodatonof mrnodation mrnodationof
of patrons ptrons without wtbout charge chage Ladies Ldies have a maid at call aII lL The Te table dhote dhoteservice dhoteselice dhoteservice
service selice of the dining cars cs is unexcelled unexcelledThese uneceled uneceledTe unexceliedThese
These Te e features fe ture add a zest zet to travel trvel which makes make it a aples pleasure c rather ratherthan rter rterthan ratherthan
than an undertaking No extra exr fare fareA fae faeA fareA
A similar simia train eastbound and twoother tw two othe other thoroughlyequipped trains trainsmakes trainsm trainsmakes
makes m e the the New York YorkSt YorkSt St Louis Luis train trin service serce matchless matchles on onTHE onTHE onTHE
THE THE STANDARD RAILROAD Of Or AMERICA AMERICAFull AMERICAFul
Full Ful information inforation as a to rates rte and tickets at all aUriketAgencie aUriketAgencienWOOD Ticket Agencies Agenciesj
j 1 n nWOOD WOOD WOODPassenger OEO GEOWDOY W flOYD DOYDUeneral flOYDPassenger
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Petropavlovsk Potrpavlos wi will bo h heldln helin the mornlin morale morning morningIn moralein
in the chapel of or the Admiralty Admlmlt The Cz Czwill Czar Czarwi Cxiwill
will wi attend atend The fetes f tj In honor of t tsurvivors the thesurlvol U Usurvivors
survivors surlvol df the Varlag and Korletz whl whlwero whloh whlohwero whicwere <
wero sunk sunl at Chemulpho have been brn cacelled ca can cancolhd Calcelled
celled celledThe colhdhe celledThe
The he loss 101 of Admiral Makaroff Makarol has ha caus causconsternation causd causdconsteraton cansaConsternation
consternation consteraton hero her Th The Admiralty Admlmlt hi hichosen had hadohosen hachosen
chosen another Admiral to t cooperate coopora wl wlhim withim wlh wlhhim
him owing to to his hi recklessness recklesnessEARLY rkles recklessnessEARhY nee neeEiR1
EARLY EiR1 XEHS OF 0 01 FIGHTING FIGIITIXGDrtpatchei FIIITINO FIIITINOD FIGHTINGflespatches
Drtpatchei D < patChl That Thstindleatd Indicated Imlratrd a Serious O OOIT Cah CahOI 41a1 41a1fliT
fliT OI Port Arthur ArthurSpecial trlhurtpeclal rthurperal
Special peral Cable Cd e Despatthit Depath to Tni Tn Sax SDKCUBFOO SI SaxCuaroo
CUBFOO April Apri 13 13A A private privat despa despafrom despath despathfrom despatefrom
from Port Arthur says sY8 that the Japonattacked Japon Japos Japaneattacked
attacked atncke the tle port prt at daylight daylght today T Tfull The Theful Ti Tifull
full ful Russian Uuslan fleet fot went ent out under Admlr AdmlrMakaroff Admial AdmialMaknrof AdmiriMakaroff
Makaroff Maknrof and assisted Islste by tho forte fort dro drooff drove drooff
off 01 the Japanese JapanesoWEIHAIWEI JapaneseWEIH1WE1 Japanel
WEIHAIWEI April Apri 13 131ho The British DrlUshwnr DrlUshwnr8hlp wa waship waiship
ship Espleglo Epl Espi gle loan on her way ay to 0 this ths port prt an anwhile ad adhlo anwhIle
while hlo off 01 Port Arthur this morning moing at da dalight day daylght daylight
light lght heard heardheyy heavy firing frlng and saw sw tho flatof flat fah fahof tiesof
of guns She could make out a fUgahl fUgahland flgshiand lgshlpand
and three thre other warships in tho distance distoncbut distancebut distanesbut
but could coull not tell their nationality nationalityCHEPOO nationaly nationalyCnEPoo nationalityClrxroo
CHEPOO CnEPoo April Apri 13 Noon NoonThe Tho captain captainthe cptain a athe of oftho <
the steamer steaer Lookshan LoksMn from Nowchwani Nowchwanireports Sewchwanj Nowchwanlreports
reports that he heard hear heavy and conthit conthitOUH contlu contluou contnuOtis
Otis ou firing fring from S I to 7 oclock oclok this raornln raornlnin morning morningIn
in the direction dirton of Port Arthur Arthu No N war waiships warship warships
ships wero visible From the sound h hjudged ho hojudge hjudged
judged judge that the fighting fghtng was In progrec progrecat progr
at the entrance of Port Arthur ArthurLONDON Ahu Arthur1ONDON
LONDON April Apri 13 J3A A news agency de dtspatch deIrth despatch
spatch Irth from frm Tengchnu via 1 Chefoo toda todareports toay toayreport todarelortct
reports that tho Hound found of very heavy hevy fit fitIng fr frIn firing
Ing In was heard at OulO 6 10 oclock oclok this thll rnornin rnorninbetweon moring moringbtwon morninibetween
between btwon there thel and Port P rt Arthur It I I Ithought Is Isthought I Ithought
thought to have been bcn the long expecto expectosea expte
sea fight fght among aROIj the Miaotao Mlnlo Islands IslandsThe lEllandl IslandsThe
The Japanese Japanee flagship fagship Asahi was wa seei seeioff sen senof seciofT
off of Chofoo yesterday yoteray going westward westwardThere Wetwa westwardThere
There Thlu is 1 little ltle doutt qoult that the rest rt of th thJapaneso thJapalen thJapatiese
Japaneso Japalen fleet fet wan Wi near at nand nnd The fleas Russlan fleassian
sinn fleet felt was 1 seen sn outside outlide Port Por Arthu Arthuyesterday Arthuyesterday rhu rhuyptemay
yesterday yesterdayima yptemaylAIU8 yesterdayPAStS
PAStS April Aprl 13 13A A despatch deatch to to th thJournal thiJournal te teJornal
Journal Jornal from frm St Petersburg PotollJrg of yesterday yesterdaydate yeterdaY8 yeterdaY8datA yesterdayidate
date say thnt news nshl has been ben received rvethat rvethattbe reeelredtha reeelredthathe tha thathe
the Jnpaneeo Jlpnrlllappeard appeared off of Port Arthur Arthuion Arthuron
on Monday Mon ay Admiral MakarofT Makarllmmoi Makarllmmoiatly immedi immedintely Immedintely
ntely atly proceeded prCoe to sea a fifteen fCenmle miles nni nniunhesitatingly ancunhesitatingly nd ndunhtlatngly
unhesitatingly unhtlatngly offered orrcre tho enemy eemy battle battleTho bate battleThe
The Thocnemydlppca enemy enetnydisappearod disappeared In I thedlrection te diction o oST of oflewch oNewchwgii
L Lsf
Newchwgii lewch ii iiST
ST PETEBsntrno PEERSBuO April Apr13I8 13 13It It Is offlciall offlciallstated omcly omclyItato offlciIistated
stated Itato that t t a t warship warhlp and several sererl junk junkof jun junof junkiof I
of suspicious appearance appearanc were wprlightol sighted ol oltho o othe
the port bf tf Newchwnng N wclwang on Monday night nightbut nighthit nIghthut
but hit when the 1m Ruselan RUtslln guns uns opened one at t 1 a
4000 O yard yunJ range rnRo thoy withdrew withdrewsKinnrsiiiXG wltlreSKlUrrSllJG withdrewSKII1IIIS1IIXG
sKinnrsiiiXG SKlUrrSllJG m oN v THE Til XALU XALUTwenlytwo J iLU 4LUTwentytwo iLUTwrntto
Twenlytwo Ilusslan nlsslan Infantrymen Jnrantrmen Klllec Klllecniillc Kled Kled1hle ILfiieUiilc
1hle niillc TryliiR J to Cross cil the the River RiverRptdot RhrrItCI flierCpclai
Rptdot ItCI Cal Cahf CoMe > lf Dispatch DCpalel la Tax Sun SunTOKIO SI SuitTeam
Team TOto April Apri 13 13Thero There has h been ben ehan ehanskirmishing shri shrifklrmlshlnl ahzeniskirmishing
skirmishing fklrmlshlnl on the Yalu Rlvor In odd oddlion adi aditon addition
lion ton to th the engagements ongnloment previously reported reportedtlio reprted reprtedtho
tho Japanese Japnee repulsed repuld a company of Rus Russlan Hussian Russlati >
slan infantry rho ho were tryIng tllng to cross orl the theriver thcriver thorivo
river rivo yesterday yesterylcllng killing twentytwo tctytwo of them themTho thomThe themThe
The Japanese Japanlo Buffered sufered no loss losaSomo 101 lossSome
Some Sme nonuniformed nenunlforme parties partC were olsc olscdriven a8o a8odrhon alacdriven
driven back between btwon Wiju and Yougampho YougamphoTlie Y ngamphoThe ugamphoThe
The Japanese Jnpnt cavalry captured twenty twentjRusflians twentyHUSlans twentyRussians
Russians HUSlans in other places plaO yesterday esteray A ARussian A ARusian ARussian
Russian Rusian party prty which landed near ne Yon Yonampho Yonampho Yonampho
ampho ca captured > ture < l twenty Japanese Japaneselliu JapaneO JapaneOJlo
lily Jlo ilunune Iulur e military miltry autliunlics luthurlUca report reportthat reprt reprtthat reportthat
that the thi Ojptaln Optln of the Japanese Japne worship worshipKolraon warshipKabnon llp llpKmn
Kolraon Kmn cii C cupomatitig porating pratng with Ith tho army amyon armyon on th t tie tieYalu e eYalu eYau
Yalu Yau River despatched a Lieutenant Leltenant and andfive ad adfe andfive
five fe warrant warrat officers ofcr and ad men in a Corean Coreanfishing Crean Creanhlng Coreanfishing
fishing hlng boat oat at up the river rive to reconnoitre reconnoitrelast rCnnoit
last lt Sunday SundayThe Sulay SulayThe SuthiayThe
The party prty encountered encoutere seven sven Russians Russianscrossing RU8ns RU8nscossing Russianserotsing
crossing cossing the Valu and opened opne fire f assisted assistedby Ilst assistedby
mounted shore Afterward Afterwardmore Afterwardmore
by moute scouts 10ul on ehor Atrar
more Russians Iulians came up in a large lage fl f tithing tithingboat thing thingboat bg bgbat
boat bat but all al finally fnaly retreated rtrat keeping keprg up uphe uphefr uphe
he hefr fire which lasted lt an hour and a half halfThe haI halfThe
The Russians nues regained regane the right bank and andescaped andoap andescaped
escaped having one killed kie and ad two wounded woundedThere wouded woudedThere woundedThere
oap There warts wer no casualties caualte on o the te Jape Japeae Japaneseside Japanese Japanesetide
ae tide tideLONDON
aeLONON LONON LONDON April Apri 13 ISAdmlr 13AdmIral Admiral Togos Tog ac account a aount soeount ¬
count ount of the first firt skirmish Ikllh on the Yalu con conDicta on onfe conmote
fe Dicta with that tba of the Russians Rula He says saysLieut aa aaLieut saysLleut
Lieut Yamaguchi Yaguchi with five fiv men be belonging belonging b ¬
longing to the ti cruiser cruir Kaimon Klmon entered entr the theYalu theYau theYalu
Yau Yalu In a Corean Crn junk and ad discovered dlvr on onSunday onSunday onSunday
Sunday at 2 oclock oclok a party of Russians Russiansleaving nUI1an8 nUI1an8l Russiansleaving
l leaving ang the th right rght bank ba of tho river rivr in a junk junkJTamaguchl junkYamaguchi junk
Yaguchi Yamaguchi attacked ataoke them ther a patrol patrl of ofnoun ofmount ofmounted
mounted noun ted Japanese on the left bank of the theriver theriver theriver
mount Japnee
river joining in the attack Meanwhile Meanwhilex 1enwhio 1enwhioa
a x second lond Russian IUin junk joined joie the first firstipening firstipening t toPnlng
oPnlng ipening fire fr on the Japanese Japan The Bus Rusilons Ri Busslis
ilons l finally fnaly retired lti readied reache the right bank bankind bankand bankrod
and fled le Inland InlandThe InmndTe inlandTho
The Te exchange exchang of fire fir last lat 80 8 minute minute3ne mlnutO mInutesne
One ne Russian RUn was wal killed kied and two were werevoundcd wer weroundo wererounded
rounded oundo Tho Japanese Jape had h no casualties casualtiesChe CaUatO CaUatOThe
The Japanese Japae found foud 400 40 cartridges carrldgO on n board boardhe b boardhe
he junks junksWe junk junksWe
We believe blev the Russians nUias were wer a cavalry cavalrymtrol ca1patrl cavalryatrol
patrl mtrol watching wathin the river rvr Yamaguohi Yamaguohiind Yaguohi Yaguohinnd
cad his hi men returned retune safely to the Ration KaimonMAKAROFFS Kalmon KalmontTKROFFS RationVAK4ROFPS
MAKAROFFS tTKROFFS NAVAL CAREER CAREERIne O41ElR O41ElROne
One of the Ablest Abltt Men Itn In the Service HIlo crvioe of ofnuula orRutAdmlral ofRuastaAtinslral
nuula RutAdmlral RuastaAtinslral Admiral Molais lolls Work WorkVice WorkVice WorkVice
Vice Admiral Admir Stepan Oslpovich Makaroff Makarofftad 1iaarl Male aroff aroffiad
ha tad been bn in the naval navalsrlo navalservlce service of the Czar Czarbrty Cz Czarorty
forty years yorsor or since he Ie was IB years yer old oldle oldle oldLie
le le was Wi an In Ensign for only two years yor and a alieutenant a aLloutelnt aieutennnt
Lloutelnt lieutenant six Eli years ye In the war wa with withurkey wth wthTrkey withurkey
Trkey urkey he commanded commnde the thognbotGmnd thognbotGmndDuke gunboat Grand Grandhike Granduke
hike Constantino COltantno which he himself himselfquipped blrl himselfsquipped
euipp quipped with torpedoes torpeO His 18 coolness coolnessntrepidity colnOI coolnessntrepidlty
Intrpidity ntrepidity and inventive Inventve genius gnlu8 won him himnpidpromotion himrnpldiprmoton himtepid
rnpldiprmoton npidpromotion tepid promotion He was made mo a Captain Captainor Cnptaln Cnptalnfor
for or his services selce in the TurcoRussian TuroRuMln War WarIn WarIn WarIn
In a four years yenr tour tOlr of tho world In the thelorvette theconela theorvette
conela lorvette Tltyoz Vltya ending in 1889 18 Makaroff Makaroffolloctod 11lkart 11lkartcolected Makaroffohiected
colected olloctod a lot of hydrographlo hydrgphic Informs Informaion Informsion Infor
ton ion that won a high premium prmlum at the Im Imlerlol 1mperl mmserial
perl serial Academy of Sciences Stences Ho was In Inpector Intector inpector
tector pector krc n chief of naval artillery aJer from frm
181 801 to ISM 18I and made mnde many improvements improvementsi Improvement
In i ordnance orlnce Ho commanded in turn tur the thetaltlo thuiattio
taltlo 110 and the Mediterranean Meiternean fleets fleetsIn fect fiestaIn
In 1899 189 18d while whie he was In charge chrg of the de deenoes de doonces
fenoo enoes of St Petersburg Petelburg he designed dOlgne and andad andiad ad adhabult
habult ad built In England Egland the powerful poweJ ice to ¬
breaker breker Ermock Erak aboard aboa which he hetwo mado madotwo mat mattwo
two expeditions expelt n to polar pol seas U8 Among 1 1Inventions h hInventons IiInventions
Inventions Inventons was a peculiar alPeuUar > kind of plost plostfor pllter pllterfor plastfor
for stopping stoppltgtho the punctures puncturealn in the ate atihulls ftel ftelhull atehulls
hulls hull of war vowels vowelsAfter voti vesec1sAfter
After Atr the Japanese had crippled crpple t tRussian tho thonusmn ti tiRussian
Russian nusmn fleet feet at a Port lorArthur Arthur Admiral Admlmllnka Admlmllnkarorr Mak Makroff Makineff
roff was WI sent snt to the front by the Cze CzeThe Czar CzarTho CzaThe
The Cathedral Catheral at Cronstadt Cronltdt was throng throngwith throngswith
with his fellow felow countrymen to t bid ld hi hifarewell 11m 11mfarwol hLfarewell
farewell farwol Ho le was raised on the shoulde shouldeof shouldersof
of his sailors Mlor and carried care to the altar whet wheihe wber whethe
he was blessed ble by Father John JohnPhysically JohnPhysldally JohnPhYI
Physically PhYI ly he was heavily healybul hoavilybullt built toll t r rcheeked c cchecked
cheeked cheked and wore wor ono of tim longest longet bro brobeards brwn brwnbrds bros brosbeards
beards brds ever everllQ seen on a Russian Humn naval naal offici officiRar oce oceRear
Rear Rar Admral Admrll Molas was Wa118tnhlo osslstantrhlei osslstantrhleithn oi oithn
thn Naval Staff Staf Iq 1902 10 lOo2aad and from fo UuA t thz pla plawas p1 p1stwas
was wa promoted promot to t bo b command Cmmnd of If f tl tlMpJitrranean the theIpJitnrnMn thMsLlitnrranean
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prominent prminent at af Port Pot ArthurFOUR Arthur ArthurFOUR Arhur ArhurFOUR
FOUR VESSELS ESS Lf SUNK SUNKDY BY MINE MINERussias MINEt MINEtRuslal MINES MINERussias S
Russias Ruslal Great Losses Lotis at Port Arthur ArthurHer Artnr by t tHer
Her Her Own Submarines SubmarinesTho SubmarinesThe S bm lne lneTo
The To battleship batt0hlpPetrCpavlov Petropavlovik is tl tlfourth the thef Uifourth
fourth f > rtb vessel o s 1 lost by the Russians RUlasby by bytIel bytIelown the theown thelr thelr0wnlo
own 0wnlo mines at at Port Arthur Arthu since slo the wi wibegan wabegan
began beganThe bga beganThe
The list st comprises cmJri the torpedo tordo boat de destroyer d dstroyer datroyer
stroyer Yenisei Yeil lost on Fob 11 I with ttiri ttiriofficers thieofficers
officers ofcer and ninetytwo nietytwo men the proteotc proteotccruiser prottd prottdcrler proteotecruiser
cruiser crler Boyarlu BOYlri sunk on Feb14 FebI with II IIofficers Ifoffioor 18 18afor
officers afor and men lost lot l st the torpedo toreo boa boiSkorl boat boatSkorl boaSkoni
Skorl onMarch onMaoh 10and le 16 and thepresentloss thepresentlosstho th prectlo < f ftho
tho Petroj Petroravlovakwlth Potrotaviovak alovsk with 700 70 or more officer ofllceiand ofcer officerand
and men metiPrevious menPrevious mel
Previous Provl us bo t those th losses at Port Arthtr ArthtrRussia Arthu ArthunRussia
Russia had ha several of her great great shlj shljthere flil flilthere sJi sJithere
there damaged damag almost bopelestjly hoplOly at tt ttopening tho thooplgatkot thopening
opening oplgatkot attack of the Ue war wa These The ir included ireluded i
eluded clude the great geat battleships battlhlps Tparovitb Tparovitband Tlaovfh Tlaovfhand Tearevitoand
and Retvirutn lttvir both of f which have bee beepractically bell bellpractcaly beepractlcaUy
practically practcaly useless uselesf ever since sice althoug althougthe althougthe
the te Retvizan Jletvia has been bn used uld asa aa a fort lit litcruiier Tp Tpcmlor Thoral
cruiier cmlor oral ter Xovlk X vlk wan Wi damaged iamaged seriously bi biis but butlsa1 buis
is lsa1 said to have haV bitch b repaired realrod Thocruiw ThocruiwPallada Thecrisr ThecrisrPal ThocruisePalladaatsb
Pallada Pal Palladaatsb aal also was w putout put ut of business businessOfUio buslne buslneOf businessof
OfUio Of lice shipslost ships loetby lost by the Russian Rusian mine mineUib minetub
tub tll Potropavlovsk potpavlovsk of oourvo 0110 was WI tbemoiImportant te themes themesimportant mOt mOtImport
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of3200 f32 tons ns displacement diplacment and ad was Wi but butIn buit buitIi buIIn
In Ii Copenhagen Copenliarenin in 1000 10 and ad formerly forerly bilonged bi bl bl10lgo belonged
longed 10lgo to the te Baltic Daltlofietof fleet of Russia SI SIhad Sbe Sbehad Sbhind
had a > peed Pe p of 225 25 knots otsad and carrieds carriedsquicKfiring co crriedAiquicl lx lxqulc1
quicKfiring qulc1 quicl flridg rirg 47 47bioh inch h g guns eight eightsm1er eightsm1errplfr emalU maclItrapkltlrers emalUrapldflrers
rapldflrers rplfr and four torpedo toro tubes tubesTho tubel I I1bo I
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St Petersburg Poterburg in 1001 101 She had ha an ian amiment amid amidment
ment of five fve 12pounder and nd three tr 3poundt 3poundtguns 3pounderguns 3poundSguns
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down in Marctf Mar Marcl 1892 189 and ad launched launce at St SIPetersbiirg StPe StPetersburg
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triple trplo expansion exaion type wore wor mode in Eng England Eg Egland England
land She was of 11000 10 tons tnB displace displacementi dlplao displacemont
mont with a sea sea speed spe of fifteen fftn knots knotsShe knotsHho knots51cc
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inches Inche thick and ad 280 28 feet fet long and had haddeck i ideck a adok
deck dok protection prt cton of 3H 3Y 3 Inches Inche all al of of Mar Harveyizea Hr Hrveylz Marveylzed
veyizea veylz steel tel Her armament araent consi consistec consistecof te teof <
of four 134lnch 13lch guns gU In her two maltturrets malt mainturrets mairturrets
turrets protected prtct by ton tn Inch Ich armor armortwelve aror arortwelvo armortwelve
twelve 6lnch 6inch rapid npid firore frr thirtytwo tlrtytw gum gumof gunsof
of less IM calibre olbre and ad five fvo fivebarrellet fivebarrelletHotchkiss fivPbnlled fivPbnlledHothki fivebarrellecIIotchkjsa gnl
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