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YOU LHINO m NEW NE YORK FRIDAY < APRIL 15 1904 1904oopvrlaAt Cowrffl 1W1 1DO4b t 1111 TA TAe Sun BunPrlnHn9 Wnlfny and IIn PuWWWno PubtfshngAaocaSon AmctaUt PRICE TWO CENTS j
ffbrorlfi Only Onl to the CaUse of the DII DIMjter DIIIIItrLlnllral DIIsstcrdnhIraI
IIItrLlnllral jter Admiral IHrker Annotnli AnnotnliConrt AptDIfltIoflt a aonrl
Conrt onrl oflt of Inquiry Inqulrdmlral Admiral Ilewey IleweyKurort nele neletatIll JeweyFeared
Feared That Too Raplil Firlnc FIrIn IHIiht IHIihtSnnietlme IIllItiClnlttllllt uIiIitionIetItlle
Snnietlme Remit In Much a muster DliaitrrVASIIIXOTOV mlttorWSIIISOlON musterVtSUQTON
VASIIIXOTOV April prll 14 URear Renr Admiral AdmiralBarker AdmirallJarlter AdmiralIlarker
Barker telegraphed tho Navy Department Departmentthis
this thl afternoon that four of the enlisted enlistedmen enlilltedInen erilbtedmen
men injured in the turret accident of tho thoMisjoiiri thA1ijJllri th thMis3ouri
Misjoiiri died today toda They were Chief ChiefGunner ChlerGunner ChIefflttiner
Gunner Mule Mttt fttle J I F Kennedy Kenne y previously previouslyreported prtwlouillyrtPortd previouslyrepOrI
reported dead J K 1 Knight seaman J 1 F FDonnely FDonnlll FflonfleIY
Donnely ordinary seaman and O H Biloo HIoo H3lot
The totul totuldeath totl11Iellh totulcitit
iloo Ioo apprentice opprnl lo Hecond class
death citit li roll is I now 110 W thirtytwo t hiity two men and of ofllrei attireI oflIcer
llrei > > Admiral 111111181 Barker telegraphed also ulsoI alsolni nlsotho
lni I liii IIP h I ii had appointed a 1P0IUI d a court con it of Inquiry Inquirywith Inlulryi inqii I ry ryWI
with WI i Ii I5w Ipi i Adiniiid Aduii r1 Krunch K i Chadwick Chadwickpp
t taIy
8 pp
Nivly aI aIy nil ill ili tlu nnvftl officials arrived arrivedd
d ihcUipiirtinunt 1 h If Uljlnrtlllllllt Dtim ri tflInt early f > tiy this t his morning noriii ng ei eipiHiini elJ expeti
J peti piHiini 1Inlt I1 to 10 t have h1 1ias t 11 large amount of labor laborto
U to do < Its I O on account lount of the additional udditionalilltlllnelll udditionalilltlllnelllOllt business businessgrowing uIne uInegroc
growing groc ing out of the t he Missouri disaster In Intlic Intlj n ntilt
tilt tlj Iliirotid of Navigation upon which wlllchtJ whichIlic
Ilic tJ liurden of the Ih extra work ork full officers officersami officersIll
ami Ill id Irk Irks iet t to t 0 work with v ii Ii n will to answer answertlic nnswerfhp eowershe
she inMiy 11 telegrams < of inquiry that t came camefrom camefrom camefrom
from rr reoi x on wllo ho had relatives 1f lalhf or friends friendsA trlendfnhonl friendaafril
A nhonl hoard ui < I the I lie Missouri MissouriAhuiit ti lioiuihuit JIIIi JIIIiAht
Ahuiit huit n I dozen misages Iw > sag were en received receivedfrom reeivedfro receivedfioiii
from fro 111 fill UI hern h > I mothers wives or other otherrelatives Qtherrelnthltt otherrrlativepi
relatives of mUll who were killed Id IItd asking askingtha askingthat iuskingtha
tha he letnaliis lie e Fcnl prit 1I1 to specified jiao jiaoatiii placet placetnnil 1lacland
and to nil KillIIf a II these I liet ilie lhLIII L lit niwwer it ii Wer er was 11 > 1 telegraphed telegraphedllni t C legra heci heciI
I llni Lap I lie bodies bud ie would uuid he shipped sIt ijpecl as n cle clentvd deflr IC ICrd
ntvd flr rd < I at t iovcrtiiiKnt o < rnlllnt expense expenseSecretary expen expensfItlur expentSietary
Secretary sfItlur Moody Iood reached the Departinent Departinentail Iepat pitent pitentPetri
PlltI ail > und isfiiiil > 1111 directions dlr tion thai every everything everyt er ertlllug ¬
thing t should be done to I o accommodate thorfu thorfuwho t houh Iloftvh
who vh h had hllillot lost relat relative i t on the I he Missouri I li < alourlallli alourlalllihu andliti and andho
ho wished e ihlllh Lhtt the remains tout to designated designatednr lgnllttlt lgnllttltIH
> IH nr < > Mr 11 Moody 1 < IXly took to to tho t ho Precedent Precedentt EtIiI
111111 sit t lie information ittfirttiat ion that t hail come to a I Ille IlleD ibePI lie lieDt
Dt D PI > IarllllllIt iartineiit a rt tzlelit over night und lllltllhill this t lila morning morninghTv morningfl mont Irig Irigtort
hTv tort fl were w tr rlIu no H U mich stIC Ii stem e en ta In the I lie Navy Navyiiriient a an avy avyI
n I ti > iiriient I t IIIt I as R followed < 1 the t h Maine i ul n ii disas disaster lil liltee tlItatej ¬
tee ul many mlln 1 > eoplo < 0110 went to the Bureau urfllu of ofNiiviiaiion ofilttion ofUvatton
Niiviiaiion ilttion lo 1 < 1 ask for news newsllllci and there wa waiii was Willitilt wasttI
tilt iii air all It of ImMle hu hiiI tl Ia throughout I the t h Depart Departnuit DtlarlIi Departiirtituai
nuit Ii unusual UIlI 1I11 on other days daysOne IlaylOne tIayOne
One of the first acts act of SlCrellrv Secret dry Moody Moodywa 1uodv 1uodva loodywas
wa was a to dlrttrt Chief hiet Naval Constructor ConstructorCapps uietrtctorCaple r rapJl
Capps apJl to t < l go to Pensacola to examine the theIl Ihell thelipourwith
Il KOUriwitha n iewtoascertaining Ie iew 10 e asertalnlng < crtnln 11Ip whether whetherthe whthrbe whetherIbe
the be was n8 injured In miy nn way fl by h the th explo explojllon tIIJlulion exjiloIlon
jllon jllonXaval lion
Naval aal officero awoke today to u full fullAppreciation fullflPpreciation filitppredaiion
Appreciation of the I ho dlsmtrom dl A trou effect ol oftht olthe orItl
the tht tragedy on the Missouri not notonly only with withreference wllhtPtrpn withIplereflee
reference tPtrpn < 10 the deplorable losi lo of life but butUpon hut1lpon bitttIporI
Upon the I moral of o the personnel of lhi IluenICt ih ihervice > i iService
Service enICt Such a horror following 101l0 lnlt not long longkfter lon lontr longPJter
kfter tr fatal fat III gun accidents on the th Maita Maitachusetts Maachuett 1n I1 I1chUt1l
chusetts nnd the tll Iowa Is L < llablo IIl Jlu to havu a affriou aerloIL aeriotL4
ffriou erloIL effeot upon the nerve of both offl offlfers 01Uer8 oftiers
fers ers and enliMed ellll ted men who will be Impressed Impressedvith tmpreasedpith
pith vith lIh h idH id that tlat they tly are ar always In danger dangerfcvhile dair dairthlO dangerhiikt
fcvhile hiikt haiiilling alnlng cxplosIvoH cxplosIvoHOf t idoIvos idoIvosI lo lvO
thlO I Of course hero t1tr are ar plenty of theoriMbut theories theoriesbat theor
bat al only on I two are prominently promlDenty discussed discussedby dtluN dlseuae4by
by officers OmC < One of these the in I what Is known knowns
ae s the hlow back hckw theory thforv By this thll Is Ismeant II IIm himeant
meant m ant that the ignition IgDILon of tho powder In Inthe inthe j
the gun was 1 due to the blowing back by bythe b bthe bythe
the wind into the muzzle mU7lo and Ind through thrugh tho tholength to to1ngth tholength
length of the pleco pleo of the tlatno Ihun from the thecharge theeharge i
charge previously fired frP1 The Til 1li other theory theoryIs thery therythltt
Is that the breech breeh wa opened and the shell shellnd shel shellnd
nd nr the first frl two sections 1lon of the charge chargehoved chargehoved i ihove
hoved hove into the gun too spti > pn on after the thoprevious thereviou
previous reviou charge hlg was fired fr1 and before hlrorl some someRemaining somer someTemaIiiin I
Remaining r TemaIiiin malnnl fragments frgmeltl of powder or of the thecanvas thetAnM thecItnva
canvas tAnM bagging a ging in which tho tim powder had hadbwn hadheen I <
bwn onensed pncafI had been hen consumed conluml Tho ThoXaw ThoNavy
Navy 1 Department discounted dllolnlul both these tiieethcrjes j I
theories Ih II In 11 a 1 statement tnl0enL given git1I out Olt by the theBureau theBureni
Bureau of Navigation algalol ttio authority lthorl for rorIwh I IVliHi I Ithe
VliHi Iwh ihe Department DIlllmenL officers declined dulled to todlwliifr todl tode
dlwliifr dl de > I ii Tht iti k is i > the I he statement statementI stat etnetit
0 I i learned ta ritetti from frm Ira ru unofficial unotcallnrorrlt I information informationlha inforniat Ion IonIha iontha
lha previous pr lot Otl4 to t 0 the Ih 1 lie accident IcldclL to the gun gunDII gunDn guntill
till board Irrt lID th Missouri Ieourl there thlle had been b1 no noftann nofonollnwn nohiatt
ftann fonollnwn hiatt blown back whatever that the rapid rapidity rapidII rapidity ¬
ity II of i1 r Hie I Ii Hr HI t ii o of all ni of Ihe t he Missouris 11lsAcuril gnus gnushi gUl glitishai
hi hlll < l ivfi 111 rolniively mlnllel IOllitiVet very 11 ory slow Hloeiz 10111 In fact factotilv facion facetih
otilv on half a HS I rapid a n that thlL of the t lie Alabamas Alabamasihf khahainasIhe Iaburna Iaburnah
ihf h uirrc 111 urn roof was wa not lot injured a d but butone buLDIl InnCiii
one DIl mm 0 was vai blown hlowl overboard 1erloard from the thettitF
ttitF r i In ip
A < urau urauI
cf I NavicHiinn nvliIl un consented cOllolllcd to way I I ii few fewc rewHiS fewtits
c > ru tits HiS afternoon Ifllroon In an official waj wajwih vilyWith u uih
With ih r < forPire fo rIC eice > to the idea Idll hot tho ignition ignitioncf
cf f lie l powder 101111 vita us due ii 111 u to t 0 anxiety Inxlely of tho thortni I hn hnbun histtu
bun rw In ii make n rord rl ord In rapid rlpid tiring tiringItliitng fring fringtm
rtni tm rawing llllinp mesh tlel not IOt to maka nnyex nnyexunimation nn flfl3 eJ Cx Cxemma
anlna1ion emma unimation ion of the lil ammunition Rnlnunllon chamber chamberfcr chnmherapr chamberafter
after apr the previous Inwlou charge chage won WI fired fre Ha Hapomcfi I liiipoIniro
pomcfi pJn j out that in these thell dar da of prepaor prepa prepalainnfnr prpa prpalal
lainnfnr lal fo or a possible oAlhl conflict confict there was WW nb nbfou Ib Ib1 abeut
fou npcpiU 1 y for or firing fring t he hl guns nn al rapidly rapidlyvsll rpIdly rapidlya4
1 a4 1 losttile vsll lhlc > le IIIW p ieed od being quite Iunl a I aa important importantarruracy ImporanL ImporanLnurc ImportantI
I arruracy nurc reurnev reurnevIt
If 11 in n anaval a naval ongAgement Mid l the theAdmiral IheAdnmal tueAdmiral
Admiral Adnmal three thrl veMsls ve ls each ech capable capble or offirinc orfrin ort1rtn
firinc frin t1rtn three Ihll rounds a minute are engaged engagedBgampt engRgf1PRIAI engagedBainet
Bgampt PRIAI four fOlr vessels lels of an opponent oppnet capable capableI capble capbleC
C t I firing Irl tltiit only onl two rounds a minute each eachthe eachthe c1
the thr numerically numlrinlv weaker oker squadron wOlld would
have h the Ih advantage it being beig Iquaron granted gte that thattheir that thattheir
their a acaroy > curaoy is II equal qual Our information informationIs inCorato
Is Isthn ilia t1 the t h guns UI in the t he aft atr after r turret turrL of the thoMissouri ho howere
Missouri 1 rllrl were w being fired fr at the time thIs thUterrible Ihll thIsterrible
terrible tlrrihle affair alAII occurred at a very ver slow rate ratemuch raIl rate1ntiis
much slower than tha ocurre that of other battlwhips battlwhipst batt bip
during their thret practice at t Pensacofa Pensacofau116vod PeDcfa
Ii I 1M hapi hoped anr and tlrle u116vod bleve that tat the accident accidentwas Mldent
was a not due cue to any an too rapid firing frl If Ifthe ntl
the tl court curt n of r inquiry formed rore by Rear Ad Admiral Adlairl AdIniral ¬
miral lairl Darker larker should hUld be b of the tie contrary contrarynninion cntrar contraryeptition
nninion pilion wo must mUlt find fnd means menl of obviating obviatingIt obvatng
ttiodanger the danger without dling decreasing frlnl firing speed
It IB i hoped hopN and believed belev that that such mean meanwill menl meanswill IpN
will 11 he hI found for as a I have Bald speed speedIB I
18 IB a aa great a factor A n action M acurcy scenraoy n nPr
Pr Irfl Pre drenatchM dpath from rrm ppnnaeola PInlcl have it itHxwt
that that the Mlouri dtaourj wa waa tring trying to ttahlib estabihib estabihibIt
1 It Hxwt J < record Ir rj when the cafarolty claity ainlty i iafter in her herICer herutter
after ICer turret turt tu and Id its It handling hadlig room rm occurred occurredOn ocr
On April AJJri 5 I a Washington WMlgt despatoh despatc deapatohcent was waswnt
cent Int to TUB SON which was a printed prlnt In tho thois thoAliA
Iirn AliA is of tho following rolowlng day telling telDg of a re remarkable r reInaritable ¬
markable Bpoed firing record made by a a19inch
19inch Jinch gun sp of tho battleship batlNblp rr Alabama Alabamawiti Alaaa
In a I turret cmmad commanded by LIeut Thomas
n 1 Wii00 101 During the Albamal Alabamas tagot tagotprltce target targetpraettce
prltce praettce ol off PonlBla Pensacola the gun wa was loaed 1oadeil 1oadeiland
and r flred M in 38 3 seconds Indl and Le ad at t drill dl between betweenwaring bton
Ir flre In 3oseoands 3 condl Te The concluding cncludig pararsph para paragraph
graph or that deatch deapatoi ha has such a an intimate inbmateIrn intimatenearing
nearing Irn upon the ho Missouri 11luri IUc disaster dlater that its Itaf It itsrepublication
f republication at this time will be of inter interwt IntrI IntercIt
tis wU
wt I t H Itread ItreadIn reads rNd lmo
In tho th opinion opiIon of some lom offlcers otcfr the thosneer theanr thei18fler
i18fler sneer point pint in i gun firing fig firInhasbeen has been b reached reached1J
1J l In Ihl te he hl time record rEor g established fltbllb by Ueut Ueutiwon Ieut Ieutn
n iwon I on They Theythlnkthatln think that In order ordertodo to do suoh suohquick suohqukk suetquirk
quick work the reloading reloding ore powder pwde chargeinut charge chargenunt cbargemUAt
nunt behold be held too to near ner the broach breh and ad the theWKch the
breech h opened too toontorlretyanlthe toontorlretyanlthec soon for safety after the thecnarRe thecharge
charge c Lhr rge OPe In the gun has hs been bn exploded explOe
I II will i be b seen 8n f from this thl that th the danger dangeroMhe dagr dagror dangerof
oMhe or thE the thfin thfn great gret desire de lr on o the part of the thoofficers lhoOmfI theOfficer5
officers OmfI and wen me of gun crews cewl to establish establishrecords eltablih eltablihtlOmB establishrecords
records tlOmB for rpeed In gn firing frR bad bd already sltdy
attracted atractt attention Itlton lp and Id that tat fear ter of some Boreoucn 1m 1mIueh someeuch
euch Iueh ucn catastrophe an I that on the Missouri MissouriWM
WM In the thl th minds of farselntj officers offlcereAlahama omc omcLI
LI Still Iher there appeaed appeared to b be no dager danger
lWt that Iny any other Jhf VPl reesel would oud approach pprah the
Alabama harO during rlrlng the te prM pent nrUrgV trgt rIet > t practice practiceJm
w hi hootln hooting for I speed and thee there dId ld not notseem
Jm seem m to be b any ay an Immediate I inuneudlat sn lte necessity nelt forWuing for
Wuing lulng precautionary pTutony order ore with wit regard regardContinued rlud rludConinl regardCorUnsi
Continued Coninl OK 0 Bteond Bcn 5condt Poet P
fig De at Two Cent Pieces Illack lilmmrd IlinimedWIth lilmmrdWith IUnlntlt IUnlntltWih
With Wih Gold Each hearing lurln a Diamond Cross CrosiPniLiDBU CrollPmUDRLIA CrossPllnioErplIxA
PniLiDBU PmUDRLIA PllnioErplIxA > iiu April Apri HHarry Lehr Lelirand Lehrsnd Lehrand
and Col John Jacob Astor ostor came Into Int town towntonight towntonlght towustonight
tonight In a big automobile nutomoble With them themwas thell thellwa thueuiwaa
was wa a chauffeur dluIour u I valet and the real new newthing newthing newthing
thing In shirt studs Harry larr wore the thodhtrt theIhlr theshirt
shirt Ihlr studs When Wbe the party prty whIzzed blzze downBroad down downBroad downBrod
Broad Brod street ttreet everybody evoryho made way for ttiom ttiomThey t them themThey o oThAY
They drew up before the Hotel 10tel Bellevue BellevueThe BelleviteTho elevue elevueTho
Tho fur coats of Col Astor and Mr Iehr Iehrmade Luhrmnde Lehrmade
made the first frRt sensation They appealed appealedto npJaled npJaledto
to tile cabbies cnhbl drawn drwn about tho entrance entranceSir entranceMr entranceMr
Mr Lehr wore a plain everyday eerrdIY 10 700 bear bearskin hlr hlrHkln hearuukin ¬
skin coat Clt and aUI might have hav been bln mistaken mistakenfor rl8talten rl8taltenCor uniatalceitfor
for an In ordinary millionaire mHlonnlr But Mr MrAstor fr i1rAsitor frAlltor
Astor wore a wonderful wondertll otter skin Ikln gar garment gRrment garmont ¬
ment made up of innumerable small tlal skins skinsThe KklnKTho usldnsThe
The coat was wal prorni promptly promll > tly pronounced pronolnctl apeachu a apeach apeach
peach by the cabbies lbbI18 and an a conservative conservativeRstinmto onMoluthe onMolutheeltmate eonMervuttlveestimate
eltmate estimate of 13000 3000 put upon Ipon it by informal informalcaucus Inflmu11 Inflmu11calcu informalcaucue
calcu calcuIndlde caucus caucueInside caucusInside
Inside the hue hotel the shirt studs ttUdM made madetheir mldo mldotllr madetheIr
tllr their appearance Mr 11 I Luhr < ehr stopped to totalk 10ik totalk
talk ik to Count Hapiha Hlplha of the tla Herman erman Lega Legation Lgl Lgltiol LegaIbis ¬
Ibis tiol who 1ho was there thert to dine with wih Walter WalterUeorge Wulor WulorGergo altor altoraorge
Gergo Ueorge aorge Smith Mr r f Lehr ehr paused paulN irresolute irresolutefor IrrRoluto IrrRolutofor
for a moment and Ind then took off oi his hil coal coalTho cat coatThe
The studs Itud burst bllt into view vlII They were wereround wererOlnd worerounl
rOlnd round and big us u old time tme twocent pieces piecesThey piecesThA pIecesrhey
ThA They were 11 carved canp apparently nplJarelty of black blackenamel blackamel bInkLnaniel
enamel amel and a thin rim showed that tl11t the thebasis th thhlll t lie liebasis
hlll basis was gold In II the centre of each studwas stud studwan Itud ItudW
W wan n tiny till cross rOM > of diamond Them wlre wlreIhre werehuree were wereIhree
Ihre Ihree of theseand thOte nnd the flint Hllt observers ohserv < 1 slunk slunkbuck ehinuknick llnk llnkbuck
buck In awe aweBut aweut aweHut
But ut Ihe effect eflt did not stop with the studs studsHe Ituds Itudsle tiid tiidlie
le He wore cuff cuf buttons Imtonl to match only u 1 trifle triflelarger trlfe trlfelarger triflelarger
larger and still Itl more maIo Interesting Inter8tng to the tbospectators tbt tbtpltutOI thespectators
spectators pltutOI wore the tle three thrle buttons butonl of Mr Zulrltlursevetulng MrLehrs MrItJhrH
ItJhrH Lehrs ltlursevetulng evening waistcoat Knowing Ihowiug showlngthe the tie same Haruebig 1mI samedg
big IK blackness luc8s und Ind the same me tiny tnr t diamond diamondriesigu diamonddigl diamondlesigu
digl riesigu riesiguIntense lesiguIntetisi
Intense Intell quiet reigned reignl as all al eyes ees gluedliemselvee glued gluedthemselves glled glledthemelvts
themelvts themselves to those studs Inldt and a 11 In the Inter Interval Intrml Internil ¬
val thus Ihl8 afforded uloldL Mr Ijflhr entered enterl a tele telephone telo telophone ole oleiluoiue ¬
phone booth und called cl1led up lp a friend trend When Whenlie Whenhe hen henia
lie ia came out he ascended to his h room still stillill till tillin tl
in II silence Ilentp The party part stopped over 01 on their theirway theirWiY theirtray
WiY way to Baltimore BaltimoreWIIACKKJt BaltimoreIIiIICKEJ lllmorp lllmorpUICKIW
UICKIW WIIACKKJt HKIt 11m STAGE MAXAtlKlt MAXAtlKltioutireltr jhIAN46Eflouhirrttr UAUnHonhrett
Honhrett ioutireltr Had lad Vlcor llor ior and Hlrenclh Mlrenctl to llepel llepelAMrrllon Jepe IlepelAssertion
Brainless BrainlesslilcIttioNo IlralnlrgsRICHMOND DralnltM1IeUMOD
AIlrlon Assertion That She he Was Wa
RICHMOND 1IeUMOD Va April prI14 14 Miss Estelle Etele X XWills XWI8 XWills
WI8 Wills the blonde I10ndo and pretty prtty soubrette soubrete of oftho ofthe ofho
the company now presenting The Factory FactoryOlrl Jaclol FactoryllrI
Grl Olrl at the Bijou Hijol Theatre Theatr here 1s I about aboutto abut abutto
to o return retur to her home In Brooklyn because becauseof bause
of f trouble with wih Stage Manager Manger Sheridan SheridanHolmes SheridanIolme Sheridanholmes I
Iolme Holmes She boxed bOJed his jaws and he re returned re returne retimed ¬ I IWis
turne turned the compliment cmplment with ilh a heavy hevy hand handMiss hlDd handdies
Miss Wills Wis says Y his bl real ral name nlme is Jerry JerryLonklln J Jerryonk1in err errConkln
Conkln Lonklln of Buffalo Dutalo N Y YThe yThe 1 1The
The trouble occurred oCrrcd at lt a matinee matnle and andwas and1as andeas
1as was provoked provoko the soubretto 60ubretu Kays IY by byHolmes uy101ml byElolmee
101ml Holmes who Intimated Intrated that she he was lS desti destitute de detiutte li lilute ¬
lute of brains brall Becoming BeomIng enraged enrage she shewent Iho Ihowent altorent
went to Manager Charles Chale H Wuctrz Wuer and anddemanded andternauded
deman demanded e that Holmes Holml apologize apologie The Thuapology Tht Thtpolog Theipology I
apology polog not coming she he proceeded proee to get getsatisfaction gel gotatlafaction
satisfaction ralon by slapping Holmess Holmel face facewith tae taewltb facecith I
Nl with great emphasis and enthusiasm enthuium He Herereslod Hotreetod I Irtrlto
rtrlto rereslod ncroEs acr the stage hutfinally but fnly finally be became b beilmo ¬
ce came angered and Indretlat retaliated with wih a vigor vigorthat vlar vlarthat vigorhat I
that fractured Cracture the drum drm of her left lef ear earaccording e earccording r I
according rlnc to the account acount givim givl by Mlsn MlsnWills Mt MIM1ihls
WIH Wills WillsIf 1ihlslf I
If I I were wer a man said Id the soubrette soubrettethings lubretto lubrettothlngf soubrettothinga
things would happen to this fellow fellowHolmes Celow CelowHolmes fellowTolmes
HolmesTOnPEDO Holmes HolmesiORPEIM TolmesronrEDo
Tl rho ic Five t Dmtroyeri DtAtrOlr Dcatroyrrs4rrlre Arrive J rhe at Civile Cate With Without mt Without ¬
out Olt Accident AccidentWisuiNOTOK AccldtntABIINGTON AccIdentWAS11UOTOH
WisuiNOTOK ABIINGTON April Apri 14 1The 14The The first frt torpedolotihla torpedo torpedodotilla trdo trdodotia
of the torpedo boat de destroyers dotroyers ¬
dotilla dotia consisting call sIltng toro de deItroemDatur
ItroemDatur stroyers Decatur 15aiiibrdge DaubrldJ Barry Dar Chaun Chaunoy Chlu Chlul Chauney
l oy and Dale undor the command cmmaDd of Lieut LieutIIoyct LieutI Lioutloyct
IIoyct I loyct d H Chandler arrived Irrhet at Cavlto Cavlt P I 1oday Iloday Itoda
toda loday concluding without Ithout accident acldeDt a sea seatoyage sl sloyag seaoyage
toyage oyag of nearly near 15000 I O mUM ml8 The cruise cruleeis erlle erllei
i is c the longest 10lgtst nm nl ever made by vessels vesceUjf T 1 1ur
jf if this thl t1ul type typ and hal demonstrated demonelrstf to t the thelaval te tellaal theaval
laval world that torpedo torpdo boat bat destroyers destroyersire d stoyer stoyerae
ae ire re seaworthy worth and capable of long cruises orulsesinder orll orllulder cruisesunder
ulder under their own team steamThe eteaniThe team11e
The 11e flotilla fotia convoyed cODoe < 1 by the training traininghip taiing taiingIhlp traIninghIp
Ihlp hip Buffalo Btlslo left leC Hampton Roads Ioad for the theIhlllppiiiBS te teJhllpplnM thehihippltits
JhllpplnM IhlllppiiiBS on 01 Dec De 12 last lat and sailed saie from fromhere fromhere
here down the American coast coat through troub the theiVest theWest theiest I
West Indies Indil and acrO across the Atlantic Attc by way wayf wayor
The was then laid laidhrough laidthrOIRh laidbratugli
or > f the Canaries Canariel course I
thrOIRh hrough the Mediterranean Iedlerranean and ad Suez Canal Canalind Cal Caland Canalrid
coast t of India and andla andsia
and around II the he eastern 1111 coa Id IdAHla
AHla sia la to ti the Philippines
H I P C A Cause CSUsl Arrest trrstoftiie rrtt of the Man lln Charged ChargedWith harjtl it itWith
With 1Uh the Offence onenoeBAUTIMORK OenceDALTMOIH OffenceBAtTTMOIIn
BAUTIMORK DALTMOIH April Apri 14 nepresentatlves 1Repreettve of ofthe ofthe o
the tht Maryland Mayland Society Solely for the Prevention Preventionof Plenton Plentonor
or Cruelty Crelty to Animals Aimal have he sworn 8wor out a awarrant awarat awarrant
tld arrest of Teogle Lyons Lyonswho Lyonswho
warrant warat for tr tld i Tegle Lyon Lyonwho
who Is charged chrged with brutally brutly hanging hangig a adog I IdOl adog
dog at Indian Head tho ho Government Goverment prey provInn preyIng
dOl Ing Motion lt Indi on He the te Potomac Potomo iotomao River Lyons LyonaThe Lyos Lyoswi Lyonswill pv pvIng
will have a a herg hearing Saturday SaturdayThe turay turayThe
wi The dog that wan wal hanged hanRe WM Wi a foxhound fox foxhound foxhoud ¬
hound owned by Thoraaa Thoma Alward Alwar a United UnitedBtatpfl UnIt UnitedStates I
houd States owe olvll engineer eglnC stationed Itatone at at Indian IndianHead Idi IndianHead
ftatM Head olvl Lyons and a number numbr of the other otheremployees otheremlloyos otherenlployees
employees at Indian Head Bald sid that thedog the thedog thedog
emlloyos Indi He when whenthey whenthey
dog annoyed aDnoye them by watching them whP whPther
they were eating eatingIt
It Is wpr alleged fItng fItngI that tht on March 2S 2 lat Lyons Lyonswent Lyonswent yol yolwent
went I to alte Mr Alward house hol and asked askedfor ake askedfor
for the thl loan lon of the dog That afternoon afternoonIt atrol atrolIt
It U charged Lyons Lyonl invited Invite a crowd crad of ofof O Or of offellow
r fellow I charRe workmln workmen to witness the he ex execution executionof ton tonor
of low the dog The agents ngentl of the eoclfty eoclftygay BollI1 socIety socIetysay
around theneck the theneck thonk
gay that a rope was fastened IRtenr arolnd
neck of tho rp unfortunate untorunaU animal and It Itvas ita itvas
vas swung up on the limb Imh of ft I tree treewhere tre treewhere
where a her wnA U I died die diedfrom from strangulation strangulationTIIIKF Itrangulton ItrangultonTIIEF strangulationThIEF I
rlnllal Principal TelU Tels Brooklyn ookln Girls GIII That at One Oneof Oe Oeor Oneof
of Them 1em I II DoIng a I l lt < ot or Hteallngr HteallngrOwing Htnlnr HtnlnrOwing teaHnrOwing
Owing to numerous numeroul thefts ihefl which have haveoccurred hle hleocurre haveoccurred
occurred recently renly In the tlA Oirls OrlA High HighSchool Hgh HghBbool NightSchool
ocurre School in Brooklyn Broklyn Principal William Wiiam L LFelter I IFeltr LFalter
Bbool Falter Feltr has hl promulgated promulgnte some 1000 stringent stringentrules Itrlngent ItrlngentrultR stringentrules
rules In regard to the movements moemtnt of the thezoo
zoo pupils pupilsOn puple pupleOn pupilsOn
On Wednesday Wrnlay afternoon arrnoon Dr Feller Foltersummoned FellerBiimmoned Feler Felerslmmonrd
summoned the girls girl to tho assembly mbly room roomand rom romRnd roomand
slmmonrd and told them that theft thoft of umbrellas umbrellassmall umbrell umbrelllml umbrellassmall
small trinkets wraps money and in a fewSSoB few rewC fewcases
lml cases SSoB tlnklt of watches wltch wrap had been ben taking place placeclnco pll placesinco
C clnco Inr the school 8hol term began beganI bcganwI
wI I believe that girls In this thl school Ihol are nrethe aretho arethe
the thieves belee ho declared I will 11 say 8a that thatsome thator thatsome
tblet delae
some are under suspicion now Should Shouldany Ihould IhouldDny Shouldany
or one be I caught Clght taking taktn a single thingher thing thingher thingher
her days dlsln in this thll school Ihol wuTbc wi will 0 be numbered numberedwandering numbrl numberedDr
Dr Folter then announcd announced Ihlt that no girl girlwould girlwould
would Felpr u be permitted to enter the buiding buidingbror buildin buildinbefore
before 8aO 8 pmllod oclock and ad that MY girl found foundwanderlnR founwandering
bror wandering about tho building buildingwould huldlng Aor after 4 oclok oclokwuld oclock oclockwould
would be considered CMldero as I under uder suspicion suspicionunless I1plelon I1plelonunlt suspIcionunless
wuld b him himAnnie himAnnto hImAnnIe
unless unlt she Iho had a permit pmt frm
Annie Oakley mlr Gels Gt1 STOO STOONaw BOO BOONBW 10 10NEW
NEW OntBANS OnUR April Apri 14Annln HAnnll Oakley Oakleywho Oaley Oaleywho Oakleywho
who was at ono time tmo with Ith Buffalo Dt810 Bills DI show showas lhow lhowa
obtained judgmentStoday judgment judgmenttoday
rifle shot
an expert obtine judgmet judgmettday
as a today exper for for7JOOegslnstthe PBOOagalnst rife the TimefDmocnt TimefDmocntIn TimeaItIn TimeaDmocre TimeaDmocreIn
In tday the th United 178f1It States BttC Circuit Circit Court Cur She Sheed Shose he hesued
sued ed foriasOOO loT for Unit 28OO damages dl for foT tb the publication publicationof publcton publctonor
of se a despatch 110 that she Iho had hd been ben arrested arrestedto
to I Chicago Coo dNptch for iUaliwt stl a pair pr f trouaan trU trUa trousszsi
i a
In the tie Fifteenth leenth Douglas Poll Iul Only Onl a aPew aFew aFew
Few Votes Otll Acalnit QUIRK and There Tliereli 1Jtre 1JtreII
II Couilderable COltterable Wanhlnf of Dirty Dirtyllnrn Dirt DirtInlnore DirtyLtnsnMoro
llnrn Inlnore LtnsnMoro More Delecate Utllcatll Directed IMreotedTwo Ureltf UreltfCwo DirectedTwo
Two of the ho Republican RepubUcn Congress Congret district districtconventions dstrct dstrctconventonH districtconventions
conventions conventonH In this thi county at which whch dele delegates dele delegale dolegates ¬
gates gale to Chicago Chicgo were wart named last Ilet night nightwere nightwere nIghtwere
were rather lively livelyAt lvely lvelylhe livelyAL
At the convention In the Eleventh dis district diotrict district ¬
trict which was wal held in William WIUuw Halplns Halplnsown Ialpins Ialpinsown
own clubhouse at 253 Eighth avenue last lastnight Ilt Iltnight lastnight
night a resolution rooluton was WI sprung Ipnlg by the Van VanCott VanCoLt Vnott
Cott CoLt ott man indorsing indoring Senator Platt Plat The Themention Themention rhementon
mention menton of the Senators Senatorl name brought broughtforth broughtforth broughtforth
forth a storm str of applause applauseThe applauseChI applauseThe
The ChI resolution resluton was WI adopted adopt despItethu despite despitetho despie despietho
tho protests protlts of some present pre6nt and went wentthrough wentthrough wentbrought
through with a whirl Occurring Oorrlng in I Hal Halpins Balpils Halpins
pins pils own club clu and lu II view of the foot that thatho thnthe thatlie
ho Is so close olos to Goy 00 Odoll Odel the action acton of the themajority themajority themajorty
majority majorty at tho convention was 1 considered consideredof
of significance significanceTheHatpin signifcac slgniflcanoeIhe
TheHatpin Ihe he 1alpln Halpin or Odell Odol faction taton In their theirefforts Ihel theirefforts
efforts elfort to prevent prent the passing pBln of tho reso resolution relo relouton resolutlon ¬
lution uton fouud rOUd foundthemeeiyee themslvO hemselveu fightlug fghtng u 1 hopeless hopelessbattle hoplO hopelessbattle
battle batte and Ind at at the last moment did tho only onlything oulything onlything
thing possible under the circumstances clrcttmatariceeThey circumstancesThey ctrCIDtnce
They succeeded sucede In tacking tackin an amendment amendmentou
ou al the resolution reoluton Indorsing Indorlug the adminis administrations admlnlstralons adminlarations ¬
rations tralons of President Roosevelt RosvelL and Oov OovOdell OovOdel CloyOdell
Odell Odel One On of tho Halpln crowd In speak speaking Ipek IpekIng speaklug ¬
ing of the he matter ater afterward aferward said saidThe atd atdThe saidThe
The Platt Plat Indorsement IndolomenL of course was wasIntroduced wa waslntjodtioed
Introduced tntroloe by b the th opposition oPpRlton In the district dI8trlotNow districtNow lltrlot lltrlotow
Now ow we didnt want to be b nasty nlt so we weJumped wejumpe wejttXlIIed
Jumped jumpe in and cheered ohere for Senator Platt Plattalso PlatLIIRO Plattalso
also IIRO Hes the leader in name at least leastWe Ieat lasaLWe
We just let them go ahead and added adde an anamendment analendment anamendment
amendment alendment to the tht resolution reaoluton IDdonlng IDdonlnghoth Indoveingboth Indorsing Indorsingboth
both Coy Go Odell Odel and President PrsldeDt Roosevelt RooseveltThomas ltoseelt ltoseeltThoma RooseveltJhornas
Thomas Thoma L WlllianiH Wilal was wa the chairman of ofthe oCthe ofthe
the convention William Wiiam Halpln was wa not notpresent notIJrllent notPresent
present presentMany IJrllent IJrllentMany Presentiluny
Many Republicans Hlpublcll in the Eleventh Eeventb have havebueii haeIJOI havebesit
bueii IJOI very ery much dissatisfied dleatrfe with the courseof course courseof cure cureor
of Mr JI Ualpin leader lea er of the te Ninth Assem Assembly Aem Aembly Assembly ¬
bly district dtrlcL the te political pltcal heir bell and legatee legateeof leRutet leRutetot
of Frederick Freerick S Ulbbs Olbbl who for many rany years yearsdirected yearsdirete yearsdireoted
directed direte the districts affairs atairs Joy GO Odell Odelland Odel Odelland
and Mr Ir Gbbt ilbbs were WErt not friendly rrlendl and Mr MrClibbs MrUl Mriibba
Clibbs Ul Le was wal wont to describe delcrlbo Joy GO Odell Odellas Odel
as an ingrate ingrateMr inurateMr IIKmtt IIKmttI
Mr I Obb llblw was W particularly prtloularly severe Her In his hiscomments hi hicmmonts hismnsmontuu
cmmonts comments on Coy GO Odelt Odel because becuse of the theGovernors theGovernors theGovernors
Governors strictures Btrlclure on the work of the thuReuublican th thleuublcn theItemiblican
Reuublican leuublcn county coulty committee commlte in 1102 1102Mr 10 11102u1r
Mr Gibttt G Ibb never covtr hid his light lght under un er a bushel bushelana bushel bushelanc
ana anf he was wa a I stalwart allwart fighter fighterAfter fgbter fgbterCer tighterfter
After Cer fter Mr Ciibbsa Gbbl death Mr Ir Halpln 1alpln be became b bcunl beane ¬
the Ninth NinthAssembly Ninth4sseinbly
came cunl ane the executive txeut member for Nith NithsCluly
Assembly sCluly district which Is still ttll Gibba Obbs to tothu totho tobe
thu be core C Gov Go Odell Odel In I January JIDuary denounced denouncedMr denouO
Mr 1r Halpln Hapin In severe language Ioguage and ad two twomonths twomonths twonontha
months later lter gave Mr Halpin Halpi the ho place pla of ofState orStato oftato
State Tax Ta Commissioner CommissionerThe Commisioer Commisioere
have not notliked notlke notIked
The e Hepubllons publoas of the district ditrlct
liked Mr Halpins affiliation aIUation with GOT 0 Odell Odelland Oel Oeland Odelimd
lke the old club clubwhich olubwhich clubehloh
and somo have reigned rIgne from trm corn th ol
which Mr Gtbbs Obb founded rouude The favorite favoriteBxpresston Cavorlt Cavorltep favorIteixpression
IP tho ho ala district alanet ¬
Bxpresston lon of the lh Republicans Rpublca 1 al
ep hto net is I If I Fred Fr Glbba Gibb knew the course coursethat cour courtht coursebat
tht that bat Billy HI1 Halpln has hB taken tk n he would turn turnnrer tu tuytr turnver
Mr Gtbbs built up upMr upIr upiIr
< nrer ytr ver In his hi coffin M Gbb bult
Mr Ir Halpin Hapin pplitlcally ppUlcay and every othersay other otherway otherway
way and Mr Halpin has ba been bn perfectly perfectlyfamiliar perflty perfltyramla perfectlyrarniliar
familiar ramla with Mr Gibbeu Gibbs sentiments snttmentl toward towardGov towar toward3ov
Gov OovOdel Odell OdellCongressman OdellCongressman
Congressman Cn siman Douglass Dougla efforts elorl to nave navehimself lave laveb havehbneeif
himself b naelC sent from trm the te Fifteenth Jltefntl district districtas dIstict dIstictW
nothing when at atthe atte athis
a delegate come to
as W deleal ce t nothig
the convention cnveDton of that Lat district he receivedml received receivedonly rehl rehlonlr
only te ml 22 votes OtM out of 127 12 Mr Ir Douglass Douglassfriends DougluHfriends Douglassrrlends
friends sought to t attain atain their ends endl by a apersonal aperonal aeraonal
peronal personal eraonal war on Lemuel Lmuel E Qulgg who whohad wbohad whohad
had been ben agreed agro upon as I one of tho two twodelegates twodelegale twolelegates
delegates delegale to represent rprlent the district districtThe dltrlct dltrlctfhe districtThe
The convention coeutlon was WI8 lively lvely The bitter bitterness bltr bltrnt ¬
nt ness between btwen the two sides developed develop pertonal per personal pr prIna ¬
tonal attacks attnkB More than once theVhalr theVhalrman thehalrma thiechairnan
Ina man was W8 obliged oblgo to admonish amonish some lome of the thespeakers thefpaker theupeakers
speakers ma There was wa never a I doubt oubt of the theineoit theIn8lt the1na1t
fpaker ineoit of the voting The opponent oppnenl of ofQulgg ofQuIgg ofuigg
Qulgg uigg were e chiefly cblefy a coterie of the Nine Nineteenth Nineeenth ¬ I Itonth
tonth teenth Assembly Amblr district dltrtct known kno as a the theAssociated theAsoiate theAssociated
Associated Asoiate Republicans Republcans and for to the be most mostpsrt moatirt m08tp5rt
psrt irt made up of Citizens Union Republi Republican Republ RepublcanK RepubllRobert ¬
canK canKHobert can H HRobert
Robert Mazet 1azet was wa chairman oharan After AfterQulgg ACer ACerQul1 AfteruIgg
Qulgg uIgg and Alexander T Mason Maon had been beenput bon bonput boontUt
Qul1 put tUt in nomination nominton as a delegates delegate to the therational tbeiatlonal
rational convention William B Fuller
nominated Douglas Dougll His was ¬
offensive but John B Wise who seconded secondedthe Beconde
ofenle the nomination nominaton had spoken Ipoken only about aboutcouple a acouple acouple
couple of minutes mlnute when he was wal obliged obled to toresume toreume toresume
his seat because of the storm of ofhisses orhi8es ofhisses
resume hi set hal
reume vitu vituperative vituperatve vituperativo
hisses hi8es that greeted greted a particularly partouarly ¬
perative attack attk on Mr Quigg Chairman ChairmanMazct Chlrman ChlrmanMa7ct ChairmanMazet
Mazct Ma7ct also sharply Ihaly called oled him to order orderCharles orderChrM orderCharleat
Charles ChrM ao O Mass la was wa cheered obere for several severalmomenta seveal sevealmoment severalmomenta
momenta moment when he declared delre that young youngWises younWlos youngWisos
too much beneath con contempt contempt contempt ¬
Wises speech epoh was a t mu beDeh
Wlos tempt to reply to He added adde If I these thesegentlemen th8e thesegentlemen
gentlemen g are deslrloua dMiloU of washing wahIng their thelrdlrty tbel tbeldiy theirdirty
dirty linen In public publo let them do so 1 because becauseIt beaUe beaUeIt
diy It is their lnen own dirty diry linen lnln Tho fact Cact that thatMr tht thtMr thatMr
Mr Quigg has h with wih him a 1 majority of the thedelegates thedellgatt thedelegates
delegates dellgatt here is a I sufficient vindication vindicationand vIndIcton vIndIctonand vindicationand
and ho needs no apology aplogy When political politicalopposition pltcal pltcalopp081ton politicalopposition
opposition opp081ton nee gets gtBdown down to the lie sewerage of ofmalice otrlce ofmalice
malice nnd venom and when they proceed proceedto proo
to rlce vilify vI nnd He le about abut him as a Mr Wise had hadlied Id Idle hadlIed
lied about abut him then thenMr thenw thenwMr tbenMr
le Mr Wise Wis jumped jump to his hil feet ret and donounced de denounced denouncd ¬
nounced nouncd this an I unparliamentary unparlamentry and nndInsisted Ind IndIneillted andinsisted
Insisted that Mr Mans Ma should retract rotraotI
I will lrelrct retract said 8ld Mr Mass Ma and I Iwill Iwi Iwill
will state Itale In parliamentary prlamectar language that thatwhat tbatwbat thatwhat
what wi Mr Wise Wl has ha staled U I a misstatement misstatementof mlMttement mlMttementof
of facts factsMr tact factsMr
Mr Mass Maa went wnt on to say Y that when the theDougll theDouglas he heDouglas
Douglas Dougll supporters supporer rushed rBhed last laL Sunday Sundayto
to confer with Mr II Odell Odel they were wer told toldthat toldthat toldthat
that the Governor Goveror desired dllr in the Interests Interestsof
of harmony haron that both Mr Qulgg Qugg and Id Mr MrDouglas MrDougll MrDouglas
Douglas Dougll should go to Chicago Chlngo An agree agreement agreemont ¬
ment to tills effect cteet was wa reached rache but the theAssociated theAfllolRttd theAssocIated
Associated AfllolRttd Republicans Republcaa broke brke tho agree agreement Ir Irment agnomeat ¬
ment and ad they were wer In I consequence conllueee hoist hoistby holetby hoistby
and had only them themselves thnselves
by their own petard petlr oly Lo ¬
selves 8lvp1 to blame for the fact that It had been beendecided bvarndecided
decided dede to substitute lubttuto the name of Mr Mason Masonfor Maon Maonfor Masonfor
for that of Mr Douglas DouglasHenry DouplaHenry DouglasHenry
Henry M Mack who was one of those thosewho thosewho
who went to the Governor Goeror In seeking 8lnl to toshow 108how toshow
show that he and his hil friends had been beendeceived bn bndeeh beendeceived
deceived deeh by b the leaders leder of Ihe he Assembly Assemblydistricts A8emblydltrictR Assemblydistricts
districts dltrictR comprised comprfe In the te Fifteenth Flr enth Con CongrcM ConIrCf Congress
grcM district diltrlct said that that when Theodore TheodoreP Tlore TloreP
IrCf P Oilman Olmln was wa supported IlpprN by the th Doug Douglonitos Douglasltoa
lonitos 110 for the leadership of the Nineteenth NineteenthAssembly NIDetenth NIDetenthAlcmbly NIneteenthAssembly
Assembly Alcmbly district dlltrct there lher had been bon a promise promisegiven promee promeeghen promisegiven
given to the effect eet that Mr Quigg should shouldafterward Moud Moudaterward ahouldafterward
afterward aterward be b excluded exrlude from trm political pltcal ac activity a athiy activIty ¬
tivity thiy In the district districtIn dl8trc
In consequence CM QUenc of that promise prmla Mr MrMack MrMack MrMack
Mack said sid he and ad his h8 friends frends had supposed supposedthat supposedthat
that Mr M Qulgg Qulil would not have hve been bn brouRhforward brought broughtforward
forward lorad as a candidate cndldle for delegate anc ancthey and andth andthey
they th y were wer therefore theCor justified jueUfed In I objecting obJetnK
to him especially when they had been beenthreatened beenIhratened beethreatened
threatened espelatly Douglas would not be beelected becIlte b belected
Ihratened thai Mr DouSla
elected th consented nled to vote to toMr for forMr forMr
cIlte unless uDIIIS they th y oon
Mr Qulgg Qul
The g voting was received receivedwith receivedwth receivutwith
result of the wa
lult otng
with prolonged cheering The resolutions resolutionsadopeed reolulol reolulolIdopted resolutionadopted
wth prlonge ohoerng to vole ole lor lorthe Corthl to tothe
adopted directed the delegates delecate
the thl nomination of Theodore rlllo ore Roosevelt RooseveltThis ROOe RooevoltTbi volt voltThi
This Thi Is l a list l t of tho ho delegate dslegatet chosen chOen In all alldistricts al al aldistricts
districtsResolutloas districts districtsResolutions dlatruts dlatrutsHOolutol
Resolutions the delegates to tothe totbe ti tithe
HOolutol directing directng delegate
the Republican Iopublcan national convention conVenton to SUP IUP IUPport SUPport tupport
port Roosevelt OovelL were wer passed paeed at all al the tle con conventions conventon conVentlons ¬
ventions ventionst venton ventonDi
t Di Dist > it Drltfalei Dg Dill Dil lillifiaii lillifiaiiUAtnbro ltltgl VetspUisSiVtttIani
8 SiVtttIani William Ualpin UalpinJaiuct t UAtnbro e O Meal MealJoba Neil NeilJamo sealiiueq
Jaiuct ltm T r Iaplu Tlniolat Tlniolattf Joba Joln W Dcnuell Dcnuell1Lemuel Dmnl lirnuvila
tf DCbarl Charles t bane li rlolal Murray 1Lemuel ItLemue Ely E Qul QulAlexander qulag qulagtdwrij ulU ulUI
I dword Jukrba Alexander 11odr T 1 iUxuu iUxuut 1tasou10loul issouiOlttornas
10loul iOlttornas 10 ThouiiA Hulbmui HulbmuiTbo l t 15tathsn1cI Nathaniel Nalllnt A Els Elsbrtt maTboa 1IsThea
Tbo L Iulbma Hamilton HamiltonIlCtiarlts brtt brttVllllora brrCbarl ben benIlCbarlc
IlCtiarlts Cbarl U HOlllon Page PageJohn Wilam Vllllora N Coheu Coheu17Jullui Coben CobeaJobn
John I Wlndolub Wlndolub12Corucllui 17Jullui il Mayer MayerWilliam 5fty 5ftyi2Contudlu aJer aJer1CorUu
12Corucllui 1CorUu 1 N ndotpl HitsNorton III Hits IJuUul William llam U K 01i 01 Olcolt 01NOron
> i Norton NOron Ouddard Ouddard13Wlhu Uuddad colt coltII col cult131Oitiu
13Wlhu Root RootMcboltis Rot II ItWilliam William M I Tn n Eyck EyckKdward EcJ FyclIcbolit
t1mbu Mcboltis Icbolit Murray MurrayDuller kiurray Edward It I Hraly HralyAltirnatti Hal HalI iratitutier
Duller DullerAlternates I itutierAftrrsutp u uAUroul
Alternates AlternatesMichael Altirnatti AltirnattiJulia lJtniiweMtchaei lrat
Michael 110ha1 lllnei lllneiIauls Julia Stewart StewartJaitro Swat Stewart1ouhi
Iauls llornlnter llornlnterOtto 10 Jaitro W S Alexander AlexanderWlllUm AlundrOlO AleZLndeTOtto
Otto OlO Rouliky Jonlnrr WlllUm Wilam William UUw Jr JrJobn JrJarob JrJacob
Jacob Rulky NevKtud NevKtudMax wate d John HeUenwebn HeUenwebnWlllUm Hlaenbt lteIaenweberMa
Max Ma HaUu HaUu1redfrtck WlllUm 11Im J nogrra noll Jr JrItaao Jrlretrek Jrlredertck
1redfrtck MaraboH MaraboHJoseph Isaac Newman NewmanSeabiiry NewmanJoseph Nwan NwanJoapb
Joseph lretrek T 1 HacktU HacktUOeortu Jlrk Martal lt Seabiiry Stabur C Ma uuUrJ MaSUr3L MaSUr3LGeorgu UcJi UcJiJirneat
Oeortu Gerru W Wanmiker WanmikerHarry Wanmltr Jirneat Jmrt F 1 Ellen WiertJamea Ylor EllenIttirry
Harry lr F 1 Bedell BedellJacob Drd1 James Jame Y Watkins WalklnnT WIIIII WatkinsJarob
Jacob J Irob Kalin KalinGeorge Kan T r W Whittle WhittleGeorge Wblll WuitutleGeOTge
George Ge rre i I Afntw Am Gor George T I Adfe AdreCROWD AdfeCROWD Ad AdCROWD
Mln IIss 11 Torpey lto Ktop a Runaway nuawa KUeIIorie KUeIIorieThat Fire eJorl JtorIi JtorIiThat
Tlat That Was u Headed Inde for a Crowd CrowilWhile CrotWhie CrowdWhile
While Whie a crowd of men women omen and chil children chi chlldren ¬
dren were pushing phig near a fire fre at Sixth Sixthand Sixt Sixtiand
and Jefferson Jeloron streets strts Hoboken Hobken yesterday yesterdaysome yetrday yetrdayaomeonetto yesterdaysorneonetootod
some aomeonetto sorneonetootod one too tod the to whistle white on a pile pie driver driverengine drIve drIveenno driveengine
engine enno nearby The Te noise nois frightened trghtned a aspirited aspite i ispirited
spite spirited horse hitched hlohed to t Chief EnglneeApplegates Engineer EngineerApplegates EngIneerApplegte
Applegates Applegte carriage carage which was B standing standingat stndig stndigat
at the curb and ad tho animal aimal started ltrtf to t run runaway rn rnaway rut rutaway
away awayJust awayTUlt awayTut
Just TUlt as a the horse hor was Wl8 about to plunge plungeInto plungeInto pltmginto
Into tho crowd a young woman wom wIth very veryred veryr ver verred
red r checks obckR and a lot of nerve nere jumped jump from fromthe trm trmtbe froitthe
the sidewalk sldewll caught caugh the horse by the bridle bridleand bridlead bridiand
and ad swung wng Its Is head around aroud She was wassuspended WI WIeuspeDded wuesuspended
suspended in air ar for a moment and then thenthe tbenthe thetthe
the homo bol stopped etppd short Several men mentook mentook mentook
took charge of the animal aImal and quieted quiete itwhile It Itwhile Itwhie
while whie the crowd cheered clmer the act at of the theheroine theherine thuheroIne
heroine heroineTho herine herineTo heroIneThe
The To woman wOlan was Wi recognized reogied as 111 Miss Mary MaryAnn Mar MarAnn IaryAnn
Ann Torpoy Tory the twentythreeyoarolddaughter twentythreeyoarold twentyIhreeytaolddaughter twentylhreeyearolcdaughter
daughter of Mrs Mr Michael Torpoy Torp a widow widowof wdow wdowor
of 358 Sixth 81lth street Iteet Miss M181 Torpoy Tory has the thereputation thereputaton thireputation
reputation reputaton of being bing ono of the strongesgIrls strongest strongestgirlfl ttrongest ttrongestglrl
glrl gIrls In Hoboken HobokenDINNER Hobken HobkenDIllF1 HobokenDINNER
Te The Karl arl or Glasgow OaKow Presides Ireltde and the tie Karl Karlof Erl Erlor Earof
of Hrlborne Toasts TOltl1he lbs Admiral AdmiralVpicfoJ Admirl Admirlpfl Admiralpscias
VpicfoJ pfl CaM Vt On D path to Tni Tn SvteLONDON Sex SexLONDON Sl SlINDON
LONDON April Apri 14 1 14A A dinner was giventonight given ghentonlght givettonight
tonight at tho Hotel Cecil Ceci In honor of ofAdmiral o oAdmiral I IAdmiral
Admiral Melville Melvie of the United Unted States Stat Navy NavyTho Navyrho I ITho
Tho Earl Erl of Glasgow GI gow presided prldef He l1 was wassupported wa waisupported I
supported support by the Eart of Belborne Belborn First FirstLord Firt FirtLrd Firs1ord
Lord Lrd of the te Admiralty Admtrly the Marquis of ofGraham G GGraham i iGrblm
Graham Grblm and others othersAdmiral othersAdmiral otbersdmlr
Admiral dmlr Melville Meivl sat et at the te right of the thechairman thecnalrman thuhalrmatt
chairman and Id Henry White Beoretury 8e1ry Reoretarythe oi oithe oftbe
the American Aolo Athoric Embassy Emby on nhl his blleft left Among Amongtho Amon Amontho Amonithe
tho guests guet were George Wetngho WestInghouse thuAmerican the theAmerican theAmerIcn
American AmerIcn Inventor and an manufacturer manutacture and andW ant antcv I
W J Buchanan director direor of the Weetlnghousd Weetlng W Weetlaghottad Ung Unghous
housd Company Compny There Thoe were thirtyfour thirtyfourguests thirtytomguests
guests guestsAfter gUele gUeleArer guestsAfter
After Arer formal tormalolt toasts to the King and Presi President P PresiInnt ¬
dent Roosevelt Roo8el the Earl Erl of Selborne Blbme pro proposed propos proposed ¬
posed pos the health healb of Admiral Admira Melville Melvie Itthe In Inthe Inthe
the course cou of his b speech speeb the Earl expressed expressedsympathy exproesse exproessesympathy
sympathy with the Americans AercanH In the ho disas disaster dlea dleastsr ¬
ter tel on board boar the warship wahIp Missouri MissouriDYNAMITE MissouriD1HITE MissouriDINA3I1TE
Gen Gfn Unrarkons Uarrko1 Son a I Victim VictimOne leUmOnf One or the theAnarohliti theAnarlltl tntAnarchists
Anarchists It Also Killed Killedsptcial HItd HItdSpCol UlilrtiSpecial
Special SpCol CaSts Cab Dttputthtt Duparrl to Tux SUN SUNST SUMBT SUNSr
ST PBTEBSHURO PETRSIURO April Apri U 1T1ete 14There There was wa a adynamite adyamie e eJynamlto
dynamite dyamie qutrago at the Hotel du Nord Nor this thismorning Uls Ulsmoring thisnorning
morning moring The Thl explosion killed kie the son of ofGen otOen ciion
Gen Kazarkoff Kazrkol Another man was wa also alsokilled alo alokla alecdiled
killed kla and on his hil body boy incriminating Inorlmlnatng docu documents dou douments docunents ¬
ments and plans plan were wer foundLONDON found foundIX CoundNDON
IX LONDON > NDON April Apri 14 1The The victims of the thedynamite thedyamie theIynamito
dyamie dynamite explosion at St Petersburg Petersburgare
are believed bleve to t be b numerous and an to In Include Indude include ¬
clude a member membr of the State Council CouncilTHE Cuni CuniTil Councilmi
ingllih 1111 Likely Uktl to Advance Atlnce on IJiana IJianaSeventy Ulaa UlaaSenntr IhasaSeventy
Seventy Tlbctani Captured CapturedSpecial Cpturtd CpturtdSptlal Capturedpectai
Special Sptlal CMt C4 Otrptth Vlalcl to TBS Tll Rra RraLONDON Au AuLOr1N hturLoNuoN
LONDON LOr1N April Apri 15 15A A despatch delch to therimes the therime theTim
rime from Oyangtse Tibet says IY8 that thatthe tbatthe thatho
the ho Grand tama lam shows no sign of yielding yieldingto yeldIng yeldIngto
to 0 the British expedition expeIton The correspond correspondent correpnd correpndent ¬
ent at predicts Irelol8 that there will wl be an advance advanceon
on In Lhasa LhasaCol Lhf LhaaaCol
Col Younghusband Younghuband the political pUtcleer leader of ofthe ofthe ofLie
the expedition eJpollon confirms cnfr the report repr of fur further flr flrther furher ¬
ther fighting fghtng with wih the Tibetans many mn1 of ofwhom ofwhom ofrhom
whom he nays IY wore ere wounded ounde Seventy Seventywere Sventy Sventywere Seventynero
were nero made mae prisoners prisonersCARDINAL prioner prionerOAnD prisonersCARDINAL
le He Ic WM W the he OldrttsMomner OldPtembe of the te Sacred SacredCollege 8eed 8eedColesMae t3acredCoIlegefade
College ColesMae CoIlegefade Made Cardinal Crdi In 1884 1884sptrtti 18 18Sptlol iggiSpeCll
sptrtti Sptlol CaSt Dnpaun Dup CI la II TB TaB SUK SUKPALERMO 505PAT2JIMO UK UKPALMO
PALERMO PALMO April Apri 14 aCrinal 14CardInal Cardinal Pietro PietroOeremla Pie Pietroeremia r rGeremi
Geremi Oeremla Michelangelo lichclangelo Celesia Coleia Archbishop Archbishopof
of if Palermo Palero died die today toda He was born br in InIS
1814 IS and wa wcrole eaacreatod created a I Cardinal CInl In 1884 1884Cardinal 18 18Caria 188tCardinal
Cardinal Celosla was wa the oldest oldOL member memberof membeiLif membeor
of if Caria the Sacred Clela College Cego having completed completedhis cmplet completedii
hil his ii ninetieth SQr year last lat January Jauary He Hewas HeWB lieens
was ens unable to attend attnd the Conclave Cnolave that thatelected tat tatelect thatt1ctod
elected WB unale Plus Plul X owing owig to hU 11 hi age and ad In Infirmttlfts Infnltl InIrmltles
firmttlfts elect He was wa born bor at Palermo Paono become becomeMontecaaelno blo bloa becamoL
fnltl a L BenedIctine monk and latr later Aubot Atbbot or orMontelo ofuOntocaino
Montecaaelno Montelo Delotlo In 1890 18O ho was wa made mae Bishop Bishopof Dlop Dlopof
of if Patti in SIcily and In 1871 181 Archbishop Archbishopof Aobihop Aobihopof
Patt I
of if Palermo LeoXIII made him Cardinal CardinalIn Crlcl CrlclIn
Palero LXI mae
In n 1884 184 He le is the second send Cardinal to die diesince dIesinc dieInco
since sinc Inco the Conclave ConclaveTHE ConclaveTIlE nclavo nclavoTIU
111 Has Fled Frd Into Italian ialan Territory Trlor From Fromgomalllanil FromSetnalIland om omSomUa11
gomalllanil gomalllanilApKioi SomUa11 SetnalIlandSpactal
ApKioi 114 CaW Ca Jr lupaU flespaWi > pattA to Tim SUK SUKADEN SUKADEN SosAnas
ADEN April Apri 14 14The The Mad Mid Mullah Hadji HadjiMohammed Hajl HajlMohammed Hadjlfohammed
Mohammed ben bn Abdullah Abua who has ha been beenengaged bn bnongngl beenngnged
engaged In a campaign campi against a anlt the British Britishla Britih BritihIn
ongngl Into Italian Italianterritory ItalIanerrltory
la territory teriory ci Homallland Homa1nnd has escaped ellp Ito
Ilrltlah Krllh Destroyer Floated FloatedSpfcdl Foattlt Foattltpcla FloatedSpecoJ
Spfcdl pcla C CaN W Diipalth la II Tar TRJ SUN SnvLONDON SUNLONDN SexLoNooN
LONDON LONDN April 14 HThe Tho British Driih destroyer destroyerToazcr dElroytr dElroytrTeazl destroyerroarr
uwt last night nightran nightra nightan
Teazl Toazcr which in the manoeuvres mn
ran an Into the seawall Btawal of Portsmouth Portmouth harborchIle harbor harborwhile
ra while whie Prince Princ Henry Heny of Prussia Pt111 was Wi look looking lok lokIng lookng ¬
ing ng on has hl been bn floated Olte off offMIsi 01 offthai
thai 11 Oasis Dnl Marries Uarlll C Capt pt Courtney CourtneySptctil CourtneySpfCi1 COUrlnl COUrlnlSprll
Sptctil CoMi Dtipateit pal to Tut Tal SDK SDKNice SCKNteE Sv SvNica
Nice Sprll April Apri 14 UMIfR 14Miss Miss Elsie Elle Davis Dal of New NewYork NewYork Newtork
York was al married mare today to t Capt Courtney Courtneyson Curtney CurtneyIn
son In nn of the Bishop Dshop of Nova Scotia Sta In I the theAmerican theAmerlcl themerican
American Amerlcl Church Churb of the Holy 101 Spirit SpiritFine RplrltFID SpiritFin
Fine FID Fin Old 8otCb 8otCbl trotrb trotrblitatii cotcbLiiicca >
litatii l au S GleliltVCtAdr GleliltVCtAdrS Qltnllvel OlenlnAdr A < lt
He le Says 8a1 its Il Known Uno Tlit Japan llai llaiTueie 1 1re Hafleselloataiorpedoes
fleselloataiorpedoes Tueie re Monti 10RtlorlrdoeM Torpedofs Couldnt Came CameSnob Cule CuleHoeh CausSuolt
Snob Damage and Ind He le Cant Cnt Believe BelieveThat Ullee Ullee1lat Urileyhut
That 1lat MlmtDldneiioniror Ilnl Mines DdRulonl flldliessonu for Illilirllrr IllilirllrrA 111 hIs Drltr DrltrA BelIef BelIefA
A retired retre naval officer ofcer declared declaed las lasnIght last lastnight IMtnigh
night nigh his hl belief blief that moat OBt of the damage damagedone damgu damgudon damagdone
done don to the Russian Rulm fleet feet by the tle Japanese Japaneseat JapauCe JapauCeat
at Port Arthur rhur has Il boen bol accomplished accomplishedby aooulplshed aooulplshedby
by submarines His statements slatAneDts were madbefore made madebefore ma e ebeCort
before beCort the arrival arrval of cable despatches despatchesascribing dNpatohlf dNpatohlfalrblng deepatcheascribing
ascribing alrblng the to name t I views Iewl to Russians RUSIB in inSt Int ii iiSt
St t Petersburg PetersburgIt Peterburg
It l i is tho t only 011 way that that you can account accountfor acoolnt acoolntlor acoouii acoouiifor
for the repeated repaLd disaster dlfltel to the Russian Russianships RUlan RUlanshlpII Rusalatships
ships he said Bald In the first fight fght when whenthe whetthe hen hentho
the Betvizaii leli1wl was WI Injured InJuo It was W tho theory theoryof theor theorof
of naval experts elrs that Japanese Japal torpedo torpedoboats torJtdo torJtdoboate torpvduboats
boats got around aound the entrance entrace of the harbor harborand habor haborad harboanduuaited
and ad anduuaited waited ale for the Russian Uuslln fleet fot ficetto to be h coaxed coaxedout coxe cooxec cooxecont
out At that thI time 1m u 1 Russian battleship battleshipand balleahlp balleahlpaud battieshijand
and a cruiser crr were ee sunk by explosions explosionsunderneath exploslonl explosionunderneath
underneath uuderl01h and since then three Russian Russianships Uusiwi Uusiwisl Ruesitualilp
ships sl ps have been Injured Inju or destroyed detroye in a asimilar aIlrll u usimilar
similar Ilrll fashion fashionIt tlhlon tlhlonI
It I is incredible Incredibl that ships shp which un undoubtedly UI urndoubtodly ¬
doubtedly have charts ohar of the lie mines aboard aboardshould aud audIh9uld ahoaxuehpuld
should Ih9uld be be blown up by them One of the thefirst thefrlt thu thufirst
first frlt things Admiral Admral Makaroff Makaro did when he hereached berohed lu lureached
reached rohed Port Arthur was Wa to rosurvey rolrey the theharbor thehrbor thu thuharbor
harbor hrbor and locate loat the te mines minesWhat mie minesVhat
What la i the sense Bnf of these thee constant cDltnt bow bombardments bowbdmet beaubardmeuts ¬
bardments bdmet if t they are not feints lelt made in inorder inoror It Itorder
oror order to t entice eDto the thl Russian Uuaan ships ship out out The Thetheory To Tothery Th Ththeory
theory thery that thlt the be Potropavlovek struck Itrck lie lieown her herown llerow
own ow mines mie ls I impossible imposible and the theory teor that thatthe tat tatthe thuthe
the Japanese Jap8 planted plant a mine mo during duig a night nightattack nIghtatak nightattaok
attack atak la I absurd They could coud not not anticipate anticipateher atcpte atcptehor anticpather
her course cuse The e uubniarlnoa Iubmalo with their theirperiscopes thaIperiscopes theirprlicops
periscopes prlicops could run r Into It the first fst narrow narrowpart naow naowpart narroupart
part part of the outer outr channel and ad we know knowthat kow kowtbat knotbat
that tbat the Japanese Japanele have submarines submarinesA Iubmrln IubmrlnA
A United Unit States Stte naval officer ofcer landed lande at attho atth a athe
the th wrong wong dock dok apparently spparty on a unused unusedwharf uul unus unuswharf
wharf in a I Japanese Japnes town t before the war warand warId warand
and Id saw law a submarine surrounded lurolmded on three threesides threesides lure luresIdes
sides by high fences fence so that thatiL it was a visible visibleonly visibi visibiouiy Islble Islbleonly
only from the te water side sie Before he h had hadan hd hatan
an a opportunity opprtity to examine It some Japanese Japanesesoldiers Japnes Japauesoldiers
soldiers soldies on guard guar drove him away Iway with withflorae wln wlnfere withfierce
florae fere threats thot They Boomed me highly hihly Indig Indignant IDdlgnant ludlgnant ¬
nant that ho should 6ould have Wve caught sight of ofthe ofthe c cthe
the boat at a tal all allExecution allExecutlon
Execution Exeton such el0h as 1s L credited creit to the thetorpedo thetorpo thutorpedo
torpedo torpo boats boaU has b never boon bo heard bea of ofthough orthougb ofthough
though that lht class cl of vessels veills lias been beenteetod ben bentto beette
teetod tto te tixl again aan and again But submarine submarineare subrinea subrineaae
are ae a new element In civilized civize warfare warfareand warfaread warfareand
and ad It Is perfectly prety possible Jlle that that they ty could coulddo eoulddo couludo
do all al thin damage damlge if I they could cold get into intotho It bt btthe
the channel channel I predict prict that tht the submarines submarineswill submies submieswi submarinewill
will wi revolutionize revolutlonlle modern moem warfare as al much muchas mud mudas
as the hattie bio between btwen the Monitor Monttr and 11d the theMerrimao theMerrmo th thMerrimso
Merrimao MerrimaoLIVING MerrimsoLIVING
George Oeorae Oonld GoJd Celebrates trate stei the Return Ret oUts o oBli of ofBI8
Bli Wire to Georgian Oeo rla Court CourtLAKXVOOD COU COULwoOD CourtLAKJcW0pD
LAKXVOOD LwoOD X J April Apri 14 1M 14Mrs Mm Georg GeorgJ
J T Gould Gud has ha recovered revere from the effects etct o oher or orher oher
her operation opton and returned relure to Georgia GeorgiaCourt Oerglan OerglanCut GeorgiatCourt
Court Cut this t afternoon ateron accompanied accmpanIed by Mr MrGould MrOould MrGould
Gould and ad her daughter daughtr Marjorie Mr MrGould MrGoud MrGould
Gould Goud and ad Marjorie llaJorle supported spprt Mrs M Goukduring Goulc Goulcduring Guld Guldduig
during duig the few fw steps aho hu had h to take from fronthe fromthe frontthe
the train tai to the Lo Gould Gou carriage otage At Georgi Georgion Gergi Gergian
an Court Cut tonight tnlght It was wa said s id that Mrs MrsGould MrsOould MraGould
Gould wan Wil getting gettg along aong nicely and soon sooiwould sn snwould soonwould
would bo b able to bo about abut again againMr agai againMr
Mr 11 Gould Goud threw open op the Casino Cino at atGeorgian atGorglan a aGeorgian
Georgian Gorglan Court Curt this evening velng for a living livingobese llvtafobess Ihgobf
obf obese game arranged arlged by Dr Charles I ILlndley LLidley ILindloy
Lidley Llndley and Ind Prof prr F M Roser ROlr of the te village villagefor villegstor lnge lngetor
tor tho benefit bnet of the te Boys Glee Ge Club Cub A Alargo Alario A Aargo
largo argo representation reprlttlol of members membr of the theManhattan theMnhattn thucManhattan
Mnhattn Manhattan Chess Cen Club of o New York was waaprevent WI waspresent
prevent preent The ho living lvng figures fgeR occupied occupiedpositions occupi occupiedpositIons
piltonl positions on an immense Imme chessboard chlbr which whichwa wbcb wbcbalald whictwaslaldoutin
wa waslaldoutin alald laid out In I the te therldlngarenaatthocaaino therldlngarenaatthocaainoThe riding ridig arena aea at tho Casino CasinoProf Clno ClnoThe
The game Wl was played by Dr Lidley Llndiey and andPrur andProf
Prof Ifbfier Ho er and astho B as the moves move wore woe made madethe wadeUe madcLhe
the of the the thelargo thelage thelarge
Ue positions psIton I living lvig figures fg on
largo lage board br were 1 ro changed chgP by marshals marshalsThu threhall marshalsrho
Thu costumes cstumes worn wor by the figures fgures In the thagame tbeme theame
game ame me wore wor of the thl period pIo of Charles C II IIThe n1ho Ifthe
The 1ho the pawns carried caie shields sbllls and spears spearsWhon spearsWhen
Whon pwa a place was w takon from the te lpr board boardthe bar boardhe
the he figure fg8 was wa allowed alowA to t take tke his h seat set in intho Intho inho
tho audience audtoc Clayton Clytn Robbins was w kingun king kingon
on the red r side ana ad Holsey Hailty Polhetnus king kingon kingn
on n the blue blueSHOT bluojIT blueShOT
SHOT jIT HIS hillY HROTHER RUOTIZERonrYearOld HROTHERFourYearold BlTl1m BlTl1mFour1urOd
FourYearold Four1urOd Invited Invied by b > KlchtYcarOlil KlchtYcarOlilto 1ltl 1ear01
to Examine Jamlne a Loaded JMrtol JMrtolJohn 1101 1101John PlitolJohn
John Weyh 4 years year old ld of 1704 170 Fulton Fultontreet Flon Flontret Fultontreet
treet tret East EL New York 1011 was WI accidentally accidentallyshot acidentaly acidentalythot
thot shot and killed klod yesterday Ylteray afternoon aferon by his hiseightyearold hil hilelghtyearold histightyearold
eightyearold brother Julius Julu The Th young youngbters youngHtrs youngters
Htrs bters were playing on the floor for above their theirmothers theirmotherl theirnothers
mothers millinery nlnery store when Julius Julu found founda toundI foundsmall
I a small smal revolver rnollr belonging to o his hi brother brotherJoseph brotherJ brotherloseph
J Joseph JosephLook Oph
OphLok Look Lok at this Is Johnnie Johnie said 11d Julius JuliusThe Julu JuliusThe
The younger youngebo boy ran to t his hi brother brthr just justas Jut Juta
a as a the revolver rvlvJb which hch was wa old and ad rusty rustyeft r1ty r1tywent rustyrent
went off Th The bullet uUet Itrokth struck the by boy in I the theaft t
lert aft breast bt o The Th injured injW lad l tried trie to dra dralimself drag dragbisl 4rstimself
bisl limself to tho bed b but died die before boror ha h cdul cdultet c cdliiet Wd Wdget <
get et there thereJulius ther thereJulius
Julius JUlu ran to t the yard ya and hid His Hisilster Hl Hislater
Iter later Pearl 11 1 years real old heard hear the shot shotind shotand shotnd
and found her dead brother Policeman PolicemanJcGarry Polcmn PolcmnMcGarry PohloemanIcOarry
JcGarry found Julius Julus hiding hiin and a looked lookeddm lockedtIm
dm up up In the Atlantic Atanlo avenue station stationjutor ataton atatonLter stationater
Lter hm jutor be ne was B taken to the rooms room of the theChildrens theCbldrnlloelet thehiildrens
Cbldrnlloelet CbldrnlloeletCADETS Childrens society societyCADETS eoeletyCADETS
Pefktd Perked lced From Fonl Behind Dlhlnd flehindthe the Shelter Rleltr to See lte lire lirenulled tie tieDult11 lie lieBullets
Bullets Dult11 Hit lt the Target TaredPHILADELPHIA TarlctPILDRLPIU TargetPUILDRLPUU
PHILADELPHIA PILDRLPIU April Apri 14With 14 14Wlh With his hil loft loftye ler I Iye
lye ye knocked knoke out by a glancing bullet bullt Edgar EdgarYearick Egar EgarYtaric Edgarreariok
Ytaric Yearick a I cadet Cdet at the Pennsylvania PenD8Ianil Mili Military Mi Miiiuury ¬
tlry tary uury College Colege at Chester Chetor was IS brought brugh to tho thoWills thoWil theVilla
Wil Wills Eye Hospital Hospitl in this city o ty last lst night nightYoarlck ntght nightearick
Yoarlck Yorlck was wal on the rifle range rang with wih a 1 firing firingsquad fring fringsuad firingquad
suad squad which was 8S qualifying quallng In marskman marskmannhlp mr8kman mr8kmanIllp marakmanhIp
hIp at 100 10 and loo O 00 yards Cant Cart Julius JulUI T TConrad TConmd Tonmd
Illp anl
Conrad who was Wa In charge chrge of 0 the squadelit squad squadRent lua
Rent 8nt Yearick and Ind another Inother cadet to aot as asmarkers asnarkers
markers mlrkel at the targets The young men menworn monwer menrerus
worn to remain remi sheltered sheltr behind bh1d the butt buttwhile but buttchile
while wer hie the firing fring was Wi going goig on The Te shelter shelterwas Bhelterwa shelterCu
was sufficient to prevent any possibility possibilityof plflblt plflbltot
wa of uf danger dnger Yearick kept ktpt peeping PNp1g around aroundthe nrund nrundthe aroundhe
the side to t sw the bullets hulcll strike Itrlko Whie while he hewas hea heiaa
was a doing this oneof one of the bullets bulets glanced glancedfrom glncd glncdand gtncednd
and nd flying frlng trom rota the lie target tarlet toro his bII eo eotrm eye eyerum
from trm rum the lie socket socketThe socketThe kot kotThe
The Impact did not knock him senseless senselessand lelOll senselessnd
and nd ho llpct exonerated eonerated all al concerned cncre Year Yearick Ytar Ytartck Yearok ¬
ick ok lives lve In Philadelphia Phlldelph and Is II quite qlo anthlete an anathlete anathleto
athlete He le won the Mabel lbll Le L Lee Hyatt Hyattprizo Htt Hyatttrim
prize trim In a 1 recent rent athletic athleto contest contestRepublican ontt onttRephlean oontcuetleptibilean
Rephlean Republican Candidate Omdldato Killed KlrdAldlnt KIlledAecIdent Aceldrnt or orMurder orInrtlr orMurder
VINCBNNES lad April Aprl 14 HPerr 14Perry Perry C CCollins Cohms
Collins 10 Republican Republcan candidate cndidate for the thoTwelfth tlmTelb thewolfth
Telb Twelfth Judicial Circuit Crut diodlast dloiut night ou outhe 011e Ottlie
the e way ay to tho ho county count poor asylum lylum from fromthe tromtbe fromhe
the he hospital hopial ward at tho pr Jail Jal Collins Clne wan wanfound WMtoud wasound
found toud unconscious unonloU wa on the street atreb Saturday Saturdayntght Saturdayulght trdar trdarnight
night either eiher from trm being Olnl struck Itrck on the te headur head headIlurnetta heador
or ur ta tafitog Icg on the pavement paementIlrutU pavementBurnetts
Ilurnetta Vanilla Extract Extractli E1traelI
I li a Att sold tld d l IlrutU all the lb b beI l grocers cr evarywhert vrhe try U It ItAtt I Id ftAdi
William Wilam Exchanges lelanel Yacht Visit jiIS With 1ltl Sir Sirand Mranti lr lrRml
and Mr Mrl Cornelius Corne1WGolne CorneliusGoing Gotnc to tt Dinner Dinnerflptetal Unner Unnerptclal 1innerSpectal
flptetal Cable Ditpatth DIIalh lo TUB SDK SDKSTTUCUSB SDI SDIBrACt8R SuwBT
STTUCUSB BrACt8R BT ltActlsS Sicily Siciy April Aprl 14 14CrneUuB 14CrneUuBVanderblt 14Corneliti 14CornelitiVanderbilts Cornelius CorneliusVanderbllts
Vanderbllts Vanderblt steam yacht acht the North Norh Star Stararrived Btararle StararrIved
arrived arle here her this tWI morning morig The German GermanImperial Oeran OeranImpial Germatimperial
Imperial Impial yacht HohenitoUern Hohlvole with wib the theEmperor IheEmperor tb tbEmperor
Emperor William Wilam on board boa was wa In tho thoport Ihoport th thport
port and the Emperor Empror visited vllie the North NorthStar NortbHtar NortiStar
Star StarSubsequently Htar8ub8uenty StarSubsequently
Subsequently 8ub8uenty Mr and Mrs Mr Vanderbilt Vanderbiltcolled Vldebl Vldeblcale Vandetbllcalled
called cale on the Emperor mpor aboard aboa the Holier Holierzollern Hbe Hbe7oler Holiestzohlern
zollern 7oler The visit Ialt lasted laltt an hour hOlr The TheEmperor TheEpror Tb TbEmperor
Emperor Epror accepted aoeJtt an Invitation InvtaUon to I dine dinewith dInewih dIn dInwIth
with wih the YandarbllU YadebUI tomorrow tomorrowMONK tomotrOWI tomorrowIOvI
Assault In II the First Fra Decree Decee the crime 4lmUe 4lmUeIa 4Ime1luMay He HeMay
May Ia UM Ten Yean YeanMonk lf lfMonk cars carsMonk
Monk Eastman Etan was wa convicted yesterday yesterdayof
of assault aalault In the first frt degree and Ind may my be besent belenL is issent
sent lenL to State prison for ten years year Re Recorder Recorder Becorder ¬
corder GoCf Got will 1 impose sentence lenteno on Tues Tuesday Tee Teeday Tucaday ¬
day and Ild In thu thumeaDtlme meantime Monk MonL will wilette wiletteup settle settleup eettl eettlUj
his affairs uffalraLawyer affairslawyer
up Uj hil tal talIawer
Lawyer G W Hurlbut who defended defendedhim dereded derededhim dotendechim
him said aid before the th verdict was rechouthat reached reachedthat reachedthat
that If his hll client cient should be convicted of ofattempted ofatempted c cattempted
attempted atempted murder urder an appeal would ba bataken botken In Intaken
taken tken He wasnt sure lure that he would wouldadvise wouluadvise wouldadvise
advise such action acton In thu the event of convictlon con conviction convition ¬
viction vition of assault assaultEastman Isl assaultEastman
Eastman l Btman although athough arrested areted scores SCOr of oftlmea ortnl1 o otinivs
tlmea tnl1 for assault Mault has never before brore been beenconvicted 1n 1nconvicte beetconvicted
convicted convicte of the tht tht crime crme The only con conviction convicton convlction ¬
viction victon he ever er had was wa for attempted attemptedburglary Itemptd Itemptdbugl attemptoburglary
burglary burglarylie bugl
lie le manifested matetd no emotion etoUon at the t TOT TOTdlct verdIct e
dlct dlcl None of Monks followers folow r was WB ID IDcourt Inoour Ii Iicount
court oour when the jury reported reportedRAO repored reporedRAG reportedR4G
Her 111 Husband Iwband Found Foud Thousands oulandl or Dollar DollarIn DonnlIn DollarIn
In Her ler Pockets Peoketl After Arer She Died In 8qnor 8qnorUll Squalorlioira Squalor SqualorBonn
Bonn Ull April Apri 14 HMary Mary Whitbeok B Byears 0 0years
years yar old who supported 8uppod herself herl by pick picking pic picklog
ing rags rag died In I nor hr squalid squald home near neaiGreat neaGreat
Great Grat Falls Fa on March Iarh 8 Tub Th morningwhIle morning morningwhile morig
while whie her bel husband bubad Stephen Stphen 7aa vaa B search searching sarh sarhher searchlog ¬
log her clothes clothe preparatory prpaator to selling selig them themho the themhe
he found toud certificates orlfcatls of deposits depoit In I banks banksseveral ba banksseveral
several svera thousand thoud dollars doll hi I Qovemmenbonds Government Governmentbonds Goverent Goverentbond
bonds bond and mortgages mortgagel aggregating aggatig 14000 14000Be 10 i400sewed
Be 8wed sewed wed up in I various varoU pooketa pooketaWhltbeck pockt pookotaWhitbeck
Whltbeck Wltek tried to get the t checks ohek cashed cashedat oae eashecat
at the banks bank and ad failed taled because bu they ty were wereIn wer weein
In I the name of his bl dead ded wife wie He does dO not notknow not no noknow
know kow where whr she got the money mony but thinks thinkssho thinkshe
she had ba It when ha married mae borsome her her1ome come yean yeanago yeanago
ago ao He was Wi obliged oblge to t borrow borow moner to topay t tpy t tpay
pay py for her burial burialBAND burial burialBAND burialBAND
Musicians 1lnslclanl UnIon Wont ont Let members Ilemb Play PtajWith Play1ltlt Pta Ptaflhth
With 1ltlt Him 11m at World Fair FairSr FaIrSr Ir IrSr
Sr Lorna LUS April Al6WU 14 i4WUhiam WlUlam Well Wel leadej leadejof leadeof
of tho band bad bearing bea his hi name ne has h8 been beenexpelled ben benexpled beetexpelled
expelled expled from tro0 tho Mulc Musicians Union Unio It Itis ItI I ILa
is I alleged aege that tht he engaged egage musicians muloa foiless fo foless foi torles
less les than ih union WI prloae prOAadltoDI prOAadltoDIohl An additional additionalcharge additionscharge
charge ohl e was aa that Well refused rr to t file fohl hli hliworlds hiWorlds
worlds fair contract contt with wth the te headquarton headquartonat baqr
at the to Aflohenbroedel Abenbrel Club an a in 1 tho nil ruliwhere re rewher nilwhere
where wher contracts contatl exceed ecd 100 100Weils 10 10Wels 100Wells
Wells Wels band consists con8it of fortyflve tortfn mom monvb 000 momhers
b br hers rs His Is expulsion expulIon will wi bar members mebr ol olthe otthe o othe
the union uion from frm playing plyt with wt him hi He has hasa hata
a contract contrat to furnish turI8h muslo mulo for the t entire entirefair entr entinfair
fair tall period prod Mr Well Wel Is If one of the best bestknown bet betknow beetknown
known know band uld leaders leaem In St LoutDUEl1 Lout LouliDUEL LuL LuLDUEl
One Onf Combatant Cnlbatant KlllrdUdid Killed Child Crushed Cuhtd 1 1Death to toDlatl ii iiDeath
GUADALAJARA GUADALJARA Mexico 1Ie3tco April Apri 14 14WhUe 14Whilepriest While Whilepriest a apriest
priest was wa celebrating celebratDg mass ma and the te odlfic odlficwan eice eiceWI odificuteats
wan WI thronged with wlh people pple Sebastian Sbta Chave Chaveand Chavecsnd z znnd
and Prlraitltro PrlmlUro Medina stood eto In I tho centr centrof cnte cnteor centruLit
of the church at Tamazula Tamala a town tow In the thesouthwestern theIouthwe8ter thutsouthwestern
southwestern Iouthwe8ter part of this tlls State and Id engaged en engagod engage
gagod gage In a duel with wlb pistols pistoleThree pistle pistleThro pistolsThree
Three Thro bullets blletl from trr Medinas Medlnal pistol piltl tool toojeffect tcoketet toolsifect
effect etet and Chavez died almost almolt Instantly InstantlyMedina Inltty InlttyMedina Instantlyedina
wounded In theanlo the thtpanic thepaio
Medina edina was Wi only slightly slghty wOlnde
paio panic anlo that followed lol owed a small amal child chid was waicrushed wasrushed
crushed cMlhe to death and several women omen and ancchildren and andchidren andilulidren
children chidren were Injured InjuredDREW Injlre InjlreDnEW injuredflREII
ElectroMacnct Eleltroarrt Attracts AUrotl It I From Near NearIlls Nfr NeatIlls
Ills 11 Heart HeartSALT leat leatSALt heartSALT
SALT LAKE Utah Uah April Apri 14 14A A nail ni won wondrawn WMdrawn wa wairawn
drawn from a point close cOtl to the th heart of ofLouis orIOIIA ofiotiis
Louis IOIIA E Cherry Cher aged 10 months by orulectromagnet on onelectromagnet oneletrmagnet
electromagnet eletrmagnet yesterday The child chid swal swallowed swallowed swulowed ¬
lowed the he nail nai two weeks okl ago agoExperiments agoExperimentA agoExperiments
Experiments on a dog showed ahowe It to be beImpossible b bernpossible
Impossible to extract the nail nai with the thousual theualAI theismul
usual ualAI instruments Instnlmentl A long curved cured piece piee of ofsteel orItPl 01dccl
steel ItPl attached Rtache to a powerful powlrful electromag electromagnet eletzomag eletzomagnet ¬
net eL was WI pushed puhed down dow tho windpipe windpip Aloon A a asoon I Isoon
soon as a the current curnt was 1 turned tured on he te null noilbecome nullecanue
become bae ecanue attached attbe to the stool stel and ad was W8 with withdrawn wih wihdrlwn withtrawn ¬
drawn drawnNO drlwn trawntO
1lrel Three hree All Al Italian Ialal to De Named at the theConilctory theCnilltor theCousistory
Conilctory Cnilltor to Bo Held In Jane Janetptcial JunepecIaI IDne1ra
tptcial CaN DupelOt DpaC lo Turn SUN RUNROMP SUNROME SunROMP
ROMP 1ra April Apri 14 1At 14At At the Consistory COlstory to bo boheld homId
held early enly in Juno three thl Cardinals Cardlnll all allItalians al alltailana
Italians IaUI will wl probably prbbly be b elected elet The ThePope ThePope Th Thope
Pope ope declares delr that tlDt it would ould bo b Inexpedient Inexpedientto Inexpient Inexpientto
to 0 reenforoo rnror tho foreign minority in the thoSacred theSacre theaored
Sacred Sacre College CollegeThat Collp CollpThat CollegeThat
That minority generally gonoraly speaking lpalog is ishostile ishOte istostilo
hostile to the new policy ploy of the Vatican Vaticanin
hOte in mu the direction dlrtlon of a better bler understanding understandingwith undemtdlnl undemtdlnlwlh
with wlh the Italian Itlnn Government GovernmentDYING Goycrment GoycrmentD1I GovernmenthIXG
Ruining Ciai From om a Bore He le Made Ilao In I InMain a aMftln >
Main laln Overwhelms Unrlhllm Workman WorkmanNEW Workan WorkanNRW iorkmanNaw
NEW RoonELLK RC EL1 > N Y April 11 UOn On one oneof oneor
of 1 the busiest b81ct corners cmer of New Rochelle RochelleEdward Roele RoeleEdward Rocheiledward
Edward Brophy an employee emploc of the tl West Westchester W IVesthester st stchter
chester Lighting 1lgbtng Company Comp mot a a singular singulardeath Ilngulr Ilngulrdealh singularbath
death today Ho 10 was wa sent Int to t Huguenot Huguenotand
and nd Mechanic Iehalo streets strt8 to make mke a n connection connectionwith cnnoton cnnotonwih connectionvltli
with wih a gas RB main min A few minutes mnut after artr artrBropy afterIrophy
I ti it i i T I IMarshall
Irophy let hllelf himself Int into the hole Edward Edwardlarshall
Mlhal Bropy Marshall a hotelkooper who ho peered down downto do doto
to 0 see Be how Brophy Bphy holtlkopr wan getting getngaong gotttngalong along r found foundhim toundblm foundurn
him urn unconscious unoDctouH and Id the te gas ga escaping escapingBrophy NeapingBrophy Coplu CopluBrophy
Brophy was taken out alive but died di on ontho ontho onho
tho ho way way wa to t the hospital h0pla avo Examination Examinationsuch ExaDaton ExaDaton8howl Examinationhiowed
8howl that Drophy hl had bor bored trufh through the themain ho honaln
main and > tht that the ga gas had nlhed rushed ou out wl11 wl11such wIth wIthuch
such uch force for that tht ho was wa overcome overme before oror ha hoould hacould hecould
could call clI for help He leaves INve R I wife wie and andfamily andfaiy andrurally
faiy faiyolno family familyVolcano rurallyoiesnO
Volcano In Eruption Eupton In Mlehoaran lloatan MexicoGuanaiusit Mexico MexicoGUADibAunA Ilexlto IlexltoGUAIUIA
GUADibAunA GUAIUIA Mexico Mlxo April Apri 14 14Word 14Wordlas Vord Vordhas
has las boon bn received rhd hero from Sahuaye Shuare A Atown aown
town own In the State of MichoacanJuntFOUthot MichoacanJuntFOUthotLake Mlebocanjut Michciacanjust south or orLke ofk
Lke Lake k Chapnln Gbapal that th a crater has ha formed formedon
on a the top of La L Bavila Bayla Hill Hi about fivo fivomiles fo fomie fivualice
mie miles from that tbt place plac and that Rand And nnd nndhot nndhot andlot
hot lot rock rok aro being Ilig > thrown out The hA erup eruptions eruptlonq erupIons ¬
Ions tlonq ar II are accompanied acompnnle by subterranean subterraneannolsefl Iuhlfrrnnenn IuhlfrrnnennJ subterraneanohms
ohms nol Consternation Consernaton prevails prvaln among Imong the thepnoplo thepplo lie lieuseplo
J pplo pnoplo In that section Ion The Th hill hu In i about aboutMvnntv aboutVtV aboutevenLy
evenLy VtV mllw ml from rrm Lbs CoIImaVolcaflo CIJJoloo
Alt nut Five of the Besztrasehnli ltutrllnll Crew Crewof Ce Ceof Cretuof
of Seventy Hennt Dritroycd DrltrOtdhe She Wai 1u Mar Surrounded 8urrouded Marrounded ¬
rounded rouded b by Japanese JapaDCe Destroyers DfJtroyrnThe DltrOtr DltrOtrTie
The Tie Itattlrshlp ltU Bhp Pobleda loblea Apparently ApparentlyTorpedoed AJJlnt ApparentlyTorpedoedSt
Torpedoed Torpdofdt TorpedoedSt Hi Petersburg PetN5bus I Is Nnt Nntoutwardly Nntoutrdly NotOutwardly
outwardly Moved Ilond by b the llliMtrr llliMtrrRuMlaa Iltu IltuUliS IllaseterRussias
RuMlaa UliS naval nava losses iOU on Wednesday Wenea1 were werenot wennot wereuot
not confined eODfed to tIm destruction desnrUo of o the te battle battleship btte bttesblp hattieship ¬
ship Petropavlovsk PetopavIovek The torpedo trdo boat boatdestroyer boaLdestoyer boatdestroyer
destroyer destoyer Besztraschni Btsztaehnl was 1 sunk lunk and ad the thebaMIeihlp thobatlell thebatUeshlp
baMIeihlp batlell p Pobiod bloa was WBblt hit by a a torpedo trpo and andInjured Id IdIDJur aridInjured
Injured InjuredThere IDJur InjuredThere
There Theo are ae renewed ren ewt reports reporl reportathatthefluuistn reportathatthefluuistncruiser that tt tholtuurim tholtuurimcruiser te Rula Rulacrtr
crtr cruiser Bayan Bay a was wln in a fight fght with aithflvuapan aithflvuapaneso t five fvJapan fvJapane8 Japan Japanese ¬
ese e8 warships alblpa on the name tmeday day and ad waaaome waaaomewhat wuame wuamewhat was some somewhat
what damaged damagedTokio daage damagedTokie
Tokio Tolo advices advlcel are that the ughtlng lhtDg was wasatlll W Wsu wasstill
atlll su continued CotDUW yesterday y rdy and ad that tbatthe the wreck wreckof wreckof k kat
of the battleship batUelhlp blocked blked the te entrance et to toPort toPor toPort
Port Por Arthur Arthu and ad prevented prevete the te entrance entranceof etCt etCtot
of the Russian ships shipsMORE 8blpl shipsMORE
Out Destroyer Detrotr Wat WasSunk falSo Sank and ad tbeflatUMhln tbeflatUMhlnPobleda UeflUrh thbihsttleshlpPobieda
Pobleda Ioble Disabled DUablrdSpecial Dlabled DlabledSpCa DisabledSpecial
SpCa Special Cullt C l JitpalO Dtptrl to C Tin TI Ou OuSt C vx vxSr
St ST PETEBSBUHO April AprIHT 14The 14 Tho Russiantorpedo Russian Russiantorpedo R
torpedo trpdo boat destroyer deto Bazstraachnl Dtru wassunk was wusu wasstrait
sunk su and ad the th battleship batOoihp Fobioda Poble was w dam damaged d dage damaged ¬
aged age on Wednesday WednesdayTho
The Te official ofcLI announcement anoucmet says ee that tha the thedestroyer thedestroyer he
destroyer destoyer was w out ot offfrom ofm the to rest rt of the theRussian theRussian
Russian Rue9ia fleet feet surrounded BWounded by Japanese Japaneseships Japaneseships Japae JapaeeWps
ships and destroyed destroyedThe dtoed dtoedTo
The To Pobloda Pobloda was ae struck slrc amidships aidhip by a atorpedo atoredo atorpedo
torpedo toredo according aoordwK to one account aot The Thaofficial Te Teofcial Theofficial
official ofcial version ellon is that she Ihe hit a mln m rubs She Shesuffered SheButered Shesuffered
suffered Butered no casualties caualtes and returned reture to t the theharbor theharhor theharbor
harbor harborRearAdmiral harhorRearAdmiral harborRearAdmiral
RearAdmiral Prince Prnce Ukhtomsky Uhtm who whohaa wboba whohas
has ba temporarily tmporarly Bucceoded luoee to tbo naval navalcommand navalcmd navalcommand
cmd command at Port Por Arthur Arhur telegraphs telegrapM that thatBezslrasohni tbnLDezlLrcbnl thatIlozstrasobni
Bezslrasohni DezlLrcbnl lost 10t all al but five fve of her crew crewShe crw crwShe crewShe
She carried carie seventyfive seventyfve men The de deitroyor detryer dostroyor
itroyor tryer was acting atlDg as a scout scoutTha seouLThe out oute
The e Admiral Admral also a10 reports rports that the Po Pobleda Pobloda Pobleda ¬
bleda bloda is II disabled disable His account aoount of the diR disaster diRaster dieaster ¬
aster Is that that she hit a I mine minenanriNQ mn mnII mineVIOIITINQ
IXWDON NDN April Apri 15 15A A despatch deptch txf tf 4 th thStandard thl thlStandard liii liiiStanufard
Standard from Toklo says e it la believed blevcd that thatthe th thatthe t tthe
the entrance to Port Prt Arthur Is blocked blocke by bythe hrthe bythe
the wreck wk of the Petropavlovsk Petrpavlo8k and that thatthe thattbe thatthe
the other Russian RUla warships wahp are unable to toenter toeter toenter
eter enter The despatch despth adds Idd that fighting fghtnl istill is isstill I IItU
still ItU proceeding proeing but blt the outcome outome cannot canot I Ipredicted 1prctd be bepredicted
predicted predictedA prctd prctdA
A despatch depth to t tho Express from Crm New Newohwang Ne Neohg Newohwang
ohwang says sys that tt the te naval naval disaster dlSter yester yesterday Yterdy yesterday ¬
day dy baa ha completely completly demoralized demorUr the to de defondera defende 4 4fonders
fondera fende of Port Por Arthur tu The he confidence confidenceInspired cnfdence cnfdenceIlplr confidenceinspIred
Inspired Ilplr by Admiral Admll Makaroff Mart has h entirely entirelyevaporated entrelr entrelrSaprle entIrelyevaporated
t forebodings forebodingsare
evaporated Saprle Tho gloomiest glooml forbdlngR forbdlngRr
are r expressed elpreo regarding rgrig the fate of the thestronghold tbestroDghold theetronghiold
stronghold In I view of the possibility p08ibllly of ofAdmiral ordml ofAdmiral
Admiral dml Togo following folog tip p hit bl advantagewith advantage advantagewith avantage avantagewih
attack attackTOGO attackT000
with wih another 10ther ataok ataokTOO
The Te Chofoo correspondent corpndeDt of the te Ecprett Ecprettsays Ecprels Ecprelslays Erpresusays
says lays that tat a Chinese Clnee vessel VCel which has ba just justarrived justarrived juetaive
arrived aive there ther reports rport that tat there tere la i now no notraoo n ntrB notrace
trace trB of the Japanese outside of Port PortArthur PortArtur PortArthur
Arthur ArthurOtherreports ArthurOtberreporta
Artur ArturOtberrprs
Otherreports confirm the Impression that thatAdmiral thatAdmiral
Otberrprs eon te Ipreion tat tatAdmiral
Admiral Togo has hn gone to t his hi base to refit refltas rft rftI refitas
as I name lome of his vessels v e1 must have suffered suffereddamage lulfere suffereddamage
damage damageTho damng8To damageThe
The To Pobleda Poblea like lke other oLer triple screw screwbattleships Icrw screwbattleships I Ibatlblps
battleships batlblps of RussIa nu sla burns bur both bot oil 01 and andcoal ad adcal andeoal
coal cal to generate steam stom She displaces diplacs
12870 1670 tons tonl is 438 40 feet long 10ngL is of 1 711 714 > i feet feetbeam let letbeam feetbeam
beam and has la a maximum draught drght of of2n
2n 111 27 feet tet Sho was wa launched launcbe at the tl Baltic Balticworks DUc DUcwork a aworks
works work St Petersburg Peterburg in I 1900 10 Her anna armament aa aamont annamoat ¬
mont Is I four 10inch 10lch guns eleven quick quickfiring quickfrig quicktiring
firing frig 0inch OIch guns gul twenty 3inch 3Ich quick quickfirers qulckfrr quIckfirers
firers frr and twentysix twentBlx small smal guns gUa She Shewas Sheices Shewa
was wa designed elgce to maintain Inaltln a a sea soa speed Ipt of
16 knots kot She carries carl0 a crew crw of 775 men menTho tnen tnenTo menThe
The To Beztrafichnl wan Wi a 350ton 3 ton destroyer detryer f
200 20 00 feet tet long She carried throe Lr torpedo torpedotubes toreo toreotube torpedotubes
tubes tube and was W8 armed are with wih ono 12pounder 12pounderquick 12punder 12punderquick 12pounderquIck
and five 3pounders 3poundersSUNK 3poundersSUNK
quick firing fring gun ad fve apounder apounderSrXIC
Mt BU PeteriimrBi Opinion or the be Joss Ls or the thenatllcshlp theRattrahlp theBattleship
Battleship Rattrahlp PetropavlovBk PetropavlovBkiptelal Pelropavlokprlal PetropaulovakSpeClOt
iptelal prlal Cable Cnl Dupalchts vupc lo TOT Stm StmST SeusST U
ST PETEBSBDBO April Aprl 14 aT 14The Tha belief beliefgrows beler belergrowa beliefgrows
grows among the leading naval officers officershere ofcr ofcrher officersere
here her ere that the tbod6tructon destruction of thaiattleahlp tho tbattehp fcattleshlp fcattleshlpPetropavlorslc r rPetropaloBk I IPetropavlorslc
Petropavlorslc at Port Arthur Ahu waa wA not notaccidental notaoldent nottooldental
accidental aoldent They are Inclined oUe t t ascribe eacrlbathe ucbe ucbethe I Iiie
the iie loss of the vassal vOBel eatel to an a attackby att1b a aJapanese aJapant8e arapanese
Japanese submarine eubmlrine boat bat of whch which class classof cl clof classf
of f vessels efl they say Y the te enemy possesses poeseasesfour pON pONlour possessesour
four lour1be our ourThe
The acceptance aoceptnco of thla thiideatndl thlaideatends Idoatondj to t salve ealvetho ve vethe u uho
the ho bitterness blttprntsl caused cue by the loss 108 of the theship lh lhshp theIhip
ship shp It It being blng preferred prf od that tht she so shouldtave should shouldhave shoud shoudhe
have he tave been ben lost 10lt in a fightrather fghthe figbt rather than thn through througha tugh tugha
a L blunder From Frm the wddene suddenness with withwhich wih wihwhoh withehiob
which whoh the Petropavlovsk Petrpalov foundered touder it is isconjectured istonjectured I Iconected
conjectured conected that lht tho explosion eplodon WM Wi Imme Immediately Ie Ieda mine mineIiately ¬
diately da ly underneath udoreth the te magazine mallno and ad that thattha thattho thatho
tha ho maao magazine was Wn exploded exloo thereby therebyIt lheeby lheebyI
It I the loss 10 of the vessel eol had h not been bn occa occaeloned OCA OCAmone occatinned
tinned mone by this thll moans mo there ther surely sry would wouldhave woulduave ould ouldbaB
have uave been bD time tmet thneto to runer ne run ber ashore Ihore aa n all al her hercompartments hiI hiIompaenl heruornpartmenta
ompaenl compartments would oud not have filled fUe si simultaneously fl flmuUneul cinultaneously ¬
muUneul muUneulI multaneously multaneouslyIt
It I is I recalled reae that tht the ho question quo8toa of the theamout he hoirnount heamount
amount amout of heelinga h UKD battleship bttNhlp could eland elandwithout Itnn Itnnwihout standruithout
wihout without capsizing capizlDg w wal was s one of Admiral AdmiralMakaroffs Admral AdmralMakarofs Admiralfakaroffa
Makaroffs Makarofs favorite favorlo topics tplcI Ho Jo contended contendedthat contedi contedithat contendedhat
that the degree doc of heeling holnc could lx b exactly exactlycalculated oxat exactlyilculated
calculated c lcla in th tl the caw ca of cruisers crisIl but bt that thatthe tJaL tJaLthe thathe t
the he watertight watertgh compartments oomptents were cre PO POarranged 10 soirrangeci j jaage
arranged aage in I battleshlpi battChlpl of any DY design dOlg that thatthere i itltO a ahwro
that would wouldturn wouldturn wouldurn
there tltO was wa an oven chance chaD co
turn urn turtle turle wbero a cruiser Icllr would beoaf beoafAdmiral Olfe besateAdmiral
Admiral Admira Makaroff Makao regarded regnrl tills tl ns R a agrave I Igrave arave
grave rave defect defet in I battleship btl8hip oonBtruotlou oonBtruotlouand oonstrotou oonstrotouand I
and nd often oren tbeoriied tberze regarding rlalg the th remedy remtdyHe re remedyfeconaldered t
He considered cODlde It a vital vlal problem problemThe problemThA
The lass 10 by b the sinking Rlnkln of the thl Petro Petropavlovsk Petropalok Petroiaulovak ¬
pavlovsk iaulovak Includes Includl8 Admiral drlrnl Molaa and ad thir thirteen tlr hireen ¬ I if
teen tpn een officers omtlr of tho staff Itll of the commander commanderinchief commadlt commanderichief 1
inchief Capl apt Jacovleff JRcI1 was saved savedgrievously Iad savedyievottsly F
I Ia
grievously glevollr woundod otmdN Them HA was wnq scarcely scarcelyon
on a ii interval of two minutos rlnl N between htn tho thoexplosion thoexpn thexplnsion
expn explosion lon nnd the Ih sinking sinkingAdmiral rinling sinkingAdmiral
1 Admiral Vkhtormky tkhtomEk report rtpnrt that th those thosoHived tho thovt thoseaved
Hived vt include Iclude thu Grand Orll OrandPuke JDuke pue Cyrf crrl Capt Cpt

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