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I Jacorloff Jacov1offthreo1Ioutonant three lieutenants < l two twomAn mldohl mldohlmnn mldahlp mldahlpmlln
mAn and flftytwo Bailors BailorsHIT lIallorsJtr iatIorTOflIEDOE
Jtr Libora h hn ha ha haa
ROME April Aprl1Tho 14 14The Tho Agenzla Lba
d a despatch de8ptch from Chefoo Chero which says saYI fji fjiAdmiral tJnt tJnti tha thaAdmiral
i Admiral odtlral Makaroff Makarol was IR making n fu 8tl RiTt RiTtfrom < rt rtfrom
from Port Arthur Arthlr with wih his wholesquadro wholesquadrowhen wholequRron wholequRronwhen wholesquadroc
c when he WON attacked alakE by the cntlroJa cntlroJaatieso entroJap entroJapInef entirojalanese
atieso Inef fleet fet which hod hn been brn concealed conctale lx lxhind be behind b bilnd
hind the theMlaotao Minotno llaol a Islands IslandsMakaroff I8land8Mallror IslandsMalurofl
Makaroff Mallror attemptpd atempll to return to port bi bithe but butj htitho
the th Japanese Japln cut off oI his hl retreat retrlat totem forclnhim torclng torclnghim totemhim
j him to fight fRh against enormous enorO8 odds odl wit witresulta wih wihlesut8 witresu1t
resulta lesut8 dlsastToui dlstOla to tho llusslan luslana A Athe Al Athe
the Russian RUlslan ship shlp were e damaged damagedTho dIlajlo diunagedt
t The To Petrop Petropvlosk Petropvtovsk vlovek wns W wn surrounded aroudt b btorpedo by bylorpo
1 L torpedo her lorpo boat and five fve torpedoes torO strut struther strck strckbpr BtrucL BtrucPAnts
herPAnis PAnts April Aprl1The 14 14The The Matins St St Petenburg Peten Peter Paterui
burg correspondent says ha has h Inter Interviewed Intervlowe Interviewed
i 1 vlowe viewed one ot the highest highet saY officers ofcer ot th thcourt the thecurt theourt
court curt who stated stted that tot Makaroff Marot left th thharbor the thehrbr
4 harbor hrbr with his squadron Iquaron to t make mk a rocornotssanco rocor ron ronnolllo reooni
h hsighted hIljhted hj
i notssanco nolllo riota After Artr an hour steaming staing
j Iljhted sighted Japanese Japl worships wahlp which retired retiredContinuing retrd retrdContnuing roUredr
advance Admiral Makarol MakarolRAW
r t Continuing Contnuing to advanc Adlml Makat
q RAW EW that the Japanese Jap ee fleet fet consisted oonilt 0 0thirty ot otIhlrt othirty
thirty Ihlrt vessels vMll Owing to tho strengt strengtof atrngth atrngthor
or the enemy enmy he reIredE retired retiredVhou reUredWhol
E Whol Vhou hon ho was wa scarcely two miles mie frot frotthe tro m mthe r rl
l the entrance to the tlo harbor hbor there thsr was wastremendous wa wastremendous a aIrmendou8
tremendous Irmendou8 explosion explosionThe expl0lon expl0lonThe
I j The huge battleship btlehip WM I literally leraly throw throYrt throwInfo thro1
t i Into the air all Sho turned ture completely eraand era ovsr ovsrand ovatti
tti and disappeared disappearedTHE dlsappord dlsappordTlF disappearedj
A chime hlflo lleport nlport Tlmt hlt I Ilu ho Cruiser rollr rollrtakrd W WAttockril Wa WaI
I f Attockril takrd by h l 181an18e IaIancse p nr e Ships Shipsfptetal Shlp8pulal ShipaP
P fptetal peCa coM Despatch In THE Tfl TflLONDON Sow SowLONDON SUI SUI10NDOI
LONDON 10NDOI April Apri 14 J1hJ 14TIn The Olobcs Oobt cor corTfwpondent corr
from Shanghai tlm tlmlive Ihatlve thaI
I I Tfwpondent r pondent tplegraphfi telljrphl frol
I f live lve JapanoHO warnlilps wlrhlp engaged rmpaged tho RussiAn Rtissiaiuruiser RussiAnIrler lltislep
p uruiser Irler Bayou 1yan at wni I on Wednesday Wednlday mornIng morn mornInl inoriJ
J Ing Inl With Wlh the Ihl assintuncu 1 811110 of tho l Askoli Askoliand AMkOIv o kold koldand
v and another Ilother cniisor CIII er I the he Bayan reachei reacheitho rllclud rllcludIho rachrthe
the sheltor shIr of tho forts of Port ArthuMomowhat Arthur Arthursomewhat ArthU ArthUmehut
somewhat mehut damned The Thf Japanese Japanl 1 after afternrd arr arrard
4 nrd bombarded homhardl1 d tlu III > fortn fm II t The Thl IItef Rusnlan Rusnlandid RI > HIans HIansdid
f i did nol reply replyThe replynl replylj
lj The nl Bayan Bnnn i i k u I IOOO 120 ton Inl armored crulspwith crulsp crul cni1iwith el elwih
with wih a I Hpoed of 01 o twenty Iwenl knots Shoo Shoocar She car carrles carrips carrk
rips rk 800 8 oo men menTOWS menmo meniwOs
L KlnklnR InkIn of If the niiilun RI IAn Shlp lhlllq Iips Called 0111 a Crri CrriXaval Orlat OrlatSAul GrlaaI
SAul aaI Vlet Victor Victori Ietlr IetlrOKl r rTOKIO
i TOKIO OKl April Apri 14 HTil i4Th The Admiralty receivethis receive rece receivecthis fd I
this afternoon nfernoon from K Ular Thar ar Admiral Admirl Urii Uriia lrlu lrlubrir Uriubrief
a brief brir report rlport of yesterdays eterday fight lpht at Por PorArthur Por Porrth PoriI
I Arthur rth r Ho says that th ho fleet It under com comrnnnd commnnd cornrrinncl
rnnnd ot Admiral Togo succeeded ICCEpd In sinking sinkinithe sinkingthe einkinthe
the battleship batlehip Petropavlovsk P and oni oniRussian onf onfHURshm oiwItusslan
Russian destroyer dltrorlr The Japanese JnpAnl 1 had om omman oneman oosloan
man wounded woundedTho woundld woundldTII wounddThe
The TII following tolowlng rport was wa given iren out hj hjthe bythe I It
t the Ihl Foreign Forllgn Office Ofc today todayA todayA
i A great grlnt naval engagement enjajemonl lies hl taker takerplace lakeni takeri
i i place piaII off of Port Por Arthur The Thl battle battehlp battehlpPptropavloRk battIehIp battIehIpThtropaviovsk hlf hlfPetropavlovsk
Petropavlovsk was i sunk sunkHer AunkHor stinkIter
Her whole ho1 crew except excpl four officers officerswas ofclr ofclrwal oftleeraWa
was wal Wa drowned drownedAdmiral drwId drwIdlrlrnl drownedAdmiral
Illrt Admiral lrlrnl Makaroff Maknrol wa 0 nmong Imonj those thosfIllrt thO thosePrIiice j jInI I IPrince
Prince Cyril Cyri Is among tho th survivors survivorshut survivorsI urhor urhorhit ¬
I hut hit he is I wounded woundedThe wounde
1 The Tht death of Admiral Makaroff Makarol tempnr tempnrill Ilmplrt IlmplrtI ternptrsiii
ill I h gratification Imlllcaton felt by Japanese Japanes nava navaotlirers naval navalIk navaflttisrs
otlirers Ik over nVlr the destruction dCIlcton of the tht Potro Potropavlovsk Pelropavlnvlk Petroi ¬
i pavlovsk They realized realMd what a courageous courageoustight courageouI courageousHght
I tight l hl he hI WOK WI making raklng against 11st great rpat odds oddsAdmiral odt odtdmira oddsAdmiral
Admiral dmira Togos report rport of the battle battleHtill hate 1 it 1ti
t still ti awaited awaied with intense Int nl interest Intorl81 H 1 I Iknown II IIknow i iknown
known know that that h he left the neighborhood nellhbrhoo o oPort of omc
c Port 1011 Arthur yesterday for an unknown unknowrbane unkol unkolha unknownhace
bane ha from which It I Is expected expeced he will wiltelegraph wi witPgraph willtelegraph
telegraph this Ih evening eveningThe eveningThe
The Japanese Japanel legation L Katlun ha has hO received recind tin tinfollowing Iht he hefollowing I Itolowlnl
following tolowlnl despatch sent lnt to his hlsGoermln hlsGoermlnly Government Governmentby
it by ly Admiral Urlucommanding Url Urin commandlnp commanding one on of tht thtdivisions Iht Ihtrlllions tliodivisions
divisions rlllions of the thl Japanese fleetAocoeding fleet fleetAccording tel telACorinj
According ACorinj to the thp report rlpor of torpedboat torpedo lorpldo torpedoboat < I
t boat flotilla fotla Xo o 3 1 our 011 fleet tet approached approaeliflcPort approachfdPor
Port Por Arthur Arbur on April pri 11 1 3 and wank Iank ono onl battle battleship balt baltI IattiCI
I ship of the Potropavlovsk PltropavIOk type typ and a i tor torpedo loro or orpcdo
I pedo o boat destroyer rtBroyer Xu N 0 damage damaJ1 to I our ouifleet niI niIfNI ourfl
j fl fleet fleetThn fNI The Th report rlpor from flOI Admirul Tngo J ha hl not notbeen notolen noty notbeen I i
y been olen received receivedTO rlcelvpr
t TO srrrEKn MAKAlton MAKAltonVlcrAdmlral 1lKt1WPtI 1 1I
I VlcrAdmlral Irlmlal SKI ShI1doflSIimflIoned il I ot rSlmnlnrl Siimniunnl to Si SiPolprstinrir SIpetPrtIHirtr I IPrtrnhll
Polprstinrir Prtrnhll fur Ifr furiabir ln trciotlnn trciotlnnfifCflil lrlololl lrlololl8Irl
fifCflil 8Irl Cable flrsvnieft fpnr ta fUR SIS SpvSr SISSI t tSr
Sr SI PKTKnsnuno rtnRR tJO Apiil Pli 4After 4 After Ulpr a I con conferenco cunrerenc cozilerence
ferenco rerenc with the t In nnvnl stair st I of atT toclny torl t nrio y tho I hI he Czar Czailecided Czr CzrfecidPI Czardeoitlel
ilecided fecidPI inappoint I 11 appoint VlcpAdmiral Skrjdlo SkrjdloRS Skrdlot Skrdlotr
RS r ijuctfssor UCor to I Admiral Moknroff laklrof Hi HiMnjentyhastolegraplnvl Hilnj 1Iii
i Mnjentyhastolegraplnvl lnj il hnIfIlrnphfllo to Sebasto Sehastupol 1IIopol > ol order ordering ordlr ordlril orderIrir
Irir ing il Admiral cmirul SkrydiotT SkrydlofrtocomotoSl HludloltocomoloSIIPIIY HludloltocomoloSIIPIIYIlrj tocomelu Sr IVters IVtersliurg JetersIiiirg
liurg Ilrj to receive 1fle lust In5Irctiol ructions rilet It l il is under underMood unrr unrrloo tinderlooi
Mood loo that IIP h will wi proceed to Port Arthur Arthurimmedintoly Arhur ArhurImmfiohlr Arthuri
i immedintoly Immfiohlr He 11 has hAi been pcn in commnm commnmof commnnc commnncof conunand
1 of the t h fleets fetl arid all ports porR portauf of the I II Black InCk Sta StaETY Ro Ronrn
41 nrn ETY ITFI AT t T ST IKTKKSm 117 mWtIW mWtIWIst IHi IHiIastrr
I Iastrr Ist 11 llnlldny lolln MahlnE Iak taktn In Inehrnkrd t nlhlkrl li litho hIho by bythe >
the Sanll nval nismtprs nismtprsIftclal nRltfra nRltfral DIsteri
i Iftclal l alitf abZ nrsfnlclu1 DtpIc to Tat Ta SiK SiKSr St S1rSi
Sr pETFnsntRO PETRRIIlRO April prl 14The H U1he The aspect aspeclnf aspector
nf the streets ftrII tdday tdda wan WAI unchanged unchange Not Notwithstanding Noti ot otwlhltandlng ¬
i I withstanding wlhltandlng the disasters to tho navy naY the themerrymaking theIn
3 merrymaking In rmaklg of the Easter Fiter holiday h01dny week weekwent wek wekwent weekwent
went on onM a as usual usul The popular ppular theatres theatreswere Iheatreswere theatreswere
were crowded crowde clcsplt dcsple the fact that news newsboys nOWAb newsboys ¬
boys b s at their Ihlir doors doorl were selling Reiing papers papertcontaining ppr pprrnlnlning paperscontaining
containing rnlnlning the official ofcial announcement of the thedamago thoramlgo thedamage
damage to the Pobleda Poblea and the loss 101 of the theBezstraRchni theBe1stralhni theBe7Atrsschni
BezstraRchni ramlgo Be1stralhni This hls seeming indifference indlIerence is iinol isnot isnot
not shared share in aristocratic nrlllocratc and official officialimrters ofcial ofcial1Inrters officialt
t ilirarters 1Inrters 1Inrtersdrlral imrters imrtersAdmiral
1 Admiral drlral Makaroff lnlcrol leave lIa1 a daughter dalghter 17 17years 17a1 17years
years a1 old and a son n who is I younger youngerTHE youngerTIlE oun er erTnE
Grand Grld Duke Dukl Cyril Cyri has ha telegraphed teleKrphe to t hi hifather hi his hisfather
neck is burned and andone and1M andone
father fllh r raying ayilg that his nek II burne
one 1M of his feet fet Injured It U t stated sted from fromanother CromInother fromI
I another Inother source that one of his h legs llgl Is broken brokraHl brokrnHI brokent
t Hl His mother will wi go to Mukden to te nurse nursehim nurle nurlehim nursehim
him him if his condition cndiion becomes blCOmM 000mes worse worseTho worseTire ore oreThe
The AToroe ore Vremya remla in Its 18 Issue today todayacknowledges todn todnnclmolees todayacknowledges
nclmolees acknowledges that tho enemy has ocored ocoredbill orl ored oredIut
bill hulAcds adds that it has ha only onl scored Icore for today todayThpre toony toony1ple todayI
Thpre 1ple i is moro mol than one Makaroff Iakarof In Humsin Humsinii IuRln IuRlni
ii i ays aysI a aIII
I III he falec latctlc swyH MVR hut If I there Is II any an MO MOlace HI HIlir colace
I lace lir in t Ihoprp ho presence nco of the ho awful avflldltllr disaster It Itmils Itmis Itmus
mils mis lio h foun nun 1 in the I hI consolation conllnton conferred conferreflby confer1 confer1t
t by lr Providence 110idnco Irovide ncr itself illf on the ho Russian RIIIII nation nationIn noton notonIn
In tlm I Ito fact fiII that the Grand Grlnd Duke Cyril Cyri was waswived wassavecI al alMNt
wived wivedPAIIIR MNt savecIPARIS
PAIIIR PAni April Apri 14 J 14A A telegram telegrlm from St StPetersburg StIetefbnrg litletersburg
Petersburg Ietefbnrg says lar8 that that the Orand Duke Cyril Cyrilwas C71 C71wal Cyrilwars
was wal wounded foumle seriously lerlously about the legs lep and andreceived ald aldrelxl andreceived
received relxl severe burns burl on the face rac lie Hflwas liewits
t was standing flandlng on the bridge at the moment momentS
S J of the th explosion exploion and was M hurled hurle into the theN thnJM tinssea
JM sea N a Ho owes OW his life lfo to tl this thll fact as al ho Is laan Isan isI
I an excellent ex 01 enl swimmer swimmerA immf
A despatch to the Ire Trmpit T mp from St Peters Petersburg JetfN Petersburg ¬
burg Hay that that the Grand Crand Dukes Boris Bor and nndCyril andl and3Fit
Cyril l 3Fit rl will wi return retur to St Petersburg from fromPort rromPor frontLr
Port Por Arthur as al noon a M possible possibleLONDON p08llbloloNn possibleL0N
LONDON loNn L0N DOS April prl 15 111A A despatch to the theMatty thelaUI lie lieI
I Matty laUI Acir Netl e1cs from St Petersburg Plterlmrg says laYI that thatwhen thatwhll thatt
Lr t i when whll the tl Czar learned of the loss los of the thePelropavtovftk the1lropaloRk thePelropavtorsk
Pelropavtovftk 1lropaloRk he wept Pt freely and Mid saidi naldOods Mid0ol
i Oods 0ol ods plans are ar Inscrutable 1IIIIIAhlp His will wl be bedorip bedoris
doris doripHe rOI dorislie
He lp ImiiirihaifMy ImnlC uly Kummored Ilmord hi his private prlmlei
4 i
chaplain and ad joined with him hm In prayers prayc f fthe for forthe fthe
the dead deadCXAR d deadCZAR < ad adCZAll
The Te Czarina Czrina Deeply Affected AreoUd Enihrne EnihrneAdmiral Embrast EmbraIAdmiral
Admiral MaUororli Makaor Widow WidowSptetal UdowSPECt22 ldo ldoSpll
Sptetal Spll Cable Clbl nwafcMi lrc to 1 Tm T Soy SoySr SDK8r 51
Sr 1ETERSnuno lEE8BUnO AprU 14 1A 14A A requlomass requlo rqulom rqulommae requlormesa
mass mae for Admiral dmia Makaroff Makarot and the office officennd ofcer officerand r rand
and men who lost 10t tholr lives Ivln hi the sink Bin1Ing sinkIng sinklag
Ing of the battleship batlNhlp Potropavlovsk wi wicelebrated WM WMclebrltcd wa wacelebrated
celebrated clebrltcd in the Admiralty church churh Mil Milmorning Ih15 Ih15moring hi himorning
morning moring All the Government depart doparlincnts dopartmente departwenta
incnts were represented representedTho ropnenled ropnenledThe
The Czar Cz end ld Czarina attended the sei seivice Borva irerloo
vice loo Tho Varlnu rlna wept throughout A Atho At Attbe Athe
the va conclusion ooncluiol tho ho Czarina embrace embracethe embrad embradtho ernbrrnsethe
the widow of Admiral Makaroff lnkarof nnd th tliCzar thCzar Ihe IheCzr
Czar Czr klused ke her hand handCONDOLBNCKS handCONDLENCES Ira ml mlCONDOLENCFS
PARIS PABS April Apri HPrcRident M President Loubut I llot < oubot hatelegraphed ha hntelegraphed hatelegraphe
telegraphed telegraphe to tho Czar expressions eXJres lone of th thsincere tho thosicere thsincere
sincere sicere sympathy sypthy of Franco Frnno upon the lest loeof lOs lOsot lestof
of tho Petropavlovsk Petropvlolk and her men M I Do DocasRO Dl Dlcasl Delcased
casRO casl cased the Foreign Foreig Minister has hl eipreseo eipreseosimilar expreeeisimilar xprel
similar 81mlar Mntlmenta sntmel1 to M Nelldoff Neldol the Ituaslan hue Itl ItlBln huesian
slan Bln Ambassador Ambao at Paris ParisROUE ParisROlE ParisRoixz
ROUE ROlE April prl 14 1 14The The Pope on roceivln roceivlntoday rocllvlng rocllvlngtoony roceivlntoclay
today toony a farewell rarewel visit vl It from M J Gubastof Gubastofthe GUbiUltOt Guhastoflthe
the Russian RUfla Ambassador Ambllador to the Vntlour Vntlourwho Vatlon Vatlonwho Vatloarwho
who has been bn promoted prlotd to Belgrade eljrdo son sonhis sonhis nt ntbl
his bl condolences codolnC to the Oar C ar on tho destrucIon destruc destructlon detruc detructlon
tlon Ion of the Petropavlovak deploring deplorng th thIons the thloss
Ions 101 of so many IRny brave men 1M and praying t tHeaven 10 10Helen theaven
Heaven Helen for n speedy ptdy peaoo peaooKing peao peaoaKing
King Victor Ylclol ietom Kmmaiiiiel Emmaluel has hn also 110 tale talegraphed toleglphod tiil tiilgraphed
graphed glphod his condolences cOldolonC to HIP fhl he Czar 07urAt C1rA CzarAt
At A the thl same time tmo the celebrated cellbrntod Fathc FathcJohn IothorJohn FatlrnJohn
John officiated ofcAte at a I Kltnilnr dmlar service 5Oce nt Cror Crorstadt CronItad Crorstndt
Itad stadt Archbishop Justin Justl solemnized solemnizedrpqulem solemnizedreriulent olemnlzf a
rpqulem mn mnA lanes fl In the cathedral cllhclnl at Odew Odewwhich Odfa Odfahleh OdessrwhIch
which hleh was attended by tho local loal nava navamilitary naval navalmilnrV navamilItary I
military milnrV nnd civil c1 officials ofcials There was wal ale alea nljn al o oa
a service 11rje at NieoluiefT Icolulet where whlre AdminMnknrofV Admin Admirallokaron AdmirrMokarofi
MnknrofV wait n born bornATTACKS bor borAfTACKS bornAtT1l
SIWlllt oHullHt Leader 14odlr Sajs Sa That That Conntr ConntrIs ConnlryII
Is II I PlA PI111 P1fthi > lns Into lUirjIns nU II8 Hand HandSperu lallt lalltprlal liatitisSpvrttl
Spvrttl Speru CiiWf n Uespa4cS Uacila > > i > altl i to > Itlt 11 tics SrvRKRUV SrsBYIIS ticsBirir
RKRUV BYIIS April Apri 14 111 In th thl the IteichsUi IteichsUioday RlchRlag RlchRlagloday Reichsta1odny
oday Dr Ilebol Ilh < l I the he hI Socialist Hoillt leader leaderjomplaiiwd Iradercomplained leaderotnplalnec1
complained that Chancellor I han lor von on BueloW BueloWoreign 8uelosforeign Iluelowiroreign
foreign policy polc wan WI wa dictate dlclllei by b specie npecUegnrd specieregard cial cialIoard
Ioard regard for Russia RussiaHe RussinHt RtissitiHe
He Ht instanced Illlancfd I tl Ih ho neutralization nulralznton of Chin Chinmd ChlnaIld Chinimnl
Ild md tbo lie ixrimtting Irmlting of t tlw Pitt sam nalu alu of I Iant th thlumburgAmwricnii Ihl
HalburgAmricnl lumburgAmwricnii ant Steamship SWan Stiarnshi hil Companyitoariieri Companyi Compln1 Cotnpztnyitoarner I IIamcr
toariieri Iamcr to Russia RU8 which he regarded ICK8dld la a i ibreach a abreach ireach
breach of OrmanyH rnlan neutrality l utlalty and Ild a lessen lessening II lesienng en enIng
ing ng of OerrnanyV Gelmnn1 iirnaiiy naval strength Irlngth in cast ravif Ca Caor castif
if war warHe warlie 6
He II cited cilec also the I he recent IInt expulsion Axpuliol o otiiHsfan or orRIH oRussinn
RIH tiiHsfan i n utmleiiU ludlll1 from flol tilt Ihl University Univlrlt 01 01lorlin of ofr 01Berlin
Berlin BerlinReplying lorlinReplying r
Replying to the tle > lu II Irtt t rliarBfl thmictllo thmictllovoriBuolow Chllctlor liancellovon
voriBuolow von 01 8uclow read itlrat mlra hs from rrol Rimslai Rimslaipamphlets RllHlan RllHlanpamphlel8 Russiarpamphlets
pamphlets to provo tlie til sanguinary an lnar nntur nottinof nnturof nntur nnturof
of the revoliitloroiy reOllllolal Y propaganda plolugandn The Thewere 11 Tirevere y ywer
were wer greeted g Id with npplimm npphllFl by the tl Soda SocloDemocrat Soial SoialDtDorn Sodaiornocrats
DtDorn Democrat Von 01 Biiolcw I1010 maintained luiltainld tha thahe Ihat IhatIhe ha hahe
Ihe he expelled pled students had only onh themselve themselveo themstlves
10 o blame hlaml and that Germany simply hatjxerciied hat hadcxprtfd haexercised
cxprtfd exercised her right rlht of a host haOAs holI holIA hostAs
As A regards rgar China the thp Chancellor halClor salthat salt salthat IAII IAIIthnt
hat China herself was wal wa willing wilng to be nue nuernlired nuetrnl nileralired
trnl rnlired ed nnd that Japan was I a I consentlni consentlniarty consntng consntngparI consentln4party
parI arty > AH K to the cab nle of the steamers steamersapan steamersmuon teatr
Japnn apan could also al o tiny IIY steamers llameT in a elmila elmilamanner sIntiiamanner Imia Imiamanner
mannerTo manner mannerTo mannerlo
To Dr Bebels Bbels charge that Germany ermany WWI wojbolated WWIitolalcd wasolated
itolalcd bolated th iii Chancellor ChancElor urged uged that it wo wolound WI wrabound I
boud bound by treaty to Iwo Powers POWelR was ra 01 01riendly on onfriendly orrementily I
friendly footing tolng with tim others olher and war wttIvlng warlying M M1ln
1ln lying ivlety IllIety and peacefully pelcnly with ith France FranceTralni Franc FrancTralnl FranceTrains
Trains From 101 Port POI Arthur rlhur Stopped StoppedMpulal StoPPd StoPPdCal StoppedSpsfa
Mpulal Cal Cat Cabl C Qble > lt Despatch Drplrl to n THIS fl5 fl5JoNno ll SON SONIovuoN Stl
IovuoN 1oNION April Apri IS 15Thl 5The The Teltgraph print printidespatch prnll printt
1 t despatch from Yingkow saying lyilg that thathe thahe Ihath8
he usual train trlin from fro Port Pot Arthur Arhur did no norrlvo not notarrive notrrlvo
rrlvo there therp yesterday owing owlnj to the de detniclion lIetruclou cletritetloir
tniclion truclou of a I bridge bridpcsrvwjr hrdj hrdjtHUl bridgeSfsIIlV
srvwjr tHUl cm III IJfl i HILL HILLIliale I luLlctiatc 1 1NtURlc
NtURlc Iliale Committee Commlf Provide for Klectrl KlectrlllKhl Elellrlo ltleclrttIIIit
llKhl 1111 Plant for or Statue Plalne of IIherl IIherlWASHINGTON Ihlrl IhlrlW8INOTOS iihertVCtiu1INflTON
WASHINGTON W8INOTOS April Apt pll il u IThe The Sundr SundrIvll Sundry Sundrylhi Sundrylvii
lhi Ivll Appropriation lpropriatlon bill hi as reported to th thenato the IheHenalo theInnate
Henalo Innate today 10uIY by tho thl tin Committee Commitee on Apropriations Ap Apropriutions p pproprhuions >
ropriutions carries crrll a total of 50102 51 tO 400 400f OO OOof
of f which 12854094 was WI added by b the com comlittpo commiHlt cornniteti
miHlt littpo The principal additions add iton itione are areSite arcSite
Site 111 for a I Senate nat office ofce building bnidlnl 70 70wo 760ion
0 wo and the construction oOIIlcllon of the lailldln lailldlnufhoriRd hnlding buIlding buIldingtirthorized
aut ufhoriRd hori > at a I cost not to exceed eXCtd S22SO 225 2250
WO 00 additional additionalAdditional Additolnl addItionalrldrtrinal
Additional rlliunal lighthouses IKhtlou8t Ac e 808500 808500ncludini R9500neludirig 015
ncludini five now I tenders leuderl to post nol nolxoewllng 101 trotxceedlng
eXINlng xoewllng UOOiO each a new range rang liglior light Ipht lightoi I
fol or Ambioic Ambloc Channel Chanel New Nlw York harbor narborn I
10 n I cost cOAl Sl2 121000 O and Ind lights IKhtl for Delaware Delawarelav Dela1are Dela1arela
la tat 5100 160000 180000lIre 160000The
The Iu bill hil nl also o carries an appropriation appropriatlorif appropration approprationot
ot if SVOpO 000 iOilJ for continuing cOltlnulng carreI the work on 01 Am Amroso AmI Anroeo
I br > roso o Channel and 11750 175000 for lied Hook Hootmd Hooknld Hooktud
nld md Bay lar Hldce Hdgl channels New w York harbor harborFor harborFor harborFor
For new hullu nulldlngs R nt II military miltsr posts posts20iK0 postl
i IZrOOo 20iK0 1250100For 20iK0For
For electric el lrio light Ighl plant for the Statue SIatul o oJberty of ofLlhert ofJberty
I Llhert Jberty Xew York YOlk harbor hAhor 13Oand 3000 and Ui UiIwrfitnry te teSICrtiuT the thekoretitry <
SICrtiuT Iwrfitnry of War is authorized anlhorlze to receive recelv3r rl rlS <
3r 35000 < XX from the Iht statue lltue executive eeute com comnittoo cm cmmilo cornnittee
S milo nittoo for which tho Department Dppatment Is here hereftor her heretftor
aflor ftor to I keep the atatiie IIIIle lighted Ighle and re remlrnd re1lrd renslrod
mlrnd nslrodrite mlrndThe
I 1lrd 1lrdI The House Hous provision Irolslnn for the extension nxtcnsioiif AXlnsion AXlnsionof
of if thenpitolatacost IIj tlr Capitol al n co cost t of 1250 2500000 under undeihn underIlhA underhe
IlhA hn original orl innl plans palls is so fO modified modifed as to t place plache plce plceI placeire <
111 he work under tho supervision of a joint joiniommitte jointcommlttf jointominittee
I commlttf iommitte of the House and Senate Senal which whichI
il 1 authorized luthorlzl to employ three architect architectolntly archito architojolnty architectointly
I olntly to prepare the plans plansAn plansAn plansAn
An amendment inserted Insorlo by the com comnittee commltee comntttee
nittee removes tho present pIsent limitation lmittion or ofhe o ortho
tho he amount or subsidiary coins that can canbo canto
bo 10 outntnnding ouItndlnp and leaves the thl Rocrotar Rocrotarif Secretry Secretryor Secretary Secretaryf
or if f the Treasury Trea8ur free tre to o supply the demand demandor demandsfor
for or fractional trctonnl silver silverWMS slhorem silverRIUS
At U t Tlllmani lnlanl Request RfqUlf t III Consideration 11 Consdrraton It ItPoitponrd I IrOltponl1 IsPostponed
Postponed rOltponl1 Lnlll Unt December DrrcmbrrWASHINGTON Dllcmbr DllcmbrWA81IOTON DecemberVAsuzNoroN
WASHINGTON WA81IOTON April Apri 14 1 The Senate SanaUiday Senateoclny
todny day In executive oxecute session Rsslon at the reuoat reuoatof request requestf
of f Senator Tillman Timan Dem S C postponed postponedntll poslpone
unln ntll next December Deembr further furter consl consldoraton consldoratonI consideration considerationf deration derationf
I or f the nomination nominton of William Wiiam D Crum Crm Crmthe Crtirnho
the ho 10 colored Collector Clptor of Customs CslomR at Charles Charles3ii Charl CharlIon
Ion oil Mr Ir Tillman Timan who has succeeded IUCCCldf forwo for forwo rortwo
two wo yearoln preventing preentng Crums confirms conflrmaion conlrma conlrmaton
ion has ha been suffering Iuterlng from an abscess abscetisf
ton or tf f the throat and returned returnl a few days ago agoroni agotrom agoram
trom ram a prolonged prolaje absence abence His physicians physicianslavo physicianshavo
havo rave however insisted that he not only onlynfrnin onlyrlfralu onlyefrain
rlfralu nfrnin from public publo speaking loklnl but that he heake hetake heake
take ake complete rest rlst otherwise othorise another pain painul painful
ul would be He Herill lienil
ful operation operllon necessary neeslrv 10 10wi
wi rill therefore therlroro leave IMVI at once onc for hi his htl home homen horo horoin
in n South Carolina nroln and will wi not return during duringho durin durintho
tho ho prosent Ilroqent session sessionThe M sessionThe lon lonThe
The Senate today toty agreed agrrd not to lake up uphe upthl riphe
thl he Crum rum nomination nominaton during durin his hi absence absenceIhlch abs9ncewhich absenceInch
which In effect IPt carries it over to tho De Deicmbtir Declrllr Deenilier
clrllr icmbtir session sessionr4V4 r speitlonC4X41 Hinn HinnC4J
Ir llnrRnn lnrln or Alabama Fights 111 it I Section Kecllonby Klcton Klctonh Sectionby
by h Section SectionWASHISOTOK Sfcton SfctonWSINOTON SectionWtsuiuoiot
WASHISOTOK WSINOTON April Aprl 14 HThe The bill bl to pro proIde proide proide
Ide for the temporary tmprIry government of tho thoanal thocaunl theanal
anal zone won wn laid Ild before lCore the Senate fenalo to toay today totry
day ay Sir Ir Morgan Demo DI Ala AII moved to totrike 10Ilrlkl toinks
Ilrlkl inks out section ellon 4 containing conllllng tho bill billf bi bIllf
and made Rixmh there therein ¬
of f rights mdo a lengthy lonplb Rpeoh ther
on in Tho Oovernment Goermlnt would auld be compelled compelledIB compele
II it IB declared dplnrr to govern the th zone zne by h military militaryorce milary milaryruJf militarytree
ruJf tree orceTho
treeThe The bill hi was WI read by sections Iton and Mr Mrlorgan Mrlorjpn r rMorgan
Morgan raised rlsM objections objltonl to each h noctlon noctlonI loton lotonI
I do not think the Constitution Cnsllutlon follows followsho fo108 fo108tho
tho iii ho flag lg to tho canal calnl zone Ione otre he remarked remarkedl romnrke remarkediscauso
l iscauso > ecauso aul it was a not acquired for the tht pur purOAO purp Iturlose
lose of netting 8etng up a Imllre civil government foomment but but3r butror butor
p ror 3r u I specific speolle governmental purpose purposeA pu puI
A long lour debate leblle on constitutional oonsttutonal points pointsivolvou polntl pointsvolvod
I da daI InvolvO ivolvou ay In the bill bll consumed cn ume most mCI of O the theay theda theay
I Without Wi bout completing complstnj the thl reading readlnl of the theI thelIl
I bi mo rrorrc 111 rrc tho Senate Snate at 618 18 adjourned adjoure until unti to tomo torrorrc
And nd Friend Fltm and ad Foe Alike Alke llkc Mourn Him IIIlow IIIlowapn timlie timlieJapan Ho HoJapan
Japan apn ID I Fluntlng Fllhtn for the Clvlllr Clvlllrtlon Ch111 Ch111ton Citiliettion
tlon ton W Wf e Gave tier Ilr Told at anlntfresthl anlntfresthljnlherln an n Intcrrstl IntcrrstlJathrrliiR InterreltriJathering
JathrrliiR Ultli Wih hh itli urn cn Woohrord Hot 1105A HotA lol loldinner
A dinner in honor of Buron Bron Kentaro Kt Ktneko Ka Kaneko K Krteko
neko tho oxCabinet exC blnot Minister of Japan wl wlis wlo wloIs wiis
is spending sonic tlmu in this thli country wi wigiven Wa Wagiven Wtgiven
given at the ho Univemlty Uniell Club last night nllht 1 1ion by byon Itell
ion on Stewart L I Woodford oxMlnlstiT exJnI81 r I ISpain 10 10Spain I ISpaIn
Spain Spainen SpaInion I Ieal
ion en Woodford Woorord visited Japan covert wvotiycaw HIorII covertyears
years eal ago go and he then thln met Baron Kanuk Kanukwho Kanelowbo Kairekiwho
who did much to make mno Gun Con Woodford Woodfordvisit Wodforl WodforlIslt Woodiordvisit
visit Islt enjoyable Injoyable Last Ilst nights nl hta dinner wi wigiven wegiven M Mghen
given by b Gon lou OI Woodford Wodrord in II apprcclatic apprcclaticof apprlallon apprlallonor
of the Barons Barols kindness klndnCs years ycari ago agoMoro aoMoro agoMoro
Moro than a I hundred hundre guest Kuesttnmong among inch intuof IIIY IIIYof inchof
of tilt Ill > host het known klown men len in uocial toclal iliianci Ilnaircitandpoiltieai iliianciand fnllcial fnllcialand
and andpoiltieai pollicailre political life were wer at the dinner to meitho mei mlt mltIho irretthe
the Baron Among Alonj them were wer three thre gram gramsons grnd grainsomrs
sons 101 of Commodore Commodor Perry who oj opone opone oponeJapan > ont ontJapan
Japan Japln to foreign COIlgn trade trao tlfty ft years ye ogi ogiThey ag agThey ago agoho
They ho were wlro Hear Admiral Itodgcra Hogcn U S Sand t tand N Nand
and August Augult and am Perry Perr Belmont BelmontAfter Delont DelontAtlr BelmontMUr
After tho t her dinner lller there thole wore wor a I few iuformi iuformiepeocheH luforml11 luforml11pchel iuforrurspeeches
speeches Atlr in < which tho ho good god will wi of tl tlhost tho thohost thrhost
host and guests juest to the guest glet of honor and turdJapan t tJapan to toJapan
Japan was WIS mado plain plaiijHear plail plailHla plainRear
Hear Admiral Ilodgers described how Ii Iiwent Iiwent
Hla AdmIra Hodgel d0crlbo le leeut
went eut to Japan from trol the thl Philippines Phippinos wit witthreo witthree ith iththreo
threo United Unltt States 8taIM warships warshipl when tl tlmonument the themonument himonurneert
monument to Commodore Commodor Perry was wa mveiled m In Invelf tinvailednot
veiled vailednot not long ago and ad how cordially cordialy tl tlJapanese tho hi hiJaparrtiie
Japanese velf welcomed wllcrod lonj tho ho American Amerlllu visitant visitantCharles visitorsCharles isltol I
Jallallto Charles harlO S Fairchild Jnlrchld exSocretary exSocretarythe ex80 IInry of ofthl
the thl Treasury Whltelaw Whlelaw Reid and oxJurlj oxJurljHenry exJudguHonr exJudHenry
Henry Honr rPMUI E Howland also made short at atdresses ad addrlAe addresses
dresses drlAe of welcome to the Baron BaronBron BnronHarou BaronBaron
Baron Kanekofl speech Ipech wan W most mOi I not notble nota notable noteble
ble for what secured to be a heartf Iieartfetrlbutir heartftribute hlartJIt
tribute to wlat Admiral Admirl eomo MakurolT lakurol who went dow dowwith dO1 dO1wih dowwhir
with his hil flagship off Port Arthur Arlhlr in th thbattle tbu tbubntl thitattle
wih battle of a row fow days ago II l He began b breferring by byrerorrlng breferring
referring bntl to his own career cnoor alo at Harvardliti Harvard HarvardWhou Hlrrd HlrrdWhol
Whou Whol liti I taku tnkl huh up our relation relntlol with 111United 111 II thUnited
United Static from a national latonnl point pointview or orviow C Cview
view our olr country is an A much indebted indebtedthe t tlie to toIhe
the lie United States OH W I am ll Just JIlt flftyon flftyonyoaiH ftOIO ftOIOY11 fiftyottyears
Commodore CO sent h btho hIhl hrite
years Y11 ago Igo lotor Perry Ierry was WI slnt
rite Ihl United Unied SlnteH lntlH Government OA lent to Jnpnto Jnpn Jnpnnto
to ndvito adI < our Government OOorlrelt to introduce Introdlc n nAngloAtnerlcun an anAnloArerlcll aAngloAtneriinn
AngloAtnerlcun AnloArerlcll civilization dl1nton and and urge urlC on onGovernment olr olrOOllent onGovernment
OOllent Government to adopt aopl an al open opn door polloj pollojEver p01r p01rJlr polkEver
Ever Jlr since Fim that thlt policy polo has hn been Itn continued continuedTho contlrtiredTiro olllnlld olllnlldThe
The Baron Uarol poke fpoku of Japanrt adoption ndopton c ctho of ofthl cthe
the American 1frlnn syhtom 1401 of o Jarnn schools and inane flnancRtid fla inanegird
111 gird of ninny other ofl r American Atnrcll methodsWe methods inithodBWo IwlhodA IwlhodAWo
Wo even ePli adopted your freedom fredom of rf rfligious 1 iihigiouc
ligious boiler b ho te said This freedom fredom i ifar II Ifar
far Igiols greater grllr ler in Japan 8 than is II allowed alowed I Imany In InmUl Imacnv
mUl many Kuropean Europan nations nlloO After Afer udoptln udoptlnAmerican Idopling IdoplingA rtnloptiriAmnericun
A American mericul civilization clizatlon in our country counlr w whavn wo wohnvA whave
have undertaken uldertaken in recent Inl yearn venl t ho gigiintita gigiinti giguntiLac I
tk Lac ta = k of IntroduclnglAtuerican civilization int intlorna 1110 Intllorea I ICorla
Corla lorna and old intruclngAlercnclwtion China Chinl In the midst of pursuln pursulnthn pUrulng irursulnithe I Ithe
the policy polcr in the For Fa Ka E1 Iist t I nm sorry HOr to na sawe nawo ay ayWA
wo are confronted by ono of the strongesPowers stronges slrongestPOCN strongesPowen
Powers POCN o of Europe EuropeW E1rop
W Wuallnot Wt HrenotliKhtinKfortfirritorialuttgran HrenotliKhtinKfortfirritorialuttgranjlzement arenot Ightn lighting for lerrtorila territorial uggran uggranii rran rrandl7emllI
dl7emllI ii jlzement t or wiirllko warlkt ambition 10Lllin but I for th thintroduction Ibe IbeintroductIon lItintroduction
introduction of AngloAmerican AIRlomlricnn civiliza civilization civilizaLion ivUza ivUzation ¬
tion in the Far East En > t Commodore CO modore Perr Perrijavo PerraI lerrae
ijavo aI ae un tire open OpellOJr vn doer and now wi 1 are figli figliing fht fhtInl 0gblug
lug for that open door lApplauw lApplauwAw IAppll
Inl Aw AI I 111m am now seated RMte in II this hall hal whet wlmrtho wher whetthe
tho most mOll delightful delghtul of banquets > is beingiven bein bing bingglnn beintgiven
given to me we have been hu informed inforlnr of th thad Iho IhoIad tb4ad
Iad ad news nls of tho Ions IOs of Admiral Makurofl MakuroflAH fakarot
he nerved his sovercig sovereigtbravely sovercigbravely
AH 1 a loyal loyailubjet subject hll overliln overlilnbrlly
brlly bravely and ad HO nobly as a to record rord his hi nam namin naml naniin
II in thennnalH tht the Annal annals of naval warfare warar as the braved bravedf hlt hltor
or f HuHdians luRians He will wi be le equally equaly lamontc lamontciiy lamunl1
l iiy > y friend and foe foeSome foeSOl foeSome
1 Some SOl of the guests Rue t8 at the dinner other otliehon otherthnn outshen
hon those thol mentioned mltione wore worelanifiH wonIale WorOllantest
lanifiH Iale W Si Alexander floorKe nlorAe F Baker den denMfrwl lenkilreel
AlfrPl Mfrwl i Diirnen William lilalu illlaru lUrbour Jlllour nxAi nxAiii xs x s sitnnt
ii iolunt lunt AttorneyGeneral 10rnGellrll Ilrll Jarnes IIIM M t1 leek llcrluvld lerl lerl11ld leekavInl
uvld A Moody T 1 O Bergeii nrIC William Wilnm Herri Herrilolm HerriJohn BernJohn
11ld John L 10 Cadwalader A f Fulton r ulon Cuttlnt Cuttlntohii Crittinitlohit < ntln ntlnJohn
John ohii C Calhoun th the Kev hey Dr fr Howard Diif Diifleld Durfpld Iurleld
leld William Butler Buter Ounriui lunr n lullpn luln T nah Davleillov nah81a DavieslIas <
fpld Wiiit
illov II Uutcltir Chnrlea S Francis lrfncl as asilnlster fX fXMlnlller i iMinister
81a Mlnlller Minister I to Grew Gree Creee President John 11 Flnle Flnleif flnlej flnlejof
of if Cttr 111 ColloBe Colie llttinilton Hamlol Fish JRb 11 1 C C Fahi Fahilock Fabric Fabricitock eh ehatook >
lock clr John Foord foord Julian lulal D Fairchild Kalrchlldyniin Fairchildl4netn alrchll alrchllLm1n
Lm1n yniin J lne loge > John W Grltps Grll Coorp CoorpIrtrlZcr ODIP ODIPn 0011
IrtrlZcr n Edward l n OI T M f t r Grout r riibhard Can Thola8 1 honta U UHubbad Ifhubbard
Iroler Hubbad iibhard darc Josepli J0811 C Hendrix Edward HOlfrd Hal Halirook Holbrook lintrook
brook rook Morris K Jesup Gen Uln Thomas L Jamrof Jam jamiteirof lam9 lam9Jrof
Jrof rof Gcornc Iorrl T judd of Yale aie Fran Frant Frnk FranlEt
Et t Lawrenre Chester B Lord Lor Walter alter S 6oirnn Solnnl Sonv
JIWlene Chetr
1 oirnn Chancellor Henry HClrr ozrrr M 1 McCracken McCrackenol MorcklD
ol olnnl John John ohl Chancelor t McCoolt lcooll John Johl n Mtlburn Mtlburnrof Miburn Milburnref
101 ref John Hnst nnl Moore 1001 the Kev HeV Donaliias Donali Donlid Dontlcisro
I10f isro ias Maclcny o William Wilam 1lliit A Nash Xnnlioltit Nashlobri oAh
Sal oltit K lleta Parsons on Frank H Ilutt Iluttlirman JIII llattIientrran
1011 lirman l Uidder Ridder4 Jar Sir 811 Perry Hnnderson Hnndersl thi thiioorg thIrllsh tJ tJttrltistr
ttrltistr Con Consirietieral Pre President Ient Jacb lacob O OHehlrmnn 0ichntratan
Hehlrmnn Irllsh ichntratan of Corlpl orreu Carls lharles Stewnr btewart tmlh tmlhferra Smith Smitheorgs
ioorg eorgs F I Seward Oscar O ar B Straus Strais Cot Cot CotiIlltiimri ol oliVIHIiitn
ferra 1
iVIHIiitn Cory banger 1 Edward Edwarc Biiiimonj Biiiimonjlerry Simmons Slinmontlerry
Wflll lerry ScllBmnu 8nter Mr Tnkahlra the lupatiei lupatieiillnlster Papamreitilniater e eUnI8fr
J8hr illnlster sellmnlblr 011 tlett > rn Benjamin F I Tracy racy Ilanf ConBiil ConBiiljrncral on8u on8uUen oneulJeneral
Uen jrncral UnI8fr ral U Udllda < hlda of Japan nln Doan Dl Van Amrlnc Amrlncif Amrlnls Amrlnlso
if Columbia tnlv lnlerity University rsity iirank Frank A Vanderllr Vanderllrilr allrll
o HiI ilr Vhcelcr VheelerfoL WIIII William Van 01 Home and Gen Gel Josppi JosppiVhcelcr Joeephheelr JorepiVheeler
lontr Adopts Resolution Permitting III IIIto hut hutto
loul RlsolUlen PermlttoJ 1m 1mtl
to tl Serve on liens Canal Commission CommissionWASItTNOTO2 CommlmlonWASITIKOTON CmmlAllon CmmlAllonWAlINOTON
WASITIKOTON WAlINOTON April Apri U 1RprOentatve 1RprOentatveDal7el 14Reprosentativi 14ReprosentativiairelI Reprosentativ Reprosentativalell
Dal7el > alell Rep Pa from trm the Committee Cmmltee o olulee on onRule ortales
Rule tales today tday reported rporo a rule rle to the Hours Housnr Houl Hoursor
for nr the immediate Immliale consideration cOlidlraton ot th thesolution tho thoreBluton thesolutlon
esolution to permit Prt Col T W Bymons Bymonsngineor Symon Symonln Symonsnglnecr
ln reBluton ngineor lntr officer ofcer in charge ot public publo build buildngs buid buidIn buildrigs
In rigs and grounds groirndstoserve to serve on the te Now York Yorllarge YorkBrgo Yorirlarge
large Canal Canl Commission CommlAlon The resolu resolirIon resoluIon re8lu re8lutlol
tlol Brgo Ion as amended omende permits permis Col C Symons Hymonl tierve ti to to88ro Icerve
erve on the commission comlllon within the be dlscro dlscroIon dlero dlerotlon dlscroIon
88ro tlon Ion of the Secretary Horotary of War so that tblt in ca cose cosef t tf e eor
or f emergency he hI may bo b recalled rele at any onjImo anytmo an anImo
tmo Imo After a spirited slrle debate debat the rule rlo was waigreed wal walaree wasgroed
greed to toMr toIr toMr
aree Mr Ir Payne of New York advocated aote thc thiasNigo tho thop thcaesage
p asNigo Pnye of the resolution rluton and nd outlined outne outhineclicnet it itirief In Inbrier
brier the barge canal projet project He sale saleol saidoi Id IdCo
Co ol Symons Symon bro was W familiar famiar with wih tho worlnd worl worl worhnit
and nd his hL services IrIC on the tho commission commi8101 would wouko wouldbo
bo o invaluable invaluableesolutlon InvaluableMr
Imalmble ImalmbleMr
Mr Hepburn Rep la opposed the therlluton theesolutlon
esolutlon It had boat ct tire thl Government Goerment
rlluton 25000 to educate Iducate Cot C Bymona Symon for his son sorieo Br BrIce sonice
250 Ice in the army any and he did not lot believe bnll8 tha thaHe Ilat IlatthlGoerment titathe
thlGoerment He Government should thus thl lightly lghty dijpejis dijpejisith disp itsa itsadth
dth him Col C Symona was WIl an efficient eOlcianBeer efclelt efcleltomce efficientrncer
Beer and his services lenlcM would soon loon be b needed noodei
omce In a i connection conneton with the construction cntrotlon of th thanonui the thePan theanatna
anonui Canal Canl The War Department Djpartrnenoa
Pan Wi ras oa already alredy short 8hor of engineer enginer officersAn officers officersAn omo
An effort to have a record rerd vole falletnd failed failednd
ad nd A the oor resolution roluton wars passed pa8e with only i isw n ntew a aow
tew sw dissenting dlentng yokes volcoeLYNN volc volcLNl yokesLYNN
20 OOO rmoni lnOII easer Attend Ated Iti I First Ft Fntrrtiln Fntrrtilnmrnt Rntlall RntlallnlentOrranlrlen EnterttianlentOrafltTtiOnS
mrnt nlentOrranlrlen nlentOrafltTtiOnS OrKantratlons Growth GrowthIjnn Gro11h Gro11hIynn GrowthLynn
Lynn Council Counol No 1029 National Natonal Union tTnlonhioh Unionwhloh Unionrhich
whloh hioh was organized orgnie about a I year yor ago b brrentyfive by bytwotyfye bywentyflve
rrentyfive employees employe in Wanomakcri Wanomakcriry Wanaaer8 Wanaaer8dr
twotyfye ry goods etoro and which Is l now the thianner thebanner theanner
dr banner anner goo council counci of tho union In this Ills State Stateavo SlateKayo Statelava
Kayo avo its first Ilt entertainment enlrinment unon and ad dance dancist danceIMt dancesmit <
IMt ist night 1lght Is at the Harlem Casino Caino 12411 12411treet 12Uh81reet 124thtract
tract and Seventh Swenth avenue Three T thou thouand tou touland thouand
land and tickets tckoll wore sold and nearly nely 200 200uests 20 20ueitts
uests were presentThe present weentThe presentThe
KUets The council counCl wars WI organized orgaize through thrugh the thefTorUi theetor theflorts
etor fTorUi of Preston Prton P Lynn Ly manager ol olVanamakerH or orWanlmnkerl oflanamnkers
Wanlmnkerl VanamakerH New 1ew York store Itor The ho em emloyeea empOO emloycca
loyeea and Ind several 81verl of their friends triendl poorecame poor poonbeame soonecame
pOO beame ecame interested Inlerste In the movement and andlie nndtho andho
tho lie membership memberhip list lRt increased Inc rapidly rapidlyho rapldhChe
Che ho work ork became beame so exacting exatlnj e that Mrjmn Mr MrijTin fr frIrnl
ijTin wax forced to retire and at tho last lantloation lastliretioli aAt aAttlUon
Irnl retr
loation WI Thomas rore K J Doran was elected eleted Iris Ir in inhis inis
tlUon Tola
his is place plae Tho To trustees trRtC of the council counci or orBoston are arenerston
Simon Pe Boston ton P Lynn Lyn W J Parry Par and andSimon K hi C Cilmon cImont
Nit I ii Northern Sorhern Securities lleorlt UrrUlon UrrUlonST Irtldnl IrtldnlST
ST PAUU PAUl Minn Min April Apri 14 1Cntrary 1Cntraryto 14Contrary 14Contraryexpectations Contrary Contraryi
the United States Circuit Clrculiilrt Circuithurt
to i expectations eptaton Unlt Atate Cruit CruitCurt
Curt hurt ilrt adjourned ndjoilmo yesterday Yaterday afternoon aferon with withit without wIthUt
out Ut it announcing anouncing a decision dfllion on the motion motionMessrs 10ton 10tonor laotianf
or f Maser Ml sl harriman lahnl and Pierce Pltro for leave leaveintervene Ipneto leaveinbmrvano
to > intervene Intreno in tho ho final tnal settlement sctlempnt of Un Unorthern IheNorom titerrorthern
Norom orthern Securities Securll Companys CompanY1 affairs affairslie aall
Tle lie re decision dl1810n will wi come oore in the tie due course COlle of oftho ofio
tho 10 courts business businessrninrUI blsln blslnIllnrlal businessIriiioFlCl
Illnrlal rninrUI Services Rrnlct In Honor lonor nr Senator SenatorItllMtorth Slnalnr SlnalnrWI SeerHhlsu
ItllMtorth ItllMtorthAUUNV WI Hhlsu 0111 cr111 cr111AnzaNY
AIN April rri 14 TIter 111 StaIn Rlh Senate Sennlfld Hnah Hnahleld Senateeld
leld eld ld a memorial service rvlc tonight in il honor honortho honcir
of r the late lat Senator Inator Timothy TInoth E 1 Ellsworth Ellsworthhow Eiworlh Eiworlhwh Eilsworthhose
wh how death occurred OCUTd a short Ihort time tml ago at atockport nllkprt atockport
ockport Goy 0 Odell Odel attended atended and sat satthe lat latat satt
at lkprt t the side Fldo of LleutOov HlgginH Euglee Eu Euiglo 11
JogiM iglo glee were wer delivered dllvom by b Senators Snatr Koines Koinesrady Hlnll hialnesrad
Orauy F11 lslx rady rad > Wh Whie bite McCarren lc < RrrPI Malhy falh Hill Hi and andlslx andF11 nndislS
i I IRich
Rich your apparel appare your yourp pork rie will willstand Wl willstand
stand sand but when adorned with a afet per perfect perI ¬
fet t lt fitting fting
I your rival r a must mlSI take him to the tall talland tl talland
II and prickly prikly cactus where he will wi lay layhimself ly layhimself i ihimsel
himself himsel gently down downAftncle4 downI I Ii
i Aftncle4 rlelll In nil nllr nrluclpil ucI81 cities elie at ollhe the world worldT1IK worldj
T1IK 11 j TKXAXTV 1t1 1t Io1 OlV KVICTK KVICTKflHrf fl1TI fl1TIIrrr E1lTPIIlnlrr
flHrf Irrr Vletory el r for III the he Kaiidliirdu Iallrl In Hi HiUorllui III IIInlllhllnt iiiturIIlliglrhlent
turIIlliglrhlent nlllhllnt Camlllrn CamlllrnBerllm Camiralr CamiralrIlertitet
Uorllui K 1 i Lelbson 1lbson the nlncteenyea nlncteenyeaold nlutteenear nlutteenearold
old girl who has been called caUll the Joan JoanAre c cArc or orAr
Arc Ar of the East Eo EMt t Hide because she mac macspeeches mde mdeApPhe mad madntpeeclreti
speeches ApPhe denouncing denolncu landlords waa 1 ovlcteyesterday ovlcte olctedYetera evletoyesterday
yesterday with her 1lI father fntll r and mother an anyounger and trimyounger I IYOllglr
home und lilac plaof lilacof
younger YOllglr brother from her homl pllre <
of business 11flneg at 240 Second Hond street for rwtui rwtuiIng returIimg Il I
Ing 11 to pay increased Increuled rent rentA rlnl rentA
A city et marshal lnrhll called caled at the bulldln bulldlnearly buldlll btrildlnearly
early erly In II the ho morning morninl with wi h H dUposgee ctisrioMesnotice dUposgeenotion ti po 0 I
notion and removed reloed into I tire ho street Alret everjthing everj eerything ever evertiring
note thing in the rooms roms occupied occupicrll by b the LeUi LeUisons Ilbsonl IaeihiSons
first floor Th Thnews Thnews llinewe
sons which are on tho frt Oor
sonl news of the nviction Icton MprlJII > reid quickly err errii Htia 111 I
a ii 1 large largt crowd of the girls Rirll friends bognto bogn hlgll btgrtto
to gather Thn rw rim police polco iiuidfvthem lullthem move ot otMitt orMisc i iMist
Mitt Ixil Leibeon on paid that their landlord laiidlortHenry landlordHeny iatrdltrtHenry
Mist pnll
Henry Heny Rosenberg Icih had hac raison rll d the nnt fnt witli witliout Wllhout witirout
out notice from rain ti1 2I to J25 2i n I month mi miher anu anuhpr rumher
her father notce although alhough he hI wan aH ublo 1110 to o pay il ilrefused i iirefused I
refused to o do so soWe soVn o ohu
We Vn ha buy vo V been hen in II tlm thl habit of payin payinour Jayil Jayilour ravri ravrioar
our rent r nt every er lortni fortnlJht tortnilit lit she Hold Ot OtApril 0 0April Oi
April 5 r my father fatht paid plll the landlord Si SiThat SIThat 11 11fhst
That Apri left 11 1 duo on olprlll April iril lit Then withou withouany wilhoutau withoirany
any au warning warll tho muivhnl mlrhnl came care down 01 01us 01 01us orus
us and Inu demanded mnldpd SlH 15 n month nronthrwelve monthTwelve monthwelo
Twelve 1 years ago she hp continued contuued wi wicame we weelme wicame
came elme f trom frontItrrreia roni Hucsia HUls11 to ewape e < lpe oppression oppressionbut opprtslon opprtslonbut
her herthan hNe hNeIbln irerthan
but wo have found a 1 greater grlahr tyranny trrll
than Ibln we exporlenced in II Ode Odeiea Odeieahenry a aHenry I
Henry Hosenborg Hoenhol time thellndlord landlord said tha thahe Ihnlhe Ira Irahe
he had an al understanding und11andil with the I llb llbOM IeibionJt eib eibHOJVH
HOJVH when they the came care into his building buidinR i iyear I Iypar ryear
year ago that their rent relt should sholll be h mires rainoto rnio <
to 102 0325 25 us lS noon Ioon tlnt as 1 they tho had got their ther dyelni clyciniarid dyelniand dyelnami
and cleaning clnlnl business ImslneA entabllsbtHl Itabilu but blt thaI thAt thAtIihson Ira IraJeitrson
I eibson refii rpl rpfiisid id to pay pn when whel the raise rai e wai waimade WQ waitreacle
made madeMiiw treacleMiss
iadI Miss eibson I elhlol has ho moved with wi h her fatho fathoand fa fatiroand ther theranrllOtlH
and anrllOtlH ll motlitir and 1111 brother Into Ilto a houee hou e acros acrostho ncrosl aerosttue
tho street She hu Bays IVI fine fha wont give ii iimaking up upmaking iii iiiranking
making anllhlghrent allhlghnlt ant speeches speechesJf Ipeeh IpeehS71 speecheslSTlE
Jf STICK S71 flAYXOtt IJt TO TIIK IU It IUf IUfRfnsll t41 t41Refused AI AInefnsrd
Refused Rfnsll to Sign lll Iaprrs laplrA apses and Appellat AppellatDlvlilnn tppellatlIvlitlsrn PIIlatl PIIlatlIhhlln
Dlvlilnn Ihhlln Untrue WnllM tu Unoiv no Why WhySupremo hhIi hhIiSupreme 1 i iSupremo
Supremo Court COrt Justice Ju too WlllmJ William J Oayno Oaynowan GaynorWM Jaynowas
wan served tertd with an 11 order ordel yesterday Ytteray com commonding commndlnK cornmending
mndlnK mending him to appear apper before berole the Appellat AppellatDivision AppellatDivision ppelate ppelateDIitlon
Division DIitlon of the Supreme Court at 1 oclocl ociocitoday oclocltoday oclocklo
today lo ay and show cause CIU why a 1 writ of man manlUinw mn mnd manclartitte
d lUinw U should not he Issued 11111 compelling compeling bin binto himrto
to sign Igl a cano 10 on appeal so that tho appca appcacan appeal appealcan apjeacan
can le heard herd before the Appellate AppellU Division DiviatonThe DivisionTe DividionThe
The order was obtained by In ExCongress ExCongressman JxConpI
man Te Thoimu > P I Maguer counsel OUIpl for thi thiPrudential thoPrdentnl thiPrudential
mal lljuer
Prudential Prdentnl Insurance InHurne Company < olpln Rache RacheMcCall RachellcCnl RacheMcCall
McCall sued tuld tho company and the cast castwas caeiwaa cnsuwn
was wn lcCnl tried before hetor Justice Gaynor GnYlor in Queen Queencounty QUlenK QUlenKcounty Queencounty
county tre A verdict verict for 110 1000 was wal ohlaincc ohlainccby ohtall obtainreeI < d dby
by I the plaintiff plnlntt Then Tln notice lotlct of appea appeaWHH appal appalWil appeawas
was served eenel and the papers were taker takoilawyer lakol takerbolero
bofor Wil bolero Justice Oor papl for his signature fignaturelAwyer signatureLawyer
lawyer Magner aKner says aY8 that Justice Oaynorefused Oayno Gayor GayorltuRNI Gayrrotrefused
refused to sign t1pn the papers papeJ because beaupo the thewere thev thevwere tirewere
were typewritten tvpewrlten and not printed printedMr printedMr
Mr Ir JIagncr said that he w was s not willin willinto wlinp wlilirtltO
to have huvothe the papnt 1 printed pri nt as aJurtceOayor aJurtceOayorould JusticeGayno JusticeGaynowould Justice Gaynor Gaynorwould
would ould probably probab pal correct corret them themlnd and this woul woulnectbllato woulcnevvesitato ould ouldnethlato
nethlato nectbllato the reprinting reprillin of the papers papersHo papeJ paperslie
Ho nays that Justice lu81ce Oaynor Ulyor refused reruse to t sigi sigrtire sigithe Alln Allnthe
the papers pnpen ay unless unle they were ere printed prnte Thor TheiMr Ten TenMr ThorMr
Mr Magner appeared appeallneforJIJtee before pefore J ustice Bartlett Bartlotof Barlett Barlettor
of the Majner Appellate Apptlat Division Dvi6ion who aiiggeoUx aiiggeoUxthat elgcted elgctedthat etrgestedthat
that ho apply uppl to the Appellate App Uate Division Dlvisioifor Dh18ionfor Divisionfor
for a writ of mandonmg lumdaU The lawyer didthis did diethis didthl
thl this and rt the order orer was M signed 81ge by ProsldiniJustice Prosldini Prldllg PrldllgJustice PressidintJutrtice
Justice Hirschborg HirschborgIt Hlr8chhergI
It is said lald that this Is il the theflt theflrst first time In th thlilwtory the thehiltor ththistory
hiltor history I of the to bar in Brooklyn Broklyn that a Sri Sriremo Ri Riremn Su >
prmo > remn Court Cour Justice Juatce has bA been ben commands commandsto cImandl
to to appear before boror the Appollato AI1p01lto Division t tihow to tollow tciltow
ihow cause causeT eal ealsr causeSr
tabbed herself IrrAlr With lh a anil Null Sil File 111 tn tl Escape KucaptItvlnB JMeape JMeapelh1nl EscapeltyIrr
lh1nl ltyIrr ItvlnB In Pain PainMrs PI PattiMrs
Mrs Fnnnio H McGonlo of Central Centraalloy CentralValoy Cetitraal1oy
Valoy alloy who had heart disease dlla8e was W ad adlit a adraitted
miteto raitted lit ted to St Lukes Ilkes Ltike Hospital Dosplnl on March Morh 22 22Jarly 22Fl flFaniy
Fl Jarly yesterday yetonay morning morlp she was WI fount founcroamming fountiroaning toud toudgroanlnf
groanlnf iroaning She Shl told the nurse nurf that sinmd sin shehad siteuni
md tried to kill ki herself hersl with the Ih nail flit flitrom le lefrom filerom
from rom her manicure sot sotThe 80tThe sotThe
The nureo nursolont sent for the hOI6 house surgeon urgool an anIB and andhe andIts <
he Its IB found rounl that Mrs McGnrvic Mclric had hd sCabbed efabbecter sCabbedterself labb
herl terself ter elf in the pit of the elomuoh the file filelaving fe fe11lng filemaying
11lng laving pierced plol tho intestines itesine The womor womorvaa woma wornatiwas
WI was hastily htl removed rtmove to the operating o ratnK room roonmd roomand roonitad
md lapnrotomy was I performed but hu eliilied sire sirelied I Idied
lied at laprotomy 4 oolocfc Qolok yesterday pronl afternoon arerno n She ShtAid Shelid Shearid
lid Aid that she wanted w tll to die She was wasefrald Waiif 1
afraid if raid that tht she Ihe was not going to live IA very veryong very00g err errlonj
ong and it would bo b hotter boler to end Id her herroubles hertroubles herroubies
lonj troubles She would rather rathfr be dead than thanInecr thanliler thanlager
liler lager on in pain pln She was 63 years old oldTho olr oldThe
The To hospital authorities authorllcs Wal1Jor did di not know knowmything knownnrthlng knowenything
nnrthlng mything about the womans womnnl relatives relativesul relatves
1 > ul they believed Ileve that she Iho came clme from n nveil nwel aveil
wel veil to do family taml She Shl was wal well 1e1 supplied suppliedrilh luppll suppliedsitt I IIth
rilh Ith money moneyfV monorn imioncyIx
fV MEMORY 111081 OF THE DEAD DKADidlceri 01 01Omeera DEADmcen
idlceri of North iorthAtlanlio Atlantic Iano Sqamlron SQltrnn Ciit CiitSocial C tt tt80clal mit mitoelal
GALVESTON OALVITN Tex April Apri 14 URar 14Rear Rear Adml Admlnl Adrnlnl dml dmlml
ml nl Wlf Wise Vis commanding oommandlnj the North Atlantic Atlanticquadron Atantlo AtantloSqudron Atlatrtioquadron
Squdron quadron who Is I here he with lh n portion prlou of ofho otthe ofho
the moring nornlng ho fleet Iet Issued Ilue the following folowing order orer this thlinornlng thlamoring thisnomnlng
In view of the t11 terrible tfrrlble accident acident on the themttleship thobattl0hlp timeattleahip
battl0hlp mttleship Mlaeourl M the Commander Commndlr in inhief InCIef inhief
hief desires that tht w officers ofce will wi refrain rtrin fromLttending from fromittendlng tromattending
attending CIef social 10ial events 8ent this thll week TreokTlie weekTIre ok okTho
TIre cruiser oriler Minneapolis Ilepls the training trainingihip trallni trallniIhlp trahdngrhlp
Ihlp ihip Hartford Hlfor and ad the torpedo to o boat de deitroyera destroyer tietroyerfi
stroyer itroyera Whipple and Worden will wi sailrom sail sailrom el
trom rom here on Saturday Sturav morning morIng for Pen Penacola PenIcoln Penracola
Icoln acola The Te Hartford Harror goes 0 to Hampton Hamptontoads HamptonRoad Hamptontoath
toads The exact destination de8tlalon of the therllnneapolls thoMinnepoli the1Inneapohis
Road Minnepoli rllnneapolls Is known know only to Rear R r Admiral AdmiralVise AdmiralWise AdmiralVise
Vise WiseROmp ViseWD1E ViseDDIE
Coed Moraine Iornln lie lt Jlesatd Salt and Id Was Walkln WalklnOff Ihalking IhalkingOtT alklne alklneu
Off u ntirn Ubln M Marshal larhal rslial Grabbed HIm HtmCHICAGO Rlr RlrCmCAO HImCriicAoo
CHICAGO CmCAO Iii I April Apri 14 1A 14A A bold bld attempt attempo atempt atemptto
to o escape from the United Unled States Sttl Marshal Marshaliffice Marshall Marshallofc Marshaisiffico
ofc iffice was a made today tday bv b Eddie Edie Fav Favhe Favtle FayIre
tle he alleged nleje king klnl of post office ofco robbers robbnrsvho robbnrdho robbersrho
vho ho is held in 20000 200 ball bal and whose hOo name namelas namohM nameisa
hM las been n mentioned montone by Post P01 Office Ofce Inspector Inspectorituart InR Inspectorurart tor torSluart
ituart In connection with the theft thef of
150 75000 worth cnneton of stamps slamJ from the local localtost Ialt localrost
tost t office ofce more mor than two years 01 ago agoKlckham agoKlckham agoltickham
Klckham Scnnlon Sllon the prisoners at atorney attorne atomney
torne orney and several of the spectator 8ptatOI pronlrl had hodtnrted hadstared herdtarted
stared tnrted tarted toward the hall hal nutmdn ou ldo the Mar Marlials Marlmls Iar Iar8111R
8111R lials office of townr Fay followed roloed At the door doorvero dor dorI doorhere
here a score of post olflco Inspectors In51Otl de deoct deI deoct
I WEr oct I Ivoc VOB M Rcro and spectators 1 JOt to When Fay reached reachedhem reBchedtbem renchedlren
hem they thp turned pola Well WEU good od morning morningin
hI in Bald aid as 8 he started tred to pass them themMnnihal Ulemfalhal themMarshal
I gralbed crabbed Marshal falhal him himIlartsorrmJohnrilon Amos AmO noticed notCd Fayn Fayf action acton and andcrabbed andgralbed andrairbed
Ha U8nlomlohn8t0I IlartsorrmJohnrilon IlartsorrmJohnrilonMis mom Johnston JohnstonMl
Ml Mis 1 Kutherlne Kltbfrlne P lohnRton Iohnln was married marriedo
10 o C William Wllnll P Itansom Innsom lat ovcnlne elnll st St Stlatthews HI litlatthrews
Mathews latthews Church Ihlrch In In West ElKhtyfourth ElKhtyfourthtreet EI < hlfourlh hlfourlhBtrI
rest hy h the Rev Il Henry 1111 It R Frreninn FrNn n of it tt ttIohn litehrts itohn
ohn ehrts Cliurch Trny 1roy brother hrotlr inlow InII of the thoride Ihobrld therids
brld ride BBnlsted n61Id hr ly the tl Hev leV Arthur Arlhlr II I Judpe Judpertor Jld Jldr Jrrdpeactor
r actor of Kt t Mntthewi Mitithewsfire MntthewiTlm Ithlw Ithlwl
fire l hrlilw hrll U I n diuiBhter tlnlhter of tire Into In I liimrs liimrsV lln11
W V r lonnsttin 1011Blon Hire wore n coMunie cIule of white whltoatln whitentlir fh If
atln with Urn 11 chIffon chltol tulle tule nod Ind ornnc ornnclo oranl oraneeiossome
hlooml lo iossome oroH Hh She was wn given Ihen away R 11 J br her lnrrothcr hrhrothlr herrother
hrothlr rothcr F 1 Alvord ti hord oril lolinston MIss ll Ethel Ethelreeiftn Kthplrtemnn Ihll IhlllrttInn
lrttInn rtemnn attended nIldpd her an af meld mnll of if loner IOlor and andhe rindho
thl he MtHopfi Juliet fimltli Smih rind Ind K Kltlhprln Katherine thirlno Mor MorInoii Moritit nnr Ior IorrIMOI
rIMOI Inoii were brlrlesmnlds brlrlesmnldsl hrlrPMmnllR hrlrPMmnllRII
l II Dr r Thi Thpron r > ron Wendell Wcnlpl Kllnifr KIIr assisted aIAII the theriilcuronni thl IIrprklcgronnr
hrillroo riilcuronni a as best lllln msnnnd Ind H Julr leery tiryF P r Prakp Prakpfhurlfr Pcirkr1itryier u k kHfhuTler
HfhuTler fhurlfr 1itryier Day lnT ls K Secjr Dlcklnfon Merle Mfrlet prll
RI t John Siumiol T D White Whie hite und U Wllmot Wllmothorne WI1101 WI1101Thoml Sllrnothorns
Thoml horne were Ir ushers IMher Titers TheIl wn was aM n reception receptiont rlpton rlptonII
II frlpnl rloniln t Di 1Uotcl the Hotel Nevnda Sent forrrintlveo forrlnlh Ind rind nd Intimate Intimaterloniln Inllat Inllatfrlpnl intinraterienla
OonHntierf Oonr rd from First Frieto Pitge Pitgeto PIt
rapidly particularly as there tber hs hsbo b bben hebeen
to to firIng
been bo fring n an entire rapidy freedom rrom prtcuarl from from accident acident w whl whltho wititire hla I
ben entr
nai have haverJla haplaced
tho practice was going on and to t naiplaced
placed prctco v vlceeltr PelH I which had l not fired fred und undinew under undernow undnow
rJla now conditions conditionawould viIII would have havegcl havegivori given nn tuna unfaadvantage Imfnlr ImfnlrIc1anto tunaarivantago
advantage conditons to those th Hint thll lint had mode the thetrials thclr thclrt tinetrials
Ic1anto trials t previously in tho target target competition competitionThis comptiton comptitonhl competitionflris no
rlll This prolousiln yours prctee Practice iractlce wa WIK was thofiiPt the fl first t In tl tlUnited te teUnied I IUnited
hl vrlS
United States Navy under unhr I a recent ordi ordioffering orupl oruplonrlng ordioffering
offering Unied Hat1 trophies to Individual indlldull ships an anInoney anr antnone1rlzes
tnone1rlzes Inoney Inonc iTlwfl rri11 nnd increases InlEases of if pay to gii gricrews giicrows gll gllcrowl
tl Iha IhabeHt tibest
arid pointers who ho made tlbest
crows gun JJfnteT Ile
crowl Ild
best records JO1 in target tarlet work Intciu Intciurivalry Intentu Intenturlmlr intcmnrrivalry
created and rind every officer nn nnmnn tinman
rivalry was W orntor OfY ofcer nnl
rlmlr boat to brin brinhonor brliihonor
man concerned rnd did his level bft bril
honor Inn cOlc upon UpOI < his hi ship Ihlp Iml and hhlelf himself 11 11order I hp hporder it itorder
order was WI issued ISiUP as a u 1 result of a I markrfalling mnrkel markr inaikefalling
falling ta mng off of in tho t hf lii records recQrdl for speed un unacciiraoy und undaCIran unaerrurany
aCIran establlslwl by Amuricon gunner gunnoiand gunnerarid
acciiraoy AmerC11
and write In p line lno tbIRht will tho policy pol of the BrltU BritisNat BrltUNnvy Briih BriihNn I
Nnvy Nn Nat WIE which lion IU got ot tho best bNt kind of won worout wonout ork orkout
out of Its I men through thrugh the I h ire prize pri e compelitio compelitiosystem cmpetton compet itio itiosycterri
system systemAn IYDtem
An 1 lrrtorestizeg Intercuttingfoot intorlHlngfucl fact which liccame heome know knowtoday ImowntoI kirowtoday
today toI way wt that Admiral Admirl Dowoy IIWO on onvhit onljit I IJlt
vhit ljit Jlt to hn Missouri l lolrl Willo fhlo on his III rocer rocertrip nIet recettrip t
trip to the tl Wont o ct t Indie Indll in II tine Mnyllowei Mnylloweiexpressed hlayllowetexpresstci laylower laylowerIxprd I
expressed Ixprd concern concer after n witnessing winlJlg a spec speclonilncandflrlng RrAd RrAdolilnvnmlfrng specioaiingnrdfiring
vowel vowelover vestelOf1 el elOH
lonilncandflrlng drill Ilril on on that thll e
over OH olilnvnmlfrng llu I I Ii tiaticur rhin get that lay la in il iii loading loudlu g gun gunfor gunfol gentfor
for fol atilual IIIJII nrfiig IlhlK us U rapidly rlplly iw 1 < they thc ww wwloiidod menIoreckri I I10u
loiidod 10u ih inlrl itedrlil drill by I the th i IIIs isotiris our s gun P1 crews crewsAnother creWS crewtrtnotlrer 1 1nollr
Another < theory which If correct corrlt ca errnever canever can cannpr
never 1 I lii Hubslnntlatwl tUUllntated 111 is I that frlctloicauHexl frlctloi rricton fnlctiorsturpl I
cauHexl < 6uld by tire rammer with wih which shell 6hel am amp6vder nnd nndpbcr nutp
p6vder pbcr p iniier charge chariO are II shove < l into the gui guiiRiiItcd gutttnltcti un I IIljnled
iRiiItcd tho pondor pOlwl Tho ilii hf rammers rsnunrl of th thMlsuourin Iho thlIstiouriie I Ihlfurit
Mlsuourin Iljnled hlfurit lIstiouriie 12inuh 1lnol grins glm uro of tho Ih tele teleacopit holerecopir
acopit Icopin oxteiiHinn cxtn iol ordor The ho inner o otelescopic or ortclrcopl ntelescoinie I
work forward pusliln puslilnshell inrlr1nrirell
telescopic tclrcopl parm pnrll lork fllhlnl
shell 8h1 or powder Iowd r bag into position p0llon Null Nullrally Nulural Neturally
rally this rubbing of the telescoped part partcauses par8 par8cU1C partcailsoq
causes cU1C ral considerable conldrrhlt friction frction tcljop and tho ide idej Idca IdcaI ideIt
I It Ihnnod advanced j that 1 a Rplrk spark may have bpe bpenited b len lendoveopcd et etiIeciopecl
doveopcd iIeciopecl nnd ignited nited the canvas cnl covering coverinof coveringot coverin coverinof
of tho ito powder chargeSecretary charge churceSecretory chlr chlrHcrlJtnrr
Secretory of tins Navy ny Moody Iood arrived ani VII f ftho at atIho a aliii
tho Navy Department nt an 11 curly hour houto hourt inoutet
IV Iepnrtmenl
to t diroctllhe dirAth direct tlt muss m of additionaldepart additionaldepartmental nddlionaldlpart nddlionaldlpartmlnt1 cinidltiorurltlepartmentnl
mental mlnt1 bnslnoss blllns fWiHe 011501 1lt < l by tire catastrophe catastropheAt claslrophe
At 01 11 1 oclock h li lie went welt over 011 to Iho executIve exocutlvoffices executIveOfCf exocutivoffices
OfCf offices to cern eo the President lrcidont and Ild on his l s re return roo roolurn return
turn cave gave out 011 tire following folowlnl message mCI e o ocondolence of oflUldollnco ocoirdolcnce
lUldollnco condolence received rpChed by h him from th thBritish Ihe IheBrll timBritIsh
Brll British h Admiralty Admlrhy
ADVIHMTV lI II In LONDON LONDONThe Imwml Imwmlle Ionnylire
The Oonrd DOlnl of Admiralty desire to expres exprestliclr xpreS xprestheir
their le ttynipulhy Hjllllhy and nd condolitire condolIr on 01 on tho oc ociwiilon oc11110n ocratimion
11110n tflr iwiilon of the mm 11 nccldont ncednt on hoartl th thMhFourl Iho IhoJFourl firMissouri
Missouri JFourl and nne rrd their hell treat rrt regret legrt nl lt the lotif lot IOHit IO d dot
it lir lf life of officers oflrl nnd men menSeveral mnHeml nrrrrSeveral
Several diplomatic diplon1tlc Ic representatives rprcs nlat8 o oforeign or orforel aforeIgn
forel foreign 1 Gbvurnnumt Goormentl called alld personall personallnn pClonal
nn Swcrotary Sortary hay and II asked him to ex oxtress express express
press tress to the Premdctut lrl1el t their profound prrolnd sor sorrow sorrow or orrow
row over the disaster disastorCollector disaste disasterCollector
Collector Colelor N N Strannhan Slrnahan of the Per Pornf Por Perof
nf New York and Col Co T Bently Mott Io o othe or ortbe oLie
the Lie army came 810 to Washington WWhlnglon toda1 toda1in
in b Ihlr half of BrigGen IrigGen Thomas todar Wan WanU War WardI
U 1 I S A reared to make arrangement arrangementfor arrng < monl8 monl8tor
for the tlr shipment from from mae Pennncola lntlcola of th thbody tho thohod liibody
body hod of len Iln Wards Warcl son on Midshipman MidshipmaiThomas MidshipmniI Midshipmanfhoml
Thomas fhoml I Ward J Jr Secretary OwtR Moody i iccordnnce In Inacordance In Inaccordance
ccordnnce accordance with lh their retiuost nqu t and a tele teleram lel lelgram teicgrain
gram ram from frm Gen n Ward directed dirct Hear Heariduiiral HenrAd0lml hearAdatlra
Ad0lml iduiiral Barker to send young Ward Wardody Wars Warsbod Wardbody
bod body > ody to his fathers tatherl home hOle In OHWORO Of go N Y YA YA YA
A telegram telegnm was Wa received rohed at the Depart Departiient Departmet Departnnnent
met iient from Mrs l J H Hasson HI80n the wife wlo o on or oral oan
al an n instructor at the Naval Academy carem re relUOHting ro roqUOtng nouotting
qUOtng lUOHting that the body bo of her brother brotherlidshipman brotherMidsipman brother1idshipman
Midsipman lidshipman Neumon euman l he > I ei start 8It to her a antiapolis at atllapoIR acntrapolis i
ntiapolis llapoIR Young Neumans Xeumls mother moter i in II Ini
In n Honolulu Ho 10 was 1 engaged engagl to a slate sisleif 81Ateror
or if f Midshipman Mld hlplan Ward AVardThe WnrdTh WardTire
The Th following folovdng telegram tellgrm was 1as sent nt to Rest ReftIdmirnl RI Restdnrimai
Admirl Idmirnl Barker today today by tho ho President PresidentAm Plldent PlldentIn
Am In inexpressibly lbly grieved rilve end shockix shockixit Ihocko
at it the Inlxprs terrible trrlbl catastrophe cutnArophu I desire ti tixprrss t tXiinwR to toPPT18 <
XiinwR to you ou and nd the ofllters nnd men uncleon uncle untieotr
PPT18 on 01 my I profound profolnd grief rlef nnd sympathy sympathyiHEonoRu smpatIY smpatIYI sympathyI
The Tht President nnd the Secretary Seretar of the thiCavy the thear thehave
Cavy have each eoh contributed oontrbute S100 SIO 100 as I tin tinmolftus thenucleuB tinueleus
molftus ar of a fund for the relief reler of tho deKindent de depOldtnt tieemrdent
pOldtnt Kindent next of kin of tho enlisted onUlte men rnenwhe rnenwheoat wh whost who who10t <
10t oat their thflr lives Ihl by the explosion eplOlon on Uu Uurtleoouri UleMilur tinIIesoun1
Milur rtleoouri This money mony have hlo been ben placed Jiaed Ii irho Iihe i
tho he bands b dl of PayznastorGonernl H T B Blarrix Bharris
harris U S N chief of the Bureau Bureu 01 01Supplies of ciiUpphies
Hlr Supplies and Accounts ooln who has hs hasbeen been bn mad madhe madethl madiho <
Supplea thl he custodian cU610lni of the fund and will wi diribmrtn dls dlsribiitn c
ribiitn it under undlr the direction dirton of theBureat theBureatif the Bureru Bureruf
tlbltf1 or if f Navigation PaymasterGeneral laymlterGenoml Harris Horriiias Hn
has ias been beu authorized authorize to receive reeive any other otheionlributlons othercontrlhutonl othetontrihuttons
contrlhutonl onlributlons that I may be made for thli thliurpose thirurpose
purpote purpoteIn > urpose urposeIn I
In making muklnp Ills hi donation dOlaton to bo b used lsd foihe for totho I Itho
tho he relatives of the th men killed kid on the Mis Misotiri Misiolri Misoltri
iolri otiri rolatves President Itoosevelt sent leot this letter letteo letterto
to o Secretary Mooy MooyMr Moo loo iy iyMi iyMT
Mi DKAK 51n I SKCiirTArr StcIF1fr May I sent senthroiiKh fend fendthrolib acnethrough
through foil this contribution conlributon to bo iis iisor usl inss inssor
throlib tor or tire depfiident delllldent kinsfolk ot the enlistw enlistwnen tinlisteenern nlstr
nen 11 who have bl1e just heon hetn teem killed kll on board thi thiillnsourl the the1t thidissourl
UeR illnsourl ouri Under Undlr the Ib conditions IDlllons of modern modorivnrfare modernntak modernvariate
1t vnrfare In order tiTlcjently to prepare fo fotot tor torWil totar
tar ntak risk lutist Ult be rn run e1centr similar imllr In Kind thourh thourhnot thougltot
tot Wil in re dewce delrfl to the til risk run In battle batte an anliese and andIles are areleese
liese men IIRVO IIII died for their country Iolntry Iolntrymuch i inuch ar ariiuch
Iles much n ins if tire th ship rhlp had been hlllln In notion Icton ac aanst aanstni agalna agalnaerr lne lnein
in enemy nOI Hlncvrely Hlnclrel yours yoursTHKODOIIE YOlr YOlrTmODOIE yoursTimsoooira
Telegrams TlgrnmR have been sent eeft by the te Secre Secreary SecrE Secrearyof
taryo aryof ary of the Navy 1y to the thlwldow widow of Lieut Llcut W CDavidson C CSavldson C CDlvl
Dlvl Davidson ln U S N and to the famlllea famle o oJie ot otte 0je
Jie officers ofcr and ad enlisted enlste men ml who whioat who10Rt wheoat
10Rt te oat their teir lives 1es in tire Missouri Miourl explosion explosionPhe exlOlo
The telegram telejram to Mrs fr Davidson was WO a atoliows aollows
folow8 folow8Thl ollows ollowsThe oliowsThe
The Thl President directs dlrecll mn 1 to convey cnny oonveyou t tou to toyou <
you ou hl sympathy lympnthy in your bereavement blreaTemlnt Ii Iiho ithe n nIho
Iho ho death dlh of your olr husband hlbnnd while whl In the thf faith faithul talthfullisc faithut
fullisc ul dUcharftft la of his duty dut Permit Plrmlt me mi at the thiwnio theMIO themere
mere tlnio to express Jpre 1 my m own sympathy sympathjind 8mpAtbyand
and MIO rind to esquire you IU that you ou liars that of the thirotlre theftlre thentlre
rotlre navy nn
ftlre WIIMAM IItLLM IJUf If Moonr 1oOIt Secretary SecretarySecretary Setry SetrySeortry SecretarySeoretary
Secretary Moody Iooy has hl also sent the fol folawing following folowing
awing Seortry telegram tll < m to liear Admiral Admlr Barker Barkerommandlng Daker Dakercommading Barkerommuanding
commading ommandlng fire North 1orlh Atlantic tlltc fleet fleetI Iot Iotr
I learn with wih profound sorrow of the Irrep Irreprable Irll Irrermtable
Irabl table Ions los to your lur fleet ept tho th tnt navy nlVJ and tin tinIBII theroultr tireomrrrtry
omrrrtry of Ihf time faihul faithful RI spit1 Aulant ginliant omclr officers nnd and andtour
roultr tour who ho lOFt 11 dentin Ipoth while whl In In the Ile discharge dlfirharcif
mll of f llifir thlir duty cll Will Wil lii you ou convey cney to the n tpel fleet fleettry > 1 1WILLIAM
try dpplM deepest IJmp sympttlmv sympttlmvVicrneu t I
WILLIAM WiLIM If MOODV MOODVSecretary MnonySecretary tnoDt
Secretary ecrctar of the Nary NaryThe NavyThe ITY I I
The President Pmldpnt has hA received rllvo tho following followlnjote roowlg I InolI
nolI ole from the German Oeran Ambassador AmbassadorIvppniAt Amhaltor AmbassadorIMIrnTsr
IvppniAt 1 PJn I I nrnMAK OFn A KMRARST FM EMPAIITVAsu1lsliros A8t 1 1WAHHINUTOK I IAsnl
WAHHINUTOK Asnl urON D C CI April Apri u uxpresslon isPain I
Dun Mn PnKlnEST Kinoly accf accept lt the tbenpre theipressiori
npre xpresslon lon of my m li hpartrpl heartfelt artfelt and profound profoundyrnpathy prfound prfounde profoundyrnpathy
e yrnpathy mpath In the thl loss which America Americ has hasuttered hABfurtrt ira irarnfTeredla
uttered rnfTeredla In t Ihedeth thodernth ho death of so many manlalant esllant officers ofllcertnd otCfrB otCfrBnnd officersnd
furtrt nnd nd men pn of hw navy miar Hellcve Ipleve me Mr Mrresident Mrlrlslrnt Mrresident
resident your onrl most sincerely e
The records rordl of the Navy nvy Deportment DeportmentIve Dpament Dpamentah
ah Ive the following rolowlnl information Informaton about the thedditlonal theaddilonnl thedditionnl
dditlonal victims of the Missouri IL disaster disasterJohn dlaler dlalerJohn disasterJohn
addilonnl victm sour
John Thomas Thomal Joseph JOeph Donnelly Donnely ordinary ordinaryoaman orinay orinaylaman ordinarycarnal
laman carnal residence 1Plde f Chiongoj Chlolgo his father fatheratriok ratherPalrlok fatheratnlck
atriok H I Donnelly Donnoly resides rFlde at 154 West Westksventytlret Wet WetI eet eetevcntyilrst
Chicago ChicagoOrvol hkagoOre1
ksventytlret street htllet Chitago ChitagoOrwl
I Orvol B Moe 10 apprentice apprentc second claM claBsesidonce claMrsidncl classecklenee
rsidncl esidonce Butte But 1 Mon Ion nearest of kin kint
t I C Moo Butte Mon MonJames mhonJames Ion IonJamCs
0 James JamCs MolBnlo Earl trl ari Knight Kni ht ordinary ordlrnr seaman seamanesidence seama seamanesidenee
Mo His father fatherV
reidnce esidence Kansas Kanf1 City Ciy HIl
W V A Knight resident rRIdo resldnsntGamnet at Garnet Gnret Jan KanThn JanThA RanTire
Tire canoe lale of Hnlbert Hliort Edward Elward Eliott Eliottnaster Elot Eliotitonster
naster at arms Rpcond class has been beenddod beenaddud beenddod
ddod mster to the list IRt of those killed liP outright outrightUs outrlRhlll
Us rosldonce was W1 Milwaukee Uw lkpe Win WI His Hisnothor HIR10thor Hisnether
10thor ll nether Mrs Mr Addle Adtlt C Kllott Elol resides rp ldes in1iivatrldcP in inIllwaukce inIhlltc
Illwaukce 1iivatrldcPTine
IllwaukceThe Ihlltc The names nnmll < of killed lip in lost niphts niphtsp nlrhtR nlrhtRdrpntch nlgintsespatch
drpntch p pntch of Hour n r Admiral Admirl Barker Dnrklr which whichid whichlid
dl id not flRrio n r with wih the records rlordf of the theiavigntinn thl thlavlgntl theavigntinri
iavigntinn avlgntl Bureau I have Ixxii found to topfer torlfer toefer
rlfer pfer to tine followingJons following 1010w lnilorinrgJeris I
Jons K Peterson JIellol boatswains boatswains main mainrstclass matnfrlt amateratclrriet
rstclass residence rldencl New 1ew N ew York city near nearst nparrst nearSt
rst frlt st of c kin Iin Main Iall lortron brothorlnlaw brothorlnlawBxlding hrthrlnlnw hrthrlnlnwrellng brotherInlawrambling
Denmark DenmarkHrrmnn Denmnrklfman Denmarkliemniami
rambling at Holding l oldlnp
rellng Hrrmnn Scherlmrth landsman Imdmal residence residenceIUwnukeo rClldlce rClldlcetwauko residence1livintrken
IUwnukeo lfman Wis is whoso whoS father IK il Carl Cnrllohtrbarth Clr ClrSohrrbnrlh Carloherbartin
Sohrrbnrlh lohtrbarth 12O 120J Maiden lnltln lane 11 Milwaukee MilwaukeePHNSACOIA MilwaukeelrcNsAcorA mwRukf
PHNSACOIA Fla lln April pri 14 1 14i The Ire death dlllh of ofvfo oftwo oftee
two tee of the five iran ln who wlo wore injurod In the thejrrible thl tirernible
jrrible explosion on Oi tire battlcohip MIs MIsDuri Missour Misuri
Duri uri rais3 r tire I hI lint 1 of dead to thirtyone thirtyoneine thl rtronl
sour One ine of tho men len died about midnight midnijht andire and andhe one
the he other othlr this Ihi morning morling Both 1oth suffered sufferedirrihly HuIcrl1 HuIcrl1t criffererIrnihly
t rrl irrihly irrihlyOnn rnihlyOne hi hiOno
Ono man Iln of the turret tnrel crew Is II missing missingnd mlslng mlslngnnr
nd It i is I surmised urml r that hn cither eiher was blown blowniverboard hloWI iniownverhonird
olrbolrd iverboard or O having 11inj wcnped Ccnpl escaped from time thourret Iholurrel timeUrret
urret crazed cr7Ni with pain pail jumped luml1 into the theator Ihl tineaba
aba and aUI wan WUI drowned drownixlExpert drownedxpert I IJpert
Expert Jpert xpert turret Ilrel officers ofcrI on titer vessels VIIIOI8 In Innrt II inon
on nrt nay the Ihl cxiilosion was Wil Iho result ri rlul ult of alowback a alowback ab8ck
1011 lowback b8ck Iho Ira wind Ind blowing hlowlnr the flames flamesnok fome fomebnok flamesnok
bnok > nok from tho muzzle of the I he gun and andtrough R andirough ne
tlrouph trough tint til o tlln iiCfl > on breech blloh thus fln igniting ignitingin Ignitng Ignitngtho
tho in powder pldfr clmrgowhich was wal being hplnR hoistedalit hoisted hoistedJtit lollt lolltat
alit CowIoH Cowll and Lieut Jleul Hammer Hummlr the thefinance IheonJnanco theitnance
onJnanco finance officer heed h taken takel extra trA precau precauonu pru prutlon prccnmnens
tlon onu against ajahut ouch an accident ecldlnl und nd for fortree torIhrl fortree
Ihrl tree days no 10 firing Irlng with lh the large larle pieces Ilel Ilelt
I LFONSO XIII XI King of Spain on February Februar
ALFONso 29 1904 issued a Royal Warrant of Ap Appointment Appointment Appointmcnt ¬
pointment to the theVeber Weber Piano Company CompanyThe CompanyThe CompanyThe
The selection selecton of the Weber Piano by the theSpanish thei theSpanish
i Spanish Royal Court for its highest honors is but an anadditional ani anadditional
i additional additonal evidence of the appreciation apprecation in which whichthis whichI whichthis
I this celebrated ceebrated piano is held hed the world word over overTHE overI overTHE
362 Fifth Avenue near 34th Street New York YorkCATALOG YorkI
was WI done on on account account of the wind Ind being bing fro frooff from fromot fromoff
off ot shore shoreYesterday shoreYcsteray shoreYesterday
Yesterday morning the wind Ind shifted shife ai aithe and andthe anhe
< the he Ycsteray oflloera 0000 deemed demed It It safe to begin flrin flrinLieut fring fringLieut flrinjLiemit
Lieut Hammer had remained rmied in tho ttirruntil ttirr lurret lurretunt tmtrrrnintli
until unt the first frt string of shots had boon ben fire flnIn tred tredIn fireIn
In rapid succession succsion Ho lb thought It wi wisafe wt wtaare winsafe
safe to allow alow the continuation contiuaton of rap rapfiring rpll rmrpi rmrpifiring
firing fring and left Icf tire tht turret turt to consult wilthn wit with withthn witthe
thn target export o3pert on hoard on this thl matte matteOnly matel matelOnly matteOnly
Only Ilrgt times thl shots aholf of the tim second secnd siring bin luibeen Jutd Jutdbl binbeern
been bl n fired when tire explosion occurred occurredSo
So rapidly frO was wal tbo gun being fired lied ihi ihiIt tht thtIt thuIt
It is thought some fomo of I the fire fe remained remine i iIgnited In Inthe I Ithe
the barrel and that powder bing being hoists hoistsignIted
Ignited Ignied brrel Officers Ofcerl of the vessel vCsl differ dlter i itholr II Itirelr
tholr opinion an 8 to the cause CUM of tha 03 03plosion ex explosion e eplosion
plosion but it is probable probblo that the exai exaicause exact exactcuI exaccause
cause cuI will wi never oer be known as there thor war werno were wereno warno
no survIvors Rurlvor among the turret turet crow crowImpressive CI crowIninpresesivo
Impressive Iprelve services eervlo were wer conducted conduced ovi ovsthe ovithe over
the graves of the twentysix twntylx seamen wit wliwere who whowere witwere
were gsV buried this thl afternoon arteroon In tho Nationi NationiCemetery 1atonul 1atonulCemtery iatloniCemetery
Cemetery Cemtery burle at the to navy n yard yar The Mlssou Mlssoumoved Miouri Miourimoe Mlssoumoved
moved down the harbor hbor this morning to topoint topoint I Ipoint
point moe near the th yard and at noon tire twentj twentjsix t twemnt twemntsIx wentysix
six bodies bie nea were yar brought ashore Ihor At 2 ocloc ocloctho ocok ocoktho ocioctho
tho funeral procession prOslon moved to the cen cenetery cexxetery m metery
etery where hundreds hundres of moe officers ofcr and blur bluiJacketB bluojakets blurjackets
jackets jakets were wer present prent and the bodies boie wei weiInterred were wereInterre werInterred
Interred InterredThe InterredThe
Interre The bodies of the five fve dead dea officers omoJ are all tx txIng b beIng
Ing held bere awaiting aWltlng advices advl OH Of to burli burlior hural huralor hmirlror
or shipment homeAll home homeAll homeAl
All comment cmment here today toa on the explosion exploslois
is Al In commendation cmmendaton of the presence preenco o omind of ofIlnd ounbid
mind Ilnd of fapL apt pt William Wiiam 8 Cowlee Cowl the corn cornmonder commndpr cornmnairder
monder who coolly ordered the handlln handiinroormn handllnroom handlng
mndpr wlo cly orore
room flooded with water wat thereby probabl ltrobabisaving probablsaving robabl robablsving
saving 1001 sving foode tho whole ship from destruction destructionThe detuoton detuotonTho destructionIho
The magarine clone to t which the ex extho ex110slon oxpioslon
pioslon mgllne occurred might bvoblow have blown out outtho ou outhe
tho 110slon bottom ol of the ship had ha it not Ot been ben fo toCapt foCapt for forCpt
Capt Cowlesa Intervention lnterenton Within Withinfew Witin Withinfew I
few Cpt minutes miuteR otter atfr the explosion eplosion oociirrec oociirreche oCure occumreche I Ihe
he had had hn the ho handling hadlng room 100 flooded fodolrl fodolrla one oneall antall
all a h danger of lire re and further turter explosion oxploelorwon cplosion cplosionwaf
won over overSmoke overSmoke overSmoke
waf Smoke and ad the fumes rume of the te burned pow powder pw pwder powder
der made mdl It almost almat Impossible Implble to enter enteeither enterplblr ontoeltiter
either tbe turret turrt or handling hading room bu butbe but buttl bnntire
tire plblr officers and men with handkerchief handkerchiefover
over tl ofcr their teir faces fa made me efforts etor to rescu rescutho recue recuethe rescutimer
the dying men inside insideLeading iide iideLadliL insideLeading
Leading dylnl n1e the rescuing party was Capl CaplCowlea Cpt CptCowle CaptCowiss
Cowlea Cowle LadliL Tire officers olcer reOinJ endeavored cndeored to kec kechim IIp IIphim icecihim
him from going below as mon fell feluncon felunconilous eli uncon uncondoloua uneonscions
blow R
scions as they entered and bad to be mIller pulleibut Plled Plledbut mIllerbut
ilous enter
but by their comrades comrodt but the te commandlni commandlniofficer cmndlng cmndlngotcer coramnandiniofficer
officer rushed below followed rolowOI by I LieutHarruner Lieut LieutHammertho LieutHamer
Hammertho Harruner otcer rshe the ordnance officer onlCr and Lieut Lieuta LieutCleland LieulCleinnd
Hamer ornance
Cleland Dals Davis Cpt Capt Cowll Cowlea caught up upa tmi tmia
a dying bluejacket In iris hil arms arm and stag stasgered 8lagKer staggored
gored to the deck with him himHefore himBNor himBettors
Ker Bettors to the fumes fume of tho burning burig powder powdchad powderhad powdohad
had BNor left the turret turrt officers ofcr and d men mo werIn wet wetIn
In lifting to out the dead dod and ad dying Thro Throminutes Tre Tremnuu Throminutes
I litng dyng
minutes after the explosion explosio all al were wer o odeck on ondeck om omdeck
deck mnuu and ad the surgeons surg ons from rrm the Io Missouri MlsaoudTexas MissouriTexas ffour
Texas and Brooklyn Brok 8UlJnl wore wer attending atending t tthose to tothos tthose
those thos not dead deadLieut de deadLient
Lieut Lleut Davidson Davldlon the officer otcr In common commonof cmmad cmmadot cornmnarriof
of the turret tnrt had hd evidently eldenty given seine somcommand lomo lomocmmand seinecommand
command cmmand to the men as he le WON Wi on o to toof top topof toiof
of the th heap hep of men mo having havig fallen fale therafter then tert tertafer thenafter
after afer ho had allowed alowed them to pass pa1 him t tget to toglt ii iiget
get glt out olt of tho turret turt Only Oly ono man WI wabroatidng wa wabreathing
breathing when the turret turt crew cr wa warescued WM WMJled wetrescmnocl
rescued brthng Jled and he died a moment after hi hireached ho horache hrrericheel
reached rache dock dockAPT dek dekCPT deckCAPT
Was la Command of fr the Despatch When Itn Sh ShOroundfd She SheOronndfd SinIrorinded
Oroundfd Off or Cape Cfp Charles Callln In mill millWASHINGTON IUI HItSWaslciteroN
WASHINGTON WA8INON April Aprl n HCapt Capt Wlllian WlllianSheffield WIlam WIlamSbefeld llWamnSheffield
Sbefeld Sheffield Cowles brotherinlaw hrollllrinlaw or the thePresident thePrlld thePresident
Prlld President < nt who ho Is I In command comand of the battle battleihip bttl bttlAhp battleship
Ahp ship Missouri MIfour was WIS cas but but recently rlenty tho subject subjeejf lubjlct lubjlctof
of an inquiry iqur by a naval court ourt as 8 to his hliConduct hil hilcnduct hisconduct
cnduct Conduct in connection connecton with th the collisIon oollisloijdtweenthebattleshlpsIlllnoisandMiBscniri clsion clsionmween collisIonbetweenthebattieshlpis
mween betweenthebattieshlpis jdtweenthebattleshlpsIlllnoisandMiBscniri jdtweenthebattleshlpsIlllnoisandMiBscnirimd the battlelhlp nUnol flUnolsandMieaoirri flUnolsandMieaoirrinnd ndMilori ndMiloriand
md the records rcordl ot the Navy Na Department Departmentalso Departmenilso DEprment DEprmental
al also show that ho was in command commld ot thiDespatch the theDelplth theDespatch
Delplth Despatch when she ran ashore Rbor on ASM ASMeague AS8 Aasateagine
tege eague Shoals Rhols sixty Ilxtr miles from Capo Chariot Chariotm
on Oct 111891 1 II 1801 while whle on the way to Wash Washngton WasbIngton Washington
Ington to take the President Pridont the Secretory Soreta o oho or ortho otthe
tho ho Navy av and others other to witness wine armor aror plat platrials plate platetrlis platetrials <
trlis trials at Annapolis AnnapolisThe AnnaJls AnnaJlshe
The he Despatch grounded gonnded about about a milt miltrom mie miefrol milefromn
frol fromn rom tho beach bloh and ad Cowles then thel a Lieu Lieuenant Jlou Jloutenant Liefltenant
tenant together togoterwlth togothorwlth with the officers omtrd and nderw nderwbr crew crewjarely drewbarely
br barely escaped ela with lth his hls1re In life Tire NavyDe NavyDeI Navy aV De Dcpartmneflt Departmenl
partmenl orderd ordered n court court or Inquiry 10 COl von vonthit
sl thit t ot Cat Montgomerr Montgomery Hcad ricard Commad CommadIr Command CommandmW
Ir mW W S Brownfn Browneon LleuenantCommandor LleuenantCommandorJ LieuenantComnnande LieuenantComnnandeJ
J JI 1 Dayton and Lieut K N Usher a afKorder aJ arecorder <
J recorder ordlr The finding tndlnl of the court Iourt wa wahat wathat was wasthat
that the grounding gruding and loss of the vossi vossiai vesasi vesasiwai esel eselWB
WB wai ai caused lauJd principally prlnclpaly bv b the Amtoaguc AmtoagucIght Aatgo Aatgolght Asateaguelight
lght light b being > ng mistaken It Iaken for f r theWinter tfeWinter Quartei QuarteiSnonl QUlrtr QUlrtrSholl QuarpmrShoal
Sholl Shoal lightships light Ighl this miataVe mit aKA arioini arlelrngtinrcnntgh arioiniihrotlRh nrlslnR nrlslnRthroujh
throujh ihrotlRh tho Aisateazu 5lteaguH light lght iightpresentlng presenting prntng th thippraranco the theIpprarlno theappearance <
Ipprarlno appearance of a wl light lightif Ighl IghlTh lightThe
Th The < tpflmonr testImony Iho shows that on tIre ni nIht nIhtof
of if th Iht hi grounding rounrlng of the Donpatch a relief relieIghtship rber relieflightship
1 lightship hl hip tho Drift was on 01 tho station ttlon o oha of ofthe ofthe
the ha regular rlgullr lightship Ighllhlp and that the rellemd relief rlef rlefIghlfhp reliefiightslnhp
Ighlfhp iightslnhp was a sUPPO auppormed d to exhibit a lght lghtof light lightmr
of less PSI pOWfr power than the rlplnr regular Ightlhlp Ightlhlpanr lightship lightshipmd
md at tire I ho finns lmo this thll lightship lihtlhip was wnl passedny passed pasMxthe pNII
I ny > the Denpatoh Dllpatoh the light lght must have beeiwrnlng been heenburing beenburning
buring burning dimly or was 1 temporarily tomporrly out outHoondarily outHImdurl outSoincirtnily
Hoondarily nays HaYI hat tint finding lndlng Lieut Ileu LieutW LieutWS W WL WR
R S L HImdurl CpwlcB owlet U I 8 N omitted nmltl to ooiuph ooiuphCUT coiirplyCUT mplv mplvCUT
I If
Keeps heepl you ou half ill i quit qui 10 1Odays 10das 10days
days and use usePOSTUM usePOSTUM useFOSTUM
nd note change in health hlb
Come here hee and youll youl have hve our ourImmense ourImnlese ourimnensestockofgold
Immense Imnlese imnensestockofgold stock of sold solid sld solldsil solldsilrer sil silverand sit 1 1erad
verand rer erad and cut glass gh also alo stationery stationeryfrom stalonrry I Iana
ana 5d lether leather goods od 10 cose cosefrom thoose thoosefrom
from Seetheoldivoryandgold SeetheoldivoryandgoldCrystal See the old ivory ivor and ad cold coldCrystal old oldCrystal
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Inthedlsasteronboard the Missouri Prince PrincnLouis PrinceLouis
Louis of Battenberg Director of Naval NavalIntelligence NarsiIntelligence
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