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ir 1nMisnrmi Nov JO From tho fewn
eiiin t n received hero from SovustopoliH
tlnld lit I doubt that u majority of thetroJ
trOI hiiv I s Wl I a > tllu Bullorfi nro irni
troJ I nf IIIIIMI rovolt and tho mutineern
> lI f control of the townIV
n > in 1111
IV e 111111 IR led by tho GeneraliMT
taT of ho imv vesterday giving details
01 ihc 1111 k significant In that It didnirntiii
iot nirntiii imv likelihood of the suppresof
In of Hi hnrdiTS or that any measuresthat
I 10 that end Tho officialn
lad tPfl 1 Ipt 0 ofcnlnen
nen IIi Pint 1 > regarded M conflrmathe
rnnors that tho Black Sea fleetifpn
II I the r1nor Bnck feetI
the mutineersII
I a ifpn i 1 bv I mt
It apparently had been long inPI
f len
Ihl flt IPplrlntj
PI ruliyn and it ha been carried outjPil
pll methodically There haveIron
jPil ratplv and tlthoclcnlj
Iron un pxcesses syeh u > characterizedh
Cronstadt nnd
Ihe revolts at
Incador purl lytmdir the Influence of Socilit
cilit agitators began by making commonfaiKo
Hi dock nnd other laborersIho
ru1 wlI 11 dok Ind
them and otherrcsiiwnts
ipRimcnt joined thlm
Iho Hrct II i111t
followed Only ono regimentllie
rcsiiwnts folowec
the nielpMock is specifically mentioned asremaining
remaining loyalThe
The Niilor after seizing their barracksnt
to the commander ofIhe
fnl a deputation
Ihe fleet arlmg him to come to tho barrucks
rucks to hear their demands for the Improvement
provement of thiir condition of life Admiral
miral Tchuknin tho commander refusedpjintmi
pjintmi out tho folly and criminality oftheir
their conduct The sailors returned toIhe
the barracks and held a meetingIt
It was resolved to refuse obedience totheir
their officers The men agreed upon theircwnnrpinirxition
cwnnrpinirxition and drew up a programmecf
cf action It was derided to march throughthe
with music nndfliK
the loan immediately m1ic Ind
tag to maintain order and prevent slaughter
ter plunder and outrages by rough ThenHipy
hey disarmed and expelled all their officersWork
Work was stopped at tho Admiraltyworks
works thc workmen joining the sailorsAll
All marched in procession to the barracksof
where the Chiefcf
of tho Brest regiment whert
cf Division threatened to fro on themdnn
dnn NcphuefT the commandant of thefiliev
filiev the Colonel of the regiment andI
Ii vn oilier officers were thereupon madeI
I rioncrs by tho mutineers After someinrley
inrley tho Bro t regiment joined theiniitinePM
iniitinePM with great enthusiasmIll
I 1 lm mutimorx numbering 10000 thencinrvlird
cinrvlird through the town with red flagsflying I
flying and two bands playing They metthe
the Ilielstock regiment which did not attempt
tempt to intervene but presented armsi
i ICn the national anthem being playedKcrp
Here and there halts wero made for thedelivery
delivery of political speeches The mutiiwri
iwri returned to their barracks in theevening
One telegram says the artillery havejoined
joined the inutinpcrs and that the otherIroeps
Iroeps and disaffected sailors have occupied
cupied the railway stopping trafficTV
TV news of tho rising caused coniternntuin
tin n the official world Fears are openlyipmnl
ipmnl that the agitation may spreadto
Odessa and Rostoff perhaps resulting inIke
the declaration of a provisional governtwit I
twit in the southThe
The sailors ut Cronstadt are In cloie telefjplm
fjplm roimiiuiiication with their commies
lr at Sevastopol I i feared that theiMiny
iMiny at runstndt will Il renewed butt
n4 > fugitiMs have arrived hero The hopoMpre
< xpreeif In military circles here thatIV
IV revolt at Sevastopol will soon run Itsuw
uw The garrison numbering 25000S
S ° n ut an categories would form a rfr
ip table mi lens for an insurgent armynouM
nouM MM umxpocted happen and a detnrn
tnnid leHer bo forthcomingIhe IChI
ChI crews ul the battleship Panteleimonformerly
formerly Mm Kniax Potemkin Tavritky
Iky ami tin cruiser Ochnkoff attendedi
i raeeinif ff sailors this afternoon andwilled
willed to join the mutiny Tho len ofIV
IV rihor ve ds refused to answer thetiinoiis
tiinoiis Kiilurs signalsfl
The pity m quiet Regular militaryfiler
ttdr is strictly preserved by proper senwls
wls A penal guard has been postedII
II the water works Tho sailors declarel
l a they will return to their allegiancektn
Stea they obtain what the Czar promisedbut i
thea but nobody hero knows what Iheytliry
lee they were promisedThe
The whole of tIme aucl8ul is in a stateWhins
I Whins unrest Titus and other placeswording
I wording to tho latest de patches are one
te verge of civil warpmis
PARts Nov oA despatch to the Temps
from St IVtersburg says that Count Witto
Wfgraphed to the president of tho Zomstvoat
ongr at MOHOW stating that what Isg
P 1nimug a Sevastopol exceeds In gravitytmt
lthln hat bas rcenty occurred inusaa
usaa lie entreats the president to Ine
e the congress to exercise a little modNov
frtonLND Nov 27The St Petersburg
teSpomzdent of tho Standard Bays that
1 h with military connections say thatlhe
l lhe army not excepting tho guardswith
ing 1thuj7 with tho revolutionists Notbnccentuate
Ig moro accentuated 1 the discontenttha
th an > Particularly among the officersVfldizK
VfldizK n ° Czars continued residence at hisfr
YDd Kltklireterhof and TsarskooSelo
nth Itev Ts1IkoSloeXCpton
i exception of tho guards whoqr
I v tf ere th5 eneVi IIC IIf at KrasnooSolo for 1 pro
llnr ho army hal seen nothing
o tm elM Rn nothlnlb
lh for
tarn5 more than awilorg year The
r of Iraltl onn I loyalty is consequently
tkering 10f
f llutnol comrades wilorgcomrades have again fignaled I
cmrell on ships In the harbor atI
Sevastopol but they were not answeredIt
It In said that the Brest regiment withdrew
drew Its adhesion from tho rovolt on Sunday
day and barricaded itself In Its barrackagainst
against tIm sailors Admiral NeplniefT umanother
another ofllcor have hen liberatedTho
Tho Ht Petersburg correspondent of tinTelegraph
Telegraph In I despatch dated MondayU10
1210 A 1 says tho latest and absolutetrustworthy
trustworthy despatches declare that theconditions
conditions at Sevastopol aro much bot tel
The Brest regiment Is said to have mirrendered
rendered M havo also the marines from theInntahlmon
Pantulelmon Both have promised to fro
on the revolutionists if they are ordered tonouns
nouns EXPLODE n CAPEThrown
Thrown Through Hlndovvi by Heroinllonlsu
llonlsu at IVaraawHptcljl
Hptcljl Cable Deipalch la Tutu SUNWARSAW
WAnSAW Nov 20Two men simultaneously
neously threw bombs today through windows
dows of tho cafi5 of tho Hotel Bristol Anumber
number of persons were more or less seriously
riously Injured by tho explosions whichfollowed
followed No arrests wero madeAltUS
Seled on tie Steanirr AroluriH In CopctiIURPII
IURPII HarborsWrii
COPKNIIACIKN Nov 20 Tljrt State policeinstructed
instructed by the Government have seizeda
a quantity of arms consigned to Finlandaboard
aboard tho steamer Arcturua In this harborlllOVT
Hillary Conuninilpr nt ItlelT Sliovvs Spiritof
of Ilpvoltfiptetal
fiptetal Cable tletpatch to TiE SUNKlFrr
KlFrr Nov 2oTho commander of thoKieff
Kieff military district his categorically r
fused to take measures against the strikersHo
Ho declared thnt he would act only accordIng
Ing to his conscienceIMM
Attack OIllcPJ of the inulanht Newspaptri
paptri In IlareelonaSpfcUl
SpfcUl Cubit LJeipatth to TiE SiNMAUIIIO
MAUIIIO Nov 20Freh rioting of aserious
serious nature has occurred at Barcelonaprovoked
provoked by tho Catulanlstx whose paperscontinue
continue to offend Spain and the SpanishArmy
Army Last night a large number of armyofficers
officers made a demonstration against thaCucat
Cucat a satirical journal and destroyedsome
some of its rooms They then marchedto
to tho printing odlco of the Ten Catalanawhere
where the CaptainGeneral ordered them togo
go away Later there were violent collisions
sions with Catatanists at different pointsof
of the city in which many were injuredA
A Ministerial Council wo convoked Immediately
mediately und a decree authorizing thosuspension
suspension of the constitutional guaranteesWHS
wes issued As some trop were marchingthrough
through tho city shouts of Down withSpam
i pain Long Live Catalonia were raisedSeveral
I Several arrests wero made The troopsare
are confined to their IwrracksWILD
Steamer Lnahlo to MaUr Iort SeasSweep
Sweep Over Ilo er Pierfipeclal
Y fipeclal Cable Despatch to Tup SUNLONDON
LONDON Nov 20A storm of unusualviolence
violence Is raging tonight in tho EnglishChannel
Channel No such gale has been experienced
rienced at Dover in recent years Thosteamer
steamer Kroonland has been held up forseveral
several hours it being too dangerous
ous for her to approach the landLate
Late tonight the sea was breaking overthe
the Admiralty pier which is partiallyunder
under water Huge seas are hurling lurgequantities
quantities of shingle across the railwayThe
The boat train from London tonight waaunable
unable to proceed to the pierThe
The Channel service 1 suspended TheCalais
Calais boat broke from her moorings imcihad
had to put to sea for safetyThe
The Iraf Waldersee arrived off Doverseveral
several hours late this evening She proceeded
ceeded direct to Hamburg owing to thatremendous
tremendous sea The steamer Patricia iscruising
cruising in the Channel waiting for theweather
weather to moderateI
11 HY El XG TO vTsiT TOKIOKmperor
Kmperor of Corea Will lie lime IJnpst ofthe
the MikadoSpecial
Special Cable Despatch to Til SUNTOKIO
TOKIO Nov 20It is reported that YlHyeung
Hyeung Emperor of Cora will soon visitTokio
The Corean who threw a stone throughthe
the window of a cur in which Marquis itothe
the Japanese special envoy was ridingWednesday
Wednesday lies been arrested und sentenced
tenced to two months imprisonment andto
to receive 10 lashesTho
Tho work of constructing tho SeoulGensan
Gensan Railway will bo resumed early nextyear
year The line will be completed at a coatof
of 15000000 yennitiTisii IilItIi1si1
nitiTisii wAnsnir LOSTLondon
11 1 1 J WUII Tlnncnnlu
London I las ICarly Mornlnc llmunr nf aDUastcr
Spettal Cable lleipatch to Tim SUNLONDON
LONDON Nov 7A rumor was currentin
in tho early hours of tho morning that I
British warship in foreign waters had metdisaster
disaster No confirmation of the reportscan
can be obtainedXlMlIIS
Helnei Monument MiaUen Ip by a Concourse
course HlBitThe
The Heine monument up at tho northwest
west comer of 101st street and Mott avenue
nue which caused so much dissensionsix
six years ago on Its acceptance as a giftto
to tho Park Department bus again l > eendisfigured
disfigured This time the disfigurementwas
was accidental When tho monument wasoffered
offered to the city after Boston had refusedit
it aiich a howl wont up on account of thenudity
nudity of some of the figures that the PorkDepartment
Department decided there was no convenient
venient site In any of tho city parks undturned
turned tho gift over to the Bureau of Highways
ways That was in 1100 and tho bureauhad
had the monument net up on the thenobscure
obscure corner in The Bronx Ono nightsomebody
somebody knocked off with a hammer thebonds
bonds of the three Rhine maidens Newheads
heads wore put onSince
Since then tho Grand Boulevard andConcourse
Concourse which Is to run all tho waythrough
through Tho Bronx to yonkers has beenlaid
laid out arid the home monument i rightin
in Its path Workmen have been blastingout
out rock nnd laying tho roadbed Onoheavy
heavy blawt last Thu wdny just a littlenouth
south of 101st street BO Jarred tho stntuothat
that tho heads of the tftreo water nymphsfell
fell off againTho
Tho Bureau of 1Iigways has decidedto
to movo tho momimoH eighteen foot tothe
the west so that it wi 1 face tlio Concouraowhen 1
when it is completed
nrl1IW IN Till JE1iitIheavy
Heavy Double Header Paiirncer Train onthe
tho noston A Mtlne trailin IntoIooal aLocal
Local Ahead TelcicopliiB Hear CarNo
No Medical Alt Wan Near at IlamlBOSTON
BOSTON Nov 20A rear end colllsloroccurred
occurred between two passenger trainon
on the Fitchburg division of the Bostonand
and Maine Railroad near Lincoln at 8loclock <
oclock tonight resulting In tho deathof
of at least sixteen people and the injuryof
of forty othersTho
Tho trains In collision were the localeaving
leaving Boston at 715 for stations on theMarlboro
Marlboro branch and tho heavy BellowiFolia
Falls night train which left hero at 745Tho
Tho latter train was drawn by two locomotives
motives and it crashed into the rear of thelocal
local with terrlflo foroo telescoping twtcars
cars the wreckage of which caught fireIt
I Is reported that several of the injuretwere
were pinned in the d hrH and burned todeath
The accident occurred at Bakers Bridgea
a mile west of Lincoln Station It Is beI
lee to have been duo to tho failure of theengineer
engineer of the first locomotive of the realtrain
train to see 1 fuseo dropped from the locatrain
train which was slightly late and had cotmto
to 1 stopTho
Tho atmosphere was very thick at thetime
time Tho locality where the wreck occurred
curred prevented the Injured from beingpromptly
promptly cared for 1 > I Is an out of theway
way placeAll
All the physicians In Walttmm and Concord
cord and surrounding towns were telephoned
phoned for and troy hurried to the sceneThe
The injured and the dead were laid sideby
by side on the railroad embankment thouninjured
uninjured passengers doing their best torelieve
relieve the sufferings of those hurt pending
ing the arrival of medical aidTho
Tho local train consisted of four carswell
well filled with ppoplo who were returning
ing to their homes in towns as fur ns Marlboro
horo This train wax behind time when itstopped
stopped at Lincoln on account of heavytravel
travel and when It reached the station atHakers
Bakers Bridge the brakeman wo orderedto
to throw out 1 red fire fut tit the rearIt
I could not hI learned whether he did thisor
or not
The express train which left Boston at74ls
7 43 is known as the night Montreal expressIt
It proceeds to Bellows Falls Vt on theFltchburg
Fltchburg division and then up throughVermont
Vermont over the Rutland system to StHyacinthe
I Hyacinthe I consisted of two locomotivesand
I and nine cars three of which were daycoaches
coaches and ono sleeper The train runsextra
extra from Waltham to South Acton and itwas
was travelling at nearly the usual speedwhen
when the collision occurredTho
Tho engineer of the head locomotive onthe
the express evidently caught sight of theroar
roar of the local OB It stood at tho BakersBridge
Bridge station as he applied the air brakesa
a second before the collision happenedbut
but this effort scarcely stayed tho onrushof
of the trainThe
The locomotive c hod into tho rear carof
of the local with great force ploughed itsway
way through and jammed into the nextcar
car ahead shattering both cars almost Intopieces
The wreckage took fire almost at onceeither
either from the broken engines or the kerosene
sene lamps Men women and childrenwere
were pinned in the wreckage some of themscarcely
scarcely injured und before they could beextricated
extricated they perished from fire or suffocation
cation Biker > Bridge il only a villageand
and has no fire department su that theflumes
fame > raged unchecked until practicallynothing
nothing remainedJust
Just how many persons died In the flameswill
will probably not be known for sOle timeand
and no names were available up to f latehour
hour The uninjured passengers und trainhands
hands allied by tho few persons living inthe
the neighborhood blurted In at the workof
of rescue in quick us they recovered theirselfpossession
With axes and t iron bars many peoplepinned
pinned by timbers were saved from theflumes
flumes Some of these wore badly injured
jured and I lumber of bodies were takenout
out before the flames devoured themThe
The little station anil some of time housesclose
close by were turned into hospitals wheretho
the dead and injured were placed side byside
side Several people died in the Htationbefore
before medical aid reached themWord
Word was telegraphed to this city and aspecial
special train bearing surgeons and nursesfrom
I from the hospitals started for the scenesoon iIOOU
soon after 0 oclock und reached BakersBridge
Bridge iii half an hourTho
Tho most Bovoiely Injured were givenfirst
first relief and woro then placed aboardthe
the special train on stretchers and noonafter
after 1 oclock they arrived here andwere
were taken to the hospitalsSOUTH
man L A Hutchinson of Northflold VtFireman
Fireman Richard I Proctor of NashuaN
N Han Brakeman Alfred A Jeanette ofNashua
Nashua were killed and Engineer StanleyP
P Woodbury of Gorham Me and EngineerS
S W Daniels of Portland were seriouslyinjured
injured In 1 freight wreck hero at 1215A
A I on the Worcester Nashua and Portland
land division of the Boston and Maine Railroad
i road A regular freight from Nashuawas
i was taking I Hiding and was run Into by adouble
double header extra freight from PortlandThe
The engineer says the night operator hungout
out his red light too lato to stop the trainPISH
PISH MIu I imonEnIloat
float Onpsled In Eddy In tlio Hound andFour
Four Wrro Thrown Into MaterNEW
NEW KOCIIKILK N Y Nov 20VhIlofishing
fishing In tho Sound off this place John FReese
Reese 42 years old of 401 Est Twentyninth
ninth street New York was drowned undthreo
threo companions including his son Lawrence
rcnce aged 22 were rescued after havingspent
spent half an hour In tho chilly water Themen
men were fishing from a rowboat whichdragged
dragged its anchor drifted Into an eddyfind
find was carwized Reese was tho only onoDf
of tho party who could not swim Theboat
boat was righted and Reese was put aboardIt
It capsized again RCOSOR feet were caughtunder
and ho drownedThe
under a Rot Ind was rwnedhe
The other men were resound by S > eclalPoliceman
Policeman Albert Brown anti John Gardenwho
who went to them in I rowboat RwwosBody
boy was recovered Ho was employed byihe
the Manhattan Brass Company and leavesi
i widow and five chidrenI
I1KVL iltl 11111 0 TKAMSTKItbHmploMrii
HmploMrii ttiix the Orr Strike Must Kmlor
or TheII llpnmml HIP Open NlmpAn
An order was sent to every police statloIn
In the city last night to hold two sectionIn
In reserve beginnIng at 4 A M todayThe
The order Is to continue until further noticeMm
Mm order Is a result of a meeting of timeNew
New York Team Owners Affjoclatlon heliat
at tho Grand Opera House lost night atwhich
which I was voted that unless the strlkibegun
begun against ono of their number TliomoiOrr
Orr be called off the truckmen must connto
to work as nonunion menThey
They must lither repudiate their memIwrahlp
Iwrahlp in the union or they will not beallowed
allowed to go to work In the morningThe
The Teamsters Inlon nlso held a meeting
ing last night In a hall at Nineteenth streeland
and Eighth avenue They passed resohiions
ions demanding that every nonunioninun
mal who comes to work this morning hirequired
required by his employer to join the unloiat
at onceShould
Should the employers not enforce thhrule
rule they mean to call I strikeIt
I is expected that at least 40 trucks wllbe
be tied up this morningKIEVATEIt
1assHiRrrM on Serum A > riuic Head ScumIi
I ElectrIc llreworknWhen
When a seven car down train on theSecond
Second avenue elevated railroad startedout
out of the station at Eighth street and Firstavenue
I avenue shortly after 10 oclock last night
I series of blinding flashes of electricityfollowed
followed by ripping and booming detonations
tions startled tho neighborhood and scaredthe
the passengers Some one In the streetturned
turned In an clean for fire engines andActing
Acing Captain Fnrr of the Fifth streetstation
I station fearing that many people had iaerihurt
hurt Melt in 1 call for ambulances to StVincents
Vincents and Bellevue hospitals and summoned
moned the reserves from three police stations
The ambulances were not needed hutthe
the engines were for the first car of thetrain
train was burning briskly The reservesalso
also came in handy for u crowd was attructed
tructed by the diuplayw of electricity anilthe
the booming reports that attended themWhat
What caused the trouble was that a shoeon
on the first or motor car of the train gotIOOM
IOOM and flopped over the third rail Insuch
such a way as to cause I short circuitAs
As soon ns Motorman Arthur Adams puton
on the power there came I blue blast thattemporarily
temporarily blinded tho thirty passengersin
in the first elI and scared those in the sixother
other carsAll
1 the lights in tho curs went out Thinking
ing that the trouble was due to ole smallobstruction
obstruction on the third rail MdtormanAdams
Adams again applied tho power Thencaine
caine a roar a sputtering flash and u showerof
of eparks that exceeded tho first in noisennd
and brilliancy so Adams shut off the current
rent for good und all but tho sputteringflashes
flashes and the roaring continued Thepassengers
passengers made for the platforms
Adams sent back word to the guardson
on the rear cars which were opposite thefetdtloir
fetdtloir jllatform to open their JPoHito andlet
let the passengers pff When they wereoff
off the wooden floor of the first car was inflames
flames The train hands tried to put outthe
the blaze with the small hand extinguishersIn
In the cars but these wore not up to thojob
The firemen arrived none too soon Thostation
station agent communicated with the powerhouse
house and tho power along this sectionof
of the line was turned off The line wastied
tied up about forty minutes In somecages
cages trains were stalled between stationsand
and the passengers walked along the footpath
path to the nearest stationWhen
When the firemen had got the fire outthe
the crew of the train removed the troublesome
some shoe on the first car Then the trainwas
was mil to South Ferry by the motor ofthe
the rear car it wits sent down emptyund
und in this fashion returned to the repairyards
yards in HarlemIASTOIt
And Committee of Ireslivtirj Asks to HPHplleud
Hplleud of Its MliilonThe
The committee of presbytery appointedto
to investigate the affairs of the WestminsterPresbyterian
Presbyterian Church und nfterward continued
tinued in an advisory capacity has preparedits
its report which shows that I small majorityof
of the congregation sides with tho pastorJohn
John Lloyd Lee and the majority of t I
session but that it can find no icason tohope
hope that the large minority can over bireconciled
I reconciled to the present administrationTho
The committee suggested that the pastorshould
should resign but it npoits I hut hI and hisfriends
friends in the session have found themselvtM
selvtM unable to accept this view of the situation
uation Wherefore the committee asksto
to b relieved from further considerationof
of the matter The committeenicn are theRev
Rev William I Richards the Rev GeorgeNixon
Nixon Theron U Strong amid Wlar AMagle
UK Alt APT Ell UtOllLEIl PAltTrHotly
Hotly of Steamship Fireman MltliNeck TnIMIltlSeck
Neck round In WrIt SIlt TenementRobert
Robert Allen I steamship fireman wasfound
found dead in the hallway on tho thirdfloor
floor of a six story tenement nt 17 Weststreet
street Into last night His m > ck showedmarks
marks of bruises and had been twisted untilit
it snapped Two little boys living in thohouse
house discovered the man stretched outin
in tho hallway mind they notified Policemen
men OConnor anti Oleason of tho Churchstreet
street station on post near by An ambulance
bulance was summoned from tho Hudsonstreet
street hospital and Dr Cherry the surgeonpronounced
pronounced Allen deadNear
Near where the body lay the police observed
served that tho lower panel of I door wanalmost
almost battered In They wont into thtplace
place and found Mary Shutter KntoLowry
Lowry and Stephen Olsen a sailor Thnrooms
rooms showed unmistakable evidence ofa
0 row having occurred there and despitethe I
the fact that the two women and Olseiidenied
denied knowing Allen they were arrestedand
and locked up Later they were I littlemore
more inclined to talk and admitted thatAllen
Allen had been one of a growler partyin
In tho rooms They wouldnt tell anything
thing about how tho man received his Injuries
New Orleans inspectors rind CohIltilniruiters
IVultrrs Captain at FaultNEW
NEW OIUKANS Nov 20Tho UnitedStates
States local inspectors havo decided thatHie
the collision of tho lighthouse tender Magnolia
nolia and tho fruit vessel En part n in whichPresident
President Roosevelt was Involved was duoto
t the captain of the Espartu disobeyingregulations
regulations A tho Kaparta i I Britishvessel
vessel the Inspectors report that they haveDO
DO jurisdiction
stiziiti OP mi CAPITALLuba
Luba lleid to Criiili 1101 Million MullInc
Inc for IrrnilMlon I > roui naihlngtoNu
Nu i > eclH 1lHii of Arointing SjnipatliIn
In WIMPS for Aiuprlean Landownerfiotclal
fiotclal CMe Drifilth to timid SUNHAVANA
HAVANA Nov 20Owimmg to a report thareached
reached here last night that a number ofAmerican
American residents of the Isle of Pines intended
tended to attack Nuovu Gerona 110 capitaland
and seize the government the authorltiehere
here sent a commissioner to the island toreport
report on tho situationA
A press despatch from Butabano state1that
that the captain of tho revenue cutteAnana
Anemia says Nueva Geronu is alarmedThe
The rural guards are ready to resist attackbut
but r reinforcements have beon asked forHe
He adds that I number of the Cubnti resldents
dents have been armed by the MayorThis
This latter statement eel to be confirmed
firmed by the fact that although there unonly
only twentyfive rural guards on tho Islanda
a high official admitted that the Governmenhas
has the means of crushing any rovoltSecretary
Secretary Andrade says the mater is aCuban
Cuban affair and If necessary the CuburGovernment
Government twlll crush any revolt withoutconsulting
consulting Washington which lies nothingto
to do with it Well Informed personsstattthnt
that the Cuban Government intimated totIme
tIme Washington Government that It proposed
I posed to maintain Its authority in the Isltof
I of Pines A reply was received stating thulthe
the Cuban Government would IH nctlnfcorrectly
I correctly Secretary Andrade does notconsider
consider that It would be risky to fight ifthme
the Americans attempted violenceIt
I It Is thought hero that the Americans irthe
the Isle of Pines may hope to obtain additional
ditional sympathy In the United States ifthey
they asaiime a violent attitude especiallyif
if any of them are killed or woundedwhereas
whereas If they submit to not boingrecognlzed
nlzed by Washington their cause will belost
President Palma drove on the Prado tonight
night in an open coach without an escortHo
Ho apparently was not afraid of any attemptat
at asfassination HOle of hii children wereIn
In another carriage at the tuneSecretary
Secretary Andrnde does not expect definite
mite news from the Isle of Pines untiltomorrow
rnmipccted Heart DUeaxe Has at IllsSoils
Soils MpdilliiR nn riiiirHilavKiliaen
Kiliaen Van Hensselaer died rather suddenly
denly of heart disease yesterday afternoon
noon at hit residence 155 East Seventyheconcl
second street Mr Van Jtenaselaer had notbeen
been very well 81nr attended the weddingof
of his eldest son Kiliaen to Miss DorothyMansou
Mansou last Thursday at HI BartholomewsChurch
Church He came home somewhat oxhavisted
havisted but it was not known that hisheart
I heart was affected until yesterday afternoon
noon wheiiho complained of feeling ill anddied
died soon afterwardMr
Mr Van Rensseluer wax born In Albanyon
on February 11 1811 He wan a grandsonof
of Gen Stephen Van Rensselaer tile lastVan
Van Kenssulner Patroon and I 01 ofWilliam
William P Van Itensselaer Ho preparedto
to enter Yale College but the outbreak ofthe
I the civil war led him to relinquish his studiesand
and enter the army He was captain of ucompany
I company In tlio Thirtyninth New YorkVolunteerHand
olullcerl antI served with dlHllnctionunderGrlL
Grant and Hancock Hu WHS In fourteenbattles
battles from the Wilderness to the surrender
render of LeoMr
Mr Van Huns elaer was connected withseveral
several charitable societies He did muchto
to improve tho nppeurunco of the upperWest
West Side of Manhattan having throughhis
his personal efforts got several appropriations
tions for the repuvim und lighting of sections
tions of the Houlevird and AmsterdamIn
In 1892 be ran for Alderman on the Republican
publican ticket in the Twentythird district
trict but was defeated He took greatinterest
interest in public affairs often appearedbefore
before the Board of Ultimate and at committee
mite hearings in the City Hull und wasuotive
active in church matters Ho was 1 manager
uger of the American Tract Society Inbusiness
business he was a custom house brokerHis
His elder son was in business with thefather
father mid another son Is at Yalo Hiswife
wife who was Olivia Attorbury surviveshim
him nnd there are two marred daughtersMrs
Mrs Iowis H G aw try and Mrs BenjaminW
W ArnoldWHO
Its Mortli It5ifIO and YomiB Man farrjInc
Inc I Around Would Mice to KnowThere
There Is 11 young man in Orange N Jwho
who for several weeks has curried aroundin
in his pocket I diamond brooch containingfortyfive
fortyfive pure white stones probablyworth
worth 2500 Exxrtn havo pronouncedthem
them perfect He says that ho is waitingfor
for the loser tl advertise them all apparently
patently feels that ho il not called uponto
to make tlio first movo in that directionHis
His story is that tho brooch which isnearly
nearly as large us a J20 gold piece and circular
cular wan picked up near the CentralRailroad
Railroad Mtation in Broad street Newarkduring
celebration whenthat Ithat
during time Halloween celthrton
that portion of tho street was crowdedby
by a struggling maR of people watchingthe
the parade The jewelry is said to havetho
tho Initials of the owner on the back buttheso
theso have not been disclosed for fear offuko
fuko IdentificationTho
Tho young lan Is engaged In Wall Streetand Iami
and carries tIm broocn to and from hisofllco Iofco
office carre dav He has shown it tomany
many of Ids friends and told them theHtory
story of tho find Ho evidently standsready
tlor to deliver it to tho owner inasmuchn
aK the Btones if taken from the settingscould
could be disposed of for more than theywould
would bring in the Irrooch on I pieco ofsecond
second hand jewelryConsiderable
Considerable speculation is henl indulged
dulged in in Grange nn to why tho ownerof
of such a valuable piece of jewelry hasfailed
rewardI failed to undue the loss public nnd offer nreward
I Slip Ostriches for flip ZooTime
Tho Zoological Park in The Bronx is toadd
add to its ostrich family this week twofemale
female ostriches ono from tho Soudanworth
worth HO tho if of Cleveland 1 Dodgonnd
and tho other from a Florida farm und thogift
gift of Charles T Barney At presentthere
there are only malo ostriches in tho ZooMr
Mr Dodge has also given tho society afemale
female eland which Carl Hngenl > ock iasending
sending over heroOVBIJ
Tbe etllitecnflour train Ices New York atSR5
SR5 P M arrive Chicago 8iS AM leave Chlearo
245 P M arrives New York S4i A M Ia 1ennlUUtouJ
rholla HaUto4td
Siillnn Iroiioul for a Compronilin I
Ilrnily llrjrctrdSjirrfJl
SjirrfJl ube Unftteh la Tot MUMCoNHTANTiNoiLK
CoNHTANTiNoiLK Nov 26Tho International
national squadron has arrived at the Islamof
of MytlleneTowflk
Towflk Podia Minister of Foreign Affairs
fairs visited the AmbaHrnidors today inorder
order to sound hem as to whether a convpromise
promise was possible In Turkeys dliputtwith
with the Powers regarding tho flnunclncontrol
control of MacedoniaTho
rime Ambassadors refused to discuss thesubject
subject saying that as the Powers had beerforced
forced to employ coercive measures no compromise
promise was possibleHaron
Baron Marschall von lileborsteln timelormuinun
German Ambassador added that the threalof
of a massacre of Christians contained ImiImmrkeys
I Turkeys note In reply to the demand olthe
the Powers prevented the latter from showIng
I Ing a considerate dispositionr
I r s stATon mrifo crnryKnnsm
Knnsm irnftpr lUtilf to WIOOOO Fineunit
I unit Too Yean In IrliunST
ST Louis Mo Nov 20 United StatesSenator
Senator Joseph Ralph Burton of Kansaswas
was found guilty on six counts in tho tnltmStates
States Circuit Court at 1245 oclock Sundaymorning
morning for using his influence as I tniteJStates
In the Issuanceof
States Senator preventing IRHuancof
I of a fraud order against the Hullo Grainand
and Securities Company I get rich quickconcern
The Jury was out two hours The punishment
ment vrosTiOt fixed by Judge Van Devanteipending
pending announcement by F W Ijehmannattorney
attorney for Senator Burton that be wouldfile
file 1 bill of exceptions at 10 oclock tomorrow
morrow morning ondamotlon for an appealIn
In the event the motions are refused bytlio
tho court sentence will then IKI passedupon
upon Senator BurtonTho
Tho maximum punishment Is two yearsIn
In Jai and I 10WO fine Ho cannot besentenced
sentenced to the penitentiary Convictionhowever
however causes him to forfeit his office asUnited
United States SenatorSlCCKSS
SlCCKSS Of IAllKSK 104 VHelp
Help of American Huanolers In lullyAcknowledged
Sptclal Cable DniiaUh to Tar SUNTon
Ton II Nov 28Tho newspapers heroregard
regard die success in floating the last Japanese
anese loan as decided evidence of Japansstanding
standing in the financial world It 1 > statedthat
that the greatest difficulty in the negotiations
tions was experienced in London oil
to the Russophobe movement againstJapan
Japan and also to EnglIsh capitalists takingumbrage
umbrage because Germans participated inthe
the flotationThe
The persecution of tho Jews in Russiadecidedly
decidedly helped the negotiations with theRothschilds
Rothschilds in Paris The influence ofAmerican
American financiers who were the first toagree
agree to Japans terms is prominentlyacknowledged
7V JOST WITH 111 TltlSroitTTli
Tli Iliiiln Caroline Urrro Sunk InCollision
Collision Mltli the IlikokaXtrclul
Xtrclul alt UeVildi la THE SUNTOKIO
TOKIO Nov 20At sunset yesterday thetransports
transports Ikuta and Fukoka which werereturning
returning with reserves were in collisionnear
near Shimonoseki The Ikuta was so badlydamaged
damaged that she filled and sank in threominutes
Eighteen persons were lost and seventywere
were savoJATIOAr
lnRleal amid Dramatlp Dlrrcllon rmnpanyHOIHP
1tasr house In lit HiitltNov
ChIcAGo Nov 20It was announcedlust
lust night that success has crowned themovement
movement for a rational thenre hurt
This has heel assured by tho agreementjust
just closed by which the Musical undDramatic
Dramatic Direction Company establishedby
by Arthur Bissell Preston Gibson Melvlllo
and others has leasedfor
vlllo E Stone Jr otherl ha lelet
for 100007 the new model theatre to b
erected next summer at 247 Michiganavenue
avenue by the Chicago Musical CollegeTlio
Time building will b sis stories high ofdressed
dressed white marble and green broncoand
and will cost 5000001HYH
Hut Mill Not Multe IlililteTlirutlKhnPress Viii aRrIrrs
Press inn SermonTho
The Rev John Alexander Dowie otherwise
wise known as Elijah 1 preached I sermonto
to I few followers of his at lit Zion Tabernacle
each ut 116th street and Fifth avenueyesterday
yesterday afternoon Dr Dowie hadntannounced
announced that ho would preach her andthere
there was no rush to see him Tho churchof
of the Dowieites is a small one and hisfriends
friends said that It was comfortably filledDowie
Dowie went to the service In a cab withsome IsOle
sOle of the deacons that arrived here fromMexico Ihxico
Mexico with him His sermon lasted anhour
hour He and his attendants then cameback
back to the Fifth Avenue Hotel whereDowie
Dowie shut himself in his room tho restof
of time day His sermon wo tukou downby
by his own stenographer for the paper ofion
Zion City Ho refused to give it to thovulgar
vulgar pressHOY
HOY KiLLS ins OIRTJ corsixHe
He a Handling a KliotRim and Went aCharge
Charge Through Her IlpadKRVPOHT
KF PORT X J Nov 20While handlinga
a shotgun on Saturday afternoon ClintonWalling
Walling 17 years old lon of John I Walling
big of Centerville about two miles backof
of this place shot and instantly killed hiscousin
cousin Mabel Walling daughter of Mrand
and Mrs WyckofT Walling Miss Wallingwould
would have bon 17 years old today Theshootjng
shooting occurred at tho homo of tho Olgman
man while Miss Walling was making a cullTho
rime shot entered her neck and went upInto
Into her headIly
Ily Marconi Wlrrl5111e
lime Hamburg American liner Amerikafrom
from Hamburg was 140 miles east of Nantucket
tucket lightship at 130 oclock yesterdayafternoon
afternoon ant probably will bo up to herpier
pier in Hol > okeii before noon today Shohas
hat 700 cabin passengers a record numberfor
for this sensan and a very large cargo ofgeneral
general merchandiseTIIANKSOIVINO
Drwpyi Vlnen always zlvo satisfactionH
I AitrTor T r e ey 6 Sons C 135 Pullon St Ve orl
Tor Albwij tHIea Syracuse Rochester UufTaloNiagara
Niagara Fall and the Went Nov 27 the New YorlcCentral
Central haa aIn at 8 JO 845 > Q20 has A 1
102 106 2M 330 30 342 400 400 V3 Sanexn
exn 730 Noo R3Q Ojo t1O 1 U Can you ilub
b ttcrt < lili
Chancellor MncCrnclion lilaus IaUi toAlteration
Alteration or Alinlutinient PresidentKllot 1taIMleM
mot Ha1 lie Han No Power to Art 1The
taIMleM of FatalitIes Till NetionThe
The death of Harold Mooro right halfback i
back of time Union College team as a resultof
of Injuries in tho football game oflMt i
Saturday between Union and Now YorkUniversity jUnlvrRI
University In thin city has added a toweringcrest
crest to the wuvo of popular domand forclmngo
change or abolition of the gridiron gameTim I
Tim efforts made by Chancellor MnoCraokoaof
of New York University to have President r r
dent Charles W Eliot of Harvard call 0
conference of heads of colleges with thoIdea
Idea of con idorlng means of correction orcomplete
complete excision of tlm pastime Imave liovrev
eor met with mnalltfruitlonOr
Or MacCruckimtf note to tho Harvardpresident lday
president was received by tho latter yesterday
day President Eliot shi answer the localcollege
college bend to the effect that ho cannotdo
do anything along the lines suggestedbecause
because the power to control football atHarvard
Harvard rests not with the president butwith
with tin thirty member of tho board ofovernuorH
overnuorH who crjrrspond to tho trusteesof
of other institutions This answer however 1IYel I
ever d < ss not satisfy tho query as towhether I
whether 1 conference of bends of collegershould
should be calledGeneral IGeneral
General interest ImH ben excited also anto
to tie probablo attitude of Dr XicholniMurray
Murray Ilutler presiclpnt of ColumbiaInlversity
Inlversity because of ho fact that in thogamo
gamo of football between Pennsylvaniaand
and Columbia on Saturday lust DouglasCarter
artor fullback of the lowil college tamwal
was so severely hurt > to necessitate immediate
diate lemovnl from the field to a sanatorium
torium This is in addition to the inc
I dent of the light on tin field at AmericanLouguo u
League Iurk following tho attack madiupon
upon ii prostrate Columbia player Armstrong
strong by Halley the Wesleynn fullbackThis
This affair resulting In police interferencein
II ii college game called forth unfavorablocomment
comment on the morale of the sportDr
Dr Duller lint night aid that he had notreceived
received any invitation from ChancellorMacCrucketi
MacCrucketi to in conferenceof
llcCracltl participate I lonfereno
of the Fort suggested above and that untilsuch
such tile UH a request of tills kind reachedhim
him he would have nothing to sayIt
I i > known that Dr lititler has cooperatedwitii
witii Francis S Hangs diairman of thouniversity
I nlieritj committee I athletics to investigate
vestigate tie Wisleyan incident to tho endand
Illd that a report on this oou i is to be forthcoming
A graduate in a position to know saidrecently
recently thnt Dr lint icr had intentions oftaking
taking al active although por ibly anonymous
mous part in the management of certainphaes
phaes of Columbia football in the tie xl5iili
Mluon leaving it t bo inferred that theprovince
province of tie president would includeJurisdiction
Jurisdiction over the style of play now invogue
vogue at Columbia College sentiment atColumbia
Columbia regards I definite action of Homewort
I sort toward the alteration in football ajnssined
nssined before thu next season beginsfJr
fJr Carl William head of tho board offootball
I football etiaches in a Ntter addressed tothu
the university committcMi on athletics atthe
the Philadelphia institution suggests radical
CIt I changes to bo made in the rules withthe
the alternative of abolishing the gatneIt
I is snggiMid thai unnpcfswiry roughnembe
be punisliabl with a penalty of twentyyards
yards against the team offending Inc
t hit I shall not bo possible for a team tosubstitute
substitute a new man for any player diem
m ualilli > l fo unsportsmanlike play continuing
m lam mitig thu game with tlmln or whateverthe
the case mint y be Also i in proposed that aplayer
player twice disqualified in any one seasonshould
should be ruled off the gridiron for thornxt
rnxt nf the seasonOne
I One of the most intereiting developmentI sI
I I shown in a telegram mldresed to President
i dent Roosevelt from 111 tliicaga Tribunebetting
betting forth the exceptional number ofinjuries
injure and deaths Illhi Mon e play todate
date Tim well known interest of the President
dent in the ii riti eat iomm and pacillcation offootball
I football is pTMrt < d ti receive a furtherstimulus
stimulus from timiclii ITh
Thi Tribune points out tint teamslining
lining open play had IIs tliun their usualquota
quota of accident Dr Williams in hitletter
letter holds to tlio opposite contention tieclaring
claring that mass play Is merely morowearing
wearing but by no means so dangerousto
to the player as I Il slojillfd opon playThe
The manner in whiCh accidents of magnitude
tude this season have Uv > 1 brought aboutbears
bears out Dr Wiliam in ins statementCAMIIHMXIK
CAMIIHMXIK Muss Nov 1 PresidentKliot
Eliot of Harvard was Interviewed tonghtin
in fan to the telegram from ChancellorMacCnicken
I MacCnicken of Now 1eirk Vniversitylinking
linking him t ti cl a meeting of universityand
and college presidents > to consider tho question
tion of altering or abolishing footballDr
Dr Eliot said thai ho had received Chancellor
colby Maetrachens telegram only thinafternoon
afternoon When aslcpd what action howould
would take in time maier President EliotBiiid
Biiid I hal write Chancellor MacCrucken
Crucken a noto declining to take any actionIn
In the matter Even If I wore inclinedto
to do as he asks It would not bo in my powerAny
Any such acton would lao to come fromthe
the board of overseers which hns controlover
over athletic matterIn
In connection with a report which cameout
out last week that Moorfleld Storey amember
member of tIme board of overseers wouldstart
start an investigation of prpBont practicesIn
In football at the next mooting of the overseers
seers President Eliot declared that MrStorey
Storey had emphatically denied any suchIntention
PiniAUKUiUA Nov 20rhue circularletter
letter sent out to all colleges and educational
national institutions by the university committee
mittee on athletics of the Inivorslty ofPennsylvania
Pennsylvania embraces also a note fromDr
Dr Curl Williams brad of flue Ponasylvnnln
vnnln boird of football coaches in relation
lation to time rough play in football andmeasures
measures to ho taken to blot out this objectionable
jectionable feature This letter was addressed
dressed primarily to the university committee
mittee by Dr Williams and is as followsFootball
Football us it is played today is strenuOIIB
OIIB and nvcn rough but not more so thanOH
OH played a dozen years ago It in notnecessarily
necessarily brutal Tho danger of injuryin
in mass play is moro apparent than realNinotenths
Ninotenths of all serious injuries occurin
in nocalled open play Tim mass play indimply
dimply moro exhausting and require mowendurance
endurance Any change then in thorules
rules which pimply opens up tlio game willnot
not lesson the immlx of injuries but onthe
the contrary will tend to increase themTho
Time only way to eliminate all possibilityof
of Injury is BO to frame the rules as to proent
sent physical contact of the players Inother
other words so to frame time rules that

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