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NUMBER 3659 WASHtNGTOK r ASHINGTO I FRIDAY EVENING JUNE 17 1904 I PRICE ONE CENT
JAPS OFFICERS OFFICERSCOMMIT OFFICERSCOMMIT OFFICERSColonel
COMMIT SUICIDE SUICIDEColonel
Colonel ColonelCOMMIT Esuschi susc i Commander of o the Troops Troopson
on Doomed come Transports Burns urns His Is Flag Flagand Flagand a aan
and an Takes His is Own Life LifeENGLISH LifeENGLISH LifeAdmiral
ENGLISH COMMANDER JUMPS JUMPSOVERBOARD JUMPSOVERBOARD JUMPSOVERBOARD
OVERBOARD AND IS MISSING MISSINGAdmiral MISSINGA
Admiral A AdmiralENGLISH dmi ral Kamitpuras amt ura s Ships S ips in Pursuit of ofRussian ofRussian o oRussian
Russian Vladivostok Fleet FleetMissing Missing Cor Correspondent Correspoi Correspondent ¬
respondent respoi dent Under hoer Arrest at Port o rf Arthur ArthurTOKYO ArthurTOKYO ArthurTOKYO
TOKYO June 17 1 Survivors Survivors of the Japanese transport tr nsport Hitachi HitachiMaru HitachiMaru HitachiMaru
Maru sunk su k by Russian warships in the Straits of Korea on Wednesday Wednesdayhave Wednesdayhave Wednesdayhave
have arrived in Tokyo They tell the story of the th loss of the vessel as asfollows asfol1ows asfollows
follows followsAt At 7 a m the Russians were we e sighted The Japanese attempted to toescape to toesc1pe toescape
escape escapeAt
At 10 oclock the Russians opened a terrific fire In a few minutes minutesthe minutesthe minutesthe
the decks of the transport were were ere covered cov red with corpses A shell struck the theengine theengine theengine
engine room and killed 200 200ENGLISH 200ENGLISH 200ENGLISH
ENGLISH COMMANDER JUMPS OVERBOARD OVERBOARDAt
At 6 oclock in the evening the Hitachi Maru sank Captain CaptainCampbell CaptainC1mpbell CaptainCampbell
Campbell the English commander jumped overboard and is missing missingThe missingThe missinga
a The chief engineer was killed on the bndge bridgeColonel bndgeColonel bndgeColonel
Colonel Esuschi commander of the troops ordered ord red the flag flagburned flagburned
burned when he saw all was lost and an d he and the second mate and other otherofficers otheroffICers otherofficers
officers committed suicide suicideOFFICAL suicideOFFICAL
iJ iJOFFICAL
OFFICAL STORY OF DISASTER DISASTERThe DISASTERThe DISASTERThe
The Japanese legation here received the following cablegram cabl gr m from fromTokyo fromTokyo fromTokyo
Tokyo this morning morningOn morningOn I
On the naming of June 15 the Vladivostok squadron consisting consistingof
of the Rossia Somboi and Rurik made its appearance iirthe ir in the Sea of ofSenkai ofSenkai
Senkai and attacked our transports transportsON transportsONETRANSPORTUNACCOUNTED
1 ONE ON ONETRANSPORTUNACCOUNTED < TRANSPORT TR NSPORT UNACCOUNTED AC OUNTED FOR FORl lf lfThe
l The Hitachi Maru M ru was sunk and there escaped owl qnbbg onJ fevv fe fevivors tiSSg
vivors ThsrSado Th The Sado SadoMaru1 Maru was gas s torpedoed torp edderted defbJ bnVnot t nOf stink Stipk1 r alid lfi e rnajori rnajoriof 1J1a ma l lof on r
of her men are su supposed suppo pl 2t b have hnveDen been b en stved The fttte fnteof of t tfieMdzumi tfieMdzumiMaru tHe Idzumi I dzumiMaru
Maru is still unknown unknownThe unknownThe unknownThe
The Russian squadron was sighted off Oki Isfand on dn the 16th 16thAdmiral 16thAdmiral 16thAdmiral
Admiral Kamimuras fleet started on the mt rning of the 15th in pursuit pursuitof I Iof
of the enemy enemyIt
< JAPS OCCUPY HUAIKEN HUAIKENGeneral HUAIKENGeneral HUMKENGeneral
General Kuroki reports that on June 12 1 a detachment detrtchf l1t < pof of our ourtroops ourtroops oura
a troops occupied HuaiKen sixtyfive six five miles miJesnortheast northeast of Kuanlufn Ku Kuiinttin n The Theenemy Theenemy Theenemy
enemy consisted of 3QO Russians gild a ld 300 Hunghsutze HunghsutzeThere HunghsutzeThere Hunghs wile wileThere
There Vere were no casualties on our side The Enemys enemys nem s casualties are areunknown areunknown arcunknown
unknown unknownOne unknownOne
I
One Russian who was made prisoner bears the epaulet of the theFifteenth th thFifteenth thet I
t Fifteenth East Siberian Regiment RegimentMISSING RegimeRtMISSING RegimentM1SSlNG
MISSING CORREPONDENT UNDER ARREST ARRESTThe ARRESTThe ARRESTThe
The State Department has received a dispatch from United States StatesConsul StatesConsul Statest
t Consul Harris at Nagasaki Japan confirming the report that the Rus Russians Russians Russians ¬
sians sank a Japanese transport with 1000 men aboard aboardUnited aboardUnited aboardUnited
United States Minister Griscom Gri scam at Tokyo 1 ° ok o cables the State Depart Department Department Departmerit ¬
ment under todays date that Mr Washburn of the Chicago News Newsstates Newsstates Newst
t states that Hector Fuller the missing representative of the IndianapolisNews Indianapolis IndianapolisNews IndianapolisNews
News was arrested at Port Arthur on June 13 13LONDON 13LONDON 13LONDON
LONDON June 17 17A A dispatch from Tokyo this evening reports reportsthat reportsthat reportsthat
that Japanese Admiral Kamimura who is pursuing the Russian vesselswhich vessels vesselswhich vesselsw11ich
which sank Japanese transports in the Straits of Korea has haS caught up upwith upwith un unwith
with and sunk sunkone one of the Russian vessels off Shimane Ken on the north northern northern northem ¬
ern em n coast of Japan JapanRussian JapanRussian JapanI
I + Russian Relief Forces ForcesDefeated ForcesDefeated ForcesDefeated
Defeated and Cut Off
ST PETERSBURG June 17Gen nGeneral nGeneralIuropatkln 17GeneralICuropeikin ral ralKuropackin
Kuropackin confirms th tM report of the thaRussian theRuulain theRussian
Russian defeat dera d fetat t at Telissu eighty miter miternorth mllernorth milesnorth
north of Port Arthur He forwards the thefollowing lhefollowtng thef
f following report from General Stakrl Stakrlbtrg StaklIx Stakelbc
btrg Ix rs bled June Tun 1C lt + 1M 1 a m mI mI mI
I hAd intended yesterday ye trday to attack attackthe attRckthp attackthe
the enemys right r flank nk but just as a th thtioops the thetr theti
tioops tr OCII unsigned > d for Qr th the purpose were be beginning beglnnlnKCO beginning ¬
ginning glnnlnKCO to envelop the enemys fnem rtght the thaJaMtnse theialMIUM theraIaanert
raIaanert JaMtnse in n their th lr turn attacked tiacked my right rightwith rightwlth
4 with puperior forcer rorct > L I was W forced to tobring tobrJnl tobring
bring up all my reserves but they proved prov proved proved ¬
ed Insufficient In8um tfnt and I was wa compelled to tortre tortr tortreaat
rtreaat rtr rtre t by three thr < roads northward northwardOur northward northwardOur aortbwanlOur
Our dosses IOBJ H were heavy but are as asyet a ayet aPt
yet Pt unknown unkoown fully During Du th tM engage engagenrnt enemnt engagement
nrnt th the < Third and Fourth flatteries Batteriesrind flatteriesand JiftUerf
and the First Artillery Brigade w ware wareliterally ro rolitr 0 0IItf
litr literally rally cut to pieces by the Japaneseshelta Japanese Japaneseshells Japane e
shells I hIll Of sixteen sxt n guns thirteen Utlrt were wereabandoned wer werabandoned werey
y abandoned after being rendered com completely complettly completely ¬
pletely upeless
The The conduct ncJuct of the troops was excel xcel ¬
lent Ie a larg Jarge argapert part of them refusing refu lng to toretire toretire toretire
retire until u Ul after repeated orders ordrsAH ordersAJi ordersAll
AH the accounts a count received h here re of the tiiebattle t11ewttle thebattle
battle state tate that there was aII great onr onrnn onrJUure aatrnaee
nn JUure e When a Russian Rag was captured cap captured captured ¬
tured thirty thlrtyorftcer officers fell attempting to
defend it itTOKYO ItTOKYO itTOKYO
TOKYO June 17U Is the opinion
bore hor that the Russian dorsal doles t at Tollem Tellesun
finally n fly shatters 11IM tt any hope OJJe of relieving
Port Arthur by attacking General Gene 1 Oku
from tb tile northGeneral north northGeneral nqrthGn
General Gn < < > ral Stakelbergs force is I now re regarded rl rlIardt regarded ¬
garded Iardt > d a QJC being In a L critical position po ltlon as
General Kuroki is J able to throw west westward westwant t tanl ¬
ward anl from Siuyen sufllcJent 8umeJ nt troop to
Intercept his h retreat northward Therj Therjare 1hereare lher lherare
are rumors rurno indeed that such a move movement moypment morement ¬
ment is I already in progress progro and nd that it
is I far enough advanced to Insure sec secNIUCHWANG IAICoe sueoess
oe oess
oessNILCHWANG NIUCHWANG Juno 17 iIt It Is I reported reportedthat teportetlthat reportedthat
I that General Kurokls second division dlvl lon Is Ismarching I Imarc1a1ng Ismarching
marching in the direction of Kalehau to totako totako totake
tako the Russians In the rear
RUSSIANS LEAVE 500 DEAD DEADON DEADr DEADON DEADON
ON BATTLEFIELD OF O TELISSU
r
TOKYO June J 17 ttAJa An official report reportbas reportbasbttn ha habeen has hasbeen
been received rece d from rom TeHscu which 1 1about Is Isabout Isabout
about eighty miles north of Port Arthur Arthurand Arthurar
n and ar d easterly littterl from Fuchow betwe between o Wa Wafangllen Vaanthn Wafangtien
fangllen and Watangow covering ecw mg thetlghting the thafighting thetlghung
fighting on Tuesday Tu sday a and d y yesterday yelrddYThe yesterdayThe icrday icrdayThe
The Russians had two and a half ill 111VIions illvisions < 11 11irieions
visions on 1 hat h lI about iI ut SOW flit 1 oL high and andan analan
an 10 ilther i3 IJf i uf > f the t t1 e railway from Lung Lungwonlro11an Lungwonrfnliui
wonlro11an tQ Ta TalLarrshan liIhan
1
The Japftnoao Jap neo began by driving In an anadvance anadvance in inadvance
advance pest at Wafangtlen at S oclocl ocloclin ocloclIn oclockin
in th the afternoon of Tuesday Tu cad e After an anartillery anartillery anarUilery
artillery duel that lastod two hours the theJapan th thJapnneoM theJapansse
JapnneoM Japan occupied a line Un along the rail railway railway railway ¬
way between LuHgchUUnng and Yui Yuitun Yu Yutun Yuso Yusotun < >
tun U t sunset 8Uft et thnt day dot one column ad advanced lidvanced advanced ¬
vanced to Tengchlakau and Nachlalmg NachishngContinued N < ichlalirig ichlalirigContinued
Continued on Second PUge PugeI
I
THERY WINS 1NS CUP CUPIN CUPIN
IN THE BENNETT BEiETTGerman BENNETTAUTOMOBILE BENNETTAUTOMOBiLE
AUTOMOBILE RAGE RAGEGerman RACEGerman
German Emperor Spec Spectator Spectator Spectator ¬
tator of Sport at atHamburg atHamburg a t tHamburg
Hamburg HamburgAN HamburgAN
AN EXCITING CONTEST CONTESTGerman CONTESTGerman CONTESTGerman
German Chauffeur Reported Reportedto
to Have Ridden Down Downand Downand Downand
and Killed a Man ManHAMBURG ManHA1IBjRG ManHAMBURG
HAMBURG June 17 17Therythe 1rThery Thery the noted notedFrench notdFrench notcdFronch
French chauffeur driving a Rlchards RlchardsOraslor RlehardOraslor RlehardMOrasior
Oraslor car won the James Gordon Ben Bennett Bennatt Bennott ¬
nett cup race here today tod8 In the presence presenceof prcsenceot
of the Kaiser l Iser and the royal rO HI party partyWith Iart IartVIth partyWithi
With the Emperor In his pavilion wore worethe wr wrtho werethe
the Empress the King of Wurttrmberg Wurttrmbergthe Vurtt > mb > rg rgthe
the German crown prince Prince > Henry Henryof Hnryat Henryof
of Prussia Pru sla the Grand Duke Ernc Ern + tLouis t tLouis tLouis
Louis qf Hesse the Princess Prlnco s Joachim AI Albert AIbert AIbert
bert and Frederic Leopold of Prussia Prussiatiie Prussiathe Prussiatite
the Kaisers I lI ers sister Princess Margaret Margaretand lIargarttand Margaretand
and her husband Prince Frederic Frt > derlc Carl Carlof earlof arl arlof
of Hesee the Grand Duchess Ducht > 88 Anal Anastasla Ana Anata Analtash
ta tasla lp of MecklenburgSchwerin and her herson hf > r I Ison j json
son the reigning rel nlng Grand Duke Frederl FrederiFrancis j
Francis with his young oung wife the Grand GrandDuchrxs GrandDuchtSB GrandDuchess
Duchess Alexandra AlexandraIn AlexandraIn AlexandraIn
In Military Uniform UniformTliVj UniformrilJ UniformVies
TliVj Vies young royal ro < < 1 couple was married marriedlit marrl marriedat d d2t
lit Gmunden last week and are attend attending attendmg attending ¬
ing the race on their thetrnonemoon Honeymoon All Allthese Allthese Allthese
these royal personages per onages with their suite suitemade suitemade suitesmade
made a striking group in which gor gorgeous gorgeous gorgeous ¬
geous military miftsryuniforms uniforms were the most moststriking moattrfklQg moststrfklag
striking feature featureThe f ft4ttureThe ture ture1l1e
The Kftteer Kai er who arrived on the course cournof cou couor courseof
of the race soon after 6 oclock this thismorning thismorning thismorning
morning watched the progress Jrogre of the therace thenee therace
race with keen een and andunrmltUD unremitting interest in interest Interest ¬
terest Disdaining Dl dltlnbtg the luxurious luxurlo arm armchair armehalr armchair ¬
chair provided for his comfort he paced jmeedup pacedup H Hup
up and down his hl pavilion in hl hlachar hlacharacterhiD his char cheracteria characteristic ¬
acterhiD acteria acteristic I restless re Ue way w stopping t flplRg fre frequentno trequcnt frequent
qucnt quentno tt t > > exchange remarks with other otherro otherl
ro r al l l jiOrlons persons Wons around him himCourtesy himCourtesy
7 Courtesy to Americans AmericansAmerican Americansrlcan Americanserican
American rlcan < < Ambassador Tower All AITJfmour Allo Al Alamour
Jfmour amour o r and C G DInsmpre arrived arl1vedt errtvtllt t
Phe t e starting tar nc point tut Jn ora CJIU Ot ra flying Amerf Amerfjofcn Am Amalan Amed Ameda
jofcn alan a n flag ftI W 1 Tb fiie ie Sfcfcpflpor r invited 11 11amba8M1d1r theambeess the theamtmasttdlfrJUtl
amtmasttdlfrJUtl amba8M1d1r ambeess n IMr ltiirtltr trJ Atthofrr oft W ta the Imperial Im Imperial ImIKrtal ¬
perial b blJcTGilr edtrfeenppd drt Mr r d d etch with both b th of oftham q qthem ofthem
them at some length le gtlL Hte ranjeety ty M ales alessummoned 1 osummoned o osummoned
summoned the American Ditismore the theowner tbeowner theowner
owner of the Mercedes ear which wblchwon wblchwonUte wonthe won wonUie
Ute mo r rtce ce in 1WB to tli the imperuu box His Htemajesty Hiamajelt17 Hisniaiostp
majesty said saidI ld ldr
I consider co 8lder automobile races rae of this thhfIkind tblskInd thiskind
kInd useful u eful and beneficial They teach teachthe tcbu teachsite
the u mantes os of the people the possibili poulbllttie poasibilities possibilities ¬
ties tie of automobiles I am convinced that thatmotoring thatmotoring thatmotoring
motoring will prove to be the sole road roadtraffic roadtraffic roadtraffic
traffic of the future I bItJitVftheee bItJitVftheeeraeea believe these theseraces theseraces
races will make autos more popular
A rather amusing incident occurred at
til the starting point Prlnee Henry of
Prussia had taken a stand near the Im Imperial Imenl imperlal ¬
perial enl box to watch the start Some SomejKJlIeemen SomeJIQUeemen Somepiqilcemen
jKJlIeemen who were ignorant of his hi
Identity Idbnt1t ordered him to move and b btause be beeauso bemuse
muse hit movements were not quick quickenough quickenough Iuldctnough
enough < < handled hfndled him rather roughly roughlyExciting roUghlyE roughlyExciting
Exciting E citing Incidents IncidentsThe IncidentsThe IncidentsThe
The race was replete with exciting In Inciclents Incidents incidents
cidents Time and again collisions seem seemed seemod seemod ¬
od imminent Edge the Englishman Englishmanand EnI I5ngltshmanand hman hmanHnd
and Salleron the Frenehmbn raced racedabreast nteedabr8ftst racedabreast
abreast for twelve miles The Th road r < Htd at
the he point polnlwhere wherethe where the nip and tuck work workoccurred workoccurred workoccurred
occurred Is but twenty feet wide and andthe HOOthe andthe
the least swerve 8wervom mtMht mou lfht att collision ami amiannihilation auldannihilation amiannihilation
annihilation At last fF t alieron secured securedthe securedthe securedthe
the lend lendIt lendIt lend1t
It is reported that Jetruzy J J Z the Ger German German German ¬
man rider while leading In the auto autorace aulorace autorace
race ran over and k1 killed Ied a man along alon alontile
th tile route
Thousands of of Spectators SpectatorsNear SpectatorsXear SpectatorsNear
Near the starting line on opposite oppositesides oppo oppositesides tte tteakin
sides of the course the two grand grandstands IJUdand grandstands
stands and each accommodating acY mmoclaUng 5006 i were werepacked wertpacked werepacked =
packed with 1th mgur spectators 8IteCtB or and andtloo 30 30e 30more
tloo e mor more sightseers had assembled in the thegrand tbend thegrand
grand nd enclosure cIosure sfcc miles in circumfer circumference clrcumr clrcumrnce circumfwence ¬
ence nce in the vicinity of the Saalburg SaalburgThe SaaJburgTh SaalburgThe
The Th racers started stHrt d In the following followingorder followingorder followingorder
order orderJenatzy orderJenatz7 orderJenatzy
Jenatzy German Edge English EngH h Wer Werner Werner rer rernero ¬
ner nero Austrian Lands Italian Thery
French Hautvast Beglnn Begi ui Baron Von
Caters German Glrlinc Glrllft Snghan IOnsh n iirnun iirnunAustrian ilrauliAu lirauuAustrian
Austrian Au triAn Cagno Italian Jfci StJeron StJeronrench S aleron aleronh leron leronFrench
French h rench Vlglerti VI lerg Belgian BeIJdanOpel Opel Gman
Jlr Jimm rott English 1 ngllh Warden Vrdc troeit Austrian AustrianStorere AustrianStorere u trtan trtan8tor
Storere 8tor r Italian Roosler Ron er French and
Baron de ell Crawhez Gra whez Belgian BelgianDu BelgianDu rgtan rgtanDu
Du Faux the Swiss racer was com compelled compeled compeled ¬
peled to withdraw wit hdr w from the race be because oclAu because ¬
cause lAu e of a broken axle Opel the Ger German German German ¬
man was also 1 soon out of It as his axle axlealso axisailio axlealso
also broke soon after the start startThe tart tartI
The 1 he heO starting r arrangements a aapt were car carilttd carrI
rI ilttd I I d out O with wit I f mathematical = precision precisionap precisionand I
ap apt < l exactly at 83 8 31 the last car left the theSaaltnirK theaabu theSaalburg
SaaltnirK aabu The Th first racer to completethe complete completethe compleLethe
the first round was Jenatzy Jt > nHtzy the Ger Gertcf Gerurn Geeut
tcf urn n Who went over the course in one onehour onehour onehour
hour and twentysix twt > ntyx minutes after de deducting dltdvctfltgnftYMlx deucting ¬
ducting dvctfltgnftYMlx fiftynix minutes which hlch were weretost wereJ werelost
lost J t in the eight controls This would wouldmake wouldIMke wouldsnake
make his actual driving speed Jc > ed over oy amile a amile amUe
mile a minute minuteJonatzy mnut mnutenatzy minuteJenatzy
Jonatzy enatzy Still Ahead AheadJenatzy AheadJnatzy AheadJenatzy
Jenatzy also l 14 led d < < 1 at the th conclusion concuon of ofth otthu ofthe
th the second round which h lit completed completedIr
Ir I two hours hou and fiftyfive minutes minutesAt minutesAt minutesAt
At thc end of the th third round rhery Therythe rherythe rherythe
the Frenchman Freichman had wrested the lead leadfrom leadrom leadfrom
from rom the German and completed compl < < ffI the thethree thetnre thethen
three tnre rounds roun in four hours and twenty twentythree twentythree twentythree
three minutes ten minutes faster than thanJenatzys than1euatzy8 thanJeuatzya
Jenatzys time for the th distance distanceA dtlltan dtlltanA
A remarkable feature f ture of th the race was wasthe wa wathe wasthe
the absence ab e of dust du t all along the route routeRealizing rout routReaUztnc routeRealizing
Realizing that the dense cloud of dust dustwhich duatwhich dustwhich
which would naturally be raised by rac racers racer raeera ¬
ers er would vastly Increase the dangers dangersof d nlera nleraof
of the dangerous d < < ngerous course cour e the commit committee commltlce committee ¬
tee of management had the entire length lengthof I lengthof ngth ngthof
of the route together with branch road roadssprinkled roadsprinkled roadaprlnkled
sprinkled with a special mixture of oil oiland oUand oiland
and water at an early hour before the theraco theco therace
race co this morning Over 100 watercarU watercarUhad watercartshad tercarle tercarlebad
had to be b < < employed for thus purpose purposeand purpo purpoand purposeand
and the total cost of this precaution precautionamounted precautionamountd precautionamounted
amounted to more than 510000 510000Thry 10000Theny 10100T1tery
Thry beat Jenatzy Ten tzy by but a few mmutoa min minute minI ¬
I ute UtOD When hen he finished he was given givena
a rousing ovation several French ladle ladlenmong ladl ladlImong ladleamong
among the t ne spectator becoming 1 omlng so soI en enthusiastic enthueiastie ¬
I thusiastic th that t they lhf embraced and n l kli kissed klflMErlth kissedth ed edth
th < victor Thr TJ a Ki I Ita < sfr r summonrd < aJmna n l Th Thr Thrtu Thery Theryto ry ryto
to the t ht Imperial Imll rial box and cungrutula cungrutulaliim vnltratuitl cuniratuatedhim vnltratuitll1im
him
I Y 1 REPRESENTATIVE REPRESENT A TIVE DAYTON i I
a1ifJ a1ifJMEMBER i
MEMBER OF CONGRESS FROM WEST VIRGINIA VIRGINIARanking VIRGINIARanking VIRGINIARanking
Ranking Member of the House Committee on Naval Affairs and Prominently ProminentlyMentioned ProminentlvMentioned ProminentlyMentioned
Mentioned to Succeed Secretary Moody
1
I Qa DA DAYTON l URGED INKEDWest URGEDFOR URGEDFORMOODYS
FOR FORMOODYS MOODYS PLACE PLACEVest PLACEWest
West Variniiin irgin an Choice of ofISSUE ofHiS ofhis
HiS Senat l l f lC Co lea gueS gueSt tles tlesISSUE
t t tISSUE
ISSUE RESTS WITH HIM HIMIf
If Ha H Were Willing to Lease House HouseIt HouseIt HouseIt
It Is Said He HeWoullBe HeWoullBeAppointed WoullBe WoullBeAppointed WouU Be BeAppointed
Appointed AppointedAs AppointedNnlor
C
As senior member of the Naval > Affairs AftaJrsCommittee AttaJrsCommlttCeOC AffairsCommittee
CommlttCeOC Committee of the House HoWl Representative RepresentativeAlston RepreMDUtlheAlMon RepresentativeAlston
Alston Gordon Dayton Duton of the Second SecondWest Seeondrest Second1Veat
West rest Virginia district has been widely widelymentioned wkle1 wkle1metttioned wklelymentioned
mentioned M Mr Ir Moodya 1000 aucowaor 8UCC succar < eor at atthe atthe attile
the head of the Navy Nil NavyDepartment Department it is issaid illId issaid
said Id his lis appointment t would be dopedally dope especially C pc pcelaUyg ¬
elaUyg dally gttttlfyinf tCtltjln to the two Senators Senatorsfrom Setudorstrom Senatorsfrom
from Nest CiJt Virginia as a recognition ut uttheir uttheir
I
their States support of tho Republican Republicanparly RembUullIparty Ropublicauparty
party All the difficulty It is f8Mhl said restswith rests rsUwith resuwith
with Mr jfr Dayton himself who Is unwilltug unwill unwilling unwtllIDg ¬
tug to leave J4 ve the House HouseMr HouseIr HouseMr
Mr Ir Dayton was born in PhilippI Va Vanow Vanow I Inow
now West t et l Va > on October IS S 1K57 IN and andhas andluLs andhas
has always lived there He was grad graduated graduated graduated ¬
uated from the University rnlver tly ut 1 t West Vir Virginia Virgluia ¬
ginia 0 in 1S and was WA admitted to the tbtbar tb tbbar thebar
bar the following October OctoberIn
In JS7 1Sii he was W S appointed to tofltl 1111 out an anunexplrcd anunexlred anunexpired
unexplrcd unexpired term as prosecuting attorneyof attorney attorneyof Atlorne Atlorneot
of Upahur county count W V Va and four fouryears fouryeenl fouryears
years later was chosen ch < NKn to nit a like likeposition likeOI likeposition
position OI tSon in Barbour county that State Statefor State Statefor St te tefor
for the fouryearterm beginning begfnnl Jeana Janu January January ¬
ary a 1 l 1IIW tt He oJ was a elected elect Ieoetecl to the Fiftyfourth Fifty Fiftyfourth Itftyfourth
fourth fourth Congress and has h ll ben en returned returnedto r lurned lurnedto
to each succeeding Congress Congr since that thattime thatlime thattime
time live in all allWIFE aUWIFE allWIFE
WIFE SEEKS DIVORCE DIVORCEPLEADS DIVORCEPLEADS DIVORCEPLEADS
PLEADS NONSUPPORT NONSUPPORTAda ORT ORTy ORTAda
y
Ada W V Carr begun x > gun proceedings today todayin todayIn todayyin
in the Supreme Court through her at attoreiii atwren at attorch
toreiii Jess Jesse E Iotbury against her herhusband hrhUllQand herltuslland
husband John F Carr for an absolute absolutedivorce uMolutedivorce absolutedivorce
divorce in n which she names a core coreJpondent coreJpondent corespondent
Jpondent She alleges aU u that her husband husbandis husbandboeII
is a boss painter and contractor en engaged OAPSed ongaged ¬
gaged In business buln at 43s tJ Fifth Street Streetnorthwest Streetnorthwetll Streetnorthwest
northwest and that since Inct > their marriage marriageon
on September IE 1 d UK he has failed to toprovide toKOhle toprovide
provide KOhle for and an < 1 support u > rt her herAmong herAmong herAmong
Among the allegations alleged In the thesuit the8ult thesuit
suit filed Is an agreement by which the thehusband thehuabltnd thehusband
husband agreed to pay PM her a certain certainsum certainaum certainsum
sum of money while whl she wis sick Iek at atthe atthe atthe
the hospital but this she says ys he has hasnot haal hasnot
not t done deneJustice doneJustice
Justice StafTordhO St ffordh 0 HMFRRFRFR H IFRRFRFR RF RFUpon RFUpon RFUpon
Upon the ireucntatlon of the papers to toMr toMr toMr I
Mr Justice JuU < e Stafford a rule to show showcause showcau showcause
cause cau e was issued against the husband husbandrequiring huabRndrequlrinc husbandrequiring
requiring him to appear app tU In court and andshow an1show andshow
show It he had any reason rea on foe not pay paying pa palute paying ¬
ing alimony and counsel coun l fees tee to his hisWEATHER hi hiwlC hiswife
wlC wife
WEATHER REPORT REPORTTemperatures REPORTTemperaturM REPORTTemperatures
Temperatures have generally risen risenexcept risenexcept risenexcept
except along the Atlantic Coast and nd in intn Intn Inthe
tn the hortn i nrtnen plateau ulateauTh 111 plateauThe 18 U UThe
Th The weather will be generally cnerall fair to tonight tonht tonight ¬
night nht and Saturday In the JEast ast and andSouth andSouth I ISouth
South with rising temperature Satur Satuiday Saturday
day da It t will be still warmer wllrm r Sunday Suml In Inthe n nthe nthe
the middle Atlantic State StateTEMPERATURE Stat StatD StaterTEMPERATURE
TEMPERATURE I II
0 a m m
12 I noon noonp 7Y 7t +
1 p m 72 72p
2 p pm pmDOWNTOWN m 7t 71DOVNTOWN
DOWNTOWN TEitP5RATt1RE TEitP5RATt1RED TEN PISAATURE
0 a m 7f
12 1 noon 86
1 p m m mp t ql qlp < g
2 p m so soTHE SOTHJj3 e eTHE
THE SUN SUNSun SeNSun SUNSun
Sun sets today totiaySun t todaySun Ua7 7 7Sun
Sun rlos rbi tomorrow tomorro r > a A ATIDE 4Hj 4HjTIDE 4Z1 4Z1TIDE
TIDE TABLE TABLELow TABLELow TABLRLow
Low tide todny todnyHigh i I a m mHIAh mHigh
High tide tld < < > td t tl > 1iy ty 1111 p m mLow mI mLow
Low I ow tide tl E tomorrow t morrow55S 5 5S > s a m 612 1i1 pm pmHigh Im111gh pmHigh
High tide tI < 1c tomorrow tomorrowll31 1131 am a m mI
I
WITHSTANDS TWO TWOELECTRIC H HELECTRICSHOCKS
ELECTRIC ELECTRICSHOCKS ELECTRICSHOCKSItillire SHOCKS
h Itillire till1 e of Apparatus ApPlr tus in inMURDERER inr inaUib
r Q ltio aUib Pt PErnteIltiaal PErnteIltiaalMURDERER 1ite 1tia y yv yMU <
+ v
MURDERER MU DERER REVIVED TWICE TWICEi TWICEExecutioner
i
I I
Executioner Makes Three Attempts Be Before Before Before ¬
fore fore the Electrocution Is CompleteCurrent Complete CompleteCurrent CompleteCurrent
Current Turned Off OffCOLUMBUS OffCOLUMBUS OfCOLUMBUS
COLUMBUS Ohio June 17 171U1chuel 171U1chuelSchiller 17MichaelSchiller Michael MichaelSchiller
Schiller wife murderer withstood threecontacts three threecontacts threecontacts
contacts of eldctrlcty before beCoredeU death came cameto eamcto eameto
to him in the electric chair At 1O 1Ooeiock 1202 1202oclock 102octeck °
oclock in the presence pr soJIC of thirty thlrt peo people people ¬
ple Warden Hershey turned the electric electriccurrent electriccurrent electriccurrent
current Into l to tii Ute body of the laws victim vic victim Ic IcUm ¬
tim After the usual charge the current cur current current ¬
rent was turned oft Four physicians physiciansexamined phsiciansexamined physiciansexamined
examined him and he was officially offlclan de deThe declared declared
clared dead neatlThe deadThe
The spectators filed silently from the theroom thoroom theroom
room but but they tho had not proceeded far fardown fardown fardown
down th the corridor when Prison Phy Physician Ph Phtclon Physiclan ¬
sician Thomas called the warden back backSchiller buck buckSchiller bb lt ltSklller
Schiller had been unstrapped Ho par partially par parUan partlally = ¬
tially Uan fell over over and then signs of lrfewere Iffe Iffewere IfCoere
were ere seen He was straightened s up In Inthe Inthl inthe
the chair and began bE > glln to breathe heavily he vlfy
Saliva ran from rom his hi mouth and guttural gutturalgroans gutturalgroans uttur I Ir03nll
groans r03nll souadrd so o sadtd through throu h the chamber chamberchilling clfamberehllling clgtmberchilling
chilling the strongest IItrontc t men men to the heart heartTh hc heartThe rt rtThe
Th The executioner had signaled to the en engineer e egtneer engineer ¬
gineer in the powerhouse that all was wasover wasover wasover
over and the current was turned oar oarWhen off offWhen of ofVhen
When the physicians announced that asecond a asecond < l lsecond
second contact would bo necessary n neoea8ary CCe Ba 1 1prison a aprison aprison
prison runner run runner r was dlanMtched dlaIM tehed to the theengine th theosine theengine
engine room
Convict Revives RevivesFully R RevivesFully vives vivesFuny
Fully two two minutes minutes intervened In erveqed and in inthe inthe inthe
the meantime the condemned c nta man seem seemed seemed seemed ¬
ed to b be regaining consciousness coMct conaeh MasoeM At one onetime OROtime onetime
time h he appeared ap ared to throw thro back his hlschoo hlschooall head headas headas
as if making makln a desperate effort to talk talkThe talkThe talkThe
The current was again turned on and andi andat andat
at i 17 1286 th the hS vEtlm victim w was Sven given another anothershock anothershock
shock hoek Twice had 1789 volts < < J1l1 bt been n shot
Into him Again the party JHtrt Okd Okdfrom from tin tinannex Unanntx theannex
annex and were about to leave the pris prison prlaon prison ¬
on when Warden rarden Hershey was once oncemore oncfOmore oncemore
more summoned to the chamber cham er of
death Schiller had beet beet unstrapped and andwhen andwhen andwhen
when the body fell forward It was n net
limp as a in death H Hwns was picked un unand unand unand
and the third shock was turned on for
two full minutes mlnut and there was no fur ¬
ther doubt of Schillers death He was
literally roasted roastedROOSEVELT roastedREINSTATE roastedEI8TATE
REINSTATE EI8TATEU8EVELTffl8MI38E POllGEWIAN POUI1EMARetrial
I IRetrial
ROOSEVELT U8EVELTffl8MI38E U8EVELTffl8MI38EPOUI1EMA DISMISSED OI81I88EORetrial
Retrial After Five Years YearsLegacy Legacy of ofPresidents ofPresidents
Presidents Regime R gime as Police PoliceCommissioner PoJiceCommissioner PoliceCommissioner
Commissioner CommissionerXBW CommissionerBV CommissionerYPV
XBW BV YORK June 17 17Among Among seventy seventypolicemen soent2llIcemcn seventylollcemcn
policemen on trial before Deputy DtPu Com Cotnmtsstoner Commissioner CommhlSioner ¬
missioner Llmlsley Llndsle at police headquar headquarters htadqullrters headquarters ¬
ters wan fI William Imam W v C OConnor on a acomplaint acontpaJilt acomptalat
complaint made against aptn t him on January Janunr JanunrN
14 1988 1988OConaor 1 hi hiOConnor 1I 1IOon1or
OConaor was W S at that time attached to tothe tothe tothe
the Union Market station He was wascharged wascharged wascharged
charged with failing to patrol his pout poatproperly pO pOproperlv poutproperly
properly and with having lI been seen f fn in the therear th threllr therear
rear room of a laindry llllndr laa ndr Ho II was tried triedby trIedbr triedby
by the Roosevelt R eYet board and dismissed dismissedfrom dlbms dismissedfrom d drrum
from the force forceBy forceBy forceBy
By an n act of the Legislature OConnor OConnorgot Conner Connergot Connorgot
got a 1 ninal ra trial Pr 1tesialeut aiUeitt U toue < soveU velt tl tarn tnrng tarngnaia
g gnaia 11 < ip J1 an > r sSTud s1 n1 the ht > hill At t th tJ tla ntrhil ntrhilythterday CttrhdytItfrtay ra triii triiivarte
ythterday varte rday OVonnor en ornor was tiny rtnrJ I three days dayspay daspot daysyty
pay pot and was as Is i Unstated nln tatcd oil 1 > 11 the h torch
SAD SADJOURNEYS SADJOURNEYSTO JOURNEYS JOURNEYSTO JOURNEYSTO
TO GRAVE BEGINVictims BEGIN
tI f
tIVictims Victims of o Slocum Horror Horr r Buried urge Today TodayMournful TodayMournfu TodayMournful
Mournful Procession to Cemeteries C meteriesWill meteriesWillBe Will WillBe Wille
Be e Continued Contjnued Tomorrow an and Sunday SundayDIVER SundayI SundayDIVER SundayDIVER
I
DIVER REPORTS MANY BODIES BODIESIN BODIESWreckers
IN SUBMERGED PADDLE PADDLEBOX PADDLEBOXWretkers PADDLEBOXto BOX BOXWretkers
J
Wretkers WreckersIN to Lift L ft the the t e Port Side of of o the th t e Ves Vessel Vess VesselExpect ¬
sel s selExpect lEx Expect ect to Recover Many ManyBodies lany lanyt an
t Bodies o of the Dead DeadNEW DeaclNEW DeadNEW
NEW YORK June 17 17Another Another step toward the grave was made inthe In Inthe Inthe
the Slaourn SlQouiftragedy tragedy today todayFive tOdayFhe todayFive
Five hundred of the dead lie in their late homes shrouded and in incased incased incased ¬
cased for burial A few funerals will take place today The great bulk of ofthe otthe ofthe
the dead however will go to their last resting places tomorrow and Sun Sunday Sunday ¬ r rday
day
The stricken district is swathed in trappings of grief Black white whiteand whiteand whiteand
and purple crepe on the doors of hundreds of houses denotes the presence presencein presencein presencein
in these buildings of victims of the tragedy Hundreds or other houses and andstores andstores andstores
stores have been decorated with long wide streamers of black indicating indicatingsympathy indicatingsympathy indicatingsympathy
sympathy and fellow feeling of neighbor neighborGreat neighbonGreat neighborGreat
Great crowds are thronging through the district of mourning today todayMany todayMany todayMany
Many stop in houses of dead to pay their last respects respectsGREAT respectsGREAT respectsGREAT
GREAT MAJORITY IDENTIFIED IDENTIFIEDAt
At the morgue this morning the coroners list showed that 599 bodies bodiesbad bodiesbadbeen bodieshadL
bad badbeen been received The great majority of the dead so far recovered nave Tiavebeen bavebeen navebeen
been Identified and nearly 500 OO bodies had been claimed and removed by byfriends byfriends bySrrfends
friends friends or relatives relativesLess relativesLess relativesLess
Less than 100 bodies remained on the Bast Twentysixth Street Pier Pierat PIerat Pierat
at 9 oclock Scores of persons however were again at hand looking for fortheir tortheIr fortheir
their own owng ownIt owni
g i It is still extremely difficult to estimate the number of missing Some SomeJsoC Someor Someof
JsoC or the city cityoffcials officials stick sti k to the figures given yesterday that over 1000 have haveperished haveperished haveperished
perished which > hlch would show a missing list of more than 400 It Is be believed beIfe believed ¬
lieved Ife ed howeverythat this is an exaggeration and that when the story is isall isall isall
all told the dead will be found to number about 800 500DIVER 800DIVER 80QDIVER
DIVER SEES MANY BODIES BODIESJohn B BODIESJohnRice DIES DIESJohnRlce
John JohnRlce Rice a diver examined the charred hull of the General Slocum Slocumoff SIOlum1i Slocumoff
off Hunts 1i PointNthis Polnthis oi t this morning He reported r Dorted many an bodies In the be submerged gubmergedtpatl1 submergedpadddIe
tpatl1 faWiebor faWieborTHeiSen padddIe lo bo boti box 1 1TtiemeritoWhom
THeiSen TtiemeritoWhom ti n toJ to < wlioin hasTJ5en f i1r assfgneTPfihe asst sslg tiefhe a1fh argnisome g u leoine S J1e task of recovering recoveringbodies r recooerfn Coyerfi gbodies g gbodIes
bodies f fromthe from rom > the wreck and the waters of the Sound were at work wo R at an anearly anearly anearly
early hoar Bodies were recovered more slowly this morning The men menhowever menhowever menhowever
however will stick at their task for days to come comeThe comeThe comeThe
The wreck will be thoroughly searched today toda Wreckers at work WOt t onthe on onthe on onthe
the hull will try to lift lft the port side of the Slocum which Is resting in the themud themud themud
mud They believe many bodies will be found entangled in the port paddle paddlebox paddlebox paddlebox
box
S FAR FROM SCENE OF OFHORROR OFHORRORBodies HORROR HORRORBodies HORRORBodies
Bodies are now being recovered in the East River miles from thescene the thescene thescene
scene of the accident They have been carried there by the tides tid It is be believed believed believed ¬
lieved many victims will be so found foundScores foundScores foundScores
Scores jumped or were thrown from the steamer steamerinto Into the thechtnneI channel dur during duro during ¬
o ing the wild flight of the Slocum for the beach The majority of these thesebodies thesebodies thesebodies
bodies have drifted away with the current and will be picked up up miles milesfrom mIlesfrClm milesfrom
from the scene of the tragedy tragedyThe tragedyThe tragedyThe
The pier which has been converted into a morgue for a time was wasclosed wasclosed wasclosed
closed to all but officials This was done to enable attendants to embalm embalmbodies embalmbodies embalmbodies
bodies that remained on hand Decomposition has rapidly set in among amongmost amongmost amonggmost
most of the remaining corpses corpsesHOPING corpsesHOPING corpsesHOPING
HOPING AGAINST HOPE HOPEGriefstricken HOPEGrferstrkken HOPEGriefstricken
Griefstricken Grferstrkken searchers hang around around the building in hoj hQPes > es of hear hearing hearing hoarlug ¬
ing something of lost ones Mothers with babies in arms have been led ledagainst Itdagainst ledagainst
against the dock fences They stare with vacant ac t wondering glances glancesthrough glancesthrough glancesthrough
through the windows at coroners clerks working on the lists of Identified Identifieddead identifieddead identifieddead
dead as If waiting for some sign that would tell fell them of ortheir their missing missingThe missingThe missingThe
The unidentified dead have boon placed in two twp parallel rows rows OWS dower the thepier thepIer thepier
pier Two men were busy chopping ice all night to Co o be used for the preser preservation preseraUon preservation ¬
vation of the bodies bodiesWhen bodiesWhen bodiesWhen
When When an identification is made a a permit is granted to remove the thebody thebody thebody
body from the dock Long lines of black undertaker wagons are lined up upin upin upin
in the street leading to the morgue and all day < men arc busy carrying carr ng the thedead theleap thedean
dead leap < In boxes to the wagons The supply of coffins at the command of ofthedopartment ofthedopartment ofthe
thedopartment the department of charities is exhausted exhaust d and Commissioner Tulley has or ordered orderod ordorod ¬
dered that as a many as needed should bo bought of dealers dealersPresident dealersPresident dealersPresident
President Has H as Ordered OrderedBroad OrderedBroad OrderedInvestigation
Broad Investigation
At the Department of Commerce and andLabor andLabor andLabor
Labor this morning it was announced announcedthat announcedthat ulounatt1 ulounatt1thn
that thn t as > a treeult result of the loss of th the steam steamer steamer Meantcc ¬
er Slocum In Long Island Sound Sou by b fire fireand fileand fireand
and the consequent drowning drow lng and burn burnIng burnIng burning
Ing of nearly n rl 1000 people the Federal au authorities authDrltl authorities ¬
thorities thDrltl 8 Intend to reinspect every eer excur excursion eccurslon excursion ¬
sion steamer t earner In the country countr and put an anend anend anend
end to even the smallest evasions and andviolations andlolal1oos andviolations
violations of 6 the laws relating relat1n to the theprotection theprotection theprotection
protection of passengers passengersIt pteengeorIt
It was asserted by b an officer this ac action action notion ¬
tion Is taken because the worst viola vtoUlors violators 10101 10101tors
tors of the law are the owners and oper operators operators operators ¬
ators of excursion boats the vessels < < e > ela on onwhich onwhich onwhich
which human life owing to the crowd crowdIng crowdIng crowding
Ing in tt always In greatest jeopardy jeopardyThe jeopurdyThe JeopardyThe
The Investigation InvtJ UgnUon into the loss of the theSlocum UleSlocum theSlocum
Slocum and the probing Into the condi condition eonditIon eondttion ¬
tion of the other excursion boats was be begun begun begun ¬
gun today todn In Xew York Secretary SeeretAr Cortelyou Cor Cortolyou Cort
tolyou t IOu under direct dt ct orders from President Presi President Presldnt ¬
dent Roosevelt left for New York last lastnight lastnight lastnight
night and and under orders from the Sec Secretary Seerctar Secretary ¬
retary rctar Supervising Inspector General GeneralGeorge GeneralGegrge GeneralGeorge
George Uhler of the Steamboat Service Servicedeparted Servtcudoparted Servicedeparted
departed for the Empire City Clt this morn mornIng mornIng morning
Ing after making a number of sensa sensational sensational ¬
tional charges concerning powerful po political poUtle11 potitloai ¬
litical influences which in ip many man pases paseshe cases casesh oaseshe
he h asserts prevent the he enforcement entorc m nt or orthe orthe orthe
the safety laws and the collections of oftines ortines oftines
tines after they th have been Imposed ImposedThese Imposed10hese imposedThese
These charges c ftrget have i1a been b en brought to the theattention th thuttnttm theattention
attention of President Roosevelt RooseveltUiu Roosevelt UooMewaVn
Uiu uf the things In th tilt fcol oh Jum urn dis diststvr d disrstcr I Inr
tstvr nr vhlci whh has hu aroused in the mtll sn iiuuo ilalo
of the President Js J the charge cn that the thelife tMlife thelife
life preservers pr prp > 4ervers rvn were so old and rotten rottentliat rottentbAt rottenthat
that they sank carrying down d wn pas passengers p Iztssengeis UI UIsengers ¬
sengers sengers rather than buoying them on onthe unthe onthe
the surface Another othel is that the boats boatswere bckitsWN boatswere
were made fast with wire rop ropIt rope roreIt ropeIt
It was said hi tkte 11 morning monaln taut should shouldeither shouldeither shouldeither
either be proved pI8 the inspector who pus pusd pe peed pussd
ed d the vessel yes el will certainly ta1nly be lt removed removedfrom removMfrom rem vf > d dfrom
from office and probably punished punishedotherwise punblhedotherwt punishedotherwise
otherwise otherwt e for a dereliction ot duty that thatcost thittco thatcost
cost co t nearly neRrl a thousand livesThere lives livesThere U Urh
There rh re Is much feeling in the bureau bureauover bl bureauaver e U Uer
aver over er the loss of the Slocum s the om officers omcera omeera ¬
cers believe > that the steamboat inspectors Inspec Inspecthe hUlpectors
tors are In a way 8y as far res responsible un lhle for forthe forthe
the horror as the captain They Th say sayhowever ay ayhowever ayhowever
however that they make evr ovfry 1y effort effortto etlortto effortto
to enforce the law but thnt politics p p ditties > ltics in interferes Int interferes ¬
terferes t rerea Supervising Su nt tng Inspector In8 tor Uhlersaid Uhler Uhlersaid lhlersuld
said for example exampleWhat exampllat exampleWhat
What at Is the use us of having th the law lawgo la laThey lawThey
They no Ioqer ACt as a deterrent We Wego Ve
go out discover dl coYer a boat bo t with otter ttea life litepreservers lif lifpre lifepreservers
pre preservers ervors bad boilers and a desert desertother doa4 doa4other desertother
other the things which some a T = e is I opera oper operating operatng ¬
ating a qng in defiance of the law This is istha iapmBhed IsJnished
pmBhed Jnished b a heav heavy > line That is the thalimit thelimit
limit imit of our our powers Now what happen happensThe happenThe happenTbe
The violator of the law appears ap ar8 to a aSenator 3 3Senator aSenator
Senator or a Congressman and others othershigh othrscl othershigh
high in political cl authority t > The fine is isreduced isreduced
reduced I know of 01 scores of r cases s where wherefines wherefines e1 e1ftnes
fines have been reduced from rm 1000 to toO too
20 O and others from 3600 600 to 110 10 Th The rec records records records ¬
ords will show IIIho cases where tires uf L l
500 have been b > > en reduced to 1 1Dries 25 25Does 25D
Does D < E anyon1 An ln supra upp teas t 1 th t own ownr owner
er < r of f a biT hi xfiitvlon Irlon stvanvr tlm r rar < rS a for fortil Coril fortile
tile til il Jin r c di Itia 1 l lj t ijbJT Vbs t thO

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