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th authorities do not expect further furtherarrivals furtherariiva
arrivals The Japanese fleet which is issighted Is1gitd
sighted at intervals from Golden Hill HH1completely Hilltorpk
completely torpk ely controls ti the gulf and under underthe undertht
the imperfect polio system all in incoxrertf Intrer
coxrertf are ar treated treatdThe RS rpfr rpfrThe
The repair V th tl Russian fleet are areproceeding areTb
proceeding Tbi Tb oruiser Xovlk has hasbe baabetn
be betn n tiorked dotk d bur bu tli ti condition of t the thebatttaritip thehatt1ajp
batttaritip Gsarevtuh t 4 Rtvtan Rtvtanremain Hatv1antrnan
remain trnan unchanged Engineer say sayhnff aayhJt
hnff hJt fh > i < Retv1in will be floated in a ar
r 1 iv iay iayTh iayThi
Th official reports commend eoM1endtaji Can Cantai
tai taji i Esscn of ttie Nor NeYIk aad Captain CaptainJter captainJterIan
Jter JterIan ian of the cruiser Bayan fbr gal galJaiat gallant
Jaiat conduct oo a February 9 and Jndj Jndjtf iidatQ
atQ tf that is pite ite iftbe > f the salt act that ao aoTajttneea fluJaaiiec
Tajttneea looses Io sae were reported the RuB RuBDied Ruajlans
jlans did eo aznaa aznaaDod
Died Like a Hero HeroV Berok4ptan
V k4ptan iptain Stephaiioff Stepliaoffeormnand who mis fcr fcrcommand
command of the torpedo transport transportYetUtti tranortYettki
YetUtti iwhttb bib wa w reported to have have1WD
1WD O ttlWB MP Jf Cro W aecJdeiftiU eon eonta eonta
ta < t srith ih a muv > is i declared to have havenei havt1eL
nei 4 a heroic death in trying to save his hisCl
Cl 1 < W
Shippers WShippers ipper are of the th opinion that the theharbor thearbu1r
harbor arbu1r of Dainy will be unsafe for foryenrs forto
yenrs to com on M account of stray straymine straytnir1et
mine tnir1et fjona the te Yenisei pome of which whichar whichare
are ar < repQrtfcflJjy the last merchantman merchantmanarriving erehhtmflnrrivi
arriving nrrivi at Port Arthur as drifting in inthr intmu
thr open sea seaThe seaI
I The Xoynif Nnvilul I bas s suspended publica publication publicatln ¬
tion tln and only fl1 issues bulletins bulletinsThe bulletinsr
The r city is darkened every night nightbut nightbu
but bu Viveroy AlexiefTg house is lighted lightedalthough lightedalthrh
although th the people understand that tfefthf thatb
b hf > is at Harbin General Vlakoff is 1 in inrotnmaml IIIiiriiianil
rotnmaml of the noncombatant fOrce fOrceatlinrhlwv fOreHiirl4ii
atlinrhlwv Hiirl4ii General Lanovisch Liaovlsckand and Von VonT VastTuttvitei
T Tuttvitei > ntt vitch are re at Lao Tang about abouthaf aboutway
haf way between New Chwang and andMttkdcn andMflkthn
Huoatan u flans flansWhen 1aats 1aatsWhen
When the Tenth regiment Is near nearKiooow nearKIInW
Kiooow the Ninth regiment wr ar X4au L1Urhng X4auOhlng
Ohlng and the Twelfth regiment near nearLiao nearTAa
Liao TAa Yang it it Is intended to oontmenee oontmeneea
a i simultaneous 8IflUItaIieOU8 march toward the Yalu Yaluriver Yaluriver
river While Major General Pfiug is isadvancing 1 1dvnthig
advancing the troops from Mukden 10 10thVaiu to tothtCJSWw
thtCJSWw he trfll at the saw sawntos t > hi hirncnIng
rncnIng ntos Ula center tpd pd pdpazta M J > re refend
pazta fend the r r4at Ar < KWI R hiwl a th ththelrTtiBpYOMredness the theNoiI1
NoiI1 suit lit fo Tb TbauUu1t4re
auUu1t4re Od1 OS OStheir
thelrTtiBpYOMredness their flpr prednsa to rush reinforce reinforcement re4stCoreenientm ¬
ment nientmAn
mentAn An enormous consignment of artil artilry artil1ry
1ry > ry is reported IQ be en route from fromT fromTuisIa
T TuisIa issla and It is mid without hesita hesitation hesitaI ¬
tion I ion that there were not over 125000 125000troop IZL000t
troop t rnaee hvacaachuria and at Vladivostok Vladivostokvhe V1diYotokwhn
vhe the Os war began beganThe beganrhe
The administration authorities of ofPort ofPort
Port Mttr afewrt Mert that th tbe Japaaeso Japaaesohave Japan Japanhave
have landed in Korea only onlyAlt onlyo11IVITY
Alt M1 fheGteat the Great 3owers PeweraPreparing Preparing For ForPossibilities PorPoesibilities
Possibilities PossibilitiesStockholm PoesibilitiesStockhobn
Stockholm Sweden Feb 20 OUn OUnusaaL Un UniuH
iuH usaaL alnaal 3at and military activity is isGifj isdi14sd
Gifj di14sd jr d Jn connection with neutrality neutralitymeasures neatrlitiineure
measures the Vbeeoaat coast artillery has been beenordered beenrdered
ordered to tobe be hr readiness warships are areing areeing
> eing ing sent to Gothland island and the thecoaet theroast
roast defense battleships and torpedo torpedooats torpedoHata
> oats hav been ordered to be prepared preparedfor
for active service serviceLondon rIce rIceLad
London Lad n Feb 20 20Count Count Bencken Benckendorff Benekendorft
dorff the a Russian ambassador left leftLoiMion leftJu
LoiMion Ju n t4dY o ay f er r St Petersburg The Theofternoon Thenfteriop
ofternoon paper made a sensation oat oatt outtf
t tf > f hh departure Connecting with withrumor withru
ru rumor that the cur was displeased displeasedith dIepleedvith
vith ith his hi ambassadors at t Washington Washingtonand
and Liondon and id with his minister at atTokio atThkI9
ThkI9 Tokio owing to the recent turn of ofFveiwts ofveatg
Fveiwts veatg aad 4 out of haseleas mmon of ofthreateahtg ofthreateqg
threateahtg uropean trouble troubleHas troableaas
Has ICo Significance SigniflcaneeThe
The Russian embassy said positively positivelythat positivelythat
that Count Benckendorft had gone to toSt toSt
St Petersburg for three days to bid bidfarewell bidfarewelt
farewell to hte h son who is going to the thefar thefar
far east with his regiment The em embassy embasey ¬
bassy added that the ambassadors ambassadorsjoumej ambaeaadorsJourney
Journey v was a in no way connected with withhis withhis
his pofiti po4t1n m as ambassador b0iiador The for foreisrw Sotelga
eisrw ofHo here edeflrms this thisThe this1hd
The uneasiness exhibited on the con continent eonnent
tinent nent in regard to the possibility that thata
a EUTCIean Kurci an war may ensue from the thetruggk thetruggk
truggk in the far east to not shared sharedby sharedby
by Great Britain No power has made madesuch madeucb
such ucb complete naval preparation and andevery andevery
every contingency and yet nowhere is isconfidence Isconfidence
confidence greater that the hostilities hostilitiesmay hostilitiesmay
may be confined to Russia and Japan Japanthan Japant
than t it is in I n London The naval and andmilitary andintfltry
military preparations announced from fromcontinental frontconUneistl
continental capitals tia are regarded here hereas boreas
as being mere comtnonsense measures measuresA measareswhich
which A hfek antf an jwr power r must adopt adoptIt adoptMoiUy
MoiUy ftumora ftumorait
It is also thought that the lull in the theactual theaetpaj
actual war news has led many Euro European Europealt ¬
pean correspondent to employ their theirfpare theirpare
pare tbtot in exaggerating the conti continental continetital ¬
nental action and in applying such sucheteps suchsteps
steps as iMttre been actually taken to torcneotu tocroneOufi
croneOufi < rcneotu motives The la 1atest test of these thesetht theaelhst
tht Oreat Britlan intends to seize seizeSp seizeplnish
Sp plnish inish fiorts iorts in the event of war has hasnot hasnot
not even the semblance of probability probabilityThe probabilityThe
The Associated Press learns that a athf ath4
thf pfCMnt moment Spain and Great GreatUrtai IreatThtaIn
Urtai are on the verge of concluding concludingun
un n arbitration treaty and that in other otherways otheraTe
ways aTe their diplomatic relations are areIOMT arelese
IOMT lese than they have been for years yearspast yearspitit
past pastAt pititAt
At th the Spanish tmbas embasty y hers it i t was wasn wasrr
> n rr phattcafly derlaretl that the move moveni
ni I eei Bt of Danish anlmh troops were simply simplyiirqauttens sinplylflSUt1S
iirqauttens that all nations must mustlake mustakewhea
lake akewhea wlwa erne of the great powers is islit istMved
lit aivesl to war At the foreign office officeii
ii 1 mL t tt tfeft Spanish anish embassy the belief lieliefis
is i S entertained that no other European Europeanl
l ren will be involved I n rved least of all allSpttb allptth
Spttb wMeh has no direct or indirect indirectAB ladireetjniWiNSt
jniWiNSt stake stakeAflthe
AB Aflthe the rumove the foreign office officed
i d that European complications are aresigM arein
in sigM Mre re quite baseless baselessOftejal
APr APrBuj
Buj Oftejal Aecmint St tha1eatz tha thaSt
1eatz Preia Preiat
St t Ptterbtlrg t torsburs Feb 2r 3SA A Russian Russianaci
aci dtert of the ercnis immediately pro prcc protb
c ifft C th rjlitttrt zhr with Japan is pub publu pubIie
lu i iii the Ofliiial Messenger today todaywh todayw
wh w she he object of rectifying certain certainnts certainfrom
nts from Japanese sources In Inurount Ittth
th urount it i stated that on r rr rfi >
fi t r I the tat 1at Japanese proposals profosaten
38 n 16 l the government Immediately ImmediatelyIjr
Ijr ir < > tded to examine the Japanese de deminis doflutL
minis and anoaIan on Jan 25 5 M Kurino the theJapanese theJatieae
Japanese minister was Informed in re reto ropl
pl > to i his inquiry that the czar had hadcntuied hadefltused
cntuied the j > r ropos1Is > posi ls to a special specialconference speciale0nfrenee
conference th the members of which whichw whichWUltI
w WUltI uld meet Jan 28 and that his ma maJwtys maip1tys
Jwtys decision would probably not be bepivvii begit
pivvii git ii before Feb > 2 On the last named namedrtat named1a
rtat 1a Emperor rsicholas ordered oedert the thef thepr
f pr r > p jration > ration of a draft of definite ir irttructions i ittuczion
ttructions to Baron de Rosen the Ku KuKian hue hueiati
Kian iati minister to Jai lalan an based on th thdeIbt thdflwrationa
deIbt dflwrationa rations of ihiy tii confereiu Oi OiFeL ii I IFeb
Feb > v IdfcriticalVelegrams Identical elegrarn wer > S sent < MU to toTlctroy Litkiroy
Tlctroy Alexieff and Baron d Rosen Rosenoontalning tosuienntatning
oontalning the text of the draft of a aproposed aprpoed
proposed RussoJapanese agreement agreementrtth agreementwiii
rtth wiii it a full stiaitement of fh0 th reason reasonWhich reasonstjll
Which tjll promptd Russia to modify the theJapanese theSaane
Japanese proposal and general in inrtu Ini4ttutiOflS
i4ttutiOflS rtu < tions to Baron de Rosen oncern oncernmp nzicefniflr
mp the presentation of the reply to the theJapanese theapnese
Japanese apnese government governmentSftply governmentleplr
Sftply W5 Was Sent Sent7riLy SentrrLyeiht
7riLy rrLyeiht eight hours before thf th irf ipt iptof
of iht news of tb rupture Foreign Mla Mlatslfr Mm Mmislet
islet Lamsdorff ioufied M Kurino of ofth ofth
th > dispatch of th Russian reply On OnFtb OnFtb
Ftb 5 Viceroy AKxieff notified the thefoffign the1ottgfl
foffign office of f Baron de Rosens re receipt yeeert ¬
ceipt of tb the refly On Feb 6 at 4 p pm pin
m M Kttrla < > anile unfxp unexpctetjIy unexpctetjIyhandd Htedy Htedyhanded
handed to CoBJU Iattn Lamdrff d > rff tvo t vo rotua rotuaneiifyinjr rtt ± a anoUfying
neiifyinjr him of the rapture of diplo diplonuuic diplo7flItiC
nuuic relations and adding that he M MK MK
K rino and his staff would ieave eave Si SiPi StPitiburg
Pi Pitiburg fif burg Feb 2f 2 These notes were werea
a < i rriiii nrnhd d by a public loiter frnra frnraJf fr4Im1t
Jf KnriJio to fount Lamsdorff expre expreiU cypress cypressiL
iU liiv ii ° > e that tue ruptur of f rela relaii ¬
tions tiofl would be confined to the shortest shortestpossible shorteErossIbIe
possible time limeapen timeJapan
Japan apen Responsible ResponsibleOn
On the same day Viceroy AJext MeaIeff MeaIeffBaron ff ffBaron
Baron de Rosen anti all the Russian Russiani Russianlepresrnta4irs
i iepreaetitatlvs at P > jkId kTaf IXfltr P kio and andi
the capitals of the great powers were wereItfOrmed werethfornied
ItfOrmed 6y Urgent te1eiiboor telegrams of the therupture theIrupture
rupture of relations and of the Issue of ofan ofan
an imperial order withdrawing the theAtismah theBitedf
Atismah Bitedf k ention ation from ffii Pokie amiTbiy1 amiTbiy1tag aniyifl
tag ifl nJapan ih r rpens1iIIty poneTWHto t t aft aftiattiiqnMfces atazng
iattiiqnMfces flu azng lMg Tft Thp r dominant cpmmenlratioo dominantcation
ratioo aeaciud oO5eiitss oO5eiitssAthoigb g f
Although the bf brekM eakiiig at f diplo diplomatic dtPIOmatl ¬
matic relations by b na iQSftts implied impliedthe Impliedthe
the olpeiilng eing of ho tfHt tfa Japanese Japanesegovernment Japaneseas
government as 4arly rIt 4 t tjt night of ofPeb
Peb 3 b 3n4 4 anjd dudnxr 7 J and 10 com committed corninitted ¬
mitted a whole series of revolting at attacks attacks ¬
tacks on Russian warships and mer merchaentment merchantment
chaentment attended by viehitien of Internationsi In International ¬
ternational law The decree of the em emperor emperor ¬
peror of Japan aon decaying w wxr r was wg not notGEOSS pottuect
tuect Unti Tab 11 11BXAGGERATION
Story of o 00 Prozeu ErozenBussiaz HwssianiB Had Hadt
t L Idtl3e foundation foundationSt
St Petersburg Feb sL VfKA rf efr efrenc4 r rsin
sin enc4 to the efM rof JIAMt th thRussian tee teeRussian
Russian troop at Lartte Baikal I3 I one re retost reoIt
tost oIt saying 8aylit that three regiments were weredrowned weredrWbed
drowned while attempting to cross the theicecovered theicecovered
icecovered lake it is explained thai thaithe thathe
the transBaikal line was blocked at atthe atthe
the Baikal station during the night of ofFeb of1
Feb itlwan 1 Thy an av av1anobefscw anQhr of 5WJw which whichfell whichfell
fell from a neighboring mountain A Atrain Atrain
train having troops on b6ard dashed dashedinto danbedInto
into the obstruction the locomotive was wasderailed wasderailed
derailed and in the succeeding five care careone earsone
one soldier was killed five were severe severely sevbrely ¬
ly injured and fourteen Wei ser slightly slightlyb slightlyjTraMe
b rt jTraMe Traffic was expeftad to be re resumed resumed ¬
sumed the following day dayFurther dayFurther
Further advices from Port Arthur ArthurTS ArthurtXidey
TS tXidey > day gay that allltha ILtheojNn wonn and cWl cWldran CMIdtan
dran and moat of the 2110 yile citizens citiaenzhare citizensbve
hare left that place ana practically practicallyonly ptacticai4yonly
only the gateo yatoain yatoainWave renit1IWave
Wave of Patriotism PatriotismTh
Th Jrave of t patriotism VAepins wheptngsits VAepinsover
over ihe ieem mpir pineto s ems to Ije b swamping swampingracial agntpIngrciaI
racial feeling even the Wild ld tribes of ofthe ofThe
the Cj8 fesssi a ta < the he disoontentdd FInns FInnskn ians iansaaces
kn Pi fopgetiijg tjielrgr1ev tjielrgr1evauces
aaces and coming forwaVif > to volunteer volunteerIhelr volunteertheir
their serrices to the common father fatheri Latherland
i land A An instance of devotion among amongthe amongthe
the czars Hebrew subjects is afforded affordedby affordedby
by the act of fortyfive Jewish doctors doctorsin I Iin
in throwing up their practices to go to toUie tothe
the front Before leaving leav1n they attend attended ¬
ed a service held in a synagogue here hereRabbi hereRabbi
Rabbi DaMn made a fervent address addressto
to a large congregaUon which included includedBaron IncludedBaron
Baron Ginsberg and other Jewish no notables notables ¬
tables He said saidOur sakOur
Our fatherland Is passing through througha
a difficult epoch Th moment has come comewhen contewhen
when you my brothers must show the thewhole thewhole
whole world that yon are not notiinwortky notiinwortkysot unworthy unworthyt
t sone sot of your country and that although althoughstanding althoughstanding
standing apart before the altar of re religion religion ¬
ligion you are united wfth other citizens citizensbefore citizensbefore
before the altar of patriotism pntriat and are areready areready
ready with all the oars faithful lieges liegesto
to sacrifice yourselves or the father fatherland fatherland
land Remember that Russia is strong strongi trongnot
i not only in arms but in Gods bless blessings blesshugs
hugs ingsAfter hugsAfter
After the services the congregation congregationsang
sang the national hymn The czarina czarinawho czarinawho
who continues to take great personal personalinterest personalInterest
interest in the work of providing for the thesick thesick
sick and wounded of the war presided presidedtoday presidedtoday
today at a special meeting of the In Indies a aj
j dies patriotic society Which was at attended attended ¬
tended by several grand duchesses and andothers antiethers
others of the highest ladies i lie the land landi landand
i and presided at a service held at the thewinter thewinter
winter palace at which the girls of the theimperial theImperial
imperial schools acted as Choristers ChoristersCzarinas clieristersCzarinas
Czarinas Proposal ProposalDuring ProixisaLDuring
During a dlscueBton inregard n regard to util utilising utlIlung ¬
lung the serviced unsparingly offered offeredthe offeredb7
b7 the girlhood and womanhood of Rue Russia Rueala
ala for the relief of the wounded the theczarina theczarina
czarina proposed temporarily to sue suspend suepond ¬
pond the studies in the f gvld ls schools schoolsin
in order that the girls might be aMe to todevote todevote
devote the school hours wiwa to Dewing The Thei Thesuggestion
i suggestion was applauded T but ut no dod definite dodflue ¬
flue action was taken Her majesty majestywho majestywho
who s an expert needlewoman has hasdone hasdone
done much to encourage sewing among amongRussian amongRussian
Russian society women womenNow womenNow
Now that the government has offi officially eMdaily ¬
daily recognized the public mhcrip sabsesiptloit mhcriptkm
tkm to t provide war vessels to replace replacethose replacethose
those destroyed by b the enemy the thei thenewspapers
i newspapers ar are discussing the best type typeof typeof
of vessel opinion veering from sob sobmarine submarine
marine boat to torpedo boat destroy destroyj
j ers A service organ gan points out that thatcruisers thatcruisers
cruisers would take too long to bund bundadding buildadding
adding that it prefers powerful torpedo torpedoboats torpedoboats
boats and suggest that tfcey be built builtwhere builtwhere
where the Japanese got theirs theirsFiuaaciai theirrFiiaaeta
Fiuaaciai circles approve tha action actionof
of the Imperial bank in ip setting Lon London Loudon ¬
don Paris and Berliq bills cheaper than thanbefore thanbefore
before the war believing this meassire meassirewill meaoirewill
will thwart the speculators In those thosecenters thoscenters
centers where they are trying to farce farcedown farcedown
down the price prlceot of the rouble roublePANIC roublePANIC
Stock Gamblers Push War Soare For ForAll Pc PcAll
All It Is Worth WortfcParis WorthParis
Paris Feb eb 28 20IVIM T71M eajcjtment pre prevailed provailed ¬
vailed on the bourse today to4 A the re result resuit ¬
suit of the startling coaWftdictory co tindlctory re reports toports ¬
ports concerning possible world compli complications coinphtcation ¬
cations growing one of the war These Theserumors Theserumors
rumors included the prospective mob mobilization mobiIizatIon ¬
ilization of the German and Irrench ar armies armica ¬
mica The evening papers also said saidthat saidthat
that serious influence was exercised exercisedi
i by the report of dlfiteuttios between betweenthe betweenthe
the Vnlted States and Russia in conr conrsequenre con consequence
sequence of the refusal of Russia to togrant togrant
grant an exequatevr to Mr Morgan as asUnited asUnited
United States consul at Datay DatayFinanciers DainyFinanciers
Financiers asserted the i nsorket arket was wasfn wasIn
fn such sensitive condUioa that th thwildest the thewildest
wildest rumors were ta t iieu on up and andmight andmight
might lead to sertouc compiicadone compiicadoneThe
The financial authorities claimed that thatnot thatnot
not since 1882 iss has a scene occurred o cutred oa oathe onthe
the bourse lAke that of today Almost Almostfrom Almostfront
from the opening the tjte leading securit securities securttlee ¬
lee began to fall Trench rmiee were wereparticularly wereparticularly
particularly aected Russian Imperials Imperialsalso hnpertaisalso
also dropped as did other foreign foreignbonds foreigzheeds
bonds bondsDuring heedsDuring
During the early hours heavy depre depreciations depreelations
ciations occurred on all jsldes 4es te 1lug 1lugup di g
jup up tb brutal sacViftces ssth1 of vaJufcSpanish vaJufc ttlPsSpanish
Spanish rentes rent were eajrtclally af affected affectod ¬
fected by I the great confusion which whichprevailed whichiseyiled
prevailed over the fears o of International Internationalcomplications Internationalcomplleatios
complications This stlttfc was aggre aggrevated aggrevated
vated during the chwtft hl hoiu flr and the theexcitement theexc1emeuthijeh
exc1emeuthijeh excitement whjch apidtated to a panfe panfewas pealewas
was redoabjed Fftttcfe Spanish psnish and andTurkish SXldrTurkish
Turkish rnwtf rn wcfe oozed amid aipiti a agreat agreat
great uproar At the done O4 the mar market mao maoket ¬
ket was very agitated Raoslan Im Imperial unperliti ¬
perial 4s closed at 90SS e Bio tintos lost lestfrancs
29 francs francsTh francsTb
Th < > private rate of discount was
2 716 16 per cent centof centCAXhfOT
lunstane Qitleved Ovir t4ie Attliud Attliudof
of the United Statw StatwChicago StatseChIcago
Chicago Feb 29 Uflua Hiiaaia will look lookon luokon
on the present attitude o the United UnitedStates tnitedStaLes
States toward her a adivine adivine
divine juutic hocac hocacthe nOt kenU kenUthe
the api aais eal fr rpf tb i Bool iioem for help helpduring helpduring
during their struggle sthe against Great GreatBritain GreatBritain
Britain said Baron IStigftB ttni Dp Per Feruen Person
son a Ji sian nobteraa coucm of ofBaron ofBaron
Baron g SchlippenlAch Russian Rtusiaaconsul Russianconsul
consul atJSA atTIicago icaso who is here on a avlsJt avlit
vlsJt vlsJtTime Time and again continued the bar baron baror ¬
on did President Kruger appeal to toRussia toItusala
Russia for tympathy and hfp against againstEngland againstEngland
England and a as oflst4d t iii Russian Russiangovernment Russiangovernment
government refuse to aid tho t Boers BoersIn Beersin
In the conquest of the PhlHppines by bythe bythe
the United States no vtote ote bt protest protestwas protestwas
was heard from Russia But when whenRussia whenRussia
Russia Jjeaceably occupf s Manchuria Manchuriapouring Manchuriapouring
pouring millions of roubles Into the thedevelopment thedevlopmcat
development of the country UK j its itsgreat itsgloat
great resourclB does the UntWd States Stateshold Stateshold
hold aloof from our affairs No There Thereis
is devetotm in the United States a agreat agreat
great interest hi the preservation of the theintegrity theintegrity
integrity of China Protest otent Is Biude to toRUM3ta to1tu14315
RUM3ta RUM3taIt 1tu14315It
It i most iueoHpr iteoiapteheujbe heH9ible i > us
Russtena fy thjft the Ui UjWd d States xyhom xyhomw
w h hato V SwagfiB J9 jted ed upxfh uoi as asour asourCrfend Your Yourieed
Crfend shosfd s hO twr tVrtgalnll agalns ilm ilmI tlmiBATx
iBATx iBATxWhy
I Why the Russian Squadron Was Not NotOrdered NotOrdered
Ordered From Jlbutil JlbutilParis JibutliPatio
Paris Feb 30 2Gxchanps Bxchanges of corn cornhave communisattons
munisattons o a friendly olmranthr olmranthrhave
have eoeurrod between France anfl anflJapan aatJapan
Japan with respect to the thestay stay of the theRussian theRust4an
Russian squadron at Jibutil JomGli JomGliSom FICnChSontsilaad
Sontsilaad Som Mla d France did hot hesitate to tointake tomake
intake make a complete explanation of her herreasons herreasons
reasons for not ordering the Russian Russianships Russianships
ships to depart and it te Id Slid in a re reliable reliable
liable quarter that this explanation explanationwas
was thoroughly satisfactory to the theJapanoeo theJapanese
Japanese government The frankness franknesswith franknOswith
with which the French government governniantdealt governmentdealt
dealt with the question was gratifying gratifyingto
to the Japanese diplomats and It is isasserted Isasserted
asserted that there te no reason to be beMeve beHeve
Meve that any friction will arise be between betwep ¬
tween the two countries regarding the theincident theincklent
incident It is now explained that thatFrances thatFrances
Frances neutrality instructions while whilecontrary whilecontrary
contrary to a previous statement made madeon
on the same subject specifying the thelimit thelknit
limit of stay as twentyfour hours dif diff tilLfirs
f firs B from the English neutrality laws lawsin lawsin
in that this provision IB hedged about aboutby aboutby
by various conditions which enable ex extensions cxtensions ¬
tensions of the time during which a abelligerent abelligerent
belligerent may remain in French port portLoyally portLoyally
Loyally Neutral NeutralFrance NeutralFrance
France seeks as she has told Japan Japanand Japanand
and the other powers to maintain an anattitude anattitude
attitude of loyal neutrality and has no nointention noIntention
intention of departing from this policy policyBut policyBut
But so far as ordering the Russian Russianships Russianships
ships to leave Jibutil this has not been beendone beendone
done as to have done so o would have havearoused havearoused
aroused the French people whose sym sympathy zyrnpathy ¬
pathy with Russia at first luke warm warmhas warmhas
has becom exceedingly keen and this thisJapan thisJapan
Japan and certainly her ally do not notdesire notdesire
desire The officials aleo say that thatFrance thatFrance
France showed her fairness toward towardbelligerents towardbelligerents
belligerents during the Spanish Amen American Amencan ¬
can war when an American auxiliary auxiliarycruiser auxiliarycruiser
cruiser tried to make a repair In the theFrench theFrench
French West Indies Spain then en endeavored endeavored ¬
deavored to have the cruiser compelled compelledto
to leave forthwith but I the French Frenchauthorities Frenchauthorities
authorities did not require a rigid en enforcement enforcement ¬
forcement of the regulations reguI tIonsand vand the thecruiser thecruiser
cruiser was permitted to renialn until untilher untilher
her repairs were completed It is isclaimed 15claimed
claimed that this American precedent precedentjustifies precedentjustifies
justifies the stay of th tha Russians in inJubltll InJubitil
Jubltll JubltllIt
It is recognized in diplomatic circles circlesthat circlesthat
that the Jibutil precedent may become becomea
a serious one for France especially i ia IC ICa
a Japanese squadron attempts to come oometo cometo
to the Atlantic to operate against the thej theRuealans
j Russians in the Balkans BalkansVICKSBITEG BalkansVICKSBUBG
United States Warship Emended 2Jo 2JoAid o oAid
Aid at Chemulpo ChemulpoSt
St Petersburg Feb 20 20The The refuaal refuaalof ref anti antiof
of the commander of the United States Statesi Statesgunboat
i gunboat Vicksburg to unite with the thecommanders thecommanders
commanders of other foreign warships warshipsI warshl warshlat
I at Chemulpo to protest against the thelighting thelighting
lighting there on Feb S which resulted resultedin
in tie loss of the Russian warships warshipsVariag warshipsVariag
Variag and Koreitz and the fact that thatthe thhtthe
the Vicksburg did not take on board boardI boardany
I any of the surviving Russian soldiers soldiershas soldiershas
has created much unfavorable public publiccomment publiccomment
comment here The foreign office how however however ¬
ever shows no disposition to criticise criticisethe oriticisethe
the commander of the Vioksburg and andadvanced andadvanced
advanced the suggestion that ha might mighthave mighthave
have been restrained by the belief that thatsuch thatsuch
such action might constltutfe a a breach breachor breachof
or neutrality neutralityA
i A Russian correspondent of the As Associated Assedated
sedated Press at Port Arthur reports reportsthat reportsthat
that the steamer Shilka Captain Kos Kosturin Kosturin
turin left Vladivostok Feb 3 i and ar arrived anrived ¬
rived at T Thu u Shims x Japanese Island Islandnorthwest islandnorthwest
northwest of Nagasaki Feb C Here Herethe Herethe
the steamer was seized and without withoutexplanation withoutexplanation
explanation taken to Nagasaki bay bayThe bayThe
The Japanese passengers were landed landedbut landedbut
but Captain Kosturln successfully op oppoed oppopo4
poed the landing 0f the Chinese pas passengem peassfttewiqwere
sengem ssfttewiqwere wtiQ were bouridv bauflttkr fcf Che Feo FeoHe Fee
He avers that the Japanese sailors sailorsplaced aaiIotsplaced
placed on board showed lack of dlsci dlscir disciplipe
r pllne and lounged and smoked on onboard onboard
board in the ladies cabin until he or ordered ordined ¬
dined them them on deck deckWant deckWnt
Want to Tight Tighti EightGrand
i Grand Duke Alexis aiid Grand Duke Dukei DukeConstantine
i Constantine uncles of the czar have haveI hitweasked
I asked his majestys permission to go goto goto
to the front frontIt frontIt
It is 1 said here that Viceroy Alesleff Alesleffwill
will 111 exercise general supervision over overthe overthe
the naval movements In the far east eastCount eastCount
Count Kutaissoff war governor of ofIrkutsk ofIrkutak
Irkutsk has returned to his post to tohasten tohasten
hasten the forwarding of men and war warmaterials warmaterials
materials across Lake Baikal BaikalIt
It is reported here on good authority authorityj
j but th the report lacks official contirma contirmai rontirmatktn
i tkm that all the steamers of the vol volunteer volunteer ¬
unteer fleet are to be armed armedSEerohaut armedrtterohant
SEerohaut Ships Warned WarnedThe WarnedThe
The ministry InIUI t17 of finance has warned warnedUie warnedthe
the Russian Merchant ships to remain remainsouth remainsouth
south of Shanghai as the Japanese Japanesehave Japanesehave
have a squadron composed of one bat battleship battieship ¬
tleship two first and two secondcisss secondcissscruisers secondchessetulsers
cruisers and eleven torpedo boats oft oftAraoy offAmoy
Amoy China for the purpose of inter intercepting Intercepting ¬
cepting merchantment merchantmentA m rcbantmentA
A dispatch received here from Hat Harbin Hatbin ¬
bin Manchuria dated Feb 2D says the therailroad therailroad
railroad is in working order an and < that thatthe thatthe
the Japanese who attempted to blow blowI blowthe
I the Japanese bridge over the Sungari Sungaririver Suiignrlriver
river have been hanged Bonds of ofChunchus ofChunchus
Chunchus bandits have been ob observed observed ¬
served under Japanese leadership and andare andare
are being pursued Almost all civilian civilianInhabitants civilianInhabltnts
Inhabitants at Harbin have left and andthe andthe
the remainder of the th population is isquiet Isquiet
quiet The movement of o tioops is cans causj canslag
j lag heavy traffic onthe railroad railr ad All of ofthe ofthe
the Japanese laborers on the railroad railroadfled I ¼ illretdlied
fled an the Chinese laborers have re returned returned ¬
turned to work after their new year yearcelebration th thcelebration
celebration celebrationSPAIN celebrationSPAIN
Another Complication OomphicationGrowthg Growing Out of ofthe o othe
the Oriental War WarMadrid WarMadrid
Madrid Feb 20 20Two Two remlments Of Ofinfantry ofInfantry
infantry at San Sebastian and two tworegiments tworegiments
regiments at Pampeluna are held in inreadiness inread
readiness read to t slart ata or the BjUarJa is islands Islands ¬
lands war Minister Linares has also alsosent tls tlssent
sent a circular to the mllltrry author authorities authorItles ¬
ities ordering the recall of all soldiers soldierson
on furlough and to retain with the thecolors thecolors
colors men whose service terminates terminatesMarch trrnlnatesMreb
March 1 These measures caused e1ed con conaAdercfble Coni4deible
aAdercfble excitement which tvus not notdiminished notRmhisbed
diminished by b the rumors which con
tinned to circulate in spite of official officialdenials officialdenials
denials that this military activity was wasdue wasdue
due to a warning from a European Eur9peppaer Europeanpower
power to the effect that in the event eventof eventof
of a continental war Great Britain in intended Intended ¬
tended to seize ports on the Spanish Spanishcoast Spanishcoast
Will Try to Starve the Russians Eusiiiu at atPort atPort
Port Arthur Into Surrender SurrenderSt
St atetenirare 1eteribnz ffisbv y A lota 1at di dipateh dIi dIipntek
pateh fHHn Port Portthat ftnfouriole ftnfouriolethat
that by order of YJceroi 1Cer Afesleff I x1e an
ItresuUir volunteer corps Is being beingraised letngraised
raised to defend the fortress The men menWill menwlil
Will be provided by the al ifrfth ifrftharms Wftharms
arms rations and the neeft noagrycloth noagryclothlug ary cloth clothing ¬
lug It is thought the dfepaftiU adcftd adcftdthat addbdthat
that Japan regards foodstuffs can cansigned cansigned
signed to Port Arfliur as afigolutely afigolutelycontraband abioiuLeh3tcontraband
contraband of war and that she will willundertake willundertaite
undertake to compel the enpCEulaiion enpCEulaiionI
I 1 Port Arthur br b a siege tfegeBESTS siegeBRSTS
Consul Could 2ot ot Be Protected Prote ted at atDalny atDalny
Dalny DalnyParis a aParis
Paris Fb J inTho Tha Eantps sn1i sn1iom niI niIuiflcish
om uiflcish ial quotes qbt e a high KugAan autiimi autiimiIty tttlioi tttlioiity >
ity as follows followsAlthough followsAlthough
Although the United States Irishes Irishesto
to stnfl a consul to Dalny it la tortaln tortalnthat ntain ntainthat
that the Russian government aVpili aVpilican aliihcan
can jifdge rbether it i Is desirable tIe tcfifssue tIesue
sue an exequatur tv to that effect I 1t Is Isnecessary Is11cstIT
necessary to 4inember that while vhil
5IancuH belongs to China Russia Russiaholds Thjssiaoids
holds oids Port Arthur ann Dalny Dalnyunder under a alease alease
lease from fro the Chinese government governmentThe
The war was commenced by Japan Japanwhich
which pfactieaHy has established a aState aate
State ate of siege AVlfeoa ttO5 point pelats What is isinora Iszpore
inora natuesl tbMn that the laws of ofwar ofW8F
war shoutd shou1db e exfeended to thogft tipoijts tipoijtsand point pointand
and that the authorities should refuse refuseto refuseto
to graxt aa exequatur to a foccigrn foccigrnconsul foclgpconsul
consul If Jt pleases the tTiift tI11L44 4 State Statet Statesto
t to ask atc China to Issue exequaturs f9r f9rconeuht f0rconsuls
consuls at Mukden and Antunf It i itheir is istheir
their right to de so But the actual aotualsttuatkm actualsituation
situation confers UJOB uponus uis certain certainrights certainnlhts
rights Manchuria being the th theatre theatreOf tre treOf
Of war occupied by ito and recognized recognizedby
by tin United State Stateand and other powers powersas powersotttsble
as outsfcd of the t3lift hhiese e zone of ofneutrality offleutraUty
neutrality it is for our military militaryauthorities millturTauthorities
authorities to Judge the question of re receiving nOcalving ¬
calving these ooniuJS cIu oven if jChina jChinagrants Chllfltigrants
grants them ex extOrs iffiturs I do not notknow notkpow
know the dftefslon of Viceroy Alexleff AlexleffPUt Aixlodbut
PUt they the military authoritla authoritlafree are arefree
free to take any action they wtshi wtshir wtshiSPAHT w1shSPAIN r
obilizatidn of Troops Going on onWith onWith
With Grsat l Thfry ThfryPa ury uryParis
Paris Feb LTbe The officials here hereprofess hereprefee
profess not to jknowt know the cause of ofSpains ofSpains
Spains hurried mobilization of troops troopsbut troopslint
but nnnffldal Information shows that thatthe thatthe
the mobilization is going go1l on vrith ftb the theutmost theutniost
utmost fury with a special view vje of ofprotecting ofprotecting
protecting the Canary and Balearic Balearicgroups Baledricgroups
groups of islands Large forces of in infantry Infntry
fantry cavalry > and engineers haveai haveaiready have aJ aJreadr
ready beenJta been Assigned rned t cooperate cooperatewith cooperatewiththe vith viththe
the navy na in the defense of the islands islandsand Islandsand
and coast of othianiainland the mainland of Spain A Aprominent Aprominent
prominent offictei said saidThe sakLThieamobiIlzation
The ThieamobiIlzation mobilization is probably duo to toa toa
a scar scarO similar to that which Spain ex experienced cxperienced ¬
perienced when she expected xpeetedRenr Rear Ad Admiral Admimi ¬
mimi Watsons fleet to attack her hercoast hereot
coast coastHtarever eotHpever
Htarever the authorities here are areawaro areaware
aware that Spain is suspicious that thatthe thatthe
the present war may lead some powers powersto
to attempt to secure strategic positions positionsn positionsnear
n near ar Gibraltar British and French Frenchnegotiations Frenchnegotiations
negotiations concerning northern Mo Morocco Morooco ¬
rocco opposite Gibraltar have been beengoing beangoing
going on for the last year and Foreign ForeignMinister ForeignMinister
Minister Delcasse recently told one of ofthe ofthe
the ambassadors that a settlement settlementseemed settlementseemed
seemed as far off as 5 ever He also alsosaid alsosaid
said he believed Spain foresees Rus Russias Russins ¬
sins present extreme need of coaling coalingstations coalingstations
stations between the Baltic and the thefar thefar
far east eastThft eastThe
The financial dangers attending the themobilization themobilization
mobilization were shown today in the thecomplete thecomplete
complete demoralizations of Spanish Spanishrentes SpanlEhrentes
rentes on the bourfeei bourfeeiBound bouiitelBound
Bound For Suez SuezIsland SuezIsland
Island of Perim Feb 26 OA A squadron squadronof
of warships passed here at midnight midnightbound midnightbound
bound for Sues It was believed to be bethe bethe
the Russian squadron recently at Ji Jibutil Jibutil ¬
butil French Somalfiand SomalfiandIt
It was announced from St Peters Petersburg1 Petersburg ¬
burg last night by way of Paris that thatthe thatth
the th Russian squadron recently at Jibu Jibutil JibuUl ¬
til had been ordered to return to Cron Cronstadt Cronstadt
stadt stadti
i Report Declared Absurd AbsurdParis AbsurdPai
Paris Feb 20 20The The foreign office hr hrdeclared bore boredeclared
declared to be absurd the report circula circulated circulated ¬
ted In New York to tothe the effect that 60000 60000Japanese 6OOO1panese
Japanese troops had been concentrated concentratedat
at the Island of o Formosa with the in intention intentlon ¬
tention of invading the French posses possessions posdosSitlnIt ¬
sions in the th far oast at in case of France Francesiding Francesiding
siding with Russia against Japan JapanJapan JapanJapau
Japan Is Willing WillingWashington WillingWashington
Washington Feb 20 inJapan Japan ban ac acceded no noceded ¬
ceded to the request of this government governmentto
to be allowed the privilege of o sending sendingmilitary sondthgipihitary
military observers with the forbes in inthe Inthe
the Held the general gen ral staff today de designating tieSignating ¬
signating four officers for this purboee purboeeas
as follows Colonel Crowder judge ad advocate advocate ¬
vocate Captain Marsh and Captain CaptainMorrison CaptainMonleon
Morrison of the artillery and Captain CaptainKuhn CaptainKuhn
Kuhn of the engineer corps corpsTo corpsTo
To Avoid Avojdp Clash C1asbPJrg
v vPki
Pki PJrg g Feb 29 20The The diplomatic b bed bedXr 3y 3yer
Xr Xra er efFprew todaU In dtrder to i oW oWa
a clash between the Japanese and Rue Russian Rueelan ¬
sian legation guards their respective respectivecomfnaaders respectIvecosnptandere
comfnaaders have agreed not to give givethem givethem
them leave of absence on identical identicaldays Identicaldays
Honey For Bed Cross CrossI CroesVitebek
I Vitebsk Ruoeia Feb 20 OThe The die dissoAtars diesosgasu
soAtars and the orthodox population populationof
of this city have joined in enthusias enthusiastic ¬
tic ttenHmsfxationg for the crown and andhave ualhye
have showered money on the Red RedCross fledCross
Cross movement movementStudents movementStudentsArousad
Students StudentsArousad StudentsArousadRigs Aroused ArousedRiga
Riga XtMsaia Feb 30 OThe The Baltic Balticprovince Balticprovince
province students have Just conclud concluded ¬
ed patriotic demonstrations which whichlasted whichlasted
lasted for three days with a procession processionto
to the governors palace in which they theycarried theycarrIed
carried patriotic banners bannersJaps bannersraps
raps Excited ExcitedSeoul BxcltadSeoni
Seoul Feb 20 2OJapnese Japanese fugitives fugitiveswho fuitlveswho
who were maltreated at Port Arthur Arthurarrived Arthurarrived
arrived at Chemulpo yesterday and the thereport thereport
report of their flltreatment has cre created crefed ¬
ated fed great greatexcltement exdtenjent among the sol soldiers aolthen ¬
then here hereNo hereNo
No Private Telegrams TelegramsKabarovsk TelegramsICabarovek
Kabarovsk Siberia Feb 30 20Fellow 20Fellowt Follow Followingorders ¬
ingorders t orderS issued by Viceroy Atexiaff Atexiaffno
no private telegrams will be accepted acceptedhere acceptedho
here ho
Work of Grand Jnry in Connection ConnectionWith ConnectionWttlt
With Iroquois Eheatra Disaster DisasterChicago DisasterChtesge
Chicago Feb 20 20The The special grand grandJury grandbury
Jury summoned to investigate the Iro Iroquois Iroquote
quote theatre fire completed its labors laborstonight laborstonight
tonight by voting indictments against againstfive againstfive
five men and no bills against four fourothers fourother
others The formal report of the jury jurywill jurywIll
will not be made public sblIc until next nextTuesday nextflodn
Tuesday flodn Those who were indicted indictedaro indictedwilt
aro aroVffl
wilt Vffl J Davis part owner of the Ire Iroqoote Ireqpoia
qoote theatre Thomas Noonan busi business ¬
llO ness manager of the theatre and andJames andJame
James E Cummings stage carpenter carpenterafl
afl ofwhom aVe ie charged with man manslaughter manslaughter ¬
slaughter George Williams city citybuilding citytildtng
building commissioner and Edward EdwardLaughlin RdwardLaughlin
Laughlin city building inspector inspectorchanged inspectorcharged
changed with culpable omission of of ofJlcial offetal
fetal duty in office offlceNo officeNo
No Mile were voted vOid against Mayor MayorHarrisoa MayorUzrrisea
Harrisoa Fire Marshal Muahman MuahmanFlrotnaa MuzhmttnPrehian
Flrotnaa WMltstn H Sellers Sellereantj and Wil William WIl11am ¬
liam McMutlen operator of the flood floodlight floodlight
light which set fire to the asbestos cur curiaw curtlu
Dofoaee Selies Upon Good Character CharacterKansas CharacterTestimony
Testimony TestimonyKanas
Kansas City Mo Feb 0k A special apeclalto
to the Star from Norton Kansas de deJndteW ajps ajpslay
JndteW F Hbnlif1n Hbnlif1ndy
lay for te defenoe in 6ie trial of ofChaancey ofGbauncey
Chaancey Dewey and his cowboys 3fle 3flearide Mciitde
aride and fll Wilson charged with the thetmtnler thdiirtier
tmtnler of Burchard Berry said that thatlintel thatIanlsI
lintel P PBerry Berry had told him that he hefolded he1ttded
folded 1ttded to kill Dewey and that he heaiij ie ieths
aiij ths y went ajaned ajanedHc S Saorc
Hc aorc ercamp who lived near the Dew Deway Dewor
ay ranch said that Dan Berry had In iniflOl
1801 told him that Deweys cattle hat hatgene ha4 ha4fcne
gene into his cane and that Chauncey ChaunceyDewey ChaunceyDewey
Dewey hud paid him for the cane de destroyed dostroyed ¬
stroyed paying more than it was waswtwth waswinFtil
wtwth wtwthOthers winFtilOthers
Others testified a na to the good char character charucter ¬
acter of the defendants defendantso
o cs > o i iKeoord IBaoord
Keoord It ItWhen ItShn
When the Otntury Owl has laid 4U 4Uai itseggs
ai eggs ai and tlieiryoui shall jotve fve died dlodf diedor
or > f old age It will still be on our tee
I rdi if he dont pay Merchants Pro Protectlve Proteetive
tectlve association scientific collectors collectorsef
ef bati ba deHs Ton Top hoer Commercial Commerciallr
° ° lr Frtiptls Vr nrlo ft U T Iuke lo kneral 1 1UOIit Man
UOIit Jifct US
5 5Wilt
Will Notten iFalk Upon Pan PansumTreaty PanS
S sumTreaty sumTreatySPOpER aina Teaty
S S ATrsL ATrsLWitshsp
Witshsp i b2iA b2iAG
G r PattS1Qa4 the t todul Oo Ootiered
tiered the Brlntlng 6f a atatemgrtt by bythe b7the
the Western Federation of Miners tel relative telat4ve ¬
ative to the labor troubles in Colorado Coloradoand d lonedo lonedoand
and in reply to the statement of the themine themine
mine operators of that state which whichhas whichhas
has already be been n printed The docu document docutnent ¬
ment also was referred referr d to the com committee cornmittee ¬
mittee on judiciary having under con consideration conSidOlatlon ¬
sideration air Patt4ront resolution resolutionlooking reoltttionlooking
looking tp aft investigation of the Cole Colorado Coleiado ¬
rado troubles troublesThe troublesThe
The Panama canal question was wasthen wastliett
then taken up and Mr Morgan spoke spokein
in opposition to the ratification of the thecanal thecanal
canal treaty He said this would be
his last speech on the subject subjectMr subjctMr
Mr Morgan urged that the treaty treatyshould treatyshould
should be so amended as unequivocally
to permit the Intervention of the Unit United United ¬
ed States in Case of necessity He Heurged Heurged
urged urged as a a reason for this suggestion suggestionhis suggestionhs
his opinion that ultimately Panama Panamawould Panamawould
would drift beck into the union un1o with withColombia lth lthColombia
Colombia unless held in leash by thiscountry this thiscountry
Congress Not to Blame BlameMr BlameMr
Mr Morgan declared that the vote voteon voteon
on the treaty was being unduly hast hastened hastcued ¬
cued and asserted this thishaste haste to be due dueto dueto
to complications with the new Panama Panamacanal Panamacanal
canal company Mr Money in a aspeech aspeech
speech saidr sni lr Whatever broken faith faithor
or blighted honor attaches to the court country courttry ¬
try was not brought on by the Demo Democratic Democratic ¬
cratic party neither te either branch branchof
of congress responsible The censure censurebelongs censurebelongs
belongs to the administration and its itssupporters itssupporiers
supporters as they are accessories aft after af t tor ¬
er the fact factMr factS
S Mr Money declared that the presi presidents presidents ¬
dents course in violation of interna international Int rna rnational ¬
tional law had been such as to render renderit
it indefensible He was sure that this thisand thisand
and other acts of the United States Statesin
in connection with the Panama revolt revoltwould revoltwould
would deserve and receive the censure censureof
of history But bad ae our course had hadbeen hadbeen
been in Panama he said that it was wasno W8no
no worse than our course in Hawaii Hawaiiand Hawaiiand
and the Philippines had been He also alsocontended alsocontended
contended thatthe that the president had been beenwrong beenwrong
wrong in his recognition of Panama Panamabut Panamabut
but concluded that as he had given it itrecognition itrecognition
recognition it was established and its itsrights itsrights
rights as a nation fixed and this status statusbeing Statusbeing
being fixed the new republic had a aright aright
right to enter tate the treaty treatyMoney treatyNoney
Money Will Obey ObeyMr ObeyMr
Mr Money referred to the action of ofthe ofthe
the state legislature of Mississippi re requesting requesting ¬
questing him to vote for the canal canaltreaty canaltreaty
treaty saying that that request had as asmuch asmuch
much influence with him as would a acommand acomrnapd
command commandMr
Mr Spooner resumed the speech speechwhich speechwhich
which he had begun Thursday last lastHe lastHe
He said that if the United States bad badabandoned badabandoned
abandoned the treaty the French gov governmant goverttnant
ernmant would have assumed our re responsibilities tosponelbhhitiee ¬
sponsibilities which this nation would wouldnot wouldnot
not have tolerated Mr Zpooner pooner de declared dedared ¬
dared it to be strange tha thavmen fmen who whohad whohad
had spoken with such feeling of the thecondition thecondition
condition of Cuba before the Spanish Spanishwar Spanishwar
war should not have had a word to say sayfor sayfor
for Panama PanamaS
S In resrKinse rotitOfltO to a question from Mr MrTlllman MrTiliman
Tlllman MrSjK Mr Spooner > oner defended the or orders orders ¬
ders of the government of the United UnitedStates UnitedStates
States prohibiting the landing ofHroops ofHroopswithin ottruupstcithht
within fifty mites bf f the canal Mr MrTlllman MrTilIrnan
Tlllman said that the United Statesnever States Statesnever
never would have interfered in Pana Panamas Panamas ¬
mas affairs if the canal had not been beeninvolved beenInvolved
involved and Mr Spooner replied that thatthe thatthe
the president bad obeyed the acts of ofcongress ofcongress
congress in all that he did didCompliment didCompliment
Compliment For Tillman TillmanThe TilimanThe
The president Mr Spooner con contended contended ¬
tended had every reason to believe that thatthe thatthe
the government of Panama was stable stablefor stablefor
for Columbia without treasury or ornavy orna7
navy and with a small army and no nomeans nomeans
means of reaching Panama could not notbe notbe
be expected to be very formidable He Hesaid HeiId
said that if the South Carolina sin senator sinator ¬
ator had been in Panama he would wouldhave wouldhave
have beeen the chief conspirator there thereMr thorfr
Mr fr Tlllman replied that his antagon antagonist ¬
ist had paid him a great compliment complimentMr
Mr Spoofier retorted that In making makingthis makIngtble
this admission Mr Tillman was con conceding conceding ¬
ceding that all he had himself con contended contended ¬
tended tendedMr tendedMr
Mr Tillman would not however ad admit admit ¬
mit that he had any high regard for forthe forthe
the Colombians I have called em a amangy iimangy
mangy lot he said and the senator senatorfrom senatorfrom
from WiscoEoin has made em out a amangier amangler
mangier lot than I have haveMr haveMr
Mr Spooner then entered upon a dis discussion discueston ¬
cussion of thequestion the question of the benefits benefitsto
to be derived from the canal the presi presidents prealdents ¬
dents right torecogaize and Colombian Colombianownership olomblan olomblanownerShIp
ownership of o property in the Panama Panamarailroad Panamarailroad
railroad and Panama canal under pres present preseat ¬
eat conditions On the last named namedpoint namedpoint
point he took issue with Mr Morgan Morgancontending MorgancontendIng
contending that Colombias ownership ownershiphad
had passed with her sovereignty sovereigntyBight sovereigntyBight
Bight of Secession SecessionReferring SecessionS
S Referring to the presidents course courseMr courseMr
Mr Spodner said that no one need roll rollunder rollunder
under his tongue as a sweet morsel the thecontention thecontentIon
contention that in recognising Panama Panamathe Panamathe
the president had committed himself to tothe tothe
the secession of the southern states stateswhich stateswhich
which wa waP he said an entirely differ different differeat ¬
eat matter That would do for Confed Confederates Confedorates ¬
orates Daughters meetings but not for forconfederate forconfederate
confederate veterans themselves themselvesMr
Mr Culberson asked How about thj thjpresidents th thpresidents
presidents Capon Springs saeech saeechMr sneechMr
Mr Spooner declared that the doc doctrine doetrine ¬
trine of secession in this country had hadbeen hailbeen
been sufficiently covered by Daniel DanielWebsterreirty DanielWebstarareisty
Websterreirty to Hayne to render It Itnecessary itnecemeaty
necessary to go into that question questionMoreover questionMoreover
Moreover theAmerican secession had hadfailed hadfailed
failed failedBut failedBut
But asked Mr THlman would we wehave wehave
have failed if we e had had in France or orin orl0nglan
l0nglan L ing ftId like Panama bad badInthetaltod
in Inthetaltod U e United State to keep you people peopleaway peopleaway
away awayMr awayMr
Mr Snoyner poflercenc1ded concluded at 528 20 p m mThe inThe
The senate then went into executive executivesession executivesession
session and at 637 27 adjourned adjournedGALES
tfneasy UneasyPeeixt leeling Regarding the Safety Safetyof
of Vessels VeasslsSeattle VesselsSeatue
Seattle Wash I eb h A speciai speciaito speci speciS
S to the Post iatelligweer from Skag Skagway Skagway
way says On the Tst of the month a afcr aCtrri
Ctrri fcr rt wind began blowing from the Uiei thenorth
i S north at Sk Sktway gway and the next day dayi daythq
i the gal gale raged at the summit Tile Tlewind Tilewind
wind has not gince nce subsided and there therehas thereI
I has been a continuous storm raging ragingon
on the Lynn cntrel cntrelThe cna1k
k The AI Bl I I lt tt Juneau on the af after afternacn ter teraoon
aoon of tih ITtft or pr Skagway and has hasI
I not ken beard from since While it itIs ItIi
Is believed that she is anchored in inshelter inabetter
shelter the th agent of the company is isfeeling isfecUtig
feeling uneasy about her heri herThe
i The Bamona after lying at Juneau Jnncaufor JuneauS
S for twentynine hours on account of ofthe ofthe
the weather left there for Skagway at att
7 t oclock this fttcfning The compa companys compaflys ¬
nys agent says that she will undoubt undoubtedly undoubtetily ¬
edly seek shelter and that her arrival arrivalmay arrivalS
S may not be expected until after the thestorm theI
I storm abates regardless oi how long longit
it mayi ma oontinjif oontinjifCONSUXi odfltftueCONSVT
Washington Feb 20 OTha The pr prtoday preldt preldttoday
today sent to the senate th follOwIng followblgretrinatioii follOwIngI
I retrinatioii retrinatioiiConsul nominatlohI
I Consul ConsulFred Frod P I Fishor of o1 Qregop QregopI rsOtt
I at Tttnlsul FrUltZL S
Time Ripe For the Chastise Chastisement Chsise ChsiseS Chsisenientof ¬
S ment nientof of Bulgaria Bulgariai BulgariaBALKANS i I Ii IBALKAWS
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5 Jgaiia Rar Rob 29 20Almost Almost with as jpee jpeejttteutldn pee peetttOiitiOn
jttteutldn tttOiitiOn as they a are giving the tlu Bus BustsnJapanese ThissIguJanese
tsnJapanese jvar var the French author authorities authorhUes ¬
hUes are watching events in th Balk Balkans ¬
ans 15 From Bulgaria assurances have havebeen havebeen
been received that she does not pro propose propose ¬
pose to take any measures to precipi precipitate precipitate ¬
tate war and most of the loaders of ofthe ofS
S the recent insurrection have indicated indicatedtheir indicatedtheIr
their purpose to see what the reforms reformswill reformsuIll
will accomplish before renewing the therebellion therebellion
rebellion in Macedonia Moreover it itis Itis
is not believed here that the Mace Macedonian Mmcedonlan ¬
donian committee has as much money moneyas nioney nioneyas
as heretofore with which to carry on a aconflict acolifilfit
conflict fevertheleas if i Is well un understood Understood ¬
derstood that Rtttisfaa preoccupation in inthe Inth
the th far east greatly increases the thechances thechances
chances of war in the Balkans Tur Turkey Turkey ¬
key declares she proposes to scrupu scrupulously serupulonsly ¬
lously carry out the reforms Imposed Imposedby
by the powers but a high higliTurkish Turkish of official offIcial ¬
ficial here today said the attitude of ofhis ofhis
his government must necessarily de depend tiepond ¬
pond on the attitude of the Made Maoadonfcins Madenians
nfcins and Bulgarians BulgariansDisguised BulgariansDisguised
Disguised as Turks TurksWe TurksWe
We know he said that the Mace Macedonian Macedonian ¬
donian committee has been purahasing purahasinglarge purohasinglarge
large quantities of arms and we keow keowit
it has been buying fezes like those thoseworn thoseworn
worn by the Ottoman troops which whichwill whichwill
will be worn when the revolutionists revolutionistsare
are engaged in some particularly odi odious cdione ¬
one crime and which they will seek to tothrow tothrew
throw on the shoulders of the Turks TurksBut TurksBut
But Turkey while loyally endeavpring endeavpringto
to carry out the wishes of the powers powerswill powerswill
will be prepared for any and all event eventualities eventunlities ¬
ualities ualitiesAsked unlitiesAsked
Asked If there would bo war the theofficial theotilcial
official answered that he could not tell tellThat tellThat
That would depend on developments developmentsHe
He admitted that Turkey was mobiliz mobilizing mobUistrig ¬
trig a formidable body of troops frob in inMacedonia inMacedonia
Macedonia but he added this wa was due dueto dueto
to the Albanian revolt The presence presenceof
of the Turkish troops is embarrassing embarrassingto
to the powers because they prevent preventthe pteventthe
the operation of the international gen gendarmerie gendarmerie ¬
darmerie darmerieS S
S Turkeys Opportunity OpportunityDiplomats OpportunityDiplomats
Diplomats here say that if ever an anopportunity anopportunity
opportunity existed for the tb porte once onceand onceand
and for all to end the Macedonian Macedoniantrouble Macedeantrouble
trouble by striking Bulgaria which whichencourages Whichencourages
encourages it it is now Despite the thenrm thefirm
firm representations of Russia she un undoubtedly Undoubtediy ¬
doubtedly is unwilling to engage in a awar awar
war in Europe while engaged with Ja Japan Tapen ¬
pan in the far east apd Turkey Is ex expected oxiected ¬
pected to adopt a firmer tone In deal dealing deallog ¬
log with the Macedonian question The Thepowers The Thepowers
powers it Is announced authoritatively authoritativelyare
are still working harmoniously togeth together ¬
er and they are all making represen representations reprosenttions ¬
tations to Turkey and Bulgaria on the thefolly thefolly
folly of going to war Certainly neith neither ¬
er will profit thereby therebyTN therebyXTLTsD
Livingston Mont Feb 20 20Word 20Wordwas Word Wordwas
was received from the National park parktcnight parktcnight
tcnight that a government scout in the thecommand theecmmand
command of Scout Wagner was caught caughttr
tr iI a snow slide near Mammoth Hot HotSprings HotSprings
Springs and now lies dead under many manyfeet manyfeet
feet of snow He was passing over a atrail atinil
trail just j t under Black Butte mountain mountainand mountainand
and without warning an immense immensesucl immensasnow
snow slide came down the steep incline inclinewith inclinewith
with great force His name could not notbe iov iovbe
be learned learnedS
S Bficord It ItWhen ItWhen
When the Century Owl has laid its itseggs Itseggs
eggs and their young shall have died diedof tiledof
of old age it will still be on our rec recorais c cOrdo
orais If he dont pay Merchants Pro Protective Proteetive ¬
tective association scientific collectors collectorsof
of bad debts Top floor Commerelal Commerelalblock Conunerelalblock
block Francis G Luke General Man Manager Manacer ¬
Some people dont like ui uiHOSTCK us usDIED
HOSTCK TIOSI1KIn In this city Feb 39 MW Alvin AlvinV
V HiHskU used 39 9 year yearDenver yearsDenver
Denver papers please copy cosyCOOPER copyCOOPERAt
COOPER COOPERAt At East Jordan Feb 30 1M 1ML iO4 iO4Ra
Ra uI Bpss son of Walter an4 eltna eltnaLI
L Cooper aged 3 years and 13 days daysFuneral
5 Funeral from the residence Sunday SundayFeb SundayFeb
Feb 21 at 13 1 oclock noon
Will Keep in n Close Tp Tpthe Touplj With WithThe
the Folltiomns FolltiomnsSURE PolitioiiinsI Politioiiinst PolitioiiinsSUREOF I
Washington feb 91 It seems prob probable probable ¬
able that Proailairt Preoleat Roosovelt will be bein bein S
in Washington Owing the heat of the theprtaftonital thepresidential
presidential campaign this year in instead instead
stead of Oyster Bay where it has been beensupposed betasupposed
supposed he would remain for several severalmonths
S Smonths
months The president has made ten tentative teiitattve ¬
tative arrangements for the summer summerand summerJd
and Jd autumn and S Sparatively
they include a com comparatively ¬
paratively brief sojourn at Oyster Bay BayIt Ba S SIt
It is i quit certain that the president presidenthimself presidenthimself
himself will not go to Oyster Bay this thisyear 5 5year
year until after the convention A few fewdays I Idays
days perhaps after the convention conventionhe S
he will go to his summer home He Hewill liewill
will remain there according to pres present ¬ S Sent
ent arrangements for a week or ten tendays S Sdays
days Assuming that he will be th thnominee thq thqnominee
nominee of his party for fo the presideit presideitcy S
cy it is expected that he will return returnto returnto
to Washington to receive the formal formalnotification
notification of his nomination Soon Soonthereafter Soo Soothereafter
thereafter he will retunx to Oyster OysterBay S SBay
Bay to remain there during the latter latterbalfotJu1yandtbewboIeofAugat S
half balfotJu1yandtbewboIeofAugat of July and the vrhole of August AugustIt
It is possible that he may prolong hte htesojourn lii liisojourn
sojourn at his summer home until unt tfc tfcmiddle the themiddle
middle of September hot not longar isOperthan longarthan
than that He then will retura rotur to toWaahlisgtos
Washington and remain here dnrfns dnrfnsthe 4it1 1 1the
the campaign campaignSeasons campaignReasons
Seasons Advanced AdvancedMany AdvancedMany
Many reasons have induced the prqu prquMent Ptt Pttident > S
ident not to pass pa the entire entireand sUf sUfand
and autumn in Oyster Bay Dayamong t tamong
among them te the necessity that tla ho hoshould heshould
should be m In close touch with the pee tfaopie peepie
pie of the country particularly Hie Hieleaders a aleaders
leaders of the Republican party This Thiswill lhlswill
will be scarcely possible if he should shouldremain shooldremain
remain in Oyster Bay during the cam campaign campaign ¬
paign Facilities of all kinds in thepretty the thepretty
pretty Long Island town in which M Mlocated Islocated
located the presidents summer homo homoare heistare
are limited Crowd of OVfcn n mod modproportions modproportions
proportions cannot bo accommodated accommodatedthere S 5 5there
there and it is inconvenient for via visitors viaitora ¬
itors to reach the president even after afterthey OMerthey
they arrive in the village the pmfti pmftidents preatdents
dents home Sagamore Hill betas betasthree S Sthree
three miles from the station stationPresident 1 1President
President Roosevelt will go to Oys Oyster Oystee
tee Bay early m November in odder to tobe 5 5be
be there on election day It is quite quitelikely quItelikely
likely that he will receive the returas retarasfrom returasfrom
from the elections there but this haft haftnot Itemnot
not yet been determined definitely definitelySome definitelySonie
Some time in the summer or autumn autumnthe autumnthe S S
the president will visit the Louisiana LouisianaPurchase LosaaaaPurchase
Purchase exposition but no time less haebeen 5 5S 5been S
been fixed yet for that visit White Whiteit
it is possible he may take one on or two twoshort twoshort
short trips in the summWr sumnier he has de decided decided ¬
cided that he will do nothing la th thnature the S Snature
nature of political campaigning campaigningLOSS T
LOSS 200000 200000Cincinnati S S
Cincinnati Feb 20 20The The sixstory sIxmcybuildings sixstorybuildings
buildings at 424 to 43Q Main street streetcopied 5ttoStSeupied
copied by the BarenBoyle compi compiglasses eom eomglasses
glasses and painters supplies and b br brG
G S Ellis Sons saddlery and andvehicles aMvehicles
vehicles were burned tonight Loss LossThis 5 5200I0
= n
This week wa will sail all of ofour ofour
our exclusive line of Parisian ParisianBuckles ParisianBuckles
Buckles Pins Chains Hat Pins PinsCorals ThisCorals
Corals and Ornaments at t ONE ONBTHJBD
THIRD REDTJCTIOU from the theregular theregular
regular plain figure prices pricesTelephone S STelephone
Telephone TelephoneS S
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CorrectTimc CorrectTimcELERS
According to latest reports will cost the 140 and odd companies con concerned concerned ¬
cerned nearly 40000000 The loss would be still more subdivided had hadnot hadnot
not the laws of Maryland been unfriendly to outside companies While Whiletwo Whiletwo
two or three have reTlnaured entailing no loss to policy holders only onlyBaltimore onlyBaltimore
Baltimore companies nave have failed and only one of these was doing bust business bustness ¬
ness in Utah out of over eightyfive regularly entered companies This Thisshows Thisshows
shows the stability and conservative management of the standard com companies cornpanes ¬
panes The smaller ones ones carry light amounts on individual risks and andsmall andS
S small aggregate block Unas so as not to be badly hurt in a conflagration conflagrationand
and the larger ones carrying heavy lines have greater assets and sw swplus surplus
plus with which to ma meat t losses Look at the statement of the company companyinsuring companyinsuring
insuring you it Is not size but proportion of liabilities to assets that thatcounts thatS
S counts When a company has run the gauntlet of the state laws and andsatisfied andsatisfied
satisfied state requirements the chances are that it is safe Then why whyleave whyleave
leave your property Uninsured or permit the Unoompvlous solicitor soilciteced soilcitecedsome oC oCsome
some underground concern to save you a dollar or two until the theunexpected theunexpected
unexpected happens and your property is burned or you are made party partyto
to a damage suit If you will buy cheap goods dont complain when the theshoddy tireshoddy
shoddy shows I write an lines of imttrance generally nera11y throughout the thestate thestate
state making a specialty of mining business fire liability casualtyaccident casualty casualtyaccident
accident burglary plate glass gla and steam boiler adjusting losses per personally personaily ¬
sonally After the Baltimore fire the companies I represent wired or orwiate orwl3te
wiate as follows foliowaALLEMANNIA S SALLB2IIANNIA
ALLEMANNIA OF PITTSBURGH Assets AssetsS70i3 S70i3 7 563 established estabHahedIS8S
IS8S Save no agaacy at Baltimore BaltimoreAMERICAN B1t1moreAMSRICAN
AMERICAN OF PHILADELPHIA Assets 1233250 2J32 4 Betabitahed1S10 Established
I 1S10 Losses Baltimore l0 i8jW company recently increased net sue surBRITISH sueI ¬
I 1155 ltt0009 ltt0009S
S BRITISH AMERICA OF TORONTO Assets 5142734 estabiteheo1 estabiteheo11S33
I 1S33 B A lost round figures 2WOOe Baltimore Are AreDBLAWABB theDBLAWARB
DBLAWABB OF PHILADELPHIA PSHIIADELPHIA Assets lni4W established established1SS5
1SS5 Our total net loss In burned district H hION hIONFIRE tt ttFIRE
FIRE ASSOCIATION dF PHILADELPHIA Assets 150823 150823tabllahed Es Establiehed
tabllahed 1S17 ldl Fire Association tisocltlon Baltimore tosses not exceeding ezceedtng4JIN ezceedtng4JINo0 ijH ijHt ijHllstrRANC
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DBLPJJIA Assets U JLlSftm i907fl Kstablished IftZ l1 Probable loss Balti Baltimore BahtiS ¬
S more fire 5f0COT net surplus a4l 40I00 40I00PALATINE M MPALATINE
PALATINE OF BNGLANJD Assets ssotg in United States J1W7J J1W7JEstablished ZI7P71 ZI7P71l3stablished
Established 19CO P Palatine Iatifle loss Baltimore 225010 Head office cabled cabledfunds cabledfunds
funds thus mapaipgpltShttes maintaiain U iM4 Siates assets without reduction reductionSVEA S SS
S SVEA OF SWEDEN 4a Asset ts Tm000 Established 1W lOll Svea Sveano vea veaS veano
S no business Baltimore BaltimoreWISSTCHESTER BalthporeWESTCHESTER
WISSTCHESTER OF NEW YORK Assets W 320703 fl7OSS Established Established1S7
1S7 Weetehester lost SlSD i0O fflS Baltimore not effecting condition conditionLARYIAVND conditionII1ARYIMND
52976597 29711 G7 Established 1SJJ 1S Office burned Important records saved savedNo saved2lo
No interruption itjtorruptlon to bUsLqs bUsLqsthls piinj03 w wThis
This company writes iftUlifly 1Ih1IU1Y casualty easualt accident plate glass bur burglary busgisny ¬
glary and steam boiler insurance only onlyGenera S SH
S Genera Insurance Ens rance and Adjusting AdjustingPhone AdjustingPhone
Phone 244 fe 5 5S S S6 tV SECOND SOUTH ST

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