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The Ste^r Is Only One Ceni Everywhere
■■■'- ■ <\ ONE CENT """YonTght and W#<)n»»d«>— fr«th w«*t Z win<l«. ■ NIOHT EDITION THE STARS NEXT GREAT FICTION OFFERING WILL BE "THE SORCERESS OF THE STRAND" LOOKS BAD FOR RUSSIAN FLEET Japs Have Probably Shut the Vladivos tok Squadron off from any Russian Port. IjONDON. March ?.— While no offK l.il Information h»n arrW*<S llrrr In r<«ir<l to th« VUiJlvonto* bombardier i, It ti Kmrrally .>•■*■<•«! th.it the Japan*** (!•■'-; hit* cut o(f th« Itutalan «<iu.>>ln>ti from V!* dlroatok and the ltu*siun cquadrcn la In th« vicinity of I*oal«tt« bay. Tbe continued *l)enc« of lh» vi.m <lih|>.il> hr* In rf««t>l to th* •quadroa strengthens this b«tlt>f. If It i« true that the ltun*l.iu n*«t la ao cut off th« IMtttl la » de«p*r»te one for th* Hu*»Un«. as th» •quadron mint run the *.iuin;. i and com« under th* fire of th* Japancf* fl*»t At either Vladivostok or at t'»rt Arthur In order to react* » Ru««ti»n port. . > * • ■ While Vladivostok I* considered the «lmn»"t port In the far east, at the mid* tin** the Ilaiqitana h*»v«- been willed there for over forty year* an.l -It Is thought that btr dAf*nse* nre of an obsolete character, her run* particularly being of old m<><!'l» All the modern equipments that It has been possible to'ret across the tran»-8lb«r- DR. ANITA M'BEE AND HER NURSES WILL ARRIVE HERE TONIGHT aXMERK'AN OIRUI WHO WIIX NCHBE THE UIKAIxiB U.jl NUKI) TJi'«» American «lrl« are coins Into the fur K.i«( M mini the wounded UlUe J.p, who fall before the mltn fcayoneta. At the head <if th« mo**', mem la It. Anita McOee, who la th« only woman who ever held a military communion In the I •■!'■'! Hi it. « army. 8h« waa a aurgoon durlaa; the Hpao lth-Am<r\<-.\n war and held t]M rank '<! «a*tnir». . Dr. McOee and her alnff will arrive In Seattle at about « » o'clock t'ml«ht on th* fJreat Northern overland, and will Mil for th* Orient tomorrow morning on th* N. T. K. liner lyo Marti. Aecommodatlona bare been re »*rv*d for it., m IV fact that th« »'""• will null from Seattle Inatead of Ban Franciaco la proof that tola Watch for Star's Election Extras With Full Returns Tonight •OLDIERS city is rrronnlxed In the Rant an the gateway for travel to the «•■■! of war All the women who have* o#»-t. ac cepted »*-rv«-d In the Cuban, f'lilllp pine or Chinese campaign, ami several have performed heroic m-rvlcr. All ■!■• graduate nursea and several are doc tora. . Th* Yankee nurse* will (all direct to Osaka, the medical bane of th.- Jap snese army, where the wounded will b# brought. The Jn[cn.«. rivrntnrat will pay all expen**« of th* MWMi while they are In Japan, but th* coiit of their equipment, trantportatlon, etc., will l— .i.l by popular aubncrlp il'in In th» United State*. Tha num.« will tAke with them a hug* hospital tent, aurglcal ln»irum<-nt», mediclnea— The Seattle Star SI Al II B, WASHINGTON. TUESDAY, MAKUI H, 1904. Lan line recently ha y been shipped to Pot Arthur, nnd the Ja|>:ines« believe Vladivostok to be but poorly defended. RUSSIANS ADVANCING TOKIO, March I —Th* Itlin! tronps are «.■■! I tn hay* atlvanred Into Korea as far south M Hone Chin*, and to I- stilt |.u»hm« southward alonir the writ rnttst of K.ir<-». their movement*, tt I* be lieved, belnc proltcted by thi>.Vladlvoa(ok flMt »»n Frhruary It Uk Japanese orupled Y.um -T.i.. one of the Klllut Kiuup of iv.n :-. Ttiey found only store «<f mU and •i(ii«l tins* tbere, the ttu»aiaiis having abandoned thq t'lac* on l'Vbru*ry *3, WAITING FOR JAPS CIIREFOO, M.ir. '• I.—A ■■-.■■;.■•■■■ of TtUMlsns ■I* entrenched r>ti the III* hi th* Antun* district, nmt. ; patina" Hi- arrival or Jap an*** troopa, a body of whlrh are expected to reach the left bnnk of tho Tain river about March 10 The position that the RtissUina bold In a i>ra< a! repetition of that of th* Horn on the Tujrela river. «r*rrO>lnc to outfit • rotnpUtt and modern hwpHaL T»i» Jsp«i»iH> K*d Cwm «orii ' will ro-oprrnte with th« Ain<-rican i,ur«M«. In Japan th«- ll<-<! Crosa nurx« «r« all m«n «t .1 »r<- government craploi'e*. N* woman Hi permitted In or with th« irinv, but • ■!»'• I*l Me*ptl«l h*« Urn madt for the Tank** nura*«." I>r. Mi<;.» la ■ iUi«ht«r cf Simon N< woojßb, th» fan. aatnmomor, «n.l the wife of W. J. Mriir'. U. B. Kor •rnrnent cthnoto«l*t •««! *spk»rrr. Durlnc tb« Bpanlah>Arorrir«n war ab« orsanUnl si directed th« I nltr<! Htal*« armr nur*« carp* and was at the front both In Cub*, I'urto Rico and the I'hlllpfillM* | Th»rr are trn nurata In the party b«*M<o Dr. M< < >•-«. WHOLE FAMILY TAKE POISON GERMAN LIEUTENANT. HIS WIFE AND THREE CHILDREN PREFER DEATH TO DISGRACE iRt Hcrlppa NVwa Ann.) UnnMN, March - * U<Mit«-nnnt D«««k«, retired, hU'wlfe, daughter and two Bonn, all living In a fa»h> tenable villa in Wilhelmstrasse, »rn> found dead In their bod* this HUUIFF' mm Ruatian Admiral Will Take Charge of Port Arthur Fleet ißr Serlppa N.w. AWn I IKJUT AUTIII'W. March ».-A<l mlra! Makaroff h.i» arm ul j mit-y and !• HIM- her* today to Ink* '•!"'»• of lh» Kiumluii Itqui Ison. Complete trai.'iuitity prevail* ti«r*. Ttwr<- *•»• 11.. fourutatloa hi far «<• Is known h*rt> for tb# usury (tint th» IMM are planning ■ *lmn!taa*> «v« attack an Vladivostok and I'ort Arthur. Th* Japan**** ■>iuß«]mn la now l:«-r» In wight and lla ktratlon la a matter of eonjr«tir#. JAPS RECrtUITINC FINN* f.t I JTII Minn. Mmh ».-Pe«et airenta of th« Japan*** covernnMtit tin «• !-■«n securing r««tuttji for thetr artny among lh» 'l«rt« .~o|«M of Finns and antl-RuMlan. l)'m|«. I ■ >)!<< I,vine on A* M'«j<l>a and Vermltlion rnnfrs, KOUROPATKIN TO START - - bt. pfrrKnsurno, March l~ Qeneral Karoixitktn siArta for. tb« eaat Baturdar. No m>rU>tim opera tlorsa will h«- und«rtaken until his ar rival i«l th» »■• it of war. Th» IttM ulan arrnr will not take the nff.ii»tvr before th« early part of M»y. NUMBER WAS UNLUCKY TOKIO. Unrch B—The runs of the TlUMlan i il-- r Variag. »ril--h mi link by the Japan"*** at Chemulpo, arrl*e<l hers. Th« ■dtnlnUtj mt nounc^a that 1.1 Itusslan warship*. rfpmwntln»; a 'a! of M.WM ton*. I hat*- ref#h-ej Injuries •iiiro ta* j ..p.i.li.j,- e»f hofttllltl**. tnorriltiK-. Tlwv |M 4 all ' ommlttf.l i-ul. It in l» ll'u..| that the un*aU*fac> lory clrcum»tatireii of the family led 1.l the act am] iti.it thry preferred death to faring Inevltuble dlfgrnce. mum wm UTTIHIOORKIPfHIS Itf .1.1. JAi'ANBMC AJrrWT ■ ILKA Of UlUi HA. I • THE HI HHIANS AT THE FIH4T ■N'JAL.I.MKNT IN THfc HAKBOKOF I RT AftTH h S Th)» pfctur* I* the reproduction of • Jnp«n*»e llto»r.i| li furntnh».l to a »|K«n«! comml«ilon#r of th« Nr««p»f>#r Eat»rpri»e . Anaoclatton. | now In Toklo, try th« «<-n»t who drew l«, and for exclusive publlcaUon In th» Sf-attle H(nr and other new»cop»-ni taking th* Nrwtpaprr Knttrprla^ A»M«i'nii'« war •trvic*. > _ RUSSIA READY FOR PEACE Czar Is Said to be Eager to Submit the Far Eastern Case to Arbitration COr Mcrlpix N»w« Ann) I.ONf»">■'. Marrh i.— ■ Information him been rrrtlvnl her« from vntl<>u« miiirnn to the effect that the CUT Is rsnw molt eager to sub mit the* far •••lint crlnU to mediation «>f the po»«rr*. I •It Is iMiir-vfi here that Count ii<-r>< k< rr the r.!iii«t:(n minister who ►-•■ just recently r« tmnf.i from Bt. Petersburg*, mtrw » with him Hi: autograph !• tti r from the c«ar to this effect. Hl* Mated that Itusula la dc-slrou* that Ihe mil^' '» «"t>«att*a to Tbf'llavo* conference. VIENNA CONFIRMS IT VIKNNA. March *.—lt Is reported In diplomatic circle* here that Count n*nn<nw<i»iff the Ruaatmn ambnvnador to England, who re tum».l !■• London from SI Peters t'liiK recently, carried with him an nui"«rtn<h tetter from the cxar, In which mention Is made of eventual m«llatlon between Japan and Hun six * TAKES NO CHANCES WjISIJINiiTON. D. C. March I.— Chin* ban granted th* application of the *4at« <!•!■.. i'■'.' HI for ex*-<)iatetir* far M«*»r* Che«hlre and Davidson *■ l|nlt«d Htiit« • consul* at Mukden and Anlumt. respectively. Antung' I* ginrlaontd by a Ituulan f<>r<-<•, and Mtikil*n Is iin- Ruaalaa head quarter* In Manchuria. In thin fit uatlon !hr nt.it « il> I'.irl'ii'iit dora not cart to forr« an I«kiii- by Inflating upon the rccrctlon o( Us (■Ollftllla. THEY 'HAVE COAL SUPPLY ADKM, March •.—lt In lrarne.l that th« hu»»(Anii lirvp n «<•• rfl coat supply at th« Inland of Jcbrl H«uktir. mii Hi.it ltii«-l.iii uiunhli which hnvfi lirWn patrolling th» Ilcd Boa have th«r<» obtained their very n«c- j—jag. _ ruß.-iry fuel. At leant on« large col lloi and probably neveral other* are concealed In on* of the Inlets behind the Inland. WANTS NEUTRAL GROUND I TOKIO, March «.— Notwithstanding , tli" fact that It la undrntood hrre that Rnmln l» prc-Mlng China to milk* that territory went of the l.lno river neutral, Japan remain* apparently calm, because ah* ha* made th* re** ervatl'in that ahould Kui-Ia be «1 liibiit to obtain thl* advantage, Japan will uie> any portion of Chinese terri tory which la atratrgtcally MNMtr| for In r operation*. Chef Hulllviiii last night received a communication for Mih* am. ■ Mill-, of II,l« city, who will be mad« acquainted with the nature of the mcMuigo should urn apply at police hendquartera. ' • THE ONLY PAPER IN SEAI7LE ; THAT DARES TO PRINT THE LEWS ♦ • VOL. 6. NO. 14. ALLEGED VOTE BUYER IN JAIL M Morrison, said to b« a walking delegate for the longshoremen* union, and ho Ik well known as a political manipulator for the Great Northern Hallway (Vni|iany, «ax arrested mi » charge of attempting to buy votes In the Second precinct of the Klrst ward this afternoon. James Lilly, a deuty sheriff, made the urn-Hi on a warrant Issued on a complaint worn out before I lrosecut- Ins; Attorney Scott by Alphrus It) --pr«, a Democratlo lawyer. CONGRESS WAPIIINOTON, D «'. March B.— Senator Perklnn, from the commu te* on ; il.illnn*. reported on the fortifications bill a total of $7.«87,1'.'L', nn huirmw of bnlf .» million over the house bill. 35 CENTS PER MONTH It Is alleged by Pyer* that Mor- H«"ii rd\i» a fisherman named Paul: <;<<nxK|i>a II and directed him to ro to the polls and vote under the namV of Joseph Doyle, handing; him a card with that name and other data,' written on It. OaMMlai attempted to vote aa I'.nlc and wti promptly arreiKe<i ■■■put to the county Jnll. There h. slnt««<> that he had been Mbti to vote by Morrison. In the house Congressman Gilbert, Democrat, of Kentucky, amid ap piause, withdrew the charge made by him In a .recent Breach that Gen-* .■nil Davis, recently nominated on the Isthmian commission, sold rice/ to the natives of the Philippines to his own profit. Pmf. Frederick A. Ooborn will «tv« an Illustrated lecture on radium at lln Administration )>iillilli>s of the uiil- " vcralty, Wednesday tv«nli<c at * !t o'clock.