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New York Nov 9 9Joseph iJ Joseph Capple Capplea
I a hotelkeeper after saving his aged agecmother agedi agemother
i mother and father and three childrefrom children chdldrerfrom childrenfrom
from his burning b hotel lost his own owilife ownnfe owlife
life in rushing rush ing frantically into the theflames the1lames thflames
flames when he learned that his wlfbad wife wifehad wifbad
bad not escaped escapedThe escapedThe escapedThe
The bodies of Capple and his waif wifcwere wlfeI waifwere
I were found later at r in the cellar lying 1Yinside lyinfiWe lyingsYe
side by side burned beyond recogni recognitloa recogntloa
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cover OO ver r the fire in the hotel He aroused arousectfce arousedtlte arousetAre
tAre son who ho thinking there was as time tlmw time1br tamibr
1br w al Ito escape in insafety safety led firsiabs first firslfcSs firsthis
his father and mother by the ha hato hand hancto handsaf6t n
to tosafety safety saf6t in the yard When he heturned hetJTlte4 h htimed
turned to reenter the building he heflWMrt het1te h hfhaatad
flWMrt the hall blocked with smogBe smoke smokeBe smokei E
i Be fought 1bu ht through it to an upper per roofd room roonawd roomI
I awd tel d returned carrying his youngest youngestchiild youngestc Younbgesti
chiild c 1iid The other children followed followedoiosexm followedi e eO
O oiosexm < i Ose se on his heelsWhere heels heelsWhere heelsWbere
Where is my m wife he cried She Shefollowed ShefCll Shfollowed
fCll followed GwGd me out She is not here hereThe hereThe hoceThe
The woman could not be found Cap Capp4e Capple Ca 1 1Pte
p4e became frantic It appeared cer certain certa ceitaro
taro ta R death to reenter the burning burningtouWding burning1tuSding burninbu
touWding bu lding but the neighbors who had hacgathered hadgathared hagathered
gathered about could not hold the hus husband hushtMi hwbald
band back Thinking nothing of his hisown hislWIl hiown
own safety he dashed through the theflashes theAames thtrainees
flashes and smoke and disappeared disappearedIn
In another moment the house beoaiIDe bEoai be beoaiae
oai oaiae e so enveloped in flame that alC all allhope anItope
hope C of rescuing rescuin him was abandoned abandonedIt
It is thought that Mrs Capple af after after aster ¬
ter fleeing on the first alarm returned returnedto
to tJ her room to save her valuableThe valuables valuablesThe ysluablesTae
The hush husband and was seen rushing up the theUirway theet th thtsitatrway
Uirway et ra and it is thought thou ht that he heB heaust hianaett
aust B U9t have ae found her in her room and andstarted andstarte4 ant antstarted
started to lead her to the door when whenthe whent whetthe
the t e burned floors gave ve way beneath beneaththem beneatht beneatlthem
them t em and they were buried under thbvridag the thehtwuJiig theltuIdaI +
htwuJiig debris in the cellar cellarFive cellarF1 cellarFive
Five F1 e minutes after the husband was wasup wasSlWdIo waswallowed
SlWdIo swallowed ed up in the fire the house so solamed sol solRACE solapaMl
lamed lamedRACE apaMlRiACE
RACE FIGHT IN COLORADO COLORADONegro COLORADONegro COLORADONegro
Negro StrikeBreaker Kills Marshal MarshalLynching MarshalLynching MarshalLynching
Lynching Averted AvertedCanyon AvertedOuyan AvertedOaayon
Canyon City Colo Nov 9 9At At CoaOreek Coal CoalQreetk CooOreak
Qreetk a coal co milling camp of the Colorado Col Colorado Colrado
orado Fuel and Iron company rave ravetrouble ravetr ravetaohle
trouble tr lble between imported negro strike strikebreakers striketrkers strikebreakers ¬
breakers and the whites broke out outn4Amly outMly on onwdddenly
n4Amly wHen lIen City Marshal HiranIIl Hiram HiramBtttac HiramJhitI
Btttac JhitI IIl + atea who had been called to quell quella que quea
a flight 1iI Jt < t at a negro dance was shot shottoad shotby shotaSIA
toad by Grant Thompson a negro as asho asJIG a ahe
ho entered the hall hallWhite hallW hallWhite
White W Jite citizens organized a posse posseawi posseaM POSSEaM
aM caught Thompson Nearly every everywhite everyDlaa everyate
white man in camp is armed About Abouti4
i4 49 na aagroete groes left the county before dayidght dayagilt day dayMgtot
Mgtot Five negroes are still in the theoaofip theawup
oaofip 11 being granted permission to stay stayttatfl stayu
ttatfl 11 tfI they t ey collect coll t their time checks checksThe checksT1te checksThe
The white miners gave Thompson a abeating atbll abeating
beating tbll before delivering him to the thetihertfL theshertL theISGrttL
tihertfL Threats of o lynching bad beenfie been beenbut beenhut
fie but the cooler heads controlledELECTION controlled controlledELECTION controlledELECTION
ELECTION TRAGEDY IN COLORADO COLORADOThree COLORADO7bree COLORADOThree
Three Killed and Several S eral More Are AreFatally AreFatally AreFatally
Fatally WoundedCripple Wounded WoundedCripple WoundedCrlpple
Cripple Creek Colo Nov 9 9Two 9TwoD Two TwoDemocratic TwoDeniocratlc
Democratic D election judges were killed killedin
in this t ls district today and a Peabody Peabodydeputy PeabodYcleputr Peabodydeputy
deputy sheriff was mortally wounded woundedland woundedaM
aM a number of Democratic judgeswe judges judgeswere judgeswere
were beaten and thrown into jail jailIke jadLIke jaiLIke
Ike Idelbolt and Chris Miller judges judgesat
at Goldfield Goid fteld were shot down by one oneof onaof oneof
of Sheriff Bells deputies They The had hadordered hadordered hadordered
ordered the deputy out of the polling pollingplace pollingptace pollingplace
place He refused to go and turning turningupon turningUlpcxI turningupon
upon the judges shot and killed them themAt themAt themAt
At midday E Doyle Do 1e a deputy sheriff sheriffassaulted sheriffWIllIlted sheriffusaaulted
assaulted Mrs Kennedy a Democratic Democraticjudge Democraticjtl6c Democraticji4
ji4 judge e and in a struggle that ensued ensuedtore ensuedtltDre ensuedtore
tore her dress and slapped sl ped herEd her herKd I I1MI
Kd OLeary a Democratic watcheritecefered watcher watcherinterefered i iterefwed
interefered and shot Doyle Do le fatally fatallywouadtag fatallyCM1adht fatallywo4latdtag
wouadtag CM1adht him OLeary OL ry was arrest arrestee
ei and AiD placed in jailATLANTA jail jailATLANTA jailATLANT
ATLANTA WANTS TS STATE FAIRCItizens FAIR FAIRCitizens FAIRI FAIRCJtllzens
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Citizens Meet at Piedmont Hotel to toDiscus toDiscuss toDiscuss
Discuss Movement MovementAiimata MovementAtlaJlta MovementAtlanta
Atlanta Nov 9 gThe The next ne t stat efair efairunder efajrUlder efaartracker
under aue auspices ioes of the Georgia Agricul Agricultural AgricuItural Agricultun ¬
tural society will probably be held in inAtlanta inAt1anta inAtlanta
Atlanta Assurances that Atlanta has hasa
a chance c ance to succeed in an effort to toobtain toOhtaill toobtain
obtain the fair have ha va come fr frm < wn those thosewho thosew1o thosesko
who are interested in it and promicent promi prominent promiDant ¬
cent mea of this city have not only onlymade onbmade onlymade
made that effort eff rt but also are going goingto
to exert ert all their energies to secure securein
in making itThe it itThe itTh
The Th meeting me ting at which this was deideed de decided det ¬
t cided was 805 held in the assembly room roomof roomof roomthe
of the t e Piedmont hotel upon the invi invitation invitatiaJl inviCation ¬
tation of George W Parrott who has haslor hasfw hasfo
lor fo some time been interested in the thematter them1atter thematter
matter of securing the next state fairfor fair fairfor I II
I for Atlanta and I1d who last evening read readthe readthe readhe
the correspondence between himself himselfand himselfan
and an Hon Dudley Hughes of the State StateAgricultural StateAgrioultural Stateioultural
Agricultural ioultural society In this corre correspondence correPGsy ¬
spondence PGsy udence Mr Hughes requested MrParrott Mr MrParrott j jd
t Parrott to take some action regarding regardingthe regar d lng i
I the he matter matters I IS
As A Aibout S a result Mr Parrott assembled assembledabout assembledabout
about iO O business men and these men menlast menIast menastt
last night not only voted unanimously unanimouslyin
in n favor of inviting the next state fair fairto fairto fairo
to o Atlanta but also authorizing Mrar Mr MrParrott MrParrott
Parrott ar r rott Alderman James G Woodward WoodwardFrank WoodwardFranok Woodwardran
Frank ran Weidon and W G Cooper to toappoint toappoInt toappoint
appoint a committee of seven men to totake totake toaka
take up with Mr Hughes and othercultural other othermembers othermembars
members bars of the Georgia Agri Agriochenom Agricultural Agriculturalsociety cultural I Isociety
society ochenom ty the th thmeeting e question of holding the thenext I Inext
meeting of the state fair in this thiscity thiscity thisseat
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SUNKY SUNK BY A MINI MINIPort MINEPort MINPort
Port Arthur Still Holding HoldiuCtAgainst On OnAgainst Ol1tAgainst
Against the theARMIES E 16m 16mARMIES y yARMIES
ARMIES STRENGTHENING LINE LINEMuch LINESMuch LINEMuch
Much Suffering Is Reported R ported at Port PorArthur PortArthur PoArthur
Arthur on Account of Lack of Food FoocMedicines FoodMedicines
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Medicines Etc EtcJapan Japanese se Victory Victorythe I Ithe Is Isthe
the Inevitable Recult RecultShanghai ReuitShanghai ReultShanghai
Shanghai Nov 9 9It It is received receivedBritish i iBritish in inBritish
British naval circles that a Japanese Japanesmanofwar JapanesemanOfwar Japanemanofwar
manofwar has been sunk by a min minoff mineoff minoff
off Port Arthur ArthurJaps ArthurJaps ArthurJaps
Japs Still Besieging Port Arthur ArthurTokio ArthurTokio ArthurTokio
Tokio Nov 9 9Qfi Official cial reports froPort from frocFort fromFort
Fort Arthur since Saturdays report reportthe o othe of ofthe
the progress made by the besiege besiegeindicates besiegedindicates besiegeindicates
indicates that the Japanese operation operationare
are proceeding satisfactorily there al although ale alethough a athough
though slowly Limestone formatiorand formationand formation formationsand
and rocky ground interfere with th thsapping the thesapping tbsapping
sapping It is now considered that thathe thatthe thithe
the character of Rihlung mountain mountaiiand mountaiand
I and East Keekwan mountain without withouEntse withoutEntse withotEntse
Entse and Etse mountains moul 1tains is not su1 su1flcient sufI su suficient
I ficient to force the Russians to aban abandon abandon akadon
don the city proper properReports properReports properReports
Reports from the Shakhe river saboth sa saboth say sayboth
both armies are strengthening theipositions their theirpositlons thepositions
positions and otherwise busy prepaing prepai prepaiing preparing
ing for another great battle battleThe battleThe battleThe
The scouts are constantly in touch toucland touchand toucand
and frequent outpost skirmishes oicur oc occur occur
cur but there is no likelihood of ofgeneral i igeneral a ageneral
general engagement for the present presentReinforcements presentReinforcements presenReinforcements
Reinforcements of Russian troops troopsguns troopsguns troopguns
guns and supplies are constantly ar arriving areriving aa aariving
riving rivingSuffering rivingSuffering
Suffering in Beleaguered City CityChe CityChe CityChe
Che Foo Nov 8 8530 530 p m mThe mTheJapanese mThJapanese Th ThJapanese <
Japanese besieging Port Arthur ig ignoring ignoring it itnoring
noring Lieutenant General Stoessel Stoesselth
th ecommander of the Russian militarforces militar militaryforces militarforces
forces there have offered terms of sur surrender surrender suprender
render to the Russian troops accord according according accorcing
ing to advices leaving Port Dalnj Dalnjyesterday Dalnyyesterday Dalnyesterday
yesterday In the meanwhile the theceaseless thceaseless theceaseless
ceaseless activity of picks and spade spadecontinues spadescontinues spadecontinues
continues The Japanese are gradu gradually gradually gradeally
ally advancing their trenches which whlclspell whichspen whitspell
spell inexorable fate to the watching watchingRussians watchingRussia11s watchinRussians
Russians RussiansA
A Russian prisoner captured Oct
26 said the troops composing the gar garrison garrison gasrison
rison of Port Arthur were in want ani anidispaired and anddispaired andispaired
dispaired They saw the fruitlessness fruitlessnessof
of the struggle Hopeless of relief reliefwith reliefwith reliefwith
with food scarce and medicine ant anthospital and andhospital amhospital
hospital supplies insufficient it is acmitted ad admitted admitted
mitted by the Russians that a Ja J8ipa J8ipanase Japanes > pa panese
nese nes victory was ultimately inevitable inevitableArtillery inevitableArtillery inevitablEArtillery
Artillery Firing Continuously ContinuouslyMukden ContinuouslyMukden ContinuouslyMukden
Mukden via Pekan Nov 9 9Artn 9Artnlery 9Artillery Artll Artlllery
lery firing was continuous all along alohithe alongtne a1onthe
the lines on Monday tlonda r and intermittent intermittentthis
this morning A battle might com commence commence cornmence
mence at any hour It will be a queSt questlon queSttlon quetion
tlon of many days if not weeks to de decide decIde decde
cide the position which is the t1 e mosl moslinteresting mos mosinteresting mosInteresting
interesting since the commencement oi oithe ofthe o othe
the war Each side is waiting fofe fo foiother foe
fe e other to attack attackRussians attackRussians attackRussians
Russians Arrive at Shanghai ShanghaiShanghai ShanghaiShanghai ShanghaiShanghai
Shanghai Nov 9 9The The officers and andcrew andcrew any anycrew
crew of the Russian torpedo boat destroy de destroyer destroyer
stroyer er Ryeshitelni which the Japa Japanese Japanese Japanese
nese cut out of the harbor at Che Fooon Foo Fooon Foaon
on Aug 12 have arriver here on thManjur the theManjur theManjur
Manjur with the exception exc ption of the com commander commander cornmanner ¬
mander who escaped at Woo SungHe Sung SungHe SungHe
He is probably now homeward bond bondon boneon
on a German mail steamer steamerRAILROAD steamerRAILROAD steamerI steamerRAILROAD
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RAILROAD GETS VALUABLE LAND LANDSouthern LANDI LANGSouthern
I Southern Pacific Is Awarded A arded an 18 18Mile 18I 18Mile >
I Mile Right of Way WayPhoenix WayI WayPhoenix WayPhoenix
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Phoenix Ariz Nov 9 9The The best bestknown bestknown bestknown
known pass through the Rocky moun mountain mountaln mountarn
tarn system has been awarded to th thSouthern thSouthern theSouthern
Southern Pacific railroad by Judge JudgeDoan JudgeDoan JudgEDoan
DoanThe Doan DoanThe DoanThe
The judgment jud ment gives the Southern SouthernPacific SoutherPacific SouthernPacific
Pacific the contested right of way wajfor wayfor wayfor
for 18 miles between Kelvin and Dud Dudley Dudley Dudley ¬
ley along the Gila river immediately immediatelybelow immediatelJbelow immediatelybelow
below a narrow box canyon where uo uomore not notmore nolmore
more than one road can find its way waythrough wa wathrough waythrough
through The decision was based basedmainly basemainly basestmainly
mainly upon the fact that the Southern SouthernPacific SouthenPacific SouthernPacific
Pacific had filed its maps in the Tucson TUG TUGson Tubson ¬
son land office two hours before those thosflof thosof
of the Santa Fe FePolitical Fepolitical FePolitical
Political Plane Growing Higher HigherNew HigherNew HigherNew
New York Nov 9 9Sir Sir Wemysf WemyslReid WemysfReid WemysfReid
Reid chairman of the Reform club oi ofLondon oiLondon otLondon
London the largest political organ organization organization organization ¬
ization in England who is now in inthis inthis inthis
this city believes the political plane planein
in America is gradually growing high higher ¬
er A lifetfme lifet me observer of Ameri American American ¬
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can politics he said I cannot help helpremarking helpremarkIng helpremarking
remarking that both parties have havreached havereached havereached
reached a much higher standard in intheir inI intheir
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I their campaign than ever before beforeAbroad beforeAbroadI beforeboard
Abroad I might say your politics have havesot havnot havtnot
not always been regarded on the highrst high highest highi ¬
i est level obtainable But there is a adistinct 8distinct aiistinct
distinct ascent toa to a higher platform platformRunaway platformRunaway platformRunaway
Runaway Team Kills Man ManAnniston ManI ManAnniston ManAnniston
I Anniston Ala Nov 8 8The The death deathof d th thof
of rf Fayette Adams occurred in a singu singular singulaT i iar ¬
laT ar manner He was hauling lum lumbar lumber himer ¬
bar er from Lees mill to Oxford and on onhis onI onits
I his return with an empty wagon theyule the thaaules themu1
yule mu1 became frightened when near nearthe nearthe nearhe
the saw mill and ran away Mr MrAdams MrdaIM Mrdams
Adams was a thrown violent to theround the thaground theround
ground round and his neck was broken by bythe bythe byhe
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W E Curtis Tells of Dangers DangersBesetting Dangersi DangerBesetting
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CREwS GREEN ENEMY WATCHFUL WATCEPUIJapanese W WATCHFULJapanese ATOHFULJapanese
Japanese Torpedo Bonta Lying OD ODAfrican OffAfrIcnn 01African
African Const It Is BcUeTedVeak BcUeTedVeakPoints Believed Weal WealPointy WenLPoints
Points of the Armada Built at Enor Enormous Enormoos Enormous ¬
mous Cost and Problems of the theLoner thei theLong th thLong
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Long Voyage VoyagreThe V VoyageThe O lge lgeThe
The Baltic fleet which the Russian Russiangovernment Russiagovernment Russiangoyernment
government has been working so hard hardupon hardupon harupon +
upon ever since the beginning of the thewar thewar thwar
war and which started its long voyage voyageby yoyageby voyagby
by firing on British fishing boats in the theNprth theorth th thNorth
North orth sea has been delayed for months monthsby monthby
i by by the discovery of defects in the ves vesI vessels yessets
I sels by the necessity of training the thecrews thecrews thicrews
crews and by accidents which are al always always always ¬
ways occurring on new and untried untriedships untriedships untrieiships
ships says William E Curtis the spe special special speciai ¬
cial correspondent of the Chicago Rec Recj
j 1 ordHerald at Washington Naval ex experts experts exports ¬
perts consider it an exceedingly risky riskything riskything risk riskthing
thing merely from a mechanical stand standpoint standpoint standpoint
point alone to start this great fleet of ofso on onso onso
so long a cruise because no harbor o orefu of ofrefuge ofI ofrefuge
I
refuge refu Is open n to it i and it has no place placeto lace laceto
to go when it gets to the far east B By 3 3the
i I Ithe the middle of November Nov mber VladivostokRussias Vladivostok Vladivostoki
i i Russias only harbor In the east will be befrozen befrozen bEfrozen
frozen up and even if the fleet should shouldreach shouldreach shookreach
reach there safely not a ship could en enj eniter
j iter ter before next May It is too late to torescue torcs tErescue
rescue rcs < ue Port Arthur Under the moss mossf most mostfavorable mostI
I favorable circumstances without aces accident aeeident acesdent ¬ I
dent or detention it would ould take at atleast atleast atleast
least sixty sLt days for the fleet to get getthere getthere gelthere
there and that would be nearly mld mldwinter mldwtnter midwinter
winter winterOf
Of the thirtyseven ships in the fleetmore fleet fleetmore fleetmore
more than half are entirely new They Theyhave Theyhave
I have been constructed and fitted out ii iigreat in ingreat inI
great haste and many defects are to tobe tobe tcbe
I
be expected Furthermore the crews crewsare crewsare creware
are green green and inexperienced Most of ofthe olthe I Ithe
the engineers and machinists are un untried untried untried ¬
tried and very few if any of the men menon menon menon
on board have ever participated in a abattle aI abattle
battle although as has been demon demonstrated demonstrated demonstrated ¬
I
strated in every emergency the sailorsand sailors sailorsand saUorsand
and soldiers are both great fighters fightersThe fightersThe fightersThe
The Baltic B ltlc fleet is composed of the thefollowing thefollowing thefollowing
following vesselsBATTLESHIPS vessels vesselsj
J Jj
j BATTLESHIPS BATTLESHIPSi
i Ton Launch Launchnage Launchnage
i 1 nage edImperator ed edImperator edImpemtor
Imperator Alexander III 13516 1901 1901Oslyabya 1901Oslyab30a 1901Oslyabya
Oslyabya 12674 1898Sissol 1898 1898SIssol 1898I
SIssol Veliki 10400 1894Navarin 1894 1894Navarin I INavarin
I
Navarin 10206 1891 1891Borodino 1891Dorodlno 1891Borodino
Borodino 13516 1901 1901Orel 1901Orel 1901Orel
Orel 13516 1902 1902Kniaz 1902Kniaz I IKniaz
Kniaz Suvarow 13516 1902 1902ARMORED 1902I 1902ARMORED
I
ARMORED AR IORED CRUISERS CRUISERSDmitri CRUISERSDmitri CRUISERSDmitri
I Dmitri Donskol 6200 1883 1S83Admiral 1883Admiral 1883Admiral
Admiral Nakimov 8524 1SS5 1SS5PROTECTED 1S85i 1885PROTECTED
i PROTECTED CRUISERS FIRST CLASS CLASSAurora CLASSAurora CLASSAurora
Aurora 6731 1900 1900Oleg 1900Oleg 1900Oleg
Oleg 6675 1903 1903PROTECTED 1903I 1903PROTECTED
I PROTECTED CRUISER SECOND CLASS CLASSSvyeilana CLASSI CLASSSvyetlana
I Svyetlana 3862 1896 1896PROTECTED 1896I 1896PYROTECTED
I PROTECTED ROTECTED CRUISERS THIRD CLASS CLASSAlmaz CLASSI CLASSAlmaz
I Almaz 3825 1903 1903Zhemchug 1903Zhcmchug 1903Zhemchug
Zhemchug 3106 1903 1903Izumrud 1903i 1903Izumrud
i Izumrud 3106 1903DESTROTERS 1903 1903DESTROYERS 1903i
i DESTROYERS DESTROY ms
Tons Speed SpeedBulnl SpeedButnl SpeedButni
Bulnl 350 2612Brava 2627 2627Bravl 262713ravi
Brava 350 26 26Blestyashtchl 261Blestyashtchi 2 2I
I Blestyashtchl 350 26 26Buistri 26I 261Buistri
I Buistri 350 26 26Bodrl 265 265Byedovi 26Bodrl
Bodrl 350 26 26Byedovl 26I
I Byedovi 350 26Bezuputchiu 26 26Bezuputchlu 26Bezuputchiu
Bezuputchiu 350 26 261Prouzitelni 26Prouzltelni 26Prouzltelnl
Prouzltelni 350 261 261Gromki 26 26Gromkl 261fr 261frI
Gromkl < 1 350 3 0 26 26Groznl 2 2Grozni 262 262crroznJ
I Groznl 350 26 26Podoijeny 262 262Podoljen 265Podolleny
Podoijeny 350 26Rezoy 26 26Rezoy t
Rezoy 350 26 26AUXILIARY 26AUXILIARY 26ya 26yaAUXILIARY
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AUXILIARY CRUISERS AND TRANSPORTS TRANSPORTSDon
Don Ural Terek Kuban Irtish Ana Anadye Anadye Anad
dye d e Argun Smolensk and Petersburg Petersburgscout
scout cruisers armed Converted mer merchant merchant merchant ¬
chant ships of high speed speedHospital speedHospital speedHospital
Hospital ship Orel OrelREPAIR OrelREPAIR OrelREPAIR
REPAIR SHIPS SHIPSKamchatka smpsKamchatka SHIPSKamchatka
Kamchatka Ocean OceanCOLLIERS OceanCOLLIERS OceanCOLLIERS
COLLIERS COLLIERSKorea COLLIERSI COLLIERSKorea
I Korea Kltai Kniaz Gorcha Kov KovThis Kovi Kovlhis
i This is one of the largest fleets that thatever thatI thatever
I ever went to sea and one of the most mostpowerful mostI mostpowerful
powerful It is commanded by three threerear threerear threerear
I rear admirals admlralsRojesnensky Rojestvensky Falker Falkersen
sen and Enkoist EnkoIstand and an enormous enormousamount enormousamount enormousamount
amount of money has been expended in inIts inits inits
Its construction armament and equip equipment equipment equipment ¬
ment The money value of the fleet is isof Isof isof
of itself very Ye large Some Idea of itscost its itscost itscost
cost may rna be obtained from the follow following fol1owing following ¬
ing table tableSeven tableSeven tableSeven
Seven battleships 6500000 each45500000 each45500000Two each 45500000 45500000Two
Two armored cruisers 5000000 5000000each 5000000each 5000000each
each 10000000 10000000Six
Six protected cruisers averaging
2500000 each eachTwelve ch 15000000 15000000Twelve 15000000Twelve
Twelve destroyers 250000 each 3000000 3000000Nine 3000000Nine 3000000Nine
Nine auxiliary cruisers averag averaging averaginS averaging ¬
ing 1000000 each 9000000 9000000Two 9000000Two 9000000Two
Two repair ships 500000 each 1000000 1000000Three 1000000Threc 1000000Three
Three collars 500000 each 1500000 1500000Hospital 1500000Hospital 1500000Hospital
Hospital ship 750000 750000Total 750000Total 750000Total
Total 55750000 55750000It
It will cost in the neighborhood ofX600000 of
600000 for coal co l to send the Baltic fleet fleetaround fleetaround fleetaround
around to Fort Arthur Under the most mostfavorable mostfavorable mostfavorable
favorable circumstances the seven bat battleships battleshIps battleships ¬
tleships will 11 need at least 30000 tons tonsthe tonsthe tonsthe
the cruisers 20000 tons the auxiliaries a
40000 tons the repair and hospital hospitalships hospitnlships hospitalships
ships 4000 tons each the twelve de destroyers deI destroyers ¬
I stroyers 500 tons each or a total offrom of offrom offrom
from 105000 to 110000 tons and it Is Isa isa isa
a very serious problem to provide this thisfuel thisfuel thisfuel
fuel It must be remembered that no nocoaling nocoaJlng nocoaling
coaling stations are open and it is nec necessary necessary necessary ¬
essary for the fleet to carry its own ownsupply ownsuppJy ownsupply
supply Every ship started out with withfull withfun withfull
full bunkers which will be sufficient sufficientto i ito
to take them to t some point on the thenorth j jnorth Inorth
north African coast where they can j jfind I II
I find plenty of secluded bays and inletsin Inlets i iin Iin J
in which they can coal from the col colllers coltiers j jHers 1 1The I
Hers The second supply lv will carrythem carry carrythem carrythem
them through the Red sea and theywill they theywill theywill
will have to find some safe place downthere down downthere downthere
there to renew the supplies Then Thenthey Thenthey Thenhey
they can go to Sumatra and there take takeenough takeenough takenough
enough to carry them to the Philip Phsiipines Philippines Phillppines ¬
pines ines where they can find plenty of ofharbors otharbors ofiarbors
harbors that are safe from storm but butare butare butire
are scarcely safe from the Japanese Japanesefleet Japanesefleet 3apanesefeet
fleet From that time on it will be a amatter amntterof anatter
matter mntterof of fighting fightingThe
The two colliers In the list can carry carryscarcely cart7scarcely carryearcely
I scarcely + enough for one coaling anddays and andrelays andrelays
relays will have to be sent at frequent frequentt
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V YRIRdp4laYyt µ AgYNwMYiOfd MMWMiMMM11NJCflib MWY MWYIntervals
Intervals to overtake or meet the fleesIt fleet fleetIt fleetIt
It will be necessary to have at atleast atleastten least leastten leasten
ten colliers for this service for be besides b bsides bsides ¬
sides what the fleet itself can carry carrynot carrynot carr carrnot
not less than 50000 tons of coal will willbe willbe wilbe
be needed and the ordinary collier can cannot cannot cannot ¬
not carry more m le than 5000 tons Then Thenwhen Thenwhen Thewhen
when the fleet reaches the scene of ofwar ofwar o owar
war it must have plenty of fuel hand handor handy handyor
or it will ill be helpless helplessA
A large number of Japanese torpedo torpedoboats torpedoboats torpedboats
boats and destroyers have ba ye disappeared disappearedand
and nobody knows what bat has become of ofthem ofthem o othem
them It is suspected that they may maybe ma mabe
be lying off the coast of Africa some somewhere somewbere somewhere ¬ I
where waiting for the Russians to tocome toeome ti ticome
come down that way It would be beeasy beeaSj b beasy
easy for the Japanese to follow the theRussians theRussians thiRussians
Russians with a mosquito fleet fll t not notonly notonl noonly
only onl for the purpose of watching thenmovements their theirmovements theirmovements
movements and keeping the authors authorities uuthorities authorsties ¬
ties at Tokyo informed as to theIr theiiwhereabouts theIrwhereabouts the thewhereabouts
whereabouts but to fire an occasional occasionaltorpedo occasionaltorpedo occasionatorpedo
torpedo or drop a floating mine in their theircourse theIrcourse theicourse
course courseIt
It is the popular opinion that Admi Admiral Admiml tdmiral ¬
ral Rojestvensky will spend the win winter winter winter ¬
ter cruising about on tropical waters waterstrying waterstryIng watertrying
trying his ships training his men and andgetting andgetting anc ancgetting
getting everything ready for a resump resumption resumption resumption ¬
tion of hostilities in the spring But Butwherever Butwhereer Butwherever
wherever he goes and whatever he hedoes hedoes h hdoes
does it will be always necessary to tolook tolook ti tilook
look out for the enemy Such delib eleUberate deliberate 4eUberate ¬
erate cruising is considered absolutely absolutelynecessary absolutellnecessary bsolu 1y 1ynecessary
necessary to put the fleet In shape fogbattle for forbattle forbattle
battle because the ships would scarce scarcely s scarcely rce rcely ¬
ly be in fighting trim If they were to tomake tomake tcmake
make a quick voyage direct to the thescene thescene theeycene
scene of hostilities The Russians have haveno haveno
I no Oregons or men like Captain Cladand Clark Clarkand Clarkand
and his crew and after 15000 or 1800miles 18000 18000miles 18000miles
miles of cruising all the vessels in the thefleet theI thefleet
I fleet will require a good deal of overhauling over overhauling Oerhauling ¬
hauling even if they are not compelled compelledto
to fight their way through throughIt
It is scarcely probable that the Japa Japanese Japanese Japanose ¬
nese will let the Baltic fleet come very verynear verynear
I Inear
near the Yellow sea It is doubtful ifthey if ifthey j jthey
they allow the Russians to even e en enter enterthe enterthe enterthe
the Pacific without a battle They Theywill Theywill Theywill
will know every movement Everystep Every Everystep I Istep
step of the Baltic fleet will be reported reportedand i iand
and within a few weeks when the cold coldweather coldweather coldweather
weather sets In most of the Japaneseships Japanese Japaneseships Japaneseships
ships may be released from the block blockade blockade blockade ¬
ade of Port Arthur and will be free to tocruise tocruise tccruise
cruise southward In search of the en enemy enemy enemy ¬
emy The following Is a list of vessels vesselsIn
In the Japanese navy available for that thatpurpose thatpurpose thatpurpose
purpose purposeBattleships purposeBattleshJpsMIkasa purposeBattleshfpeMikaaa
Battleships BattleshJpsMIkasa MIkasa Asahi Shlkishlma ShlkishlmaYashlma ShUdsbtmaI ShikishmaYashima
Yashlma Fuji Chin YenArmored Yen YenArmored YenArmored
I
Armored Cruisers CroisersAdsuma Adsuma Yakumo YakumoIwate YakumoIwate YakumoIwate I
Iwate Idsumo Tokiwa Asama Kasaga KasagaNlasin KasagaNlasln
Nlasin NlaslnProtected NlasinProtected 104 asin asinProtected
Protected Cruisers Kasagi ChitoseItsukushima Chitose ChltoseItsukushlma ChitoseItsukushlma
Itsukushlma Hashldate Matsushima MatsushtmaTnkasago MatsushimaTnkasago MatsushimaTakasago
Tnkasago Naniwa Takashiho Akltshu AkltsbuehJma Akitshushtma Akltshuchlma
chlma Idsuml Akashi Suma ChiyodaNittaka Chlyoda ChlyodaNlitaka ChiyodnNUtaka
Nlitaka Tsushima TsushimaUnprotected TsushtmaUnprotectcd TsushimaUnprotected
Unprotected Cruisers CrulscrsYaayarna Yayayama Ta Takao Takao Takao
kao Tenriu Katsuragi Yamato Musashl MusashiTsukushi MusashlTsukushi MusashlTstIkushl
TsukushiTorpedo Tsukushi TsukushiTorpedo TstIkushlTorpedo
Torpedo Boat Destroyers troyersShlrakumo troyersShlrakumoAsashio Shirakumo ShirakumoAsashio ShirakumoAsashio
Asashio Harusame Murasame Akatsukl AkatsukiKasumi AkatsuklKasuml AkatsuklKasumi
Kasumi Ikatsuchi Inadsuma AkebonoSazanami AkebonoSazanami Akebono AkebonoSazanami
Sazanami Oboro Shinnonome Muraku Murakumo i imo
mo Yuglrl Shlranul Kagero UsugumoAsagiri Usugumo UsugumoAsagirl j
Asagirl Hayatori Ryeshetelnl RyeshetelnlThe I IThe
The Russian fleet at Port Arthur can cangive cangiTe cangive
give the ships of Admiral Rojestven Rojestvenaky
aky no assistance The Gromoboi and andthe andthe andthe
the RossIa which made so much trou trouble trouble trouble ¬
ble and did so much damage for a little lit little 11ttle ¬
tle while are now not only hors du ducombat ducombat ducombat
combat but are frozen up in the harbor har harbor barbor ¬
bor of Vladivostok VladivostokMINING VladivostokMINING VladivostokMINING
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MINING LAND ON A TABLE TABLESquare TABLEMany f fMan7
Many Square Miles Reproduced na naCenterpiece WICenterpiece asCenterpiece
Centerpiece at n Dinner DinnerThe DinnerThe 1 1The
The east room of the WaldorfAsto WaldorfAstoria ¬ f frIa
ria hotel in New York was decorated decoratedthe
the other night to represent the principal princi principal princIpal ¬
pal features topographical and indus industrial industrial industrial ¬
trial of several hundred square squ re miles milesof
of British Columbia mining country countrysays countrysays countrysays
says the New York Tribune The oc occasion occasIon occasion ¬
casion was a dinner to the officers andprincipal and andprincipal I
principal stockholders of ii Boston and andMontreal andMontreal andMontreal
Montreal mining company who recent recently ¬
ly returned from a visit to the com companys cornponys ¬ f fpnnys
panys properties propertiesA
A few days ago the managers of the thecompany thecompany
company brought Manager Barse of ofthe ofthe ofthe I
the Waldorf a set of photographs of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the country about Boundary falls They Theysaid Theyamid Theysaid
said they wanted anted something new in inthe inthe inthe
the way of a centerpiece for the companys com companys comtmnys ¬
panys annual dinner Oscar Tschirky Tschirkythe Tschirkythe
the chef of the hotel put his artists at atwork atwork atwork
work and the result was a faithful re reproduction reproduction reproduction ¬
production of the entire mining dis district district district ¬
trict The mines half hidden in for forests forests forsts ¬
ests of evergreens were faithfully reroduced re reproduced reproduced ¬
produced The big smelters of the thecompany thecompan theompany
company with piles of ore orewere were weresmoking weresmoking j jsmoking
smoking in their relative positions and andthe andthe andlie
the narrow gauge railroad by which whichthe whichthe whichhe
the officers had reached the mines was wasreproduced waseproduced I Ireproduced
reproduced The ore was actually tak taken takn I Ien
en n from the mines minesTbe The British flag flagend j jand I Iand
and that of the Dominion were flying flyingn j jin i iin
in n various places and no detail was wastoo wastoo
too 00 small to be faithfully worked outhe out outThe t tThe
The he mining camp was reproduced even evento I Ito
to 0 the signs on the toy saloons and andrestaurants andestaurants f
restaurants and the Northwest mount mounted ¬ I Ied
ed d policemen patrolling the streets It Itwas Itvas I Iwas
was one of the most elaborate table tabledecora tablelecora I
decoraJons decora lions ever worked out at any hoei ho hotel ¬
tel
Smart t Waistcoats For Men MenI IenI I
I notice a fashion among the ultra ultrasmart ultrasmart ultrasmart
smart well dressed men who have havetheir haveheir J JI Jtheir I
their white waistcoats for evening eveningiress eveningdress l lLress
dress cut very low right to the bottom bottomaf
af f the shirt front and then fastened fastenedvith fastenedwilli
vith two buttons which are generally generallyjeweled generallyjeweled generallyeweled
jeweled the ends of the waistcoats waistcoatscoming waistcoatscoming waistcoatsoming
coming in long points says the LonLon Lon London London ¬
don correspondent of the New N ew York YorkHerald YorkHerald Yorkherald
Herald The rolled revers of the waist waistcoats waistcoats waistoats ¬
coats are not ironed flat back but form form3uite formcite formquite
quite a turnover in the old fashioned fashionedjtyle fashionedstyle fashionedtyle
style worn by Count dOrsay Of Ofcourse Otcourse Ofourse
course the vest est demands perfect cut cuting cutting cutLa
ting La and perfect washing and then the theiffect theffect I
effect is extremely smart There is andency a aendency atendency
tendency too toward the use of two twotuds twostuds twotads
studs instead of one oneWidowhood oneWidowhood oneWidowhood
Widowhood In Korea KoreaWidows KorenWid KoreaWidows
Widows Wid ws in Korea never remarry no nonatter nomntter noratter
ratter how young they may be Even Evenhough Eventhough Evenlough
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month s they may not take ta e a second secondmsband secondhusband
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refined of fats especially especiallyprepared especiallyprepared especiallyprepared
prepared for easy eas digestion digestionFeeding digestionFeeding digestionFeeding
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way which is often the onlyway only onlyway onlyI
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Scotts Emulsion does more morethan morethan morethan
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I thing about the combination combinationof
of cod liver oil and hypophos hypophosphites hypophosI
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I that puts new life into the theweak theveak theweak
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