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ALLIES AGAIN BATTLE
IN ADVANCE ON PEKING
Movement Is Well Under Way and Victory Gaired
at Pietsang Heavy Losses Reported
Washington Officers Fear for
Conger-China Given Fair
Washington, Aug. C. The following resistance that would be continued 'o
cablegrams hale been receded nt the I the 8atrs of l'cklK " hejond. It waj
.,,,., Itirsed In support of this ilew that t!ia
Nnvy Department: ., . . , . , . .
v Chinese had 11 hundred men to oa
"Chefoo, Aug. 6. Uureau of N'rv -1 Kalri8t one of tl.o allies, that they were
gatlon, Washington: lirltlsh Kame re-! well nrmed with modern buiis and !.nd
ports unoinclnlly engaRemeut at Pel- apparently an abundance of anmninl
Ning Sunday morning, 3 to 10:..fl lion. It Is stand that nmili npiirehen
o'clotk. Allied loss, killed and wound- slon exists among those coniersant
ed, 1200, ehlelt) Russians ami Japan
ese. Chinese retreating.
"Chefoo, Aug. C Uureau Nailgi
tlon, Washington: Oniclat leport li
licied reliable; about lC.ooo allies
heavily engaged Chinese nt I'eltsang
dallght of 5th. "UKMI3Y."
Taussig, who signed the nrst mess
nge is In command of the Vorktown,
which Is nt Chefoo.
The announcement received through
Itenr Admiral Itemey and Commander
Taussig of reported heavy fighting 011
the rher beyond Tien Tsln was 1'ic
news of Intcrext In the Chinese sltm
tlon. I.lttle doubt was expressed at the
Nniy Depaitmint Hint the news wns
It Is probable n later report may r5
duce the list of casualties nmong the
International forces, but It Is eildc-.it
that the moe on Peking Is nt last
falrlj under way and that strong op
position hns been uuoiintcrcd. The
Wnr Department, which has been ret!
cent for scleral dajs as to news from
the sent of wnr, admitted today when
the naial despatches were received,
that the announcement of the batUe
was not unexpected. Opinion nmo-ig
the various oIllclalH now In Washlnt,-
ton Is somewhat divided as to Just wl ai
Is presaged by todavV events. The
more optimistic ale Inclined to think
that such a severe blow as the C'lflniie
must have received at Pettsang will
result In tho speedy disintegration nl
the forces now opposing the mnnh c(
the nllles. In line with this predlctlor.
It wns said that the Chinese govern
ment would find means to send the
Ministers from Peking under cseivt
nnd thus still e off the advance upon
On the other hand a number of
ofllclnls In n position to Judge equally
well held thnt the tight at Pel trans
wns only the beginning of a strenuous
FromWashingtonj To Their Ministers
Washington, Aug. 8. Tho 1111 si..ig.) ( Washington. Aug. S. Minister W11
from Minister Cemger brings the Chi- this morning iccclved an edict, under
lie so situation to Its most critical stag" date of August Bill In which the Ciil-
iind the authorities In Washington re-
gnrd the matter as one of great gravl- to hold open nnd free communication
t. The tire aware that nothing but with their Mlnlstns This Inchides t.ie
the most vigorous nt tlon can meet tin sending of cipher messages,
conditions, save the Ministers and oth- The Chinese Mlnlstt r has also reeelv
ei foreigners In Peking, and nvert wnr ed 11 copj'if tho Imperial edict of All
ot long duration. After n conference KIM 2d, W,ici, , delnjed In tr.ms
of the men in ehaige of the diplomatic mission. It directs the safe conduct of
and mllltnry nffalrs, In vvhleli Presl- the foreigners to Tien Tsln and assigns
di nt McKlnley participated on the long Jung l.u to select eltlclent oniclnls to
distance telephone, It wns decided to j-e t8 conduct,
send a message to Consul (loner il .
(oodnow, repeating the contents of the '
Conger message, nnd advising him thut
the situation wns srlous and 11 crisis
had been reached.
He wns directed to communicate the
fact to I.I Hung Chang, to Sheng and
other Chinese olllelals, who weie 10
transmit It to the Government of Chi
na with a Mixing representation thnt
the piesent situation was now liitokv
uble nnd could not be continued with
out the most scilous lesults It Is un
derstood that the dispatch wns prnctl
call) an ultimatum, and nn (inly re
ply wax demanded The answer Is ex
pected dining the day or evening, mil
It probably will determine the future
action of tills Gov eminent.
It Ih mm tuition il In' tlin Wnr n...
pnrtment ofllelals that tho International
forces now operating along the Pel rlv
er can reach Peking In time to rescue
the Ministers If active hostilities should
begin against the legntioners by the
Imperial troops. So serious do ti
olllcinlH regard the situation that It Is
bcllcied by some there Is greater safe
ty for the Mlnlsteis nnd other foreign
ers to accept an escoit of the Imperial
army to Tien Tsln thnn to remain in
Peking If wnr should be declared.
The Information received through
the Chinese Minister regarding h
opening of communication between the
Mlnlsteis nnd their governments U
the ono iny of hope In tho situation
Whethci the promises contained In tlu
edict will bn made good ought to 'in
speedily known, and If communication
Is established, the most serious con&c
ciuences may be averted Although
theio havo been IntlmuUons before
thnt such communication would bo es
tablished, this Is the Ilrst time that II
has appeared In the fmm of nn Im
Ah a result of this latest eommiinici.
tlon fiom the Chlneso Government and
tho messngo sent to Consul General
Gnodnnw', the United Btntcg Govern
ment Is now In n waiting attitude, hop
ing for tho best, but npprehensl(e of
the gravest possibilities.
with Orientnl nrTulis nt tho reappear
ance in Peking politics of that rabid
nnti-forelgn faniittr I.t Ping Hcng. I
Is understood thnt his appearance In
Peking affairs may hale had some
thing to do with the Shnnghnl rumor
of,I.I Hung Chang's suicide. It Is
j tain that with 1,1 IMng Heng nnd I'
1 ualn In control of the c!e facto govern
ment In China a religious wnr of der-
lull-like fanaticism will be wage I
ngalnst all foreigners nnd friends of
the more liberal Chinese statesmen arc
exceeding! anxious as to their fate un
der the Tunn-I.l regime.
The War Department Is In receipt of
a despatch from (lenernl MacArtliur
announcing that lie has shipped addi
tional artillery supplies to Taku ro
use In the Chinese campaign.
These supplies Include several flit
ling guns nnd n howitzer siege train
from Manila which up to date has i
nialned useless in the Philippines on
neioiint of the bad roads. How muon
better (lenernl Clintfee may be nble to
handle thiw monster gum through tlw
almost Impassable rice swamps of Chi
nn no one at the Wnr Department was
willing to guess, but his rerent dls
patch contained nn urgent appeal for
more nrtlllcr and he is getting It.
The experts at the War Department
sny that If It comes to the bombard-
ment of Peking these B-lni-h rllles nnd
7-Inch howitzers, with their enormous
bursting charges of high explosives,
will be the most effective battering
weapons in the International column.
Minister W11 left Washington on Sat
urday for Cape May nnd remained away
from Washington today, although It
had been expected to return on Sun
day night. The Chinese legation word
nn nlr of desolation nnd desertion
throughout the day and nil Interroga
tions of the Chinese In chnrge were int
with the response thnt there wns no
news or sign of nny.
.Can Send Messages
nesc (ioicrnmcnt permit the nowe-a
In Hot Pursuit
Of Imperial Troops
London, Aug. fc. I'ndcr date of Au
gust l. th Admiral Urine has adilsed the
homo government of the unices of th'j
allies In the late lighting. He t.ia
"The allliK, about lU.uiu) strong, ut
tacKcd the Chinese enticnched posi
tion nt Hslku, nboiit two miles outside
Tien Tsln early this morning Tho
Chinese were drlien out and ret I red
noithwiird, pursued b the nllles, who
occupied Peltsang Transports fol
I lowed up the tumps. Ily road and
rU".t,,c ",Uunu ",,m VuMn hB"
Conger Is Exhorted
To Be of Good Cheer
Washington, Aug 8. The govern
ment has ndvlsed Minister Conger cf
the approach of the relief column and
exhorted him to be nf good cboer. To
Consul (lenernl Goodnovv was cabled ai.
emphatic statement of Hie position of
this government npprcuchlng close to
an ultimatum and wiving Hint immedi-
ate action hv t lie Clilnese Government
Is iiecessar He was directed to com
municate this to Id Hung Chung mil
either olllelals, who can transmit It to
whatevei government exists.
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