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New York, Dec. 17. A spcclnl In
(ho 'limes from Washington Bn:
Tho territory until recently In dis
pute between llrnill nnd Frnnco, nml
which linn been dewed to belong to
llrnill, may shortly become "tlm miiIi
Ject between Krnnco nnil the Unlteil
States under tlio Monroe doctrine.
This territory, lylnK Boutli of French
Oulnnn, In the Ilrnzlllan state of I'nrn,
and containing lUu.OOQ square miles,
was claimed liy llrnill ntul Krnnco,
nnil Switzerland: wns made arbitrator,
Her decision was In fnuir of llrnill.
It Ih now reported thnt some French
nnnnclera, nntlcliuitliiK thnt tho decls-
Ion would lie fnvurnble to 1'rnnce. linil
already imested their cnpltnl In thin
territory. They nro now. It Is mild,
trying to engineer n deal hy which the
Krcncli Government will liny this Inml
The stnto department hns absolutely
no Knowledge on tho sullied. Its at
tention has, however, bocn called o
the mntter, nnd tho attempt of tho
French capitalists to secure govern
ment alii In getting their money hack
will ho watched with Interest. There
Is hardly nny question. It Is said at tho
department, that such action would 'jo
n violation of thn Monroo doctrlno nnd
would enll forth n protest from tho
Ab long ns the claim was In Its
original form Krnnco might havo
claimed that sho wns simply rectify
ing her boundaries, nnd that tho Unit
ed States could not object t thnt
liven In thnt cntte, n rectification of
boundaries which Involved an nren of
100,000 gquaro mllen would bo closely
scrutinized. Franco ha", however, for
feited the right to tinko that claim
liv submitting tho matter to tho nr-
bltrntlon of Switzerland and getting
nnd ndversc decision The territory
has been olllclallv declared by tho
Swiss tribunal to bo outside tho boun
dnrlcB of French Oulnna.
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York, Dec. 17. A dispatch
Journal and Advertiser from
Tho cross of tho Legion of Honor
has been conferred upon Mme. Ucros
thorn, wife of tho Austrian chargo d'af
faires at I'eklnK. for her heroic con
duct nnd asslstnncc to the French dur
ing tho siege of tho legation.
Only one other foreign woman hai
been thus decorated. Sho Is Mario
Schellenck, a Helgtnn woman, who dis
guised her box nnd Joined Nnpoleon's
nrmy ns n private Boldler nnd beenmo
n corporal, a sergeant nnd then n lieu
tenant. Sho served seventeen yenrs,
went through twolvo campaigns and
was eight times wounded. Nnpoleon
decorated her personnily In 1808
This Napoleonic ntialr Is recalled in
tho decoration of Mndnmo llerosthorn,
who, with her husband, Is rewarded
for their personal bravery In defending
Ing tho French legation nftcr Minister
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Brltlnh PplHonePR Relenucd.
London, Dec. 16. The following
dispatch hns been received by tho
war oftlco from Lord Kitchener:
Pretoria, Dec. IB. Five offle'rs
and 31C men, Magllesuerg prisoners,
hnvn been released.,
"Tho Iloers surrounded nnd enptured
120 of Brilliant's Horse In a defllo In
"Colonel Dlomfleld. moving on ,Vry
held, defeated tho Doers with heavy,
loss, driving them from 8chceper'a
Nek and capturing a quantity of arms.
Tho Schcoper's Nek movements occur
red December 13th.
Tho Doers who attacked Vryhold
on December 10th lost 100 killed and
wounded beforo they retired. Tho
fighting lasted all day, tho enemy
drawing off at 7:30 p. m. Tho Drltlsh
loss wns bIx killed, nineteen wounded
nnd thirty missing. Our casualties in.
elude two officers, who died of their
New York, Dec. 17. A dispatch
to the Journal and Advertiser from
Cnrdlnal Vaughan has Issued a pas
toral letter on tho mibjcct of Chinese
massacres, declaring thnt tho political
encroachments of kuropenn powers,
especially Germany and RuRsln. are
largely responslblo for tho recent up
risings. Tho Cardinal's letter Is sup
posed to bo Inspired by tho Vatican.
"While the social upheaval of China
wns primarily n rovolt ngalnst Christ
ianity. Its most recent phaso was
roused into activity by tho encroach
ments of foreign powers, notably Ger
many and Kussln. on Chinese terri
tory, by tho reactionary policy of tho
empress dowager and by the encour
agements given the natho secret so
clctles to combat tho reforms promul'
gated by tho emperor.
The murder of two Germnn ml
slonnrlqa In Shan Tung being made a
pretext for tho seizure by Germany,
shows how well tho noil was pre;nred,
oven antecedently, for tho causes enu
merated for tho more extensive move
ments thnt followed.
"Tho danger to which Christians In
Chlnn nro likely to bo exposed In con
sequence of foreign nggresslon. Is
thoroughly renllzed by thoso Interest
ed In missions, nnd wns pointed out
In one of our church magazines ns far
back as May, 1898.
'Tho action of Germany In seeking
territorial compensation was especi
ally referred to an llkclv to lead to
Identification In tho heatnen mini! of
western rellgon with western poli
ticians. This hns literally come to
nnsB, rendering tho recent upheaval
doubly formidable, ns a romhlnntlon
of fanatical fury with polltlcnl hatred
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INVESTIGATE ALASKA JUDGE
Washington, Dec. 17. In the
Sonato today Mr. Carter of Montana
Introduced a resolution calling upon
the judlclncy committee to investiento
anil roport to tho Sonato tho fucts In
tho mntter of tlio ennrges ngninsr.
Juuso Noyes of Alaska. Tho resolu
tion Is more compreuonsivo than mat
presented by Mr. Urlck of Indiana
in tho House, nnd covers allegations
previous to tho appointment of Judge
Noyes. It was refcrrcil to the juciici
fl"ho 8enato nt 1:20 p. m. went Into
executive session for tho further con
sldcratlon of t(io Hay-Pnuncofoto
DIVIDB Oil WUT'S FORCE
Maseru, Dec. 17. It appears that
DoWet's forces wcro twico repulsed
beforo breaking through tho llrltlsh
lines In tho neighborhood of Thnbnn
chit. In tho third attnek I)oVet led
in porson. With a fow determined
men ho charged nnd broko tho llrltlsh
lines, tho rest of the commnndo fol
lowing. He wns forced, howover, to
lcava In tho hands of tho llrltlsh a ID
noiinder and llftcon wnsons with nnv
munition nnd stores. Commandant
iiaashrnek, with a commando nnd two
guns, tried to get through Spring
kantsck, but was driven back, losing
Berlin, Dec. 17. Emperor WITllau
In his speech yesterday on tho occa
sion of tho reception given huro to a
portion of the German contingent
which recently nrrlved from China,
said to tho returned soldiers:
With nnxlouB forebodings nnd heavy
heart I witnessed jour departure from
tho fnthorland. Tho offorts which
nwnlted you could bo foreseen. I'"or
what you havo effected I offer you my
thanks In the nnmo of tho entire fath
erland. You havo under nil clrcum
Btnnces uphold our oath to tho Hag.
I 'am firmly convinced that each has
dono his duty In the hour of noed.
Vim hnvn not iet uulvered: no haiid
has trembled. Thus wero tho victories
gained. None nmong you enn know
with how great Joy tho nows wns re
ceived of your victories, in which tho
nrmy and navy together wero con
cerned. "Yes. tho treat emnoror-klng by
whoso stntuo you havo marched today
now looks down upon you. Tho help
of God. which has hitherto been with
us, will contlnuo on our siao niso in
His majesty also rerorreu 10 mo
comrades who are still In tho far cast.
BEWEEt C6., LIB.,
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LIST OP OFFICERS
M. Cooke. President! Qeorra
Kobertaou, Manager) E. F. Malta
Treasurer and Secretary; Col, W. I
Allen, Audit ir; P. C. Jones, H. Watar
house, Geo. K. Carter, Director!.
list Juno in lluiuiania nf rat.
IT CtkfS ULniH SmJ lo'
'UOOkLIT NO 1 " AJiren
floiincllc l.laatlc Truaa Co,,
6jo Mitktl SirMl. San I kASCIsco
London, Dec. 17. Discussing tho
nttltudo of tho United States Senate
relatlvo to tho Hay-Pauncefoto treaty,
tho Westminster Oasetto Bays today
thnt It Is perfectly nntural that tho
United KtnU-ii should dcslro to enact
guarantees against tho uso of tlio Nic
aragua canal by an enemy In tho event
of war. The article In question no-
rlares thnt liecauso Amoncn desires
a concession thnt Is not snfllclent rea
son for making It without being given
nn oaulvnlent In return, nnd suggests
thnt "11 wny out of tun dllllciilty l to
settlo tho vexatious Alnsknn boundary
ngiilnBt tho abrogation of the Pin) ton
Thn Kvnlna Hullotln. 71 -unts pa
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