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THE PROGRESSIVE AMERICAN PAPER
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THE PEOPLE'S PAPER.
ta tn m ra n m ra lu r 1
Vor., X. No. 1822.
HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, TUESDAY. APRIL 23 1901.
Piuon 5 Oknth.
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S" v m "
dr. 1 wm
Has No Fight Against
Bow Wongs $t
'GIVES HIS REASONS
N . FOR WANT OF FAITH
Tells an Interesting Story of the First
Effort tolFounda Chinese
Dr. 3. Y, Sun, the Chinese soldier o(
fortune and dreamer df a future Chi
nese Republic, docs not desire fa con
troversy with tho local Pow Wqngffand
as an cvldeuco of his sincerity talked
frankly to a Dulletlu reporter of hit
part In tho China raids last fall.
I can rcadllv clvo the foundations .
lor my lack of .confidence In tho Dow j
Wong organization," said tho doctor,
"but I want It understood that my re
marks arc more In the naturo of an ex
pression of disappointment, than on
of criticism or fault' finding attack.
"It was well known umoug tho sup
porters of the Young China organlza'
tlon thnt the Dow Wone leaders were,
secretly planning for an uprising last
Kcntembcr to aid tho cause of the Em-
to aid tno cause 01 me urn- ' " ...... ... ,uv ini.n ......
night say, In passing, that my brother here, has no confidence In
icrely the ipparent purpose ! me. I wish to say that 1 am on tho
. is... 1'lintit rtt Inrma ullli mv hrntrini ntiil tltn
pcror. I m
thU was morelv
of the proposed movement, tho real
purpose of the Dow Wongs Is revolu-
tlon to overturn the present Imperial,
iviui.tv nn,l tdaea Knnn Yu Wcl. who1
Is now at Slngaporo upon the throne. I
"It was In September, when tho Dow
Wongs were going to strike. The
Young China clement resolved to strike j
in .tnlftnn with this futnnnseillv tttrousl
revolutionary action. We had no strict '
common end In view but wanted to
lUilllU WllllUVI MU.UMYUbU W".V. .
from simultaneous action. I had tbs
direction of ! modest furcc of f!00 men,1
organlxed In Hongkong. With this!
forte, It was my Intention lo maice a After tho opening ceremonies In th
dash against Wal Chow. We calculated , ji0U8C thg mornlug. Deckiey reported
that the Imperial troops would bol for tho Committee of I'ubllc Health on
rushed to a distant pvlnco to quell ' Houso bill 67, relative to tho treatment
the Dow Wong uprising. We expect-1 0j leprosy. They advised that the bill
ed to conquer tho province of Koo Kin j ,,aBHi bKhtly amended. Ewallko con
nnd from that as a base, extend our cun-cd. but objected to ono amendment.
military operations, this was io nave
been the beginning of tho Chinese Re
"September came and passed and
thcie was no movement on tho part of
the Dow Wongs. Wo were told to give
them moro time, but my men hnd gath
ered for action within thirty days. It
was strike then or not at all. The Im
perial troops to tho number of 4000
men wore sent against us, It having
been reported that wo had a forco of
2000 n.en. Instead of the Dow Wongs
serving to divert nttontlon from us,
their lnck of action mndo our movc-
ment conspicuous. An attack of a
squad of 200 Imperial poldters against
a village In which eighty of our fol
lowers were stationed .forced tho Issue.'
The Wnl Chow uprising wns on. There
followed twenty dayB of hard fighting
In which we lost but five men "and
came out winners In every engagement.
When wo started, wo had ammunition
sufficient for only one or two fights.
Our victories brought us guns and
ammunition and added followers. Wo
kept up tho fight, In hopes that the
promised Dow Wong outbreak would
come glvlug a chance for success. It
failed to materialize nnd realizing tho
hopelessness of the struggle, I order
ed our forces to retire This was done
immediately at the close of a victori
"Wo lost five men In battlo and af
terward one of our leaders wns cap
tut cd and executed. Tho government
executed many Innocent pcoplo In vil
lages, which had been conquered by our
"I know that $700,000 wns spent by
the leaders of tho Dow Wongs last
year. At ono time, I supposed this
money was paid out to mercenaries for
tho uprising. Ab nothing was done, It
Buyers are beginning to
realize more and more that
Is to be unquestionably
The Ucbi. Suburb
1 oo.ooo wonli of these choice
home llci havs been bmigiit
since the auction s'llr of March
aird, You will luve a better
lecton for yourself If you let
us thaw you the ground tills
I" Ira TsffKBITtoifl 'i-A(
l I'll1 i 'i 'Mlil'll1 III
Of ClIHtiC ft I,MI1N(10C
Syracuse, X. Y April 13, Tho Globe
Navigation Company will bo Incorpor
ated at Trenton, N, J to own nnd'opcr
ate steam and sailing vessels sailing
from Seattle to.Pacinc Coast, Alaskan,
-Hawaiian, Australian , Japaneso and
Chlneso portv The capital, 1,000,000,
Is all sutiscrtbed. ThreoL30Q0rtoa
steamships In Atlantic rorts have been
purchased and will tall ;' for Scattlo
within ten days. ,
Tho omccrs of the company are: Wil
liam Nottingham, Syracuse, president!
J. W. Cllse, Seattle, vlco president and
resident manager; l.yiunii C. Smith,
Syracuse, treasurer; W. v. Urown, To
ledo, secretary. Tho other stockholders
are: H. S. Holdcn, W. A. Holden. W. Ii.
Smith, A. T. Brown and II. S. Wilkln
sonof Syracuse and C. H. Ilahcack of
Is' Imposslblo to guess what becamo of
the money. Thero Is dirscnslon among
tho How Wong leaders at Singapore.
And at one tlmo In tho Wal Chow re-
bolllon friends of mine secured prom
tses of armed aid from How Wong sol'
dlers. These soldiers never appeared.
"Theso are my reasons for being crl
tlcal of the How Wong movement. I
directed the military operations of the
twenty-day Wal Chow rebellion. I was
In Hongkong part of tho time, moving
back and forth between that place and
"It has been stated In tho papers that
best of terms with my brother nnd tho
statement Is unfounded.
Askod as to tho future plans for
creating a Chlneso Ilcinibllc. Dr. Sun
enlil: "It would not do for mo to speak
oi mai. ' ""' t i" "
UiIhk to tho enemy."
The Committee on Public Lands re
ported on Houso bill "o, authorizing
the operation of an electric street rail
way In Hllo. ndvlscd that the bill 1p
The Public Lands Con
cd on Monsarrat's bill
on liquor, advised that
as a baso of larger revenue. Makcjuiu, .
as the minority, advised that section
raising the tax from $1000 to $3000, bo
Monsarrat stntcd, "Inconsistency, thy
pame Is the Legislature of Hawaii," II J
would rather postpono the bill thau
lower tho license.
Makckau said he was a liquor dealer,
and would not be able to contlnuo In
the business. Dickey moved that his
vote bo denied him as be, had a vital
personal Interest In tho measure. Tho'
report was tabled to be considered with
Tho Public Lands Commlttco advised
that (1400 bo given for building Im
provements in Puna. This commlttco
suggested that tho sum of $15,000 bo
appropriated for the extension of Queen
street to Kallhl stream. Tabled.
Tho Public Health Committee report
ed on the Anti-cremation bill. If
amended us the commlttco suggests,
tho Hoard of Health may order bodies
cremated. The report v.-as tabled to bs
taken up with the' bill.
The House then took tho usual noon
It wis ladles' night with the Elks.
Tho reception to the wives and feml-
tilno friends of tho offices of tho Grand
Lodgo nnd the members of Honolulu
Lodco of E Iks wns veil at tho Lowers
residence occupied by Dr. and Mrs. C
II, Cooper ut Walklkl last evening.
Tho beautiful summer homo was
prettily decorated with flowers, ferns
and multi-colored llghti. Purple, the
color of the order was conspicuous in
Ilia decoration. A pair of elk antlers
were nbovo the cntran'.o.
Mrs. Cooper received thu guests, be
ing assisted by Mrs. Jerome 11. Tlsher
and Mrs. W. 1 Kennedy, Tho l.llu
and their Indies Hindu ft largo com-
pnny but all were comfortably "''l
for. The evening was devoted to dime -
lug, In song iiml dellshtful refresh -
incuts. Holos wcru suiu by Mrs. . I',
Kennedy awl Mrs
. .. ... . . .. ..,..,
.(eioiini ii. iisiii i
uml Mrs. 0. I), Cooper
Music fur tlw
dniir.' wns by inn Hawaiian iiiniei.
,t II o'clock the KIK souiini-il nllil
(lie iijnreve must "l iih'iil liiolli-
cr was dnink siaiidiiig.
TIIU WATKIIMAN IDI'JAI. I'OIIN
TAIN PUN. All M, ll shapes, II
I', WJCIIMIN '
ELKS B H
Postive Request Made
by Minister at
Japan Guarantees an International
Force to Assist China in Pre
1'ckliig, April H. Iviymura Youtara
the Japanese Minister, accompanied b)
Oonornl Yamagulchl, the Jipancso
commander, recently called upon l'rluco
Chlng and notified him thnt the return
of Emperor Kwang Hsu to Peking was
urgently desired, l'rlncc Chlng was
Informed that' tho Emperor's wishes
would be respected by the foreign rep
resentatives nnd that every courtesy
would be shown him. It was pointed
out to the Chinese plenipotentiary that
the Emperor's return wis of the high-
est Importance as nff.-etlng the main.
tcnanco of the Integrity of the Chlneso
empire, and that he chould come ac
companied by every available soldier,
by at least 20,00(1 men It possible.
These tronns. It was further contend
ed by tho Japanese Minister, must '
kciil Into Muiicnurln, ns the Russians
reported great dlslurbjnccs there, and
It was not right thnt tho task of quell
ing the trouble should I." thrown upon
the shoulders of one nation. Finally
I'rlnco Chlng wns assured that If tho
20,000 Chinese troups rould not sup
press the disorders In Manchuria other
I'owcrs would send an International
force to cooperate with China, which
nil the Towers regarded as a friendly
No reply having been received to this
communication. 1.1 Hung Chang wns
today notified to tho tpiuc effect and
told that Hmperor Kwang Hsu must
give an Immediate answer.
i IMD 1
Washington, April 9. -The I'ostofflcu
Department hi rapidly extending the
United States mall service In llawnll.
iw of these Is from Honolulu, via
Kukulhacle landing, to Honokaa laud
lug, Island of Hawaii. Tho contractor
Is tho Inter-Island Steam Navigation
Company of Honolulu, and mall Is re
quired to bo carried twice a month, or
us much oftcner us their vessels may
run, for ono year from May lat. The
other route Is from Honolulu, by Ha-
uamaula landing, Kapoa lauding. Ana
hola landing, Kllauea, landing and Ka
llhlwal lauding, to Hanalel. Island of
Kauai. Tho Intcr-lslnnd Steam Navi
gation Company of Honolulu Is tho
contractor, and mall to bo sent
once a week, or us much oftcner us
their vessels may run, for ono year
from Mny 1st.
Dispatch of mnlls on additional ve.
trnls designated by tho contractors Is to
bo allowed on tho following routes:
Honolulu to liana. Honolulu to Kuu
nakuknl, Honolulu to Hllo, Honolulu
to Walmea, Honolulu lo Klecle, Hono
lulu to Nnwlllwlll.'iunl Honolulu to
Honuapo. lly this nrrnngement a more
frequent mall service between tkesu
points Is assured.
Supreme Court Decision.
A decision was rendered by tho 8u
prcmc Court today In tho caso of tho
Territory of Hawaii vs. roioniea sen
tenced in the Dlsrlct Court to both ft
lino and Imprisonment for selling
spirituous liquor wlUiout first obtain-
ling n license.
j The opinion states mat: u is ui
forth In the charge nor was any cv.
t demo adduced tending to show that
It was not
"" .s w.xu.1.1 u.......,
therofoiii within tho power of tho Dis
trict Court to Impose sentence of Im
Tho case was remanded to the Dis
trict .Court with directions to Impose a
sentence within tho limit -provided by
law for a flrBt nffenso of tho naturo
PLAIT HCIIHMU lilMKCTIin.
i,...lin. Alirii u.The Cuban Con
Btuiitliinul Convention placed Hlf
1 ..... (,..(lri tl.,1(ly ,u.i the Piatt
. Hmi.,,m.,lt (- ,, v0 of IS lo 10 on ii
.,,i,i,i11 n,,,. ii, ,-imn.ntlim should
..-,, " - -
i,,,,.iaiuilf niiiiiised lo thiiilliieildllHilt
" ,i,-euiiiit of thu tvwns of suiiiu
i ,.i.lllm, ,imi u,u Wlly in which hy am
,,,. ..., ,., ( ,,p rntent$ t ,tu
others, Kspiolully rluiis S, 0 mid 7
rim I'unmvnlmw asl't Mini tills M
Hon Is oiiilMiriiMlnif, IiiiihiiiiiiIi us It
piHi'lli'Mlly lies Iho hamU of liny mm
Iiilsslnu Unit niliiht In hiiI to Wnsh-
nmltteo report-'abllshment of two more Important " ""'" ,",.:.". " a :.'"""" I " """ .....',"', .Z ! V" rar.'or " '".eni n jus.
i i nn finnnrriniiiiT ii i ruin rii-tn iniiiiv liiii , - . . ,t... i . i. . .. .....!
.i.i !,.,. ii, n tn - -- - - .- , uiu wai w inu.nuv... ... . .- in , yu ivm u, mu .....- ... vo AicKliHP). two runman compartment
jnlslng tno tax routes, tho malls to be carried on ..,.,, .., ,,, hh,i a.i nr.ii ' ,.,i,i -,.,,. i .,.. T.Triir I ' ...... , . ,,.
tin. hill niKB . i . ...i. ii.,.i 'ri... """" "' '"" "- ""' "- -- ....... .'. j ... ...v -"ucars, two i-uunian srcicn, u uininii
tno mil pass steamboats among tho Islands, rho ,,.,,..... ..., ,.,..,. ,.i,i,i, i. ,u,m.i ,i,n, n,.. i.ii,i,in., irr...i in.... . ........ . . r
.Manila, April 9. Although the oin
clnls are uncommunicative, it Is never
theless said that Aguinaldo signed tho
peaco manifesto this morning. Chief
Justice Arellano drafte-1 tho document.
'AEtilnalilo strongly objected to two
'clauses of tfio manifesto, nnd consider
able argument wns required to over
come his objections.
Colonel Alba, the Insurgent leader of
Zambalese provtneo, with thirteen offi
cers, eighty-three men and ninety-two
rifles, surrendered to Lieut. Co. Mnncll
C. (loodrcll, commanding tho marines
stntlnned at Olongapo, on Sublg bay.
(lencral Mnlvar, with about H0O men
and as many rifles, Is experted to sur
render shortly nt Sllang, In Cavlte
The meeting of the liar Association
yesterday afternoon to consider propo
sitions to revamp the Judicial system
of the Territory of Hawaii, attracted
a bare quorum of the legal luminaries
Of the city. When, a chairman, In the
person of V. O. Smith had been chosen
Attorney McClanahau raised an ob
jection to going nhead with the busi
ness ofithe meeting liccniise ten days'
notice had tut been given at required
by the by-laws.
This being a bar. the body was re
solved Into n caucus of lawyers.
IDE Will' H
There Is to be a big meeting of na
tives In front of the drill shed tomor
row (Wednesday) evening, beginning
nt 7:30 o'clock. Everybody Is Invited.
Tho objects of the meeting arc as pil
I, Demonstration in favor of tho
2. To support the leaden, of the!
Homo Itulu party In thn Semtto In ad
vocating and pushing ha County bill
through at the present session.
Senator Kalauokalanl will presldo
and the following natives will speak:
Delegate Itobcrt Wilcox, It. N. Doyd,
Sam l'ua and J. E. Duth.
DUCIDU HA.MOA CLAIMS.
Washington, April II. King Oscar
lio..n iii.iilp known thnt nls Illness thus
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far has prevented his giving nctlve con-1 of the last general asiessment, which
slderatlon to tho subject. The Herman limits no to $027,31 1.0 for each of the
rnRO has been made up and Is now nt j succeeding years of thU biennial pa
Stockholm, The United States case Is rlod, It can readily bo n'on that If this
MiKiiit'i-nmnleteil. and succeeding Legislatures borrow tin
King Oscnr will bav-i general charge
not only of the iicicrminnuon oi me
amount of the claims, but nlso will
huvo the more Important determlni-1
tlon of what claims arose us a neces
sary result of the military operations
during tho Inst uprising In Samoa.
IN THE COURT
In Judge dear's court today a num-
her of criminal cases wcro dropped
fiom the calendar. In tho cases of
Manuel Slough charged with being
wrongfully upon the premises of nn-
other, and Hltn Sllva, charged with dls -
iitiinn uniritiimiu ilium's, contrary to
law. nolle nroscnul was entered,
Kale and Nnpolloiu, charged wun
selllnc lliiuor without licenses, chnng
ed their pleas to guilty and their sen
tences suspended until tho August term,
Manuel Sllva pleaded guilty to dls
tllllmr snlrltuuus liquor, sentenco bus-
pended until tho May term. The case
of tho Republic of Hawaii vs. Tasaka,!
t-lmn:e,l with heedless driving was
dismissed and tho prisoner discharged.
JOHN jR. PSICK DEAD
Omaha, Neb., April H. Colonel John
It, Muslck,. author, Journalist and poli
tician, died of heart failure at his
apartments In thin city today. Mr.
Muslck dovoted tho greater part of his
life to writing historical stories for
young people. Ho was twice president
of tlm Authors' fiulld of New York city
un,l was several times grand chancellor
commander of thu Knights of Pythias
' CANAL TO BE NEUTRAL
New York, April 15 -A special to
tho World from Washlngl ays.
Specific piovlslon fui lb" neutrality
of the propotcil UUiiiiIhii 'anal will be
inndo In Iho now In-ntv lo be signed
by Hmretury liny mid Lord P-JUiieo-rote,
Th llrJlkh ship Vdna'PurclmnwIiUh!1;" '" $? ZZTmJ
Wiu'ilnjilsn font w.i nltrn In Ihr At
UlltlC ll.MI, Ml Apfll IBlll III M'lliwc v
dfRfrlWfl lHKllHl I! tH' !
Passed Its First Reading
and Second Reading
CARTER REPORTS ON
THE TWO LOAN RILLS
Russel and Carter Have Their Say
About Proof Reading, Typewrit
ing and Translating Con
sideration This P. M.
The most Important matters that
came up In the Senate this morning
were the two reports by tho Ways nnd
Means Committee on the two bills pro
viding for the borrowing of money to
keep the Territory of Hawaii running.
There was a very long wranglo over
theso reports, Messrs. Carter nnd Achl
standing out against the printing of
tho reports nnd the Independents
standing firmly for such action. To a
listener from the outside,- It seemed
that the time wasted In talk wns suffi
cient for the translating and printing
of the bills. Mr. Ilussel, who signed
hlx name to the repotts under tho
words "1 do not concur," said nt ono
stage during Mb talk on what the
government should do bbout loans, that
he did not believe In borrowing any
money nt all.
ThtvCounty bill (House bill 48) wns
also nnother Important matter brought
up In the Senate this morning. Thero
wns n long wranglo on this beforo It
finally passed Its first rending, Tho
Independents us n whole Intend to push
this hill through even If nothing else Is
done for the remainder of tho session.
The first thing on the program pt tho
' Senate this morning wes the rending
'of n communication from tho House an
nouncing passage In third reading of
House bill 8. The bill passed first
reading nnd second reading was set for
Another communication from the
Houso announced the passngn In thin?
rending of Houso bill 65. The bill pass
ed first reading and was set for second
i Senator Carter reported for tho Ways
I and Means Committee on Senate bill
I C.". "An Act to provide for public
(he passngo of.
The report concludes as j cnc coast and return, covering a pe
riod uf betwwn six nnd seven weeks.
"As tho Organic Act limits tho total
nnv one venr cannot bo over 1 tier cant
I tn their full limit. In a few years the,
lomi limit will nave necn reaenca anj
tho credit of tho Territory exhausted
n serious condition, which can only bo
avoided by foresight and tho restric
tion of the loans Issued to the lowest
possible limit, nnd to arimigo the
finances of the government so that It
shall pay as It goes.
"Thus only such Improvements as
(hall ho of greater benefit to posterity
than the present generation should bo
I Included In tho loan bill, and all other
j Improvements should lo provided for
I In thu current npproprhtlons."
The report was slgnd by Messrs.
1 Carter and Kanuha, Mr. Hussel did not
' Immediately after tin disposition of
mis rrpuri, mr. i.nrn.-r ii-mu-u muun
ror tno majority oi m sunm cuiuuut
tee on Senate bill fiO, ns follows:
"Under tho authority given Senate
bill CS, this act provide fur the Issue
of 11,010,000 of bonds, and defines the
purposes for whkh tho money obtained
shall bo expcnitjp.
Dut nB many of tho Items mentioned
In the bill aro found to b In tho naturo
of temporary repairs, and others of a
temporary nature, such Items have
Your committee has carefully weigh
ed anil examined Into the Importance
(Continued on pngo i.)
Y. M. C. A, ANNIVIIR8ARY.
Tho Y. M. C. A. anniversary nt tho
Association hall tonight Is open to thu
public. Special invltutlons huvo been
sent to all mombcrs In order that they
be on hand nnd get In closer touch
with the work. Tho Invitation to tho
public while general, Is Just ns cordial,
Tho occasion k the thirty-second an
niversary of tho Association.
CAIUMI! AIUHT CO.
Kansas City, April I5.--Mrs. Ciirilo
Nation, who wns urii'sted ymUrday
charged Willi olmliiu-tiiig lln strict,
was nrrnluiiisl before Pollcu .ludgu Mc
A ii ley this morning lined I Mo nil glv
NhIIijII If III) was found III lli ilty uf
ti-r lint hour she would bu unosteil
mid plitiod III J4ll.
London, April 15. It Is said that a
private telegram has bwn received hero
to the; effect that General French, with
S00 Hrltlsh troops, hae been captured
by the Doers whllo hla force was en
veloped In a mist on the hills.
No confirmation of tho report can
Tho War Otllco here knows nothing
about the rumored capture of (lencral
French and entirely illrcrcdlts the re
DRICI! 18 IN THOUHLIi.
San Francisco, April 14. Emlle'T.
Drier, who Is said to ho well connected
in Honolulu, is wanted by the police
on n charge of obtaining money 'by
f.ilso pretenses, Yesterday Harry Dren
nan of the firm of Drcnnan & Kelly,
proprietors of the Zlnkand buffet, ap
peared in Judge Cubanlss' court and
swore to n complaint charging Drier
with defrauding him out of (170 by a
bogus check. Drier Is nt present In
San Jose, nnd an officer will be sent to
thnt city today to arrest him.
Several months ago Drier arrived in
this city from Honolulu and soon be
camo a familiar figure on the "cocktail
route. Ollb of tongue and liberal
with his money, ho made many friends,
among whom were severnl saloon keep
ers. In n short time Dr'er found him
self without funds, nnd to replenish
bis purse he proceeded to give worth
less checks for various amounts, rang
ing from J 5 to $100.
Washington, April IB. In the Unit
ed Stntes Supreme Court an opinion
wns handed down today In the case of
Fnlrbank vs. tho United States. Tho
case Involved the constitutionality of
tho war revenuo law Imposing a tax
upon export bills of lading. The court
decided against tho government, hold
ing that provision of the law uncon
stitutional. - Tho opinion was handed
down by Justlca Drcwir. and Justices
Hnrlnu, dray. White and McKenua dis
sented. McKINLUY PLANH COMI'LCTC.
Washington, April 13. Tho Presi
dent, Mrs, McKlnley nnd party will
leave Washington by the Southern
Hallway Monday morning. Anrll 29th.
. )o:tO o'clock for a tour to tho Pa-
Tlcy wm i,av a tram consisting of u
Drown, genernl ngeut cf tho Southern
Hallway, will accompany the party
from hero to New Orleans, nnd from
New Orleans to Portland, Or., the party
will bo accompanied by K. C. McCor
mlck. passenger traffic manager of the
Southern Pacific lines.
Wnter I'ront Property lor I.eiiKe.
Henry Vlda Is advertising for lenss
a fine ploco of property that would ba
Just the thing for a warehouse. Thn
property contains 8.02.1 f.quare feet and
Is situated Just l'.wa of the old Honolu
lu Iron Works on Queen street near
Smith. It Is for lenso tor a long term If
desired. Sen ml In Tn Let column.
MUBT NOT KUHItENDUH.
London. April 12. Tt.e Hrltlsh War
Olllco has bsued tho following special
order legnrdlng surrenders In thn Held:
"Any officer or soldier who. when In
thu presencu of the mumy, displays a
white Hag or other token of surrender
will lio tried by general court-martial."
FOIt LADIES AND