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BESERET EVENING NEWS MONDAY JUNE 18 1900 u 8 8u
IEIOAN ERICAN TROOPSORDEREDTO TROOPS TROOPSORDERED
ORDERED ORDEREDTO TO CHINA CHINANinth
p
Ninth jfli Infantry Commanded by Col Liscum Liscumto
to Go GoNo No Communication with v it It Pekin PekinWild PekinWild PekiiiWild
Wild Rumors RUI ors of Events
C Tune l 1IAmerlran Amerlean Amerleani tyoo tyoo1rij rGOPII rGOPIII
I v vt w
the Phlllpplw Phlllpplwn
i Irld red from
L I I L n 1 Washington VQ v asbtnitorlhcthIt special specialu to toi
u hether the men will wfllupon I Iill be
i I ill depend upon the thewit thewitr tlti tltiarrive Itu ItuI
1 The admlnli admlnlii
r > > Y > arrive
i i idfd that to 1nIU Insure pr pr11rIcafl p prican pro proItdran
11rIcafl rican liCe awl property properlnna propertyllna properna
> nna na order must be r ri r1Qkifl <
1 i 1Qkifl > ekln and the emprei empreii
i the TsungHV Tsung1Iamen Yamn m n In Inlie 1mi ii
t V 0 i lie h necessity of orTh acting actingn I
Th < n In the matter ot guard guardand guar guartntl ard
1 and their lpte IlIttNltl IlIttNltllrff esls eslsure
1W 1Wbe 1000 1000will
ur ure In fl despatching deipateffingt
9 will ll1 be followed Mid Midi 111 a aIr
t >
ir r i diplomat last night nl ht by byi I Imight i in
n might detm de m It deslrsbl deslrsblK
i
K L force especially sine sineiml sPia tnc6 tnc6i
i and a Japan combined OflII wl wlhilmlnB will willIlwlmll1l v vvh1mIig
hilmlnB fore In thn thni tflnt tflntna thifla
i 111 unless unle IIlte he dratfa 1ra 1ra1sArthur o oort on onIrl
Irl ort Arthur and along th thl tbit U Uthis
it l r rI
i I rf f this government j In I IH
I H 1 < 10 t Taku TakuwUh with the prol proliiwy prolbY
wll wlli wi1irne 11 11upon
1 11 iiwy th will IiI lie landed
1irne upon Hunlas IuSiklsh movtIJ I IIllof
i i
iI tha thai that
Illof I h i IB always danger
Interests ar ari ara araIi a aij
1 i < i h irul fl Jnpan JRP Jnpaneee
1th thote of this coun couni cowhn
Ii i < rl ni al 1 with
i hn 1 1 tnv 1 iv imlrrtaKe a policy poJl y on ftlml ftlmlinimical elmli simninitca1
i inimical to KUSrtttg s sAN suppose supposeN aup OMd OMdrtetJ
rtetJ
AN N ACT OF WAR WARN W Alto AltoU
hav ha8I h ht
In Pekln
U 1 N t f tgn i jrn legations
1 i lurnJ urn J us n ported the pucf ucr U I is o oXM I Iii of ofhas
XM ii has probably been at fear fearJ fearIrt8
J i Irt8 rta > to the 0Ute te tehat depart departi
i lOll w Hat on Jun 1 there weN wert
t 1 1 iix dlIt ut 4 400 no sailors and marine marineiir marinerttl
iir rttl i iin Russia end France had haimj hadumber harg
mj umber 7B 7 each the Untied Untiedt
4 4 Japan 42 Z Italy 22 2 anflY am amin and andI
11 in nmainder nmainderid
I flY Y
d nati id Irclcg It Isheld 18 held that thatf I If If Ifc
f Germanys official repr reprhi repreiI
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t iI v I > < hi hn en permitted practical practicalr
r > t uit of if a movement approve approvegMinment approved approveChins I Ig
> gMinment g Inm nl China commute commutet
t r vir 1s If T against the Ie Berlin l3CIilflnt pov povit I
nt t hi l 1 also true ot the JaIl Japgi JaIlgill Ja Jat
gi gill oment a member mem r of who wholt wholtn1t whold
t d 1 tftff n1t in ii Pekln wall killed It Jtthat d dj I It
t j httwr r that neither Germanjjpin aermnJpir German Oermanyt
t jjpin VIM 1 111 II take tal radical action bu buprjto but butrra bur
prjto rra r ruW te with the power to ra raMXTH r rlr rC rMTIt
C lr
MXTH TH REGIMENT TO 00 GOn 00nPa 00Jun
n nPa > i Jun 18 10 B m mThe The Ninth Nlntlnt NinthCtlt nt ntIi
Ctlt nt Ii ii < ben ordered to Manila Manilat
t 1 it Viil I ill proceed to China Chinainn Chinain Chinaiflktu
iflktu in > inn June 17 11AdJt Adjt Can Cannn Ginr
r nn t1nlgbt tan t would neither af artr afn
tr r d n ny > ihe 1h Manila advices thai thaii thaSth
Sth I i Infl1lry nf in try would go to China Chinan
I I ° n that the troops are be beM berbI
rbI M i in Manila for this t l pur puri purnporte
oI i i niport DOrl made ready for foin forn touifl
uifl n v y though It cannot lx lxai Ii1j
1j 11 I ai t order 10 o Mil for Clllnivn Cllln CUlnarlpn C1iinot
> ivn I 11 not ot already 8 sent sentH nt nti
vfHl 11 be ber Issued Issuedi IIIIIUttdrlJrmg
C H ubtleM < i 1ubtI < >
r rlJrmg i unng news oomea tomor tomortmnent tomorInm tomorI
I
g tmnent Inm > nt l It awaiting informa informaM Intonna1IIItlr
I M MnIfrr ulster Conger and Admiral AdmiralM Adlnlralgiving Aduiiragiving
M giving final orders tc tclrury toortlfoY tITlIy
lrury TlIy and Gen MncArthur MncArthuric
r 1iiig ic he armr arm In the Philip PhlHpI
11 1 r Inforcements to China ChinaIi
i Ii tii tiir 11 r dm Jii10 jll not come from tin tinubi thet
t iJtt ubi bl Mn ofl troops will wlll1Je be die dtehina diet
t f t hina as quickly as a traM tranI tralSIr
I r ir > r i t tillftble troops can be got gotI1 gotJ galvi
I1 J vi s having been taken al alfill ciM1aW I IMlaw
fill Mlaw aw troops from ouUlde ouUldei
i lII in II Philippines ihlHppinee71Iy metropolis metropolisMI
MI liay iy b be t no delay once O C4I th thM the theI tIiii
I M J hurry them to China it itI iti J IiifTN
i 1 I
i 11 ifTN KIN tN CUT OFFn OFF OFFHIll1l1ll1
HIll1l1ll1 n i Hi is j J a in mThere There Is IeIn kt
t in Europe urope apparently apparentlyiiut
kit b hit Irli t ha has been transpiring transpiringM
rbr r M nf III Ivi days or In TIn Tsln TslnNor TlnNor TairH
H Nor Is I there any that thatiiit thatIIIt
11 iiit dllllrulllM the thep small smalli mallequlpped
p i n lyequIpfd > equipped Internatlon Internatlonn
n 1 11 1 contending between tboeo tboeornun thOIOrman thoecrfllan
rnun foreign ofllce tiPor upon uponMI
r It MI I report of the murder ot otn ofti oln
n Ketteler 1 < the ther German GermanPekln Germanppldn
r Pekln sent a telegraphic telegraphici
i t IVtereburg the Itusslan ItusslanI
I I 1aUBe i auge of its It wires to toHK toI
I HK suppogetlly In a bet bethim betHum bettfl
him tfl the other governdirect govern governi Jrn Jrnun
i un m direct news newsOtrman nnI
I i I Otrman foreign office nfflci officeIIl1lt
r i that nothing whatever whateverilu
ilu Ih tIt subject as oommun oommunkln
1 L8 > i Pkln > > kln was interrupted interruptedi
i JLD flttt1tS flttt1tSspread m fonS fonSi
i f spread worldwlde from fromt
i < I it > t the legations had been beeni
i hat one Oil o minister minliterj prob probmun
j 1 mun > had been murdered murderedto
1 to t Toa Slime who tor fori torIhe
4 he i th empress dowagers dowagersn Oersn
I n < cnsorlue the tele telehmghal telehan
hmghal han < < hal The Th Shanghai Shanghaiof
0 1 of the Bally Bxpress Bxpressliiid BXIJr811Iul CXIr1I CXIr1iad
L
liiid Iul of the telegraphic telegraphici telegraphicPretended
I i pretended I > tende that the line linemghul lineIoghul
mghul with Pekln had hadJune hadJune hadr
1 r June 9th th and that theTMIn the theTain thebin
bin were cut ou June JuneniKn JunlrdBIl Juner
r niKn I it is notorious that thatimmktttlons thatL
1 L immktttlons have bee beeji bHtthanghal beeI
i shanghai to Pektn overmil over oerI
I L mil western we tort routes al alhux alb alh
< b > i hux refused both minis minisuis mlnlllUIA
L uis U tbe privilege of using usingn u8hln
I n that lost Friday l rlda Sheng Shenguse ShengI Shengsge
I sge use from either Pekln PeklnThe lIklnThe leklnThe
The dlsiwteh said Id that thatuh thatl
I Fllh y uh Slang troops aided aidedn
l n an organltd attack on oni on1lfBtlon onItSatlon
i 1lfBtlon ration buildings andure and andurn andur3e
c urn of the attack some somei acmeHfl
i Hfl > n buildings were re reHUH tflInN reWM
HUH and one foreign foreignto foreignp
p I to pieces Why Wh in tho thouid thoItld theuki
uid have been added that thati thatmlnllter thatrninhater
i minister was nit llaroti von vonxplalned vonI vonvZpta1ned
I t xplalned vZpta1nedr xplalnedtnother
r another telegram from fromr
r 11 1 June 17th at 7 i25 26 p m mi mtarIng
I 1 i fvarlng r rlng that the foreign rorrlKni
i 1 ic about to arrest him himM I Ii
p
M I stoppage of teleprams telepramstlKram tplemlmllil t 4egramagram
i I tlKram hl gram asserts that the theh ther
r il t 111 h murder of the German Oenntini Germanmated
q i mated from fji London arc arclined ar art art1I1Pd
t I lined and are discredited discreditedr dl diecroditedMINISTER crodltldMJNISTER
i MINISTER CAPTURED CAPTUHEDm
< m 11 n minister has been cap capannouncement rapI
I announcement to the thePakln thoI theflurn
I h from Iekln In a di dilith dlJ die diey
J June lath S p m via 14 Tien Tienh
y h Thl is the latest pms pmsn
II n to have ha left Pekln PeklnB PekAnfollows
B Be follows A crowd of ofLegation otft
III Legation street cut cutthe outlilrlunlratlon cUJIUfllnRfln
4 ft lilrlunlratlon between bstweenffw thet the th thrl
rl ffw w Qoxars Doxlltll8re are parading paradingTheir 111111 111111t
t Their supmllUon lIurrllUUon In InIKn r rKn re reTh
Th i I Kn arms Is Iic pHUUJe pHUUJehold II1sawr
t r hold the th < ftleHila of ofthat orht ofhtri
ht g L for r reI1emplit A AI AMrehI AMrehII
I that place TUB Amorloani Am oenl I
In the Interior of the th two naifhborln naifhborlnprovince ntSIhborlngpruvlli1t1l nstghborlipruvlneei
province have been advised advl ed to le lea leabut lesibut v vbut
but Mvaral 8ral have no means of doing m mUnless ao aoUnl i iUnleis
Unless Unl a large force is I sent there tberedanger I Idanger II IIdaner
danger of u massacre ma re of native lIatl Cbrb Cbrbtlans Cbrlltla CbrItiani
tlans tla A large lar native army Is I read readto reai reaito
to oppose the relief column un the wa wahere way wayhere WI WIhere
here The Chines Cba tovernmvnt CAD cainut CADnvt Canjt
nut leclde whither to adopt the polio polioof polliof
of rigidly suppressing the lioxen lioxenthat Iiocenthat or orthat
that of defying defIn till tll world The Th did decliIon declaIon didIon
Ion rests with dowager empress empressWomen empreWornen empreaaWomen
Women and children from Tien Tsl Tslare Tlln Tllnare Taare
are pouring into Shanghai The chit chitdanger chletdanger chidanger
danger here Is I the fact that the natl natltown nathe nathetown natitown
town behind the European settlemvr settlemvrIs
Is I full of bad characters whose attl attltutie IIttltude atitude
tude Is I becoming every ever day more Inc Insclent InlOlent Inclent
lent and menacing menacingThe l enacln enaclnThe
The latest news to hand I that 70 70RuuIaL M MItusilani 00 < 1 1nualanl
Itusilani with twelve machine gunand gun gUIUIand guiand
and twelve field guns are marching marchlnfrom marchingfrom marchirfrom
from Tien Tam to Pekln IAllt I > a t Me Methe wlek wlektht wetthe
the foreign ministers warned th thTsungMYamen thT8unllIlalnen tiTaungllYanen
TsungMYamen that In n the event eventa u uan ot otan
a an attack upon legations le llon or of Injury Injurto Injuryto lfluito
to any cf the he ministers or members memberathe o othe of ofthe
the staffs of the legation I = alolll the power powerin PUWfltlIn piiteiIn
in common would declare war tipoi tipoiChina uIInChina UJtlChina
China To this ultimatum the Tsuug TsuugllYf TsUuiliYcnien TIUlIg1IYame
llYf 1IYame ni n OB usual returned no llrc IJlroKtreply ilirsreply < llrcreply
reply The answer of the emprex emprexdouoger emprelldowager empreidowager
dowager Is I a no doubt the attack upon upoilegations uponlegatlonl upulegatiuna
legations by the flaxen and the troopunellr troofunder troop troopunder
under dan Thug Pah ah Slang SlangU
U has transMred that a few day dayao da1ao da daao
ao th viceroy of the southern pro proI provo provoIncIII prosmesa
I IncIII new received orders from Pekln Pekliicooperate t tcooperate to tocoollttr <
cooperate coollttr t with len Tune In the do dofense 110teuM ibcues
fense cues of PeKln Pel < tn aninst a threatenu threatenuInvasion threatentdInvulon threatentInvasion
Invasion by b the tb foreign devils The Thewere They Theywere rtiewire
were Instructed to 0 send to P 1 lekii lekiiwithout > kln eklnwithout klnwithout
without an Instants delay the troop troopthey troopsthey trooVthey
they bad available within their re respectlve reo reotlpecUve yeepective
spectlve Jurisdictions the time havlni havlninow havlnlnow havinnow
now come to rid our emjilre forever o othe of ofthe cthe
the evil dements which have so ionthreatened loni lonithr lonith
thr th threatened at tl1ed n l It ItFIGHTING IL11GUTlNO ftFIGhTING
FIGHTING IN PROGnBSS PROGnBSSThe
The Shanghai correspondent of the thiDally theDally Ii IiDaily
Dally Telegraph In a dispatch date datetJune dattdJune dateJune
June 10th says New from Peklr Peklrdated Peklndatd PekIdated
dated June Tun 12th says the tb Itosers wen wenthen wflrethpn wetthen
then killing hundreds l1und 1 of native rhrls rhrlstlans hrl hrlUnns hrliutians
tlans and the servants of forelsuers forelsuersThe torel foreInereThe l1erl l1erlThe
The same correspondent In a dlspatddated dlspatd dllpaHbdattd dlpatcldated
dated yesterday y tet ay fays Chinese report reportstate reportlIWe reportstate
state that Admiral tar Seymour Is I tight tightinr I1lhtInlr tightIng
inr with the Chinese regulars and the thiforeign theCoreln thforen
foreign forces have seized the Taki Takiforts TakutortL Takifotta
forts fortsThe tortLThe
fottaThe
The following summary of the altos situation sltuatlon altostloii ¬
tion wn w telegraphed to the Dall DallNews DallNw DaiiNew
News from Shanghai tat evening eveningThe nenlngTh eveningThe
Th The situation Is I critical and without withoutparallel withoutparRet wlthouparallel
parallel since In e the Indian mutiny Al Althe Atthe A Athe
the Yapg Tee ports there has ha been ne neoutbreak nooutbreRk nioutbrea
outbreak but placards have been post postted poetted poatted
ted In Kin Ktang Ugas U Skin ktn and Wn WnHu WIIUu WiIlu
Hu csllng on the people to kill and andburn andbllrn ani aniburn
burn A body b d of rioters 5000 s 00 stroni stroniare Itronare tronjare
are at Kwelhclen 1 elblen Jn Jnthe the prefecture ol olCanton ofCanton a aCanton
Canton and troops have gone to sup suppress cupprice UJl UJlpre ¬
press pre tljem The powers unprepared unpreparedare
are helplesa helPI to prevent disaster but butbarrlns butbarrinlt bulbarring
barring t1r thtWlng ruling Ing local friction they arc arcworking araworking sriworking
working amicably 111 nileablyANTLIO1tIQ eabl eablNTtFOREION °
NTtFOREION OUTnnB OUTnnRThe VK VKThe
The PeWItt correspondent of the theTimes therJme31 tliiTimes
Times rJme31 In dispatch a dated June SUh SUhvia 11thvia
via 111 Tien itlen Tsln June KUi says 1 A Aserious Artou Aeerlou
serious rtou antiforeign outbreak took tookplace tookplace tootplace
place last night when the finest build buildlns buildIn buildIne
In lns In the eastern part of the city citywere citywere do dowere
were burned and hundreds of native nativeChristians natheChristian nativeChristians
Christians and nervant employed by byforeigners b bforelsner brorejeners
foreigners were matMcred within two twomiles twomllelt twomlIei
miles of the imperial palace palaceIt
It was WS an anxious II lous night for all for forelners foreinri
elners 1111 who were collected under the theprotection theprotection theprotection
protection of the foreign guards The TheBoxers Tti TtiBoxer TheBoUfI
Boxers burned the Ilotnan Catholic Catholiceast lalhollcMlt Catholiceast
east cathedral the large buildings of ofthe otthe ofhe
the he London mission and the Americanhostel American Americanboard AmrI n nboud
board of missions l and also the build bulldInss buildInea buildlna
Inss in the eastern part of the city clt oc occupied occupied ocupled ¬
cupied by the foreign employes of the themar thernaritlme thenarftfine
rnaritlme mar time customs customsIf cUllomIt
It the troops to reinforce the for foreign forel forln ¬
eign el ln guards fall to arrive today fur furtheir furtheir furheir
their riots are expected It in believed believedthat believedthat believedhat
that no European has been Injured InjuredTelegraphic InjuredTeJel1apblc InjuredTelegraphic
Telegraphic communication with lIh the thenorth thenorlh theOrtlh
north says 11 the Shanghai correspond correspondent rorre omt omtent ¬
ent nt of the Times under Sunday dateceaed date dateceased dlltceAaed
ceased early eul this morning The last lastmessage liltmtMllcCl lactneeese
message from Tten Tsln Tam reported that thatfighting thatflghUnr thatIghtirig
fighting had begun but gave no de details d dtalli diails ¬
tails MeftMRwi gM for the north ar are now nowforwarded nowforwardfll noworwarded
forwarded by b eteamer from Che Foo FooThe FooThl FaaThe
The Boxer movement Is I gaining gainingstrength gainingIItren gainingitren1ii
IItren strength h after the Immunity withcbkh with withwhich wlthwblrh
which the recent outrages have been beencommitted bHncommlttfI beenommitted
committed and It Is likely IIktI to spread spreadrapidly spreadrapldl apreadapidly
rapidly Telegram received here yes yesterday yesttMar yeserda ¬
terday erda by the consul e neul from the fleet Heatat
at t Taku describe the position of the theforces Ihefottt theoreec
forces oreec under Admiral Seymour mour close closeto
to 0 Ptkln as serious rtoUI since lnCt they era nroconfronted arocontrontfd eraonfronted
confronted by Gen Tung Fu Slangs Slangstroops Slanstrooll Siangsroof
troops roof with large bunches of Uoxen UoxenIn
In a th Ii rear r r Water Is I scarce carc and the theximmlssarlat theoommlrlat theomrnlirlat
ximmlssarlat defective defectiveCONDITIONS detectiveCONDITIONS IfectlnCONDITIONS
CONDITIONS IN CHINA CHINANew ClUNANw rHXNA2ew
New York Junes 1 11118 llev C Frln of ofthe otthe o olie
the Catholic mission at KlangNan KlangNanwhere manrNanwlere
where nun there Is now danger from the thelexers theJJoxeltl theloxere
lexers has ha written an account of how howhe howthl howhe
he members of his hl community > meet all altttacke ajlittaeks allattacks
attacks of the natives He says saysThoae saysThose 1 1Tho
Those Tho sections ot our mission which whichxtrder whichborder whichorder
border on southern Chang Tung are no noesa noIt nois
It esa Infested with lth bands of robbers and andnurdftrrrs anllmllrdartrI andurdsrers
nurdftrrrs than Chang Tong Itself Itselfrhes I itselfhiSO tlllli t tThese
These brigands organize In regular regularompRnles re regulurompanles lnr lnreomPfnl
ompRnles under a supreme su m chief and andlubordlnate end endubordinate ROIlubordlnate
lubordlnate leaders They Uve Uv together togethern
In n I villages and districts which become becomeheir btcomethlr becomeheir
heir headquarters At ordinary times timeshey tlmethlf timeslpY
hey attend to their usual work at ntlotne athOlne atcue
cue and In tho fields lleidsaml and behave to toill toall toIi
ill Ii appearance a earancelr like peaceful cltlxens cltlxenslut clllltnllnut clticenclet
nut suddenly an order com < to take takehe takethe takee
he e field and then they th march forth fnrthn
In n I a body bod Impose contributions on oth othr
> r r village burn and even kill without withoutcruple ItholltKruple thout thoutrupie
cruple If they have a grudge against againstSDK apllUltSICK mgainCK1EIS
CK1EIS CK1EISIOK
SICK HEADACHE HEADAGHPositively
Positively cured by tlicso tlicsolittle thesoLlttlo ViesaLlttlo
Llttlo Tills TillsTkKj r111They IlIlsey
They ey also relieve Pi Distress tre from lromtndlptlon Drspepsb DrspepsbudljeitlonandTooJlBUtjEalinj DysppLidhotion
tndlptlon udljeitlonandTooJlBUtjEalinj dhotion and and Too Jfculy EaUng tJn Apor Aporct A per perfect p pt
fect ct t remedy for or Dltxtacw 1 > JTauwo DrowjJ DrowjJBadTattelntbe DrowtIDad Drowelca
ca DadTasteInthcMoutbCoataI BadTattelntbe Dad Tutcln the Mouth Coiled Cc > > led Tongue Tonguetti
r tti L In the tli SIde TORPID JJVER Tbej TbejlegtibtetkcBcwcli Thc Thcc IDqReguhtc
Reguhtc legtibtetkcBcwcli c tho ho Dowels Tvttly VegtUUe VegtUUeimoll Vccmblemnll Vegetaucmall
mall Pill Small Dose DoseSmall DosSmall Dosa8mIJ
Small PrJco
Ilioto b7 > j Bice
SENATOR HENRY CABOT LODGE
some mundurln mun arln th thy < y asemble In cull culldent 8ulllIflnt sOtlent
dent numbers IIUlllb rll to form a large arm armand almy almyand am amand
and are not afraid to fight pitched bat baitlt8 batIIH bet1e
tlt8 t1e with the troops sent out azolni azolnithem aninitem olnt olnttiltm
them It Is I not hard to nee how muitr muc muctrouble much muchtruuble
trouble tr uble such men ran give and an Indeed Indeetdo Indeeddo indeedo
do give 11 to the mt missionaries mllHlonarleBut nlonnrle nlonnrleBut
But the missionaries ml lonrltll on their sldei sldeihave III ide idehave < 1e 1ehave
have devised a plan l n for protectfli protectflithemselves protftn1rthemselve proteetflthemseives
themselves and their Christians which whlcIs whichII whkii
II not the least of their successes successesChina I IChina In InCblna
China As A soon at 5 the Inhabitantscome Inhabitants c csome oC oCtKlmt
some village have ha haveben ve been convened th thfathers the thefllthrl tifathers
fathers while attending to the dutle dutleof dutlelof dutho
of o their apostolic ministry see the theare they theyare theare
are thoroughly drilled and taught t twatch to towatrh i iwatch
watch the enemy and defend them themselves themthtl thetiseivea
selves In case of necessity The man mandarlni Inandarlnl inahdarIng
darIng look with favor on these the mciiurea meai meaiures mellurtl
urea which are of great assistance t tthem to tothem I Ithem
them and they the are always read t tsend to tolend I Isend
send reinforcements when notified of ofthreatened ofthreatened a athreatfned
threatened attack Thu It happethat happen happenthat happentblt
that when the marauders fall upon uponChristian uponChiriatlan a aChrllUan <
Christian village mat they are greeted ted wit wita with witha
a mar fire of guns and cannon arare an anare and andart
are generally beaten back with ltb hear hearlosses hea hea101le hearlosses
losses
CHRISTIANS FOHTIK1KD FOHTIK1KDTo
To ret t a true Idea leI of one of our mis misalon mi miIon mulion
Ion centers In the districts which th throbber the therobbtr Ii Iirobber
robber bands have hitherto terrorise terroriseat terrurlllfdlit
at pleasure picture to yourself OllrNlt ever everChristian terylhrlaUln eerChrlctian
Christian village lIlae as a a small smallitronabold smallitronaboldrorUfitd etrongholO etrongholOfortified itronghoiifortified
fortified at every point of vantage van ta re Ii Iithe In Inthe I Ithe
the center of the village villa stands timresidence tim thiresidence tlletelldence
residence of the commander who I Inone Inone I Inone
none other than the missionary Thi Thiresidence Thillrellldnce Thlresidence
residence is s reculsr citadel cut surrounded lurrounded cutrounded
rounded by high h b walls allil and flanked a aIts at atIt aIii
Its It corner by IJ four towers well fortl fortlfled rorlltied fortitied
tied also There are no doors The go goIn lOIn goinIn
inIn In In and out Is effected etttC by means iiladder o oladders of ofladderl
ladders which hleh are each time drawiback drawn drawnMok drawbank
back within During tli the day the rather ratheattends ratherattendl ratbeattends
attends to his duties and the Chine Chineto CblnelOto
to their work ork At nightfall every r one oniIs oneI onI
Is I at home azaln aln and It danger haibeen hai blSbHlI iiibeen
been signalled they the all retire wlthli wlthlithe withlthe lIhlnthe
the fort sentries being appointed U Ukeea to tokef I Ikeefl
keea kef watch from the towers At A t the thifirst theOftt thtint
first cry ry of alarm the th men are up It Itarms In Inarml iiaroma
arms und the father directs the defence defenceIf
If the enemy enelll has h been reported Ir Irlarser Inlar iiiarer
larser lar numbers than usual the th mis misslonary millalonar misalonary
slonary hag ha taken care to ask the man mandarln mandarln mandunn
darln for additional help and II there therefore theretore thererore
fore well prepared to repulse the theIIIttlantl as assallants aseclianis <
sallants As a result of these meal measures mealurea messUris ¬
urea the th brigands become little by lit little Uttie littie ¬
tie discouraged and leave the Chrlstuu Chrlstuuvillages ChrltlanvlllaN Chrlstlajvillages
villages unmolested while the mission missionaries mllonorl missionrtis
aries orl win for themselves the 01 love ol olthe ofthe a athe
the neophytes the confidence of the thepublic thepUblic hi hipublic
public authorities and popularity popularityamong jOpuJarUamong popu1arLtmmong
among the peacefully Inclined portion portionof i iof
of the people peopleTrouble peopleTrouble
I ITrouble
Trouble In I a Santo Domingo DomingoSanto 1omnirigoSanto 1111111110Santo
Santo Domingo June It 1In In tin tinnorthern thenorthern hi hiorthern
northern part of the republic of SntDomingo Santa SantaDomingo SantoDomllllo
Domingo many arrests have been beenmade beenmade biermade
made Including Xollo Garcia < < and oth other othr ¬
er r leaders lead of the tb former govrnmnlflrt government governmentparty
party flrt
1runcoltnulllnn Treaty TreatyNew TreatyNew lrc I INew
New York June ItNegotiations tot fota
a I commercial treaty with Prance rance have havebeen havebn havemacfl
been macfl satisfactorily concluded by the theUraattlan theDrumall theJrazliiau
Uraattlan minister of foreign affairs at atItlo atJUo atho
Itlo Janeiro Prance will grant t a re reiluctlon reduction renotion
notion of SO per cent on the duty 4ut on onllmalllan on11ml111all onhaaliian
llmalllan coffee llrazll during du 11C the thelast lhelut theMt
last six Ix months has sent nt to London LondonWOOOO Londonc0
WOOOO c0 pounds of coffee coffeeX
N wn from 1nr North XortliSeattle XnrthiReattie NorthSeattle
Seattle Wash June 11 IITIae The steamer steamerTeanle steveegeanie lealDerJeanie
Jeanie Captain Mason arrived at 11 11jclock 11oclock 11clock
clock last night nl t fourteen days fromape from fromTape tromCape
Tape ape Nome with few wssengers IB and andno
10 0 freight The Jennie brought out no norolil negold tieold
gold old except what was w In poaaewloQ of ofler orher ofer
her ler passengers as a It has ha not been poll poailble poll81ble posIble
ilble to do much work In the district districtluring dlltrlttduring districturing
luring the winter Inter season The Jsenlvas Jsenl JIIIwa Jianheas
wa vas as the th first vessel to break through throughho
he ice and reach cll Nome this seanon asseosiho seanonShe oa oaShe I
She ho sailed Nlied from Seattle May Jot 1 2 and ar arIved arrled arfred I
fred at Nome May 23 three daysihead days daYIahead dayshead
ahead of the steamer Alpha although althoughhe
the he e latter had sailed In the middle of ofVprll ofAiril ofPill
Pill AirilTIle VprllThe PillThe
The Jeanle brings news of all the theesaels theNlel theeasels
easels of the th northern diet They Theyre i 1
Rre re waiting the breaking bfMkt nn of the Ice Iceome 1CtIOme iceime
ome remaining at Dutch harbor and andhe andthe aridme
he me others scattered lCatt along to within 140 140titles 14D1tJ1I 140lIes
1tJ1I titles of Iape ape None Several of th thceaels thy the theruels
y ceaels III Including Includl the revenue cutter cutterfcar culterDear cutterear
Dear are rosen In about latitude MIt MItilthn 11111within 1011ithtn
within 106 miles mil of Nome A number numberf
of > f r minor accidents to the fleet fle are areporttd re reorted perted
orted and there has h been tome 10 dam damge damage dame
age ge e to freight and baggage but so far fars farall
all s I learned no Injury to persons or lofts loftsfllfe 1 1of 1O 1Olife
of fllfe fllfeIteturnlng life lifeltpturnlng lifeReturning
Returning passengers report re Ort the gen genral pnerRI gencl
ral cl health at Nome NOI to have been good goodhrouRhcut Ioodthroullwut goodroughout
hrouRhcut the winter There Th has been beenuk IJHlalk beenek
uk of accommodations and an prtoea prto for forverythlng forIvfrylhlng furerymhtng
verythlng are high but the situation situationill
wi ill II he 1 relieved as soon as the toe osbk osbkd breaks breaksnd brMkJand
and nd d freight vessels get through throughGunrilliiK throuhOU throughUmmnritixig
GunrilliiK OU rtllll Against ftI1l8t till Ilnguo IlnguoBan
Ban an Francisco Cal June II 11In In lasu lasug IuInr
Inr g health certificate to nereoos In Inending Intending Intiding
ending to leave this Stat Federal Federaluaiantlne Federalquatanllne FederalJarantine
uaiantlne Officer Klnyoun is acting actingmler actingundlr actingtier
tier instructions from Wl Washington Washingtonurgeon Vasbingtonirgeon lnrton lnrtonSurgon
urgeon General Wyman U quoted in invperlal friepecial Ina
a vperlal dispatch M saying sayingI
I have issued orders to Dr Kinyoun Kinyounmaintain Rthyounmaintain
10 > maintain a quarantine along borders bordersr
ot r the State of California The Th faet facttat faetthat faetat
that tat the th U tpcal > cal quarantine has 11 been lifted IUtetlwill liftedIll
will Ill not pXCIIH cacti lack of vigilance on onie onthe one
the ie e part at the tb federal authorities Dr Drlinyoun D Dmnroun DInyoun
linyoun received his hl orders tome om days da1altO
altO 70 0 My desire Is I to establish such a ariot 1 18trlot ariot
8trlot riot quarantine < along the Pacific PRclftccoallt PRclftccoalltthat coast coastwit
that wit it will be b Impossible for a person personispeeUd IlelllOnIUSpeet iwrnspertad
ispeeUd < < l of liuvlng 1 lnlC the dread dIsease dlneaaei dIseasegala
to i rain entrance to our shores Quar QuarAttna Quarantt QuartID
antt Attna tID l officer ffireya not only at Ran FrancisbilL Francis Francisbut
00 but nt other posts i ° ts slung the Pacific 1aclflcul ladncooast Pacificact
ooast > ul have been Instructed to be mOlt
watchful and the tI law la gives lvel thm full fulauthority fullauthollL fuauthority
authority to prevent the entry tin lor of Sul sunpects Sulpeet sulpeets
pects pectsMimloreil peetIurclorrll peets1iiriloreii
Mimloreil Ills wlttTaiul Ili jimiti IIII Shot Other OtherChicago OtlloNChlcaro OtherChicago
Chicago June U 1IA A special to th thTribune lobe lobeTrlbunt tiTribune
Tribune from Flora Iud says TerrBarnard Ierrflriiard terry terryBaruni
Barnard last night btlhol shot and killed Jen Jentile Jettile Jennl
tile nl Davis his hi formerwife Con > > rwlfe who ha harecently had hadrecently harecently <
recently secured a divorce and dan dangernusly damgernusly IantlernUII
gernusly wounded her mother and thre threyear thrtrur threyear
year old daughter The tragedy oc occurred QCcurrtd oxcurred
curred as thtiy were returning fron fronchurch troltJchurch trochurch
church Three shots were fired anti antiuh an aneach m meach
each took effect Barnards fortniilte forme formewife Cortnerwife
wife was preparing to leave town am amliarnard anll anllBarnard anBarnard
Barnard who wan attached to th thchild tbe tbeblld t tchild
child had heard of It and was de detennlned detflnnlned ditermnined
tennlned they should nut go He me methem met metthem methem
them face to face and at once begs begufiring beaJIftrlng begsfiring
firing liarnard escaped escapedA NOapedPIht
A IUtlit to tho Dcntli DcntliSt
St Louis June IS 161rnldent President Mahon Mahonof
of the International Association o oAmalgamated ot otAmalpmated cAmalgamated
Amalgamated Steel Hallway employes employesmade elOlloytnade emnpioyeimade
made this statement this afternoon afternoonThis afternoonThl afternoonThis
This Is I now a light to the finish finishPresident tlnlh114enl t1nlsPresident
President Gomper told me this afternoon after afternoon arternoon
noon that he propoaea to turn the enttnpower enttn enUrellOwer entlrPower
power of the American federation ol ollabor otlabor o olabor
labor with Its It I membership of two mU millions mUIlona mulions ¬
lions against the Tntuvlt company c and andtight Andf1cht Sal Salflaht
tight the Issue out If It takes five th yean yeanto yearto ean eanto
to do It The boycott to be declaredwill declared declarfdwill deciaretwill
will apply not only onl to the Transit com company romIl8n cornIffinu
pany but to every evet person every eYfll bud buslness bUillliell budness
ness man every corporation or Indi Individual Indlvidual miiivudual ¬
vidual favoring them In any an 11 way wayIiitcrnntlonnl Wll WllIlltorlintiolln1 WRYIntormntlonal
Iiitcrnntlonnl Printers PrintersMilwaukee Prlntcr111waukee lrintcrsMIlwaukee
Milwaukee Wig June J IS ISTh The an annual anliual annual ¬
nual convention of Vie 1M International InternationalPrinting InternationalPrinting InternationaPrinting
Printing Preaemeni union opened hers herstoday henttocla hentoday
today tocla According to President James JamesII
II Bowman of Chicago who Is herethe here herethe herethe
the business buln to be transact by the theconvention theconvention theconvention
convention will be of interest to em employers el11ploenl eraployers ¬
ployers ae Vrell 11 as to mimbera of the theunion theunion liiiunion
union
Now Honolulu Jlo 1 Hank HankSan HnnkSan BatikSan
San Francisco June IS 18Col Col G W WMacParlane WlacParlane WMacPariane
MacParlane of Honolulu and his hI hIsoclate as associates ascoclatesi ¬
sociates In the First American Ilank Ilankof Iianhcit
of Honolulu have been granted a char charter chsrtsr charter ¬
ter for the First National Dank of ofHawaii orI1awall ofifawail
Hawaii Mr MaiParlane lI Farlane will sail for forHonolulu forHonolulu forIloitoluiti
Honolulu this w week < k to arrange for the thetaking thelakin thetaking
taking lakin over of the assets and busi business buln busiMss ¬
ness n of the First American bank by b the theFirst Ibe1IIIIt theFirst
First National bank The new W bank hat haabeen hatb hasben
been b n selected as the medium for paying pay payIng PlyIn
Ing In off the postal deposits of J7MOM J7MOMdue 3750001due 7ooeIdue
due the depositors of the Postal Sav Savings Sa livlags v vIng8 ¬
lags bank of Honolulu an obligation obligationthat
that the American government ro ernment assumed assumedat
at the time of annexation together togetherwith toretherwith togetherwith
with the 44000000 of Hawaiian govern government IrIJvtmment governmint ¬
ment bonds These bonds will be paid paidlater palllater paidlater
later but the Sellgmans together tO UMr with withthe withthe withthe
the AngloCalifornia bank will finance financethe Onancethe financetime
the payment of the postal po UlI deposits on onthe onthe ontile
the let l t of July Jul Mr MacParlane says saysbat IIISIhat saysthat
bat he h will take with him 7MOOO In InUnited InUnlled inUnited
United States gold old coin and government governmentexchange goernmentxchanne governmentexchange
exchange with Ith which hldl to pay off all theclaims the theclaims thelIall11l
claims of depositors depositorsArizona deJlOIIItonrllOnn depositorsArizomin
Arizona Indians SulTcrliiif 8iifiorlrmglrtunlx SulTcrliiifPrtenljc HuncrhlPruml
Prtenljc Art June IS 118 S M Mc McCowatu MoCowall Mccowan
Cowatu superintendent of the Phnentx PhnentxIndian Ih 1hrnniIndian nlx nlxIndian
Indian Industrial school having been beendirected beendlretted beenLIitd
directed to Investigate the condition of ofthe orthe offile
the Pima Indians on their reservation remrvatlonon
on n the Gila river thirty mites mil from fromhere fromhere fromlure
here who were reported to be suffering sufferingfrom sufferingrom urterlnctrom
from rom famine states that 8000 IMmas IMmasand Plmaaanll Pimasnd
and nd on equal number of Panagoe are In Ingreat IIIcreat Intreat
great distress CongreM > his h approriated appro appropriated approprlated ¬
priated riated WOOD for the th tellef of the In Indians Indlanl Inhans ¬
hans and rations will soon be dis distributed dilI dl dlributed ¬
tributed tributedHLItOMO I rlbuttllIJUJJO ributediIIJBONIO
HLItOMO IJUJJO IO PIjAGUH IN MHY1CO MHY1COUcport MiOXICOtopoet
Ucport Hint It lenfilmo U nt Ilio Pnolllo Port Portor Portof lvrtof
of Gimymns GimymnsSt OunII1 II
St Louie June 1SA 11 special to the theQlobe tb tbOlobe thelioi
Qlobe lioi Democrat from Hurmoftlllo Me Mixlays Mesays MexlAya
says saysMany
laysMany
Many any exciting rumors hare been cur current cureat ¬
rent here for several eYera days put to the theeffect timefleet
effect that the bubonic plague Pile has made madeItu madeItll madehi
Itu appearance at Guaynws GlUI this State StateA IttA Ititerigid
A rigid Investigation IMS 1 been made madeby madeby
by ly the Sonora health hel h authorities under underJlrectkm underdlrectJotl underlirection
Jlrectkm of the lie national board of oftiealth DCbealth ofcaith
tiealth It 1 III found that thirty China Cttloamen ChtuaI
I men tn who arrived at Gtiaymaa a few fewlays fewdaYI fewlays
lays ago after artt pasting anI through pan saaFrancisco MaJllAncllOO panrancisce
Francisco and the United Stales Ire Irex litbolld ittlond
bolld x > nd were taken sick upon arriving arrivingtt
tt 1 Guaymas and nd the symptom of their theirllness tbelrIIIn theirIlness
IIIn llness Indicated that they were vie vlclms viehni 1ctlmll
lms of the > plague plagueThe plagueThe plagueml
The whole bolt lot of Chinamen were Im Imnedlately 1mmedlatly loxisdiately
nedlately Isolated llOlat d and are a now un unler under Unem
ler em surveillance awaiting develop developnents dPTelopment developlents
lents Some of them have died butII but butjie butUlfl
jie II number ot deaths Is not known knownere knownhere
here ere eraItiIl1IalON ereIlKUGION
IlKUGION HY RITIIH TUB SWORD 8WO1Urotcstnnt swomlrotelllllnt SWORDroteslnnt
rotcstnnt niriiop Itieliopwho Who Would Wo t Make MakeClilncio 3a10ClIhlC50 MakeCiIIueeoFtlrisIiatmc
Clilncio CiIIueeoFtlrisIiatmc fhrhtlanllb ChrlMlatin by U Puree PureeChicago lorccChlO8soune lurceChicago
Chicago ChlO8soune 4une une II 1IA A tpedal to the theTribune tbeTrlbun therlbune
Tribune from Denver Colo ColoDlllhop says saysBishop saysBishop
Bishop Harl Cranston Cran t n who recently recentlyvturned recentlyreturned recentlytturnsd
returned from China declared from the themlplt thepulpit theulpit
pulpit today that civilized nations must mustul muelrule
rule ul ii Chloe ChirmIt
It Is worth any an cost a t In money he lield heMid herid
Mid rid ld It ta a worth Wo any an suet t in blood bloodhed bloodflhed bloodd
hed d U we w can make the millions mill to athineee of ofChinese nrlhlnwe
Chinese true and Intelligent Chris Chrislane Ch ChtlaM ChrisI
lane laneI
tlaMwould I would cut all of the red tape In Inhe In1he Inme
1he he me world and break all the treaties treatiesver tUHeYer
ver > made to place the armies annl of the thenltwl IhetlnltPd thenited
nltwl Stales Stat In the fore next to Great GreatIrtUln Ore1lJl1taln Great111am
IrtUln lJl1talnTh IrtUlnThe 111am 111amTh
Th open door must be > maintained maintainedor
Car or it Christianity as Q well as commerce
ECZEMA 4SATAN1C 4SATAN1CThis SA TA N1C N1CThis
I T 7C 0 H Hwthe Htbe
This moil aggravating and tormenting of all skitt disenica is caused by an add condition of ofthe
the blood cud ud unless unk relieved through certain instrumentalities InttruJnCn IUe too much muchof
of this acid pouon teaches tli the nkiii sad lId it becomes rod end id inflamed The itching ltcimin and burning burnhl are arealmost lireall1tOAt arealmost
almost unbearable IIlIbo rable especially when overheated from roam any cna U61 The skin seems In on fire nrc sleep or rest is isitupoMible I IiWpotIIiblc Isimpossible
impossible the desperate sufferer regardless of consequences COII uen scratches until strength is exhaustedThis exhausted ubauatedThle
This burning itchlug ftchln huuior appear sometimes in little pustules discharging a sticky stick fluid which whichforms wblchforms whichforums
forms crusts and scales Again the skin is dry ban banll1l1d and finured itches intensely bleeds bl 11 aud Cbs hi over overThin oerThill overThus
Thin is a painful and stubborn form of the disease diseaseWhile dlStMCWhilc diseaseVhilc
Salt Rheum and like troubles are potei of asdltoaicaol asdltoaicaolthe at diseases of ofUtt ofthe
While Bownia l ema Tetter Krysipelas many
c j the skin they the are really blood diseases d lleuea because becauseTHERE becauseTHERE c cTHERE
THERE CAN CA IV BE NO EXTERNAL L IRRITATION IRRITATIONWITHOUT IRRITATIONWITHOUT IRRITA TION TIONWITHOUT
WITHOUT A AN INTERNAL CAUSE CAUSEIf
If 1 the Mood is iln in It pure healthy hNlth condition no poisonous elements c rAn n reach the skin skinKxtrrnal RkiflEvtrrnai kinlixtrmal
I t Kxtrrnal applications I of washes lotions ma ana salves sometimes mitigate the itching and soothe the tbeiiirtttitimntion theillt1l1nllllatioll theiuflaitimtiation
iiirtttitimntion but cannot reach the disease Only Onl S S S the real Wood > medicine can do this UIHS tbiS
S S 5 the only onl purely vegetable remedy known is i a safe ll e and permanent cure for Eomua aid id ill deep kepstatrtl seated blood and andkin andkin antiskin
kin troubles It goes go direct to the seat of the disease neutralizes neutral ft the acids I and cUansef dlall the Mo Illolw u ninfIfl mfuts and Invigorates iniigoratesall
relies rtJievl 1 alt inflammation inflanimaUontubsiiies inflamma inflammationiuiides on onublide
the natural channels the kill
all 11 the organs and thus deun the th thtsstemtl s > stem of all impurities through
tubsiiies and all 11 signs of < If > f the dimw di1l dmap dillllpptlr dillllpptlrJtfM disappeartfji > ear earMn
JtfM M Multinlii ol Cvrditixlon itkln M ye he w wia i ffllrtrt fIIld with Kcrnfnlnui torn 1O1Id and Fcrcmi Eczemafrost Fcrcmifrom FtttmilroII
from Mn birth bs Her her r nt llnm I tine nel became hi lnll tttiy roUen thai she blt w was not muyalaiblF mI > IJalabl indhet end her Imil Imilami JimlaDd Iiiuland
aDd hind > were we vtiy Yel tact ot flic w wac trcmlrd b bl ill II the doclon In town without Wng fofIInljlntIiW lirnrfitf l mid a1 ii4 in inher iiihr
18 8 ah aile 5 fullowrd filow hi his Ktc and andfitly nd ndpromplly wa wapromptly 555 555caae
her 11 < < researches for or r rebel lirl hr WM told by In n old phynldau tu u Ilk S i <
Thl ThIewassertesa ellteeB e niaEo 8h She iiiccrrIiehewoemldbavetefliatrgrSviyearSSObUtfOt1iRcidaddL lIi ltKTrrh ltKTrrhkllrm < < rrh rrhtdl
promptly fitly eurnl U a lid dhMnf baa fleecy CTh had < J a rrtornof retUrn Hwdlmut wa e rf1IJo serssga
kllrm tdl iehewoemldbavetefliatrgrSviyearSSObUtfOt1iRcidaddL Ibe h would have brra IB br gnrt ytan afo bat lot Of II I S lad add what wbettthaadoueformne wbettthaadoueformneitwillforoiheu U hai d dout ur far or me meUwllldoforolhM lIIe lIIeIt
UwllldoforolhM UwllldoforolhMCttW It itwillforoiheuSend witt for othm othmSend
Send forourbook fur our book on Blood and Skin Diseases Di and write our oufph ph f idanifully dans clanulI fully about your yourth our ourCMe
CttW CttWSend th they r will cheerfully give any information or advice wanted Ve e make no charge tor this thisi Ad Are lf SIII 5 Saecftlc ecmc Co AIJtaGa AIJtaGai Atiumta Os OsI
i > Ut C iM t rXti iSWWWttK iSWWWttKGARDNER IU fU1 U lUi ao aotlI l t t M I 5 M on onGARDNER
i tlI GARDNER DAILY STORE NEWS NEWSTODA NEWSTODAYSummer S f fTODAY I
t TODAY TODAYSummer Y Summer Clothes Clothest f fTolil r ii
Tolil ol two Summer Suits Sat Saturday SaturdayOno iit1ay iit1ayOiio
Ono fit SB50 1150 the other at SlO 1000 1000There 10 00 00IT i
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0 IT There were tne somo ilJ i Suits hi m tho two lots lotsHavent lotsHI1OI1t lotsllavoiiL
Havent counted the ones loft leftmi loftlint loftBut
mi lint you ou must have taken at least half of thorn before closing timeSaturday time timnSatu1da timaSatiiitlay
Saturday night nightTJio nightrJIO 1 1The
The SB 1150 O one is of light gray mixtiiro roundcut style st lo of coat coatTho coat1he 1 1t 1Tito
Tho 81000 1000 one is of a very liirht gray broken plaid also with roundcut round roundcut 10nlHIcut
t cut coat Both ot them arc well tailored all through throughIf fhlOlltrllIf i iIf
If neither of these should strike your OU1 fancy timc wovo others from 8000 GOO 600to GOOto s st
1 to t 0 S 28 S u
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g The Crash Suits Suitsr SuitsOood
ti C Clooduervlcesble
r Good looduervlcesble serviceable eool and Com ComT 0CMfIfortalll iiorafortable
T > fortable fortableV fortalllT11e fortableThe
V The kinds you OU can throw Into the thewash thelh lb lbI
I wash lh tub when theyre soiled soiledS3
S3 t And nd they tbr CORK out fresh and andwhole andwhol sndwhole
whole wholeOne wholOn wholeOne
One particular one Oh at Jt JtOf 11t 11tOt
Of Il fancy talt 0 check k or sirlne sirlneCoat aUtpei
I i Coat and vest t of Mine m material materialv
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1Coat
k v Coat only SUO SUOi ILSOWe
X i We W know that these tb would be bemarked bemarked bemarked
marked ro 0 j tier > er cent more at any anyit a an anyR
it other store ItO you know knowSome knowi knowSome
Some Sol other suits SIM St L to U6W
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i i Summer Clothes need Hells lie to 200 and weve Grips Orll to Carry your extras xtra In when you ou go 0 alrlpplne alrlpplnes atrlppingONEPCE i iI
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DEUGOA BAY IS ISSOON ISSOON ISSOON
SOON TO BE CLOSED CLOSEDThat
That Plan to be Followed to Starve StarvfOut StarveOut StarviOut
Out the Transvaalers TransvaalersROBERTS T Transvaalers1ROBERTS ransvaalersHO
ROBERTS HO EHlS THINKS WAR OVEUliritimli OVER OVERHrltUli OYERIIrHhh
HrltUli Troops Jlaf il y lie Sent tllC from fromhutnli trouSouth roul
South Africa to 0 China Chinallocr Clllull ClllullUorr Clilmiahoer
hoer lltillctln lltillctlnNew IIIIJlelluNew itulietltiNew
t
New YOlk June lA 1 dispatch to the thiTribune theTribu hi hiTribune
Tribune Tribu from london saysNew says saysNejrs a aN
Nejrs N New from South Africa was II measai measaiat
at rai r MMflaL Wil The opinion prevail al alCapetown atCepetown a aCapetown
Capetown that the Delaeoa lalfOlL Day com coinmunlcalloua communications cornmullUolla ¬
munications will be cut oft speedily and antlthe andthe am amthe
the war brousjlit to a close There havtbeen have havebeeN havebeen
been many maD untrustworthy rumors rumorsabout rumorsallollt rumorsalat
about secret expedition toward Ko JtonIUoort ItornitIoort Koniatloort
niatloort nIUoort but there has h been no deft definlta deftnUt deflnit
nUt information that any moment of ofthis ofth ofthis
this th kin CIPId Is In progress Irorr through throulh Swazi Swaziland Swaziland Swaziland ¬
land Lord Ix Jor rd Itoberta Iobr own Man of cam campaltn campall esmpaigtt
paltn pall seems sm to involve Involv complete cmplete separ separation separation pr pratl ¬
ation atl of the te Free Fe State and the Trans Transvaal Tni Tnival Tranacash ¬
cash val forces tor by the occupation ocupton of the therailway lh lhrala theratIwl
railway rala between Johannesburg Johannebur and andLalnss ad adLi andIAins
Lalnss Li Nek which will wi probably probally be becaptured b bcaptured beapturd
captured this week weekPress w weeklress k klr
Press lr dispatches dlptchet Indicate that no ad advance adan adtaiice ¬
vance an has h been bn made from tom Volkarust Volkarusttoward Volkrult Volkrulttowrd oihajutLoward
toward towrd Brmelo 1rlo and that there has hasbeen ha ha1n baalain
1n been no 10 change In the situation Iltualon In the theIiVe tbeI1 theIre
I1 Ire State General an rl Itundles nunclel th1110n th1110nIklllllhln divisionskimmishin division divisionIs
Is sklmilshlnc with the commandosbut commandos colnma ol ol1t
Iklllllhln tle
but ut only Insignificant outpost affairs affairsare attalllar
1t 01 Inlnlcnt outp
artillery firing firingnear firingtear
ar are reported rtpre with some tme rtler 1rlf
Plckabur PlckaburThe
near
nr The J ministerial tbur crisis rl at Capetown Captown ls lstttitoved IIbive IsIieved
tttitoved Tt mmlerlal to t be b at an a end and Sir John JohnJorOoh JohnOo JohnJotu
bive JorOoh i Sprites 5 rllli ii reported reportf to have re received tfeelYe relved ¬
Oo ceived lved assurances uran e from rain Mr Schretners Schretnersprop Shrner ShrnerIP Schreinersroap
eelYe prop IP which will 11 enable enab him to enter enteronica enterLondon
0 onica onicaLondon
0Ldon London June U 1 4 a m mTher rnThere There are arepone are111rtln areae
pone Ldon ae Indications that Lord Lrd Roberts Robertsrouatdeta nobertctt Robertsornddete
rouatdeta 111rtln the wars warl end In South 8uth Af Africa A Atlea ¬
ctt rica not far distant dtant One On of these tb la lathe I Ithe Ishe
tc the fact no that the th Natal volunteers volunteersho vohulterl vohulterlho
rho ho fe had seen IO hard bar te service vc were 1 dis dismissed dllmll di dinissed ¬
missed to heir homes br SIr Sir Itedvers ItedversHoller Jevefl JeveflDullr fedyersloller
mll Dullr Holler Saturday StuAa They Te were cheered cheeredis chere
is I they tbe left 11 camp campAnother campAnother ampADobtr
Another ADobtr Indication laclcatlon ls the report cur rurent Iur Iurrnt curmt
In authoritatively Informed mill millarr milla
rnt ent II aUlbrlttlrtly Infor f ml
ta arr a drthia la London Ldon tbat a complete completellvlston tomletedlvif completelinden
dlvif llvlston linden cr1 of rtxuUrs rllra Is to be b withdrawn withdrawnrow wltbdrawnfr
fr row den Duller 1ularl army ary and embarked embarkedit
it t Durban Du rD for fl China h I The TP troops troopsIrawn t troopsrawn Ip
Irawn from tr India hdl will wtl probably go gotext 10next goext
text Lord I Roberta Iobra let It them Uid BO IO o with wlthmt withoUI withUt
mt telegraphing The Te correspondents correspondentsit rrrndentl rrrndentlat
it t Ueadausrurs teplul are as they tie have ave been beenor bn bnfo
fo or ten le din n client clienttrnetfieial IUlt IUltUntlal sitlentflnotfleIal
trnetfieial IntelUicence Inteilm from tm Macliado MacliadoInr Machao Machaodlr
dlr Inr bF Untlal via I I Jr Lovrnso < ourmo Marques Maruf Is to be beffert beeffCt beffect
effCt ffert Out tt the t Lb British Brltb troops tf are near neardlddlelnirt ner nerM neartIdduebrr
M dlddlelnirt dlddlelnirtThe tIdduebrrPIie
Idd1r
The Doer narrative narrtlv of the fightingit fighting
ut Tfl it of Dr Pretoria Fror posted II on a bulletin bulletinrd buleUn buleUnbn bulletinosril
osril rd o outside wtll of President lrltt Kroners Kronersar JtruRer1cr
bn ar at Hachadndorp lcbnor ran rn thus thusThe tbufh thusime
cr
The fh commands east of Pretoria Pretorian rtorl
In n the Ut direction dlNUoP tGmmantn of Hronkhorstet nroDkh 1ronkhratpxiilt 1ronkhratpxiiltYe u > rnlt rnltire lt
I ire compiled rolnlfd to retIre tlfe after a fierce fierceitand I fleeceland
Itand land of more than two tw days I IN I a way wayhat wr wrthlt waylist
hat won nn admiration admiraton of the aitlag aitlagommandercvnrral aUlg aUlglommandt astlugommanderceneral
Tb TM short
lommandt ommandercvnrral tnerJ shot
I The Other Summer SUlmcr Suits SuitsThe Suis SuisTh SuitsFh
The Th new Preach lItDch dnnsCoat flannels flannelsCoat fnn fnnlot
Coat lot and trousers trousersNo troUr
No vest veatsTlisy vestThey t
They 11 wear wr fnc f fant n y vest 1 with wHi the theU th these
U 312 16 M ui uiThe upTb
HIM HIMSome 1101lome The T 10 VI suits ult are ar JTM 10 UOM IU sad sadHIM Id
Some Mostly Sme 10Sme oth pretty pretr vtrlpes vtrlpesDark etilpeLDark lrlJ wall II thin thing thingMostly UIII UIIIoth l lIostly
Dark Drk or light lightTben lightThan
Than 11 there the Irt are the U skeleton IlelO coats coatsand eoatand Coltand
and vet vlta blue or tray y scruM scruMWOO Hrl
WOO 151 XOO O 003750 003750And I7W I7WAnd SUOnd
And nd the alpacca alpac coats coatstlM coats1J0O
tlM 0 to 400Some 400 400Some UO UOSm
Some Sm at HW and 3W 10 with Ith extra extralong extr extraiong
long lon sleeves Iey
rsnse rifle flr nre was a very hot and fotpan fur furpan fjiPart
pan of the thf d dU > tspetlslly pedal late lot In the theafternoon theafernoon thiafternoon
afternoon the enemy etfmy fought at a dis distance dlllan diilance ¬
lance afernoon lan of 100 10 yards y dl Our loss cannotyet cannot cannotyet an ot ottt
yet tt be given Thl The acting arUn commandant commandantgeneral cAlnandant cAlnandantItntral commandantgeneral
general only mentions Field FII Coronet CoronetJohn Cortet CortetJohn CoronetJohn
John Van Burean Duran killed killedTUB kld kldIB hilledTuB
TUB IB OIWAX UU1lgteR1i1tOTIONS UU1lgteR1i1tOTIONSitfl UJ IJLHOTIOX8 IJLHOTIOX8All t
All 11 AVns WiY OrdetiyNntlonnilsts Onlcrlr Orlerl Xntlonallsts Nlltonllll1 nrctim nrc nrctlio nr nrtho
tim VIotuMHanna VIotuM tiotoriihavana IChrl IChrllana
Hanna lana June 17 17Gin O n Alejandro AlejandroRodriguez AIjndro AIjndroHorife Alijandraliotirigus
Rodriguez Horife nationalist natonUlt WM yesterday yesterdayelectee yesterdayeleted enay enayeetl
electee eetl mayor ma of Havana llan polling pUlr 11071 unot ILOTIvotes 11071votes
Mil for Senor JOe ItatraOa JOetrails
votes ot against aglnt cast Ct Snr Snrtrl
trails trl Mora o Independent ladepndent The Ti total totalvote totl totlvote totalvote
vote Ion IonThe fall tel about abt lMO UC below blow the registra registration relt regtsuaIon ¬
tionThe The national IUonal party pty elected elet Its entire entireticket entr entiretIcRe
ticket eighteen councilman counclln the trewa trewaurer t turtr treaurer
urer one on correctional crUoual judge Jud and three threemunicipal tlr hr hrmunicipal
municipal judges jld The other olherjdl judgeship judgeshlpfell lJI lJIfn
fell municipl to an Independent candidate efktt a as s did dklalso dk didaim
also 11 the th fourth furU Indeptcent municipal munlclpl1hlp judgeshlp Ot Otthe otthe 01the
the six other councilmen etulolm four tr are a ro roIlblcan ls lsieublicna re republicans
publicans Ilblcan and ald two are nationalists ntlllt who whoran whorn whoran
ran rn independently independentlyReports IndepndenUr IndepndenUrRpor independentlyReports
Reports Rpor from every vel part Irt Of the Island lalamlgo lland
go 0 to show that perfect pertet order orer prerailed pre prevailed prevale ¬
railed at the polls U Not a shot aot was wasflred wallf wasfired
fired f vale nor was there any blcn lrn of dis disturbance dl disturbine ¬
turbine turbanc anywhere anywhereTo anywhereT
To T an American Amerltan ob observer of the die election ele dieion ¬
tion lon ion here ber It seemed ae If the t people re regarded regirded
I am pJle pJleprde
girded prde the wholematter wbol mate with Wth absolute absoluteIndifference ablute abluteIndUtrl abioluteIndItfrecmc
Indifference IndUtrl There Tre was not even I acrowd a acrowd acrowd
crowd In waiting wll to hear h tl the result re l de declared tl tlclred dcclard ¬
clared clred Not No M I cheer cb WM 11 raised ri nor norwere norwera norwere
were there tlre any ot the he ordinary ordInr Indies indications Indi Indiestloris ¬
tions Ob of election eleUon excitement eternt although alloulh a ademonstration adetobtrUol ademonstration
demonstration detobtrUol In honor of the success avccessful Nll Nllful
ful candidate 9tdldat will 1 take Uke place tonight tonlihlThe tonll tonightTim
The victory vitor of the pN aaUottaluus aUlltl ii iichiefly IIchln ischiefly
chiefly chln due dl1 to the fact that t they teJ wen wenfirst werefirst erl erlfrlt
first frlt in the field fld and had h the Us benefit bnnt of ofa ofa ofa
a welldisciplined wellllllne organisation ornluUo Hut Hutas nuta lImitU
as a they thf only claimed clalme to have hve nv shut i I t u 1 1Cmembers I
000 0 members membrl It I la I obvious obviul Umt i large largeportion larlf larlfprtloD largeportion
portion prtloD of the b voting voUn population lIpul8 t In f 1 Ha Havan 11 havans
van VAn vans perhaps 3o MOOO IC wan not AIactpd AIactpdto R it carted cartedto ttd ttdto
to the tb ranks of the party part iluung tUII1 the thayear theyear theyear
year and a half haf prior to the te election electionThis el electionThu < Uon UonTil
This Til II thlefl rhlenr the result rlt of a lack of ofconfidenrejn ofcondenteln atconfldencein
confidenrejn condenteln the party leadersAnother leaders leadersAnother ledfrl ledfrlAnothflr
Another fact rac demonstrated dtmOlec by the theelection tbeeltion thediction
election eltion la I the Inability Inabity of the republl republlcan repuLI
can ra leaders ledtra headed hedt by Juan QualbertoOoraec Qualberto Oualbrto OualbrtoOOI GuiibrtoGomes
Gomes OOI and Domingo Dmln9 Mendenex 1enl Capote Capotewith Capte Captewlb Capotewith
with wlb their organ orn La L Dulon Discussion to rut rutan cutan ut utan
an Important figure trre In the tb politics pJUC of ofHavana ofHavana ofhavana
Havana The f republican lbll 1 leaders I ra havefailed have havefailed I
failed fane all along Ilon the tle line ln to Justify JuUt their theirnumerous lblr theirnumerous
numerous nutllfrou pretensions pretensionsSenor frtenaon frtenaonSnor preteimlanslenor I
Senor Snor Mora or contends ronted that tht he polled polleda ple
a majority of the th vote vote of the better betterclaai bte bitterclass
class cia districts and he attributes atrlbutN the thetriumph hetriumph I Itrlumh
triumph of the nationalists laUonallt to fraud fraudand 1rud 1rudand fraudand
and the votes of the mob mobImpartial rol mobImpartial
Impartial Jmprlal judges judre attribute attrIbte the th out outcome outrom outcorn ¬
come to ths th hard br work done by b the na nationalist na ustionallit ¬
tionalist tlonlit leaders ade Ovn O n Hodrlguei Irlle de declines dccitric derln ¬
clines rln to outline otne his Iii vlans Ih preferring preferringto prfrnr
to wait alt until uull the Haana IAU charter ebrtr has hasbeen Ia Iabn hasbeen
been bn made public tuble wth its IM definition definitionof dtnlUon dtnlUonot
of his hI powers powersAlthoush powerAlthouii poweftAlthouh
Althoush the th cry lf of the nationalists nationalistswas qatlonallstawas Uoalt
was that thf voters votflt should Ioull choose h the t e eolutiDnar rev revolutionary revolutionaii ¬
olutionary olutiDnar leaders IPd because bauH the tt work wok of ofthe oftt ofthe
the tt revolution revoluton was not complete Cmp1t and BRIlln BRIllnunler In Inorder Inorder
order to prove prve to the Intervening gay government 1 gayeriiment ¬
ernment that the people Ipl of Cuba ub con considered considered on onIldef1 ¬
sidered Ildef1 It Incomplete nevprtliplcnn nevprtliplcnnmany nfrttllpl nfrttllplman
many man of the leading Itadlnl councilman unrlmn elected pltltI pltltIand electedand < l land
and two of those who were Werl most m 1 anx nx
Jt JtFor 1 1For
For Bicyclers Bcyclers and Golfers GolfersWhich Golcrs GolcrsWhi t twliktai
Which Whi do you ou do doIttte dolt doJUde
Ittte lt a bicycle blcc bicycleOr S SOr >
Or golf folfTUelh lIn S SIkib i iDt
Dt Uelh kinds klad of suits 111 are an hers htrAnd he hersAnd t
And nd youll never nve know the real realpleasure rel relII realpissiur
pleasure II of either sport lprt unless unl you ou ouwr j jwear i iwear
wear one oneOne on onOne t
One 0 suit tl at UOO 10 of brown mix mixtura ml mlytori ii >
tura made In proper style mid midmad andmade
me propr I
mad md thing thingOthers thlulOlhl thingOthers to t wear like lk all al Gardner clo clothing o dothing t
Others Olhl up to 1 1000 1000And 100 O00And t tAn
to too And An many mnr for leas lea odd od pants pantsto pantstoo >
1
lous loU to secure Iure the mayoralty myoraly are net netIn nttIn netIn
In any an sense revolutionists rpvolutonbl The Th people peopleare
are also asking kin where whee the paclflco paclfo ppe ppeue are aroto nteto
to 0 come InContiit In InCondition I ICOlltlol
Condition COlltlol Contiit lou of 0 tho ho Treasury TreasuryWashington Trolllur TrolllurWashlnton TreasuryWashington
Washington June 1TTh 17 1h Th oondlUr eondhtfnof onlton onltonof > ti tiof
of the treasury IUI dlvllon divisions of Issue llU and andradsmptlon Inl andiedsmptlon
radsmptlon rmpton at the beginning bglRnlng of bUll business bUlln bustness ¬
ness n on Saturday Sturay was Wi as followsRId8IRV follows follows11B8EHVE folows folowsmMERVJ
11B8EHVE mMERVJ FUND FUNDOoia FUNDOold FUNDOotd
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Trust Tr t fund division of redemption redemptionOotd redemptionGOkI mpUan mpUanOOd
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Silver SIr dollars dolla of 18M 11 i440r i440rSliver 44or 44orSlvr 144OSIlvr >
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United UnIt States Stte notes notesTotal not notesrita f6IK f6IKTtJ
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and all Ku I l Neb tb ivll jui uil L mu I hi < w 5 WIlt WIlt8t West f fSt
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from tn rota th tbl the tink Inlk 111 h lorni mm Illuo K Kthe 1 1the
the Ut train In un i o1n > v < n v I of count count eountmand i iand >
and the It en entllrrlr engimi lni i ihr m lit u t n the tht thmi thmiUe thrtU thr t te
Ue U e In the tht lij hops s f runt rUII awa a Wy > from fromThe fruinIt 1 1It
It ItThe ItTe The Te train u t IN a III Jll ilild il iiu ii peopli ptOI amid arJIn atd amidIn I
In the earn Ihr th r was o al g i exrltein tXIIImI excitcinit excitcinitV1tb in inWith
With Ith the wind wint ui UIJ unj 1 J Lt en 1 1 came am hail haillUllstunc hii hit I I IIlaton Illiiilstoncs
lUllstunc Ilaton Ml an 01 Jar ira i baHbal basbaIIevery baHbalBvery ll llJDer
every JDer window in the nanu f n side r iha ihasleekier 1111 1111lillr th thsleeper
sleeper lillr three tif coaches coach and Id one On mui muicar Ilall Ilallcr naelcar
car cr was smashed Imalhe Glue 01 Hen all al allthe 0 < > v r rthe rtle
the tle cars ca and many of the msi > Inl1 > ng ngc ngcWere is iswere s sWfe
were Wfe cut by flying Iyln fragments fragmentnAVater fragmentsWater trllt
Water poured purd In through the th v l ldows i ilow8 v vdowg
low8 dowg and anl fairly ralrl flooded t0td the th ram Th Thiiwll Ttutah h hrml
utah rml clerks rlerk In the mall ml car ar climb ciinitl lmi 1 n i inear p pner i inear
near ner the th roof of the cars to k < i > uv uvMuch d it itMuch
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by b water The damare dama dom dOh > the tb cars carsand Carsand I
and sleeper will 1 amount to about abut MO 050lvery MOKvcry 1
Kvcry er window Ind In the engine cab ca was wasby wassmashed a
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