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DESERET DEsERErENNGWs EVENING KEW5 TUESDAY JUNE 19 1900 8 8I
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WORST HAS NOT NOTBEEN oT oTJ
J BEEN BEUITOLD TOLD YET YETDprobable R RProbable
Probable Massacre of All Foreigners in inPekin inPeldnLosses inpekinLosses
Pekin PeldnLosses Losses in the Taku Battle BattleMore BattleMore BattleMore
More American Troops
fVnrIY r rl DUpatebss1 DUpatebss1June I
0 w l I < June 1 iune1LAdIIP1tChtOt iune1LAdIIP1tChtOtr line 1 19A A dispatch to til tili tilt
111 ll i London LondonJ Myi MyicorrespomUnt aystcurTeIPOfldIflt
r J < ns correspomUnt says 1 It Itp I Iiii II IIII
p I MM MMi II iii lIull t the nil r l sxplanatlo sxplanatloif
i Iir r rA IIf if f Admiral Admlrelllermoull Seymours rnoua ea eaa exn e eam
n a WSS w am lilVidSd COUDM COUDMniiitley counlll counlllwHtley eouniiutleY
niiitley force fUCIIp only onl th thhonestly the
p p1 honestly cooperatin cooperatinitixh
t 1 itixh ifl h admiral admiralingii admiralA
I ingii JnlIlh h resident of Fskl Fsklaiins IkItIM
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tIM have bn be n UXen fA1c I en enn e eL
IHn n massacred Murdiinject Murdib Murdi Iurdtrli
1 L I i
li I II inject and motive of th thily the t tk
k N ily IY would b be spared It th thu the theI t teagurd
I u raptured The Ph forelK forelKin foreIfl
1 in fl the 111M am in quarter bv bvnii but butIIIItld btntitetrd
nii IIIItld ted The Urltish Ie IeirItcI legs legstainted Illfrom
tainted irItcI from the tPi Russia Russiai
i a t large pac used M Minnk asjflhIh4t a aI
I jflhIh4t innk t and this would 011111 be b bfl Ii IiUI
coul coulTlif coullllh coulThe
crowd
1 nmt r ng fl great reat
The lh United States Itat em emiiite emI enthe
I iiite ltt the Russian lega legai Ie IeitIofl
i itIofl it Ions were on a Btrw Btrwi trei treiS
S i n s wllh Hh the can cbal l on whlc whlcI
l I 11 nil Hrltleh tinbawle tinbawleMunition ttnblpsfl rnbauIjH
1
fl jH Munition of theOermsn the Orman an anf anll anlli
r f i ii ilK were Itr er nearly oppo OPpollte OPpollteI lt ltml
I L e ml the th Austrian was th tht the ther
t The embuiiy Incloiur Incloiuritmmndcd Inclolurlnlllllndd IncIsuriiiindd
itmmndcd from the grea greaand grer reat reatf
lI < V and would b tw Incapable a aiirtmt of ofInst cttT1t
f iirtmt Inst Chinese mob Threport Th Ther ThF
r nlIIM report ll I not coliclu colicluthf coflelUbut
but thf th t iiiuatlon U moat alarm alarmV alarmHiT alarniciT
V ciT > HiT NOT TOLD TOLDi
d i fi i Jlln UFNH and Mr Ir Broderlck Broderlcki
i II parliament rllotllpat left a palnfu palotulq
q 1 frM rut It the wont hu not been beeiM beent beean
an M i hit there hai bn A masse rnassaf tn tnfIlHM
f fIlHM i t XT In Pektn Tim TII oft onlntMatlon onlY onlYn oftI
> ntMatlon n Iatlon for member o omtt of ofIn ciV
I V In mtt t wa a the th Information that thathftd theV
V V 1 had tx bPen en ordered orderedV i iinl to ton1 <
V inl hat the British DrlUlhI
V V 1 i T imnpse troiion would lan lanir l11d l11dfhurMdR IanThursday <
ir i Thursday With addition additionM
M < MM n the way from mm Manlli
4 ii r i nrt rIM these belated rein reinimplied reinf reinhIirIld
< > implied according to th ththit thlthat thVV
VV that a catastrophe had al almrl ciV
V mrl 111 rot and that the relic reliclftt lIet lIetI
1 I lftt I it rp1 iieraiiup lJPIa lIP the legation legationi Ieationvritered
i e vritered r nHIO > n mirre < l There were a athat s1 s1that 11 11that
that the Taku torts ha hav hall hallapd <
v apd a 1od when It wai Wa too lat lat1n lateIrlhlng litV
V 1n tiling to wave the legations legationsiiu leaUonllIIIHATILio IsiatloncvlRAflL
iiu lIIIHATILio > iunLK VICTIMS VICTIMSnumber VICTIMSnumber IT S SII
number II of forelgnera li lit In Iiz
t M i > d to be about 11000 In Ini lbAlI1lrlcan
z i i V nurlcani at U Italt > aat one onein
V in Shanghai and not moeiiiany mon monmany
0 < many lI11n would be b huddle huddlei <
V i i H i H i h i > mt mhulY > a y at 1ekln Na Naiu NaII
V iu II tn I Christianity Ihrl tlanltY and tin tinN theI thE
E I N V r EUlupeanl iurup ans would consld consldi
i i V the number of refugeei refugeeit rptug el elThe
t M The Urttlnh Urltl h Incloiuri Incloiurii
i l LV utjisf tI I but all the legallani legallanii
V i ilv h iMenaelesp dlr I1I1Plp Lady IAI1 Mac Macu
V V u VTRI re I children was with wltlin1 willI
I > in1 rrlol asadnr udor Next to the am ami ammet m mI
i I ni met t prominent Ilromln t English Englishn
L r 1Vfl ln n was V55 Sir Itoi Hoert > ert Hart HartN
V N V IKf J of the imperial marl marland mIIII
< II and lived near the Frenel FrenelAMERICAN Frenehi Frenehcdn
tV i
cdn l 1 AMERICAN A l lUCAN RBQIMBNTS RBQIMBNTStf
i tf i id it iu the Tribune from Wash Washf
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d f th PXCfedIflgIy > xoi cdlngly grave < < rave coin coinna comIlt coinn
n na hat lat > developed In north northt
p 1 t i i IM 111111 tu it order that the Unltet Unltttlhll UnitetV
V 4 ru 1 rommeniurately repre reprerelief repreI
V I th > > relief and protacttvi protacttvii
i 1 < I upon the foreign na naI natIdent
1 I 1isident hal directed Oen Oent
> t I ui to mend three reglmenti reglmentiis
I is I A tn to Tien Tsln Tim which whichf whlcbljlllrt
f iiimrt of oommlssary f field fieldII tteI tteIV > eK eKii
V Vfl ii Mgnalmen and bll medical medlcai medicalr1lk
U i iiike tke H force of 6000 b Ad Adha AdV
1 1 V V ha has been directed to wm Nnd NndC samTaku wmTaku
C Taku an soon M she car carH carr1 camr4
r1 r4 H I uiil V Ii take extra marines and and4 an ant
J 4 f i t the Monterey now with wltlIf withH witfl
If flIL tickling nirknng1U ticklingr
r 1U HUSSION r1 ION OP CONGRESS CONCIRIMSui
< > ui it nA A ipelaI pcl l to th thj
V V L V V 1 Washington Jun II IItumors 1 1IU010rs
1 tumors are alloat that Mo Moidcd Moc to tojddcd <
c jddcd idcd to call an extra extrei
I P0 V i i V iKress rgrt to deal with th thitin the theE <
E V itin iI i In fl
i f V s in fl China growing If9wl r wing nut oulMn nutt
I t V Mn n of J > t the united Stet Stateiitionn Stat Statr Stett
r itionn It will be nece neceiihir necetI <
I V I iihir troops to China ChinAr
r i < millions In the Phlllp Phlllpi <
t r r i e > iruop t ruoll iQii fl be withdrawn withdrawni lthdra wn
i 1 Vf Mrelt I > It will req reqlr lr au auengms auf
f It U engms Ceng < to furnlsti furnlstif
f un oxtra eulon cannot cannotI
V 1 It i reliable source at till tillmiry thb thbI thbiiutry
I miry at th the White Hou Houit HOtlM HOtlMthe
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< V it un the subject A memo mem1iHidenta memoI mnerntsIients
1iHidenta J Mlllent otuclal family tmllI amII
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I 1 said saidlinuw lalltkl111W snitIV
V linuw whether this mattel matteii
4 V j i m IIJed ed or not but tin tinm thpIn timiTh
l m Th he depended 4epen d upon to dc dci dcbts
I > i hi 111M power to protect the theIrrty thoIrty thcrty
Irrty rty of Americans Ir IrHI InI irI irthis
HI ifore this country hai haintly haIV
I e 1 IV 1ntl intly ntly but Is nnw acting actlnRti actlnV
t V r ti the peowew peowewI JIIOW8111Il1
i L nri3 ij ACh on WAR WARiiuation WARHuaUon WARttuation
v
iiuation has l been > een dl dill diatM <
1 IH phases by b the Irtcl Irtcla lrt l li
i 1Ijllerl a < ivl r and nll they haVe havthe haeIh
k V the Ih future tutt It IB isLi quite quitetonvenlna
1 tonvenlna of onprs cngrMA cngrMAbut CongrMV
uw Li 1 but none of the urn utllI
V 4 V
VV 1 uimlt It Itmay itV itmmia
11 may 11111 change at on onI uflfirst unv unvih
V I ih flrat advice fromubirdly from Cromjuhlfdly frtnV
V
V ubirdly decide whether whetherfuture whethrfuture whetheV
V future Will bring peat peaiPO twR1l peatPoisiWe <
l PO p poulb Ib5fl causes fo fonatlnn tot rorOno totV totVifltttfl
natlnn One 1 the de deAmerican ce cethV 1 1II
V thV II > American legation and andK
V V V V r K lit < if the Amerloan minis minisr
I > r I 1M the action of the theTHku thpt theTaku
V Vt t THku who ho ordered ord his histhe histhe
V
1 the h international fleet fleetm eet eetV
I j V < It n m I sanctioned by b the Pe Petit PeI
I r tit a utate of war exists existsi lts ltsI
V i without authority and andi nd
4 > i 0 llnavowed there may mayolutlon myUf mayN1UtiOfl
I olutlon of the Incident IncidentED incidentiIL
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JIL IOIlT CnOWD IF CnOWDED
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V v > r In China ChlbRl growing IOwlnl out outinn outI
V I inn of the leeatlong or orT ort
t T I I then It will b be n MCM MCMI c s sr
I V r rp troops troo l to China Chi Ow Owondltlons OwI CafldItIonc
V I < ondltlons > In the Phil Phlttroops Philtroopa Philtroops
V
troops can be with WlthIf
V I V V If f any can be spared sparedruba aparedJ
V J Cuba or Ui Ute United Unitedj
V j I 1 TC it will li be Moasaary Moasaaryvu eoearyr
C r vu q r eMion et Ccnsres Ct gtllll t tto UI UIt tott
> t = to tt deal with th the Chln Chlnw
r
V w me from Pakln that Mill Mtoind Millto Mu MuVtfl
to Vtfl ind 1 ntber AiMrtaans tare tarei
V i there Ih will b be no aHher aHhert thtTI
10 It I 11 t Ii the adMlntairaUan IIdMi tmI tmIIrcC t t trce tII
II IrcC f rce r t wrong oBSUgll on = to UIWK g
Ute Chinese ctda to their sensea 118M and mil milth ma maktIms Je Jetbl
th tbl lives IIv of Americans as safe In Chin Chltnas Cblnaal Chinas
as they would be lo Washington WashingtonULOOD Waabl Washin4tonXILOOD ltun ltunDIOOD
ULOOD THICXJRR THAN WATER WATKRNew WATERNew WATERNew
New York June lJTbe The Taku tort fortioccupied tortoccupied tonioccupied
occupied on Saturday turda by the Interns Internstlonal Internatlonal Internstionsi
tlonal forces tOt ust 41 4 years talll ago were werthe werethe wetthe
the scene of an n episode which gave ave I Ithe to tothe I Ithe
the world that famous phrase Blood BloodII BltxxI
I II thicker ths th than wtr wtrA
A British fleet of eleven small mm mmboats gunboats rIIbbotl
boats under Admiral Hope wai en ennafed engaaed encaged
caged In an assault ull on the mud batter batterie
ie lei JUst Inside the 1tlllo river bar oi oiJune otl otlJune c cJune
June 16 6 186 whm bn tlie t e tide went down dowiand downnd dowand
and nd left them helpless hlpl In the mud unde undethe underthe undethe
the fir > of the Chinese Uhln smooth bore boreCaptain borelCaplaln boreCaptain
Captain TattnalL the flag officer com commandlrg llmmandln cnnmndirg
mandlrg the United States Chin Chlmsquadron Chinsquadron hll1a hll1alIqudron
squadron which was aa anchored off th thbar the thebr thban <
bar nominally guarding American In Interest Intlreltl interellu
terest perceiving < < the plight of th thHrltlih the thelJrlUh timllnitiih
Hrltlih admlrftl Ibwered hi barge am amwith Inll Inllwith anwith
with hi Das IIrlltfnnnt tIa ll lisatennot tennnt Stephen Dicatur Di Decatur Dccatur >
catur Trenchard wax badly wound woundeiand wUundedalld woundand
and one onetnan man III the barge was 81 killed li lipapalriR In IntlJlClu Iipassing
passing < < through tlJlClu < < h the fin from the forta fortaOnce rurtlOnc ortiOnce
Once on board however > r the Urltlil UrltlilRuns Urltllhrun Itnitielguns
Runs were so well welleervd served by th Amor AmorIcsns AmrIIn imr imricani
Icsns thit the forts were Url silenced lIe d am amTsttnsll and andTattnall semiTattnsli
Tsttnsll himself piloted the gunboats unboltIya bj bja b ba
a channel he had discovered until the thefound thty thtytound thefound
found the protection of the Meet outside outsideHBHOISM outldetimnol outsidehIIdROI
HBHOISM timnol hIIdROI tIA SAVED VED HIM HIMTaltnaUs 11IMTattnII1 hIMTattnaUs
TaltnaUs action cl1o was regarded by b timauthorities the thiauthorities theauthornlH
authorities at Washington as I tarn tarnmount tntmount tantamount
mount to dlobe4lncp dllob ltncp of orders u hi hihad hehatl iiihad
had been strongly cautioned by b his bllloV bllloVernmnt joy government joyernment
ernment to praserys neutrality and lim limit limIt lienit ¬
it his hi activity astelr rt to the protection oi oiAmericans ot otAmerlcanl o omenioanp
Americans U was detached froir froircommand tromcommand ron roncommand
command and brought home where whe hi hionly heonl h honly
only onl avoided a court martial thrpuHl thrpuHlthe thrpUMhthe thrpulthe
the great foil fottutlMtS pn0ut > ltr hit ht brave act feavi feavihim svi svihim e ehim
him TheBlood Tht Blood Is thicker than water waterphrase 1aterphra waterphrase
phrase wasCoined Mil coIned In IGnllllih ICnrll i newt newtpaper tulWIIIIPl1I newspaper
paper at that time awl was echoed echoedvigorously so sovloroully et etvtgorouiy
vigorously In the American press thai thaithe thatthe thathe
the navy nll department finally tlnall approved approvedTattnalls approvedTattnalll apmrovetTattnahis
Tattnalls action actionCIUNK8H actionCIIINICSIa actionCIIINICSIC I
I
CIUNK8H MILITAHY STRRNQTH STRRNQTHNew
New York June llProm 18 1rom caiwtuli3prepared carefully carefullyprepared cafPtullypreparpd
prepared Information on rile iii In the bu bureau buJau bureau ¬
reau nf military Information at the war waidepartment wardppartmpnl watdepartment
department the Chinese Chin array called calledth celledthf cailetthe
th the > Eight banners nner nominally con contain contaln eontalus ¬
talus about 900000 descendants of the theManchu tbefRnlhu thtManehu
Manchu conqueror and their tl1t > lr alllei allleisays ailleIhe alliessays
says the Tribunes Washington corre correspondent carrepondebt correspondent ¬
spondent Th Ths > number maintained on ona onII orwar
a war footing II from MOOO to 100000The 100000 100000The 100000The
The whole force II subdivided Into Intcthree Intothlffl mItthree
three groups consisting respectively ol olManchus ofManchu olManchus
Manchus Mongols tonrll and nd Chinese andforms and Intlfonn an anforms
forms a port Irt iff hereditary profession professionwithin prorClllonwlthlll protesslorwithin
within which intermarriage I Is compul compulsory compuisony ¬
sony 1101 About 37000 are stationed In gar garrison garnlsons ar arrlsonl ¬
rison in Manchuria the Imperial Imperialguard Imptrlalnard lmpeniaauard
guard nard at 1ekln contain from 1000 000 tc
7000 7 and these r 11 the th troops tlOO l that were wereexpected wereexpeeted weniexpected
expected to defend the forelvn legationi legationisnd letlonand legatloniand
and protect foreign interests intre tl from the thtmobs themobl tbimnobi
mobs
NO ARMY DISCIPLINE DISCIPLINEThe
The Vine PJnij or national army arm le lecalled I Iealled Iicalled
called also 110 the Hiratn 00 ra fl flags and the tbilive thIIe theFive
live Camps This hts army ann consists of 19 19corps ISCOrpl 11corps
corps on ons for eaeli Eli I province under tin tingovernor tb tbgovernor thegovernor
governor or governor 1 > general The Thenominal Thnomlnal Timenominal
nominal strength Is from 40000 to 040 to
000 men of whom about 108090 200 arc arcare aroare am amare
are available for war w ri never more than thanonethird thanonethird tliamionethird
onethird being called calK out The mOltImllOrtlnt mOlt moitimportant mostImportant
important contingent cOrl nset1t I II the Tien Tilnarmy rein Tllnann reinarmy
army ann corps nominally 100000 strong strongreally IItrobgally strongreally
really ally about 15000 with ith modern organi organisation ornllatlon organisatlon ¬
sation drill arms employed In garrisonduty garrison garrisonduty garrisonIlut
duty Ilut at Tien Tsln and at Tsku and andother andothor andother
other forts Besides flesI1sethsse these th forces there thereare thereare thereare
are mercenary troops raised In emerg emergencies emer emerflnelll emergentice < < ¬
encies and Mongolian and other Irregu Irregular IrlI1IIr IrreguIan ¬
Ian cavalry nominally 200000 strong strongreally Itrongally strongrealiy
really ally about 20000 000 but of no military militaryvalue mlll milUaryvalue rY rYnlue
value The total land army ann on lJfaee lJfaeeCootlng iacafooting ca cafooting
footing U Put at t 100000 and on war warfooting wartooting warfooting
footing at t about 1000000 but the army armyas arln arlnall
as a whole ha has no unity unit or cohesion cohesionthere eohetlolljthre cohesionthere
there Is I no proper discipline the drill drillIs
Is mere physical exercise the tb weapons weaponsare weaponart
are Ions since obsolete and nll there Is no notransport notranport notransport
transport commissariat or medical ser service tenlce er er1ce ¬
vice
DOXRIta UNORCUNIZBD UNORCUNIZBDThe
The llev n William Christie mission missionary ¬
ary ar of the Christian and Missionary MissionaryAlliance Mlumonar7dlilanee tlonal tlonal1IInce
Alliance stationed at TaoChee North NorthChina NorthChina NorthChina
China on the b herd berdr rd r ot 1 Thibet Thll arrived arrivedhere arriYedhere arrivedtier
here on the IurnesKla In an Inter Interview InterIew interview ¬
view Iew he nald naldThe 11II111Th mealdThe
The Boxer Mclstys chief purpose Is Isto IIto Isto
to expel foreigners from China They Theydo Theydo
do not sent 111 to have any spite against againstany
any IIn particular nationality or againstmissionaries against againstmissionaries aalntmlNlonarlflll
missionaries especially They The are not notmere notmere notmere
mere marauder or robbers but with without without without ¬
out doubt have secret backing from the themandarins themndarlns themandarins
mandarins The empress dowager may maynot maylIot maynot
not have any oHlclnla with them but butThe butTM buthe
The he door that Dnt saw had this tncrlfr tncrlfrtlon Intcrlptlotl Inectipt1nnowrft
tlon t1nnowrft over o r it Deps1rofhopealyewho Deps1rofhopealyewhoenter De Deepalr pair of hope aU ye who whoenter whoenter
enter here When Vfc n man despairs of hope hophe hopehe
he dnlni the very dregs d of despair deapalrThere depalrTlaere despairThere
There ore certain forma of disease to towhich toblcb totvbkh
which medical Ignorance l orIIce and popular BU BUprrstltlon auprrt1tion ennerMition >
prrstltlon have flvMi the title of Hopeless Hope Hopelew HopeIHS
IHS If That Tbatvery very fact act handicap the Miner Minerere IUffert1I
ere t1I from torn such diseases by robbing them of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the courage to try to regain health This Is Isparticularly IIpartilul ispartkuhmniy
particularly partilul < lrl true of Itwc Uiw diseases e AI A soon 110011II soonas oonai
ai disease fatten on the lung tl the victim victimfit octmltA
fit ltA down makes hi his will and awaits hi hifate lilt 1111fate liltfate
fate He wouldnt act that way ay If he were werebitten wereblttell werebitten
bitten by a taran tarantula tlrant0P tarannan ¬
nan tula or a rattleatuke rattle flttlttIlTrR nattZetTrR14
A
tIlTrR tTrR14 1tt 1 snake Hed fight fighttlwn fightthen
e then for hii hi We Wellut JlfelJut liIea
a lint he ii wider the theInfluence theIn
1 Influence In nence of the ig ignorant Ignorant 1gA ¬
norant and super superituious superiI u r rtitions
iI A ituious that write writeUeipairof writeV vrileDcepair
Ueipairof of hope hopeover hopeover II IIorr
V over the door of oftuihdittatt ofsu ofd
d suhdiseaaesulr suhdiseaaesulrncgiect tuihdittatt su dieeuci aabr aabrncgltct II br
nEglect or unikill unikillful unkilrul
b I lot treatment may mayend mayent mayb
b end ent fatally in con contumption COlIIUlllption
1 tumptionThere IUlllptionTlttre tumption suniptiotiI
I There is anew Int in intcription lascription
t tcription for that thatdoorway thattloo41 thatI
I doorway of disease diseasemade dlseltscmade diseaser
r made by rubbing rubbingout
out the first two twowordi twoword twowords
word I find IcavilllCIt leaving
u = = if Hoi all ye ycwho yewho yewho
who enter here re W Whet t Can hUt be beliope behope behope
hope for the mfterer with ilh the cowjUnt cowjUntcouch constant constantcough tlnt tlnttOIIgh
couch flushed face burdened breathing breathingend
end emaciated body b 41 Therecord Th record jays jaysyes MY MYd
yes d 4 Ninetyeight out of every hundred hundredcaw hvndr d dcuellllllbicla
caw cuellllllbicla in which whichlr Dr M lInt w Golden Medical MedicalDiscovery MedicalDiscovery ledlea1DbcOver1
Discovery has ha been used have been per permaaUy permaatJ1 periimttly
maaUy eW cured Oelden Medical Discov Discovery DlMOery fliccscry ¬
ery positively tlve1y cure weak lungs lunf i brpa brpachltfa been brotIdllti beenehitla
chltfa dllti obetisate liscering 1i ring coofh Weeding Weedingof
of the IVMT III and kindred ailment which whichif wklcU
if neglected find nd a fatal ending In conwtap conwtaplion ronlUDl o otio
lion tio It cantata no alcohol whisky or orether oroter orother
ether tUnwlant tUnwlantMT Mi tlmuiafltYeurtnedictneI4thcbItlbtYeevertIst lulaaL lulaaLVOItfmedidnektMbttt
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ntH Ufi J Jessie a te Zilegmas i lal 01 Vnllllree KaIo KaIoka KsIh4
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think they tbe will make a long contlnut tOnUnuednht continultight contlnutfight
fight as a they the are re unorganised unorganisedHow
How then do you account for Ai Aimlral Ad Admlral Amniral
mlral Seymours Seymourllnternational International force b bIng be beIn bingeompeiled
Ing In ingeompeiled compelled to turn back to TU TUTslnr Tin TinTlln ru ruTam
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TllnThe The navy nav has h no commlssarit an anwithout atWithout ml mlwithout
without doubt a portion of till Imperil Imperiltroops hnfMrt1troopa impenltroop
troops joined the Boxers Th The Inflt Infltence Innuenee inflience
ence of General rung Tun < < Full listing lhslanghave ma mahave may mayhave
have something to do with the 11 Imperil Imperiltroops ln Imperitroops Xrlai XrlaitrooplI
troops joining the lioxers lIe I Ie isgeneral tt ttgeneral the theleneral
general who hu quelled tli Mohammedan Mohammedarebellion Mohammedanrebellion Mo3tantmedirebellion
rebellion about five fty years ago II He an anthe and andtbe atthe
the army with Ilh which he conquer conquenthat conquerthat conquered
that rebellion were pre ordered to Pekland Pekl Pekiand
and have been stationed around the thicity tht thtcll thecity
city cll for the past two years eallo He Henotoriously Henotoriously I InotorioUlly
notoriously antiforeign There taen ai aiabout are areabout alabout
about 10000000 People In these pro proinc proiIncsa
Incsa IncsaCATHOLIC 1 inc
CATHOLIC MISSIONS IN CHINA CHINALittle CHINALittle ChINALittle
Little can be learned In this city cU about shotthe sboithe abouttbe
the Catholic missionaries In China i ithe U Utbe Ithe
the headquarters of all 11 Catholic mhaloha mh milIon tntaloha
aloha Ion are re In Prance So far as can I Iascertained be beucertalned 1ascertained
ascertained there la I only on one America AmericaCatholic AmerIcanCatltullc AmericaCathuilc
Catholic priest In China He II Patbi PatbiHornsby FatberHOrMby Pathellornsby
Hornsby of St Louis and II at t preset presetteaching llrelent llrelentteerhlnl presetteaching
teaching Kngllsh to t the native preaclera preach
era e In a seminary in Makao MakaoThe MalcaoThe IkaoThe
The million In th the north prorlirve prorbelicblIi prorlirveI llro e at atPichi <
I lchiU Pichi > I In which Pekln I is situate situateare IltuIIIMare
are under the control of the Lasaru Lasarumonks Lasartmonk
monks There Is I no house of that oi oider or4er oiden
den In New York From tbe Isteistatistics Istei IitellttItllticl hateeM4tistlcs
statistics from ItchlLI It appears the tbeout that thatout theout
out of a population of 12000000 In th thnorthern the thenorthern tPnorthern
northern provinces there are 88ft 88ftCatholics aaitO aaitOCath 38 38Catholics
Catholics Cath llc 21 a European and li nath nathprieata nath6prlHUi natipriests
priests 131 schools and S setnlnarle setnlnarleIt II II Irl IrlIt
It Is said that there Is I a larger propoi propoitlon proportJon propothen
then of native priest Iu that pravlm pravlmthan provlnftthan provinithan
than In any n other In China ChinaCHINA CblnCUIN ChinaChINA
CHINA DKCLAHBD WAR WARLondon WAFtLondon R RLondon
London June 19 830 0 a m mChlrla mChlrladeolred mChIsdeclared Chin Chindeclared
declared war against the world whe whethe whenthe whethe
the Taku forts opened nre rs upon th thInternational the theInterntlonal ttInternatIonal
International fleet t The accounts acooeintswhat c cwhat ot otwhat
what took place are still unaatisfat unaatisfatlory unuatistactory
tor tory the best semiofficial Information Informatlobeing InformationlIeln infonmatiabeing
being lIeln the dispatch received at Deri Derifrom lJerlln lJerllnfrom l3erlimom
from Che 1ooThe Too TooThe 100Tbe
The forces of the combined fleet Heetoccupied IIMtaoccupied fleetccupied
occupied the Taku north forts t rte yestei yesteiday sstet sstetlay ter terday
day after exploding a magaslne Th ThBritish The TheBrttllh TntBrltlah
British gunboat Algertne wa dam damaged dunaed damsged
aged and nd two of her offlosn omOlIland and tour foumen tourmen tounen
men were wounded Japan and Hula Ituselare Hulaare lInealire
are reported to be landing a large foreof fore forceot foret
of t troops AH 11 Is quiet here hereThe hereTh hereTb
The Th unofficial narratives coming b bway by bywy Liaay
way of Shanghai vary and bear evl evldence evitence I ItSence
dence of supplementing the main fact factwith taetlth factsrith
with lth guess uell work One dispatch say saythat 11 11that sayhat
that the Yorktown participated I Ihe li lithe In Inthe
the bombardment Another asserts tha thaAmerican thatAmerican thamerIcan
American ma marines rinse formed part of th thBtormlng UJ UJatolmln tl tltormIng
Btormlng force of 1000 1000L08S 1000LOSS 2000LOSS
LOSS OF TUB INTBItNATIONAU INTBItNATIONAUAn
An Associated AlIO < lated Press dispatch fror frorFile tromCbe ron ronhe
File he Poo dated yesterday afternoor afternoorsays aCternoollay
says ay The Th forts on both aides Ihl o oPaku ot otTktJ orku
Paku are now occupied Tile Chineepened Chine Chinespenc Chlnellopened
opened penc < l tire unexpectedly The TII casual casuallie eaualtill
lie is to the mixed force Ire as follows followsKllledIirltlih toll followsCiiiedIrItIsh wl
KllledIirltlih 1 < I German J Husslai ltuesiaand
1 1 and rench 1 1Wounded 1WoundedI1r1t1sh 1WoundettIlnltlsli
Wounded WoundedI1r1t1sh Ilritish f 4 German 7 Rus Ruslan RUI81an flusian
lan 45 and nll Inch 1 1Chinese 1Chin 1Chinee
Chinese Chin torpedo boats were seized wlzexlThe seizedThe zed zedTh
The Th Shanghai correspondent of th thDall the theDall tbaiiy
Dall aiiy Mall telegraphing yesterday yecterdHynays
nays The forts began firing In obedl obedlnce obedlence obedinc
nce nc to orders orde from Pekln oonreyein oonreyei OGnveedIn
In n I the personal edict of th the empresi empresilowager em emdowagn etniereetowager
lowager by b advice of Kang Yl i pee presdsnt IIf11Idnt peeint
dsnt of the ministry of war warSeveral warSeveral ar arSeveral
Several warships ar hl l were struck bj bjhella b bhell Litiehis
hell from the lie IMnoh guns of thfort th thefortI thioils <
fortI fort
fortThe The heavy h y Russian losses were due dwo dueto
to o the blowing up ot the magazine o oUandchur of ofMandhur olsndshur
Uandchur lsndshurtoo
400 CHINESE KILLBO KILLBOPour ICILLBDFour V
Four hundred Chinese Chin are reported reportedcllled reporledkilled reportilled
cllled The Chinese Chin who wen w retreat retreatng retreatIrwt
Irwt ng g fell Into the hands of the Itussiat Itussiatanil 1tunlaull itusslartlitI
anil force forceThe toroeTh forceThe
The Th Daily D II News has the tb following followingrom toUo1ugfrom
from rom CM Chi Poo Two of the torts wen wenilown werebJoytr wenlown
ilown up The thirtytwo warships ai aiPttku at atTliku 1 1attn
attn aggregated MsOOO 50 000 torn and car carled carried earled
led more than MO gunsThe guns gunsThe rUIIITbe
The failure of Admiral Seymour Stymouriolumn smourcolun1ll Seymourolumn
olumn and its It retreat to lien Tale Tslrncreaseslt Tal1Inerelt TaleicraHIt
ncreaseslt is presumed th the peril peI1Jot of th thegatlons thlept1l1nl tbgt1un
egatlons In Pekln IeklnL which la I still Iso Isoftted 110lated toodeci
ftted although Bhanghal forward forwardChinese fonrardaC forwardihinesa
C Chinese lnete rumors that the legal leilitoag loos wen wenittackeil wanItached re reattackec1
ittackeil Ur mobs who were eN now4 JDOe4d01n mnowEown > now4lown
own by machine Runs and alto that thaihe thatIhe thate
he e members of the legations w WItt WIttmaNlerecl wemansecreci n nnaMacred
naMacred The situation at t Nit Nithwang XluChwllng Nithwang
hwang Is I reported critical criticalMouic critical3tOmC critical1OlUC
Mouic TROOPS > S aoixa aoixaThe OOINOThe OOJNOThe
The British ooneul at Rio Kang liai liairdered llNordered liiirdered
rdered all foreigners to leave lea Ku LInE Llnind Llnrand LInEnd
and nd Nau King Chang nc The power JIG artaklag art aretklD Afteking
tklD eking prompt aetlon Pour titMlflnt titMlflntlerman thOltifindGerman tmGaMnerman
German erman troops have been ordered toChina tc tclna tahiema
China lna 10000 French troopa art waiting waitingo wa1UnS Unr Unrto
to o S embark at Saigon capital ot otCochln GIfrese GIfreseochin f Prw c4 c4ochln
ochln China and from fro 1018 M MM MMtore I ImON Ilore
tore Russians have h been ordsa front trotsoct frontort fromI
I ort rt Arthur to Taku TakuJluiUorcd Takulurl1arcII TakuMurdered
Murdered tier Jl JlVancouver Iormo3 Iormo3Vancouver 0110 0110neouVlr
Vancouver neouVlr B C Jun U hEVAtne5 hEVAtne5ewe Amongews Among Amoalnewl
ewe brought by IF th the steamer Aljvli Aljvliras Alllltatbat Alphaas
ras that of a shocking lho lDJ murder m at UN UNndlan tileIndln theidian
ndlan village of OtapullR twwtytwc twwtytwctile Wlltylwomllet
mllet tile from Port Sateur and ad 2 MO mllsirom mU mUtrom miles milesom
trom rom Cape Nora The name of th thinrdered the themur4 thenmrdwred
mur4 inrdered man Is I said 111 to be Li Thomas Tiiumailaokgowan Tttumaack Thomasokowan
laokgowan ack okowan owan Ills body bod was fright frightfully frtJhUullJtlktfd frightfullyattotsd full fullMtUated
MtUated From what the crew of th thIka tbIpitfL the
Ika 1 say the man was undoubted undoubtedJfuniered UbdoubtNfh undoubtedjun1ere4
h Jfuniered for his money mOM Indi Indisay IndlnPi mdia ¬
nPi ra ran a say y that the dead man whpn hn lilt laitalive liltMen lastIon
Men Ion n alive wan a in couuny o IlIn with lll1 two tuuthtx t twoker 11 11etltu
thtx Yvhite vhltl men menra
BOERS REFUSE REFUSEAN
AN ARMISTIGE ARMISTIGELord
Lord Roberts Offered Them Five FlvDays FiveDays FlyDays
Days to SurrenderGENERAL Surrender SurrondeflOI Surrend8r1GENERAL
GENERAL OI BOTHA DHOLINBD DHOLINBDIlottlllilei D iMtOLJN1tIlostIlitie OIJINED1Iutlllrle
Ilottlllilei XVere ff ere Then Itemimrd Itemimrdllotra tlllIlIIrd1I0er IIeinietIIloens
llotra AVIII WIIIllIlu Jlnke n Mtuid Ui the HieLjiltnbcrc theLJdeubrn limeLytietibeig
Ljiltnbcrc Illilrlcl IllilrlclI IlistrictaIIy
aIIy Ir DllpatclltlJ DllpatclltlJIotldon DIIptCISSLILondon
I London < Ju JIIII M I I m mRoberta mLord mLordRotJrtl rnLotRoberts
Roberta aoeorl aecordial to a Boer dlipatolfrom dlipatol dllpatolttruln dIpM dIpMfrom
from MachAOoflorp ceot lit a dispatch dispatchCommandant t tCummandant Iommandant
Commandant l LOUIS < Botha on n Jun Jun23rd Jun23rd JunlIed
23rd auntttinc disarmament dlaarmamentcomplimenting an ancomplimelttitlg 4 4Iompllmentlq
complimenting the bravery of th thbur thburhe thburihens
bur burhe burihens hera It wu pointed out that the thiurrender thelurrender timsurrender
surrender would be without dlahono dlahonoto I
to the burghers burp and nd would peeves prevenmuch pNventmuch peevesmitch
much aufferlnc 0 on n Botha BoU asked keel toa to toa fota
a fix Ix day armistice In order to con confer coftfer conten
fer and consider I 8Id U lArd > rd Roberta COlt couented COltInted eonsented
ented to flv ftvsa ttar dilL Finally Gen Bothi Bothideclined BoUladleltned Buthielectined
declined to accept the proposal and hot hottllltlea bGltIIlllel hoetilities
tllltlea were ere 1fMWe4 1fMWe4lhe i wed wedThe
The lioer commanded are retirlni retirlnito
to Mlddteburc followed by the hinitimilcaulr Hritlnl Hritlnliavulr I IIU
iavulr IU vuJr > and artillery occaalonall occaalonallshells occulonallyIhtlla
shells reaching the rear guard Thilioert The TheIwlll rhiloers
lioert are destroying the bridges am amburning aDhurnln saclurninj
burning the veldt 14t behind them carry carryInn IamInl ani7ing
Inn off I > ff provlilotw and cattle ttll and cay leayig leVIng caytrig
trig ig the country barren barrenOther barrnOthtr 1rrenOther
Other advice dvlt from Machadodorj M Mthat lilY lilYUlat sathat >
that the IJoer have h an abundance oi oiarm or orume o oarm
arm and ammunition with dynamite dynamiUand
and pxen and that they are prepar preparing lrlllarIn PrCPCring ¬
ing In heavy wagon train for a retreai retreaitu
tu the Uydenbertr dIstrict where th thchief tbe tbechlf thechiefs
chief notwithstanding rumor to tin UI6flntrary thecontrary tincontrary
contrary are prepare Iftpare4 to make makestand makestand a aBtand
stand standThe BtandThe standThe
The Boera continue oonth to work the liar liarbaton nraton liarbaton
baton aton mine Myi dispatch fromI from tromlourenllO rote roteLourenso
I ourenao < Marques and nd there are eight eightcarloada eightIarloada eightcarloads
carloads of bar cold ld valued at 6000 6000COO
000 with President Kruier KruierMr
Mr Steyn In hi bll proclamation de deduring dedarin dcelating
during darin the Free State itlll It III free and In Independent Indtfllndent Independent ¬
dependent says ay Y the fact that th > army armyI attn attnis rn rnI
I is yet In the told render lord Rob Hobert Roberl Roberts
ert action contrary to International Internationallaw
law lawIn la lawIn
In a dispatch to Ole war office from fromPretoria fromllretolla fromPretoria
Pretoria dated yesterday Ix lord > rd Rob Robert Robert Roberts
ert says that Gen Ba tenlowell < lib liaajuat libjut listjust
jut arrived then thenThe tbeflTbe thereThe
The Lourento Marques correspond correspondent
ent of the Times Tim under yesterdays yesterdaysdate
date say Judge Van I eeuwen IMuwenwho eeuwenwho euwenwho
who left Pretoria with a permit from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the military governor Is understood understoodto
to have been the bearer of a verbal verbalmemge verlmltlRae verbalmessage
message from the IlrttUh authorities authoritiesto
to President Kruger to the effect that thatIf thatif
If he would surrender now he would wouldnot wouldnot wouldnot
not be sent out of the country JudgeVan Judge JudgeVan JudpVan
Van Leeuwen was unable to let ee Mr MrKruiter 31CrKrurer MrKruger
Kruiter but when pmslng through throughMachadodorp tbrouahHalhadodorp throughMachadodorp
Machadodorp he b told Mate Secretary SecretaryKelts SecretryRlt SecretaryReits
Kelts about his minion The latter latterrouted IUerIcouled hatterscouted
routed the Hea lei of surrender surrenderunmet urrenderArrant urrnderJrrost
Arrant of ofSulkart ofSulkart8t Striker StrikerSt
St Louis Mo June l J8Ju4re Judye Wit WIUHam WIIlIam Wit11am
Ham E Tie a captain oapta oaptahiV9t qlr pf the tb sheriffs sheriffsposse herifTPOIMC herltrpatillo
posse and nd his men jure Nlflted ted leone teorgeOKeefe Ito1IOKeefe leoneOKeefe
OKeefe and William Woodllnd strik strikers stnikera trtkera
era tonight for following Mr I Joseph JosephCornelius JOItpltlomflIua Josephoriiiiuc
Cornelius and Mr 111 John a Farber andthreatening and andthreatening andthrtatenlng
threatening violence and nd using uIIII Insult Insultng InullIDI insultlng
IDI > ng language toward them Mn Far Farbern Farbtor Farhers
bern btor husband 1 II a nonuplon oouductor oouductorStrikers oouductorStrike conductorStrikers
Strikers had threatened d to blow up uptheir uptheir uptheir
their home with lth dynamite dynamiteLuther IlnamltLuther dynamiteLuther
Luther It Smith and ltI Forrest Birditrlkem Bird DlrdItrlblll Birdstrikers
itrlkem were siren arrested ted tonight charged chargedwith c1lar c1larwith chargedwith
with complicity in one of tonights dv dvnamltln drnmltlnr dvnatniting
namltln affair On being beln sweateeat sweated sweatedat WIUedat
at the Four Courts they admitted blow blowng lIlowIng blowfng
Ing ng up the car carIOlULTIO carIOlIJLATION
IOlULTIO N OK ronxo uico uicoConsug HI IIICOCensus eo eoCOIISIIII
Consug Shown It to he UoiJUia on onOctober 011Octolor ottOctober
October Ijnht IjnhtWashington lnMWublnton 1mMWashIngton
Washington June 18 lSlnlpeetor lSlnlpeetorGeneral 12InspectorGeneral Inspector InspectorGeneral
General J P Sanger director of the thecenau therenuI thecensus
census of Porto Illco has h Issued bul buletln bulletln bulletinm
etln No No1 1 gIving Itemlied statements statementsof
of the population of the Island airordnz airord nr nrIn
In nz to the census taken October 16thlast 16th 16ihait 16thlilt
lilt ait The population oC the Island as asshown asshown 1 1Ihon
shown by b that census was S53241 S53241about 913213about 3241 3241about
about ninetenths of the population of ofthe atthe ofthe
the State of MuryUnd In 1WO 1WOFrom 1 1Irom l1fOFrom
From KM eo to 1SI7 the percentage roentag of ofncreasa orIncreallt ofinereu
ncreasa In Porto Rico wag 1424 from fromST7 from1ST
ST7 1ST to 1SS7 was 914 14 per cent and androm andtraIn andfrom
traIn rom 117 to IStt was wa lUG per cent centTh clntThe centThe
Th The present rate of Increase It about abouthe aboutthe abouttime
he same as that of Ohio Tennessee Tenneaseeor
or the Carolina between the decade decadnof
of 1SW and ISM ISMAmong lItOAmong 1190Among
Among the sixtynine alxtyplneinunlrlp1 municipal dli diinote dlirlctf dl dltrlt
note Into which the departments are aredivided aredhlded aredivided
divided seven decreased In population populationlet Zeopulationbetween lOpulationbetween
between let ween hUT and nd 1IW 11 As A nil of them themle themlie
Ill le on the tb coast the bulletin says the thecoast t thecoast hI hIrout
coast district as a Who whole ma mar hare haregrown hlprown havegrown
grown rown more slowly than the interior interiorof mteriorof
of the Island IslandThe IIllndThe IslandThe
The area 18 of the Island Including the theadjacent thedjacent theadjacent
adjacent and Islands of Vlcquei VlcqueiCuebra YlcQuelCue Vhcquesuehra
Cuebra Cue Munlca and nd Muertos mean meanured mtalrell messuted
ured la connection with the census In
1101 606 square mile but owing to the theinserted theImllrtect theimerfct
inserted surveys on which map of oforto of1orto oflorto
1orto orto Rico are based there must be beonslderable blcoalidftllblp b bcoasiderable
onslderable and Indeterminate mar margin marJrln marsin ¬
gin of possible error In any such mea meaurement muurlrInt meacureotent
urement The Island I II about three threemet threetlmel threetimes
times met the site of Long Lon Island IilandThere IIJandThere IslandThere
There are 24 persons lIOb to the square squarenlle lQurerolll squaremile
nlle the density of population being beingabout belnrabout beingabout
about the tame a 81 In Massachusetts Massachusettswlce ta tatwice
twice that In New York and thrice that thi
In Ohio hlS1 illi It II nON tht tllall seven wn wnof tlm tlmtlaat times timesthat
that of Cuba The least settled Uled die dlsto dl dltrlet dietrtct
trlet hal nttrbt 11t1lfOta1 to the theThe thelICIuaN thesquare
square mile mileIM mUrig
The rig people of the th Island are in the theft themala themnatsi
mala ft a rural wmmunlty San an Juan Juanwith Junwith Juanwith
with non id I Pon with 7 nz I be benv belr
nv h i it v exceeding ttooo 116 000 in inj Inm
j m 11 L There are In the Inland InlandtwentyswreB IIIan4tolllD islandtwentyseven
twentyswreB towns having a nopula populaLion nopulalion 1Opulatlon
lion of 1000 or more mo the total urban urbanpopulation uMnIOpulltlon urbanpopulation
population under this II deflnltton num
bertns berlD MI7U or H4 per cent of 0 th the
total
Now W Capo Colony r Cnblnot CnblnotCapetown CnlJlllotCIPltoWtl CabinetCajietowj
Capetown June Ii IIThe The new cabl cablnet cablnet cabinet
net has been officially aniwunced naou Sir
J Gordon aprim Is premier and treat treaurer trtaaurj treaturer
urer J J Graham la I colonial secre secretary secreary eerptat
tary tat ArroeeInnes attorney aUomt general PDetalart
f 9 Wart art department of public works
Blr Peter Raurue department o of agrl agniuIture agrlculture alrltlll
culture tlll and C S Frost Fro without IlOrt K rt
folio
llrrnn nod Dmifbrth Dmifbrthindlaaapolla JJan1Jrth1n 1aiefbrthIndianapolis
indlaaapolla 1n lau OJII June 111 a statement statementto
to o the News Ne today BenJ Xchleveler of ofMouth otIouh ofMouth
Mouth Bend eD4 stated positively Out he hewas hea hewas
was a not a candidate for Vloe Preai Preaident Pr Preeiilent l lt
dent t on o DM tie Democratic ticket He re reotntly rtotntlr retitiy
otntly titiy refused to a accept wpt the UllpberDa UllpberDacorlal guberna gubernaVortal gubernaortai
Vortal ortai nomination n and M John Kern Xrnrlaoeen was waichosen washosn
chosen Mr I Hchleveley acpreased th thopinion the thloIliion thepiblon
opinion that Kllott Uanforth of New Newfork NewTork Newroth
fork woald be on the ticket with Mr MrDryan 31CtDrn Mrhryan
Dryan DryanDonvcr hryanflcuttor
Donvcr l1Iul1r Tlinns OhntinoM Hniiil HniiilJune JlnllllllDenpr IInmdsDetiver
Denpr June lATbe The n Dearer These TtiMsh Thesehitngvd J1aathllnrot
hllnrot h hands nd today IIId Iniereat lntas bslnf bslnfpur biitqurhmeed
rlunhrl pur < tiauM by Ar Arlharit < hariis Iama n nAnleiatN bea an an1Uns sag sagt554J45tP
AnleiatN 1Uns for t a Mtw w Tlmet Tlmetto TimifuIidimi II IIbulldlllG
bulldlllG uIidimi to be ereted 6f ereot < t 4 by Mr r W S
Stratton on Stout St near Blxtesntl Blxtesntlhave 11JtUbaYe ixWpthas
have been mad and the Times Tim will be beequipped t teoulpped I Iquipped
equipped with new presses and ebee ebeeaddition sUn sUnaddition th thadditions
addition to Its plant The new mac macagement maQement mnaiugement
agement ement announces that the t Times wl wlbe will willbe wibe
be conduct conducted i M a RepnWIoan newt 11IftlJllr newtpaper newipapsr
paper I
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No Settlement In fit SIIolIls SIIolIlsIa SIV I Ioitia IoitiaIt uln ulnU
I
Ia U Louis June II laThere There being n nprospect no noppeet nproppect
prospect Of an n honorable settlement settlementtime o othe oC oCt
the t street car strike the situation ha habsttsas hlAblot hebeai
bsttsas blot more strained than ever Th ThTransit TheTreMit T TTransit
Transit officials Insist the strike Is I OVPI OVPIwhile oerbill ovewhile
while bill the men backed by the Federo Federolion FederaUOtl Federttion
lion of Labor declare they will Aght t tth to tothe Ithe
th the bitter end endDespite endDeplte endDespite
Despite the tb large number of attempt attemptmade attemptmace attemptmade
made to blow up street cars ce ShierlIohlmsn Shier SherllBohlmsn BIIlrlBohlman
Bohlmsn Is of the opinion that the fore foreof forcof I
of special tcl1 deputle Is no longer needed neededHe neededUe needectie
He has bl sent a communication to Presl Presldent Prl14nt Prealdent
dent Hawes of the tim police board su sutesting u ultlft ujesting < <
testing ltlft that It would be well to test th tiequestion thquestion the theQUlltion
question whether or not this community communltIs
Is now ready to exercise Its It usual uullIllf uullIllfeoaurol self wircontrol selfcontrol
control and In all 11 respects to expren exprenand upr uprnll eapresamid
and nll to assert ert Its It I position within th thr thfJlColftlle4 threcognised <
r JlColftlle4 cognl ed limits of the law of the land landQunnintliH IIDdQlUtnUltiM ian ianQimruntlemnis
QunnintliH Im OH OHAshland onAlbland oftAshland
Ashland Ore June liThe quuran quurantine quuranUe quuranthe
tine against Inll San Francisco on a allount allountof aecounof oun ounof
of bubonic plague at t the State line hal haibeen halbeel habeen
been declared off ff by the tb federal au authorltle autbotIUII suthoritles
thorltle and Dna McOeer and Crust Croasacting CrOllUU Crustacting
acting UU militant s surgeons marine hoipl hoipltal
tal Is service IIre1 have been recalled the theleaving thl1Ilnr thelvIng
leaving Ashland for San Francisco a anoon at anooh
noon today todayItnllnn todayltetlian y ytIlIlRII
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Chicago by the action of the national nationalbuilding ntlonalbulldlq natlonabuildIng
building trades council to which the Itlftle Itlftleral lo local o ocal ¬
cal body Is subordinate The nationabody national nationalbody nationalbndy
body Indicated that labor I II more than tharever thanenr thatever
ever determined to triumph by taking takingofficial taklnollie takingolticial
official ollie notice of strikes and lockout In Inten Inten itten
ten different cities where the member membership memlltrIIhlp membership ¬
ship of Its affiliated union unl ntl la I Involved InvolvedThe InvolvedThe involvedThe
The national oltlcers oltlcelllafe are endeavoring U Ugive toIvp tcgive
give Ivp the unions assistance Itnc by an 1 organ organised oranlied organlied
lied effort to prevent artisans who whomight whomllbt whirmight
might be seeking new ne fields leld In which to tofind totllld toIbid
find employment from going to these thesecities thetecltll thestcities
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executive board Secretary H W Stein Steinblss 8tIDbl Steinbias
bias bl has 1 sent the following official no notlce notlee notics
tics to every e city In the country where wherethere wherethe wheretleere
there the la a building trades trad union unionlivery unionEvery unionvery
livery very one must keep away from Chi Chicago ChicalO Clicage ¬
cage until further notice owing olll1n to a alockout alocleout alookout
lockout of all building tradesmen tradesmenCarpenters tradellUIIICarpentera tradesmenCarpenters
Carpenters and painters alnt must keep keepaway keepawy keepsway
away from St l Louis oul and East St Louis LouisPlasterers LoWIiPlalterelll LouisPlasterers
Plasterers must keep away from fromKansas tromJAIAIllty fromIansia
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Tinners must keep away from Msm MsmPhis MmIIhl MemPhIL
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sway 1IIa from Duluth DuluthCarpenters DuluthCarpentrstlDa DuluthCarpenters
Carpenters CarpentrstlDa tinners painters and amiwood andwoo4 andwood
wood workers must stay away a from fromDallas tromDaUa fromDallas
Dallas Texas TexasTinners TxuInnlll Texas1inners
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land landAll All building < < tradesmen must keep keepiway keepwaf keepsway
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