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Famous Bandit t Comes to Salt Lake to Give GiveHimself GiveUimself Giveflimseif
Himself Up Providing GovWells Gov W l1s Will WillNot WillNot ViIII ViIINot
Not Permit Him to be Extradited Extradi ted
rutf l11th h Cassldy a11cY the outlaw outl for whose whosear v1ioaenrrt
there 1 111 a standing reward of ofoffered otP offfred
M t
P offered by the State Is I in Salt Saltk SaltAIk
ready to give Ive himself up uphiding UlIJ upjling
AIk k city t ty
J hiding 1lIng Governor Wella can n be bedltt pw pwii qv qvjh
honor extradition extraditionl extratlUlohTlPt8 eXtrdllIOfl1Lpta
dltt jh ii a t upon
Colorado where he h IB IBtiled 18anted I Ijflttt1
TlPt8 l > is
tiled for breaking bnI klnll Jail Jailht JIICht jailrtft
startling information was wasrua WI WIto wasto
Cht ht above
rua to a News Ne eS man today by byiaut b bi bypUt
Sheriff Ben R Harries and andHtory andHtor andNtO1Y
iaut i pUt
> Htory he tells In connection there therein thereIilh thereih ¬
least halt halfAutvn haltllz haltLtZkfl
in Iilh ih h i 1M corroborated by at
of the law lawit
Autvn llz n utber officer
it was the Intention of Deputy Deputyjlnri Deputyalrlto Deputyjia
jlnri jia alrlto rliM and colleajruea to keep k the thenuit theDiltol the1flLtttl
nuit i entirely to themselves until the theiunor thenIJ10r theI
iunor I 1Vtl not hnd be bHn n seen but the se sett eeId sert
tt rt l kkd ked out And the News re reni reall T Tr1t
ni r1t F was all referredto to Mr Harries farrl for for1ht forlie forthe
the lie straight of the story The depu depuM dOPUtrfl
I M 11111 un Sugar after two or three threeUIH thlHJUrH threelUrW
JUrH UIH starch was found driving down downstreet downdtr
11 dtr < 1 street In th the direction of th thson the theEb thertiriff
son Eb rtiriff ritr iff ofllce The reporter stapled stapledand acl lltd lltdblm
blm and Inquired If there was any anyK anythinK anytIiiig
thinK K new Dont know a aTIred thlrtp thlrtpjien Ulth UlthTdrl11
TIred jien saying af l which he pushed pushedtin
h t tin lined IIn and told the horse to get getut
ut if t this thisHOB thisnpold thtKfHtd
HOB npold id anything about the outlaws outlawsik outktwstakd
takd l ik kJ d th the scribe scribejt
jt IIt t a word said tho deputy as he hennJ heoM hetiflU
nnJ his hI rig rl started off offUhtn artWhtn offWhen
When Is Butch Caaskly going to toae toIaa
Iaa 3 ae a town townHen tuWflBen 1 1J
Hen J n jumped na though he had been beenshut beenfht beennd
shut and nd drawing In rein on the harM harMturnui hOrMun berMturnvd
turnui un round on his seat and fixing flxln his hisue hIsIaz hiszt
Iaz ue zt un n the reporter said whats that thatu
u ay ayYou iv ivy tyiu
y You u heard what I said saidimp salame saidLprne
Lprne imp here said the deputy whos whosr whostdJ
tdJ r T in H talking to you youA youfriend
A friend of yours yoursWhat yourshat yoursVha
What Vha hat did he toll you youHe youHe youlie
He told me the outlaw was as In Salt SaltIA Saltmady
IA > ready to give himself up and andhn andl1rw andrW
< hn l1rw rW > K himself upon the mercy merG of the theemit theeun thecurr
emit If you will Intercede with the thernor theIwnor theverrwr
Iwnor rnor In his behalf behalfThi behalfTtlln behalfThtn
Thi Ttlln n the deputy lost his tamper and andai andfiald andraI
fiald raI ai < i Ms jt of mean things about news newsrai newl1aItr newsr1rtr
rai 1aItr r reporters r He never saw such uchpet f fret a apet
pet In his life They were always un unc unIHtrg
c urirg things that should b br left eov eovm cnveftt emtr1
eftt m l ma 1n meddling with affairs that did didvt
01 irectly concern them themThm themlh themThi
Thm Thi lh n there was the Individual who whoJinl whotlven wholht
Jinl given the reporter the tip He Hea Iteunworthy
a i unworthy of any mans confidence confidenceand
and not fit to wear the uniform of a a1U a1lkman aquan
1lkman > 1U man or street car conductor Ben Beniu DenwI Benwt
iu wI < l he would find out who It was wasthat wasthaI wasthat
that had given the snap away It it itt itttk
t ttk > i > k him ten years ijAfI or cost him 10000 10000TbH 10000Thpn 10000Thn
TbH he would show the fellow up In InJi InIi
Ji Ii 1 s true light nnd have him thrown In Injail InJail Inat
jail at for r vagrancy All this UII and much muchmm muchnr
mm was said by Deputy Harries but butbin buttn butin
bin he saw the Newt man was In Inwi InpiI InT
T piI wi ssinn lnn of the Information he desired desiredDt desired1Dt
1Dt Dt scret < ret calmed down and proceed proceedit lfl0C lfl0Ctdl
1 it ttil how he got to know the out outM outIw out3w
Iw M uas II a as In Salt Lake LakeI LakeJIEPPTY
Mr 1r Harrless story stor la II a very ry Interest InterestIng Inte t tIng
Ing in n and un can be beet told in his own ownA ownIlIrj ownfew
A few nights ago he sold I re rel rea isa
l a note from a man mint whom I am amr amrt amrt
r rt it very nr well acquainted with and andname andhuPI andhupe
huPI name I dont wish Ish to make makei makeknn
I knn < nU 0 i at that time asking me to meet meetlam meetlurnlt meetLrn
lam lurnlt at a certain place naming the hour hourffi houren1 hourenI
ffi en1 1 1latI > lace as he had something 8 < < of 1m 1mrrtnll tinrrnet
1 rrtnll nance to communicate to me I went wenti1
t i1 Ih place at the appointed time and andf antltunj
f tunj unj the th man there Ihe waiting for me mei mtv
v sj sjirtired i aired to a private room and the ther theaid
r IP i aid he had something to tell me mehi milhi inst
hi t ii l he did not want me to breathe breathei
t i j i a 1lng Ing soul I told him I would first firstt
I t III know what the something wu wuI
I fr if I made any an promises He then theneded thenI
1 1 > < < eded to tell me that a certain In IntMual Inl inldual
l tMual I who was tiS wanted antlK by b the oft ofllwas 011f
f was In Salt Lake unxljus iinxlui to give givelrn Shekrn giveup
lrn < < llt < if up providing he Cuuld be as Allot a aof
< 1 of getting Justice I told him himVi himthl himU
Vi U would be no trouble about aboutthat aboutthllt abouttit
that and explained our system 0 < jury juryt Jurtlid JurYand
t tlid 11 IK and cited Instances of prisoners prisonersliu
liu ti Were without means to employ le leK Iegd Isgd
K gd iij U and for whom the court had hadnppointed hRdlr hadeTLintd
nppointed lr inted attorneys to defend The Then ThelIold Thetn
tn < n said he wasnt worrying about aboutj abouttrlall aboutjiiy
j jiiy iv trials for the reason that the In InMUml Inilllal inf
< MUml tuaI he had been talking about In Inifn Into IntflhqI
ifn tflhqI ui to plend guilty anyway What Whatt
1 t as most concerned about was a a aIi aab1p
Ii nimble ab1p too heavy sentence and a afr IIIfar
fr 1 i that the prisoner would be turned turnedc
c CH Vr r tn o the officers of another State af afi aftl
tl i i li had served his term here hereI lun lunI
I I4 he wanted In another State r rD rOkIi i in
n OkIi lti ko1 il
ics ilics s hos wanted In Colorado r rI rI rII
I f my Informant Not for breaking breakingv
Iy ° l1YI v law ht continued he was lIIIoonlct lIIIoonlctIr convict convictf
f tl l Ir grand larceny when he wo as In InJ InI
J I nt of the orme RB you Clr ore re The TheJJU Thehll ThejjIg
JJU gave him twelve years eall and after afternari afterIi
Ii h nari 11d been confined In the Canyon c nyon City CityI CityInltlntlary CityirItntIary
I mttntiary for about alx Ix months he heild hehqiJ liet
hqiJ t ild and same to Itah Itahuv lItahkept
uv 4 kept on talking In this strain strainf tralnlulU
f a r quite a while I asked the man manr
r Tni rlll times to give me the fellows fellowsT tellowaand fellowstns
T tns ne and repeatedly told him I would wouldii
ii be better able to advise him what whatl1
0 l1 o But the man would hesitate and andF
F I tie hoped he could trust me and nd all allrt allI
I t lIrt rt > of thing Then Th n he would pro pror
r l to tell tellTIe rne now how the prisoner and andemitlm andfrom
emitlm 1111 from justice had repented of ofIMSI ofl
l IMSI life how 110 anxious he was to tot
r < u I amends and try to live It down downJ downci
J ci I i so 0 on Mark you ou I haint the thej theut thelt
j ut t idea who he was as referring to to1h tonrh
1h 11 rh CaMldy CUld and men of hi his calibre calibreh calibrethe
h t the farthest from fr m my m thoughtiippoaed thought thoughtUPPIJIied thoughtsI
I iippoaed he was talking nbout seine e seinef < Jlne Jlnef
f Iw whom drink had hac1Jlt got the beat of oft
1 r j Who ho possibly pos lbly had forged orglo the th name namehig namehia lamer
r hig employer or some friend to a af 11k
f rk k Finally I beeame Impatient and andr
r ased 1I t1 to listen to any an further talk talkI
1 > tit iI I had been given the strangers strangerst stmnGerstlmf strangersWell
t tlmf < me
meWell Well sir ir continued Harries IIarrt you youf youny
f ny 1 not believe bellt it but Its a fact the then theIn
r on n nearly took my breath away when whenl whenIanej
1 l aned over and whispered in my in ear earutri earHutrh oarLuteli
Hutrh > utri > Casaldy As 8 won M I had re ref fPred
f ered red from my m surprise I laid youI you yount Ou Oun
nt n I mean t tLtoU 1k toll me ilutrh I Is In Salt Saltker SaltLike Salt1ike
Like ker YtfclJr Yta s 111 he U husW h he said ald lies Heen Ue UeLn
Ln n her ceverfll eY ml dye da and only today todayr todayrkpd
r rkpd 1 kpd K m me to 8W you 01 try tr t tn < > get you youec youHe YOUI
I He ec th t governar goemarror for him Further Furtherhe I FurtherEte < urthtrbvre
bvre he has agreed to meet meetOu you OU ID IDf
I person and talk the matter over with withyou withyou withyou
you If you 011 wilr lit promts prom not to do any anything 111 111Ihlo anyIhiar ¬
thing Ihlo with him until after the governor governorha ovrnor ovrnorhI
ha hac been 11 seen n H lie understands under tande the thegovernor theovernor thegovernor
governor Is I out of the State and U Uaat Uaathe tbsthe at athe
he will UI not ot be home h t for some lltttle lltttletime 1IttUetime hitttletime
time yet yetI
1 Informed the man that I was not notprepared notprepared notprepared
prepared to Mr Is what hat 1 would do at atthat atthat atthat
that time but requested him to meet meetat
at the urns place at 10 oclock the next nextmorning deatmomlna ttextmorning
morning lie agreed 4to to this thl and I said ul4It aldIt
It was ray m Intuition to bring brln along one oneor oneor oneor
or two mON officers olft er with me He of offered ofterfd ofcr541 ¬
fered no objection ob tloll to this but admon admonished admanIhed admonished ¬
ished me mellor not to malt any ny move until untilGovernor unUIovernor untilJovernor
Governor overnor well had d been cosjmlted cosjmltedTI1BY eottltedrIUlY coultedTILZY
We w met a Min ln the next n morning morningfive
five of us In tH at I brought with me metwo metwo metwo
two men and our friend brought a com companion companion cornpanion ¬
panion too After the formalities of an anall anall anall
all round IntrodvcUon Intr chlctlon were through throughwith throuhwith throughwith
with I requested the man with whom whomL
1 L had talked the previous evening enln to tokindly toklndl tokindly
kindly klndl repeat In the presence of the theother theother theothers
other what ha bad already told me meWithout methout tueWithout
Without thout the least bit of hesitancy the thefeilD tImefeiui thefellow
fellow related the 11 tory tor over again atn and andcotttluded andcoftcIul6d andeotICluIi6d
cotttluded by btlAmInp tUunlnp Dutch Caasldy I Ihad 1had Ihad
had not Informed my m companions who whothe whothe whothe
the individual was Ie 1K that t at wanted to give givehlnwelf ghehlmee1t givehimself
himself up ul slid their Ir astonishment at atthe attbe atthe
the mention of the outlaws OUU 8 name was wasfully wutUlly wasfully
fully an grant greatit if not n t greater than mine mineAgain mineAptn mineAgain
Again the man Mid ma d lie a would take me meand meand meand
and one ot my In companions after dark darkto
to see Dutch providing we II would prom promise promIs ¬
ise Is not to attempt to arrest the bandlt bandltuntil bAntltuntil ban4Ituntil
until after the tb governor had announced announcedwhat announMtlhat announcedwhat
what hat he would do In the matter Of Ofcourt Otcou Ofcourse
court cou lAid the man you ou know a IUI well wellas wellal wella
as a I do the character of the man you youarc youare ou ouare
are dealing with Hutch will not be betrifled betrlfted betrilled
trifled with He wants to do the right rightthing rightthin righttiming
thing thin All 11 he Ilu kk for II a 1 square deal dealHe dealne dealII
He II believes he Is entitled to receive Ive jui juiUce JUIUce jueUce
Uce and he h does not want anything anythingto
to do with a man who ho Is 1 liable to act actthe actthe so sothe
the part of a traitor He H has full conftdCf conIldemice con confident ¬
fident In you OU Mr Harriet and I would wouldadvise wouldadvise oultladvl
advise advl you to make up your our mind to toagree toagree
agree to his term and go to we H him himHe himUe himHe
He told me that he h would have given givenhimself ghenhltnRlf givenidtnse1f
himself up to the th ofllcers o 1cers south long ago agobut ORObut agobut
but he was a afraid he wouldnt get jus justice JUItloe Ju JutIcs ¬
tIcs and suspected hed been kangar kangarooed kllngarooed kangarcoed
ooed through throughI
I told the man I was willing to make makethe makethe maketime
the promlte that I would not arrest arrestHutch arrestDutch rrtIJuteh
Hutch at the first Interview but T would wouldgo
go no further ing am1 I refused to say 8 what whatI
I would do afterward This Thlwa was not notat notat notat
at all satisfactory to our friend and andwe andwe
we 8 parted with Ith the understanding that thatI listI
I would see e him again t1 tn before the day daywaa 4 4wu 4aywal
waa out lU That w wa W WMld Wednesday dne dAy morn morning mornInK mornIng ¬
ing und nd J have been trying try Ins to get to see seethe seethe Iethe
the man but up to now have failed failedDeputy failedDeput failedDeputy
Deputy Harries said that t tM MBOon as MOn as ashe nsh ashe
he h met the man manwho who known kno her Gas Gassidy Cdflldy CaMslay
slay Is he was going to tell him he hewould hewouhl hewould
would ew Governor r Wells In regard re rd to tothe tothc tothe
the matter Immediately upon his re reWhcn return return
turn turnWIIIOft Whcn asked If he realty reall believed It to tob tobe tobe
b be a fact that CawMy Was as In town Mr MrHarries MrlIarrlltl Mrliarries
Harries aid then wasnt any doubt in inhis Inhis Inhis
his mind about It ItWhy ItWh itWhy
Why Wh shouldnt he be here he heasked heskld heasked
asked Has he not had every eer oppor opportunity opportunll opportunity ¬
tunity to come and go as he pleases pleasesWho pleafle1Who pleasesWho
Who knows him here No o ono that I Iknow Iknow Iknow
know of I have a description of him himbut himbut himbut
but It is l possible for the fellow to pass passme pa pam piesme
me m and other officers fifty times a day dayand dayand dayRnd
and escape detection And Isnt he h ax axMfe a aNCe assafe
safe her as a he would be anywhere I Ithink Ithink Ithink
think he would Iii far safer fer and ices lesliable leuliable iceshible
liable to 0 arrest right here h r In Salt Lake Lakethan Lakethan Lakethan
than anywhere else In Utah UtahCASSIAS UtahCASSIDYS UtahcAssifirs
Snitl to bo Ltrlngon Uvlu Living On the Outskirts of ofthe oftho oftime
the City Clt and Comfortably Fixed FixedIn
In connection with Mr Harrlees Harrleesstory HarrIesstOr liarrlessstory
story tOr It might not be uninteresting to tostate toIItnte tostate
state that there Is living In Salt Lake Lakea
a woman supposed to be Cassldy s wife wifeThe wifeThe wifeThe
The woman has ha two children the old oldest oltlcst oldest ¬
est of whom Is about fourteen and nd the theyoungest theolr theyourest
youngest olr esl twelve years yearsFlfu yearsFifu 8flrs 8flrsFit
Fit ears aso she was known to be beIn beIn beIn
In very poor circumstances ° E but a year yearor r ror
or two later she iie was observed by b her herfriends herfriends herfriends
friends to be uttln2 on lots of style styleOn styleOne tle tleOnlt
On of the thIngs thln she did wa to pur purchaw 11U1chaStI iUrchase
chaw a lot on the outskirts of the therlty theIt thecity
city It and build her a nat cottage that thatcost thAtCOlt thatcOst
cost at least a couple oul > le of thousand < < 1 do dolaw tlollar dcllii
law At this time the woman gave e It Itout Itout Itout
out that she was the wife of a mlnlnr mlnlnrman mlnlnman mlnininami =
man who ho had died and left her and andthe andthe andthe
the children Quite < a sum of money moneyThe moneyTIle moneyThe
The sheriffs ofllcers are familiar with withthe withthe withtime
the facts surrounding the woman s his histori histor histor
knew knewuntil kne kneuntil knewuntil
tor In Salt Lake They never
until ieeentlr ec centls ntlr how she claimed to have havebecome haveIMom havebecome
become possessed sled of so much money moneyHut monerDut moneyBut
Hut thla much the officers do know knowThe knowThe knowThe
The know she he never was the wife of ofa ota ofa
a mlnlra nIniz man and her money mOnl wher wherever wherever Wherever ¬
ever It came from did not come comethrough comethrouh comethrough
through any an such a source a U she sheClltmie sh9claim sheclaims
claim It dill dillIt didIt
Clltmie It hi needless to wy M that the 01 wo womans wonu wumalls ¬
carefully watched watchedthese watchedthete watchedthese
mans nu tIl place Is being
these warm rm days and nc1 cool nights and andth aOOthe andthe
th the woman herself Is l under the nor surelllance norellhanCe Ur Urrelllanee
elllance of the officers officersOASSIDAYS offiearsOASSIIM omcetithtSSllAYS
Ho Has Hocn UnffflgMl in Many ManyDaring Mnn MnnnnrlnA ManyJnrlmig
Daring Crimes CrllllCHJut CrimesJust CriniosSuit
Just when Dutch Cassldoy entered enteredupon enteredulOn enteredupon
his career as a criminal Is not notnown notknown notknown
upon known < nown but It Is a long time s since nee he heand h hantl heand
and his associates cam into unpleasant unpleasantprominence UnpllANntprominence unpleasantpmmlnenee
prominence throughBUccewfuly robbing robbinga
bank up In Oregon rot ot long after afterthat nftetthat afterthat
that Caiflday Caultn led In the raid on the theMontpeliar theMontIMt1er theMonipelier
Montpeliar Idaho I aho bank securing aev aeveral several ev everal
eral thousand dollars Dutch then be became bocame became
prominent In the Robbers lloost lloostgwig Itoostgang tOOltpII
came and Is supposed upD 55d tl to have partlcl partlcllated partldiat partlelpated
gang pII raids of ofTheVb ofthlt ofthat
iat pated lated In nearly nil of the early
that outfit outfitThe outfitThe
TheVb The job that won on him the most money moneyand mone moneAnd moneyand
and notoriety sine he commenced commencedoperations commencedo commencedoperitlofls
operations ratonB In the State was the robbery robberyof robberot
of the the1eaant thePleuant thePleasant
of Paymaster It 1 L Carpenter
Pleasant Valley Coal company comJ < < n at Cas CasJe CasUe Cantie
Je Gate on April AP II II 1SJT 1SJTMr lStTolr IStYMr
Mr Carpenter had gone down i topay topayoff to pay peyort payoff
off the men and had with Uh him 78flO In Incash Incash incash
cash As he was leaving the station stationto
to step over to the companys office affi e he hewas h hwas liewas
confronted confront by CawWay and an another another another ¬
was Both were heavily armed armedand Anneeland annedand
other man
and under the clrcUmitanees c1rc mltanees they had hadno hadno
no difficulty dll cutty in Inducing Mr fr Carpenter Carpenterto
to turn over the cash to them themThey themThey themThey
They at once mounted their horses horsesund hol horsesand s sAnd
And rode oft In the direction of Helper Helpercutting HelperCUUlM helpercutting
cutting the talaraph wires and then thenaWng thentAking lientaking
tAking to the Wlte 1 its They were pur pursued purwed puritied2
sued itied2 but reached the Itoost without withoutmuch w1thoUlmUlh withoutniuca
much difficulty difficultyThe t1lmrultThE I IThe
The real company at on ones e offered a areward I Ireward areward
reward of 1000 for Cajrtdays ca tda capture captureand captureand captureand
and another 1000 I0 for the th return of th thb
money Afterward Governor Wolla Wollafor Wellator Wollafor
for the State offered ocre a reward of floG tfOOfor floGfor to totor
for the capture of CMwIdar CMwIdarMany CIc1arMan CaesidayMany
Many Man poises have h ROM but lifter tter thtdaring tht thllldatlnr tbtdir4ng
daring robber but the rewards haw hawnever hnvanler hmavienever
never lumen claimed claimedDosurlptlon clalmtd08Urlltlon claimedIosuriptlon
Dosurlptlon of Cnsslilay CnsslilayCanlday ORlJshInCUildar OnssItiaCassiday
Canlday hu to aUaParkr allatea Parker and andIngerfleld iuadInerfteld nadIngerhe1d
Ingerfleld His description Is as a aslows tot totIowa totlow
Iowa Weight 1U pound bright I m ml test testS t tI
l Indies Ich features reular re = ular small blue bluedees bludef blusdee
dees def set eyes ey two scan on back o ohead or orbad ofhead
head small an red sear under left eye red redmark tttlmark redmark
mark on left aide Id of back small all brown brownmole brownmole brownmole
mole on calf ot ler Is good build light Ughbrown lightbrown lIghtbrown
brown hair hairFOJIDSNOW hairl hairFOitISNOWM
Ceremony Took 1lnco at 4 oco ocloek ocloek111oshtollt ocIoe1iost1nt K K1roslilont
1roslilont Cnnuon Oillclutlii OillclutliiThe 011I1111 OllleliittiigTb tfug tfugThe
The Tb marriage marri of Mtu u Maud M Ford Fordof
of Auburn Ohio and anI Mr Ir Le hot C CSnow CSnow Csnow
Snow of Salt Lake took place Illa In the theTemple U UTnpl theTemphi
Temple thin afternoon President 1 l1deDt George GeorgeQ
Q Cannon oOlcUtlng The young youngcouple youngcouple
couple were ere to bve been united by byPresident byItreaJ4t byIrealdetit
President Snow father of the groom groombut groombut roombut
but the heat was 00 intense as a to make makeIt niieit
It InadvIsable for him to leave the thehouse tbeboUM thishouse
house In view of his recent and contin continuing oonUullr conUssuiill ¬
uing Illness IllnessTnls tIIne tIIneThl IllnessTitle
Title evening an elaborate reception receptionto
to the tb newly wadded d etl pair will take takeplace taeplace takeplace
place at the Beehive Home HomeOFF HOWIeOFl htouieI htouieOFli
Chief < Hilton Loaves Tonight to Ilrlnff IlrlnffHack IIIJngIJl1ck lhIiigEach
Hack II 0 Worlz WorlzChief WoitzChief Olt1 Olt1Chlf
Chief Hilton leaves tonight tO lfbt via IIL the theItlo U16Hlo tholtio
Itlo drande rand Western for Omaha for forthe tortbe forthe
the purpose of bringing back to this thiscity thlell thiscity
city ell H C Werti who It Is I alleged em embewceled embu embesaeled
bewceled bu le between betln 000 1 an anl and 709 from the theArmour theArmour theArmour
Armour Packing PackJI company emlany establish eitabllahment Ntabllhment establishmont
ment In this III city cityV ciy ciyWil cityVimt
Wil V Vimt i U II now uDder arrest arlt In Omaha Omahaon Omha i
on 01 the cbarse chre of emtteiglement emtteiglementSMALLPOX einbeshemsntSMALLPOX m T TSMALLPOX elemlnt
Disease OiSUse Breaks Breks Out on Stumers Stemers In Alaskan AlaskanWattrs Alaskn AlasknWalrsi AlaskanWatsrs
Wattrs WattrsLoit Walrsiecl Watsrseoli
ecl Loit 30000 1000 IVopIo f1111 nt Cape Capennd CapoXOUe Capeozie
XOUe ozie hull lud Trouble frolbtc Irnllctctt IrnllctcttTen udltld udltldfcl
Ten fcl HOXCM IOCI of Cold ColdSan Cold ColdSn old oldSan
San Sn FrandaooJune FlncllJune M tThe 9The The steamer steamerKaalandla steamer7lnaln steamerZehandIa
Kaalandla 7lnaln arrived hire heo today toy eight da dafrom d df days daysfrom
from f m Cape Cp Nome Nome The Zealandla Zlandln brings bringsword brIngswor bringsword
word wor that smallpox mlpol has broken out on onboard onhl onboaril
board hl the steamers stemtrs Santa Sntn Ana AnI anS anSOhloand an anOhloantl anOhioand
Ohloand those thO vaeeeU 1 have been placed placedIn plled plledIn
In quarantine quarntine at Egg island The in information InrormaUon Information ¬
formation received rehe par pr tho Zealandle Zealandledoes Zflandl Zflandldo ZeaIandidoes =
does do not state tte the number numbr of cases ca or orwhether orwhether orwhether
whether the crew or pawengers puengers are areaffected areaffected lrearetetl
affected affectedThe aretetl affectedThe
The Zealandla reports Ilrt the th lees lo of the thebark theblk thebark
bark blk Hunter and ant the schooner shoonfr Boiipse Boiipseun FUp FUpcm
un route from fm Dutch Harbor Habor to Nonx NonxThe Nonl NonzThe
The crews crwa of the tb wrecked wreke vessels vnla were werepicked wereptcked re
picked 1 ke up UI > by b the steamers stemer Valencia Valenciaiirj4 Valenell Valenciaand
and RanUrrh Cnlt UtiltetlBuuw ship Ihll Bees juwetrans 1te Beescrane
trans ln8 n went whore lore at Cape ep Rftlnanok Rftlnanokbut atlnok atlnokbut
but got off or safely with wih the assistance assistanceof a l8tanc l8tancot
of the tug tu Meteor MeteorTwo Meter MeterTwo MeteorTwo
Two thousand petsons petlon arrived arrve at atNome atNott atsome
Nome Nott on July 14th 1th It I Is estimated estimatedthere estmate estimatedthere
there thef > are 30000 30 there tler by this time tme Nyv Nyvcomers 1V 1Vcomer Nvcorners
comers comer are reported nprte all al at sea s on ac account a Recount ¬
count of the wholesale whol lo jumping of ofclaims ofclaims ofclaims
claims and trouble Is predated predatedThe prelote
The Alaskan commercial cmmerIal company ompan has hasreceived hasreele hasreceived
received reele from Nome ten boxes boxe of gold goldaggregating goldIggregatlng goldaggregatIng
aggregating Iggregatlng JJWOOO JJWOOOActress 30000ictress OOO OOOJctrCH
Actress Steer StCC Wins WinsLondon WinsLondon WinsLondon
London June 20 2The 20The The chancery chancerycourt chlnoery chlnoerycourt chancerycourt
court has ha refused rer to grant gant the Injunc Injunctlon InJuncton InjuneIon
Ion ton applied apple for by Mr 11 ItSGIlbert ItSGlbert the thedramatist thedlmaUlt thedramatist
dramatist dlmaUlt to toto to restrain 1train JeanetteSteer JeanetteSteerthe
the American Amerilan actress actre from continuing continuingthe contnuing contnuingthe
the production rtlucton at the Comedy C0 1ey theater theaterof
of the lie formers foners play ofPygmaleonand ofPygmaleonandGalatea ofInlaleonlnd
Galatea Galate on the ground that she had hadmaterially hat hadmaterIally
materially altered 81e 1 the business buslne as al ar arranged al arranged ¬
ranged by him hll and as It had been beenplayed beenplaye beenplayed
rangd played playe under his hI Vrectlon rton by other otheractreaa otheractr oilieractresses
actresses actr actressesitimstria
Austria trll Must Musthiaro Hno Ino Cash CnshVienna CnHhIenn CashVienna
Vienna Ienn June 9Aa As At an outcome of a nparliament apariament aparliament
parliament pariament Impasse Imp8 an Imperial Imprlll decree decreehas decre decreehas
has ha been ben Issued 181uO authorizing the gov government governmet goveminent ¬
eminent ernmet In virtue of the emergency emergencyclause emerency emerencyrlaulH emergencyclause
clause of the constitution to continue continuelevying continuelevying
rlaulH tl contutlon contnue contnuelelng
levying taxes tAe to meet the state expen expenditure eJpln eJplndlure expenditure ¬
diture dlure until unt the lose of 1900 The Theminister Theminister Theminister
minister of finance nanc wan WAi nlso nllo empow empowered empowored erupowored ¬
ored to raise rise In case cas of need ned 60000000kronen 6000 60000000 4000000krommen
kronen krnen to cover the most urgent ex expenditures exIlfdltures oxIJendhtures ¬
penditures Ilfdltures
Reasons Why China Shpuld Not bo boCut boCut boCut
Cut Up by tho Nations NationsCOUNTIIY N NtionsCOEJNTItY tons I ICOUNrlLY
Only Onl Way a ay lo Prevent Ireelhn ftVnrmid nr nud Iar Parulyzullun IarulzI Iarulyzetlon
ulyzullun ulzI on ofOlilntkftliittuifrleN ofhln e 1 III rlci and andCo Ild IldCOlurolhlIu
Co COlurolhlIu iunrconti lttjf ut ItrUh ItrUhNe liteUl liteUlNew
ILir i 5
New Ne Tent June X 0 sear ar Straus Strauswlto Suu Suuwho Steinwho
who WM uilnlflter Ilnleter to TUfrtr T In an In Interview 11 Intarviaw ¬
terview tw nays MysSecretary 18 18St naysaiceitary
Secretary St Huy H 1114 achlMttd achlf a far tr reach reaching roh rohIn reaching ¬
ing In g diplomatic dma Ie schema l ht Vheji th he ar arranged arranged r rnm ¬
ranged nm for the t e open opn doi tIO loop It lIt 1 China by byIntwnaUoniU byInhtnUon bytntsrnttonsl
IntwnaUoniU InhtnUon agreement asremet tui I think thinkalong thinkRlo thinkaiong
along Rlo e this tlllt iluenmuat Hire 11Ut must dlpMmnajr dllJltht dIpI thaa In China Chinaadjust ClllnaadJat Chumsadjust
adjust itself Itt At the gante fime mne It will willprobably wi willprobably
probably prbblybe be b neceaaary neery tlMt UMttd titoads roads lead leading beading d dlalthrUKh ¬
ing lalthrUKh threuRh the open opn tloeP d t1O I sball I Ii extend extendthroughout etentl etentlthrothout extendthroughout
throughout the Chinese Chln en m r China China1s
1s 110 too Immense Inm n a A country f wiui 1l i Its teem teeming tem temIng teeming ¬
ing population ppulaton to be tv C1tV5I dlvexfld from frm Its Itstradition lt itstradItioni
tradition trdltlon running rnnlnl baok Mral al thous thousand tMuBntl thousand ¬
and yearn yearnIt
It 11 cannot cnnot be b Burop iunij4lzed ailzd nor norChrlstlanlted norChrUani norChrisiJanised
Chrlstlanlted ChrUani one onl might Inlrht mutllz a aof well I think thinkinn thinkot
of converting cnvertng the great grt 0 0fresh c4an inn n into a aropean afrh atrash
fresh frh water wtr lake lakeAa lakeAI hake4t1
Aa the Interests Intertl of the th B Btlons 1 lsipun ropean na naIn nathetis
tlons and of the United Sta Staare it 2tsM In China ChinaKltl Chinsare
are lon entirely entrely Ant commercial 9tlfrlal It Itsurd Itul JwItl Kltl be ab abven abcurd
surd ul to think of dividing dlvIdln IU It Itven ven 8 If I that thatwere Uat Uatwere thatwere
for division dlvl lon f
were possible < a country Acountl ttcouimtrywith countrywith
with wih a population Ilpullton so 1 alleji al to western westernIdwisHH westernIdeanan tIM1 tIM1I
IdwisHH I alI lB la S China would ddttroy d the th life lifeand 1E hitsand
and activity actViy that Is I left let therein ereln and andwould andwoul1 andwould
would woul1 imralyze 11111 Us Il It Industrwa ulult and des destrov de denrev
trov try rev Its Is commerce commerceLooKIng cmmere cmmererlkng commerceat
LooKIng rlkng at the tll future of China from fromevery tromeI fromevery
every eI aspect aJpet from frm the onnuktlnr Ciltlnr a Inter Intereat Interlt intereat
eat lt of Huropean Rurpn nations uatons and the United UnitedStatea Unlte1 Unlte1Stat lJnltedStates
States Stat the only division dl18101 practical pctCI la l to tomake toJJke totnke
make JJke no division tlllon but help he China to todevelop todevelop todevelop
develop along Its Is own beat bel linen Un while whileprotecting whileprotecting hll hllJlrotetng
protecting Jlrotetng It against agninet5 pllet intruders Inhdel and andmaking Andmaking andmaking
making the open optn door tlor a permanent rRnent In Institution InJUtutan instituthon ¬
stitution JUtutan by extending thrdngh thrlh the em empire empir empits ¬
pits pir the rights that appertain to the thetreaty thetrl thetruaty
treaty trl ty ports prte portsJoint ap1taln f
Joint protectorates protetorate have ve always alwaysen alIsbn alwaysbeen
bn been > en failures talur and a protectorate prttrte by one oneof oneot oneof
of the nations natons wnoorned Ontorne In 1 out of the thequestion thequelton thequestion
question quelton The problem problt1 la I not that of ofIndia otIndia ofIndia
India but of Turkey magnified magnifiedYou mIUe
You ak sk will wi this satisfy sat1af att Russia llussfaNo BUlla BUllaNo
No I think not neither did the treaty treatyof trNty trNtyof
of Berlin lerlln which ripped up the UI th treaty tfty of ofSan oCSan ofSan
San Stefano satisfy JtuMla uIla yet t she sheaccepted shealcepte sheaccepted
accepted alcepte It ns a an alternative Alernath The TI die disagreement dl dlagrement dieagreelmment ¬
agreement agrement of other nations natonl Is Ruwlaa Ruwlaaopportunity nUllas nUllasullprtunlU RussiasolPorttmnitx
opportunity ullprtunlU her diplomacy II is n able abla wily wilyand wiy wiyand wilyand
and delp deep and must never b be judged JutS by bysurface byBurfatlndl bysurface
surface Burfatlndl Indications IndicationsThe Uonl
The Tl 0mm Oit door1 40r poHcv 91d td out by bySecrefnry bySrtCry bysecratAli
Secrefnry SrtCry OI Hay Ha I ragartM rlgr the lie nature natureof nture ntureot
of an a intornaUonnl tntornlUonl Munrr Man > e doctrine doctne an annpplled al anuppiled
ppple npplled to China and will 1 It followed followe followednot
not only keep us tm out of wnr but will willbe wi willbe
be the controlling contrlng factor In keeping keepingeace lt8Iln lt8IlnPce
Pce > eace among the nations ntone Interested Interte In InChina InChlnR inChina
China Its Is It force tore lies ll In Its I far reaching reachingequity roachingcult rescuingequity
equity cult UH uRthe the nations nltlon all al share the thebenefits thebenetlts thebenefits
benefits equally equallyOUT fQuoty fQuotyOUT euuaiiyCUT
Ilea of Innanlty Jmnnlr Does JoeR Not Save n nMurderer nlnrlercI a1IIrlCrOt
Murderer lnrlercI fit f toni in inWashington InlJh InlJhWashington Hanging HangingWashthgton
Washington June 29 29Benjaimiin Benjamin HIT HITSnell 11111Sneli UI UISnel
Snell Snel 44 years ers old formerly tormer n 1 clerk cerk In Inhe Inthe inthe
the pension Jlen lon office was hanged hnge at the thellstrlct thedistrIct thedistrict
distrIct jail j1 at noon today ton for time mur murder murtler murder
der of 11yearold Llzxle Lizie Wlesberger Wlesbergerwith WIlberger WIlbergerwih
with wih whom he was Infatuated Infatuate Such Snellwas Snel Suchwas
was the largest man ran ever executed exeuted here hereWhen 1ereWhen hereWhen
When received relelvoo at the jail jalt August 7th 7thast 7thlast 7thlast
last he weighed wel hed 296 G pounds punU8 and mea meaured meafured incacured
cured fured six feet fet six Inches Inche In height hel ht To Tolay ToIay Today
lay Iay he weighed welgh 237 pound Notwlth Notwlthitandlng Notwlthfandlng Notwitiitamiding
fandlng itandlng that the drop drp watt AI considers oonalderale conlder
ble hi > le lessened len the rope nearly ner severed severedits evereclhll
its head hed from m his boay Death was WIB In Intantaneous InItlntaneus inStantaneous
tantaneous Itlntaneus Such Snel had maintained maIntaine from fromhe frm frmthe fromthe
the he first tlt that he had no recollection rltEtlol of ofils othis ofhim
his him having committed cmmite the crime and all his hisawyers hl hllawyer hislawyers
lawyer lawyers awyers claimed lalme he was I Insane Insne Ihysl Ihysllans Ih81 Ih81clane Ihyslclans
clans and experts who examined xnmlne him himlowever himhower hminihowever
however lowever pronounced prnounctd him sane sn Snell Snellnalntnlned Snel Snoiimaintained
maintained malntltne his usual demeanor demeanr and andnumbled andmumbled andmumbled
mumbled Incoherent InlhfrII words w011 diiHnr he hejrlef hf hcbrief
brief march from his cell cel to tho place placof
ot f execution executun Among those who wit wi
Desperate Attempt Atempt of a Boer in n Preloria PretoriaKied PretoriaKilled Killed the Man Who WhoPrevented WhoPrevented WhoPreyented
Prevented It IBriain ItBritain Britain Preparing for the Final Oper Operations Operatons Operations ¬
ations of the Tedious War
London Lntlon June M 0 2W 2f p m mOutslde mOutsldeot Outald Outaldof
of minor conlllotB eonfot In th the Orange River Rivercolony Iver Iverolony Jilvercolony
colony olony showing eh lng continued cntnue Boer activity activityIn nDthly I
In the Senekal district the telegrams telegramsfrom tolegrms tolegrmstrm
from trm South Africa merely mtrlr Indicate Indicatepreparations Indicte Indictepreprtion indicatepreisrations
preparations preprtion for It I IB hoped hopt the final finaloperations Inll Inllopertions finaloperations
operations opertions of the tediously tllouely prlonge prlongewar prolonged prolongedwar
war warA A Capetown dispatch dl ptch reports rep rtl an nU nUtempt at attempt attempt
tempt by b the he Boers Ters to blow up the ar artillery ar arUllery artlllery ¬
tillery barracks bnracks and magazine ma zlne at lt Pro Pretoria Protora Protorts ¬
torts tora It I Is added lule that tht an artilleryman artillerymanwho artllormln artllormlnwho
who frustrated trutruto the attempt atempt by with withdrawing wih wihdrawing withdrawing
drawing a I lighted lghted fuse was killed kletl by bya
a Boer Dlr whom the soldiers afterwards afterwardsattempted aferwars aferwarsatempted afterwardsattempted
attempted atempted to lynch Jch
The British Drlt8h authorities nuthOrtle aro deporting deportinglarge deportng deportngIluge deportinglarge
large numbers num rl of Hollanders Holnnlor to hot Holland 101 101land hotland ¬
land to be dealt dejl with by their ther own guy government gu guernnent guyernment ¬
ernment ernnent for not observing oblMlng the state of ofneutrality otneutrly ofneutrality
neutrality neutrly declared delare by tho lie Netherlands NetherlandsPresident NetherlandPmldent etheriantteIreident
President Steyn Is reported to t be at atBethlehem atDethlehem atIletiiuehem
Bethlehem consulting consultng with Oen Gen D Dewt Dewet DewetSir wt wtSir
Sir Alfred Alr M Mlnel AtOner liner the British Drl h high highoommlsHloner highommllloner imighcommissioner
commissioner ommllloner 1ms h him notified notifC th Ult govern government Ioern Ioernment government ¬
ment to pay p the Interest Interet on the Free FreeState Fe FeStnte FreeState
State 6 per cent loan due July 1 on con condition 0 eonditlon ¬
dition dllon that there Is no liability labiIty for forfurther torturthlr forfurther
further turthlr interest interestCapetown lnt interestCapetown ret
Capetown reports rellrtl that President Kru Kruger ru ruger
ger Is I still 8U1 at Machadodorp MarhRdrulp afraid alld to tomove tomove tommmove
move for fear for the bridges are under undermined underI11e underinhimed ¬
mined I11e
Clawson 1s Just In re receipt reoelpt reoeipt ¬
Hon Spencer C1wln 11
C E BDallln EDatn EDalilu
from Sculptor
ceipt of a telegram teegrm
Dallln Datn in U Ison hieston ton announcing nnnounang that the thebronze theb thebronze
the thetrappers UIOtrpp timetrapperL
of the Indians Inmanl
bronze b nzo figure OgrM
trappers which are ae to be plncednround plncednroundthe plac arund arundthe
the trpp pedestal of time tie Brigham Urilham Young Youngmonument Youngmonument Youngmonument
monument petal will wl arrive In this t ll olty oIL on or orabout or orbut orabout
about but July SOth 2th Mr Dallln Daln ados l thai thaiho thl thlI thaihe
ho I will wl be e here at Use same iale time lme In
which hlch event ev nt Mr Clan thinks the th tre Is Isno I In isno
no n reason rln why hy the work of putting lluttng the thefigures thetlgur timefigures
figures tlgur In place pnce should Ihould not 1ot be dome d1 on onPioneer onPIonee onPIoneer
Pioneer PIonee day d July Slth Hb the fiftyfifth fiftyfifthanniversary fiftyfifthanniversary tffth tffthnnnlefU
anniversary nnnlefU of the entrance of o the Plo Pioneers Ploner liorisers ¬
risers ner Into Ilto the valley nI8 of the Grcnt Gnat G4reat Salt SaltLake Sal SaltLake
Lake Lke If It oould culd be arranged arrr olt It would woulda
a proper celebration lebrton of the Twenty Twentya
a fourth I fouh fitting celebration ce1br u of the tboTwenty tboTwentyfouh Twenty Twentyfourth Twentyfourth
need the te lianglng hanlll was al the father of ofthe oCthe ofthe
the murdered murr girl girlSnell girlneil Ir IrSnel
Snell Snel neil murdered Inurere Llssle Wlesberger Wtebrgr on onAuguat onAUIt onAugust
August AUIt 6th last lal The Te girl Irl had been bn em employed emploe empioyd
ployed ploe at tt his hl house hou but lila hi actions acton to towards t toward ¬
wards warl her compelled oot plid her parents Irentl to totake totke totake
take tke her away awa He le II appeared allprt at a her herhome herhome herhome
home on the iii morning mrnln of August AUIt Oth Othand 6lhAnd 0thend
and going Into Inl the bed U room rm out the thechilds theobld thechilds
childs obld throat with wih a razor r rJculng causing at atmoat aimOt atmoit
moat mOt Instant Iltant death deatl As A Snell ln tm1I turned turnedto turne
to leave Ie the room rm Mr MI Wteabertfer Wteabertferiezed WIbertr WIbertrln
iezed ln him and ut the th murdered murder sliultttl sliultttlher 11 lMliI
her on the arm Such Snel was captured capturedwithin caPtlwihIn capturedwithin
within wihIn an hour hor after the oommlaalon ommlion of ofthe orthe oftime
the crime crimeLIHUT orlmeIdI1 crimeIilHIJV tll
Oon 001 MnoArtlitir llnorthtu Mnoitrlhiuzltoports Kopnrtfl Ioort 018111 CasualtyItcimolt Casualty Casualtyltoboli
ltoboli Sond SOld In II Wounded WOltlc1 1rlsonor 1rlsonorWashington PvlonurWashington 1110101 1110101Wublton
Washington Wublton June MGen IOen MacAr > aAr
thur tur has Ial cabled callt the war department departmentthe d rtmnt
the following folowluj account acunt of the tll death deth Qf ofLieut QfIelL qfLleimt
Lieut IelL Draper DraperManila Drapr DraprXnUa Diaperanhha
Manila anhha June M8econd hnd Lieut Paul PaulDraper PaulDraper PaulDraper
Draper Twentysecond TtntMCnd Infantry
drowned morning momll of June tt I working workingon workln
on ferry tert near San Antonio ntoolo Neuva IBclJf IBclJfLtuon IIJI IIJILwon ICC1JILujon
Ltuon Lwon Body By not yet et MACARTHUR MACARTHURPaul recovered recoveredMACARTHUR rvr recoveredMACARTIIUIt
Paul Draper Dra r wa u born brn July 14 UTC UTCt 1G 1G1t
1t t Valley Vall View Iew Iowa and nd served ler with withthe wIthtle withthe
the tle Sixteenth Ilxtenth Infantry as private cor corporal cr crpl ccipcsst ¬
poral pl sergeant tent and ani first sergeant era of ofcompany ofcm ofcompany
company cm n D from trm July JU 1S IV7 197 7 to Nov NovJIM Nov1n ov ov11I
JIM 1n He II was Wa serving tvln In the Philippine PhilippineIslands Phlplllne PhlplllneI PhilippineIshinds
Islands I lad aa an al enlisted enUled enli ted man at th the date dateof dateot dateof
of appointment a as second lieutenant of ofthe ofii
Ipplntment ont leutMnt a
the O ii Twentyeecond Infantry Inantry and was waacontinually wa waconUnual wasconUnuahly
continually conUnual with wih his hi regiment till tl June Junett
tt 1 100 11 when hn he was drowned drownedThe drwne drownedThe
The following tolowlng cablegram was WA Also 111 re received recelve recelved ¬
ceived celve this tbl afternoon from Gen Mao MaoArthur Ma MacArthur
Arthur1yel Arthur
ArthurLyel Artlur
Lyel W Atklna Atitl company compny I Thirty Thirtyfifth
fifth ffh volunteer oIIDteer Infantry Ilfantry wounded wOlne In Inarm Inarn inarm
arm arn moderate moerte and captured May JI W Wwaa 1 10va
waa va sent u In by I Insurgents Inur ent8 June 1 21 Re Reporta neIlrt Relort
porta Ilrt health of Charles J Roberts cap captain cll clltaln ciiitam ¬
tain tam Thirtyfifth Thlrtytfth Infantry and Private PrivateMclntyre PrIvte PrIvteMoIntyre PrivateMcIntyre
McIntyre good jroodA goodA o oA
Luncheon Lunch n to Celebrate Celebrae Completion Cmpleton of British BritishBiographical lirlt1hBiographical rllh rllhBloaraphlc1 I
Biographical Dictionary Dictionaryllrltlnlier Dictonary DictonaryUrl DictionaryItritlhivr
llrltlnlier Url ht Iniuciiln 1IUuClt thin OmUftloii or ofVmlilnmoti orllhIIIIOI orWuhihigtoti
Vmlilnmoti llhIIIIOI Jnllrrnou JltIIOI amid nut Other OtherCho OCher OCherChoate OilierChosle
Cho Choate to Make Ilaku u Iolnt IolntLondon luiiitIondon Ollt Olltlndon
London lndon June W nThere There won w a a I ro romRkable tomarkable romarkable
markable mRkable Authoring of literary lmry nnd nndarttatte nndarUtc andartistic
artistic arUtc London Lndon today toay at a a luncheon In Inthe Inthe Intime
the Mansion house hou given slln by the lord lordmayor lordmayo lordmayo
mayo Mr A J Newton to celebrate celebratethe olbrate olbratethe
the completion cmpleton of the thl dictionary dictionar of ofnational ofI ofnational
national I tlonal biography bkaph Over MO persona personawere per personswere l8 l8were
were present Jtent Including Inluding Mr Joseph JOllh II IIChoate I IIChoate
Choate the United lnHe Staten ambawador ambawadorMr 10b dor dorlr
Mr lr Leslie Lle Stephen 8te1llln the first nft editor eltor of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Work Mr tr Sidney Lee the present presenteditor prnt prntolto presetmteditoi
editor olto i the Bishop Dlhop of London Lndon Rev RevMandell nevMnndel 11evidandehl
Mandell Mnndel Crelghton Crfllhton D D 1 Mr John JohnMorley Johnrorley JohnMorley
Morley Sir Charles Chale DUke Mr W K KH I IH ICII
H Lecky Viscount Ilount Peel 1HI Sir Chements ChementsMarkbam Cllments Cllmentsllrkbam CimementsMarkham
Markham llrkbam president IJrldet of the royal ceo ceographical se geegraphical
graphical Gr lhlcl society olety Rev I 1 R I W Glider Glider3fr Glder Glderrr GilderMr
3fr rr Andrew ndrew Lang Lng Mr Hdmtind Hmtnd Goes Goasand GO GOBnd Goesand
and Mr Austin Dobaon DobaonSpeeches Dobsn Dobsnphe Dobsenpehes
Speeches phe were delivered delh1 by Mr fr Mor Morley MorJey MoreJoy
Joy the lord lr mayor laor the Bishop Bshop of Lou Loudon Lu Ludon Loudoim
don and other oUll They ThlY all al paid tributes tributesto trbute trbuteto
to the magnitude malnltude of t the thl benefit tner con conferred cn cnCerred conferred ¬
ferred by the work Just completed cmplete and andmade nndmnde andmade
made complimentary cmplmoltfry referenced refcrence to toAmerica toAmerica toAimmerica
America once caused cu o by Mr Choates Chotes pres presence pr pronce presonce ¬
enceMr Mr Ir Morley Mid Ud he regretted regreted that thatmen thatmen thatinca
men like lke Washington Wnhlngton Jefferson Jerteron Hamil Hamilton Hamilton hlamilton ¬
ton and Franklin Frnkln who though Ameri Americans Amerlons Amnericans ¬
cans ons were born English Englsh subjects lubJets were werenot werent werenot
not nt Included Includo In the biography biogrphy
Mr Ir Choate responding rMondln to t the toast tO At of ofhis athis ofhis
his health healh raid he also als was struck by bythese bythese bythese
these omissions omlNlon8 He tc pointed pointe out that thatonly thatonl thatonly
only onl one oe American Americn woman was men mentioned mentone mentloned ¬
tioned tone Pocahontas POhonto and she Ihe only be bocause becU becau
cause cU cau she Ihe saved the life lo of an English Englishcaptain Englsh Englshcaptain ICnglisimeaptalmm
captain captainIndeed captainJndeld eaptalmmIndeed
Indeed Jndeld continued contnue Mr Choate Choateeverything Chole Cholee1rUng Choateeveryt1ng
everything e1rUng relating to Americas Americs sep eepnraUon ep epfUon sepnraUon
nraUon fUon from trm England Is excluded and andthe andlie lndtht
the tht reader reater will wi not learn from the blog biography blogtphy blography ¬
raphy tphy that America ever Ier came Into ox oxiHtence oxIRUuce bxmutton
mutton IRUuce as a a separate 14I > rato nation laton But Iut the thefact thetac timefact
fact tac that Mr Morley claim such men menas menni menas
as ni Washington Wahington Jefferson JeteNn Hamilton Hamiltonand Hamion Hamionnntl
and Franklin Frankln Is II an Indication Indicatin of the thebond thebont thebond
bond bont which exists between betwen the two twocountries twooountHe twocountries
countries oountHe a bond which grown closer clOr as astlmo astmo astime
time tmo goon oes on onMr 01 onMr
Mr Ir Choates last remark remrk was greeted greetedwith Greete greetedwith
with wih cheers cheersCntmii cbeers cbeersCull1n cheersCimlman
Cntmii Cull1n Postal Affairs AffairsWashington Atul AffliltsWashington
Washington June 18 2Fourth 39Fourth Fourth As Assistant AIslstant Assistant ¬
sistant Posttnaiter 08trater General Oenerl Bristow Bristowwho Bristowwho rtow rtowwho
who returned returne to Washington Walhlniton from Cuba Cubalast Cuba Cubalast
last night had a t conference onforenea today last lastIng lutIng lastlug
Ing two hours with wih the postmaster tmnter gen general geneml gnueral ¬
eral He le made an Informal report relltt on
the investigation Invttlnton of Cuban Cubanaffairs affairs araars and andwill and1il
will 11 1il submit a written wri fen report an af soon soonnx 1001 soonas
nx ni practicable protlcblp but It will wi require sev several f myoral ¬
eral days to complete It I In the mean meantime meantme meantime ¬
time tme he decline delne to discuss any nn of the thefarIs theads thetails
ads to be Incorporated Incrprate In this docu document documpnt document ¬
ment Gen Brlatow declined delne to say saywhether MYwhether naywhether
whether or not any alY further arrests Irret are arecontemplate ar arecontemplat4
contemplate In connection cnneton with wih tho thoinvestigation thoInvoUtaton theinvestigation
investigation investigationTaxing InvoUtaton InvoUtatonTnlnJ investigationTaxing
Taxing TnlnJ the Sunsets SunRctl Lines LinesSan IlncI IlncI51n I1tiesSan
San 51n Francisco Fan II June 88 29he The assess asseaflrnent nSH assessment
ment on the franchise Crancls of the Sunset SunsetTelegraph SunsetTelegph SunsetTelegraph
Telegraph Telegph and anl Telephone company compny has hasbeen hasbn hasbeen
been raised ralte by b Aw A Assessor 9 8r or Dodge Dog to 1
000000 000 Heretofore Heretofot the corporation lorJr tlon has hasnever hasnepr hasnever
never raid Iald taxes tl on more than an as assessed aiIle aseseed ¬
sessed Ile valuation Ruaton of 2600 6 on Its 1f fran franchise frn frnlhIH ran ranchie ¬
chise lhIH Dodge D0Je contends cntendl that the con coneorn conlrn concorn
corn Is I exclusively exclulJelY a California Calornia corpor corporfttlun corpor1ton oorporatlurm
fttlun 1ton Its I principal principl place of business bUllnN CS CSd as asdflnstl s sd
d dflnstl 0nwj n in Its article artcl of Incorporation Incorporationbciuc Incorortion Incorortionbllur
bciuc in II this city cityWlno cityWIno cityWhite
WIno for fr Democratic DCluorato Convention ConventionSan
San 81 Francisco IrI1o June J9 39TIme The Califor California Calfor Calfornil ¬
nil nh and Hawaiian IiaUan delegate to the theDemocratic theD theDemocratic
Democratic D rt national natoal convention cnwnton at atKansas atKanlas atKitias
Kansas Kanlas City Ct started tarte east today toa The Thedelegations ThedeaU Thedeingaupos
delegations deaU ll were w escorted forte to their train trainby trainbyb trainby
by byb th the InxjuoU Iruw club of this city Cl They Theywill Theywi Theywill
will reach r h ICanaas rCan Ity it t at G4t G4 p m mMonday mMotlyISM mMotmty
Monday wi MotlyISM flight A large consignment cnllgnment of ofCruli orrlu offruit
fruit rlu and nn wine have already alrady been beenajHioee ben benI beenshiupid
ajHioee I to tho t ho n California CIlornta headquarters headquartersIn hedquarters hedquartersIn
In the convention onentln city cityTo cItyTo cityTo
To Notify Hoosrvolt HoosrvoltWashington Hoosccl HooscclWaslnlton RooscveltWashIngton
Washington June M 5Senator Senator S Ur Wol Wolcott Wolctt Wolcott
cott ctt Waslnlton who was a8 a caller at at the hi White WhiteHouse Whie WhieUou WhiteIfouso
House Uou today said Id that he had h Just re received rt rtOlve iscelveti ¬
ceived Olve notice notO tay from trm rein the national Repub Republican Republican eJub eJuben ¬
lican en committee otmlte of his lii appointment apPlntmnt as aschairman 11 11chaIrmn aschairmmm
chairman chaIrmn of the committee committe to notify notifyOov nuy nuyG notify0ev
Oov Roosevelt ROe1 of his hi nomination nminton as asVi ABVI asvie
Vi G VI vie e President Prhlent He said h h he would woull be beat b beat
at the thIWaldortAltra thVgldorfAMtOrft Waldorf Astoria In New Nf York Yorkon
on the evening of July Jul llth 1th where whel he hedealred hedelr liedesired
desired to meet the other oher members membl of ofthe otthl ofthe
delr the thl ratification Ittcaton committee commle At 10 10oclock 10oclok 10oclock
oclock oclok on the morning of the ISth llh the thecommittee the theclnmltf thecommittee
committee clnmltf will 1 proceed pr to Oyster OyterBay Otrlir OysterBay
Bay lir where the formal fonl notification ntfUn to toth tothe tothe
th the governor goror will w1 take place placeThomnfl plaD plaDThomlH placeThomas
Thomas ThomlH Flnnnolr FlnnnolrBan Plnllolr Unn hanged hangedBan cl clSan
Ban Quentln Quentn Prison 1r18n CaL Ct Jun JunThomaa 2 10 10Thomas
Thomas FlanneJy who murdered his hisfather histt hisfather
Thoma Fnnny murere
father r Patrick Inrlck Flannely Flanne and Sheriff SheriffW Sher
W tt v P J McKvoy McBO of th thn the Son Mate UN o auntT auntTon olunty oluntyon unty untyon
on the night of October OO bor S H lFeT at Red Redwood Re Redwo
wood wo ttonlBht d City was Ilanlt hanged today to a He UI had hadnothlng hld hldnothnt hindnothIngtO
nothlng nothnt oaCI < to say la from Crm tho scaffold l oIc
f fi fIncreased e eIncreased
Increased Anxiety Over Foreigners Who WhoWere W WhoWere io ioWere
Were in Pekin PekinWill Will Wil Try Another Re Relief Relef Relief = i
lief lef Force Russian Activity I i I
Washington Jun JL 20Th The navy de department deJlrtlnt deI4rtnnt ¬
partment Jlrtlnt this tbl morning momlll received relye the thefollowing thefolo1 thefollowing
following folo1 cablegram Cblrm from fr Admiral AdmiralKempff AdmiralChse dmIrl dmIrlXIWll
Kempff KempffChae XIWllCh
Chae Ch Too F June JURI MCecretary ltar of ofth otthnvlkn oftime
th thnvlkn time navy navyleklrm I > ekln relief rlet expedition expiin now nowin nowIn nowItt
in Tien T T Tala la with wih MO J sick lik and AO wound wounded woundel
ad el Jllntotera Unl and alI Pekln party rt not with withthain 11U withthzn
thain th m No news from frm them themKRAIPFF them themTime
The department dJrtltnt was also II advised alh1a thin thtomornlag tl1 thinxmtorntg
tt mornlag g that Admiral Adlllrl n nemer mey on th thBrooklyn the thtBrt theBrooklyn
Brooklyn Brt hu arrived and at Honkong Ionkol en enrout enroute n nrl
rout rl ti to Taku TakuThe Takul8 TakuThis
The l8 Brooklyn will wi sail 11 tomorrow tomorrw for forTaku JorTaku icrTaku
Taku via Nagasaki NagasakiKHMPPP Nap NagasakiKIIMPPV kl klKMMPlF
Admiral Kemptf ItempJ today toa acknowledged acknowledfledthe acknowleIe1 acknowleIe1the
the error he h had made In reporting rprtng the thepresence Ul timePresence
presence Ireltl of the foreign to lgh ministers tlnter with withAdmiral wih wihAdmiral withAdmiral
Admiral Seymours ermour column eight ell miles milesout ml mlout mitesout
out from f 1 Then Tel Tutu Ills m cablegram cablegramthla cAblegrm
thla morning admit admlt that there is no noknowledge noknoler noknowledge
knoler knowledge of their whereaout hraoll and It ItIs ItII itI
Is I aaaumed Uure the error tr In the first fnt report reportaioM reportaloes
aloes ArO from rein the admirals admlrll acceptance acceptanceof acceIltlnce acceIltlnceot
of a rumor that was AI very ver generally gnemly cur current currnl curremit ¬
Rent rent rnl at the time the cablegram cbl 11 was waaRent wasTim ai
RentTlio aent
Tim fact that the admirals admirl message messageIs
Is dated date at Cues Che Foe 10 today toay war warrants varrittlia Ar Arnuls ¬
rants nuls th th the supposition IUlllllton that telegraphic telegraphiccommunication teltrphlocOlnmunlcaton telegraphiocomimiunicatlon
communication cOlnmunlcaton has h been bn restored reltore be between betwen betwesim ¬
tween twen the tl point and Taku Aku where wher the theforeign thefOII1 theforcigli
foreign heeL lies There l is however
fOII1 let IN It a apoiMlblltty I aPoSsibilitY
PoSsibilitY llHllllty that the admiral could ruld get geta
a dispatch Heroes acrO from frm mmii Taku to Cite CnePoo CbNFoo CiteFoo
Foo tho same Ire date dft by ptmhlng pUlhlnJ th the York Yorktown Yok Yoktown Yorktown
town which ha hiss > UM been bn used uM ns n a die dispatch dIl diepatch ¬
patch boat boatNBWS bt btNEWS boatNICWS
Minimal Admll KempfTe I llf news has ha added adde to tothe tothe totime
the depression d8prelion In official otcl41 quarter quarterAdmiral QU4rt9r quartersAdmiral
Admiral Ilfrney IB l pushing the Ul Brook Itrooklyn lrk lrkIn Brooklyn
lyn with wih all ni despatch toward Taku anti amihe Ani Anihe antilie
he cable Cble that he h will 11 sail sl from f t Hong Hlngonr ¬
kong onr northward northwar tomorrow tomorrw tomnor mn Ills Ia main maincure maincnre mauicare
cure will wi be to arrive aIve at Taku with withfull witimfull Wih Wihtul
full tul coal col bunkers thus making makln sure surethat surethat urothat
that the thl Brooklyn Broklyn will w be b ready rdr for any anyservice anynle anyservice
service nle required r < < lulr when wh4 site 11 reaches reahl that thatport thatprt thatport
port prt Hence his hll announced announce purpose Jlurll to tostop tostop tostop
stop at Nagasaki N SaMkl Japan The he stop stopthere ItopthPe stoptimers
there thPe also al will wi enable the navy IIVY depart department tlepat tlepattent departmeat ¬
meat tent to change his order order by direct directcable diret diretcable directcable
cable communication In caw the Ul con conditions conIItona conditiena ¬
ditions IItona change during the tim Brooklyn Brooklynfive Urklynf BrooklynsItve
five liv day rim to Nagasaki NAgaJkl so ae to make makeIt
It BCMM k to do so soTlttopaJA 80hwtf 50ThlapartiacsraJy
ThlapartiacsraJy I TlttopaJA ta gceureely out outot of this thl > route routebetween ruto rutobetw8n routebetween
between betw8n Hongkong GlloK and 1 Taku so 1 there thereWill tble tbleWi therewill
Will Wi be b practically pIctrUy no lone of Jim tm inme In Involved inolved ¬
volved 010 In entering Nagasaki NagasakiSECRETARY Nagfld NagfldSECnmRY NagnoahdSCRICTARY
No now now from any ni of the American Americanetato Americanetate Americanstate
state department delartment odlclals otcllls In China Chinawas China Chinawas
was wa received today tOay Secretary Seetar Hay who whowatt whoSI whovimtm
watt SI severely taxed tat by the exhausting exhaustingInborn exhmautinglabors xhau tlng tlngIIbor8
Inborn IIbor8 thrown upon upn him during the thepresent thellresent timelrenent
present heated hlated spell fpe1 vnn Indisposed to today tod today ¬
day d and remained at his home while whileAssistant whileAll whileAssistant
Assistant All tant Secretory Hill 11 looked looke after afterthe oter oterthe oftorthe
the routine routne burtnoss bUlnclB of the state stlto depart department tlellutlen departinent ¬
ment len t
New ew York Juno J8 JA 20A A dispatch to tho thoHerald thoHorald timeHerald
Herald from trm Canton says 18 While Whie the thegeneral thegenurl thmegeneral
general genurl situation here hof Is unchanged uuchangel an anuneasy anun anuneasy
uneasy un sy fueling tlolng prevails prvalB An Imperial Imperialmandate ImlJ Imperialmandate tal talmnndlte
mandate mnndlte from rom Pekln directs direts Viceroy ViceroyLI
LI Hung 1ung Chang to remain In Canton Cantonfor
for the present prelent An uprising Is feared fearedIn tlre
In case cl of his departure departureThe dellartull
I The numerous dally daly criminal crminal accu accusations seu seuItlonll aecuactions ¬
actions Itlonll by order of the th viceroy Icory show showhis shmowhis bow bowhis
his realization Nulthton of the serious condition conditionof cndition cnditionof
of affairs nlarl and ad his firm ln Intention Intenton to pre prevent Jlreent Jirevent
vent ent trouble He II threatened thretene by the themob themob timemob
mob with assassination sllnation If ho should shouldleave shouldlen shouldleave
leave len ve the city cityWelltodo cl cityWelltodo
Welltodo Wel todo residents rldents have offered ortert LI LIHung UIuns LIhung
Hung Iuns Chang five million miion tails J3MO UO
000 0 for the purpose purll0e of organizing orgnltlnl a amunicipal amunicipal amunicipal
municipal guards uar In 11 the city The vice viceroy vic viceroy ¬
roy appreciates nppredate the confidence conldence and andgratitude andgrtltudl andgratitude
gratitude grtltudl of the people peple and promises promlsfs to todo todo 1 1tlo
do his utmost to maintain order orderThe orderTime
orer orerThe
The majority majoriy of the foreign tol n women womenand womenand womemmand
and children chldlll have 11we left for Hongkong or I
Macao MacaoTho IIRcao Nacaorho
Tho Hrltlfli Drltllh gunboat Itedpole Iellole and the theUnited thetnlt timeUnited
United tnlt d States Statel gunboat hnbt Don Juan de deAustria deAUltria 4 4Austria
Austria AUltria are In the harbor The f1e French Prcnchgunboat I Frenchgunboat < renchgunboat
gunboat Comete Cor te U expected expectedANOTHER IxpectedAOTIEn expectedANOThER
London Lndon June 19 1 210 p m mThe The fact factthat taotthat factthat
that a large larle international Interlntonl force Is on onIts onIl onits
Its Il way wa to Pekln Is taken In London Londonto
to mean that the tht commander commnnlel at Taku Takuand Takuand Takuand
and Tien flln To rein In consider seine 1m one ai aithe althe atthe
the capital c pltal stands In need nee of relief reliefnupportlng reIGf reIGffupprtng reliofsupporting
supporting fupprtng the th hope that the legations legationshave lesatons lesatonshae legationshave
have been kept In safety fety there But ButIt
It Is II Impossible to deduce deuc a satisfactory satisfactoryconclusion satisfactoryconclusion Utactor Utactorrneluiion
conclusion rneluiion from the absolutely ablutly antagon antagonIstlc antAgn antAgnItC antagoimistie
Istlc ItC telegrams telelrm the most Ot contradic contradictor contrdlc contrdlctOl ¬
toe tOl of which whlth appear appAr to emanate emtnate from fromthe frm frmthl fromthe
of Nankin NankinThe Nankln1he NankluThe
the thl wmo JmllOUrCe source the th viceroy
The 1he viceroys Icero strange Itrn p report that the theministers themlnlters thenilimisters
ministers were arranging arrangng pence pce term termremains timi tmsremains
remains rmaIns unexplained The he general generl tenor tenorof tenr tenrot tenorof
of the news Is regarded rgarded an a showing showingthat Ihowlngthat showingthat
that the foment tomfnt may ma be b cooling clng and andthat ald aldthat andthat
that the ChInese government govrnment to pooeibly pooeiblypreparing Ilibly Iliblypreparing liosaiblypreparing
preparing to t disavow th the promoters pmotrs of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the outbreak outbreakMILITIA outbreakMILITIA outbreakMILITIA
Hongkong Jonlkon reports relHrts that the viceroy loro ot ofKwang ot1Cwang otlCwang
Kwang aM i 4 province Prhc hiss called cal out the themilitia themUta timemilitia
militia mUta for or service r1o in case of emer emergency pmeronc rmnergency ¬
gency onc The Ti householder houheldr art az re being beingcompelled lJlfl lJlflcmple betascompelled
compelled cmple to pay py for the cost et of the themobilisation UlemobtlUon themobthisation
mobilisation mobilisationAccording mobtlUon mobthisationAccordiqg
According AccorlQg to a t dispatch dls teh from trm Yoke YokoImma Yokl Yokehams
hams divided opinions were wer expressed expressedat expreled expreledat
at yesterdays YMterdays meeting metln of the Japanese Japanesecabinet Japantecbine Japanesecabinet
cabinet cbine The Tb minister of wnr and ant ma marine marne insrifle ¬
rifle rne and AII n4 their supporters Rupprterl urged urge that thatJapan thatJapan thatJapan
Japan should Ihoultl undertake the suppression suppressionof uPltrtlon uPltrtlonot
of rebels rbl In China while whie another anther l see seethou ec ectlon
thou lon contended ccmtlde that tht Japan Jpn ought ourht to t con conftne on onfnf eonIhue
ftne fnf her efforts erort to the protection prteton of f tur turelpner 1w 1welgneri r relgnera
elgnera elgneraAdvices elpner elgneriAdviess
Advices AdvC from ruin St Petersburg ptersbur report reportabnormal rprt rprtbnrml reportabnormal
abnormal bnrml activity aotlty In naval nvl circle cirl The Thereserves Thert Thereserves
reserves rt it appears apIHllul are ar about abut to be becalled b bclt becalled
called out and ten torpedo boot bhc are arebeing ArabIng arebeing
clt out torP
being bIng prepared pr d for Immediate ImmeIate dispatch dispatchto dl tch tchto
to reinforce rntorce the Run Pacific squad squadron Auad Auadrn ¬
ron rn
Berlin IJrln June Jlnee 10Since Since the receipt Ipt of ofAdmiral ofdmlrl ofAdmiral
Admiral dmlrl Ilendemanna ndemanu dispatch dllpath announ announeing an announcing ¬
nouncing noun lAS the arrival arrivl of the legatloners legatlonersat legUontrs legUontrsat
at Tien Tsln with Admiral Adlnlrl Seymour Seymourthe Symour Symourthe
the foreign office oln hire hee has received re no nofurther noturthr nofurther
further Information Inforlnton either way While Whileadmitting Whie WhieamltUnr WhIleadmitting
admitting the possibility lblt that Admiral AdmiralIkndemann Admirl AdmirlIlndenn AdmiralIkudemaun
amltUnr Ikndemann Was misinformed mlnformi the for foreign tor forotgn ¬
eign Ilndenn office aaaumee ulume the correctness arretns ql qlhltf t qihis
his h1 dispatch dlptcb until unti the the contrary otrr Is l prey Proven pr ¬
en en It admits admu however OWe r thatIt tt1 1s 1 very uY uYu
singular lnllar that th the other powers pwer have not notreceived nt ntrtved nofriolved
received rtved news nnl similar Ilmlar to that cabled cable by
Admiral AmIral Hendenrnnn HendenrnnnPUNISH nndemaPI IktmmdemsummPtTfilsIl
MEN MENParla MkN MENParis 1
Paris Par June it 2 i p mThe mlnttter mlnttterof nnttel
of foreign frll affairs tall M 1 Debases Delcu Informed Informedthe Inlorlt S
the cabinet council today toa that the vice viceroy vC viesroy ¬
roy rT of Yunnan Yunnn had telegraphed telelphe that M 1TIlncol
Pmncols Ilncol the French Frnch consul and anl Ills Illsparty bl blpr Idaparty
party pr who left YunnanSen 1unnanSel June IUh 24thbad th
had reached rfd1d Tong Ton Hal lal halt way to toToMquln toTouquln toToimquin
ToMquln June 27th safely dy
The vlceroylt vlctloylt woe WI further announced RDnouno
had caunfil cauJf1 the ringleaders rlnrlpadef of the mab mabWhloh m1 mabWhioim
Whloh attacked alllked the lie Francois party partyparty partyIlrt partyparty
party Ilrt June j ith th tho to be b beheaded beheadedSOUTH bheaded bheadedSOUTH beheadedIIOUTJI
Th The French Jmlch government M 11 DelcfijBQ Delct Q
further nal saii II < l was W in rectlpt of a cable ca Ii
dispatch dlJteb Baying the viceroys Ic ry of Nan Nankin NlnkIn Nankin ¬
kin sad a Hankow guaranteed the safely safelyof ht
of foreigner follrner In the central and south southern luth luther southera ¬
era er provinces JIIllce where her order It I Is assert assarted aalr assertitd
ed has thus IIU8 far nr been betn undisturbed undisturbedl0
310 10 u in ILter mnLater Later It I was announced announcedthat knnouncet
that the Chinese thlnl < < e legation here Itntl Itntlcommunicated hl1 hl1commul1 hatlcommutmlcated
communicated commul1 tlIt to tl the French govern government fvtn fvtnment goysrimument ¬
ment the text teJl of a document doument cabled cable by bytie bytb bythe
tie tb viceroy or < > r Nankin and Hankow HankowJune Hanl JlanknwJune w I IJune
June tftti Ill which whlI is an agreement a < rment be between Mtwen betweeli ¬
tween twen the Ueroys tlros and consuls cOlml at atShanghai a athiang1mI
Shanghai Slangh1 whereby wllrby subject lubJet to certain certaincondition certin certinCndltonl certaInCUtiditIOfls
condition Cndltonl the viceroy > cero undertake to toprotect torottt 4 4lroteet
protect rottt the time mlnalunarles mllllOlarlell and foretell foretellmerchants rortl foreighmerchants h hmelhant
merchants melhant in South and Kast FUlt China ChinaThe Chlnlrbe ChinaThe
The document doument which hlh was Wil sent for rati ratification rt mitiIlcation ¬ I
fication ncton by M ti I Delcasee Diraul consists c0l811ts of nine nlnoarticle ninearticles J
article articleBOMBARUMRNT arUel articlesIIOMIIARWIFNt I II0MDAmmFN
Berlin rUn June 28 2The 2LTiie The German Ollan consul consulat i iftt
at Cite Foo o oo telegraphs leltrlph under date of ofJune otJune ofJune
June M I that nothing U Ii known con ooncemlflff concerflhiig n ncerlif >
cemlflff cerlif the tht foreign reign ministers He hi add addithat addthat addslist
that tlw t 1h railroad Mlroad between 1tween Taku and andTien ant antilien
lien hm Tain r lt was wa still ti threatened threateltl and thnt thntth thitthmi
th thmi bombardment bombrdlntnt of Tien Tsln on the theMettt UleWtt timewent
Mettt Wtt continued cotUnutI though the Phlnwo PhlnwoflhellH Chtnoahihis hlnlo hlnloIh11
flhellH Ih11 explode badly It I wan nlso aftlit aftlitthat Mhlthat stictthat
that three residents lldent had been killed killedor kied kiedlr
or lr wounded woundedKILLED woundedIILLlCD ounde
London 111 on June DIn In the house houle of ofcommons otlmI0n ofcomnions
commons lmI0n today the parliamentary parlnmentary parlnmentaryretMl sec secretary Mcrotary ¬
rotary retMl of the foreign office otce Mr rr Wm WmSt
St 81 John Droderlck Irderck announced alUounred that that01e that01elrUsh the theBritish ijieBritish
British lrUsh losses lOle with lh Vice ke Admiral SV SVmour8 St
mour8 mour force torrto which with lh the rest re t Of Ofthe Ofthe f fthe
the relief rlel force ttrre had returned to Tien Tienlain TJ81h TJ81hlln Tlmmisin
lain lln June 26 were wereKllo w wereJcihiodiaptain re
Kllo 1111 Jcihiodiaptain < l aptalii Herbert letbet W II 1 Beyts Beytsroynl Ulfts UlftsrYllmlr 1letsroyal
royal rYllmlr marinag and 14 4 men menWoilMw J <
WoilMw Wo Wot1idemjSeven eSen Seven ctitcor le ami IUS tl 31 J l map oim b bMr
Mr BrodeHck Dr tlek llm gdObehUtttre a Te < rth8t at trw tf 1 return returnof rn
of the foreign Cre n casualties cAu1 Ue were infionr infionrplete hlor 1npouvlete
plete but the total was supposed 8lpo to bo
6 6 62 men killed JOlle and 111 2 Z men wqunded wqundedIn r
In conclusion conclu Mr Ir Qroderlok Drtrlo said that thatth thattimi J
th timi hftoi hdsf lelt recefjt no reports reprts whldh w l ll had hadreached ha hadreached
reached the th government pointed to the tholegntloners thelegloners thelegationers
legntloners being bel still BUl at Pekln PeklnALARM PeklnAIAt PekinALA11M
Washington June 29None 9 None of the themembers themembers themembers
members of the cabinet who wor wore at attodays attodl attoditys
todays todl Bewlon could see the least leastchange iostchiming
> Illt IlltchanRe
change In the Chinese Chlnee situation luatlon S6o S6oretary Se Seoretamy
retary 18tor Hay was not preacnt IreRent nor waa waaSecretary wmsSticretury I
Secretary Sertary Oagc lagp but the other members momborasaid membor I
said Rld that nothing had ha been heard imeardfrifln imeardfriflntime frt frOtn frOtnthe
the thl ministers mlnllel1 stationed tatloue at It PeRth and andthis andiii
this UII iii fact was causing causlng the greatest greatestalarm glatet glatetalArm greatestalarm I
alarm for their safety ICety It I was wasstntod wasstntodtlmst Btntod Btntodthat Btnto
that every eer possible pulble effort erort wus being beingmade blngmade beingnmafe
made to secure leur Intelligence Inte111 of their theirwhereabouts t1tlr t1tlrwhereout8 theIrwiierubouts
whereabouts whereout8 but up to this time tmo with without wih wihout without ¬
out results tul No additional additonal troops trop It Itwas I Itwas
was WI said hI had been bn ordered ordere to China ChinaJut Chinabut hlnnbut
but matters matt1 were el being beln put In shape shapeto Jpoto
arise to meet met any emergency that might mightarise nlht nlhtare mightarise
ariseWhen are f fWhn fWhen
When the ii cabinet cbinet meeting metng broke up upa
a little lte before beCol 1 oclock there could ould bo bono bono beno
no doubt that the members menbeN shared sharedthe ha hathe
the general nerl deJrtlon depression at the lash Inokof lao lashOf
of new from trm Minister Uliiter Conger While Whileunwilling Whileunwillhmig W1110 j junwiing
unwilling unwiing to admit admi that hope hOli for his hissafety hissafety I IIfety
safety Ifety wan wal fast et fading they felt fel that thatheir thattbelr thattheir
heir gravest gravet fears t ar might be bl realized at atany atnuy atfilmy
any timeMAY tme
New York June JO JTbllteratonnl JTbllteratonnlcommitee 10Thme The international internationalcommittee 2nternatona1committee
committee commitee of the Y M C A today todayreceived t tothtreceived n nreclt
received reclt from trm Secretary Scretry Lewis total totaled kc t tad ¬
ed at Shanghai Shan hal the following folowIng answer answerto Insw r rto
to a I cable rble vent him last Monday ronil ask asking Isk IskIng askIng ¬
ing for Information concerning concring Robert RobertP
P I Galley Galoy in charge cage of the th work fit fitTien tttTen litTien
Tien Ten Thin ThIl and his hil family familyShanghai familYShanghaI familyShanghaI
Shanghai June to Galleys ales are be believed behieved ¬ I IlIved
lIved to have hav escaped ecatl Unable tnble to com cm cmmunlctf coinmunicata communlcato
munlcato munlctf with wih them as the tele telegraph telegrAph telegraplm >
graph line lne Is II broken brken to Then Tain TainHave TalnHue TstnHave
Have applied appled to consul cnul at Che Foo to totry toty totry
try ty to obtain further particulars particularsA
A letter showing 8ho1ln that prticulari the disturbance disturbanceIn dllt rbanoe rbanoeIn
In China Is widepr wldlp widespread ad has just been beenreceived bn bnrehet beenreceived
received rehet by b A D Van an Denburg who whoI
I Ii In the business buln department of the thoPrenhvtrrlan therflhvterlan thePresbyterian
Presbyterian rflhvterlan board bord of 01 foreign missions missionsat mllons mllonsat
at 1S8 1 Fifth avenue The letter Is i from fromMr tromllr fromMr
Mr llr Van 11 ati Danburga brother brther Dr E D
Van Denburg a I medical meicl missionary mlfslonlr at It
Nodoa Noon in the island of Hainan The Theletter Theleter Theletter
letter leter which whlet wa wa written rtn about lime limemiddle thamiddle
middle middl of May Ia state Itat tharUiei thKttheNf thsrttmerliko thsrttmerlikobammd tfBftfx tfBftfxband Uu Uumiddl
band of robber robbll a thousand thousnl strong I
in the mountains moultalns back baee of Nodoa Nooa The Thotown Theown I
town Is 19 miles mln Inland and without withoutprotection wihout wihout11t81on withoutitrotection
protection 11t81on The townspeople town pooplo wanted wantedthe wantedthe
the mIssionaries to let them have ha their thslrgune thhgUM theirguns
gUM so 1 they the could culd tight tJht the th robbers robbersThe robb robbersThe l
The le missionaries mlsslonale declined delne on the theground theIund tImeground
ground Iund that the treaty tret forbade forbndl such sucha I Ia
a course CUI The robbers belonged to a aociety Q asociety
society Ily known by b the thl name of Ltd LulThey LolThey LtdThey
They are supposed to be an off orshot orshotof offshoot offshootof shoot shootuf
of the Boxers BoxersPOWBRS UOUt BoxersPOWThRS supp
Paris Iarl June M 21A A reporter reprter of tho thoAssociated thoAutted theAssociated
Associated Autted Press 1r wa informed Informf today todaya todayI
a I as a I result rult of negotiations negtatolB between btt wen the thepowers thipower timeiuwers
powers power an agreement has ht been Iln arrival arrivalat nrl nrlat
at which provide t Vde for the existence ul ttncl of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the status t quo M A regards t l phtre5 ture hlrll of ofInfluence atInduenc ofinfluence
Influence Induenc and an commercial agreement agreementand agrltlent agreementsand
and ant also all respecting resptng the nature natun of the theguarantiee thegarnt theguaranties
guaranties garnt and coinp copenato compensations n atons which whichwill whlehwi whichwill
will wi be b demanded from China ChinaAccording ChinaAcorlnr ChinaAccording
According Acorlnr to t the understanding undeltandlnr the thoInternational tl0 tl0Interatoal theinternational
International Interatoal army ary of occupation ocupaton wll wllOPltSt will willconsIst Hl Hlooult
consIst OPltSt of 80000 10 800 men len ItiiMla IuR Ia and undJapan andJApn andJapan
Japan JApn will wi provide 1rld 11000 10 each eh bat OeatBritain tatBritain batJrllln
Britain Jrllln will wlilrva provide 10000 100 Fran r OI c M lIK tiO O Oand
and 01 Germany America Amrea and other othlr pow powers pWers powera ¬
ers 090 0 each Cch The Russian RUllan army armycorps 1 armycorps my myCr
corps Cr In Siberia Sibera which has h8 just been beenmobilized blen blenmobllZl beennmobilhred
mobilized mobllZl will wl only cross Cr th > Chinese Chinesefrontier lhlMaefrnter hinteefrontier
frontier frnter in the event ent of the crisis being beingaggravated belPSI beingaggravated
I aggravatedFOIthIGN aggravated aggravatedFOREIGN Qr v tt
London June 90 6 p m mThe The British UrliUhconsul lrlib lrlibonaulltChe Britishconsul
consul onaulltChe at atCh Che Foo wires wlrl the foreign fortlJn of office o oI offlee ¬
flee I lnY tftday that a a message mliage from Pekn Peknto Ilkln Ilklnt
to t theS thl th tao tat tll of customs toml at Tien Tain Tainay Tslny Teinsays
says ay y the foreign legations legatons art still at atPekia atl atPektn
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