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THE DESERET SEEE r ta i > i SMaa Ifcy ej < IBiw B l VENING l lrRUrl NEWS NEWSHUIII
TKUTH AND ANDFIUDAY sn III 1II11Y 1II11Y1rrYjrlnSl ItTY ItTYl
FIUDAY nnD Y JULY 27 2 1000 O e1 1 Idt1E CJTY Il UlAU 1 u UMJ3EIt B t MIt 2U
1rrYjrlnSl l iltSit YEAR
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AMERICA REFUSES REFUSESI REFUSESTHE
I THE CHINESE OFFER OFFERY
W Y ffill Not Stop Troops for Delivery of For Foreign PorKeign foreign ¬
eign MinistersLatter llinistels Latter Start for Tien TienTsui T TienTsinSafe en enTsinSafe
Tsui TsinSafe Safe July 15
July 17t1 > United Unitednmnt Unlttdnmlnt UnitedA
r T Fnabm vnt vntla n n
v nmnt nnu rt ha has absolutely re remm reo reopropoiltiOlt isIhinse
A proposition to SUS SUSn 11UIItr
mm Ihinse
ration againat Itt Pekln PeklnMIery Pekinf
Itr il n r Iratlon t
1 f r th t h > MIery lot t Tien TI Tsin Tsinn TsinnilnlaeM
ro n l ministers ministersrAKB mlnltNJ nilnlaeMPl
rAKB Pl J JULY H HD 11Jul ILJuly
f jA 27AdUpaWi dllpatoh raosived raosivediud
July D Teoslvu Teoslvuday
day la > dat1l iud Then Tstn J July Julys Jut y yr 14 14r
r s r v who ho left Peklw Sunday Sundaytuifht lundyhrUKht aundyughl
tuifht ughl t today lay to the tb customs customslllM customsr
that Prim Chlng1 Chlng1tul ctll ctllhllil Clilagshad
r 1 lllM 111
had t hn h > n fighting Prlnas1uogs Prlnas1uogsod Prlne TUBf1 TUBf1Ilt TUn
defeated The roewrr for forr
Ilt 11 h had 1 1 b en
defending themselves th lv In Inl Inrhern
wrr w r
rhern h rn cathedral l near the forbid forbidn
11
Hi AY pFKIN ALIYL ALIYLn ALly ALlyn
n July The American board boardfor 1 rd
ti < for the foreign torel mis misiu ra ralay mu mu1ny
iu r Itd a cablegram from fromJ tnlmiHY
of ofri oCrl ofrl
a missionary
iHY cry J Porter lrt r
rl junJ rue Iron July Jul M con conlh COlittw eonthe
Pekln alive alivei
rds N
lh the w
stationed at atllInl athung
who wu
Mr r 1 uI < 011 r
ctae < e ot lbantun lbantunI
hung llInl Pr after artrxr
to Cb 1100
I hn n nu a
ing TIle The cabltlftllft cabltlftllftIn
xr upT
words wordsIU Plkln
Hi two
d i In ns
intimation being beingun bpi given givent givenconviction all allne
IU 11 which the conviction convictioni convictionprevailed
ne un Poo PooHUT P00rt1T
prevailed at Che
t i annth iail >
1 1rIIT
HUT NR TIN TSIN TlINon
on Jul J 7 11 1130 30 a 0e m mTbla mTblafrom reis Tfcte Tfctet is isash
n
I + from Shanghai relter reltera retterIIlH re
rt t
e a IIlH ash ri Utun a llun that tbojiurvlvlng tbojiurvlvlngiv tbl th purt1 uJ1vtll uJ1vtllrI tng tngof
nave naveUri RIl
diplomatic oorps
iv of the
to Tien Tienftd
Uri l left fll v MM 11I 011 n their way
y are areKorteJ aretoned re reConed
nd add that the forei foreigner nen
+ Coned I ty troops of Jung Jun sang LU LUl Lurderlnrhlet Luder
Chine Cbhtessmice Chinemrve ctalnemove
rlnihief der l of the
move U I mated ttld to be the out outvcn outI outeery
between betweentut between4hatg
interview
vcn I it ttln < nary
< hLg tut K and iiJ the foreign consuls consulshau
1 taken in the hope ho of ofrath ofhe ofth
hau ha en n
th he wrath rath of th the powers Oerl unit de deof eles dethe
s the advance of the allies toward towardci
the same sametat earnlMtat Marnestat
ci I revived r > oIed from
In Iniu InI Inhave
tat that half the foreigners
wounded or orJ orJ orf
I have iu p < > Vn n Vlllfd or
J f an the remit Iliit of the tb privations privationsUd
Simultaneously Simultaneouslyf laneoUSly laneoUSlyht
1 Ud undergone unl rgonf SIrnU
< < h ht f dI lining wing i able bte dtopatch to tonly 10Ii toly
nly Ii 11 Iran 31111iTl5H IraniT1 s sillsH
illsH iT1 ki MINISTERS MI lST S Si L8CCBR L8CCBRngtial L19 L19ngiml
ngtial Z rl A letter Just received receivedm
i Donald dated daiauJu datedJl datedJuiy
om m 11 Sir Claude Bud Mac
Juiy Ju 6 fIIW8 fIIW8ate f 111 111re l jwe jweere
> ate re rt iUn nving no assistance assistancef
f that nuttuiiti mutt tit I r Three l lI8tlolI lI8tlolItlnJUU luationsatenJlru g tlons tlonsjlanJlm
jlanJlm ln Indudln < lading th the British BritishMil BrlUlhhld
Mil u a part of the city clt walls wallsn
nee n ere IIr r feh ehelling htlllll iling us from the theth lb lbII
s II th a thrpflnch thrp Inh gun un and some sottwn 10mon
on n > < ail are ar enlplng us u Weunnitiiinted We Wef 1Veennlhliated
f unnitiiinted an any n > day Atntnu Atntnuund Ammuand mmu mmund
und nd fu o f r l uri short nhurtH1M 8hurtHISI shortIIl
H1M IIl t > I h AUK ait COWARDS COWARDSliic
t Nuld Ij hale ha perished by b thin thint tillIi
> t Ii > i iuiK8 l ll 8 are cowards and and4iMz ao4iillnt andrtranta
4iMz > J I plan Ian of attack If Ifi
i t i K i se It f may ma hold out oula ai a
i if I other Illhttwle A lae four days III rat ratlath U UM t tonly
M lath only slight IIM resistance resistancen
ad J n fluJ m9uJ iuJe s by advising Uw theo Uwriuiih hef
f o tl riuiih l roah by the eastern eattwnf tlln tllnl
l by II I + y < d f the th river rivertiit rivert
ees t lilt foreigners In Iekln Ieklnwre IklnJ
J iy r run N sere 1 r forty fort killed and aDdun
4 u un unl unu un1A1 d dMAY
MAY UK HI HEDATBD HEDATBDtitimenti HFJATlCDIh
c Ih statement < above abo aresly are areii
sly l I rIIH ii I r the published ver veriu verIUo vet31acDonalda
iu IUo li MucDonalda letter letteri
j J i t i the hi name letter the therj tbeWuuld thennry
nnry rj would appear to be beidve leis
is r idve t ce aa II the camialtttt cuualUJII camialtttturging
> JII J rl < urging urdln to the 0 letter letteri letteran
< u an < 1 > i iidiiig < color to the thetii theo
s n it itn i r the tii lommunlcatloiu lommunlcatloiunn
1 nn niiy tp stated that theto the thethis theIh11
to this morning reI4 re reli reo
I4 li itOI i ru Shanghai under underi
rJ ir i iimg the receipt of ofi ofm
n m in a i i laude MacDonald MacDonaldii
1 IS > + f ii which I irh It wu stated ttatedI ltat ltatrrdneN
I I f iriignerw In 11 Pekln PeklnIHf
u I i Iwo 111 lll fllb fllbTn ficahA h hl
A Tn lr l 11 i i ATXIOHT ATXIOHTj AT SIGHT NIOllTIi
it Ii f > JI j at Hhanghal alto alsoy altotit
y 1 I tit it of the th German Germani
I i lkln p kin July I stated tatdition tatedJ
p J ition wag wa only ant at ati atIr atii
i ii 1 if reaupnUetf he heI
I I h hd I out outirture outI nutItER
I 1 I ItER MAIIACn1C MAIIACn1Ci
J i irture of the minis minisr mlnliltd mlnllItd
i r t ltd to a reassertion reaiaertlont
t the story U I part of ofchina ofil ofI
il I y > china to conceal concealre
lIfrf a > re at t 1ekln the theHint tbeI thehut
t I Hint chlneae thln olflciali olflcialiminlatert 018c1alrnlnlltellleft
f minlatert rnlnlltellleft left Pealn Pealnrt
rt but were amred am amiria
° 0 iria 0 nd by Boxen en env enIL
I v oil > IL However al alHe alI altbt atheved
heved He < l that a maaaa maaaaihf m mf massea
I a f the Ih foreign fOre colony colonyl colollY181t101l colonydrspunitlan
181t101l l ltlon now I Is I to tok toWlre towere
k were re somehow tee reafnt re refnlt teefate
fnt fntl fnlt1 fate
l lis II MURDEHBD MURDEHBDlp URD EnKD EnKDI
I II I lp Ins at Shanghai ac
IARRlED MEN acJOIN JOIN THE OTHERS OTHERSAgainst
igbt Against Centennial CcnlcnnialOurcka Curcka Boarding House System SystemAid
FiQan Fiflanciat inl Aid is Proifcrcd by Citizens Who are in Sym Sympathy Sympathy Sympathy ¬
pathy With the Striking Men
HAT lAyfn TO THE NEWS NEWSt NEWLJ
h4 11 J Ju > s The Th
boarding house bouseniiui boUleth
t
C th > niiui Eureka mine mineKm
° j Km ° me m
r rather more serious seriousmarried
r h f trb
I h
married
k men join
uIrndf
trlkere In their ope
n h t
It
harling hlou Propoll
rb Ilnnol hjj hl hilt t r Ir 1 r married th young > menmet menmetinie mn met
M men last
tau U
r th led In eleuadlng ON
ln
Itt rItt met t inie l QU H Ancth Anuthr r rm
lI1ft tth
the
mtll m this da y shift 1ft or t f1 mart marte r
e Of morning In rt weer Ir nl n nN
t1 cesrtul wll1 Wise An
1011II cm of Ihl those st Mt + J curt lH lHJ
J
cording to a a illspitdi Ill ltek received here to today todart today
day It baa bean learned that that1I all the themissionaries tilemllonrlet themissionaries
missionaries at t Pao Ting In the provo province provoInce prowince ¬
ince of 1echlll have been murderedAll murdered
All the people it the mission at Amoy Amoyprovince Amoyprovince AmoyllroYlnce
province of Fo Klen are r reported teport wellMINiTER well wellMINISTER well1IINITlUC
MINISTER WU ELATED ELATEDWaahlngton ELATlCDWuhlntoD ELATED1tsehingtou
Waahlngton July ttMlnister Wu Wuwas WuWI Wuwar
was quite elated this morning when In Informed Intormed bnformed ¬
formed by b an Associated Press repre representative repreaentatiYe repreaentatlve ¬
sentative that it war reported the sur surviving lurvlYln curg ¬
viving vlYln members of the diplomatic corp corpiwere corpwere corpswere
were being conducted to Tien Tan by bytroops b btroop bytroops
troops of June Jun Lu commanderlnchlel commanderlnchlelof
of the Chinese forces He said hI he hewould hewould hewould
would not be surprised to hear at t any anytime IItlYtlm anytame
time of their arrival at t Tien 1slnMlnlater Tsin TsinMinister 1lnWhtller
Minister Wu said lie had received nu nunews 10n nonews
news n from China In the past 24 hours hoursHe hourslie
He 11 did not expect n eCt to visit the tate atatcdepartment statedepartment tatedeprtmnt
department today toda unless he heard from fromhis fromhll fromhis
his country countryNO
NO STOPPING OF 0tfTl00t8 TROOPS YETgeetetary YET TKTSecretary YET8tlretllry
Secretary Hay signalised nanled lit his return returnto
to Washington hlnrton this morning by the an announcement announcemeDt announcement ¬
nouncement that under no circum circumstances clrcllmItncel clrcuniatanesi ¬
stances will the U government accept th thChinese the theChin theChinese
Chinese Chin offer to turn over the th foreign foreignministers foreignmlnlten foreignministers
ministers to the Internationale at Tier TierTsin TlenTlln TienTan
Tan In consideration of s suspension oi oicampaign otcampaln ofcampaign
campaign against Pekln Inalongcable Inalongcablegram <
gram ram was dispatched to Rear Admiral AdinlraRemey AdmiralRemey AdmiralRemey
Remey at Taku this Instruction was mailaid wallaltl waslaid
laid upon him himThe himTIle himThe
The state department claims to b bpursuing be beJlullluln bepursuing <
pursuing an n entirely consistent course courein couraeIn <
in this Ihl decision The officials point ou outhat out outthlt outthat
that all 1 of the bitter criticism In the theEuropean theEuropean hi hiEuropean
European papers directed against th thUnited the theUnited thetnited <
United States policy II based upon u On a a total to total total
tal misunderstanding of the fundamen fundamentsl
tat principles which have governed the thiactions theactiOD theactions
actions of the department departmentAN
AN INDEPENDENT COURSE COURSEAt
At no time It Is I said ad has the state de department department department ¬
partment allowed the belief that the thfforeign therorelgn theforeign
foreign minister nt Pekln were alive to tcInterfere toInterfer tointerfere
Interfere In the slightest degree with wlttthe withtbe withthe
the prosecution proIt < ution of Its it military mil Ita plans lanl foe foereaching rorrMChlJlJ forreaching
reaching Pekln On the contrary the theIIPWI thenews thinews
news that the ministers were alive In the thiaccepted thlatcepttd theeeceptd
accepted by the th tftate department not notan IIOtII notas
an II conveying absolute verity but as an anadditional anadditional anadditional
additional reason for hastening the re relief ItIIlf isHer ¬
Her column forward to Pekln It was waethe wuthe wasthe
the departments contention that even eventhough eventhough eD eDthouh
though a degree of Improbability cur surrounded lurrounded currounded ¬
rounded the Chinese new ss to the thestate tbetate thestate
state of affairs In Pekln yet every con consideration eonalderatlon consMeration ¬
sideration of humanity and an4pollcy policy de demanded d dmuded demanded ¬
manded that It should be given careful carefulconsideration canfulC carefulconsideration
consideration C llliderAdoll1 and 4 that It should b bctsd be beaet beacted
acted aet upon as ari if true t provided InWM first aft afttlon 10UOll soUon
tlon went eaL to tie relief el ties ut ut1Iten farsfcp toreigIInduisttre farsfcpministers
ministers 1Iten and lilt not operate ope t to pre prevent pftvnt pfOvent ¬
vent the oonMimumtlon con utn tfttlon of any n of the theobjects tlteobJlft1l theobieeta
objects laid down In Secretary Sec tal1tJ tal1tJIdentic haysIdentic Hays Haysidentic
identic note The Th department Is I abso absolutely abloIUlelr absolutely ¬
lutely satisfied that III attitude ttltud was waalierfectly wulrCectly wasperfectly
perfectly correct cor t anti that even Euro European Eurolan Euroson ¬
lan son critics will in time admit that thatfact thatfct thatfact
fact
MEDIATION IS DNOUOH DNOUOHSecretary JDNOUOtJSecretalT DNOUGIISecreutry
Secretary Hays decision to decline declinethe decJlnethe declinethe
the last Chinese Chine proposition was 8 based basedupon lJuedupon basedupon
upon hl hie determination to adhere strict strictly strictly trlctI ¬
ly I to the conditions laid down In the re r0ply reply reply ¬
ply to the Chinese Chin emperors appeal The Thestste Tbettl Thestate
state department required that the ministers min mlnisters minte
isters te at t Pkln be put In communica communication communlrtlon ¬
tlon with their governments and nd the themost tbemOlt themost
most significant condition of all the theChinese UleChine theChinese
Chinese authorities cooperate with th threlief the therellet therelief
relief expedition for the th liberation of ofthe ofth ofthe
the th legations Until these the two things thingsare tllln1are
are done the state department abso absolutely abtoIUlel ahiotutely ¬
lutely refuses reCu to be led Into any IIY ar arrangement arranpment arrangement ¬
rangement looking lookln to the mitigation of ofthe otthe ofthe
the punishment of the Chinese govern government roverllmnt governwent ¬
went such u the abandonment of expedltlri ez eztedltlri x xJttdltlr
tedltlri to Pekin PekinIt
It Is I not known at present just how howthis howtltl howthis
this last proposition reached the tb state ststedepartment llatedepartmllt statedepartment
department It Is Inferred that tMtlt It came camefrom camefrom amefrom
from several 1 sources but ut all are be believed bttUeved beIJeved ¬
lieved to be traceable to LI Hung HungCluing lIunrCWlg stungChang
Cluing CluingCONFIDENCE CWlgCO ChangCONFIDENCE
CONFIDENCE CO lDlDNCE IN OOODNOW OOODNOWMr
Mr l Ooodnow who is I consul conlll general generalat
at shanghai eleanghei Is the nearest nelre t Unitedgtateeot United UnitedStates UnitedBtatolflcl1
gtateeot States Btatolflcl1 official dal to 11 and baa acquitted acquittedhimself acquittedhlllllelf acquittedhimself
himself so well up to this point that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the state department does not healtate healtateto bealttto
to make free use of him as a diplomatic diplomaticagent dlplomtlcetlt diplomaticagent
agent etlt Therefore It may be interestlnfor Interesting Interestingfor
for the foreign contingent at Shanghai Shanghaiwho Shanhawho
who have complained against aJnt Mr MrGoodnows MrGoodnows r rOoodnow
Goodnows Intercourse with LI Hung HungCheng lIuo lIuoChenl HungChang
Chang to know that the consul conulseneral conulseneralII general generalIs
Is acting In strict accordance with the theInstructions thelnetructlon theInstructions
Instructions Instructions of the state department departmentSecretary dfplrtmntBtcretat departmentSecretary
Secretary Hay has cabled him to put pUIhllllllfiC puthimself puthimself
himself In communication with Earl EarlLl BarlJI EarlLI
Ll and to avail u far as possible of ofthat ottllat ofthat
that Chinese officials Influence In seeming seem securing ecurIn ¬
ing In the objects plainly stated In the theIdentic tb tbIdntlc theIdentic
Identic note It does not follow that thatthe thtthe thatthe
the United States StI Is bound to accept acceptwithout a acceptwithout pt ptwithout
without question any statement made madeby madeby madeby
by U
A MATCH FOR EARL LI IdMr LIMr ITIr
Mr Ir Good Ooodno now is a shrewd man and andthe andthe nd ndthe
the department of state tat feels Itself able ableusing ableusing ble bleualn
using ualn him as an n Intermediary to give giveproper Jlvproper givefrom
proper weight to anything coming comln from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the viceroy In so doing the hecoming hecomingepart depart department IepartIfttnt epart epartment ¬
ment Is I carrying out Its It policy lIc of making mak making mteInr ¬
ing all proper proP use of any Instrumentalli Instrumentallities
ties within Its reach to achieve Us will willdenned wllldefilled weltdefined
denned objects and It U I not to be de deterred deterrecl deterred ¬
terred from so doing by b any criticisms criticismsthat erltlclmtllt
that It Is I thereby disturbing the solid solidarity IOlidrlt solidarity ¬
arity rlt of the th powers In their dealings dealingswith deaUnpwith dealingswith
with the Chinese government
work last night said 11 today too that they theywould thtrwould theywould
would go back to work again l ill If the themen themln themen
men did not all n come > I out The pros prospects JlIOIpeota prospects ¬
pects are however that all the men menwill menwill menwill
will quit because th the strikers have the thesympathies th thImpathl thesympathies
sympathies of all the cltlaens and mer merchants merhnt merchant ¬
chants < hnt here lvi and financial assistance aMtotanchas a assistancebse letanct letancth
has h been offered them to help them themcarry tbemc themcarry
carry c the tII strike to a successful Issue IssuePotters 11IIUfPuttrt issuePosters
Potters setting forth the position ef the thestriking th thtrtklng hestriking
striking men have been t > en printed and andm andeent lId lIdIM
m eent > nt to neighboring town and to all allmining allrnlnlng allmining
mining town In the western country countryThtp
Thtp rh s potters exhort miners ie kilt keepaway ksepawuy kilta
away a from Eureka If they are In search searojiof searchof 1 1ot
of employment Another meeting Wll Wllbe iyfllt I II
I be held by the men tonight
1j 1jI 1jMINISTER I f
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MINISTER CONGER AND THE LATEST PICTURE BF p THE THEAMERICAN THEAMERICAN THEAMERICAN
AMERICAN LEGATION FROM WHICH HE FLED FLEDA FLSD FLSDAAA
AAA A A A A AA A A A A A A A A AA A A A A A A AAA A
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MOO MURDERS A NEGRESS NEGRESSDieUrdly UEORESSdly NEGRESSDaetdiy
DieUrdly dly Crime by the Oitardwly Element in inNtw if ifNw ishew
hew Orlnm Dfleanifry Orlnmcit 1 1II
fry cit II l Is quieting DuvtnNosEroeN Info iCMCOIIIHnU JIHlth Infoby
h by lIulIlrrd OIIIHnU OIIIHnUIn t 11111 11111In uIUIse
In Control Controlrvew Controltiw Cunirolriaw
rvew Urteens Ur OvwalnL4 La Julr TThe ITTblbre ilrThs ittaa ittaaUna It n nUnO
Una her here this la m tisornlng l 11lI fwoMw uO 4W 4Wled ttfr ttfratid
atid led tI It Is I n new w lWevtd that except t tor forSome torIOme torsome
Some isolated cases of disorder the au authorities authorltles u utbmU1 ¬
thorities have the lawless Iawl forces well wellIn wellIn wellin
In hand The night passed with Uh com comparative complUU1 cornparative ¬
parative absence of violence except for forthe forthe forthe
the atrocious murder of Hannah Ms Msbry Mabry I Ibry
bry an old negresa at t liar h home Ollle at atU at10is t
U 118 Rosseau street A mob went to toher toher toher
her house at 1 oclock this morning ostensibly os ostensibly oatIIlbly ¬
tensibly to catch a coup couple of desperate desperatenegroes detperatnrote desperatenegroes
negroes who were said 14 t td < reside there thereIn
In the house were Hannah her ttyear ttyearold ay r rold
old husband a eon e < < I and an Infant child childThe childThe childThe
The mob broke Into the hou house e and 4 shot shotthe abottbe shotthe
the woman who died on her way a to the thehospital ththOl1ItI thehoWatat
hospital Her son claims that he rte recognised rteoplae4 rocogniaed ¬
ognised to of the murderers and gave gavetheir Ivethlr gavetheir
their names to the policeThere police policeThere policeThere
There were disturbances reported this thlamorning thlmornln thismorning
morning from various parts of the city cityTh cityTIt cityThe
Th special police have made a large largenumber witnllmber largenumber
number of arrests arrestsThe antIThe arrestsThe
The city has been full of rumors et etthe orthe ofthe
the capture of Charles the desperado desperadowho d o owho
who slew III Lamb and Day and wounded woundedMora wouradedMora woundedMon
Mora but he h has not yet been appre apprehended appsherded P Pbillded ¬
herded hendedMayor billdedIor herdedMayor
Mayor Cairfevlelle remained In bin binoffice billolllee hisodlce
office throughout the night ht and said at atdaybreak aldbk atdaybreak
daybreak that the situation had very veryranch veryIDI verymouth
ranch IDI improved improvedSeveral Improvtll1raJ improvedSeveral
Several hundred negroes have left the thecity Uticlt thecity
city clt
cityThe The negro killed by b the mob on onWednesday onWe4na onWednesday
Wednesday night on Vllller street was wasIdentified wa waIdentified w wIdlItln
Identified today as August Thomas a a la lajrudge laborer Isborer
borer borerJudt borerJudge
jrudge Judge llaker today delivered a strong strongcharge strongcharge trongcharle
charge to the Jury on the riot The Jury Juryla
la I now Investigating InItl < < Un the disorder and sndmany andmn andmany
called calledThis calledTill calledTAIs
many mn witnesses have been
This afternoon the city war u quiet quietIwls qultloPwl quietIwls
Iwls Taylor one of the tb negroes shot shoton hoton
on Wednesday MnI4 night during the riot riotdied riotdlec riotdied
died today todayHnlitKtntliiK tod todHtJllI todayRalnstnting
HnlitKtntliiK HtJllI tntlll 1ronuli Gonnrnls OnnnrnlsPew GonnrnlsNew Oonornlew
New ew York July Jul nA 17 A epeclal to the theTimes theTimet theTimes
Times from Psrls says III It is highly highlyprobable hlrhlrprobbl highlyprobable
probable that several generals who whowere wbowre whowere
were put on the retired tlred list by b former formerMinister formerMlntter formerMinister
Minister of War De Galltfet after the theDreyfus theDreytul theDnrfue
Dreyfus trial will shortly bortl be reinstated reinstatedIn relnttIn
In tae tll army armyGenerals armyOenerall armyGenerals
Generals De Negrler and Xurllnden Xurllndenwilt
wilt both probably receive command of ofarmy ofArmr ofarmy
army corps corpsThis t4rpThll CorpThis
This further proof of the jovernmenta covefllmntsoonellltorr rovernme jovernmentaconciliatory tts ttsoonelllatory
conciliatory policy would be favorably favorablyreceived tavorablyrIOItIvetl favorablynosived
received by If public opinion opinion1owon opinionIaweN
1owon Trlnl Continues ContinnpsGeorgetown ContinuesGeorgetown COlltillurGeorgetown
Georgetown Ky Jt July Jul 17 rrThe The first firstwitness lItwlUI firstwitness
witness wlUI I In the Powers trial was Judge JudgeJames JudgeJam JudgeJames
James Jam D Black of BarboursYHle Ilarboura ltle who whowas whow whowas
was w a candidate for the U Democratic Democraticnomination Democraticpomll4t1on Democraticnomination
nomination for governor before the re recent reocent ncent ¬
cent State convention He testified lHtlnedto as asto asto
to the tb letter which Powers wrote James JamesStevens JamNSteven JameStevens
Stevens of lUrbounvllle Feb 20th the thestatement tbetattmtnt thestatement
statement I am largely responsible responsiblefor repombtor
for the u disorganised condition of the theDemocrats theDemocrt theDemocrats
Democrats and nd I am III an open advo advocat advocate advoeta
cat of war were usedPrivate used usedPrivate usedIrIvt
Private Dudley Williamson who was wasa wutember
a member of the military company companywhich tompanywblch companywhich
which took charge of the State house houaeImmediately houlltImmtcSlltI houseimmedleteiy
Immediately after Goebel was shot tea teallfied te tetlfted teetiAed
llfied that the members of the company companywere
were drawn up In the Ih antnal 1 that thatmorning thtmornlll thatmorning
morning < < prior to the shooting Witness Witnesssaid Wltn Wltnaald Wltneusaid
said that the company had been kept keptinside kptIDllIIe keptInside
inside the arsenal af fn1 after the legislature legislaturemet
met but previous to that day had not notbeen notbeen notbeen
been uniformed uniformedD
D H Sinclair former manager of the thepostal thepNl1 thepostal
postal telegraph nice at Frankfort Frankforttestlned Frank fort fOftttl forttestified
testified ttl I4 as a to many telegrams sent sentthrough MIltthroulI antthrough
through his offlce before and after the theshooting ttt tttIhootln theahooting
shooting Some related to oalllng out outthe outthe outthe
the militia others to supplies for the themountaineer tb tbmoulltalneen themountalreen
mountaineer who Game to Frankfort Frankfortbefore Frankrortbefore lrankfortbefore
before the tb nhoetlnir nhoetlnirGeorge shauagGeorge botawGlCIfge
George Weaver of Denver Oato wasthe was wasthe WIllthe
the next wltnws He lIeWII waa In Rr rank Krankfort ranktort nk nkfart
fort at the time of the th asutsjlnatlon asutsjlnatlonarid
arid a was 11 just entering th the rear of the thenpiul thepCt thelapltal
npiul pCt 1 ground when the th shot tired
TVVYYY TTYI TTYIThe
The witness looked In the direction of ofthe otthe ofthe
the executive building and nd saw the themuisle th thmu themuasl
muisle mu of a gun un pointing from the sec secretary leertAl eecretary ¬
retary rtAl of mates offlce Witness said aidhe saidhe Id Idh
he h thought be saw the tb hand lewd d of a man manaoltllng mantoldl
folding aoltllng toldl ng the gun un Witness Wit Dad ad never neverbeen nnerbetn neverbeen
been In Frankfort before ror t that at day d and andleft aftd1ett andleft
left that afternoon afternoonOn
On O crossexamination crouexml aUon witness I MeII said ad he hewas h hutlve
war was a native of London Ky and 114 went wentjlo WentTo
jlo 0 Colorado In 1171 be wee w a barber blr et un until 1111UI untit ¬
tit last fall and since then U has been beennployed beet beeshnployed
> nployed t by the Woodmen Woo the ten of the thenyorlda
nyorlda 1 orld a fraternal organisation organhsatlonWaver organisationWeaver or nlsltlon nlsltlonv
Weaver v could not remember 1 ItN about aboutthe a1 aboutthe out outUie
the weather on the tll day of the th shooting shootingand abooilntand ID IDaM
and ce could id not give a good amount ttt of ofhis oflnIWIIMftu ofItM
his movements In Frankfort banktort11eAtsT FrankfortWANT Jrankforlr
r
WANT W 1 < mow < IMM0 IMM0Doinnuratlu I1JhOtHOlloorotlo UtlOOrIamuourntlo >
Doinnuratlu ManiiKciH Klgurlufe to toSecure toSeouro toSecure
Secure Gold Dmnocmtlit hauumot nlie CiiNh CiiNhNew CI1I1I1New CoshNew
New York July nThe Herald say saySurprise 1J1IjlurlIiH saysAurprse
Surprise was expressed by sound soundmoney IOttttdmoney soundmoney
money Democrats yesterday over r thenews the thenewe thenell1
news from Indianspolls that the thelCOid thelCOidDemocratic Hold HoldDemocratic goldDemocratic
Democratic national committee still had hadh08O hadL
1 h08O L 1000 In the treasury left over from fromthe fromthe frontthe
the campaign of 1 11tS This is I almost almostunexampled a1mOltxampJe4 almostunexampled
unexampled xampJe4 in the history of political politicalcom polltlcllcommIMM politicalcornmkleea
com commIMM witless It was known that the thebusiness thebusiness
business men 1111 of New York literally literallypoured IIIrall IIIrallpoured literallypoured
poured money y Into the gold Democrat DemocUeorUon Demoeratleorgsnlaat4n l lorganlsfttton
organlsfttton but It Wall thought that thatall th thatall t
all 11 tin Money had been en spent This be belief belilt beIlet ¬
lilt WMibased waeb sed d on repeated and insistent insistentdemands Inlltentdetll8Me insistentdetaasde
demands for more money mon which weremare were weremads Wlf Wlfm
mare m ty it leaders ad of the th sound i und money moneymovMteftt moDeYIn moneymonsneat
movMteftt In certain w western weste States Stat on onCorMUuS onN onCsaaik
CorMUuS + e N miss II treasurer of the Republiesn Re RepubHoan ReIbMea
pubHoan national committee and on onapneate onaJIIIN onappeat
apneate aJIIIN made d late In October by th th1a1 theIaimerand the thePainter
Iaimerand Painter 1a1 and Buckner Democrats Dt > moaratl of ofChtosgaea otCp ofChlssge
Chtosgaea ea Senator ntor Hanna HannaThe lIannT HannaTb
The T Wttement hat been made d thatthe that thatthe thatthe
the iiiesgy teiern y the gold Democrats received receivedfar
far their campaign wall a furnished by bythe byIe bythe
the Ie Kcpstbllran leall manager This was U de denied den denled ¬
nied n yesterday and It was wa said that thatm tllattn4N thatmeet
meet m of Ute funds were raised through throughtlie
alt tlie instrumentality of the tat Roe Roswsll ROII Roewell
well I P illower who of all 11 tbe sound soundmoney IenIntltt10 soundmoney
money tt10 ty men In the East emerged from fromUM fromMI fromthe
UM MI cannsUgn with lth the th mot credit creditDimaaratlc creditDelMcwatic creditDearatlc
Dimaaratlc manager In the St StJamea StJame StJames
James building bUlldl are Ir rxr ex < < dlngly dln ly desirous deslrouotlsMUng dplrouear desirousefbMing
otlsMUng ar u1I < < powcMilon of the O00 11I01 008 Stale BtatGMtrmem IHalJlrank StaleCitwittn
GMtrmem Frank Campbell could make makeRMd makefJIMNI makemined
mined us W of < ft t and I In < n Wagner an annouaaad ana annsuuesdlast
nouaaad nsuuesdlast a tot night that he was think thinking UtIDklag thinklug ¬
lag afiWMfw a train for Indianapolis Indianapolisto
to try t1 ee Kt the funds fun out of thekaak tII tIIak the thebank
bank ak tJhe J e State committee has not tbe tbeJMsfi theae
JMsfi ae in daeMht < teht ht unless unl > U I can n get this thisHWnejVwlrteh tbllfMo thismeneyytwddeh
HWnejVwlrteh fMo Mr Ir HaMfman IR pman of Louts LoutsViH LouliMeJIIeWId Louisis
ViH iMeJIIeWId is mead In Indianapolis on Wed WednSa Wed1MtIkbe Wedtedeypsbe
1MtIkbe nSa > Vbe lOt nt to Devld t > tvld B Illlltllnorulting Hill Hilltlio nllItnorultillJ
ItnorultillJ tho MnHuo Corp CorpM Corlloido CorpsOhtou
oido M lnly 2 27col Cui F H Barring Barrington Hrrt HrrtIn
ton In siieirfM of f the marine corps COI II re reomMlRv reo reoontw reoridgngeaee
oridgngeaee omMlRv sHee In thl city dt sent lIt twenty twentyMtHMod tWlllyIIAINWII twentyseven
seven MtHMod men 1111 to Washington but buti lastwmtlagi altf1PIIrt
wmtlagi i report for duty st t the bead beadhi1 hea4at headqunrtessf
qunrtessf at tht hi1 service serviceeantwiavnt serviceT 1rlclT
T t eantwiavnt nt sent away a yesterday yesterdaybrins yesterdaybsiusa terda1 terda1tart
brins tart WH total number of recruits an antoJSK upt
toJSK 10 t mwMnce nl the th work was w begun beguntaw betruItIIIfI begunless
taw thafffwo months ago agoCatena 8g0OeIoael agoDaionel
Catena Harrington said M that ins insmm l lIJIoIII therwaa
mm niuasntlng < < theme thlmh Ivei were tarUte tarahve tar farabove
above Ute Average and In < 1 appeared aPPt to be beanxious beanxtouetltJola beanxious
anxious anxtouetltJola ttjotn the wrvu regardless 9 of oftbo ofUetltaUlln oftkeatallon
UetltaUlln tbo fttfltion to which they tho may be as assigned uItJtRed a astoed ¬
signed Several additional nal recruit WreWerday weres were wereocospted
s ocospted yesterday ywt rday and an fast as a they tbeywot theyweeea tt1 tt1IIIOIIftd
wot roost IIIOIIftd vod the they were > rr cent nl to Wash Washlagten WuItror Washlalgen
lagten for forddlling drilling and nl uniforms Among Amongthose Amonglimes naOitl naOitlU
those U who have pre pr presented nu nted > d themselves tbemsslvesare Imllll Imllllre
are re many who served during the Span SpanishAmerican IJiafth alastalt ¬
ishAmerican talt h mwkah war warIntnl wrl warPntal
Intnl l Itnllwnr Colllnliin ColllnliinMellevlUo ColllelnnHe ollhlullBel
MellevlUo Bel ivhll Out July ITTwo 27 Two pasen psssnger pasenger n nr
ger r tralM on the strand Trunk collided collidedyeaiorday colll4edy collidedymtanday
yeaiorday y on a rune lout of Madoc MadocJunction KadocJu MadocJusottonThe
Junction Ju JusottonThe oUon The engines were ere desBollobed desBollobedand 0114 011411M
and two oars telcaco teieacaged > IIt il Two of the tbetrainmen thetNlaea thetrahamea
trainmen wore killed kill ari an1 < l nva tI persons personswere JllNOIIere personwen
were ere Injured The klllH klllHHiurlnear klllsdlNudneer Id 1111 1111IIft
Hiurlnear IIft < < InMl Archie Edmunds of Und Undsay LI Liudsay
say 18 scalded IW to death deathArakoman dathnkamatl deathAnkemen
Arakoman Samuel Hurl DllleIWllh Dellevtlhe1Vilh Dellevtlle DellevtlleAVIIIi
AVIIIi TmiiMitlantlu IlnorK LhiereNew IlnorKNew 1llIorNew
New York erk July IT I Arrived Island Islandfrom lllaadirvm Islandfrom
from Copenhagen Imrlola ata and Kaiser KalterFrederick KalaerFrederlafrom KaiserFrederick
Frederick Frederlafrom from Hamburg Grosser GrosserKurfurst OlQlHrXurturtt GrosserRurturst
Kurfurst from Bremen BremenClinrgo BremenCharge n nOhnrac
Charge In the Jester Onao OnaoSt
St Ixiutn July I7A special I ta the thePe thtPeet thePest
Pe Pest t Disnatoh from N Nt s laden 4JJ4eRthat Mo Stesays MoBays
Bays that the court In the trial of ofAlaxftndar orJxandll ofUuander
Alaxftndar Jester oharged with the tbemurder themurd themurder
murder murd of COal date tod todlu > charged the theJury thejurY thejury
Jury The Jury was Initnwt InatnMtcd d that Us Usmernbora Itamemb liemembore
mernbora memb ra art 11 the i noba le judgfa U41 l of theevldanee the theevldvnoa t tevldtnoe
evldvnoa and the or orl4ll1l1tU orodlblgty dbllty of wit witneM witn witneseea
neM neseea n aand and that where hIt a person chantedwith chanted chatltedwlth harg harglthfrime
with lthfrime cnme fNme brew jail end ad Intrationally IntnUon1lyf
f
escapes II PI from h m the officers to avoid vold trlasuch trial trl1ucl trialsuch
such ucl escape cpe In the absence of qualifying quallfytnucircumsttpces qualifyingclrcumstancea quallfylllilclrculMt
clrcumstancea clrculMt raises rat a presumption ol olguilt oCruUt ofguilt
guilt TIM defense had admitted that thatJester th thJlIItfr thatJester
Jester broke out of the Mexico jail jailThe jaJlTh JailThe
The Th court further Instructed the jury jurythat jurtht jurythat
that unless IInl they find from the evidence evidencein
in the case that Gilbert W Gates II lidead IIdead Iidead
dead and that he came to his hi death deaththrough dealhtllrourh deaththrough
through the criminology of some per person perlIOn perlion ¬
lIOn and that that person Is the tb defondant de defendant defendant ¬
fendant and Ih that the lh defendant mur murdered murdend murdered ¬
dered Gilbert W Gates Oat In the manner mannerand manotnd mannerand
and nd by the means charged chall In some somewunt somemunt I IMunt
Munt of t tile e Indictment the th jury should shouldacquit shouldacquit bouldacquit
acquit the tb defendant defendantTone defendantSennttlr ndant ndantS
Sennttlr S < < IIRt r Tone J Iti Now w York YorkNew YorkNew YorkNew
New York July 27 27Inator Senator James Jam K KJones KJone KJones
Jones chairman of the national Demo Democratic Democrtlc Democratle ¬
cratic committee reached the city clt thimorning this tblmorIJII thismorning
morning Mont Washington and went di direct 4 4teet direel ¬
reel to tbe Hoffman house He II said aaldthat ealdtltt saidthat
that the U Democratic J > State committee committeewoald committeewoald committeewould
woald m manage stage e the campaign In New NewYork Ne NeTork NewYork
York State tat until It might be deemed deemedneoensary deemedto deemednecessary
necessary to establish national head headquarters headqUlUttllL headquarters
quarters He will remain here five fivedays av avda Aveday
days da
JlrhljCllIJ Oljmplo 111I111 Gamed GamedPhiladelphia niIIl11lIPhIlM GallmtoaPhUaddphia
Philadelphia PhIlM elphl July r Arrangements nArranemntahay Arrangementshave
have beset practically completed for forbringing forbrtnrlnl forbringing
bringing the Olympic game mea emblematic emblematicof
of the world championship to Frank Franklin FrankIn ¬
lin field the Ih Inlverslty 11nl venit of Pennsylvan Pennsylvanias ¬
ias I athetic tbJ Uc ground In the summer of oflutd
1804 1804When
When plant n for reviving these tb ancient ancientsport anlentIJIIt ancientspurts
sport were er decided upon It was w agreed agreedto rttd rttdt1
to bold the fir first it series at Athens In the theold theold theold
old arena where the Greeks UrN bad con contested contted contented ¬
tested fur atheletlc supremacy oentur oenturW oenturaco
W lee ago It uu there In ISM 1 11 that thatPrinceton thatJ thatPrinceton
Princeton J > rlnCf > loa and Harvard surprised the theEuropean theIuru theEuropean
European Iuru ean world by the hl progress of ofAmerican ofAmerican ofAmerican
American athletes on the th track and andHeld andfttld andfield
Held HeldIt
It was w agreed 11ft by the committee In Incharge Inchrt hicharge
charge that the sports lIrllt should be held heldevery beldfVfrr heldevery
every four yen yeara that they should go goto 0 0ro oto
to Parts In 100 1 > > 00 that England should shouldhave houldhavt hound houndhave
have then th In 1004 and America In IMi IMiIn 1801ft 1000Its
In ft some little correspondence the theInlverslty thetnlvlralt theInlvenity
Inlverslty of Pennoylvanla > f > athletic au authorities auIhoritles u utborltlfa ¬
thorities had with lth the promoters of ofsports ofIPDrts ofspore
sports In England before Pennsylvan Pennsylvanias ¬
Its team started abroad this year ear It Itwas IttoGDd itwar
was found that Britishers were not notparticularly notpltllutatr notpartkulayly
particularly desirous of having the thegames theI thegames
games I In ItcH and with lth a little di diplomacy dllomKY diplomacy ¬
plomacy the have been Induced to give giveway rlvto giveway
way to America AmericaKiuv AmericaSAW AmericaSntm
SAW the llioSt JfIllJ Itnrleriuin Itnrleriuinat a < 1 III II IIIt
St Petersburg July 17 17T1I The cur and andcsarina andearina Dd DdIt
csarina It received tbe Rev Dr T Dewitt DewlttTabnage DewittT DewittTalmage
Tabnage T today tod at the Peterhof palace palaceMore palcIOt palacellot0
More IOt Islmid Imm Srwln SrwlnMadrid SpMIIIMadrid itaitiMadrid
Madrid July 27 nThe The cabinet Is I con considering conliertq conz ¬
sidering the he proposition of the V tt 8 8govei Sgoveonment
govei goveonment t > tment im m for the cession of tbe Is Islands I la lalands ¬
lands 41 of Slbutu and Cagayen In con considers conderation consideration ¬
deration siders tlon of an Indemnity of liooooo lioooooThe 100000TII 100400The
The TII ministry regards the proposition propositionfavorably propoIUonIarably proposltiontavorabiy
favorably and negotiations for a treaty treatyf treatyefgcord
Ofaccord f axcord between the th two governments governmentsto
fi to proceeding rapidly rapidlyllinvnlliui rapldl1I1IwRII1I rapidlyllnwitlInn
llinvnlliui Hallway Mall Heriluo HeriluoWashington SenlcoWuhlnrton eerrieoWashington
Washington July 17 t7Tlle The postomce postomcedepartment poatOIllC4Jtlpartmnt poetodladepartment
department has announced the estab establishment llltablIahmnt establlahment ¬
lishment of the th first railway mall ser serrlce orrice r rTlll
rlce In n Hawaii Ha 11 The line rune around aroundthe roundthe
the Island of Oahu carrying the malls mallsbetween milletween meliibetween
between Honolulu and nd Kohuku via viaAleak via4leakPearl Ia Ia4le1tk
4leakPearl Aleak Pearl City Clt Walpahu Honoullull Honoullullffalanae Honoullullj HonoullaliWalana
ffalanae 1f a sad d Waluanva wahla a distance of ofseventytwo Oft of ofpeysntytwo
seventytwo t two mMeS ram way Nay l MaiM sll art artcarried arecarried
carried r sin almhtlm times lIm s a week w or as much of oftener oftener of4ener
tener tener as trains may ma ran The service servicetegan servicemegsn lee leePIt
tegan PIt June 14 14All UAll 14All
All Mlsloimrlcs 1I Mmilenxl MtirderaLToronto MmilenxlToronto hlllleCiIToreto
Toronto Ont July Jul r n1be The China In Inland lalallll Inland ¬
land mission 1011 received the following followingcablegram tollowlncabltram followingcablegram
cablegram from Shanghai this morn mornIng IDOmIn morning
Ing In
AU missionaries llIlonari murdered murd In IaeTint Pile PileTIDr Pa PaTim
Tint FuThe Fu FuThe 1IuThto
The China < Inland mission has two twomissionaries twolSIonarili twomissionaries
missionaries stationed at Pao Ting In Intbe Intilt inthe
tilt province of Chi C LI which Is just justbout jutat justabout
bout at the same me distance from Pekln rklnII as asU uIs
U Ilea Tan but further Inland These Thesemissionaries Tbe Tbemllaloaarlea ThesemlesionarIes
missionaries Mr and nd Mrs > > 11 Bagnall and andtheir andthetr andtheir
their three children chlld D have undoubtedly undoubtedlypartsbed undoubte4lpe undoubtedlyltroto
partsbed pe d
Drmo Off Itolibers ItuhheraXaasu ItolibersKansas Huhllerllxa
Kansas xa City July JDI IT ITA A Star special specialfrom IIICIalRlchmolld specialtyom
from Richmond Kan says saysCttlaens saysCltlana rl rlctt
Cttlaens ctt at t midnight last night en engaged enJell enpjed ¬
gaged Jell In a street fight with a gang of ofrobbers orrotibt ofrobbers
robbers who ho had attempted to rob the thebank III IIIbUIJr thebank
bank of Richmond Several shots were wereexchanged w wrbullI wereechan
exchanged echan rbullI and It Is thought one rob robber robr robher ¬
her r was wounded Bloodhounds have havebeen bnebeetI havebeenput
been beenput not on their trail Tbe robbers robbershad robbeillha4 robbershad
had blown blo the safe door Into the street streetand electsad
and d the noise nol of th the explosion brought broughta
a crowd crow < < to U the scene No money mone Hah HahPolltlolnno w wOOIW wassecured
secured
Polltlolnno Ilnid PlnadPltisburg 111111I1Plttburl IlnidPlttaburg
Plttaburg Pa July 17 57Val Val Rmmel RentmelSocialist RmmelSocialist RemmelBoct11
Socialist Labor candidate for the vice vicepresidency vtcepr viceprsaidacy
presidency pr 1dcy Paul finger of Cleveland Clevelanda ClteludIonal
a congressional Ional candidate of the same sameparry MIDPIII17 sameand
parry and Wm hi G Cowan a candidate candidatefor lUdaItor
for tbt tll aie legislature were arrested last lastnight Itallbt lastnight
night for disregarding the th police regu regulations reIlaUoa regulotions ¬
lotions which hlch require that prior notice noticeof noticeoIltreet
of oIltreet street meetings shall be given to the thepottoe tb tbpoUoe thepolio
polio and permits issued ueeI for the same apseJudge sameJudge n nJ1aQe
Judge McGarr today fined them MS aucoat MSand 35 35cud
and costs The tine wore w paid and the theprisoners tbepriIIOIttrI theprboaen
prisoners releasedYellow released releasedYellow releled1ato
Yellow Peter In Culm CulmWashington CnIHWullll8tOIl CuhmtWashington
Washington July n nIUIflOIi Surgeon GmaWyman OeD OenWymaa OeDW1maa
Wymaa has received the following followl dis dispatch dllpatda di dipatch ¬
patch from Surgeon Gen Glennon at atHavana atHnvaaa t t1Ia
Havana 1Ia relative to yellow fever among amongtbe amongthe moqU
the U trooos in Cuba CubaHavana Cubauu CubaJuly
Havana uu July Jul M 26Wyman Wyman Wasblngtwst Wasblng WuhlDIIi Wuhlaghurtllgee
hurtllgee twst Hav IIi been II In communication With wltbmilitary WithaaJlttur wl wlmilitary
military authorities regarding NOan first regl reglSM 11IIe regimt
mt SM e + HaY been eleven deaths dthlt dthltJIIIer at atPtaor atllhsr
Ptaor del 4 Rio eight I < < ht vases cal and eleven elevenaverts elv elvDOW elevenstplgsrts
averts now under observation Dls Dlssaas 1 Disesa > 1 1ebtAlMd
saas obtained 1 headway before differen differentiation dUfernTNop differemttatlos ¬
tiation Troop moved out to camp mp for forober forAll forobanatea
obanatea ober tteai All baggage and nd equip equipment equipmeat equipmeet ¬
meat will 11 be disinfected labelled and andsealed andbr andsealed
sealed by m before tor being beln < < placed upon upontransport UPOIltNnapct upontrnspor0a
transport GLBNNON GLBNNONHavana GLENNONItanOL
Havana 1 July MWyman Washing Washingtoa WIIIIIItOLn Washingtoo0i
tOLn toa On account of general prevalence prevalenceat p 1enc 1encof
of yellew llew fever In Havana I am amqulrtn re renulring is isqulrint
nulring disinfection of all baggage leer leaving Ie IeIDtr leerlag ¬
lag this city ell for the States Affairs run running Ill Illn runnitg ¬
ning n smoothly mOGUIl Have arranged with wltbmlMtiry wlUlmSlftl withmilitary
military mSlftl authorities to deliver bulk of ofpfectt otfICta ofects
pfectt fICta of first regiment In advance fordMnfectboa for fordWnfectlon fOfdlllnf
dWnfectlon dlllnf tlo and storage tor Art Articles Idee for fort14 forMld
1114 use to be dlalnfected Immediately Immediatelyprior Immdlatlprior
prior to embarkation Bight ht companies companiesmoved companiesmoved IImrllll IImrllllmoved
moved U > camp on Ztnd One case f dfTlopt4 dedoped de dereloped
doped Mth th Case 8H also reported reportedkmang rpporttldm reportedamemig
kmang m troop troo of Mntsnus Have notl notlRed noUled noti5ed
Red nreeon nr Oullenw QUi GLENNONinvostlgntIUy GLKNNON GLKNNONTroulilo GLNNONhOltl
hOltl invostlgntIUy tUIII Trouble Trolhlo Iu II Montana MnutannHdsta MontanaHelena Iolltlnn IolltlnnHI
Helena HI Mont Mot July Jul rTskagl Jar Jarineoe Japanese ar aran
ineoe an vice t consul CDul at t Tacoma Is I her IIf to toInvestigate tl tlIntlrat toInvestigate
Investigate the UI recent I > ent nt trouble trbll between betweenIhe btn btnth
the th Japanese J and aa the whites whit along Ilon < the tlielias thelour ll llJ
lour J of o the Northern Nolerll Pacific acIAc and ad the tbeUaatana th theMantas
Mantas 1 Central 01 In which the th Japan JapanM JpallWf
see M wet Wf onrtiloyed tf as section HU hands handsfev hnd handsOev
fev 01 Smith ilo assured 19 him he h would ex extrad IX IXtfD extad
tad protection and would iUlt rvttimrrcnJ rvttimrrcnJto
tfD Pet rllmcnt
to the theskedas sheriffs rll of the dltfrent dlrT dlrpllt > terit counties cvuntirathat countiesthat < untl untlt
t that ttayMfe UI they air that La further i tcrrorlslagof INrlllli INrllllio rr riinij riinijif
if o the Japan JlP be b punched punl hlo Mt MtrsJnw MrrTahnfll h ha11
rTahnfll rsJnw a11 JltIA left Wtifl paJsined d that tL th thj t thre hro vw wauNJ wauNJbe
be be j no repetition rpetIon of th the Nf parserutlen uten
28000 TROOPS ARE ARENOW ARENOW
NOW AT lIEN TSIN TSINNot
Not Enough to Proceed ProceedUnied ProceedUnited United Slates SlatesAnxious States StatesAnxious SlatesAnxious
Anxious for the AthanceAloneChinese Advance Advancclole AdvanccloleChinese More MoreChinese
Chinese Outrages
Washington ID July Jul IT rA nA A special pal abl cablnet ablDlt ablnet
net mooting war held 1le In II Secretary SecretaryHaye Srtar SrtarHa SecretaryHays
Hays Ha otto o at t 11 1 oclock OOlo this morning morningTh moml momlTh
Th teeretair M of slate tt freeh b from hla hlaperaonal hi hiplnttrcul hiepersonal
personal plnttrcul intercourse with wltl the President Pmldentwaa Pldent Pldentwu
war In a position pltol to advise 4v his hi col colleaiuee colIarue colleagues
leagues of the U admlnltrU admlnlatratkma purpose purpoeeand pure pureand purposeand
and the whole Chinese Chill situation Itutlon war waadlacuMed wald wardiscussed
discussed dlacuMedHealdea d discussedHeildes
IluH
Healdea Helld Secretary lrtary Hay na there were wereprettnt wereprelnt werepresent
present prelnt Secretary lltary Gage 0 Postmaster PoatmaaterOen
Gen Smirk and nd Secretary Root not When Whenthe Wilenthe Whenthe
the cabinet cabL conference eontereDc adjourned adurd It Itwa Itwa itwas
wa stated that no further definite definiteplana definie definieplanl definiteplans
plans concerning lDCrllln the tl action acton of this thlagovernment thllovrnmtt thisgovernment
government ovrnmtt had be bD been n prepared The Themeeting Te TemeUn Themeeting
meeting was a a general interchange rep Intrl of ofoplnloni oropinion ofopinions
opinion and lId views vlewaSecretary Yle Ylerta viewsSecretary
Secretary rta Hay la laid ld before Ifort the th memo mcraberi memobre memben
ben bre the latest 1tt Information he baa ht re received reoctolYed received ¬
ceived Including IDcudlnl a I dispatch dlptch from Con Conaul Conul Consul
aul ul General Gnral Ooodnow Gonow at Shanghai ShanghaiJ
J 10 20000 000 TROOPS TROOP READYThe READY RBAnTThe RlDT RlDT1he
The 1he government rvrment has received reclY In ¬
formation presumably from fro Admiral AdmiralRemey Admlr1Rme AdmiralRemey
Remey Rme that tbt the number numbr of allied allie troops tr
In lien Tain la I WWO 0 The movement movementof
of the troops tro from lien Tain Tln to Pekln PeklnSecretary Peiin Peiin8crtr PekinSecretary
Secretary 8crtr Root said would Iould depend dep nd upon uponthe uponthe
UPI
the arrival and mobilisation moblatlon of troops troopaof
trp
of other othe nations now on the tb way to toTaku toTaku toTaku
Taku He le said it I would be impossible
for the United Unied States 8lat force amll m 1 u It
la I to go 1 alone Iollf It I la further stated atatedthat statedthat tatedtht
that all al the United Unied State troupe tro1 that thatcould thtcould thatcould
could possibly lbl be spared prd had been ben or 01 ¬
detect to China ChinaThla ChinaThli ChinaThis
This government Venment presumably Is I atlll atlllaccepting 11 1111 1111accepting
accepting aceptnln In good roo faith the represent representatlont rprelent representlions
lions made by b Minister MIIIlter Wu Our Or olB olBclala odlchats
01
chats figure fure that two day must yet yetelupie yetelapse et etelapH
elapse before bfore an answer can be received
from fm Minister Mltlr Conger presuming prlumln rehf he la laatlll I Itl isstill
atlll tl alive lv to the th last code codj meaaage meaaageent meIe meIeIDt menagesent
sent IDt him In the meantime they tlY ere ar
directing every vy energy enerl to getting ttn all allthe II althe
the thl men they tty ran Into China and to tocooperate toooptrate tocooperate
cooperate with wih the allied forces fore In the
forward movementThere movement movementThere moVementTher
There were wer no official advices from fromany flm flmn fromany
any n Chinese Chillte source u over oYr night exceot exceota
a ahort message m from tr Ueut Stanford Stanfordthe Stlnfor
the tht iljnal I I officer ofcpr with Oen Chaffees Chaffeescontlngerft hfp haree hareecontingetft
contlngerft cODtnedt at Nagasaki Nalukl announcing announcingthat nnounclnrthat
that all al was well wel with wlb the troops troopaNO trp troopsNO
NO COMMANDER YET TETThis YE YETThis
This ffoveromeVit vrlmlt bar b not been bl noti tmdfled notified not ¬
lied of the selection IIcllon of a commander commanderfor cmmdtr cmmdtrlr
for lr the th allied alli force In China and ad It la lathe IItt istlmougMt
tt tlmougMt the U NlaeUoa bs not yet I been beenHM bn bnt beenGan
t HM e has ba ortere to t do aft aftlii 11 ntJUtAlf
Gan o
ft hie pot lacjutal tJUtAlf the h selection stlscUaaof 1UO
of o a head = C W the tt elipedltlon fptoi It I may a
be b here Ie stated ltt set that whatever whteve the prrf prrferencee pr preferencee
erencee ernr of this tl is government aoernent might m1t be bewe b bewe
we will wl cheerfully clruly acquiesce arul In II the then selec selection I ItlO lee leetion ¬
tlO tion of any an this one of the foreign commanders command commnd commndon ¬
ers on the tli around eroundWANT lound loundWA aroundWASTE
WANT WA A QUICK QUCK START STARTThe 8TARTThe STARTThe
The chief anxiety axiety of the tb country cuntry Is to tohave 10hve tohave
have hve a start made for Pekln u soon aoonpracticable lon I as aspracticable
practicable In case c the commanders commanderson
on the ground jund cannot agree among amongthemselves amongthemselves monltbmHlvt
themselves tbmHlvt the question queton will have lIae to tobe tob tobe
be b referred refere4 back hrk to their respective respectivegovernmenta reJtive reJtiveovernment respectivegovernments
governments This would be b regarded regardedhere reardtdhere regardedhere
here aa a deplorable delay If the question ques question qul ¬
tion Is I thrown back bk on the various rlou gov governments 10 10ernmnt gocernment ¬
ernments ernmnt the United States 8tt Is In the theframe tbtframe theframe
frame of o mind mild to Interject IlIterJt some Ime very veryplain ver verpl veryplain
plain pl In and ad forceful torul language lanu Ian urge Into the thecontroversy tberontrovlnr thecontroversy
controversy which hlch would probably prbl more morethan moretlln morethan
than ever r convince eonYlnC the tb foreign forgn chan chancellors chncelon chanceliors ¬
cellors celon of the businesslike bUllnlk brand bran of ofAmerican oCAmerltn ofAmerican
American Amerltn diplomacy diplomacyNOT dlplocy dlplocyNO
NOT NO ENOUGH INOUOl MEN lCN YET TETAdmiral n YETAdmiral
Admiral Hemeye Rme information InCormto a as to tothe totbe tothe
the strength ItNna of the allied led forces forc between betweenTaku btn btnTaku betweenTaku
Taku and Tien o Tim nearly tt000 0 men menmade menmd menmade
made md It plainer than ever tve to the cabinet csblntthat cabinetthat t tthat
that It It I almost almot hopeless bopl to look lok for sn snadvance Indvn anadvance
advance dvn by July Jul SO S The adralnlatra adralnlatratoln dmlnltr >
loin It I la I said ha h has received relved no word wordfrom wor wordfrom
from the American officers ofcpnlo ashore indlatinx Inll InllcatlnK Inrl InrlctlnJ
catlnK ctlnJ that the allied lled commander cmmnde have havereduced hv havereduced
reduced re4uC their estimate of 10000 0 men menthe as asthe uthe
the minimum strength tren of 0 the tb column columnnecessary columnnel columnnecessary
necessary nel for a forward rorrd movement movmellt It Itla I ItIs
la true tMe that the department has been beennotified bn bnnotled beennotified
notified notled that the th country cunt has h been bll par partially partly pary ¬
tially tly evacuated by b the Chinese Chlne troops troopsor trP
or Boxers Bn north of Tien Tsin ln but bt this thiswas tis tiswu tklewar
was not regarded ar4e4 u Indicating Indltl that tht any anyless aD aDI anylees
less I resistance rltan Is I to be oxpected uxpttd In case casethe c eauthe
PekinBRITAIN Pekln PeklnBRITAIN PeklnBRITJN the allies al have hae to force forl the U defenses de of ofPekln ofPekln ofPekin
BRITAIN BRITJN SATS SAT NEARLY READY READYLondon REDY REDYLODdon READYLondon
London July 27 nTht The only Informa Information Informaton informsthan ¬
than ton regarding rrar4ln China that the parliamentary parlia parliamentary pall pallmentry ¬
mentary secretary nretl of the te foreign torelr ottlci ole
HIIYAVS JmYA S XOTIIMCATION OIWWTIOX SPISKCH SPISKCHAVII1 SPlmCJ SPlmCJWi SPHI CII CIIill
ill Wi Deal at iVonctti 1611th length Only With WithLincoln With1IIIrlll WithhnperfuliNm
1IIIrlll hnperfuliNm hnperfuliNmLincoln l ltnln
tnln Lincoln Neb July 27 27W W J Bryan Bryansaid JIn JInId Bryansaid
said Id today toy that lbt In his hi notification notificationspeech atlfcaUol notlOationspeech
speech lpb at a Indfnapolls JndfnuUI he would follow followthe flow flowtl followthe
the tl plan he pursued at t the notlOcatlos notlOcatlosmeeting DlltO notifcatloameeting
meeting IHUI In II 1IH 1IHThe 11 1111The
The he platform platfor of that tht year he said saiddeclared 14 saiddeclared
declared dela9e the th money mony question qUet to be b a aparamount aprUllt aparamount
paramount prUllt Issue and In II my notification notificationspeech nottctlel notlflatkmspeech
speech pHh I devoted eleoed almost Imu all n the time tme to tothe totht tothe
the discussion dllUlm of that question qUetoD This Thltyear Till Thisyear
year er the Ih platform plator declares del the thl question questionof qutOI
of imperialism ImJrll to be the paramount paramountquestion pount pountqu paramountquestion
question qu Uon and It will wi be the only on I on ondealt one onedel onedealt
dealt del with Ith at any aD length In my m notifi notification IU IUeUon notlfication ¬
cation speech pb The remaining questions ques questions quettloD ¬
tions covered coe by b the platform platf > will b btaken b be betaken
taken take up In a my letter ltr of acceptance acceptanceand IPtUlC
and subsequent ubunt speeches speechesStool speechesfitoel ph phStDel
Stool and Iran 1101 OoiilferoniiG ConlbrennaChicago OoiilferoniiGChicago lIINnuo
Chicago Chlc July IT IThe The conference catt of ofthe ofth ofthe
the th representative prelntalv of o the steel tla and Iron lrol
interests ita of the tll count country r > war WA resumed resumedat
a at the oltltes ocet of o the th Federal her Steel 8tel retllme com company c coldpany ¬
pany p In this til city clt today ta E H Gary Garypresident Oa Garypresident
president rdnt of the Federal 1deral Steel company companystated companystaled
stated tate to the Associated AIIted Press p oomp that tbt all allInterviews allinterview 1
Interviews Inte purporting purpornr to come cm from fom him himware bl himwere
ware w unauthorised tuthoril and ad predicated proted upon uponmere tl uponmere
mere guesses II lie < > stated ttI4 that so 1 far aa aahe 1
he knew knw no general rener shutdown IlutGwn of the themills te temii themills
mills mii was probable prble He led said the com combine cm cmbin cornbin ¬
bine bin bad M been n shutting 1111 down the fr frnc furnacee fur furnaces ¬
naces nc tram r time to time tme aa the th exigen exigencies fxlpn fxlpncl exigencles ¬
cies cl of kuttnew
required rulrd but no radially radi radially radlIl ¬
Il ally new policy plc Is I now IO contemplated contemplatedOIM conteplte4 conteplte4o
OIM of o the tl steel mills mi had had he said saidt 1d
t b been > e > t closed CI and d more mr might laht be if I n aVrvdent nnjd t
Vrvdent > njd Mdt at BftueUi 1 management should
mmnt J
deem 61 K I advisable advisableThe
a
The T conference eatne was concluded Ccluc about aboutnoon aboutnoon
aut autnO
noon nO President Pdnt Gory a than tle gave out outthe outth outthe
the th foMowlatr fo formal Con I statement IMt
OUn Undo prwwlnenco pronll HM 1 bam given to tothe tothe
the U meeting ftJ of the teyrsmntlm relr tives of ofhmn
U At trpn hmn J ana I steel I laterest II M this l city o
c
rreeldeHto Jfe and masM mauagere rs ef the h l leading leadingproduescs 4 g gproducers
producers pluer et C iron In have bVI beta be In consult Cuut
Mr r William WIIIm St It John Broderick wee waaable weeable
Irlct
able to Impart Imprt lmi art to the house lIoul of com colpmoni commons C ¬
mons today ta was that preparations preparationstor preparationstorthe for forthe t r rthe
the advance avUC on Pekln seemed eme to be bepr M Mpreaching
preaching pr completion completionOBRUAN cmpletoll cmpletollCIWAN completionGERMAN
GERMAN CIWAN TROOPS SAIL SAILBremertaven BAIL SAILBremerhaven
Bremertaven Brven July Jul 2J 211art 21Part Part of the te
German Or expeditionary llonory force fur Chin Cblnusailed Cb CbIle Chinsailed
sailed Ile today toy on board bar three th transports transportsEmperor transportsEmperor
Emperor lCmpror William WIIm accompanied acrmnI4 by b two twoof twoof twoof
of his bll sons and the Imperial Imprl chancellor chancellorPrince chl chancellorPrins ellor ellorPnc
Prince Pnc Homonlohe Homtllolie witnessed wltne the tie tiebaratlo em
barkatlon baratlo of the expedition ePedlUoD and dcv dcverwla del deliycredo
credo e a farewell fawel address add to tin ti troops troopsWORSE troopsWORSE p
WORSE THAN GIVEN OIVIN OUT OUTMinneapolis OU OUTMinneapolia
Minneapolis Innpll Minn Minn July 17Charle fChale fChaleGnow 27CharlesGoodnow 17CharleOoodnow
Ooodnow Gnow has lu Just received reel a letter letterfrom leter leterfm letterfrom
from fm his brother Irtlr Consul General GneralOo Good Goodnow Goodnow
now at Shanghai I in which the tb letter letterintimates letr letrItlmt letterultimates
intimates Itlmt that the conditions cCDdlU are even evenworse evenworse In Inwo
worse wo than Un has been b Indicated Inclttd lit hits nlsofficial hl hitsogkial
official oleill cablegrams cbltaml le He write writeChinese t tChil ter terChinese
Chinese Chil are r leaving tba tb a city at a the therate tberte therate
rate rte of 1000 IG or 3000 10 a ad dtf d y The Tb put purpose P putpose ¬
pose of their going oln or their destination destinationla
thtr ettn ettnI
la I not knownCHINESE known knownCHIXEBK knownCINE
CHINESE CINE MOBIMXINO MOBIMXINOWhile MOBJnma MOBJnmahUe
While hUe he does dO not say ao Mr Ir Good Ooodnow Q Goodnow ¬
now evidently e1dntr believes bll Sat tat they Ut are arebeing ae aebel arebeing
being bel mobilised omnlle
moblied somewhere Many ur of ofthose oCthO ofthose
those thO leading Ifln he h says A have hae had h close closerelations clO closerelation
relations relton with the th Europeans JuropeD and Ud If Iftheir Iftheir iftheir
their departure had been bD on account 0UDt of offear offa offear
fear fa of war between bt Win the allies aU some of ofthem ofthem ofthem
them he thinks would certainly cal made spadetheir madetheir
their friends friendsThe thei frleD friendsThe fears Cear known to their Olr white whitefriends wlite wlitefrleD whitefriends m
The Tb Europeans Europan therefore thfrefor hav b have organ organised 01 ¬
lied a body of volunteers and have
I bdy olunten a t re refused r refused ¬
fused tuN to admit ac1 any natives ntv to t It It al although iithough ¬
though several eral offered ofered their services servicesThis
This T11 Illustrate lultrt the suspicion uplco 1 with withwhich dhblcl withwhich
which blcl all natives are regarded A Anumber Anumber
number numbr of policemen lcemeo of the art English Kngttohconcession mholIO Englishconceuier
concession olIO are r In the ranks ranksMr rankMr ranksMr
Mr Ooodnow Oonow has given up his hi plans plansfor fIl plusfor
for post P a trip tril home I tome and IYen will wi remain 11 at Ms Mspost I Illspost
HHATt ULWY ENLISTMENTS ENLISTMENTSSt mNLII > > BNI BNISt
St Louie LW July Ju1 z7Captaln 1lptln Darts n U UB US
8 army ry recruiting officer here today todayunt tr trlnt todaycoat
coat lnt Sfi 2 recruits Ttrulta to Fort Snelltng 8la Minn MinnThey MinnThey nn nnThey
They are all anxious to be b sent at to toChina toCbl toChina
China Cbl Captain Davis says M that thin thismonths thinmontba tl tlmonba
months en enlltmPt enlistments Hit merits have broken brke all allrecords al allrecords
records war rr4 r since tlce the ti Spanish lpnl American Americanwar Arcn Arcnr
warCol Col D D Wheeler Wlltler quartermaster quattmatr U US US
S A at this 111 point pint has h received rlved orders ordersfrom orderefrom ordersfrom
from the t war department depatm1 at Washing Washington WublnCtO Washingtat ¬
ton tO to t to1ytanje arrange at t onCe ODO for fo the trans treesflea transportation t ¬
portation flea of Battery Btt O stationed at atTuley t tFM tJ
FM PtUa Wley o to Ban Francisco eUol end a to tohave toh tohave
J ln FrDI
Re 1
have h It t In 1 readiness N to start tot China Chinaon I Ion laa laaon
on snort notice IJ Battery Rtt00 RattoryOsaoanMtsd RattoryOsaoanMtsdwith Ola connect connectwith
with wltl I UM t Fourth Jr U S artillery 11 and is iscomposed IIcml hecomposed
composed cml d of heavy v siege guns l U I la lanow I isnow
now recruiting rnln up to about but lit 1 men menHURRY m mHURY menHURRY
HURRY HURY ORDERS FOR AMMUNI AMMUNITION AXMUI AXMUITON AYMUIfITTON ¬
TION TIONPhiladelphia TON TONPhlldelphl TTONPhiladelphia
Philadelphia July Jul XTHurry IUur ordint ordintwere order orderwere ol
were we received rie today toda by b Major HaaUi HaaUicommanding I HAtbcommandinu
commanding commandlnl the government Ivrment arsenal 11 at atFrankfort atFrankfort t tFrIJort
Frankfort FrIJort a suburb of this city to t be begin begin ¬
gin work worl at t once one on a large laT supply of ofthirty ofthirty ofthirty
In thirty calibre talbre revolver rvoler cartridges cartrlr IUPJ and andshrapnel ad adblpne1 andshrapnel
shrapnel blpne1 In addition Major Heath Heathwa lth lthw Huthwas
wa w was ordered or4er to increase Inc u his aor working workingforce workg workgfor wakingfora
force for from BOO 1 to 700 70 and nd to work tin themen tinmen tt ttmeD ¬
men from fm 7 a m to T p m Recently Recentlythe Rnt
the arsenal rnl resumed rlume work after tr a at atPr tem temporary tessporary ¬
porary Pr shutdownMORE shutdown shutdownMORE Ittdn IttdnMORlC
MORE CHINESE CHIXESE OUTRAGES OUTRAGESlarlt OUAOJ OUAOJJr OUTRAGESPariL
larlt Jr July 111 37At ST fAt At tne cabinet obt coun council 01 council ¬
cil cl today tol th t the minister lnlter of foreign rorelf affair aflalnM d affairM
M Delcasse Dlc e stated that full Cul pew powers powershad w whd < ra rahad
had been bn given Ieo the French consuls In InChina InL11 inChina
China hd L11 to take tale such wh measures meU ooneu an should sbovldbe 11old 11oldbe
be necessitated ntated by the situation ltuUoa to en ensure C ea easure ¬
sure ur the tb protection prtloll of French Frch subjects subjectsAccordingly ebJI ebJIAcnlnr subjectsAccordingly
Accordingly Acnlnr 88 naval reserves rHr arrive am at atTaku atTk atTaku
Taku Tk naval navl vessel vetll will wi be b dispatched dispatchedto dlteb
to various rlou points where heir tei presence presencemay prn presencemay
may be b deemed dHme advisable advtaableThe edVAbl
The consul colul at Kankow Knlow telegraphs terapb to tothe toth1 tothe
the th1 foreign to1 office off that tht two military mltar eta etalions stations 11 ¬
lions tlont at Saechuan 8Rbuu have been b pfilag II IIand ltlagd ltlagdand d dand
and the lb LaiarM establishment ntbllmnw at atTao atYao atTao
Tao Chou xuarl province of Kiang KIn SI SI II burned burnadThe b burnedThe
The T dispatch eUptch add that the e vtosroya vtosroyaspontaneously vs vlalrotttspontatteoudy
spontaneously ponhaulr took tok measures m to restore raitoreorder rt restoreorder
order orderCONDITION orderCONDITION
ore oreCDITION CONDITION CDITION OF THE TUI OREGON OREGONWashington OREOONWullon OREGONWashington
Washington Wullon July Jul IT ITT f7The Tne navy IY de department departmen ¬
partment prmillt today loay received reive the t following followingcablegram 1010lng 1010lngblerm followingcablegram
cablegram blerm from frm Captain Wilde Wide commander com commander C ¬
mander mnde of the Oregon OregonKure OreoD OreoDKure OregonKure
Kure July Zt Secretary Srtr Navy NavyWashington NavyWashington a aWulqn
Washington Wulqn Ship docked dked Structural Structuralstrength Btlcurl Btlcurltrnth Structuralstrength
strength trnth Intact IDtat WILDE WIDE
tlon and a4 have I been b n frank fnk In express expressIng eap empressIng
Ing In opinions oplalO In regard ard to the policy policywhich plcy plcywbl policywhich
which wbl they the Intend tend to t apply to the busi business b buslneea ¬
ness II of their companies There ere U Uagreement I lu wagreement luqeDt
agreement or disagreement dillacrfemft regarding regardingfuture rprln regardingfuture
future qeDt ft operation However It I Is I Iestall the theexpectation threxpectation
otkna
expectation estall of all that thi if Ift at any an time til In Inany Inttto inany
any territory the demand Is I not equal equalto
to t the t11 ttto production pruton the same should iihouldcurtailed 1t 1tour be beeuriaPsd
curtailed until conditions Clldlton changeNew change changesNett
our ntl cr cre
New e Coil Hcwml HcwmlShlnnsooek UlN ltecorilSbimiesa
Shlnnsooek Ihlrk ek Hills Hi Golf Oot OroundsSouth OroundeSouthampton OroundsSouthampton oluodIt oluodItamptol
ampton amptol N T July Jil K rWler 7Walter Walter Travis Travisamateur Tn Tnllteur Tnevptamateur
amateur champion chapion of the th United States Sutesestablished 8tt 8tttblle4 Statesestablished
llteur established a new amateur lat ur record reor for forthe torthe forthe
the tblle4 Shlnnecock ShlnMOk links lnk today Ita In the first firstU Gt firstla
U holes of aU M hole hnlt final match matc for forthe rorIle forthe
11
the Ile cup with wt o Roderick Rolrkl Terry Tery Jr The Thelatter Te Teltter Thefitter
latter held the juvMcu record at t 77 77but r 77but
ltter JiU Mn
but Travis cut It down to 74 The T Thefeenional pro professional ¬
tonal Ty record rd t11 IP II X held by b byHutchison Tom TomHutchison i
Hutchison Hutchlld and Harry Hary Vurdon Var TIM TIMWalter e escores
scores scoresWalter
I Walter Wler J Travis aII Oakland OaklandOut4HU44 Oaland OalandOt OaklandOuti
Out4HU44 Outi I 4 I I 4 4 r 71 73sInI 71In S
Ot In I InI 4 4 41 II t 12 3 3SS 3 U Total H HRoderick 7 74Roderick
Roderick Rlrtelt Terry m Jr Newport NewportMore Nwprt Nwprt31nJ NewportMore
More 31nJ Awerlcam trMH Killed KilledWaahlngton HllletLWashington IJ d dWallliol
Washington Wallliol July Jut JTTbs fT tetlewlndispatch tUw foUowhw foUowhwdispatch
dispatch has b been ben II received at t the tb state statedepartment sutodepartment ttf ttfdeprtmenl
department from Consul Gen Ooodnow Ooodnowat
deprtmenl t Gf Qw Qwat
at Shanghai dated July hi 17 f Ol Official Ofcll lclal tele telegram tll tllm telegram ¬
gram lbnhal m received rchld here her on Oi the llth 11h said saidthat Midtlt saidthat
that all foreigners and many mn native nativeChristian Dtlvl Dtlvllrtanl nativelbristiane
trelrlr
Christian tlt had been Hn killed ktll at t Tsotlng Tsotlngand Taotlogand oiD oiDud
and lrtanl the mlaili mlIInl ns burned burne The n Ameri Americans Ame Ameran Amercan ¬
cans tt Him Pinta famllyTaylor faltyTylor Pltkln Ptin ills illsOould HIMOuld MiesGould
Gould Ilnox Xl ldTrill 1 rrlli rrl I The Te customs cllato offlce fce fceprt re reports iiports ¬
Ould
yesterday yesterdayTbe
ports disturbances dlwturbunc st Tunas yter ytere
prt Is somewhat confused confusedbut
The e cablegram bl n1 oCwbt enfu
but III la given > out exactly cl as received rn by bythe bythe bythe
the staff 10 department departmentU
dtlarmet dtlarmetIt
It probably means nl1 that th the Americana Americanawho erle erlewho l lwho
probbl Ile
who were killed kied comprised the th Sinew Sinewfamily IICK IICKtml Sheetfamily
we ep
family tuber a man or woman named namedTaylor I namedTaylor
Taylor tml Ior another llr na m namedntteta flu Pt Pb1dg and a the tbeMisses t1 theMisses
Misses X Gould and andTaodmt iiorrm iiorrmnoting
noting aN Gule la chart H mills sMtbw lsuthwalat U M
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