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THE EVENING EVENINCTIMES TIMES WASBJION ASHI WrON FRIDAY MAY 1AY 25 IROQ
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Boys BoysClothing t tClothing
Clothing ClothingSacrificed ClothingSacrificed
Sacrificed
3500 worth of Cassimere Cassimereand Cassimereand
and Wash Suits at 3313 33 13 13per
t per cent centlessthan less than regular regularprices regularprices
prices pricesBoys pricesBoys
Boys Wash Blouse Suits in indomestic indomestic
domestic and crash beau beautifully beautifully
b tifully trimmed sizes 3 to
10 50c and 60c value value39c value39c
39c 39cBoys 39cBoys
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sty stylish 1 ish trimmings fast fastcolors fastcolors
colors sizes 3 to 10 51 51value 1 1value
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or blue trimming sizes 3 3to 3to
to 10 L L75 75 value
119 119Boys 19 19Boys
Boys Doublebreasted Wash WashSuits WashSuits
Suits in plain crash well wellmade wellmade
made sizes 8 to 15 1 1value 1value
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Suits in five varieties blue bluecheck bluecheck
check crash grey cheviot cheviotand cheviotand
and fancy domestics sizes
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Boys Navy Blue Serge Three Threepiece Threepiece
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ed sizes10 sizes 10 to 16 4 value
298 298Boys 298Boys
Boys Percale Knee Pants Pants9c Pants9c
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REPOUIA IIIIPIIflIAIIII TED RYMOTHERS RYMOTHERSChlismnns BY OIIIIII OIIIIIIClirismnlis
Chlismnns View of lUans Love for forToman forWoman
Woman Toman uHorlid Horrid and ant False FaIsoLenders FalseLender
Lenders or the Orgnnhntlon II Unit UnitIn UnitIn
In Their Relief In the Iurlty urlt or orInn of3Inna
3Inna Inn flectlonThe Declare It t I Iot INot
Not ot 3Ierel Merely II ClUe or SexSome or orthe ofthe
the Vivsvi Ie or ThoMe T1io In ttentInnce tjtendnnceDES ttentInnceDES
DES MOINES OI ES Iowa May 2 zThe The lead leaders leadera
ers ot the lott Mothra rs Congress unanimously unanimouslydenounced unanimouslydenounced
denounced the declaration or Pro Prof Oscar OscarChrisman OscarChrisman
Chrisman of the Kansas ansas State Nomal
SOCIAL AND PERSONAL PERSONALWeather PERSONALWeather
Weather permitting the Aid Afsoclat1on Afsoclat1onfor
for the BUnd will give a garden party partyIe partyin
Ie the grounds o of Mrs Gardiner G Hub llubbnrd6 Hubbards
bards residence on Dupont Circle tM this nr nrternoon atternoon
ternoon and evening from 5 to 9 oclock oclockThe oclockThe
The aiIalr will he under the supervision supervisionof
of the ways and men means com comatee = tee and Im Immediate Immediate
mediate direction ot 3IIS Miss ElIG Els1 Graham GrahunBell GrahamBali
Bell Should the afternoon he unavornble unavor inravorable
able the party will be postpone until unWtomorrov untiltomorrow
tomorrow at the same tIme and plate plateDr placeDr
Dr and Mrs Alexander Graham Belt Beliwill Beltwill
will sail for Europe June 6 to spend the thesummer thesummer
summer In travel abroad abroadCapt abroadCapt
Capt and Mrs Richard TowISend TowISendSmith TowasendSmith
Smith hllvaamounced have announced tho murlao or ortheir oftheir
their daughter lils Misa l1 Ellen BIundon BIundonBarkr BlundonBarker
Barker formerly o of Wash Washington on D Co C to
CHIC GOLF SUIT StITThis SUITThis
This golfing outfit sLowIng the latest features oC fashion for or the links has a aplaid aplaid
plaid skirt with two hIp pockets and the Inverted pleat with strap and buckle at atthe atthe
the back The jacket Is 01 o golf pink with thc collar end cuffs o green velvet TQ TQrows Tworows
rows o of brass livery buttons adorn the deublebreasted rants
School In the COIg1es TuesdaY that thatmans thatmans
mans love for woman Is merely that o oseL of ofsex
sex Here are thecomments the comments o of a a few ot otthom ofthem
thom thomIrs themMrs
Mrs Irs Fanny Hum Humphrey hrey Gaffner Worn Woman Wornan
an would be unjust to man to permit the theprofessors theprofessors
professors statement to remain unchal unchallenged unchallonged
longed 110 cannot speak for all men nor norcan norcan
can I speak for all women but I if what he hesaYs besays
saYs Is true man has kept woman In a astate astate
state of most unexampled Illusion as to tohis tohis
his st t to of feeling toward us and thc thcstatus thestatus
status of our power over him We thor thoroughly thoroughly
oughly believe In the work of men and andwill andwill
will continue to believe that they love us usunt11 usuntil
until by deed or word they convince us to tothe tothe
the contrary contraryMrs contraryMrs
Mrs Sarah Mary ary Harris President or orthe ofthe
the New York City Mothers Club I Ithink Ithink
think It horrid It Is a a shame that It Itshould itshould
should have been tolerated or listened to totor tofor
for a moment We Ve women are wives and andmothers andmothers
mothers We know better than what ProC ProCChrisman ProfChrisman
Chrisman saYs W e know that men are arenot arenot
not so degraded as he makes them out to tobe tobe
be He does not speak well for his sex sexWe ex exe
We e know that m mn n do love as women omen do doIrs doMrs
Mrs Irs I L HIllis State Organizer for CorIowa forIowa
Iowa We Ve would have liked to take hold holdo boldof
o of Pro Prof Chrlsmm and lilt him out of the thohall thehall
hall with a pair of tongs We were sim simply simply
ply disgusted It was an outrage that thatsuch thatsuch
such language could be used In such a ameethb amectlig
meethb meethbIrs mectligMrs
Mrs Irs Maria PurdyPeck or Dannlort DannlortVIce DavengortVIce
VIce President or the National Council Councilof Councilof
of Women omen lhn have sometimes sur surpaS6ed surpassed
passed In their love the love o of women womenHigh womenHigh
High Ideals and lofty sentiments are not notlnusual notunusual
unusual In men menMrs menMrs
Mrs Theodore W Birney President ot otthe ofthe
the Congress Men Ien are capab capabe e of the thehighest thehighest
highest and noblolt love I certainly CO COnot o onot
not agree with Prof Pro Chrisman In his hisfitatement hisstatement
statement that mon do not truly love lovethough lovethough
though I agree with him In the most o owhat of ofwhat
what he said and on the whole admire admirehis admirehis
his address addressrro addressProf
rro Prof Mary Roberts Smith o of L Laland LalandStanford land landStaCiford
Stanford jr University Joined In the thecriticism thecriticism
criticism o of modem education or wom women womenin n nIn
In her addresn be before Core the Mothers Con Congress Congross
gross today on Immaculate Woman Womanhood Womanhood
hood hoodThe
The colleges she said arc attempt attemptIng attemptIng
Ing to ma malo c women omen like men Lot us usbe usbe
be ourselves let us have a wider and andmoro andmore
moro comprehensive view oC life an anwe and andwe
we shall then be the great Inrpltro and DndupHrticg anduplifting
uplifting force o of the world Men and andromen andwomen
women are growing apart and failing b bunderstand t tunderstand
understand each other because oC eng enggcratlon cxsggeratlon
gcratlon oC sex differences The future futuremother futuremother
mother must be trained to obedience in inthe Inthe
the largeEt sense to the obligations or ornmlly offamily
family liCe the laws or n nature ure affecting
her own body and the laws oC her roun rountry country
try to love work and to recognize her herresponsibil1ty herresponsibility
responsibility in nedern life Instead of ofthis ofthis
this we have few ew women who ho know the
laws ot their being of womans primary
function and still fwer the laws or
their country Many women think the
charm oC otlife lite lies In getting rid of work
I have 00 quarrel with the woman who
stars at home but only with those who
stay at homo and do badly that which 1
they were made to do doIrs doMrs
Mrs Irs Gatfnel discussing The Influence
or Women said saidI
611 I do nol mal1t maiatth D that Woman oman Is supe superior sup
rior nor to man but sh she is a a little finer grain grained grained
ed Women have aecu etn too willing to bo bomartyrs bemartyrs
martyrs Too much
sacrifice makes DI DIoverflow an anoverflow
overflow or selfishness somewhere The Thecrying Thecrying
crying need o of woman is to use wisely the
Influence she now ms and not try to turn turnovery turneverything
overy everything thing upside down In the hope lope cC cCgetting cCgetting
getting something right sIde up
Miss Caroline F Haven at f New York Yorkpresident Yorkpresident
president oC the International Klnd Kindgar Kindgarten ar arten
ten AssocIation said that to tell a good goodstery goodstory
story Is to be master or a noble art artSusan art artSusan
Susan B Anthony has written a letter letterurslng letterurging
urging the congress to declare for woman womansuffrage womansuffrage
suffrage The leaders oC the congress are areoppo areopposed
oppo opposed to touching the question here
believing that 1l would be more harmful
than beneficial to the suffrage cause
An attempt was made today to get a res resolutIoll reaoluUon
olutIoll reporteddenouncing the Army can
tfj ten n It was voted down In c tnmlttec conmltteeana
ana taboed thequeaUonor of expansion too will be I
I Mr Ir H Hanley Parker Parker 0 of PhnadePhia PhnadePhiaThe
The w wedding dlnh took pl place ce May tley1 fl3 In the thechapel
chapel oC the Churc ot jhe jh ctivocMle
Eighteenth and LiamoAd StreatsPkltadel StreatsPkltadelphia Streets PhiladsI PhiladsIphia
phia Mr olr and flIrs tlrs Parker wm w III spend the thesummer theSummer
summer touring through Europe EcropeIrs EuropeMrs
Mrs Irs GelIInger Gallinger wife of the he Senator from CromXew fromNew
New Hampshire who wh spent the wlaler wlalerI wistorSeason
season at the Dewey has gone to New XewEngland NewEngland
England accompenied b by her daughter
I
Mrs Irs Harry A Norton ot Cambridge
Mass who has been the guest or her herparents herparents
parents parents at the hotel for the past month mOftthIrs monthMrs
Mrs Irs A L Barber has gone for a weeks woeksvisit weeksvisit
visit to Atlantic City prior to joining her
family on board the Shemara now Ilt rn rnchorIn anchor
chorIn chor in New York Bay Baytlrs BayMrs
Mrs Martha McCIelIan Brown or Cin Cincinnati Cm Cmcinnati
cinnati will receive her friends informally
this afternoon aDd 6eniag from 3 to 9 9oclock 9oclock
oclock at it L La Fetras Hotel HoelBaroness HotelBaroness
Baroness Hengelmu HengelxnuJer er left for Newport
tQ stay until the middle or next month menthwhen monthwhen
when the Minister from AustriaHungary
will move the Legation to Its summer
headquarters at atBar Bar Harbor HarborPRESENTED HarborPRESERTED
PRESENTED IN LONDON LONDONAmerlcnns LONDONAmericans
Americans nt the Irlnc lrlncese or nJe nJeDrnnln aIeDrawinfloo
Drnnln Drawinfloo DrawinflooLONDON noolu nooluLOXDON
LONDON May 25Among those pre presented pretented
tented at the Princess 0 Wales drawln drawlnroom drawing drawingroom
room at Buckingham Palace this afternoon attenwonwore afternoonwere
wore the following Americans Americans31iss
1IIss Amy McMilia 1c IIIIQ daughter of United
States Senator llc Mcelillan U11an o of Michigan Mrs
Edwin Gould Mrs James T Gardiner and
Miss lIs8 Gardiner Mrs Benjamin Thaw and
Miss Wheeler and 3liss 1IS3 Annie Wheeler WheelerNARROWLY WheelerNABOWLY
NARROWLY ESCAPES DEATH DEATHomnn DEATflomnn
omnn Struck by a Locomotive and nndDntIl andBadly
DntIl Badly Injured InjuredPOULSBORO InjuradPOULSBORO
POULSBORO N T May ay 2511rs Ben Benjamin Benjanimn
jamin lIuIlett the wife oC a prominent and andwelItodo andwelltodo
welItodo farmer Ut C Centre Square was wasdriving 33 33driving
driving In a surrey along Railroad Avenue AvenuePedrlckstown AvenuePedrlckstown
Pedrlckstown yesterday afternoon when whenher whenher
her horse became frightened a at tha l whistle whistleor whistleof
or a locomotive that was approaching The Therailroad Therailroad
railroad tracks are on the same level as asthe asthe
the avenue and they are not fenced Qr en enclosed enclosed
closed closedMrs closedMrs
Mrs luIIettf scared horse bolted and andbefore andbefore
before she could check him he had leaped le3pedon
on the railroad track and was galloping gallopingaway gallopingaway
away In front or the very train whose whosenols whosinoise
nols noise had frightened hIm Scores ot men menand
land and women stood white and helpless on the thesidewalks
I sldt sidewalks > 4lks not daring to try to rescue th thJ the thevoman
J oxun > She threw ail her weight on each eachrein eachrein
rein alternately trying to turn the ho horse horseoff e
0 off the rails but the animal was so orazed orazedwith orazejwith
with tear that It did not swerve swcrteThe swerveThe
The engineer or the oncoming train shut shutat shutoff
at off steam reversed his lever turned on onthe onthe
the sandbox for aU It was worth and pulled puUedthe pulledthe
the throttle wide open again In an effort eortto effortto
to rop the train But In spite or gushing
sand and the driving wheels so rallldl rallldlwhirling rapidly
whirling backward that they sent out outshowers outshowers
showers or sparks tha th train continued to togilin togain
gain on the surrey that bumped umped and bound bounded bounded
ed over the CIOOUe at 11 mad gallop The Thocrazy Thecrazy
crazy horse was no match for stean steanIt steanIt
It was an over in a few seconds The
front oC the engine struck the carrla carrlamd carvisga
md wllrled mtrled it high In the aIr Mrs Mul
let fell to the ground forty feet away un uncOnscIOU3 Unconscious
conscious Although she is badly injured
Internally the doctors say she will recover
The horse was so badly y crippled that It Ii
had to be killed killedClotlth killedCloihirs
Clotlth Cloihirs r Sued for Damages DamnJeNORFOLK DamagesNORFOLK
NORFOLK Va Mar Ma 25 25HoraUo oratlo DaTis DaTiso Dayisof
o of PrIncess Anne county has brought suit suitIn suitin
In the City Circuit Court against DJnstol DJnstolSUverwood DmmnstoaSilverwood
SUverwood clothiers claiming 5000 5000for 5060for
for damages to his character The pnlntl pnlntlwas paintiff paintiffwas
was recently centlT arrested upon the char charge e o ogiving of ofgiving
giving Dunston SiIverWOQd a W1 worthexs worthexscheck > rthes rthescheck
check for St 42 In payment for clothing
Prior to the case being caned for trial
Davis made the check gcod and the clm clmnal crimnat
nat proceedings which had b been n broug brought broughtagainst t tagainst
against him were dropped
AFTER REBHGJ ISONE 8 8f 8The l li
f e eThe
The Second Object in General GeneralY GeneralYoungs
Y Youngs ollng s Luzopqjlmpaigit Luzompaigaada to I
11041 11041TrylnJ adaTrying
Trying to Take FTH71 Faoui the hc Insurgent ImurcntForces InsurgentForces
Forces Their iSpn Spanhule IlIh CnI1he nuu nuuto and andto
to Release Lieutenant GIllmore GIllmorenntI GlIlmoreand
and III Ills IurtTbe Manner lit 11111lch litWhich
Which 11lch Thl This Object Was Vn Attained AthiluetITho AttainedThe
The results to to be accomplished by the thecolumn thecolumn
column under Brig Gen t B M Young Youngwhich Youngwhich
which operated through northern Luzon In InOctober inOctober
October November and December 18 18were 1SPP 1SPPwere
were first to break up the Insurgent armY armYthen armythen
then operating lu considerable numbers numbeibetween numbersbetween
between the Pampanga River and the rail railwaY railway
waY so as to enable General lacAthur MacArthurthen lacAthurthen
then at Angeles to move forward to Dag Dagupan Dagupan
upan and second to release It possible poaalblcthe possiblethe
the Spanish prisoners known to be with withAguinaldo withAguinaldo
Aguinaldo and the possible recapture ot otLieutenant ofLieutenant
Lieutenant GUlmore of the Navy and his blsparty hisparty
party The resume at these operations operationsw operationswhich
w which ich was given outb out by the War Depart Department Departmeat
meat yesterday shows the accomplish accomplishment accomplishmeat
meat of the main object the manner in inwhich inwhich
which the s second ond obj object t was eeoted is isgiven isgiven
given brlefi briefly IlS ollows ollowsRellable ollowaReliable
Reliable Information as to whereabouts whereaboutsof
of the Insurgent tor forces and their prl prisoners prisonerswas oneD oneDwas
was dlfficuh to obtain but General Young Youngon Youngon
on the evening or Nov Novber mber 17 being COn COnvinced convinced
vinced that Aguinaldo had left Alava late lateon lateon
on the 15th going toward Rosario wired wiredI wiredGaneral
I Gwaral Otis from Pozorrublo as follows followsAguinaldo followsAguinaldo
Aguinaldo lis now 0 a fugitive seeking se securlty secuilty
curlty 10 e escape cape to th mountaf mountaiss s or bT bTsea bysea
sea 1 My > 1 cavalry has ridden down his hisforces hisforces
forces wherever found utterly routing rouUagthem routingthem
them In ever every instance killing some Jlp Jlpturing apLuring
turing and lIberating manY prisoners and anddestroying znddestroying
destroying many arms much ammunition ammunitionand 1mmliDIUODlad
lad other war Impedimenta ImpedimentaMajor impedimentaMajor
Major Cronin moved out on that even evenIng evening
Ing and marched to San Fabian where be bejoined hejoined
joined Major Swigerts SQuad squadron roc Llcut LlcutArtbur LioutArthur
Arthur Thayer Third Cavalry with a de detUhment detachment
tUhment of troopers joined and was or ordered ordered
dered to overtake Major Swigert Early Earlyon
011 the folIowln folLowing morning Lleut M A ABatson ABatson
Batson Fourth Cavalry In command ot ottho ofthe
the Ml1cabebe Scouts moved out Oil tl tltrail tLtrail
trail to Rosario followed later In the ota otaby ay ayby
by Captain Chase with two troops or th thThird thThird
Third Cavalry At Alan it was as aster astertamed er ertni
tni tamed 1ed that Aguinaldo was seventytwo seventytwohours sevontytohours
hours In the lead at Rosario that his hisreor hisroar
roar guard was at Tubitc Under gulde of ofan ofan
an Insurgent deserter the column pushed pushedon pushedon
on over the trail to TulJdc where inCol inColmatlon Infommation
matlon was received that the enemy bad badmoved badmoved
moved up the COAst road to join Tide at atArlngay atAringay
Arlngay A small force or lacabebe6 Maeabebeswas lacabebe6was
was left at Tubac lad the command push pushed pushed
ed on to Arlngny where at dark on the the19th the19th
19th or November thecnemys the enemys entrench entrenchments entrenchments
ments were assaultedanil assauito null gallantly lIDt1y car carried carclod
clod by Lieutenant Dation Batso and his Mars Marsbebes Maabeoos
beoos FoU Following wlng the assault Captain CaptainChase CaptainChase
Chase of thcThlrd the Third Cavalry dismounted dismountedhs dismountedha
hs men and pushed Into the town In rear rAarat rearof
at the detences on the coast eWe Lieu Lieutenant Lieutenant
tenant Damon was herewouDded In the theleft theleft
left foot a casualty whish General Young Youagcharacterizes Youngcharacterizes
characterizes as a a very grave m misfortune misfortuneand lfortune lfortuneand
and ono p peculiarly lIarly dl disheartening teDlng to the thoIacabebes theMacabebee
Iacabebes = who had pec r rmed prodigious prodlgktuswi prodigiouswork
wi work > rk under him himCnrrlecl himCarried
Carried InAurent Trenches TrencbexEarly TrenchesEarly
Early on the mornlag > 0 or the 2Sth our ourtorces ourforces
forces moved on the road to San Fernaa Fernaaclo Fernantie
tie n the Pro Province lnce or Union where Chase Chaseflth Chasecith
flth thirtyseven dismounted troopers trooperscharged trooperscharged
charged over an open lice lice field and car carried carned
ned the insurgent entrenchments held as asit asIt
it wu afterward lea learae lhrouih throsh a prJeoB prJeoBcr
cr by a force or 3iO 3iOGeneral 30General
General Young la1t Chase In command eoIBmaDdat
at San Fernando and rejoined the troops at atBooang atBoonag
Booang where he 6SrDed that Major Swi Swiert Swigert
gert ert had Whipped the eDemy eaem and driven drivenhim drivenhim
him out of Santo Tomas early on th the morn JDOrAI mornlug
I lug oC the 19th LeavID Leaving 8 force at Jooog BoosagGeseral
i GeaeI111 Young with Swigers two tfO trmp p
Third Cavalry followed 011 the trail ot otLieutenant ofLeutenant
Lieutenant Colonel Wilder Fou Fourth Fourthairy c sv svwry
wry wryOn
On November ovembe 22 It was aseertalRed 1 tit titAgutnaldo t tAulnaldo
Aulnaldo had slept ia BalaoeDg OIl t the thecoast e
I CO coast t road on the night at November Oember Oemberthat S Sthat
that he had pu passed ed through HaD Baugar gAr at 10 10a
I a In on the foUowlag clay aBd was at atth1t atthat
that time heading for the Province of Abra AbraI Abrawhere
I where it was said he had a a force or I7M I7Marmed 1OOarmed
armed men that Tlnlo wlt with a retarding
Coce was oecupylag occupyi and repairing repalrlgI repalrlgtrenches repairingtrenches I
trenches at Tagudta din Colonel Parker ParkerFourth ParkerFourth
Fourth Cavalry o of General Youngs staff slA1Iwho staffwho
who had left San Fernando OIl the 21th 21thwith Ith Ithwith
with directions to obtain reenforcameots reenforcameotsrom reenforcasneotsfrom
from rom the United Stat Statsa transports haTing
failed In his purpose appealed to the Nary Xayand Naryand
and on the 26th a bIlttalton or marines nmriDfsunder marinesunder
under Commander McCracken Cracken executive executiveomcer executiveomeer
omcer of the Oregon landed at the port portof portI
I of Vigan Igan which fact was learned by byguiaaldo
guiaaldo IIflldo who agaIn changed his plans plansThe plauThe
The mass o of the people in this section dls dlsp1ayed dlsplayed
played the warmest demonstrations of offriendship offriendship
friendship for us usOn usOn
On the 27th Major Mach with his hisbattalion hisbattalion
battalion of the Thirtyth1 United Slates Slatesrolunteer StatesVolunteer
Volunteer Infantry occupl occupisd Thgudin Thgudinwllch Tflgudtnwiich
wllch was evacuated by Pinto the IlSJlr IlSJlrEnt hisprgnt
Ent general the day before Aguhuldo Aguhuldoand Aguinaidoand
and Tinio had separaxed separated 1 at Cangon the theCormer theformer
former going by mountain trail to Lepanto LepantoIealng Lepantoleaving
leaving Pilar to torUCyand fortify and hold the moan mountIla moanLain
Lain pass III his rear and a captured let letter letter
ter showed guinado In Angaqul on the the28th the28th
28th Intending to go to Cervantes on the thetollowlng thefollowing
following day Tlnlo was going north to tooccupy tooccupy
occupy and fortify the pass in the Tan Tanga Tangadan a adan
dan Mountains Natividad was in Bangued Banguedgurdlng Banguedgurding
gurdlng 4000 S SpanIsh Iilih prisoners On the theSOtho the30th
SOtho 30th March was sent on Agulnaldos trail trailwith
with the assuranCe that protection would wouldbe wouldbe II
be afforded his rear against Tinlo who wholater wholater
later withdrew his outposts and with re renewed c cnewed
newed energy returned to the work ot otCortltylng offortifying
fortifying the Tangadan pass Tinlo boost boosted boasted
ed that the American troops would neVer neVerforca neverforce
force the pass and in a moment oC over overconfidence overconfidence
confidence on the night or December 3 3dttached 3detached
detached too men and sent e t them down the theAbra
I
Abra River to take Vlgnn held by 3 cam campany cm cmpany
pany o of the Thirtythird UnIted States StatesVolunteer Statesolunteer
Volunteer Infantry and capture the slip snppIles slipplies
pIles landed there fo Ion ol our r forces The re result resuIt
suIt ot this affair wasm was an overwhelming overwhelmingdeC overwhelmingdefeat
deC defeat t and utter rout or the Insurg lnsurgaats lnsurgaatswith nts ntswltb
with n loss to them at over 12 per cent centkilled centkilled
killed and left on the fi Sold SoldIn ld ldIn
In Pursuit ofAJUlnnltIo ofAJUlnnltIoLeaving ofAninnldoLeaving
Leaving March to pursue pursue Agulnaldo AguinaldoGeneral AgulnaldoGeneral
General Young proceeded to dispose of the theInsurgent theinsurgentforce
Insurgent insurgentforce Corce betore1tk and to effect eectth effectthe
th the release of their prisoners With this thisend thisend
end In view on the m rnlng or th thth ththHowze th thHowzo
Howzo and Penn o of he Thlrtytourth U US US
S Volunteer Infantry moved out on the thetrail thetrail
trail leading to the Tangadan Pass under underguidance underguidance
guidance of an old native who had been beenimpressed beenimpressed
impressed to work on ott the Insurgent Insurgenttrenches insurgenttrenches
trenches at that point and nd who was con consequently consequently
sequently familiar fith the location of ofthe ofthe
the Insurgent position The first set of oftrenches oftrenches
trenches near the road at the beginning beginningor
or the ascent ascent well screened from view by byscrub byscrub
scrub undergrowth wasf0110wed was followed by n sue succession suecession
cession of trenches and redoubts each coy covering coyring
ring the one next below it Lieutenant LieutenantCOIOD LieutenantColonel
COIOD Colonel l Howze with ono company or the theThirtyfourth theThirtyfourth
Thirtyfourth supported by Hunters and andChases andChases
Chases troops dismounted of the Third ThirdCavalry ThirdCavalry
Cavalry occupied the enemys attention attentionon
on his left Major Penn with two compa compatIes compaales
tIes or the ThirtYfourth U S Volunteer Volunteerlnfantry VolunteerInfantn
lnfantry started on a detour through the themount31n8 themountains
mountains to yam bolln a V015tt1on tn rear or the theenemys theenemys
enemys right and L Litenaut tenant Decker DeckerThlrtytourth DeckerThirtyfourth
Thlrtytourth U S Vountecr Vo nteer Infantry IntantryWith Infantrywith
With his scouts occupied th the hills behind behindwhich behindwhich
which Penn started on his detour It was wasDol wasnot
not Intended to do m more re than occupy the theattention theattention
attention or the Insurgents until the de detour detour
tour had been made which it was calcu calculated calcuIatcdwould
lated Iatcdwould would requlr two hours time but butHoods butUfhritIJv
Hoods UfhritIJv Pa lls 1Ies Cure aU liver liverU lverWsbl1ious
U ILFI igi Wsbl1ious Wsbl1iousness illsbflionsness
ness jaundice sick headache nausea ItdJges ItdJgestiOD indigeslion
lion break npa coldprevent cold prevent a lever 25e sscBy
137 mall of C L Hood Co Lowell Mass lass
after waiting taurandonehalf hours with withno
110 developments a strong demonstration demonstrationwas
was 118 made on the enemys right wIth the theobject theobject
object or forcing him to dIscontInue the thestrengthening thestrengthening
strengthening or his fortification This Thisdemonstration Thisdemonstration
demonstration brought on a general en engagement engagemnent
gagement which lasted from 230 30 to 4 4oclock 4oolock
oclock without any decIded advantage lo lous tous
us Cqncern being tell about the flanking flankingtorce flankingforce
force an attempt was made to establish estnbIlshcommunleaUol1 establishcommunicatjowjth
communleaUol1 communicatjowjth with them At 4 oclock the thebead thehead
bead of Colonels Hares column the Thir Thirtythird Thirtythird
tythird U S Volunteer Infantry arrived arriveddrwIng arriveddrawing
drawing a heavy fire from the enemy along
his entIro front and dIsclosIng 0 a VaBU VaBUgreater vastly vastlygreater
greater force than had been estimated estimatedAn estimatedAn
An hour later volleys were heard In the themountains themountains
mountains to the enemys mht and rear rearII rearand
and from the rapid evacuation by an in insurgent inSurgent
II surgent battalion oC the hgh trenches It ItW itsya
W sya Ji known that t tie e fi flanking nkicg party had at atla atlast
la last reached their position One company companyo
o of the of ofthe
Thirtyfourth and two companies I Ithe
the Thirt Thirtythird lrd U S Volunteer Infantry I Iled
led by Lieutenant Colon Colonel 1 Howze of the theThirtyfourth I IThirtYfourth
ThirtYfourth closed the fighting which whichhad I
had continued until long after dark by n nspirited aspirited
spirited charge chargeOn
i On the tollo following ing morning the cavalry cavalryi cavalrywhich
i which had withdrawn during the night and andencamped nd ndencamped
encamped in the vaU vaily y returned on the themlln themain
main road to Vlgan accompanied liy Gen Cenem1 Genoral
oral Young Hare and Howze were dl dlre dioeted
re oeted ted to foUa follow Tints and prevent him himi
i I front enblrralllg Major llarchs column columnllad columnand
llad and to force the relief or all prisoners pri50neraThey prisonersThey
They c1ptured San Quintan and forced the theeacuatlon theevacuation
evacuation oC the deence3 in Abra canyon canyonOn
01 the 5th th Colonel Hare cut across to toSan toSan
San Jose bYlD by an extraordinarily rapid march marchjlnd marchand
jlnd and effectually blocked any insurgent insurgenttorc06 insurgentforcee
torc06 going south by the canyon or the theAbra
I Abra Howzo pu pushed hed Into Bangued and andI andthence
I thence to Dolores and Hare being so solieved e elIeved
lIeved or all apprehension about March Marchturned Iarehturned
turned north In support or Howze The Thereport Thereport
report of Major March or his gallant mind mindI 1d 1di
i succeSsrul fight with the Insurgent forces torcesunder forcesunder
under command of General Gregorio del delPIlar delPital
PIlar In the Ttln Pass in which General GeneralPilar GeneralPilar
Pilar was killed and his forces routed has hasbeen hasbeen
been previously published publishedNat1v
I NaUv couriers arrived at Vlgan with withdesPILtchas lth lthdespatehes
desPILtchas from Wilder who ho had recuhed recuhedCODCepsloll reeshodConcepelon
CODCepsloll and Spanish prisoners report reportI reported
I ed Ttnlo with m men and American and nndSPAnish andSpanish
SPAnish prisoners retreating up the Abra AbraRiver AbraRiver
River tow toward LelUlto Released Spanish Spanishi Spanishpriooaers
i prl priooaers o1ers were wr aatlembllD assembling rapidly at Vlgan VlganaDd Viganand
aDd LoaE and on December 7 a large num numI numbor
I her wereshlpp were shipped to Manila on the Relle RelleI ReltafSlot
Slot tftrr Itcr Tlnlo TlnloIn TlnioIn
I In the meantime Colonels Hare and andHowse 1BdHoWe
HoWe were In hot I pursuIt > ursult o of Tinlo and andi endhis
his prisoners who used every device he heVas
i Vas enpable or to mislead the troops and andf andcover
f cover the trail ot the prisoners who hd hdbeen hadbeen
been sent on with a force of two omcers
I and 150 men as A special guard At this thisncture thisncture
ncture Lieutenant hayes of JeRer1l JeRer1lOUDgS eeera1oeugs
OUDgS Matt received the surrender of ofaJor
1 aJor Natividad from whom wnozn much val valI ralt
I liable inormatloa was obtained obtalBeddving obtainedI
I dving Captain Roll fouls Is with eitJity eitJityI eigktyfootsore
footsore and shoeless men from the two twocommandS twocommandg
I commandS to guard the mouth or the thecanyon thecaayoa
canyon against the forces of Tino and andf andNatividad
at1vidad those two Ironnerved eRleers eRleersHare olficorshare
f
Hare aDd HoZe woo had consolidated consolidatedi consolidatedtheir
i their forces or equally daring men pushed pushedt
t Ol with fierce determlZlLt1011 to overtake olrtakethe overtakethe
the prisoners aM their guard guardThere guardThere
There is sumcieftt evidence to show showthat showthat
that 7lnlo had given ordrs that prisoners prisonersfaUing prisonersfalling
falling out lrom exhaustion should be bay bayOReted bayoneted
OReted From time to time unmistakable uamistakableevidence unmistakableevidence
evidence ot the presence of the prisoners priaonerswas prisonerswas
was found along the trail aDd acted as asan asan
an addlti additional nalln incentive ntle to both omcers and andmen andmen
men to redoubl their darts to overtake overtaketheir overtaketheir
their unfortunate countrymen About1 About1p About 4 4p
p M on the 1 16th 1t a signal from the 841 841Tadce advatice
Tadce guard Ia d warned them that they were wereIn wereIn
In the pre8eDe8 of a possible enemY A AI Areconneis
reconn reconneis l eanee developed a party 0 of mao insugents maogenIe
I gents aDd in the rush aa ve 0 of their num number numbar
bar were killed and ten taken prisoners
I With this detachment were McDonald McDonaldFitzgerald
P1 Fitzgerald gerad and Parley American prison prisoDers prisonera
I ers who 00 were recaptured Lleute Lleuteaant ant Gill Gillmore Gillmore
more had left the pIKe with the rest or orI ofthe
I tile prisoners early that morning but butI butwhen
when overtaken the following day the the17th the17th
I
17th bad beeR abandoned by his guard guardI guardwho
I who bad learned 0 of the proximity eC the thepureeing I
I pureeing rorC force forceGet < e eOa
Oa the 17th of December General CoB CoBs ConcepoL
cepoL anI s staff consisting si tiDg of five om omeers offiears
ears and six collated mea were captured eapturedby capturedby
by Major ajoc J4ar Maikt Os January 1 Aguia41 Aguia41ckts Aguinaldos
dos wi wife and siMer two sisters ot Colonel ColonelI ColonelLeyba
I Leyba wife of r Colonel Sitayer the wife of ofI ofLioutanast
LIutcaaat Cristobal Colonel Sttr3r Lieu IJeuI Lieutenast
I leDat Colonel Dae Bees three officers or mess messor ess esser
I
er rank and ten or twelve servant all allbelonging allbelonging
belonging to the retinue or AgublBldo AgublBldowere Aguiunldowere
were sent In ry r March MarchLieutenant MarchLieutenant
Lieutenant Castner wIth his dJtach dJtachment dmtaehmeat
meat or Lowes Scouts marched on Bay Bayombo Bayomboirg
ombo omboirg where he found Second LoJter LoJterant Llcutcaant
ant Iunro o of the Fourth Cavalry iB corn cornmand 1m 1mmand
mand ot a small detachment negotiating negoUnUngtor
for the surrender or the place Lieutenant LieutenantCastner
F Castner generously deterred to Lieutenant Lieutenantunro LieutenantMunro
Munro unro and allowed him to receive the theeurrender thesurronder
eurrender of General Canon his aides and andthe andthe
the forces garrisoning the town In this thisconnection thisconnection
connection it may be stated that the themarch themarch
march or lieutenant Castners detach detachment detachment
ment coverng a period from November Ie Ieto 10to
to Decembou21 December 21 is one or the most re remarkable remarkable
markable 01 on record and It Is probably the thelongest thelongest
longest continuous march made during the theinsurrection theinsurrection
insurrection Captain McCalla or the Unl Unlted United
ted States Navy received the surrender surrenderI
oC General Tlrona and the insurgent forces forcestn forcesin
I tn the Province of Cagayan at Aparri AparriOn AparriOn
On January i Lieutenant Gillmore md andthe
I the recaptured American Drisoners ar arrived u uI
I rI rived ed at Vfgan fgan At Sen IsIro the first firstI firstSpanish
SpanIsh prisoners prisonersoined io d the column ud udCrom andfrom
I from that time on at almost very town townI townthrough
I through which the trcops passed The ad adI advnace
I vnxce was EO rapid that It was not penal possiI penalble
I ble to make lists at atall all places hut It h hbelieved itbelieved
believed that the toW number at SpanLb SpanLbprtoners Spanihprisoners
prisoners released by the command VaS
40410 000 000I
40410The
I The two prImary objects of th3 t expedi expedilion > xtedi xtediI
I lion first rst that oC scattering the insurgent insurgentforces insurgentforces
forces and second the recapture of ofAmerican ofAmerican
American and Spanish prfsozrers bad now nowbeen nowbeen
been effected ned It but r remained malned to ds dsperse dsperse
perse or capture the small lnrorgext ban banis baniswhich 1s 1swhich
which for a time made their preen preencs felt feltin feltIa
in the locality lOc111tyGeneral localityGeneral
General Young extends his thanks tG tGthe tathe
the ot1tcers 11 and Ulan ot the Navy for their theirconlial theircorilial
conlial support and oC the troops or his hiscommand hiscommand
command says They cIu clung Va Ua main mainpurposes mainpurposes
purposes for which the campaign was fn fnlUhU inaugurated
augurated lUhU ed and pursued the course laid out outtor outfor
for them with a tenacity of purpose ad a aphyslcll aphysical
physical endurance which I thInk far farexceeded farexceeded
exceeded the highest expectation cr tchf tchfaf teiafof
af their countryes they certainly did that thatoC thatof
oC their bcne genetrl genetrlA I IA
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the lumber supply or the United States Stateswould Stateswould
would ultimately be exhausted sal J r W WBarryct wBarry
Barryct Barry of the Lumberman oC Chicago ChicaSOat
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right steps to preserve forests there trill wlIIbe trillbe
be no danger oC a lumber famine In the thetuture thefuture
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to supply th the demand or the world The Thegeneration Thegeneration
generation o of many trees is about as long longas longas
as the generation o of man When r was In InVashlngton inWashington
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logs ot the North CarolIna pine tour by bysix byeta
six inches and twentyfour feet long and andthe nd ndthe
the trees tmm which this lumber had been beenmade beenmade
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could be protected from forest fires White Whitepine Wrtitepine
pine when burned will not grow again and andthus andthus
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forest forests One method that has been Stlg Stlggestetl anggeste4
gestetl Is t9 guard rd the tOr forests ts with United UnitedStaJes UnitedStajes
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of California are guarded Congress has h19passed haspassed
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be cut down A tree Ls i ripe when It baa baareached hasreached
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