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Practically Practic U y Assured AssuredSTAMPEDE AssuredST
Republican Convention Goes WildWhen Wild WildWhen rill rillVhcl1
When He Appears AppearsKANSAS AppearsKAXSAS Appearsy
y KANSAS TO NOMINATE HIM HIMDolejsttte nnID 1II1Delegate
Dolejsttte D leJnte norton to Present the tlicKouKh tlaeItoOJ1a theItougia
KouKh RIder nlderXnnle Riders > n Name All 11 Other OtherCandidate OtherCnnllitlate OthcrCandtdatcs
Candidate Swept A lltleparty sidePartyLeaders lltlepartyLeulcrll lde Party PartyLenderx
Leaders Povrerlcsa to Stem the De Dcmniitl Denlnnll Demand
mniitl for the Governor GoernorCbalrmnn GoernorCbalrmnnoleott GovernorChntrmauRolcott Chairman ChairmanAVoIcott
AVoIcott oleott Opens the Second DnysSessionYctcraas Days DaysSession Dn DnSelonYeteranK
Session SelonYeteranK VctcrnuH of 1S3O 1S > t1 PresentResolutionsReport Present PresentIle PreentUeolutlonnelort
Ile Ueolutlonnelort olutlonK Ileport of the Com Committec ContmIttee Comnrittce
mittec on Credentials Adopted AdoptedSenator AdolltellSenator adoptedSenator
Senator Lodge LOII e Deliver Hid III Speech SpeechCONVENTION SleeebCO SpeechCONVENTION
CONVENTION CO VE rIO HALL Philadelphia June June20The Tunct
t 20 20The The solid Instructions given Lieutenant LieutenantGovernor LieutenantGovernor LieutenantGovernor
Governor Woodruff by the New York dele delegation delegation delegation ¬
gation last night have neither fooled nor norfrightened norfrightened norfrightened
frightened anybody The atmosphere of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Convention this morning is more ob obviously obviously obviously ¬
viously charged with Roosevelt enthusiasm enthusiasmthan enthWiumthan enthusiasmthan
than it was even yesterday It is very verywell verywell verywell
well understood Platt forced Instructions Instructionsfor
for Woodruff in order to get the vote of ofNew orNew ofNew
New York thoroughly in hand so that thatho thatho thatho
ho can look utter other things with no nofurther nofurther nofurther
further bother about his State delegation delegationIt
It is generally believed that Roosevelt Rooseveltwill Rooseveltwill Rooseveltwill
will be nominated for Vice President be before before before ¬
fore Now York Is reached on roll call callRoosevelts cllRoosevelts callRoosevelts
Roosevelts name will be presented to the theConvention theConvention theConvention
Convention by Kansas J R Burton or orthat otthat ofA
A that delegation probably will make tie tleDemlting tiencmlaatlns thenoiniaeting
ncmlaatlns speech speechHannas speechHannas speechHannas
Hannas agents however continue to totalk totalk totalk
talk Long Assistant A Mtant Postmaster General GeneralPerry GeneralPerry GeneralPerryHeath
Perry PerryHeath Heath Comptroller of the Currency CurrencyDewes CurrencyDwo9 CurrencyDtwos
Dewes and various nious other Federal Fc eral officials officialsof
of < Jf their close cla are energetically irculatin irculatinamong irculatlLaIIHJng irculatiLt irculatiLtamong
among the delegates and newspaper men menwith menwith menwith
with the statement that Long is the AdminiMraUen Ad Admialeiratfen AdaletraUon
mialeiratfen aletraUon candidate Nobody believes believesThe b4lievesIt
The attendance at the Convention is ismuch ismUG ismush
much larger today than n it was yesterday yesterdayThe yesterdayThe esterdayTHe
The auditorium IB jammed and big crowds crowdsare crowdsare crowdsare
are surging 5Hrgt around the building buildingWhen building1heu buildingWhen
When Roosevelt by b appointment of ofTemporary ofTemary oft
t Temporary Chairman Woleott 1V okott j Joined lned the theraltt theC9Mntltt theceasrsittee
C9Mntltt ceasrsittee raltt e to escort Permanent Chairman ChairmanLodg ChairmanLotIce ChairmanLodg
Lodg to the chair the crowd went wild wildThe wildThe wildThe
The vast throug sprang to their feet and andecroamed andscroamed andscreamed
screamed like mad The na naHre rc of Roose Roosevelt RooseeIt Roosevelt ¬
velt eIt was theenly ODe heard amid the tremosdeus tre trenMadous tremeBdeus
Coalriiian IVoIcott Calls < the Delegndcs Dele JJeleKTntCN Delegnte
CONVENTION HALL Philadelphia PhiladelphiaJune PhiladelphiaTune Philadelphiaa
a June 29 20The The attendance at the second seconddays seconddllys secondi
days proceedings of the Republican Na National National National ¬
tional Convention is large and the crowds crowdsarc crowds crowdsare
are enthusiasticAmong enthusiastic enthusiasticAmong enthusiasticAmong
Among the early arrivals were Senators SenatorsLodge SentorsLOOSe SenatorsLodge
Lodge Quay Qua and Cullom but the only one onewho onewho onewho
who received any applause was Senator SenatorHanna SenatorHanna SenatorHanna
Hanna who came just before 12 oclock oclockAt oclockAt
At 125 121 Senator Depew came ame down the theaisle theallie theaisle
aisle being the first of the New York Yorkdelegation Yorkdelegation Yorkdelegation
delegation to arrive A few minutes later laterSenator laterSenator laterSenator
Senator Platt and Governor Roosevelt en ectered entered eLtered ¬
tered together and the first real cheering cheeringof
of the day began beganAs beganAs beganAs
As the delegations gathered In the hall hallIt hallIt ballit
It quickly developed that Governor Roose Roosevelt Roosevelt Roosevolt ¬
velt te to be nominated for Vice President Presidenton
on the drat ballot Senator Quay said saidWe saidWe saidVe
We Ve are atilt till for Roosevelt and he will be benominated benemlnated benominated
nominated nemlnated The Maryland Iarylan delegation is isto Isto Isto
to vote solid for the Governor and so Is IsCalifornia IsCallCornla isCalifornia
California and the entire West WestSenator WestSenator WestSenator
Senator Hanna shook hands with Quay Quayand Quayand Quayand
and both laughed l hed Mr Ir Hanna said I Idont 1dont Idont
dont know who will be vrorainated mlnated for forVke forVice forVice
Vice President Pre9l ent Does It look like Roo Roosevelt ROQevell Recsevelt2 ¬
sevelt was asKod Dont ask me he hereplied hercplled hereplied
replied repliedIt rcplledIt
It was as reported re rted throughout the Western Westerndelegations Westerndelegations Westerndelegatlens
delegations on the floor that all real effort effortto effortto effortto
to stop the Roosevelt movement had been beenabandoned beenabnndoaed beenabandoned
abnndoaedAt abandoned abandonedAt abandoned
At 1230 oclock Chairman Wolcott rap rapped rapped rapped ¬
ped for order and the second days session sessionof sessionof sessionof
of the Republican Nations Convention was wasopen wasopen wasopen
open There was as much confusion in the thehall theball thehall
hall at the time and the band played the theStar theStar theStar
Star Spangled Banner while ushers tried triedto triedto triedto
to got everybody seated seatedIn seatedIn
4 In Jess than five minutes order was es established established established ¬
tablished and Chairman Wolcott Introduced Introducedtho Introducedthe introducedthe
the Rev Re Dr Charles M I Boswell who whoopened whooI whoopened
opened oI > encd the scEsion sesslon1dth jrith prayer The pray prayer prayer prayer ¬
er offered was of the patriotic order Dr DrBoswell DrDoswell DrBoswell
Boswell gave thanks for the victories of oftho orthe ofthe
the Army and Navy NavyAfter Na7After NagyAfter
After the prayer Chairman Wolcott Wolcottstepped WolcottsteI Wolcottstepped
stepped steI > pod to the front platform and an announced announcOl announced ¬
nounced nouncOl that there wero present as guests guestsof guestsor
of the Convention several survivors of the thefirst thefirst thefirst
first National Convention of the party partyThey partyThey partyThey
They have brought with them he sid sidthe sIdthe sidthe
the dear old flag used in that Conven Convention ConveqI Convet Convettlont ¬
tlont tion I < ri and I shall sh II nowlask now w ask sk them them to 1 to step step forward for forward forward ¬
ward ward that you may see ee them and they theywill theywill theywill
will present some resolutions resolutionsThe resolutI resoluUonsThe ns nsP
P The resolutions were as follows followsTo tollows2To follows2To
2To To the Republican party In National NationalConvention NRtiQ1alConvention NationalConvention
Convention assembled In Philadephla Philadel Philadelphia Philadelphia ¬
phia June 19 1900 1900i
In l r lo i The
i reeponss spons the invitation ex exChairman ettencled oxtented
tented tows to lby by lion Mark 1ark A Hanna HannaChllrm HannaCha
Chairman Chllrm Cha rmn n of r the National atIo 1al Committee Committeeo
to o be present at it your Convention as
bonorary members membersWhereas m mom m1er m1erWherea ers
Whereas Wherea w we the the survivors iUt t vors of the theorfglna theorIgt theorIglna
orfglna orIgt al Republican Rc b1lcan Convention In InPlttSbure
PlttSbure February 22 2 1S56 do regret regretexceedingly regreteX regretefeeedingly
exceedingly eX ecdlngly the inability of many of ofsaid ots1ld ofsaid
said members to accept your kind in inSpecial Inlpeelal inSpecial
Special lixeiirsiou to 1 l hcsapeaU hcsapeaUBeach he hernpcalccBench apcaJe apcaJeDeneh
Beach Thursday Tune SI1 SI1Eccentric RIEcceatie J JEc
Eccentric Ec < < lItie Steam Sttu Engineers EDlJIDc n Xo 1 K of L LArchitects LArfIlltcc LIrelsitecfs
Architects approve Jlcxt Iumb Lumber Lumberben < < r rebcn
ebcn ben it comes from from Frank Lilbcy Lil J Co C
vitatlon owing to advanced age and andat andat andat
at a meeting of < Jf theNatlonal Fremont FremontAssociation FremontAssociation FremontAssociation
Association held iniPlttEburg 11 Plltsburg June 1C
1900 It was resolved that Major R II IILong IILong HLong
Long secretary and n4 J T K Conner be beinstructed beInstIucted beinstructed
instructed to represent represent us in your dis distinguished distinguished distinguished ¬
tinguished assembly they send their theirgreetings theIrgreetlng theirgreetings
greetings and hltin having remained faith faithful faithful faithful ¬
ful to its principles for fortyfour fortyfouryears rortyrouryears fortyfouryears
years shall continue the same unlo unlothe unlothe untothe
the end and andbelrtUy heartily endorse the Ad Administration Administration Administration ¬
ministration of Hon William McKin McKinley McKinley McKinley
ley which gives g gtresUt sus u4 such unbounded unboundedprosperity unboundedprosperity unboundedprosperity
prosperity Yguj YQ1DiJ jrespectfully rjtspeetfullyGILDERT jrespectfullyGILBERT pectruUy pectruUyGILBERT
Chairman ChairmanR
R II LON LONQ LO Secrctary SecrctaryWhen erctary erctaryWhen etary etaryWhen
When the veterans v teraOS of 1856 advanced to tathe tothe tothe
the front of the th ylaform jpUviform form the delegates delegatesarose delegate3arose delegatesarose
arose In a body and andchecre1 cheereJ them heart heart1ly heartly heartsly
ly After the resolutions had been read readthe readthe readthe
the band played the Red White anl anlBlue an aniBlue 1 1Blue
Blue BlueChairman BlueChairman BlueChairman
Chairman Wolcott then recognized the theHon theHon theHon
Hon Sereno E Payne of New ew York to pre present present present ¬
sent the report for the Committee C mmlttee on Cre Credentials CndenUals Cradentials ¬
dentials of which Payne was chairman chairmanMr chairmanr chairmanMr
Mr r Payne advanced to the platform and andread an anread andread
read the report of the committee The Thacommittee Th9committee Thecommittee
committee approved the actions of the Na National National a ational ¬
tional Committee in most of the Southern Southerncontests Southerncon Southerncontests
con contestsThe contests contestsThe tests testsThe
The Alabama Texas and Delaware cases casesthat casesthat casesthat
that had been be n left for the Credentials CredentialsCommittee CredentlnlsCommittee CredentialsCommittee
Committee had been heard and decided decidedand decidedand decidedand
and Mr Ir Payne read tbp list of delegates to tobe tobe tobe
be seated When he read the name of J JA JA T TA
A Addicks who won his fight in Delaware Datawarethere Dlawnrethere Delawarethere
there was wa some applause applauseMr applauseI applause1tr
I Mr r Payne moved the previous question questionfor questlonI questionfor
I for the adoption of tho report This was wascarried wnscarrIed wascarried
carried and the chair announced that forty fortyminutes r fortyminutes rly rlyminutes
minutes would be allowed for debate on the thereport thereport thereport
report No one wanted to speak and andChairman andChairman andChairman
Chairman Wolcott put the question of ofadopting otadopting ofadopting
adopting the report It was carried and an anAlabama anAlabama anAlabama
Alabama delegate arose aro e to have a clerical clericalerror clerIcalerror clericalerror
error in the roll of that State corrected correctedThis correctedlhls correctedThis
This was straightened out and then Senator SenatorWolcott SenatorWolcott SenatorWolcott
Wolcott forgetting that the report of the thecommittee thecommittee thecommittee
committee had already been adopted put putit putit putit
it to the Convention a second time timeGeneral limeGeneral timeGeneral
General Grosvenor then presented the re report report report ¬
port of the Committee on Permanent Or Organization Organlzatlon Organization ¬
ganization naming Senator Lodge Lodge as per permanent permanent permanent ¬
manent chairman The temporary secre secretaries secretaries secrelarles ¬
taries were made permanent and the re report report report ¬
port was adopted with enthusiasm enthusiasmChairman enthusiasmChaIrman enthusiasmChairman
Chairman Wolcott olcott named Governors GovernorsShaw GovernorsShaw GovernorsShaw
Shaw of Iowa and Roosevelt of New York Yorkto Yorkto Yorkto
to escort Senator Lodge LodgeAt LodgeAt LodgeAt
At the mention of Roosevelts name the thedelegates thedelegates thedelegates
delegates and spectators Jumped to their theirfeet theirfeet theirfeet
feet There was as a 1 yell of Roosevelt RooseveltRoosevelt RooseveltRooseveIt RooseveltRoosevelt
Roosevelt Teddy T ddy Teddy and then a astorm astorm astorm
storm ofapplause of o applause swopt over over tho entire entireaudiince entireaudince ntire ntireaudimee
audiince audiinceThe audimeeThe audinceThe
The ceremony cermonj of escorting the perma permanent perma permanent permanent ¬
nent chairman to the platform was brief briefand brie1and brieand
and Governor Roosevelt hurried back b ck to tohis tohis tohis
his seat The dole delegates 1 Qates tes gave him three threecheeis threecheeisanl1 threecheeks
cheeks cheeisanl1 and all alh oveS O ova e jfe e building there were werecries wereerles werecries
cries Roosevelt RooeeveltMlbs ICs Roosevelt RooseveltAs ROO6ev RoosevcittAs lt ltAs
As soon 1is5 the Governor sat satdown satdown satdown
down the appJaSio nppJ o ceased and the
Senator Hanna Hannadelegates lIannndelegates Mannadelegates
delegates at once turned to Sena Senator Se1ator Senator ¬
tor Lodge who stood awaiting to tobegin tobegin tobegin
begin his speech When hen tho Senator got as asfar asrar asfar
far as the statement statement that this Convention Conventionbad ConenUonhad Conventionhad
had met to nominate the next President of ofthe orthe ofthe
the United States there was an outburst outburstof
of applause and cries of McKInley McKInleyAfter McKinleyAfter lcKInleyArter
After Senator Lodges speech Gen Henry Hen Henry Henry ¬
ry Bingham Chairman of the Committee Committeeon Commltt Commltton
on Rules was recognized and Introduced Introducedthe introducedthe Introducedthe
the report of that committee with the thestatement thestatement thestatement
statement that it had been decided not to tochange tochange tochange
change the established rule relative to rep representation representatIon representation ¬
resentation This referred to the long longpending longpending longpending
pending question of cutting down the rep representation representation representation ¬
resentation of the Southern States StatesThe StatesThe StatesThe
The rules recognize Hawaii as a Terri Territory Territory Territory ¬
tory and provide for a member of the theNational theNaUonal theNational
National Committee from there as well wellas wellI wellas
as for two delegates delegat to all conventions
i Representative RcpreHent he Dolliver DolliverRule DollherRule DolliverRule
Rule 9 was clearly cl rly aimed to prevent so socalled socalled socalled
called stampedes stampedesIt ift conventions It pro provides provIdes provides ¬
vides that in no n COSQ casq shall s 1nll the calling of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the roll of States tatcsal1d ana the recording of oftheir oftheIr oftheir
their votes be dispensed d s nsed with withMr withMr withMr
Mr Quay then offered his resolution resolutionproposing resolutionproposing resolutionproposing
proposing that heelflter bcd ner each State shan shalibe shanbe shatHbe
be entitled to 1oua four ro delegatesatlarge delegatesatlargeand
and one additional dclggate delegate dc gate for each 10
000 votes votes otcS or majority majority fraction thereof cast castat castat castat
at the last proceeding Presidential Presidential elec election election election ¬
tion for Republican electors ei ctors and ndi four r dele dcleCHESAPEAKE deleCIlESUEUiE deleC1zEsArEucE >
Daily nail Schedule ScheduleTrains ScbeluleIr1lns ScheduleTrains
Trains leave lf e District line depot IOt 10 a m 11 a am am sIn
m 2 6 l > G p I m SCc Ce mend trip tripAlways triPInn tripliwnys
Always Inn the heat grades Km rnlle tie In Lumber Uuraherami tumlerhe Lumberand
and the he best oK c1 cai Bcarws Ikar only ont Uo LSO at CHi and andI
I X Y 1 ave 11
gates gat < rs from each Territory and the District Districtof Districtof Districtof
of Columbia and that the methods for the theelection theelection theelection
election for such delegates shall be provid provided prodded provided ¬
ed for by the National Committee Quay Quaywas Quaywas Quaywas
was called to the platform and wildly wildlycheered wildlycheered wildlycheered
cheered cheeredAction cheeredtctlon cheeredAction
Action on his hl resolution was postponed postponeduntil pe8tpoBeduntil peetposeduntil
until tomorrow tomorrowChairman tomorrowChairmaa tomorrowChairmaa
Chairmaa Lodge then recognized r ntud Sena Senator Se Senator a ator ¬
tor Fairbanks Chairman of 0 the the Committee Committeeon C lttee ltteeOn
on Resolutions to 0 present the platform platformThe plattonaThe platformThe
The Indiaaa Senator S lator fend it dtacwit to tomake tomake tomake
make himself head throughout tkroug out th tH Lall Lailand Lalland Lalland
and there was so much eoafaato the theChair theChair theChair
Chair had to appeal for order This is isa Isa isa
a matter of grave importJtee mid the theChair tJteChair theChair
Chair this is the declaration of Repeblican Repeb Republican RepebIIcan ¬
lican principles The platform platr < < m was then thenread thenread thenreed
read readHANNA
Western ellt rn Delegate Disposed 11 to Re Rebel Reb Rebel ¬
bel b 1 AcatiiHt A nhlt his III Candidacy CandidacyPHILADELPHIA Cnudl CandidacyPHILADELPHIA ne nePHILADELPHIA
PHILADELPHIA June 2 eSenator 20SenatorHanna eSenatorHanna Senator SenatorHanna
Hanna has apparently settled on fecre fecretary ecre ecretary ecretary
tary Long L < Jng as the candidate for Vice Ice Presi President Pr President sl sldent ¬
dent but the Western delegates delegat arc ajo els elsposed 01st 01stposed ls lsoA
oA oAposed
posed to rebel They say that thatli ijfjRoaeevelt ijfjRoaeeveltcannot lieocevett lieocevettcannot evelt eveltcannot
cannot be nominated the candfcata cam ca trshould trshouldcome should shouldo s1ouldcome
come from the West est and the thetend o sienda i iRepresentative end of ofRepresentative ofRepresentative
Representative Dolliver Th > llIver are hard > t t work workIn workin ark arkin
In his interest intereetHanna interestHanna 3 3Hanna
Hanna was reticent and noncommittal noncommittalthis noncommittal noncommittalthis nonc mmlttal mmlttalthis
this morning He said Mr Woodruff was wasto wastp wasto
to be congratulated upon receiving the theendorsement theendorscment theendorsement
endorsement of his State When hen asked askedabout askedabout askedabout
about the general situation he said All Allthe Allthe Allthe
the indications point to the success of the theRepublican thtRepublican theRepublican
Republican ticket ticketSenator ticketSenator ticketSenator
Senator Platt was in excellent humor this thismorning thismorning thismorning
morning He said he was wa quite willing willingto Willingto
to regard Governor Roosevelt as out of oftho ortho oftho
tho situation entirely but others kept talk talkIng talking talking
Ing about him He said his hisunderstnnding hisunderstnndingWIlS understanding understandingwas
was that Senator Hanna would try to bring bringabout bringabout bringabout
about the nomination of Secretary Long LongThe lJangThe LongThe
The Senator then added that there was wasno 1asI wasno
no enthusiasm for the Secretary of the theKavy theavy theNavy
I Navy avy and that it was hard to tell what whati whatthe whatthe
i the delegates would do When hen asked asked what whattho whatthe whatthe
the New York delegation would wo wodiddo ld do In the theform tbelcrmof theScrmof
lcrmof form of an attempt to stampede the he Conven Convention Convention Conventioa ¬
tion to Roosevelt Senator Platt P att replied repliedthat replledthat repliedthat
that he did not know It will depend on onthe onthe onthe
the humor of the delegates delegat at t thJr th time timehe Umehe I Ihe
he said saidShortly saIdShortly saidShortly
Shortly after 10 oclock It was said In Inthe inthe inthe
the corridors of the Walton that there therewould therewould therewould
would certainly be an attempt to force thenomination the thenomInation J Jnomination
nomination of Governor Governor Roosevelt Men Menwho Menwho Menwho
who talked with Hanna and with representatives repre representatives represcntatlves ¬
sentatives of the various candidates said saidbefore saIdbefore saidbefore
before the Convention met that the situa situation sltnation situation ¬
tion was much the same as It had been beensince beensince beensince
since Sunday They said It would be beSenator beSenator beSenator
Senator Hanna and his hls superb organization organizationagainst organlzaUOj1 organlzaUOj1against organizationagainst
against the first choice of the delegatesGovernor delegates delegatesSovernor delegatesovernor
Governor overnor Roosevelt RooseveltFew RooseveltFew RooseveltFew
Few wellinformed leaders believe that thatthe 1h thatthe t tthe
the Vice Presidential sit situation atioa canbe can be set settled settled settled ¬
tled in advance by Senator Hanna or any anyother anyother anyother
other person personThe personThe personThe
The Maine delegation caucused at the theHotel theHotel theHotel
Hotel Walton this morning and decided to togo togo togo
go to into the Convention for Long LongGirl LongGIrl LongGirl
Girl Suicide Left Xo MessageALLENTOWN Message MessageALLENTOWN JIelum c cALLE
ALLENTOWN ALLE rOWN Pa June 20 20Charles Charles N NWagner NWagner NWagner
Wagner brotherinlaw of 0 Gertrude GertrudeRoth GertrudeRoththe Roththe Roth Roththe
the pretty Allentown girl who d a week weekago weekago weekago
ago yesterday jumped Into the Whirlpool WhirlpoolRapids WhirlpoolRapids WhirlpoolRapids
Rapids at Niagara kingaraFnlls Falls has received thepackage the thepackage thLpackage
package which Miss Ilss Roth addressed addres ed to her hersister h hersister r rsIster
sister Mrs Wagner It contained only the thebracelet thebracelet thebracelet
bracelet which the girl received on Christ Christmas Chrl1itmas Chritmas ¬
mas from Mr and Mrs Wagner and a aplaque aplaque aplaque
plaque which Ehe purchased at the FaTlr FailrHer Falt FaltHer FaTlrHer
Her relatives hoped that possibly Miss MisaRoth MissRoth MissRoth
Roth had left some message but in this thisthey thisthey thisthey
they were disappointed dlap dlapOO disappointed 7
200 OO io 0 Cumberland and Return ReturnVia ReturnIn ReturnVia
Via In = jt d O OlaTlng 0Leaving r 4 4Leaving
Leaving A D k O station ttatioc ttatio Washington 8 8 a mSnails ra raSacday I
Sacday Snails next June 24 returning leave Cumberland CumberlandC CmnbcrlaodOp
C Op p un ui same 5Unt day dayUuxinens rIa rIaFynntnuJllnela dayFlynns
FynntnuJllnela Flynns Uuxinens College ColIe e J Sth > th and andlly andlly5Ccws nd nds Ig Igis
5Ccws is s Office Eiamlnatio ExamlmUonAlways Fum1nationAIny Eiamlnatiothe
Always the Lowest Lumber Lt1UlberPrlel Lt1UlberPrlelan Pricer Pricerand Priced Pricedand
and an < l Xo o 1 car flooring LS5 by F FL Libber 1e O b
Platform Adopted and a Recess n ceUI Ta Taken Tak Taken ¬
ken k n Until 1O 0 A M 1 Tomorrow TomorrowCONVENTION TolUo TomorrowCONVENTION low lowCO
CONVENTION CO SNTION ILVLL PhUade Philadephia PhiladephiaJune pbia pbiaJane phJaJune
June 2 20The The platform was adopted at at11J
315 p m and the Convestton adjoaraed adjoaraeduBtil utjoaraedt utjoaraeduuUl
t S
t tuntil
until 18 a m tomorrow tomorrowDOIiLIVER temorrowDOLLIVE1t tonwrrowDOLLIVER
Three Delegations Dele atJon8 Consider the Can Candidacy Candldue Candidacy ¬
didacy dldue of the loan lotvnnPHILADEIPIIIA loanPHlLADEIPUIA IowanPHILADELPHIA
PHILADEIPIIIA Jane 2k SThe The Iowa Iowadelegation Iowadelegation owa owatlel
delegation tlel gatlon started in on their tJ elr boom for forDoHiver forDolliver forDolliver
Dolliver with renewed reaewe vigor this morning morningaad JDOrnl JDOrnlaad morningand
aad the Indications now are that the vetts vettsof vote voteof VoUJo >
of o Missouri 1ssourl and Minnesota UDDeJl tawfll will be cast for fortheir fortheir fartheir
their candidate on the first ballot ballotThe ballotThe ballotThe
The delegates of o the three States were w e in ina ina Ina
a Joint caucus this thl morning mornln behind closed cioseddoors clOeddoors closeddoors
doors at the Hotel Stratford and t wasknown was wasknown wasknown
known that the subject under uoct discussion discussionwas Jlseu discussionwas sion sionwas
was the candidacy of Dolllver
Gen Francis ti V Greene GreeneOne GreeneOne GreeneOne
One Minnesota delegate said that the theonly theonly hoonly
only thing in the way of Dolliver getting gettingthe gettingthe gettingthe
the Export Su scportof > porto of t the two States other than thanhis thanhis thanhis
his own in the th caucus Caucus was waS the fact that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the present presentSpeaker Speaker of theSHous th thei Ho House pf of r Representatives Rep Representatives Representatives ¬
resentatives Henderson ne erson is from Iowa and andthat andthnt andthat
that there would be an objection objeetionto to both boththe boththe boththe
the presiding pres dIng officers ofi cersot of Congress Congr s being beingfrom beingfrom beingfrom
from one State The removal of this thisobstacle thisobstacle thisobstacle
obstacle would obviously obviously be the election electionof electionot
of a successor succesSor to Henderson Hend rs n During the themorning the1L0rning themorning
morning thcIpwa the Ipwa visitors were were busy cir circulating circulating circulating ¬
culating Dolliver Uver badges among the Westnn Westcrn West Western ¬
ern crn delegates delegatesThe delegntesThe delegatesThe
The Nebraska delegation held an in infor inforxral Intorn infery inferynal
xral n al caucus this moraine at the th Hotel HotelStratford lIoteSlraUord HotetStratford
Stratford and and decided to join with Iowa IowaMissouri Iowayitsouri IowaMissouri
Missouri add Minnesota innesota in the support supportr
1 DolliverBRITISH Dolliver DolliverBRITISH DoUlveri DoUlvercBRIXISH
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Torta F Forts rt at n Talcu TalcuLONDON TakuLONDON ku kuLONDO
LONDON LONDON < June SO 20The The Admiralty has hasIssuedthc hasIs basisspe8
Issuedthc Is isspe8 etL thefppowingtelegramwhich hefll i following wlng telegram which has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been received re received dfrom from Rear Admiral Admiral Bruce BruceTaku BruceTaktiTuno BruceTalui
Taku TaktiTuno Juno 17 via Chefoo June June20TheTaku
20 20TheTaku TheTaku The Taku forts were captured this thismorning thismorning thismorning
morning morning The bombardment commenc commenced commenc commenced commence ¬
e ed d at 1250 and ended at 6SO Details Detailswill DetaUswlll Detailswill
will be sent later The phinese ad admiral admiral admiral ¬
miral was present with the th the allied fleet fleetwith fleetWith fleetwith
with his flag flying on a cruiser At a acouncil acouncil acouncil
council meeting this morning he agreed agreedto agreedto agreedto
to anchor anchorwJth with the fleeljand llee and to put out outhis outhis outhis
his fires tomorrow tomorrowNOTJewshas tomorrowN tomorrowNo
NOTJewshas N No nes newshas has been received r Ied from fromComnranderinChief lromCom fromComnranderirlChief
ComnranderinChief Com randerIncWe Seymour and the theadvance theadvance theadvance
advance guard guardTientsin gundTientsin gua d dTientsin
Tientsin Tientsin IE now cut off and a heavy heavyfire heavyfireVas beavyfire
fire fireVas was heard heard there last night ht Three Threethousand Threethousand Threethousand
thousand thousand Russian troops under und r a major majorgeneral majorg majorgeneral
general g neral are here My y communications communicationswith communicationswith mmunlc tlom tlomwith
with the allied authorities authorUi s are most mostharmonious mostharmonious mostharmonious
harmonious BRUCE BRUCENorfolk BRUCEortolk BRUCENorfolk
Norfolk ortolk Washington sleauiuoat gmi S siialroat oat Co CoDelightful CoDe1i CoDelightful
Delightful De1i btful trips daily at 630 630 p pm m m to Old Point PointCcisfort PointCGr1fort PointComfort
Comfort Newport yews lew Norfolk Virginia Beach Beacband BelcbanilOcm Beachand
and anilOcm Ocean View For schedule chtdull see page 7 7Have 7HaTe 7Have
Have You Seen Tbr Them u Dive Yetf YetfTbt Yet r rTb tTbi
Tbt Tb Tbi Thompsoii Thompw d ChcsapeatejJcach ChCfa ieach daily 333 S33and 333n 333and7
and and7 n 30 0 p m InAlwafheatd mAprays
Aprays Alwafheatd ahead d In InLQweat Lowest Lorrent Prices Pricesacd Prl Pricesand e ed
and d limber 1i nbe nowds nl nos is down do at t Ctk and N XY l Y ave
Declaration of Principles Presented Present Presented ¬
ed ed to Republican Delegates DelegatesVVdmlnlKtratlon Delegatesfllmlnbtration Delegatesktdminlstratlon
VVdmlnlKtratlon and Party Landed for forthe forthe forthe
the Aelalevent Achievements Achievement ntll of the American AmericanPeople AuurlennPcoplcCredlt AmericanPeopleCrcdlt
PcoplcCredlt People Credit Claimed for the Vietories VIe Vlctorlc VIetorle
torlc tories of the Spanish Spnnl h AVar WarIrexi WarIrexident VnrI Ire rcJlI rcJlIdent l ldcnt
dent McKinley UcKlnlc Strongly Strongl Endorsed CndorMedAlleclnnce EndorMedAlIe EndorsedAllegiance
Allegiance AlIe lnnce to the Single Gold GoldStandard GoldStnnllnrd GoldStandard
Standard Rcafliruied and the Free FreeCoinage FreeColnnoe FreeCoinage
Coinage of Silver Deuouncecl DenouncetlQunlUlcd Denouncedt DenouncedtQunlifIed A AQunlllled
Qunlllled Pronnnclamento Against AnuinxtDanKerou A AgainstDangerous ntnJlt ntnJltDaugerou
Dangerous Combinations of Capital CaiiltnlCONVENTION CapitalCONVENTION ll1tnl ll1tnlCO
CONVENTION CO VE rION HALL Philadelphia PhiladdphiaJune PhiladelphiaTune PhiladelphiaJune
June 3 iThe The following is an abstract of ofthe otthe ofthe
the platform as presented to the Republi Republican Republican Republican ¬
can Convention this afternoon afternoonThe afternoonThe afternoonThe
The Republicans of the United States Statesthrough Statestbough Statesthrough
through their chosen representatives met metin metIn metin
in National Convention looking back on onan onan onan
an unapproached record of achievement achievementand
and looking forward Into a groat field of ofduty otduty ofduty
duty and opportunity and appealing to tothe tothe tothe
the Judgment of their countrymen make makothose mlkethese makethese
these declarations declarationsThe dcclara declarationsThe ons onsuThe
uThe The expectation in which the American Americanpeople Ameriranpeople Americanpeople
people turning from the Democratic pattyentrusted patty pattyentrusted pattyentruated
entrusted power four years ye us ago to a Re Republican R Rpublican Republican ¬
publican Chief Magistrate glstrate and a HepubM HepubMcan itepubacan tepuhlcan
can Congress has been met and satisfied satisfiedWhen satlsCedWhen satishiedWhen
When the people then assembled at the thepolls thepolls thepolls
polls after a term of Democratic legisla legislation legidation logislation ¬
tion and administration business was dead deadindustry deadindustry deadindustry
industry was paralyzed and the national nationalcredit nationalcredll nationalcredit
credit disastrously imcaired imti red The countrys countryscapital countrysclpltal countryscapital
capital was hidden away and its labor die dietressed distressed dl dltresed ¬
tressed and unemployed The Demoarztabad Democrats Democratshad Demortsbad
bad no other plan with which to improve improvethe Improvethe improvethe
the ruinous conditions which they had hadthemselves had hadUiemsehes hadthemselves
themselves produced than to coin silver at attSe att atthe
the t e ratio of 16 to tort tortThe 1 1The 1The
The Republican party denouncing this thisplan thispan thisplan
plan as sure to produce conditions even evenworse evenWorc eveawore
worse than those from which relief wad wadsought wa wasought wassought
sought promised to restore prosperity pros rity by bymeans bymeans bymeans
means of two legislative measures measurJa a pro protective protective protective ¬
tective tariff and a law making gold the thestandard thetandnrd thestandard
standard of value The people by a great greatmajority greatmeJerlty greatmajority
majority Issued to the Republican party a acemmisslon acemmfs80n acommission
commission to enact these laws law > This com commission commission mmmission ¬
mission has been executed and the Repub Republican Repnblfcn Republican ¬
lican promise has bran redeemed Prosper Prosperity Prosperity Prosperity ¬
ity mere general and more abundant thanwe than thanwe thanWe
we have ever known has follow followed these theseeaactmeats thesetmts theseeaaetmeste
eaactmeats tmts There is no longer any con controversy CO1tnnersy controversy ¬
troversy as to the value of o any Government Governmentobligations GGvemmentoWlgatlolJ8 Governmentobiigattoe
obligations Every American dollar is a agold 3gw agold
gold dollar or its assured equivalent and andAmerican andAmerican andAmerican
American credit stands higher than that of ofaay ofuy ofany
any settee aatioaCapital setteeCaplIM ndeRCapital
Capital Is felly employed and labor laboreverywhere laboreverywre laboreverywhere
everywre everywhere is profitably occupied No Nosingle SomaSSe Nosingle
single fact can more strikiagly tell the thestory thetW thestory
> story > tW of what Republican Government Governmentmeaaa GGverBmentmea Governmentmesas
meaaa mea te tho country than this Uttsthat Uttsthatwhile thisthatwhile that thatwhile
while during tb the whole period of o one onehundred neheedred ne nehuDdred
hundred and seven years from 1790 1 90 to to1S97
1S97 there was an excess of exports etp rt5 over overimports overImpori overimports
imports of only Ulh8tt1 3SS2S4 T th there re has hasbjkta has1B hasdry
dry IB the sl prt rt t three year of ort th the pres proseat preseot preseat
eat ReaMteaB Aiatnistraflea Administration an excess excessof eteessIII excessof
of export ex ta over imports ia the enormous enormousNB eDIM1DOUSIRHB enormoussum
sum NB of 14S5S 1S1511tit S4 aDd while the t American Ameri America AmerletUJ ¬
ca can people aaataiaed taIDeI by this thlsRepub thlsRepubUcanlegtJatieR Republican Repub Republican ¬
lican UcanlegtJatieR lagtetatioa bave been achieving atirf viag these thesegpteadid t tspift thesessieadld
gpteadid spift ssieadld W triumphs in beeiBcez sad u com commerce 001I1meree eoameree ¬
meree they have conducted and in victory victoryconcluded victoryco victoryeoscleded
concluded co eltllJed a war for liberty and human huennrights humanrights humanrights
The Spanish War AVarXo WarNo nr nrSo
Xo thought of national aggrandizement aggrandizementtarnished aggrandizementtarnished ssran zement zementtarnished
tarnished the high purpose with which whichAmerican whkhAmerican whichAmerican
American standards were unfurled It was wasII wasa
a war unsought and patiently resisted butwhen butwhen but butwhen
when it came the American Government Governmentwas
was ready Its fleets were cleared for foraction foraction foraction
action its armies were in the field and andthe andthe andthe
the quick and signal triumph of its forces forceaon forceson forceson
on land and and sea bore equal tribute to the thecourage thecourage thecourage
courage of American soldiers and sailors sailorsand saUrsand sailorsand
and to the skill I and foresight of Repub Republican Republican Republican ¬
lican statesmanship statesman Ip To ten millions of ofthe otthe ofthe
the human race there was wasgtven given a new newbirth newlrlh newbirth
birth lrlh of freedom and to the th American Americanpeople Americinpeople Americanpeople
people a a new and noble responsibility responsibilityWe
We endorse the Administration of Wil WlIHam WIlI1am William ¬
liam McKInley cKlnley Its acts have been estab established established established ¬
lished in wisdom and in patriotism and andat andat andat
at home and abroad it has distinctly ele elevated elevated elevated ¬
vated and extended the influence in1lue ce of theAmerican the theAmerican theAmerlcm
American nation Walking untried paths pathsand pathsand pathsand
and facing unforeseen responsibilities responsibilitiesPresident re responsibilitiesPresident ponsibUities ponsibUitiesPresident
President McKinley has boon in every sit situation sltuation situatlon ¬
uation the true American patriot and the theupright theupright theupright
upright statesman clear in vision strong strongin strongin strongin
in judgment firm in action always inspir inspiring inspiring inspiring ¬
ing and deserving the confidence of his hiscountrymen hiscountryn hiscountrymen
countrymen countrymena countryn en enIn
a In asking the American people to en endorse endorse endorse ¬
dorse this Republican record and to re renew reneW renew ¬
new their commission to the Republican Republicanparty Republicanparty Republicanparty
party we remind them of the fact that thattho thatthe thatthe
the menace to their prosperity has always alwaysresided alwaysresIded alwaysresided
resided In Democratic principles and no noless DOless noless
less In the general incapacity of the Dem Democratic Democratic Democratic ¬
ocratic party to conduct public affairs att rs The Theprime Theprime Theprime
prime essential of business bu lness prosperity ispublic is ispublic ispublic
public confidence in the th good sense of the theGovernment theGovernment theGovernment
Government and in its ability to deal in intelligently intelUgently intelllgently ¬
telligently with each new problem of ad administration udDlnlstratfon adn ¬
n ministration and legislation That confi confiI confiice
I ice ce e the Democratic DemocraUcparty party has never neverrned nevertrned neverarncd
arncd rned It is hopelessly hopele sly inadequate and andthe andthe andthe
the the countrys prosperity when Democrat Democratic ¬
ic success at the t1i polls is announced halts haltsand haltsand haltsand
and ceases cea s In anticipation of Democratic Democraticblunders DemocratiCblunders Democraticblunders
blunders and a d failures failuresAllegiance falluresAlIeglnnee failuresAllegiance
Allegiance to the Gold Standard StandardWe Stnu StandardWe nrd nrdWe
We renew our allegiance to the principie prlnclr prlnclrpie princlpIc
pie of the gold standard and declare d clare our ourconfidence ourconfidence ourconfidence
confidence In the wisdom of the legisla legislation legislation legislation ¬
tion of the Fiftysixth Congress by which whichthe whichthe whichthe
the parity parltyo of all our money mone and the stabil stability stabUIty stability ¬
ity of our currency upon a gold basis have havebeen havebeen havebeen
been secured securedWe securedWe securedWe
We recognize that in the rate rates are arC a apotent npotent apotent
potent factor In production and business businessactivity businessactivity businessactivity
activity and for the purpose of further furtherequalization furtherequalizatIon furtherequalization
equalization and of further lowering the therates therates therates
rates of Interest we favor such monetary monetarylegislation monetarylegislation monetarylegislation
legislation as will enable the varying needs needscf needsc needscf
cf c the season and of all sections sectlo s to be bepromptly b bprom bepromptly
promptly prom Y met In order that trade may be beevenly beevenly beevenly
evenly sustained sust lned labor steadily employed employedand employedand employedand
and commerce enlarged The volume of ofmoney otmoney ofmoney
money in circulation was never so great greatper greatper greatper
per capita clplta as s it Is today todayWe tod todWe todayWe
We declare our steadfast opposition to tothe tothe tothe
the free and unlimited coinage of silver silverNo slIverNo silverNo
No measure measureto to that end could be consid consid94OO consldfHO considtoo
too To Philadelphia and Ret00 Ret00turn Re 4OO 4OOtarn OO OOturn
turn Via Pennsylvania Railroad RailroadAccent Ra1lrondACCo RailroadAnwat
Accent ACCo 1t of Gymnastic Union and Festival FestivalTickets Festinlrickets Festival1lckets
Tickets en sale ale June IS l to 21 good to return returnunta returnuntil returnuntil
until June 2C 2ClvrayK 2GhTa 26Always
Always hTa Complete Stocks StoekHof of Lmtiltcmd
md mill work Clear doors L25 5 by F Lfl > bej
C Co
ered which was without the support of or the theleading theleading
leading commercial countriesifef countries lf the world worldHowever worldHowever orld orldHowever
However firmly Republican Republlc = n legtiatloa mi miseem mti mtiseem mtseem
seem to have eeeured the cot counter C u itt7 tliY agrntthe agh aghtnt aghtntthe nt ntthe
the peril of base and discredited dlscreditedcurrey dlscreditedcurreythe currejjy currejjythe cure cy cythe
the election of a Democratic PreEldent PreEldentcould PreEldentconld Presidentcould
could not fall to impair the ccwtntryls credit creditznd cr creditand lt ltand
and to bring once more into q question eltfo 1 the theintention thelutentlon theIntention
intention of the American peoplSfjtB peoP peopleWmain peopleWmainbUn J main maintain caintaln ¬
bUn upoa the geld g ld EtandardtfieJtparlty standard ndard U thpaiity p rlty of oftheir oftheIr oftheir
their money oney circulation The Theji1 I tfoszorratie tfoszorratieparty omoeratic omoeraticparty nocratlc nocratlcpQrty
party must be convinced that the lhifAmlcan lhifAmlcanpeople the ASisrlcan ASisrlcanpeople Earicanpeople
people will never tolerate the fheCbicago fheCbicagoplatform e Chicago Chicagoplatform Oblcaloplatform
platform >
TruKta TruMtaAnd and Monopolies MonopoliesWe IonopolleYe
We Ye recognize the necessity nee36U and propriety pro propriety o oprlety ¬
priety o of the honest cooperation of capital capi capital capftal ¬
tal to meet new business conditions s aDd aadespecially aDdesp andespecially
especially esp IaUy to extend our rapidly increasing increasingforeign laeeastsgforeign increasingforeign
foreign trade but we condemn all eon eonspiracles eonspiracies
spiracles and combinations intended to re restrict restrict e estrict ¬
strict business to create monopolies to tolimit tolimIt tolimit
limit production or to control prices and andfavor andfavor andfavor
favor such legislation as will effectively effectivelyrestrain eIaetl effectirelyrestrain ely elyrestrain
restrain and prevent all such abases abu es pro protect protect protect ¬
tect and promote competition and secure securethe SNurethe securethe
the rights of producers laborers and all allwho allwho allwho
who arc engaged in industry and commorce com commerce commorce ¬
morceThe morce merceThe morceThe
The resolutions then refer r er to protection protectionfelicitating protectfoxfelkltaUBg protectionfelicitating
felicitating the country upon its great greatprosperity greatprOiiperity greatprosperity
prosperity thereunder Wages Wage ases it IB de declared declared declared ¬
clared are higher than ever before and andthe andthe andthe
the workingmen have been enabled eaabledthrough eaabtedthrough enabledthrough
through Its benefits finally to 4encar eater the themarkets th6markets themarkets
markets of the world worldIn woridIn worldIn
In the further interest of the working woridagman w workingman rk g gm1n
man the platform favors avers effective restric restriction restrietion Strl StrltIon ¬
tion of immigration of cheap labcr gnater gnateropportunities gnateropportunities grateropportunities
opportunities of education fer working children chil children children ¬
dren the raising of the age limit for child childlabor childlabor childlabor
labor the protection of free labar ss ssagainst asagainst s sagainst
against contract and convict labor and aa aaeffective a aeffective aseffective
effective eystenfTjl system fIaJCr labor Insurance InsuranceOur InS41rlDceOur insuranceOur
Our dependence upon foreign shipping shippingfor shippingfor pplag pplagfor
for ninetenths of o our foreign carrying is iscalled Iscalled Iscalled
called a great loss to our Industry 1ndestryaDd 1ndestryaDdserious and andserious a aserious >
serious danger to our trade and remedial remediallegislation remedialleglslatlon remediallegislation
legislation is ndvoont advocatedThe advocated advocatedThe d dTho
The platform then declares for liberal liberalpension liberalpeDBIon liberalpension
pension laws liberally administered edmlnt aDd aadpreference aDdpreference andpreference
preference should be shows wherever whereverpracticable whereerpractiable whereverpracticable
practicable to those beaeficiaries beaefk1a with withrespect withrespect withrespect
respect to employment in the public nrvIce serv service servIce ¬
ice Icei
i The Civil Service System SyatemThe SltemThe SystemThe
The Administration Is praised for main maintaining malatainlng maintaining ¬
taining efficiency In the civil service par particularly particularly particularly ¬
ticularly In regard to the colonial coIoa aI appoint
Governor Roosevelt Rooseveltmeats U Itooseveltmeats > o > > cclt ccltments
meats The territorial territorilbe etvU etvtierrkaaiesid etvtierrkaaiesidbe jegviecwjhoaid jegviecwjhoaidbo
be made up mainly of the iahdMtaats iahdMtaatsthemselves ia1uWlaatstheIDS4lves ishdbitaatsthemselves
themselves Restriction of the aegr BegTe negrefran negrefranchise fraa fraachlse rl8 rl8chlse
chlse is the South th is It coademaadiOB eioIMIeIalMll 85 revo revolutionary reolutioIiary revolutlodary ¬
lutionary adequate legislation Fier lor re reclaiming reclalmln reclaiming
claiming clalmln the arid lends 1UtI of the West Weetis Weetisasked is isasked isasked
asked asA brief approving approving sentences are aregiven aregiven re regiven
given to highway aad rural free delivery deliveryimprovemeats dettver dettverimprovemeB deliveryimprovements
improvements improvemeatsDlnRley improvemeBDlngl improvementsDingley
DlnRley Dlngl Law and the War Tax TmOf Taxor TaxOf
Of the Dingley law aw as amended une ded by the theWar theWar theWar
War Revenue act the platform says that it ithas ithas ithas
has so well performed its work that it ithas ithas ithas
has been possible to reduce the war debt debtIn debtIn debtIn
In the sum of 4ftM 48 48100808 M aDd the coca country eetl1try cocatry ¬
try It continues is justified in expect expecting expeeting expecting ¬
ing and it will be th t the e policy of the Re Republican Republican Republlcan ¬
publican party to bring about a reduction reductionof
of the war taxes taxesGovernment tuesGovernment taxesGovernment
Government construction ownership oWDer hip and aadprotection aIM aIMprotection andprotection
protection of aa Isthmian canal Is s advocated advo advocated aYQ aYQcated ¬
cated Every effort should sh < MIJd be made to toobtain toobtain toobtain
obtain new markets especially la the theOrient th thOrient
Orient the platform says
3Iattheiv 1lntthe Stanley QuayThe Quay QnayThe QunTThe
The Administration Is commended for forcommitting torrommitting forcommitting
committing the nations to the Chinese Chineseopendoor Chineseopendoor Chinesopendoor e I
opendoor policy Reorganization of th thConsular the theConsular theConsular e
Consular System is favored under a new newDepartment newDepartment ne neDepartment w
Department of Commerce to be estab established establ stnb stnblished ¬
l lished shed by Congress the head of of r which whichto Is Isto isto
to be a 8 member of the Cabinet CabinetThe CablneLTlae CabinetThe
The Boer War WarPresident VarPresident ar arPresident
President McKinleys offer ofI ojt t mediation mediationIn mediatioIn n l
In the Boer war Is commenjTea commertJ commended a While Whilewe WhUewe Whit Whitwe e
we the platform continuesY contlnu continueinust inust con continue continue continue ¬
tinue the policy prescribed by Washing Washington Washington Washington ¬
ton affirmed by every succeeding sU ecdlng Presi President President Presldent ¬
dent and Imposed impo ed upon us by The Hague HagueTreaty HagueTreaty HaguTreaty e
Treaty of nonintervention In European Europeancontroversies Europeancontrovel5ies Europeecontroversies n
controversies the American people earn earnestly earnestly earnestly ¬
estly hope that a way mayvsoon mAY n be foundhonorable found foundhonorable roundhonorable
honorable alike llke to both contendiag contendl g par parContinwd parCGntioo parContinued
Continued CGntioo on Second Pas PasThrough PaeThronJh Pate PateThrough
Through Sleeper to Buffalo via In Penn Pennsylvania PennIvanln Pennsylvanla ¬
sylvania Ivanln Railroad RailroadIn
In connection with Western 7 Sew > rv York y < < t sad P FSylvania Peno Penosylrania PsylTania
sylrania Hallway via T7 EJperium > f i > i iu Jtnctfea J Law LawW Lea LeaWashiegan va a aWashington s
Washington W toa d daily Hy at 1t 746 p m attire arm Ida CoCakt IdalGS 0 J
856 S next morning njoruiBjjAlways mendg1ns morningAlways
Always 1ns Prompt delivery delIver by our ovrn ovrnlumber ornlumber ow owlumber n I
lumber teams tt ttK and beet shingles d at t Cth a aN aIO aION 1si
N Y ave 10
i The International Relief Force ForceReadies ForceReacles ForceReaches
Readies the Capital CapitalSITUATION CapitalSITUATION
Natives Withholding Reports Con Goncernin Concerning Concerning
cernin cerning the Casualties CasnaltiesI CasualtiesLEGATIONS asna1tiesLEGATIONS
Detailed Account C UDDt of the Itaiwlan Expeditions Ex Exl ExIlefllUon =
IlefllUon l etlIUon > M I Al alleged IIe leered ed Attack UaeI on theCilymother the theCity tbeCItnother
CItnother City Another Rumor RD or That All 11 For Forelner Forel Forsigners
signers el n rll Have Been Dc n Mamtacred Massacred MassacredPIrates lnJilineredPiratell Pi Pirates ¬
rates Assail 1011 Several TownsTbeSiKiaet Tovrns TonnThe TonnTheSiKlnc The TheSiKiacfc
SiKlnc SiKiacfc Valley nile In a Disturbed DlntnrbcilCondition DilltnrbedCondition51Lon DisturbedConditionSlLong
Condition Condition51Lon ConditionSlLong SILonpr Destroyed byFireJapan by byKlrc bTFlreJapnn
FlreJapnn Klrc Japan Mobilizing an Army rm of ol27OOO ofw00o
27OOO > 000 Men for Immediate Imm dlate Trans Transport TrnDAIJOrt Transport ¬
port to the Mongolian Empire EmpireLONDON EmllrLO EmpireLONDON
LONDON LO DOX June June Tt1 1e 2 20A A despatch to the theTimes theTimes theTimes
Times from Shanghai of todays date datej datesays datesy8
says j a despatch d patdJ received through tbro gh the cour courier con COUier conier
ier service of f Shong the Chinese Diretor Diretorof D1etoof
of Railways confirms the report that Admiral Ad Admiral Admiral ¬
miral Seymour with the international internationalforces international internationalforces Internationalforces
forces arrived arrived at Pekin on June 17No 17 17No 11o
No o details have been received of the thecasualties thecawalt1es thecasualties >
casualties or the condition Ce dlU03 of 0 afiiirs a is at the theChteeee tJIeChiae theChisose
Chteeee Chiae e capital regarding which there ismuch Is Ismuch Ismuds
much anxiety tnxletyA
A despatch to a 1 news agency item em Shan Shanghai Shmg Shanghai ¬
ghai g af el f todays date says elS Resorts Reports from fromChinese from fromChlDeee fromChinese
Chinese sources rea which are credited credttadlae credttadlaeIiUte hero heroMate herpj herpjstate
state that the legatfeaa Jesatte at P Pekin Wa were safeen safe safeen sa saen
en June 17 1 and that Admiral AIiI ka1 Seymour Seymourwith Seyiawsrwith SeymMrwith
with Ute th allied forces ten had reached that thatplaee thltplaee thitpie
plaee pieOther plaeeOther plaeeOther
Other deapatchea frees r8Bi Saaaghal SMag af say the theBritish tileBrlUsh bet betBritish
British Sag was ayia Sytas ta r yesterday ye tenlay ever the thesouth tOO801Ith thesouth
south gate ol Pekta This repeat wasprinted was wasprinted Wasprinted
printed in Shanghai is the organ gaa of ShengDirector Sheng ShensDirector ShengDirector
Director of Railways Anther e report roportfrom ropertfrcm reportSmm
from Shanghai says s ys that the te Russian relief re relief relie ¬
lief lie comma colli reached Pekin ea Saturday Saturdayand SetaniaYand Sotardeyand
and at once attacked the city a ea two twosides t tsides twosides
sides with a a large terg Jar force of artillery artilleryTwelve artilJeryTwelve artilleryTwelve
Twelve haadrad red American saMtors se dkrs ace acereported arereported
reported to have reached Take ae the thetransport thetransport thetransport
transport Taoaaac They were T TManila hosed feeManila fee feeManUa
Manila bat irhea they reached Nkl aegwakithey N Nthey Nklthey
they y were seat Mitt famaifetety Y te tecllla teclllaThe EMas EMasThe CM CMThe
The despatch h la raeanl te the theattack te Ratiia Ratiiaattack Yo Yoattack
attack OB Prtsta says aaysThe i iThe saysTIle
The force IIIJIIIIfttIdT a aartaUr arrived te a aDick the thesick thenick
sick of MM t time for er th the Chiaee ripart iIiIt iitthe thC thCthe iIiItthe
the attack apse the tegatfaav had bsetr bsetrsuccessfully It It1ICCestuUy bemssuccessfully
successfully rea renwed w d On 0 Fsiis Friday F r allot allotthe aafctFtth 1IIIIIItUte
Ute Ct Chinese DeIe troops railer Mer G Gnoraig emIIr T1IIIG T1IIIGF TsagIuk
Ftth F Slang S and ad Tang Chug CI Drg attached thelegation the thelegations Ite Itelegattoaa
legations and act aet1MdIdlD OB OBbindings e Ire Ive Es apes
apesi i
1MdIdlD 1MdIdlDu1Otldtag buildingsNothing bindings bindingsNothing
u1Otldtag Nothing deteite de > leite k known ae to the theresult Utereeult theresult
result except that t t the eMees CWa em were weeappolDte4 Mi Miappointed itsappointed
appointed Other reports utterly utteJyitetl tttaered tttaeredited discredited
ited by foreigners here are that tile th Cat Cataese QItsese Chinese
aese infartateH lIIfurl t a by the destruction et atTak etT etTake
T Take Tak kv have since massacred all nil the f for fecetgners foreigners c ceigners
eigners eignersA
A aoatiad veratee veniea of these rumors rumorsre rumorsreeetnwl se secelved re received ¬
ceived at Berlin is that the French Frtmchu Frtmchuwen as aswell aswell
well as th the German allsistor air 1l5tor istor has hasklHed been beenkiHed beenkilled
killedThe killed kiHedThe klHedThe
The Shanghai eorreepoadeat etme pelldwt of the DeifyNews Dally DallyNews DallYews
News ews says Chinese officiate emck s here assertthat aaaezt aaaeztthat aaII 1t 1tthat
that they have news from Pekla up to toSunday toSuoday toSunday
Sunday The T e situation then was rely very se serfocs se sedoes e erloos
does Beyond that t t they claim to have b v received re recciT reoel
cciT oel ceived d nothing but they deny that tatspatclles da daspatcbes d
spatcbes have been withheld Although AJth s I Iports Ia Iant
a ant DOt wining to 0 adopt Ute alan alarmist l t m mrts reports
ports rts my l impresses tpres pressk oB gathered frees thecessuls the theceasuls UteCBSUls
ceasuls and the Chiaese Chiae e authorities is isthat isthat isthat
that the worst wo t is to be feared in Pakin PakinThe PektLThe PekinThe
The Shanghai Sba 1W correspondent corrc opoD4Ieet poadat of 0 the Dal Dally Ully D1la ¬
ly la Express Ex re says he is officially iafeoncd iafeoncdthat lferaedthat iefecmedthat
that Japan Is awbtttziBg DM tzlDs 25M8 5 8 mea ms s fee feemediate Im Immediate immediate ¬
mediate traaaport traaaportAdvices traDflPOrtAddees transportAdvices
Advices from fr8 l Paris say that tb t th tM Foreign ForeignOf Fw FereiguOfice lgi1 lgi1Oflce
Of Oflce ice has no official fclal news from GMaa C IaL An Aaunofficial Anunoifcial Anunomclal
unofficial cTespatch Spspatch iMteh from f > em Naakisg via Caa Caaton Caaton Geeton
ton follows News ews from Loa LOBgTdMtwaDd LOBgTdMtwaDdQuangHi LosTehew Tchow and andQuangHi andQuangHI
QuangHi says pirates have attacked several sev several H Heral ¬
eral towns They have burned the town ofSiLong of ofSiLong orSILong
SiLong near Posse The upper valley ofthe of ofthe ofthe
the SiKiaag is extremely disturbed dfsturb The Thepirates ThepIrates Thepirates
pirates are acting against tae Chinese ChteeseGovernment CIIIe ChineseGovernment se seGoernment
Government as well as the Europeans EaropoaasRTTRMAJr Et1
Three Tl Thousand > on nnd Marines > to I L Leave Leavefor cave cavefor ATe ATefor
for the Scene of Trouble TroubleLONDON TroubleLO TroubleLONDON
LONDON LO DON June 20 A despatch to theCentral tho thoCentral thoCentral
Central News from Berlin says sa the Empa Emparor Em Emror Emp Empnor
ror William has appotated General Heepf Heepfuor Heepfnor Heepfnor
nor to command a force of marines wMch wblshis WbtehIs J Jis
is to leave for China immediately This Thisforce
force consists c nslsts of the first and and seoaad batJ batJtalioos Nt NttaJioos
tattoos of naval infantry amounting in all allto a l lto
to 3 3109 menThe men menThe mooThe
The crais cruiser r Gazelle and the gHafeoat gHafeoatLuchs StlHoatLuc
Luchs Luc s have been ordered to get ready roa y to tostart tostart tostart
start for China ChinaA ChinaA ChinaA
A despatch from Tientsin of r yesterdays yesterdaysdate Yeetenkyl
date says that the German cruiser drone Iroaewith rOBe rOBewith
with 240 4i marines has gone to Take TakaBTJSSIA2T TakeRUSSIA TakeRUSSIAN
Jinny Uan 31 Men I en n Killed and Wounded untied and nnaTTO nadi andTvro
Two Gunboat Damaged DamagedLONDON D1mnJ d dLO
LONDON LO DO June 20 20A O A report of the thebombardment tJI8bo thebombardment
bo bombardment bnlment of the Taku forts by the al alMed aIHad allied
Med fleets says say that two tw Russian gaaboats gaaboatswere graboatswere 8a8Mts 8a8Mtswere
were damaged One Rttsetaa R S6taa lijaiteaaat Iigete at iwaa iwaakilled 1MBkilled wtiskilled
killed and three woiiaiad Sixteen sax Ra Raeailcrs RIII5 RIII5stall Resr3es
stall sellers were ere killed and slxtysevea slxtyseveawouaded slxtys sixsaranwounded nn nnWtHIB
wounded WtHIB woundedThe wouadedThe ed edIhe
The following despatch de patck has beea reeeiteil reseitrhs reeeiteil3IuBtc NC6ItetlIullie
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