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Boxers Said to Have MassacredFifteen Massacred IassacredFifteen
Fifteen Hundred Foreigners ForeignersC1TT Forei llers llersCITY
London Greatly Alarmed Over the theSilence tbeSilence
Silence of SevmourHOSTILE SeymourHOSTILE Seymour
Allied Iowcr Likely to Act Vlsror VIorousI
0111 ouxly LnlcKN lnle the Chlnene Situation SltuRtionIJnlrocH SituationImprove
Improve nt Once Increasing IncreasingFear IlIclcUJllnJIcnr Iiicrczui1n
Fear That the International Ilc lielief IlclIet
lief Force May Iny Have Ileen Annihil Annihilated AniilhulateilTite 4nnlhllatetlrlle ¬
ated atetlrlle The Xnnkvlllc Arrive nt ntMiaiiKhai ntIInllJhnl litSflniiglint
MiaiiKhai WHIt 1Lu1i Jh Uc Ilcuue Itcticncd cned MI MIMNIOI MIMNIOIrIeiItuiIUhi IINNlon IINNlonnrleNUulnll loii loiiarle
arle nrleNUulnll ItuKsinn CruUer Cru Iter LeaveH for j jH
InkuJllltnn IrclnreH H to Care Carelor Cnrelor Carebr
lor the Wounded of All Al Nations NationsLONDON 1Intlon8LOXDOX
LONDON June 22 22The The alarming alarmln re rejorts rearts
arts orLs of o a Chinese Chlne e assault a auIt on the theonellIftte American Americantoneulate Americann8Ulate
toneulate and ether foreign concessions at atritntsin atrIentMn atIent24n
ritntsin transmitted t mltted to the United Statee StateeNavy Stateet
t Navy Department yesterday by Rear Ad Adrniral Admiral Adxira1
rniral Kempff who Is in charge of o the theAmerican tbeAmerican
American squadron 1 at Takn arc supple supplemented supplemeatoo ¬
mented today teda a despatch from Shanghai Shanghaiwhich Shanghaiwhlek ShanghatwhLei
which says tbat it Is reported via ta Tokyo TokyoJttpun TokyoJapan
Japan that t l there has boon a general mas raassaere mass
saere s re ef e Europeans Eur peans and Americans in the thebesieged thebeliieg841
besieged city cityThe cltThe
The report places the number of o for forsigners or oreige
signers eige who M were iver put to death by the theBexers theDexers
Bexers and a their native allTes at 1S lsee lseeII iieIt 0 0It
It is also attogefi that Tientsin Is now a amug aroaM an1a
n1a mug ef Kooking oktng ruins that that after the for foreigners ¬
4 eigners were slain the city was fired by byincendiaries byht4l9lMlfarlK by1ed1rIe
incendiaries and that a frightful scene ne of ofanarchy oraJlBre ofcaureky
anarchy aJlBre r prevailed far er many hours hoursThe hoursTN boqit boqiti
The i uncertainty regarding the situation situationst situationat
at Pekin rekla magnifies mgae6 PIths the alarm that has been beenfelt
felt since deco the earliest reports from rom the theChinese tbeCWiHtse
Chinese Capital which Jtleh asserted that a gen general genoral geeoral ¬
oral massacre b had l taken place there thereIt thereIt thereS
S It Is feared h here rs that Admiral Seymours Seymoursrelief SeymoursreUe Seymoursroust
relief party may have been overwhelmed overwhelmedby
by the t Boxers and the troops annihilated annihilatedIf
If Seymour succeeded in reaching reae lBg Pekln Peklnna leklnJNr
na JIM been stated atat it is strange that he has hasnabJe ha haaabIe as asIIWe
IIWe nabJe to communicate in some way wayUTtag waythe
UTtag rthg the several venal days that have elapsed elapsedthe eiaPMt1iH ciepseQ I
Q the condition of affairs afar in th t < > walled city cityThe cityTJte cityThe
The absolute inability IaaWIlt to secure infer information lDtormat inferatsa ¬
mation mat atsa regarding regardi g the foreig oreigtos trs in Pain Pekinto PekiDIs Paini
to i eraurtng a strong seatiaent se U etlt throughout throughoutBurspe throughotltBurejl4l throughoutBureM
Burspe and unless n1ees the situation Is speeedily speeedilychnnged apeeedilycIMtaged
chnnged it is believed that the most ag aggressive aggrVI aggmMve ¬
gressive action will he taken by the theformidable oet oetIeridbk t tfor
formidable for aWahk force that can be lJe mustered uMerod by bythe bythe bythe
the allied powers powersNews OwersXows powersNowe
News from all Chinese source Is becein beceiniag beoomlag becoenleg
lag scarcer as the days pass pae It te I feared fearedthat tearedtHt feare fearethat
that when the facts become beeo known kD WIl con concerning COIlceMll8g concersiug ¬
cerning the t e acts eta of the Boxers IB various variousparts rarloosparts ariousparts
parts ef the Empire the whele world orltl will willbe wflllie WflIbe
be herrlBed herrlBedA
A despatch IIespa to the Central XeYo News dated datedSfmagkai datedI datedShaua1
Sfmagkai I Friday Frida 11 a m say says the Amen American AmerlOHMI AmenCooled ¬
can Cooled received a telegram from rose Che Chefee Chet Cheat
fee t at 1131 last night Rig + Ight t stating that the theguaheat taplll th tht
guaheat t Nashville at had arrived from fre Tnku TnkuwHh TakuwM
wHh w1t thirty U rtyt tIrtytbnee thrte rec missionaries from I1IDi Pet PciTnh PeITHo PetThe
Tnh THo THoTile
The It Xmnton cruiaer Rink sailed led yea yesterday yeateria yeat4ay ¬
terday teria from fr Yokohama Yok tar Taku Japan Japaniking Japana JapanIs
a BMlktttgprepwaU makiag iking preparations te take care of the thesailors tlMaDd thewaded
waded sailors and soldiers of all nn nnla DaU DaJR n nas
U as asJa
la the hftmUpument t of o the Taku forts fortsthe rert rertutMluMJ fortethe
the utMluMJ fimneht f aaeim aad upper works work of the Ger Germna Gerel1lbrer Cermea
mea cruiser IHte Jitl and the Russian war warships Wa WaMlJIC ¬
4 ships GHJnknnd Gnjak 1Nl Korejetz were ere much dam damn damby
n ed by the Chinese fire fireA ireA hreA
A twrchant L1eldaa t steamer belonglBg beJoasI g to a Chi Chise Obiy Cliiee
se eomnejiy y wee completely riddled and andher adMr sadJir
her captain nn Englishman EncU8 mu was killed killedTbe ktllellT killedThe
The T British sloop of war Algarine os ostructtea osII OsOsd
II cle deatrctIon tructtea through the nuddeR saddeaocea col colInriM colol
InriM ocea of a searchlight on one of o the forts fortsCaptain tortsCaptaIn fortstaIn
Captain taIn lieu the t e cemranadcr OOlJiIBltR r of o the theGerman tlteG theC
C German G reiss cruiser Htis died dlld afterward from fromthe tromtJM fro L Ltb
the tb wounds lids he had hadOEDERED received receivedORDERED recetvooORDERED
The British Admirnlty XdrnIrnltySeiidM SciulM Another AnotherForce AnotherPurce r rForce
Force of larinen larinenPORTSMOUTH nrIueNPORTSMOUTH itriziesPORTSMOUTH
PORTSMOUTH June 22 22Great Great Britain Britainhas Britainhas Brush 1 1v
v has taken another stop toward inereesing inereesingher Inereasingher Inereasiniher
her forces in China ChinaThe Chl ChinaThe a aThe
The Admiralty has ha ordered 841 able ableon ableeamon i iaeaon
eamon on and 410 marines to start for Taku Takuon Takuon
1 on June 30 30SUCCESSOR 3SUCCESSOR 30succFssoi
Count Lnmsdorfl to Take Tnk the th flue HIIHNinu RilltHiuu flueslit
slit Ninu Jorelffii olclJn Ministers Place PlaceVIENNA IlrtccYIEXA liaceV1ENA
VIENNA June 22 2Do 22Doepatehee Despatches pateh98 from St StPeter8 j
Petersburg Peter8 Urg say that Count Lamsdorff the theAssistant theA9IIktaut tb tbAselatant a
Assistant Minister of o Foreign Affairs tem temporarily lemvorarfl ternporanfly ¬
porarily vorarfl will take the place of Count Mu Muravltff Muravieff Iu Iurn11I
ravltff as Privy Councilor and Minister Ministerof r rof
of o Foreign F < eJp Affairs AffairsItalian Ailalrst AffairsItalian
t Italian J nllnu Troopn for Cilia ChliiuROME ChinnR01IE CiliaROME
ROME June 21 lThree Three more Italian ItaliancrutMrs Italiantrubws 1 1cruiens
crutMrs are preparing to go to China The TheGovernment TheGoverRmeat Thi ThiGoverament
Government is considering the advisability advisabilityof advteebliat I Iof
of despatching de8lNlt blDg lWJO troops troo part of o whom whomwill whomwill I Iwilt
will possibly be Ascaris from
Erythrea or orflcored 0 0fleered oficored
flcored by Italiant Italiant12rt ItaUanar Italiana1lr
12rt r To Toilnitluore Itnltiutore nnl more nail lie Rc i3i Iun Iuntnrn t tturn a aturn
turn via oln La Pennsylvania Unllrouil UnllrouilTicket ItnlIlcuuTiekeie itnllrojTkkete
Ticket OB tale alc Saturday and DCI Smday Jane J 23 23and a aaiei
and 14 good to rrtwN until Mtwday Mo Jose Jua S ± S
AH H trains tftl l except the OooKroaoail LiMited LiMitedHave Liit LiitJIlne UejtejIInve
Have You Seen Them Dhe Yet YetThe 1etTae Tetf TetfThe
The TKxrtfMO pIO Chccapeake Beted daily dail S3J 23 0 J
and and756prn and756prnCarpenters 7 jv I m mCnrpcntcrM m mIarpcnterJl
Carpenters i anti Builders nil Plnt Plnten Plne Plneft
ft en 11 gt IvwEit rrit grs riclI s from f m F F LiLy it Co Co I
DctallH I etalle of the Heavy Uen > FlRhtlufir nt ntTlentnln ntTlentNln atThen
Tlentnln TlentnlnLONDON TlentNlnLOCDOIj Then Ce I ii ii1ONDON
LONDON June 22 22ln In the House of ofCommons 0 0Commons
Commons C ommons today Right Hon William St StJ St StJDrodrIck StBrodrick
J JDrodrIck Brodrlck Under Secretary of o State for forForeign fororeign or orForeign
Foreign F Affairs stated that no news had hadbeen hadbeen hadon
been he hepe on received from Pekin or from rom the ex expeditionary expedlUonlry ¬
peditionary pe peJ dittonary force under Admiral Seymour SeymourNews SeymourNews SeymourNews
News by runner from rom Tientslnof Tientsln of date I te ot otJuno otJuno ofuno
Juno J uno IS IS which reached r Taku yesterday yesterdaystated yesterdaystated yesterdayated
stated st ated that several attacks had been made madeand mnd mndand maded
and an d repulsed repulsedOn repulsedOn repulsedOn
On June 17 thi th Chinese shelled the for foreign forga or orelgn ¬
eign ol ga settlement The Chinese military militarycollege militarycollege militaryllege
college co cofo llege was then attacked by a a mixed mixedforce mixedorce mixedrce
force fo orce rce of o 175 l 5 Austrians British Germans Germansand Germansand Germansnd
and a nd Italians They destroyed the guns gunsand gunsand gunsnd
and a nd burned the college which contained containedstores containedstores containedtores
stores s of ammunition and killed one of Ita itsdefenders Itaeendcrs itaefenders
defenders d The four heavy field guns of ofthe o othe
t the th e Russians did excellent service serviceThe serviceThe
The British had 1 killed and 5 wounded woundedthe woundedtho
the t he Germans 1 killed the Italians Italianswounded Italiansounded 2 2wounded
wounded w and the Russians 7 killed and andI
5 wounded woundedThe woumtodThe woundedThe
The Chinese during durin the night of o June 17 17tried 17tried
tried t to seize the bridge but were re repulsed repUlsed reulsed ¬
pulsed p ulsed with loss including it is reported reportedone reportedone
one o ne general generalMr geJcralIr
Mr Ir Brodrick weal on to say that the theBritish theBritish
British B ritish rear admiral at Taku Bruce tele telegraphed telegraphed ¬
BT graphed g Bg last night that information from fromTientsin tromTientsin
Tientsin T ienisin on June 20 was to the effect that thatfighting thatfiGhting thatghting
fighting fi was going goin on and that reenforce reenforcements reenoce reenocements ¬
ments m ents were wer required requiredAnother rcqulrodAnother
Another telegram sent last night which whichcame whichcame
came c ame by way wayofChqfoo ofChfifoo oCCh foo this morning said saidI
1 am hoping that Tientsin will be re relieved rcHcnd ¬
lieved li eved tonight Jane 21 21 No news has bosbeen hasbeen haseen
been b een received from Admiral Seymour SeymourThe Seymour SeymourThe
The Terrible this morning landed Inn ed 2S2 2S2officers 352officers
officers o and men and 29S s of the battalion battalionof
of o f the Royal Welsh Fusiliers and Engin EnginMr EBgineers Esginons
eers e ons
Mr Brodrkk expressed ed the belief that thatvarious thatarlouB
various v other bodies of 0 troops would arrive arrivela arrivela arriven
la i n a day or two tw if they had not been land landed lmded landl ¬
ed e l already alreadyAMERICANS
3IIntKter 3 Conner Family Mentioned Mentionedum
In n Letter FruItt From um 1ckln 1cklnNEW cldn cldnEW
NEW EW YORK YORK June 22 22Mrs 21Irs Mrs Headland Headlandwife IIeadlaudwlte headlandwile
wife of o Prof Headland of the Methodist MethodistUniversity Methodisttniyersity Iethooiattniverslty
University at Pekin now here on furlough furloughhas furloughhas furloughas
has h as just received a letter from Mrs Irs Kath Katharine Kathtrine Kathnne ¬
trine a nne M Lowry under date of o Pekin May Mayin ay
5 in which she mentions a number of ofAmericans otmerlean 01Americana
Americans merlean She sayc saycDr sayaDr Y YDr
Dr Walker the Misses taes Martin 1UUR and Mr MrMartin MrMartin Ir IrlIuUn
Martin are expected next week Mrs Irs Con Conger Conger Conger ¬
ger wife of Minister Conger C > er brought IJroug t lk lkwith id idwith k kith
with ith her Mrs Irs Woodward and her laugh daughter dIIu laughter h hter ¬
ter who will remain till June or July and sa L LMise
Miss 1188 Payer who will remain a year ear She Sheis SheIs r rs
is I s teaching Miss 11 Conger COD < er being one of o the theThe tile1iDe6t theneot
1iDe6t neot miniature paiDt painters iDCbiease in Chicago ChicagoThe
The whole legation te to ge to the Hills Hillsas lnIJsas littleas
as Mrs 1 Conger er is afraid to have her herdaughter herdau hexdaughter
daughter dau bter go to PeiTalHo after her un unfortunate UDtortyaate unfortunate ¬
fortunate illness there last summer Ml MlConger Mie MieConger 1 1Con
Conger Con ttr does not seem to be greatly im improved Improved Improved ¬
proved by her trip to America Two globe globetrotters globetrettet1 globetrottere ¬
trotters Miss II Lewis a friend of Dr Bald Baldwin flaWwin ¬
win 10 and Mrs ira Shepherd are here for a ashort ashort t L Labort
short stay Rev He Dr Clark President ef efthe o othe t tthe
the Christian Endeavors with Ith his wife oU and andlittle audtttle an i iittle
little l boy bo are at Tientsin where wher there te tea Ita ii I Ia
a big bI < convention of Christian Endeavorere EndeavorereProf Endea EadeavotereProf Yorer6 Yorer6Prot
Prof Wright of Oberlin is to preach to tomorrow tomorrow ¬
morrow He and his sonare are on their way wayto wayto Wa Wato r
to Siberia to tpend the summer in geologi geological geologieal geologicat ¬
cal studios Mr 1 Lowry is 1 preparing to go gointo golute ge geInto
into the interior with a party of o three threemining threeJDiuillllt i iminh
mining minh experts sent out by b a New ew York Yorksyndicate YorkDdkate Yor Yorsyndkae
syndicate Ddkate They formed a large cavalcade cavalcadeThey C1llcadeThey cavalcadeThey
They have gone go up beyond KuHaiKow KuHaiKowand KuHaiKouand
and Jehoj JehojIffOBrLIZIXG Je oj ojMOBILIZING
Fourth Itattnlton to Leave for San SanFrnnelxcn SnnFrnuelcn I IFranefec
Frnnelxcn Tomorrow TomorrowBOSTON 1nnlnrrcnTOOSTOIj lomorroivBOSTON
BOSTON June 22 2Lleu1 Lieut S A W Pat Patterson Pat Pattel8Oft Patlemon ¬
lemon United States Marine ariDtt Corps left leftthe lortthe L Lthe
the Cbarleslown Marine Barracks last lastnight lastnlht last L Lnight
night with a detail of one sergeant two twocorporals twoC6rporals tw tworporals
corporals c and eighteen marine privates privateswho privateswho privateswho
who will join the Fourth Battalion assem assembling emhling amemung ¬
bling l ung at New e York for service v1ee in the Phil Philippines Philipplnos Philippines ¬
ippines or China They leave for San SanFrancisco SanFraDCheo Sax I IFrancisco
Francisco tomorrow tomorrowTbe tomorrowThe tomorrowThe
The United U ited States steamer Dolphin Dolphinwhich DolphInwhleb Dolphinwhich
which is coming to the navy yard to b bdrydocked b3 b3drdoekod bdrydocked
drydocked cleaned and generally over overhauled overhaukd overhauled ¬
hauled for hersummer her isullH ler cruising arived in inthe Inthe lx t tthe
the lower harbor Hr or just before dark last lastnight lastnight ias L Lnight
night and came eam up to the navy yard early earl r
this th morning morningLOOKS morotngLOOKS morningLOOKS
The Arreift rrelltorthe bf the ExDirector of ofIOXtH orIot oi t tiets
Iot IOXtH C Con Coni4terei1 > U UHAVANA iclcrf11 llollnbh llollnbhHAVA lnslinbIchAVANA
HAVANA HAVA A Jun Ju 21 lDirector Director of f Posts PostsBristow PoetsrIatcrw t tBFIMOW
Bristow rIatcrw has completed eom eted his hi Investigation Investigationof t tof
of the pestoOfee poote ftnov 7 DC1 after consulting consultingwith OOBsulUDgWith coasultini1th
with 1th Governor dblieral G f vral Wood has decided decidedto deckledto I Ito
to hand aver all albaJte the papers I rs to the fiscal fiscalagents AtI1agests I Iagents
agents who will wn carry wrs rry on the case on be behalf belaIC beitalr ¬
half of the Government GovernmentMr Gon Goverth > rfh 1eDt 1eDt2oJr ent entMr
Mr Bristews interview with oxDirector oxDirectorRathbbne exDlre tor torRath1 r rItathbone
Rathbbne Rath1 ne yesterday ye y was very unsatisfac unsatisfactory uoaatistactOlJ uneatisfactory ¬
tory the latter being unable to remem remember remember rememher ¬
ber occurrences boot a1toutwltkh which he was ques questioned qu qutioned questioned ¬
tioned The outlook ouq ok is i black for or Rath Rathbone RathboDe Itathbone
bone whose arrest arre t is expected expectedTho eXJeitedTho expectedThe
Tho case of the customhouse men who whoare whoare wh whare
are accused of o defrauding the Government Governmentis Governmenis
is expected to come up soon Those Th in incharge lx n nchargeo a acharge
charge chargeo of the case for 01 the prosecution ex expect expect cxpoet ¬
pect the conviction of o all or nearly all the theaccused theflCCu th C Cuccused
accused accusedITGHTIif uccusedPIGHTIXI1G OO OOFIGHTI1iG
ITGHTIif G THE TflEfoundlands GOVERN3IENT GOVERN3IENTNewfoundlands GOVER T TXcnfonndlnnd8
Newfoundlands foundlands Czar Using UeEn Pressure Pressuret Pressur e ej
t to < > Obtain ti Concession ConcessionHALIFAX CoucellllluulIALIFA ConcenulonHALIFAX
HALIFAX N S June 22 22There There is a adeadlock adeadlock adeadlock
deadlock between tha Government and R RG R RG 11G
G Reid who Is styled the Czar of o New Newfoundland Xcwtoundland Newfoundland ¬
foundland who owns own all the railways railwayscoast railwayscoost raiiwayicoast
coast steamers telegraphic ilnes lines and most mostof mostot mos t tof
of the mineral deposits and forests In the thecolony thecolony th thcolony
colony colonyMr colonyIr colonyMr
Mr > Reid recently organized a company companywith companywith companwith
with a capital of o 2700000 to take over overhis overhis ove r rhis
his Newfoundland property and fran franchises tranchIses franclIses ¬
chises To make this legal the consent of ofthe o oUie c cthe
the Government to the change chan e had to be besecured beseeured b e esecured
secured The present pr ent Government which whichhas whichhas whir ii iihas
has been in control of o affairs for some somemonth som C Cmonths
months is hostile to Reid and refuses to togive 0 0give
give its consent consentReid consentReid
Reid is making his power felt however howeverand r rand
and has ordered a cessation of a large largeamount largeamount lang e eamount
amount of development work in the col colony L Lony ¬
ony Ho had the foundation completed for fora fora ft ir ira
a great reet hotel in St St Johns which the peo people people C CpIe ¬
ple are anxious to see completed but work workis wor worIs k kis
is stopped on this pending pendln a settlement settlementof it itof
of his differences with the Government GovernmentOne GovernmentOue GovernmentOne
One Pure to KniiKux City Cft and Itcturn ItcturnVia IteturnYln fletor fl flVlnBO 1
Via VlnBO VlnBOAccount B t O OAceettBt oAce
Ace u t XfcCicnal i oal Convention Democratic party part r
Tickets Ikbtsw eald oM and good goias llg July JuJ 1 2 2 3 good for forreturn 1 in inretain
return leaving Kansas City Cit saUl July 9 9Flynni 0Flynns
Flynni FInn Ittislncss College Stli and K KfS Kt5tliIiJS I L L5Cctus
fS t5tliIiJS CVcras OfSre Examination ExamiNUoPlnterer ExamintIon5 ExamintIon5Plasterers 5 5Plasterers
Plasterers l jet Lowed Lath 1rlce 1rlcerh Irieeb
rh 1 N S l av 1 nw Fi Fb = s kths only 300 300
Government G overnment Officials Favor Calling CallingCongress
Congress m in Extra Session SessionCondItlonll
CondltionN C In the Orient Regarded an nilExceelnJly
Exceedingly Critical CrltIcalThe The Chinese Chinese3IIiiI CblnelleJllnlHtcr
3IIiiI Minister tcrr Kvldcutlr Creatly JaI JaItnte
laCed tnte Calls on or Secretary Sccetnr > Shy JlU and nnl1M
IN Xot Ileceived nx Cordially CordIal au auHitherto illSI1Uberto
Hitherto IltthertoA A IONKlhlltt loeelbulity That air 3IrVu
Vu 11 31 In lny ay llecelve HIM UI Passports In Ina Inn
a Daj Dnor Dfl or Two TwoSo oxo Xo Word Oltl Yet From FromCoiifjer FronlCouJer
Coroner or JlcCulln 3IcCullnIdItloulll 3IcCullnIdItloulllTroop Additional AdditionalTroops
Troop to lie llu Stunted hed From 3IanIla 3IanIlaThe InnlloThe
The only advice receive from China Chln by bythe
the t he department officials today was a brief briefdespatch brledcsp
dcsp d despatch tch stating that t1 1t two British cruIsers cruleerabad crullerahad
bad h ad arrived at Shanghai en route to Taku TakuI TakuNo
I No word came from Kempff It is re regarded regarded
garded g arded as certain that additional trcopj trcopjwill mopJwIl11eac
will wIl11eac t leave Manila for Taku before Mssday MssdayAt b daJ daJAt
At present the State Department is high highly hlahpleuied ¬
ly l y pleased with the attitude of o the powers powersancnt pJwersnncnt
ancnt a nent the Chinese situation and it is in ini
i tended t that the American farces shall co 0 0operate
j operate o in restoring peace and protecting protectinglife protectingme protectingife
life l ife and property propertyOpinion propertyOpinIon
Opinion in the tle departments favors an anextra ane
extra e tra session scs Ion of o Congress for the purpose purposeof purpsOr
of o f declaring that a state of o war With Ch na naexists
exists e The situation it is said warrants warrantsthis warrsatsthis
this t his and speedy action Is urgently deelrad deelradThe desiradThe I
The serious turn taken in the Chinese Chinesesituation Chinesesituation Chineseituation
situation s caused much activity and anxie anxiety anxiety
ty t y not only at the State Department but butat butat
at a t the War ar and Navy avy Departments The Thefiring Thefiring
firing fi ring on Tientsin and the destruction of lCtho
the American Consulate following the bom bombardment
bT bardment b of o foreign naval vessels ves els by the theTaku
Taku T aku orts Is regarded as open hostility hostilityand
and a nd there is now no no question but that a astate astate atate
state s tate of o war between China and this Gov Government Government Govrament ¬
ernment e exits exit whether such a condition conditionhas
has h as been officially declared or not notMr notIr notMr
Mr Ir Wu Vu the Chinese Chin Minister was the thefirst thefirst therst
first fi rst caller at the State Department Depart at this thismorning thismorning
morning and held a hurried conference conferencewith coDterencewith
with Secretary S etary Hay There was little of ofthe o othe
the t th he composure and cordiality formerly ex exhibited exhibited ¬
hibited h iblted between the Secretary of o State and aadthe
the Chinese Ambassador and the latter ap appeared appeared ¬
I peared p eered very much worried After the con conference cootereBe c cereace ¬
ference tereBe f ereace he stated that no decision bad badbeen hallI
I been given him as to declaration of war warand waraDd warand
and that he had hear < no new sews from his hisGovernment hisGOerDDHllt hisGovernment
Government GovernmentIt
It is believed by tile State Department Departmentofficials Department1a18 Departmentolileisis
officials 1a18 that Mr r Wu will be bended his hispassports hispe hispassports
passports pe rts before ore Monday MondayAt M3dayAt
I At the War Departm DetWlIt t firm belief is ex exr cxthat
5 r ° js ° ° ° d that the im tmniai rial r forces f n8 are aiding aidingJ adln adlnI adtngthe
J the Boxers openly and using their t dr artillery artilleryagninet artilleryI artilleryahnot
agninet a the foreiga forshgnara > rs This Thl in itself It Itis Itis itIs
I I is stated would be a peat rat enough prove provocation ¬
I cation and when a tOU ioupiel < ou Ied M with 101 the covert covertacts covertBell
acts > committed no alternative aJ rRatfve but war can cinbe C1nbe
be had hadNo hado
No o word was heard from Minister Con Ccnger Cenger Conger
ger today and the President has eeaee1 eeaee1attempting eeuelattemptlDg cease ceaseattempting
attempting to reach reack him through mes messages M8Ses amagee ¬
sages es The fate of Captain McCaila 1 11 still stillin stitiIn tlll tlllIII
in doubt doubt obt and an both of these tll I matters ar an anseniog antO j jserving
serving to make the department officiate officiatedesperate o Idaldeeperate octai
desperate desperateGeneral deeperateG
General G I MacArtkur YaeArt ur Uiy wired the War WarDepartment WarDepartmeat
Department that the Ninth Iatk Infantry Bad ladmobUbed halmobilized Badmobilized
mobilized at Manila and would embark embarkfor eatarkfor rk rktor
for Thins Tak tomorrow The regiment aim numbers DUMb4ns ¬
bets 135 1 men mea all in splendid Jldid condition condUicnHe eoadllienHe
He states that there are transports enough enoughat enonghat
at Canto to despatch SW i 0 more men These Thesewill TrenIl Thesewill
will be taken either from the Eighteenth Eighteenthor L Lor
or Twentyfourth Infantry InfantryIt
It is realized that the handful of o ma marines marines nsanines ¬
rines now in China cannot not cope co > e with withthe withtile i
the situation and the Nay Ija y Department Departmentexpresses Departmeaiexpresses t texpr
expresses expr s fear that the 130 marines sent srntto Sntto sentto
to the relief of o the American Consulate Consulateat
at Tientsin will be destroyed by sheer sheerforce sheerforce beerto
force to of numbers It is urgently desired desiredthat desiredthat t tseveral
that several regiments of o infantry be on onbaud onhand I Ihand
hand baudLord handLord handLord
Lord PauBcefote the t e British Amba Ambador Ambador Ambasea Ambaseador
dor was 18 at the State Depertemat D parteast today todayas t
as was M f Caatbon the French Fte eh Ambassador Amba5ador Ambassa Ambasandor ¬
dor Both held conferences with 1th Secreta Secretary Secretary Secretsry ¬
ry Hay and aside from admitting that thatthe tbattM thaithe
the situation was extremely critical criticalwould ciUQIwoulil citlcalsa
would ° say sa nothing nothingAfter notblngAfter nothingAfter
After the CaWaet meeting today it was wasstated was8tated C Cstated
stated at the State Department Depl rtlIeIIt that the theGovernment tileerDJMDt thepvernment
Government pvernment erDJMDt bad reconsidered its attitude attitudetoward atUbt atUbttoward attitw4toward
toward China since the Thins T k fort incident incidentand loeldeataDd Iucideaand
and that the action of the Chinese Chin blareae te Gov Government GO GOcrament Gorernment ¬
ernment in Bring on Tientsin bad changed changedthe ehaagedthe I Ithe
the views of the officiate o The feeling is isthat islhet Ii Iithat
that a state > of o oar ar exists and that the thefact thetact i ifact
fact should be officially o ctall declared declaredAs dedaredAs declaredAs
As a result ef the discussion ot the theChinese UaeChloese th i icia
Chinese cia situation by the Cabinet today todayenquiring todaya todaytelegram
a telegram WH afterwArd sent t t to Genera GeBeralacrthllr GeneraMacAnther
acrthllr enquiring e bow many BlaB troops in inaddition InIIdditJOft ii 1 1ddtioa
addition to the Ninth iBtl1 Infantry cook ceuldservice eeuldbe i ibe
be spared for service in China ChinaMB ChinaMR ChinaLITOUMAN
Gets the Vacant ncnnt Place o oduKtrlnl on tile In IndUHtrlnl Iiidustrial
duKtrlnl CommisHloii CommisHloiiCharle COJUnliHHlnnCharlES CornririselonCharles
CharlES H l Litchman of o New Jersey Jerseywas Jerseywas Jerseywas
was appointed a member of o the Industrial IndustrialCommission IIdustrlnlCommiS6lon IxduatrksCornmisaion
Commission today by the Preident vice viceM vIceM vIe vIeM
M D Ratchford resigned resignedMr resignedMr y
Mr Litchman has been living in itCam Cam am
den N J for about a year esr voting there then S
last so is credited credlt to New Jersey His Hi S
home has always been In Marblehead Marblohead11lS6
Mass 11lS6 however and it was through the tb
backing of o the Senators and delegations a
from that State thrt ho
secured this ¬
ap appointment appolntmcnt appointrncnt
pointment He WTS s born in Marblehead Marbleheadabout M rblehead rbleheadabout I Iabout
about flftytwo ytsrs Y 3rf > < igo go and was the pub publisher publisher pubUsher ¬
lisher of a newsjrer In his home town townfor townfor i ifor
for some ome years before serving In the Man Massachusetts Mansachuaetts los lossachwetts ¬
sachusetts Legislature LegislatureCOTTON LcglslnttreCOTTON LegislatireCOTTON
Growing Scarcity of the Staple In InNew InXen Ix xi xiesv
New esv esvClINNATI Orlei OrleiCINCINNATI Orlennlt OrlennltCI
CINCINNATI CI INNA TI June 22 22A A H lL Warren Warrendealer Varrendealer I Idealer
dealer in cotton at 118 East Canal Screet Screethas Seethas Sreethas
has shipped to the Robert Moore Compa Company Companr Company ¬
ny at New Xe Orleans 200 IJO bales oi cotton cottonat ottonat otto a aat
at 0 14 cents a pound poundand and expects laore laoreSouthern doreSouthern trior e eSouthern
Southern orders ordersThis ordersThIs ordersThis
This same cotton was originclly o gnEily sent senthere senthere sea t there
here from New Orleans at 7 12 senis senisa cent eDtEa S Sa
a pound but such heavy shipments have haveben haeen bar e ebeen
ben en made from the South that the sup supply supply supply ¬
ply there is running short and has to tobe tobe t 0 0he
be filled from the North This is the thefirst theOrst th e efirst
first time in many years that the North Northhas Noithhas Not Li Libaa
has been called on to o ship cotton to the theSouth Ui e eSouth
South SouthnoO South3O
noO Special Iler tcrentlon atioii Trip 3SO 3SOTo o oTo 0To
To Old Point Norfolk Virginia 1rgin 2 BeacU Best eac and at
Oce Ocean n View vi via Norfolk aid aLl Washinrtor Washin tGn st staa tn1 iuT
Saturday 680 p m m Hound trip tickets to to > Fort Fe it
Monroe Ioarot and Norfolk good to return Sunday night t
t35o 350 5O Schedule Sche ule page 7 7Carpenters 7Cnrpenter 7Carpenters
Carpenters get Lovreit Suds Itl on Lnin Lninb Lunlber Lursber
b ber r and mill work lists from F libbey Co C
Board BoardJ 150 150
Bnt B ut Tiro o DclcKatonB DeJcJ Hon Personally PersonallyCongratulate PerJlonnllrConJrntulnte PersonallyCongratulate
Congratulate Mr McKInley McKInleyThe 3lcKlnlerTho McKinleyThe
The crowds expected at the White House Housethis Housethis houseis
t this th is morning to congratulate the President Presidenton
on o n his renornlnatlon bid not appear The Thehomeward Thehomeward Theomeward
I homeward h bound delegations for the most mostpart most mostpart mostart
It hp
part p hta art either elth r did not pass through the Capi Capital Capital Capit ¬
t tal ta t or else they decided not DOci to stop sto over As Asa Asa
fl a consequence but two parties were re receiv received received reeeivd ¬
ae ed e d One of of them was formed 1o med of o Yansas Kansaspeople Yansaspeople Yansaseople
r people p headed by J Ralphj RalP Ra1ph Burton of o Abi Abilene Abllene AbIne ¬
lene lo ne a Senatorial aspirantjto asplrantl aspirautto to succeed Sen Senator Senator Sontor ¬
j ator a tor Baker They were werejon on tazS early earlywearing earlywearing earlyearing
wearing w wIn earing big sunflower baBges bapges and show showing showIng showg ¬
ing In g much enthusiasm Besides D ld05 being first firstlast firstlast firstst
last la st and all the time fcrJMcKinley r rorMcKinley t4 lcKlnI6Y they theyclaim theyclaim theyaim
clp claim cl aim to have been the original o gtnal Roosevelt Rooseveltpeople
people p and accordingly feel teel themselves themselvesright
right ri ght in line for whatever wlIate fel good ood things may maycome maycome
come c cth ome to the surface should should1 the party p carry carrythe carrythe
the th e fall elections elecUansAbout J
About sixty members ol Q the Homiltn HamlltnClub hiamiltnlub
Club C lub of Chicago under the leadership of orComptroller
Comptroller C Dawes also called Tte TbePresident TtePresident
President P received them as he had te tieKansas teKansas
KF Kansas K ansas people In the 3ast ast Room Mrs MrsFred
Fred F red Bangs wife of the th clubs Chairmanpinned bbairnianlaned chairman
pinned p laned a large club baa bnile c on Mr tfcKln icK1Dleys
leys b ys breast Liver Us members of o the theparty
party p arty visited the war room upatilrs rud rudSaw rfJdsaw indaw
Saw S aw the method in vogue for keeping keip 1lg track trackof trckor
of o f the naval vessels e ls cf c the nation nationAmong nationAmong
Among the Senatorial callers w were < re reSpooner reSpoontr
Spooner S pooner of o Wisconsin Platt of Connect CJnneetlcut
cut c ut and Carter of Montana The Cqa Cqagresslonal Cq11rtSSlonal
gresslonal g ressional representation ettll in town wn is isvery Isory
very v ve ory small and as a consequence cOft quence the call callers cnIlers
ers e ns from rom official life were few tcwThe fewThe
The President Pre ldent received the following tollowlngtelegram
telegram t from Governor Roosevelt Just Justbefore justbetore justefor0
before b efor0 midnight last night nightXewr nightSew
Sew Y 1erk rlc June SI SIHon 1 11Ion
I Hon H on William McKMrir I Kialy Wariuagtes D C CI CI
I appreciate apptf4 te deeply tI ywir e eescvatsdaflas craudaii UI1a M sad am m1proud
proud p roud to be lUKxuUd otiatd iOItt4 with w uti 811 a the t ticket ticketTIIKOiiuKE tickclTIIKOIJOHE
The telegram was made public after the theCabinet theC theabinet
Cabinet C abinet blnet meeting meetingTelegrams meetingTelegrams
Telegrams of congratulation by the hun bundreds hundreds
dreds d reds have been pouring into the White WhiteHouse VhiteHouse
House h ouse today l a from rom all nh sections 1i IoD ef o the world worldEven WorldEen
j Even E ven South America and ararly n rIy all the theEuropean
j European E uropean countries are represented rep ated It is Isnol isot
i not n ot expected however that they the will be bemade
i made m ade public publicTHE publicTHE
r Three T hree Huurn Session Devoted I to Con Condition CouItlun ¬
dition Itlun In China ChinaThe ChinaThe
The Cabinet meeting this morning mornIn was wasone wasone wasne
one o ne of the longest since the Spanish war warIt W3rIt
It I t was 11 oclock when the members set settled settled ¬
tled t ied down to work and It was nearly nearlyocleck 2 2oclock
oclock o clock before the meeting broke up Aft After Arter Af t ¬
er o r it Li Secretary Hay announced that he had hadnothing hadnothin
nothing n new from China ChinaPoMiofcster ChinaPoetnester
Postmaster General Smith after the thesession these
session se s indicated that t 1at much ef the time tinewas timewas timewas
was devoted de ted to a ditcumion d of the Chi Chinese ChlDeee ¬
nese sUuatioa He mentie mentioned ed th tM tact feetthat tactt1lat
that t hat the Roosevelt ROO nomination was stoat stoatsatisfactory JIIOtItslt
satisfactory slt facOl to the Administration Mc McKinley Ic IcKIDley
Kinley and Roosevelt will make a great greatvotegetting greatoeget greetvotegetting
votegetting oeget D ticket h lie said saidAsked MNsked laidAsked
Asked sked as to the rumor from Havana that thatMajor thatlajor
Major Rathbooe was to be b arrested b bd 1M 1MdDifId hedenied
d denied ai d all knowledge kDowi d t ef Uw subject and andaid lidsaid
said aid that t the department here had issued issuedno eel eelRO
no order looking lookin < toward the imprisonment imprisonmentof OaBtent OaBtento
of o the late Cuban Director oC Pe Pets ts He Headded He8dded liedded
added e dded however that General GeaeralBristo Bristow who whois whos
is I s now oa th the island has complete power powert JM wer werte
t te o take any action ke algaL desire desireOBJECT de re reO
Their nxpulniun 1ron Iro the he 1nlllp 1nlllpIiIiiCH lnlllpIhle iflhii5lilies
lilies Under Ctveuittflon CtveuittflonAdministration U1ulunAdmiietntloa DtaeaseiunAdmInistratIon
Administration cffidais r regned grt gld the prop propaeUlon propo propnettles
nettles o or the Filipinos to expel the friars friarsfrom trta trtafAHl1 friarsront
from f ront the Philippines PbUiea as tbe t most leaper Imporlaston ImlI leaperant < ¬
taut t qDe8t1olt to be considered rM by the PlaU PlaUI
I Ippfae i COIDIIIIMtoa laston Tab whit be the last lastI tpropo lastprotioa
propo protioa to be fOMidft coasidared li 3 I the themission Com Commission Comi
i mission and they will gift much time and andattention andaUeaUoa andttention
attention a to it IL The Philippine hulippdne Commis Commission CoRamisstoa Coamiaoe ¬
sion h oe te given full mu U authority te deal witti wittithe iUl iUlI
I the subject subjectIt subjectit
It Is recognized by the omcials that thatsomething thatlIOIIIetalllb thataomething
I something must be done te curb the power powerof powero powerof
of o the friars in the kfeadii They are areconsidered areeeDIIIdered
considered a menace te a peaceful govern government grvernDleBt governmeet ¬
meet ef the natives DIltlv At the same time timetheir Umotheir timeheir
their t rights as residents reside ts are 1 to be respected respectedA BPect BPectA
A high official of the Government said this thismorning Olismornln lix I Imorning
morning morningWe mornln mornlnWe
We cannot take then by the scuff ef efthe 01tlie
the neck aDd pitch them m into the sea We Weconot Wecnuet Wecanet
conot kick them out without rvcagaizlas rvcagaizlastheir I rcognIzlatheir gafzjg gafzjgI
their rights at the same time we havo havoget haoget
I get to do something to get rid of their t etr In laflBence InIhleBc inlicence
licence They are hated by the natives tins and andas Rtlas an Ir I
as long as they stav SUlI IB the t e Hands tutda they theywill t theywli ey eywill r
will wli be a source of trouble troublePlans uMblePlIIDS troebiePlans
Plans for their expulaien expvis on will be die discussed tllsc1t8ll6d diecussed ¬
cussed by the Philippine Commission and andit andIt anitit
it is probable that some arrangement arrug t will willBAZTUIOHE m mbe I Ibe
be made to pay them themfor tor their > lOItr lOItrBALTIMORE ropartyBALTIMORE
Youiijcsterj Badly llnI Hart by b Palliux PalliuxFront FnllhlJlroDl FalliratFrom
BALTIMORE June 22 22Edgar Kdgnr Anderson Andersonten All Aadernenten er oo ootea
ten years old eon of Richard Anderson Andersonmet ADdenonJlHt Andersonmet
met with a painful injury yesterday by byfalling bytailing by r rfalling
falling from a cherry tree The limb on onwhich 011walch ox I Iwhich
which he was sitting broke brok causing him to tofall tofan ii iifall
fall and his right ri u leg le < to strike a wire fen tee teeTJIe fenieThe e eThe
The skin and flesh were wer te t tern n from fn hi lab knee kneeto ne kneeto
to the t ankle He was 1 sent at 1o th O the Maryland MarylandUniversity ayl I IUniversity
University CDiTety Hospital Hol in the t Southwestern Southwesterndistrict SeaUlweer L Ldistrict
district ltt ambulance abuAno The Te boys bs father faker is an anelectrical a ax C Celectrical
electrical strike strikeArthur cetrel strue stniksArthur worker wer and I fe at present pDt on onstrike O tie tiestniks
Arthur rthur W Rider Rid the t foarteeayearod foarteeayearodson frlSeod frlSeod8f toeznteeaearo I Ison
son ef o Patrolman wm William B Rider
8f Patm K ReT was wasgathering w I Igathering
gathering gatler g cherries crr yesterday yee in a tree en enCallow tn tne cx 1 1Callow
Callow e Hill near Der Braid Dh mu Park Prk when whe be befell h hr S Sfeii
fell to the ground ga a distance t of Mteea feet feetelbow feet feetbreaking
baklo breaking h his ar arm bt hotwen te the wrist r and andelb am I Ielbow
elbow elb He 11 walked a1e borne h and ad was WIS taken takento takn taknto take a ato
to the Maryland arlao General Gen 1 Hospital Hotl where wherethe wherethe when S Sthe
the fractured limb 1Mb was sat satOS ta taI aetIN
Counsel Apply 111t1r for n n Writ rl of Cer Certlornrl CerHornC Certiorsil
tlornrl tlornrlIn HornC tiorsilIn
In the the e case c of Benjamin Ifjaln H H Snell Snellconvicted Snellconcted Snellconvicted
convicted of o murder mu er and andsntenct sentenced to t be behanged behanged b a ahanged
hanged Friday Fiday next next is the District Disrct jail jailMessrs jaI JailMessrs
Messrs Iessr Turner and Mitchell ltheJ counsel ccl for forthe torthe fo r rthe
the defendant deenn today toda1 fileda 1ea petition pettoB in the th thSupreme
Supreme Court Cour of o the th United Unie States State for forwrit a awrit awit
writ wit of ot certiorari cortorri to require requlrE the te Court of ofAppeals O OAppeas f
Appeals Appeas for the te District DisrIc to t certify oerly the rec record record necord ¬
ord of the proceedings to the higher court courtAt courtAt courtAt
At his trial Sneils counsel cuel made a plea pleaof pla pie a aof
of insanity insltr as a a defence and aD it is on the thetrial te tetrial Lb e etrial
trial courts refusal retUsl to admit ami certain cerin evi evidence ev evldence ¬
dence in substantiation subtantato of ot the plea that thatthe thntthe thu thuthe
the petition petton Is based basedMr bed bedMr basedMr
Mr Mitchell mchel of ocouBseLtor couaselftor Snell Snel also alsoappeared alsoappeared ate 0 0appeared
appeared before Justice Justce Cole C1e Cole In Criminal CriminalCourt Crimina 1 1Court
Court Xo 1 and moved thit the execution executionbe a abe
tht exeuton exeutonb
be b delayed until unti such time Umi as a action acton is istaken Istaken I a ataken
taken by the Supreme Court Cour of o the United Unlcd Unite d
States on the petition pettion for tor certiorari crtori Af After A Atel Alter ¬
ter tel hearing hearin argument argment on the question the thecourt thecourt th e ecourt
court overruled the motfbn mUn Assistant AssistantDistrict Asitant AsitantDstict Lt LtDistrict
District Dstict Attorney Atorney Gould Gol then ten moved move that thata thu it ita
a warrant of execution eectin lj i issued ised This ThisJustice ThisJustice Thi 5 5Justice
Justice Clabaugh Clabugh ordered to be b done doneIt doneIt doneIt
It is understood understoo that tht counsel c unsel for Snell Snellwill Snel Sne II IIwill
will wi appeal to the he President Preient for a respite respitefor restc restctor e efor
for the defendant defenant until unt U tt the > Supreme Spreme Court Courtof Curt Curto Coax a aof
of o the United Unie States State acts te i the matter matterTaloutioc atter atterTIti matterTatcutiac
Taloutioc TIti Uk tke takes a aperspiration awy sway tb the dbjecdosube be fte isatueg e IL ILgneranttd
perspiration guarantrtd aU aUCHESAPEAKE au toilet oxuntes oxuntesCIIEStPEAICH
pr f L t c cI
I ntUlO
Ilnily nnlr Soheiltilc Sclciile SclciileTratl SoheiluicTrains SoheiltilcTrains
Trains Tratl l lfe hove ve District DWt hue um iapst T Tm 1 SO a R ie 1 U a i L Lat
m m S 5 0 > Ki
p kl nLmi tL u uItnlldera I IUulder8 110 110Builders
Builders Uulder8 lint nil nl iJlUiroflc Hh otk rtndy rtndyto rtndr rtndrto
to use ue at 6th 6t 5 X o Y s Av aji iir 1 fcanus faLs 7ar 75 5 and cp tp ci i
i A Close Conference Held at the theFifth I
Fifth Fifh Avenue A venne Hotel Hotelhe IoteI I
1 1The
The T he Governor Said to Have Dlscnss Dlscnssed
ed c IIIn II Early Earl Retirement Uetrement From 18 18I ISis IH IHJrcMent
JrcMent I ent Ofllce Omccnmpain omcecnmpnizn Campaign Work 1Volc WorlcAVI11
AVI11 11 Force Him 11m to ReHtcn Very VerySoon YerrSoonUctuae
Soon SoonUctuae SoonRefuses Itefusca to Be Interviewed InterviewedNEW InterTlevedEW
NEW EW YORK YOR June 22 22The The Te Union UnionLeague UnionLcngeClub
I League LcngeClub L eague Club was W besieged this morning morningwith moring moringwih morningith
v with wih w ith anxious anious callers cler who desired to confer conferwith conferwith
with w ith Governor Roosevelt Roosvel or to t congratu congratulate congratuInte ¬
late la te him upon upn having received the Repub Republican Repb Repblc ¬
1 lican lc li can Vice VIc Presidential Iresldental nomlntot nomination but butfew buttew
f few fe w of o those who came ce were admitted admittedCurious admite
Curious C urious crowds hung hun around in the vicin vicinity vicInIy ¬
l ity Iy it y of the club clubrurIng during the morning morning to ob obtain obtain ¬
t tain ta m a glimpse glmpse of the Rough Rider but butmost butmOlto
i most mOlto m ost of them went wtut array before Roosevelt Rooseveltleft Rosevelt Roseveltlel
j left lel le ft the building buildingThe buiding buidingTe
The Te Governor arose Bose comparatively comprteIy early earlytaking ealy ealytakIng
t taking breakfast breakfst at the club and ad chatting chattingwith cting ctingWIth
with w ith a few fewriends friends who chanced chac to be begathered begther
f gathered gther g athered in the te dinlcgroom dlnlxrom Soon Sn after afterward afer aferwar ¬
ward war w ard a carriage carrige was wa called cled and ad the Vice VicePresidential VicePresiential
Presidential Presiential P nominee was driven drven in I all allbaste aUhte
1 baste hte h aste to the Fifth FIfh Avenue A enue Hotel where whereSenator whereSentor
j Senator Sentor S enator Platt Plat was wa waiting wcUng for or him himWhen him him
When Roosevelt Roovelt was shown show1 to Senator SenatorPlatfs Snator SnatorPlatts Senatoriatts
Platfs Platts P iatts apartments aprment orders order were wee left In the thehotel thehotel
1 hotel h otel office oIc that no cards cads were to t be b sent sentup sentup
t up u p Platt and the Governor remained remalno In Inclose Incloe
l close cloe c lose conference for a long time It I is un understood unde ¬
derstood de d erstood tood that the principal prIncpal topic of din discussion d15culo ¬
cussion culo c < after afer the Senator Snater greeted e the theRough theRogh
Rough Rogh R ough Rider der and a congratulated cngrtulate him him upon uponbis upn upnhis
his h is nomination nominaton was va the disposition dsUon of the theEmpire theEmpl
1 Empire Empl E mpire State Stte gubernatorial gubernatorIa office It I Is Isbelieved i
1 believed beleve b that tht Roosevelt Rosvelt will tender tener his hisresignation hisresIgnato hisesignation
i resignation resIgnato r as Governor Gveror very ver soon 6n soonressure The Thepressure Th Thpreure
preure p pressure ressure of campaign cmpl duties dutes will wU prevent preventItim preventdm
Itim 1m 1 dm from trm fulfilling lflng his functions fUt at Alba Albany Alb AUray ¬
ny fl y and an the Republican ReJ bUe machine mcBI inadhinewili e will wi begin beginat bgin bginat begint
at a t once oe to make mke arrangements aalement for install installing l lIng ¬
ing i ng his hs successor SUCCr at the te capital capitalRooeovelts eaptal eaptalRovelts capitalRooeovelts
Rooeovelts Rovelts campaign cmpelgn labors labr abors are ae to begin beginalmost bon bonaJm0t beginlmost
almost aJm0t a immediately Immeiately He found tea himelf himet In Inthe Inthe Ine
the th e midst mIdt of o his canvass cnval Immediately Icmtey after afterthe afer aferthe
the t he adjournment of the Philadelphia Con Convention Coneatien ¬
tv adjurnment te PhUadelpl
vention vlio v for he promised proise to attend atC the theRough theRogh
Rough Rogh R ough Riders Riers reunion rcnl in Oklahoma Okllm8 City Cityen CityOi Cityn
en Oi o n July 4 and during dHrng his hs trip westward westwardwill
will wl w ill make mke several sverl speeches sehe in Kansas K Na National a atil ¬
tional til t Committeeman Cmiteman Kerens of Missouri Missouriseeurul Iori IoriI Missoerniecuflal
seeurul > l I a a partial prial promise poml from the O Gever Gevernor Gee Geveror ¬
nor n n or at Philadelphia P lladepla yesterday yeedy afternoon afeo to tomake tomke toake
make mke m ake a flying trip through throgh that tt State Stte in a aprivate ap1te arivate
private p1te p rivate Car sr r and deliver platform speeches speechesThe speedtesThe speecbenThe
The Governor has a dozen doze other similar similarengagements similarts similarngagements
engagements e ts under consideration considerationNumerous coosld consIderatIonNumerona atiolL atiolLUlDtr <
Numerous UlDtr efforts have been made to in interview Interview hierviesc ¬
terview i the Governor sine since his aombMtton aombMttonhut aastlonert tIoa tIoaHt
hut b ert without mock success IlUCC L T Today day he put putan putan
an a n end to to the labors of the newspaper newspapermen newspapermii paper paper11th
men 11th by saying I shall make no state statements statets statematte ¬
matte ts until I write my formal r < letter of ac acceptance acceptaaee noeptance ¬
ceptance ceptanceTh ceptaaeeTile c eptanceThe
Th Tile Governor will leave for his ts summer summerbeoM sutDllMrb summerecee
beoM b ecee in 1 Oyster Bay this afteraooa afteraooaPLANS afterOOoPLANS aftreeaPLANS
Governor Said to Hare I1 TC Discussed the theMatter theUntter theMatter
Matter With lth IMatt IMattNEW llutt lluttEW PlnttNEW
NEW YORK YORK June 22 The Evening EveningJournal EyeltiagJeMFI Eveningournal
Journal J publishes the following today tedayGovernor te todayCovornor y yGonnter
Governor Roosevelt inthe belief of poI polHfcmnc poI1tictaH potftkina
Hfcmnc is today making plans for the re removal rEIBHtftl reaovai ¬
moval of Mayor r Van Wyek Wyekemers Wyecnls WycicTIIa
nls opinion was MHd upon Ute Go Goentors Coy Coyrnoe
emers e rnoe s interview today with Senator Platt Plattat Matta Plattat
at a the Fifth Avenue A veDue Hotel and the fact of ofAttorney otAttorDey atAttorney
Attorney General Davies being called here herefrom keretrom hererem
from f rem Albany fer another consultation consultationIt
It was said by the political poUtka11eaders leaders who whodo whodo whodo
do their lobbying in J the corridors of the theFifth UleFIfth theFifth
Fifth Avenue Hotel that the Governor in intended illtended inended ¬
tended t to suspend Mayer Van Wyck for ferthirty torthirty forhirty
thirty t days pending a bearing of o the thecharges thecltarges thecharges
charges concerning the Mayors arors eoenec eoenectloa eonnectioa connecwith
tloa with the Ice Trust case This is the thelength tlIeleagth 1 1ength
length l of tide set by law and the pro procedure PleNure pm pmcedure ¬
cedure is the same as in the ease of a asheriffs asherl1rs a asheriffs
sheriffs suspension or removal removalHADE removaLMADE removaLMADE
MADE TTTARX MAXHANKA HANNA jrraip jrraipIrophet JUlUPlropbet TUMPProphet
Prophet at Philadelphia Phlhulc1ltbln Predict Prel t the theDoom tbeDonUl tb i iDO2ii
Doom of Itepubllennlhni ItepubllennlhniPHILADELPHIA ftellubllennlnlPHILADHLPHI ltcpuilicaniniPHILADELPHIA
PHILADELPHIA June 22 flJue Jesus J is ising is iseomiag ii I Icoming
coming ing sow and will settle everything everythingwere eY eYWHe everytkhsgwere
were the last words word puhHeiy altered alteredyesterday 1Itt 1Ittestrday nttere I Iyesterday
yesterday from the platform platt of the Re Republican Republlcaa Repsibuicas ¬
publican Convention ConventionWhat CoaTeatioaJaat CosventlonWhat
What Jaat a i i4tpIaecyI raphecy Haw the leaders of offae oftM o I
fae party started OB bearing it IL Mark MarkHanna MarlIlanna uk ukHanll r
Hanna hounded up Into th thenir air atrHlf h halt K a Jest tMtlItor eC eCSenator
Senator lItor Lodge L ge caught OOOIt ltt his lie is breath in innmasezaeBt inaDl8Hmeat ii iiamasement 1
nmasezaeBt Pear smote the InarU of ofthe ofUte o othe
the others ot erc and their knees kicked k ded to together toget togetjier ¬
get How would a campaign settled settledin aettleclin aettleeiii
in that way come cow out outThe outThe ontThe
The prophet was an oW man He had a along 3Ioog t tlong
long white beard He nmse DIMe wild parses parseswith HSwith 5 5with
with his hands through Uaroasktbe the air He stood stoodon soxOIl Eose I Ion
on a chair His voice carried far and the thedelegates diedetegates tIe a adelegates
delegates listened to him himThere ahanIere himThere
There had been a motion to adjourn hut hutmost 1Mttmort be t tmost
most of them thought that perhaps some something aomethiD something ¬
thing < bad 1 been seen forgotten and the oW msn msnhad msnhad mci a ahad
had been put up to tell about it It The band bandbad baadhad bane t thad
had not yet begun be B to play the Recessional RecessionalThe RCessi4HulThe RecessionalThe
The chief actors in the Convention Conve tiou play playwere piny8re pin pinwere
were 8re still IB their places on the stage stagewhen sttocwhen i iwhen
when Mr Ir Prophet Prop et who likewise sat oa oathe ontke or ii iithe
the stage Just hack k of the Imperial Mar Marcus Iareus ¬
cus sprang lpt5 oa his ls chair and yelled yelkdThe yeJltdTJe yelledThe
The deatfekaell of the Republican party partywill partywill part F Fwill
will be sounded at Kansas City Jesus is iscoming iscomlD i S Scoming
coming comlD soon and will settle everything everythingThey everythiBThey everythingTiiy
They pulled him down at once gagged gaggedhim gaggedhim gagge d dhim
him and bore him off but a deep dark darkgloom darkgloom dar It Itgloom
gloom fell upon the assembly assemblyKOOSEVEI usemblyRoosEvELT assemblyItOOSEVELT
IloiiKli Rou h Rider Will 111 Make Campaign CampaignSpeeches CampnlJnSlteecbc U USpeeclicM
Speeches From n II Train TrainTOPEKA TraluTOPEKA Pram PramTOPEKA
TOPEKA Kan June 22 22Iorton Morton Al Albaugh Albough
baugh Chairman of the Republican State StateCommittee SisteCommittee Stat C CCommittee
Committee received a a telegram from J JR JR
R R Burton Chairman of o the Kansas dele delegation deie deiegation dalegation i ¬
gation at Philadelphia yesterday saying sayingthat sayiagthat sayin g gthat
that Governor Roosevelt had consented conse ted to tomake tomake t 0 0make
make a tout through Kansas the last lastthis of ofthis 01this
this month makidg makhl campaign speeches speechesfrom speeehesrom speeehefrom
from rom the rear end of a train trainThe trainThe trainThe
The news was received with enthusiasm enthusiasmby a aby
by the Kansas Republicans and elaborate elaboratepreparations elaboratepreparatiJns e epreparations
preparations are being made to have the thetrip thetrIp tb e etrip
trip one of the big events of the campaign campaignThe S SThe
The itinerary 1t18 ary was arranged by wire and andMr alHlIr an ii iiMr
Mr Ir Albough left Topeka last night fer ferChicago terChicap fe r rChicago
Chicago to close a deal with the Santa Fe Feaad FeaDd F 0 0and
aDd Rock Island officials for a special train trainleaving trainJeavl tral a aleaving
leaving Jeavl g Kansas City over the Santa Fe Feroad Feroad F e eronel
road roadKIOO
KIOO oo to Cumberland and Kcrnrn KcrnrnVIrs RcturnI fletur a aYir
VIrs I Jt n O OL oLa 0Ienvier
L La Ienvier vi ir c P I k O statics Uf > m Washington W ingtoa S a L LStladay m mSuadsy aSasday
Suadsy Best t J 1550 ae e Si retJJr rtnra4g htg leave ve Ctuaberiaad Ctuaberiaadp CtuaberiaadMuxlc twthsIa ii iia
a p m in ame ciay ciay11uMle oaF oaFlusIe
Muxlc at ChexnpcaUc Bench BenchOvuer DenehIIalcya Benchhaleys
IIalcya Band every I afternoon t oon and eenin evening eveningOsrueri
Ovuer bay bu their Jol JobbinJ I tnjc Lumber Lumberfront Lumberfrom r rfrom
from F Libbey Co and liincii UD < saUvicg sn 2 cts ct S
The T he Street Car Boycott Cannes Many 3IanyUardnhlpn Jlnn JlnnJIardhlp ManyUnrdshlpc
Uardnhlpn UardnhlpnST JIardhlpST UnrdshlpcST
ST LOUIS June 22 22The The street tar xartrike iarstrike tarstrike
strike s is practically a Il thing of o the past pastThe puLThe
The T he cars are running on nearly all the thelines thelines thenes
lines li nes and on most of them the owl car carschedules ar arschedules amchedules
lib schedules s lis have been restored But the theboycott theboycott theoycott
boycott b oycott is effective and on such thorough thoroughfores thoroughfares
fares f res as Market Market Franklin Avenue A Venl46 and andothers a1dothers andthers
others o thers on which much of the small retail retailtrade relnlltrade mcmlirade
trade t is conducted the labor element is iswatchful Iswatchful isatchful
watchful w and the lot of small storekeep storekeepers storekeepers ¬
ers e ra is beset with many difficulties It Itmeans Itmeans Iteans
means m em et eans heavy loss of trade for any ODe of ofthem ofthem ofhem
them t to be caught riding on a transit transitcar tranattcar transitar
car c ar
It is well known that the plan pIa of o fining finingunion AtsgunIon
union u nion men for permitting members ef f their theirfamilies t1IetramIHes
families fa milies to ride on the cars is In fell ef effeet eteet
feet fe et and each offence means i 9 As a re resuit result
suit sult s uit many people in the We West t End find findthemselves ftHthemseles
themselves th emtelves short of o Tiomestic 06Ue service and anddomestics anddomestIcs
domestics d themselves shun the cars The Thestrike Tlestrike I I
strike s therefore is outwardly under con control
J Jtrol
trol m mit el so faras the law can keep it so but butit butIt buthas
it has aroused an antagonistic social force forcewhich toreehleh
which w hleh manifests maDlte ts itself in many ways 1I YS and andunfortunately aDduDtertlinately andnfortunately
unfortunately u cannot e nnot be reached by y the thelaw thelaW
law la w
Stories of o outrages agalaei agal women caught caughtriding cauhtrldlDg
riding r on the cars ar art persistently emu clreulated emulated circaated
lated lated l ated but since the first outbreak there threhave th re rehave
have h ave been few if any Individual hard hardships h3rdahlpa
ships s sustained by the strike are count countlies eouatlees counteee
il lees i eee and a movement among poorer fans tamfItes
lies l ies living in the outskirts of the city to toreturn toroturn tootura
return r to the partly abandoned aba d centra centraresidence ce tIa tIaresJdence
residence r district is said to be on onTraffic on onTrame
Traffic on the Transit cars eeetinees to tobe 141be
be b e heavily oo1ly Impaired and especially after afternightfall afternlgkUall
nightfall n nf The departure of the Governor Governorfor Goyernoror
for f or Jeffesfoo Jetre oo City has put an end to talk talkof talkot
of o f disbanding or withdrawing the posse poesecomltattts poeecomitatus posseomitatue
comltattts c and the members nave ave become becomereconciled heeomerecoadled
reconciled r to the fact that they will have haveto haveto
to t o remain in the service of the city as an anadjunct anadjunct andjunct
adjunct a at to the pollee department fer come eotaetime semelime comeime
time t ime to come com probably until the expiration expirationof
of o f the thirty days day specified as the limit In Inthe fathe inhe
the t he police law providing for the pease poocoMOTOTmATT peIiMMOTORMAN peaseMOTOB2rLAN
Excitement EXcIt ment of Running Rbnnin n St Louis IoniCar LouisCar I
Car Iroduces Heart Failure FailureST FnllureST FailureST
ST LOUIS June 22 tMUe5 ttMiles Miles Whit Whita Whitman Whitmanniotorrean 1tIt 1tIta
a a motonaan who came br here front fmo Mil Milwaukee 111wRukee MItwaukee ¬
waukee Wte Vie k to work for the Transit TransitCompany TlADllltCompay TransitCompany
Company dropped dead on his enr en enthe en enthe enthe
the Compton Heights Heig ta I Division las last night wightHeart nightart 1cJtt 1cJttIIe
Heart IIe h art rt failure due to the tension Whit Whitman WJs1tDMUl Whitman ¬
man was subjected to te assigned as the theeause Uteeause thentree
eause e ntree He was fortyfive years ean eM eMThe oW oWThe oldThe
The coroners Jury Jut J t evening hell beWJoseph JitftdJo helloseph
Jo J Joseph eph Farreil a Transit guard respon responsible rtlPOlldWe respons4b4 ¬
s4b4 sible for the death of John GeetUteg GeetUtegshoe GoetUIagIi Goettiloglot
shoe Ii Ht on June 7 nt Fifteenth and Chamber ChamberStreets ecStreet ChamberStreets
Streets In returning < the verdict < the jury
declared larecl the shooting was done by y Fnrrell Fnrrellwith PacreJlwith Parrellwith
with felontotte f intent intentSTHTKE latenLSTRJXE IntentSTRIKE
CiKarmnkexM and Laundry VerUerx VerUerxAttack erker erkerAttnck
Attack Xonlnion Employe BmployeDA EmployeDAYTON
DAYTON DA TOX Ohio June 22 ZTIte ZTIteCigarmakers The striking strikinsCignrmnkers strikingCigarmakars
Cignrmnkers and LaHndryworkers r1i < s Imitat Imitated imitated Imutatel ¬
ed e el St St Louis mob methods in this city ty last lastnight IaatBlgiat lastnight
night At the Troy laundry hoodlums hoodlumslishffioit ltoocIhaasptJtered hoodlumsgathered
gathered boat bott i oeIoek and as the ROB ROB1II nonunion
union workelll bean to leave HI saab b bItsb
lishffioit Itsb 1It greeted them with stones SUNta bricks bricksetabs bricUe
etabs e and chunks e Qka ef coal Several 5n aI per persew perWeN
sew ass WeN iajwed A I Miller was wass amsstruck
struck on the head with a stangnbot and andknocked aadkItocH andknocked
knocked sentwlesc He may die uleAt dieAt dieAt
At SchneVers Cigar Factory a crowd crowdef eOwcioC
ef striking girls r15 attacked the women wbe wbehad wbebad whobad
bad taken their places tearing their theirtheir theirdotIalag I
dotIalag beating tiDg them with dabs clubs pulling palliltgtJtetr i
their hair and otherwise maltreating maltreatingthem maltreatingthem
them Several girls were uimost almost t denuded denudedby achd achdy
by y the mob Similar scenes occurred at
Weinrfchs factory though at the latter latterplace JaUplace <
place the pollee arrived before much dam damage 8amage damage ¬ i
age had been done doneCoal cJoaeTHE doneTHE
Coal Miners and Operator Opera terN to Hold Holdn I ICUMBERLAND
n Conference ConferenceCU1IBBKL ConferenceCUMBflRLAND
CUMBERLAND CU1IBBKL D Md June 22 xtDers xtDersIn Miners MinersIn Minersin
In the t employ of the CMsolidaxaoa oa Con Conrssnming clCe 1 1Company
Ce Company hi favor of resuming work wOlkeDellg and andending andending
ending the strike held a largely < oJIy attended attendedsieeting atteadeclmee attendedat
mee sieeting at Wrights rtchts Crossing Dear Frost Frostfeurg FrtHrg Fronthewg
feurg yesterday Je The call was issued issuedI issuedby
I by John Jolt Clambers chairmen on behalf behalfof MUlfoC 1111of
of the businoaa mens aea s eammUt coaafttee e at atFrostburg atFIOStINIb niFxostbuirg
Frostburg and Albert Spttunos awl awlChnriv aIIIICMrI I ICMnz
Chnriv U i Wade OK the part ot the mia miaera men men menera
era committee eemmitteeA
A committee of eight two wo from each eachmine eacltmine I Imine
mine we was selected t to meet t President PresidentChartes PNs14eatCIaar t tCharles
Charles CIaar K K Lard to coBfereoce Ienace in Com Comberland Cwaberland Cornborland
berland tomorrow morning Thin Commit eomaiittee com Committee lt lttee
tee is composed compo ed as follows Rckbart RckbartMine KddaartMine ckhar t tMine
Mine Dennis Demt 1 Sullivan and J R JL Close CloseHoffman CIoHHeI tioseHoffman
Hoffman HeI Mine Henry Davis nan aM PatrickDnuIua PatriotDruma Patrick PatrickDrumm
Drumm Ocean B No 1 1 Ulynscs UI Hanmv Hanmvnod DJIaArt hl na naand
nod Arthur Art ar Thomas Ocean No 7 KIss KIssdyke Kl o osyke i
dyke Hugh Hsg MeMllUn 1IU8a and Henvy Lpp LppThe L8ppTite Lp I IThe
The ntuiM of the committee were sub ilaltJDltt submuted uh uhmkte
muted JDltt to Superintendent B B S S Sf Randolph Randolphof Randolphthe
of f the company and are satisfactory with withthe wttJttile witithe
the exception oR of Uiy Uiyno mnees Banns abe ill illJoe I I Ino
no longer regarded re rded as being in the employ employof r rof
of the company companyIn oompeayIII companyIn
In cheesing cboesiII the delegates de to th tile confer conference OIIfereDee confercore ¬
core Ute t e company officials made this th stip stipulation stipalation flipulatbon ¬
ulation That the delegates from Ocean OceanHiaes I IMhica
Hiaes Non 1 and T should he ebosea eboseafrom e1tose1frota chose a afrom
from the t e number who h 11 aken kee out their theirtools theiraome let C
tools some time ago and attempted ed to go goto COte p pte a Ca
te work On this account they are still stillrecognised etil I Irecognized
recognized as employes of the company companyMr companyMr
Mr Hanna who was a candidate companT1 for the theRepublican tIe C CRepublican
Republican nomination for sheriff last st fall fallformerly I IwOLksd
formerly worked at OeeasNUt Ocean Na 1 1 nut falll was wasnot wasDOt as a anot
not among the number who nn applied iie4 for forwork torworit to r rwork
work For this reason r Mr Baodotph Baodotphstates Jbadolplastates RaSdOIPIstates
states his presence PI OR the Committee is isobjectionable I a aoljectIooab1e I IobJectfoaable
objectionable objectionableNo i
No attempt t has been made nt t resump resumption r rasompi ¬ I
tion either n aaEckhart Eckhart Eck art or os UoKmaa eenje eanequently eenjeqaently i i iquemly
qaently all men at those mines nee alike alikeeligible silk S Seligible I Ieligible
eligible to serve on the committee The Theconference Th C Cconference i ieOBterenee
conference is expected te take piece at atthe a t tthe
the Queen City Hotel unless something somethingunforeseen somatbin somatbinunforeseen Ig Igulitoreeeen
unforeseen intervenes The conference was wasto wi wito I
to have been held today hut It was post postpined poatHlC poshpsuef
pined HlC until tomorrow se that a man can canbe en a abe i
be selected on the committee in place placeof pine a aof i ior
of Ulysses Hanna HannaTHE HaDBITHE HannaTKE
Chairman Chnlrm ln Jone Completing the Pre PrcIImlnnr Preliminary Preliminary ¬
liminary Arrangements ArrangementsKANSAS ArrnnCulentK trmauncnrentsKANSAS
KANSAS K sS CITY June 2 22SplendM Splendid Splendidrese prac pracrese pr
rese is being heJ g made in the arrangements ta for forthe ft Of Oftbe it
the Democratic National atIottal Convention ConventionChairman olL olLChalrmu L
Chairman Jones Secretary Walsh W and andSergeaatatArms aDIISrgeantatArms an anSergeantatAreas a
SergeaatatArms Martin a have nit aUregular erased erasedregular spans d dregular
regular headquarters Chairman CHinBaays Jones Jonessays Jos a amys
says ys that t the Convention will nl probnhty he hecalled Decalled 1 S
called to order o er at noon There Tilec will be no 110webutlag a aweicsndsg nowekscnlng s
wekscnlng speech The Tb regular eommtt eommtttees comailteen t ttees
tees will be appointed at once and the theCommittee UteCommittee tI tICommittee
Committee on Credentials will make e its re repert FIpwt r rport
pert as soon as possible The canines canineswtti eM eMwilt a awIlt
wilt then call fer the reports of the Cesn Cesnratttee cDrittee Ceamtttee
ratttee on Rules and Order ef ofOs r rQa B Bthere
Qa Ute opening dey el tile Caowstloa Caowstloare a athere
there re will be a gigantic pax psrade Cotorcl Cotorclpendence CoJeeIIkyaa ii iiBryna
Ikyaa will ill read tIes Declaration oC 1 1pead8llee Isi 1 1peredsore
pendence in keeping with the occasion oaatonin
125 1 in to i Baltimore and nn Return via viaJJ ri In InD a aIs
JJ t O Saturday Sat1lrlla and Samitmy SamitmyJoat SJla Sudy3ne J I IJaM
JaM B sad 24 foot for return lnt until folk folkMooc r rTIeRta z zMcy
Mooc Mcy 7 Tiekets good au sB tastes nuLiBlited except it ftVhevlwrlahts i iLimited
Limited LiBlitedhcehvrld1f
VVheclvrrlsliti find nd n Dt < t OAk tileS II tileSY ck ckry
> ri ry and PopUr P pLr it 6ik i S Y Av Avandsemi and saiu Ilk
Ian af 3r Zi 3 2 tilL
Buller B uller Hurrying Northward to Join JoinHuberts JoinUoberts JoinRoberts
Roberts Forces ForcesIlls ForcesIn
Ills In th is Junction With Hamilton lI mllton Col Colunm Column Colnina
nina at Heldlebarar I1 Ilebunr AV111 IiIi III Prevent Prerentthe PreTenttbe Preventthe
the Cooperation of the Trnn TrIUlTn TrIUlTncrK Tmansrniera Taal Taaler
er era and Free StaterJaeDPow Stater StaterJaeDPowell HntIenIovr HntIenIovrelljt
elljt ell Ileception at Onstenberc OnstenbercLONDON fluatenber fluatenberLOIDON u8tenber14LONDOX
LONDON June J 22 Genera General Bailer II Itrapidly IIrapWly iipidly
rapidly ra pidly making his way northward In tha thaTransvaal th thTrall thmaasraal
Transvaal Trall T maasraal ul to form a Junction with General GeneralRoberts Generaloberta
Roberts R oberta forces which is expected to take takeplace takeplaee takeace
place pl ace within a day or two This eonjuac eonjuact eonj Dc Dctlen
tlen ti on et r fortes ees is expected to prevent t the Jjjgcooperation theeooperaUOI1 theooperation
cooperation c of the Boers in the t e Trans TraasT41 Trameal
vaal v eal with these of the Orange River State Stateand S ateaDd Statend
and a nd the War Office expects that there will wUlbe wHlbe wille
be b e an early end of formidable warfare ea eathe emthe ene
the th e part ef o the burghers horghersTbe 1JcrghElrsThe burghersThe
The recent fighting la the Orange River RiverState RiverState Riverate
State St ate seems to have exhausted th tho energy energyef stengy stengyf
ef o f the Federalists and predictions s are again againbeiag againe1g againehig
beiag b ehig made here that t the Boers will sees seesgive seo seogive aeonve
give gi ve up the struggle aDd make formal over overtures evernes ver vert1lr66 ¬
tures tu nes for peaceReports peMeRepons peace peseeReponsa
Reports from BadearPeweU at Eaten Ruetenthat R1Ietenhert Eatenerg
hert b erg are decidedly encoeraglsg i g He san aanthat sanat
that th at he found the Boer leaders le set eat enipeaceful emf1l1 eataceful
peaceful pe aceful f1l1 but cordial The British authorcontinue a author aethenlse tMr1 tMr1ti
ti se continue te receive large numbers ef efrifles e erUles ofifles
rifles r ifles from tr the burghers barg ers who are weary el elthe aithe ofhe
the t he war warThree warThree warThree
Three thousand guns have been turned turnedIn t tum3Grn ra raIn
In i n to the administration of the Rnsteaberg Rnsteabergdistrict R11SteIIMrgdletrlet lttatenbergistrict
district d and M1 U at Welmaranstad WelmaranstadThe WelmaranstdTke WotmaramistadThe
The War Offlee today published the fol following rollowtg folowing ¬
lowing l despatch 4e de atch tram General Roberts RobertsPretoria RebortacPretera rts rtsPretoIk
Pretoria June J ae 2S Iaa HaartHons HaartHonscolumn HaaIhensoohtBl Hansihesisoolwaa
column reached the springe yesterday yesterdayen eetenkyen
en route te HeMieburg where he e eBuUer JefeeBelier Jefee jotasBelier
Belier Belierrow who was at Paar4ekep yeeter yeeterday yosterdai
day and will be at Stalldeno feIr feIrro temerrow
row thus opening cemmunteatiea be between H Htw between ¬
tween tw n Pretoria Pr rk and Stand Staadena rtien and andpreventing dpreveaUng andpreventing
preventing joint eaten between the theTransvaalera UaeTraanaal4nJ theTraasvaalcrs
Transvaalera and the forces of f the theOrange tJteoOfaDge theOrangO
Orange River Colcny ColcnyBadenPeweil CoIcJllfB ColenyBsdeuPweIL
BadenPeweil B reports tress R Rueten Ruetenberg ten tenJourney
1 that e found Ute Jerbtg BM BMIIt ern ernmost
most pacific and BlOat cordial ea his hisjoantey hieJoarney
Journey from this point Command Cemmejrisat JMIaat Commandant
sat Stays St and two actively hoodie hoodieLord MtdIehid boethefield
hid comets lad bees captured dear dearlag r rag
lag ag his MItCe MItCeUt Lord Sowar Edward Cecil Cecilthe GoadI
the Ut I administrator admta trator of the RueAeaherg RueAeahergnearly Rthrgt Rvsiaabecgdistrict
district t had ad Collected lip te u uoC date dateof
oC the sending DC the eepatdt nearly nearly80ft n sandy3a
1 3a 80ft rifles riflesThe eTIIe riflesThe
The cemmissieuor wI t I K at Kroonstad re reports re repot meports ¬
ports that Sl1 1 rifles hare been IMeaill hnunud hnunudin hsdslin
The work of restoring business and of official lklal ofcIal ¬
ficial fi cIal affairs to a normal conofeMB is pro proceeding 118eee4bq pmsediag ¬
ceeding e rapidly at Pretoria Johnnnnmirg Johnnnnmirgami Johssaecgnd JoIte rg rgm
ami a nd in the Orange River State StateTHS StateTEE StateTB
The On Ons Land Lan Says Sny the Sew Xe Cabi Cabinet Cabinet Cabnet ¬
net Vlll nI Receive a Fair Trial TrialCAPE TrialCAPE TrialCAPE
CAPE TOWN June 22 tTbe The TIe 0 0L On OnLand Out Outind
Land L I ind the Dutch newspaper m Ia dl dlthe dieasing 11 11UN
c easing the sew BtMntry of Sir Gor GorUlnl Cioroa GorOSL
oa 4 OSL Spri Siigg lays it wfI wilt Feee a fair Ulnl Ulnlby ailalII tMled
II n ed wtI1 lie judged y itS WSCkS ta t t6e satby
by the 6eA pei5O5 pei5O5Among uemnuel uemnuelAnwrnr
Among A the papers pa tend tendSteyns III IIIStenas S Steyns
Steyns S teyns omee at BloemfonteCn moetOlft ms wasct wascttfat a a daift daiftdated
dated tfat d in July ef O the manifesto wWeh wii he Jte1Iecl heas
iss l as ned when the war broke out 0IItberlL en Oc Outs Outsenil r
berlL b enil enilLATE 1L 1LT
Heavy IIcn h eavy Leases Le < < e S Ser SreWered ered d by r the Ca Canadian Cn Cnnndlnn Canathan ¬
nathan Contingent ContingentLONDON Cuntll1fcnt Cuntll1fcntLONOO ContintefltLONDON
LONDON June 1 e 22 22A A War Offlee Offleecasualties I el eldes ofasanitim
casualties c des issued yesterday Y includes es A tM M MMwi ndowing I IJowIag
cl Mwi owing l g CaaaMuwt Caaa Opt A A C MncdonsM MncdonsMreceived hISOdSUSbIreceived > 11 11reeeted
received a gunshot wooed in the aIds nbaemen aWa3IeII aIdsmen
men at Pretoria en June J 12 Lfent H H G 6Bfanchnrd GBIaIdaa GBlancbajd
Bfanchnrd died of womde at Kroonatna Kroonatnaon KrooaIrtadJaae
on June 15 and the following privates pctotcswounded pdftaeswOllJM1e41 privateswounded
wounded at Pretoria on Jane J1t 12 W rut Ptdied FianttIed rutdied
died afterward F Preenail alight alightiori Osr Osrporal 0IritoraI
poral iori H H Baines slight J 1JIM MeBthlnnty MeBthlnntyHOWAHD MeElbiaseybees
SncccjwfBl Saccc 1 I 1Ie e ef n n Three Years YearsFlKht YenrsFI YearstFight
Fight FI ht for Life LifeCANANDAIGDA LifeCAKo LifecXNDAIGUA
CANANDAIGDA CAKo AlGUA N Y Jme J1IMfears Jun S ThwsW ThwsWCurtis imse imseyears
fears ace Howard Curtis BtmIIaa rubam rubamon s spIacecl
pIacecl OR trial ID BataTia tavIS cMcpcI cIsr WtIh WtIhtM wh whthe
tM murder ol his wife Ji1er SC neeTuut neeTuutham It IWt1Iam Itbarn
ham 1Iam and was afterward eseMcte eea eeasenteJlad nmi nmiI sa sasentenced
I sentenced to death Yesterday i iuMty aDInII Iiaaotlaer aLlasn aLlasnurybroght
aaotlaer j urybroght oacIat iii a verdI tIl tIl1dkT ist istasanest
1dkT uMty uMtyThe
1dkTTbe The mint t cut when UM verdict WM WMacred ftR ftRdered ivadared
dared was the most ost dramatic ef the thetrial uetrial lb shek shektrial
trial Itanium embraced C Wads hi hichief lie JdSdtIef liechief
chief counsel e and bail wept Them nH nHthree allpIfteIIt aRpresent
present erowW od abSUt mba snd sndfared fII fIIfered
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NKW KW YORK June 1 22 Zesen Messrs Fischer Fischernd nJIcW Ferand
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aIM to this coantrr in the Interests St Sttheir t tMr ttllelr
their apt against Gnat Britain ra ratwunely5fd5y
y5fd5y 1 with their secretary ry Mr De DeBMI1I fleaBrnyu e eBrnyn
Brnyn from Philadelphia where wIterebeeR they tbe hse hsescenes h hbeen
beeR witnessing tile scenes ef the tMHeaD Repub Republican epu epulican ¬
lican Convention The secretary taM that thatthe dtatetlYOYS tIntthe
the envoys were re pleased with the tIe treat treafnt trwLiaaet treatmeat
meat nt they received at PWlsdeiphte PIli A AtteC Aber Anumber
number of prominent peI peIit pslStau bed vie vieitel
tteC it them nt t their headquarters een eenthem aIdS aIdStheta and andthem
them uestions u about the war He Hesaid themid ah ahsaid
said the delegates were well sattiitd wtth wtththe wIIhtile witkthe
the plank in 1 the thelating aewkall pIatfoc pIatfoc re reIat1a reintiag
lating Iat1a to the South African war wnrMr warr warMr
Mr r De Bruyn said the delegate might mightattend JRlgttattend mightattend
attend the Democratic Convention at Kan Kansas KaaCity EnsCity ¬
sas City They are waiting he east for forcommuBieatton fer1 fer1COIIUBaaicatioD a arnunatjos
commuBieatton rnunatjos from their home Gwvura Gwvuransent GMwaJIetIt Oameat
meat on this and other points and they theymight dleyt theybe
might t be instructed to return at aay time timeGeorpre d8teGrJe UrneGeorge
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