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NUl NUMBER ER 1547 1 47 WASHINGTON FRIIAYruLY 13 1900 PRICE Offl CI6 Cir
I A QUERY TO CONGER CONGERSccrehllJ
I Secretary hay Cables to Peldll PeldllAsking
Asking If IfAll 1l is WTeIL YeU YeUInV
FORWARDED InV ARDED BY MINISTER VU VUv VUThaChinese
v
ThaChinese Diplomat Urges Speed Speedin
in Tansmission
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ill IIIN COUIIM Cnltltnl IlInt lIeen lIeen1t11I
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IJcJ 1eJy ill jiteniiitIzzg ttenilltln n lteKecelIe lteKecelIeSn1t
Sn1t the Truo Trooio of the he AlIletl AlIletlto tUIctIForces
to
Forces Are re Su GCHulDeelnrrll Tlu Thnt t tlie
lie I Is Sut Ot n Soldier Hut Flint VIth VIthnil IOa IOaun
un ArIIIT rJlI uf Tnent TsTentI rhouIInllcJ 3iel1 3iel1lie eZ
lie ConltlIhllt HIp n ny to 1 IeLIzi Jln JlnliIertH
liIertH That JeuI01UI JenIony Ip ltel Itespon Itesponsible < lIOU lIOUalbIc
albIc for thc lreHent CondltlonH CondltlonHA
A m enge t age from the Secretarl o of State Statetn
tn n the cipher of the State Department ad adressed
ressed to Minister Inlster Conger at Pekln was was1espatchcd
1espatchcd at 10 oclock this morning from fromthe fromthe
the ChincH Legation In this cIty This Thism
m message ssago will be re received ehed within I few fewhours
hours b by L correspondent at Shanghai of ofu
Wu u Tlngrang the Chinese Minister to the theUnited
United States and will then be deliv dolivered red redto
to the Taotai or Sh Shanghai nghul who Is urgently
requested to orward It by the quickest quickestpr3ctlcable
practicable means to the Treasurer of the theProvinco
Provlnco o of ChlJl 1t Paotlngu who Is IsIn isin
In turn urgently requested to forward the thodespatch thedespatch
despatch to Pekln there to be delivered ddinredto
to the Emperor or Empress EmprC6SAccompanyIng
AccompanyIng the code ode me mesae s1 e i is a S
message from Minister Vu u In which he hesI
sI says s that prompt delivery o of the d 1ptcl1 deipetchS 1ptcl1to < S
to Mr Ir Conger and the prompt traumls traumlsslon S
stan o of a reply Is o of fet Imp impartance rtawe to toChina toS I
China It will the minister 5as says allay llIayto allaytoa S
to toa L great extent the growing holtlJ at attltude attitude
tltude titude o of the people o of the Unlterl StaS StaStolotlrd Saestoward
toward the p people ople o of China md wl wi1 Ioet id idat
at rest the grave fears for the safety ol olIlnister olMinister
Minister Conger his family sad oJWhl oJWhlhousehold
t
household which posse nearly nil nilAmericans allAmericans
Americans The Chinese Minister tel his hisfriends bI bIfriends
friends on whom he relies for the tra tramission s smlEelon
mission o of the despat h that It will rJJc rJJctho rlicve
the tension which Is beginning to be wan wanIfestcd S
Ifestcd between him and tJ the omitls < f the theStato be
State Department The detl from rom Uc UcSecretary theSecretary
Secretary o of State to 1IJlst iinister COII Coager r is isvel
very brief It consisted o of three figues figneswhich
which It 1s eald when translateI read readIs readIs
Is aU welt weltIt 7 7It
It this message travels at the same rate ratear rat
e
ar speed as did the recent edict handed handedby handeby
by IInlter Wu Vu to Secret3 Secretary hay twenty twentylay twentyaye
lay aye will have elapsed before an answer answerwUl answezwill
will be received nt Washlngtoo ashlnton The Thetrmsmlsslon Th Thtransmission
transmission or the edict from rom Pekln to to6hanhaJ Ic IcShanghai
Shanghai required ten da days s The dletanc dletancbet distanecbetween
bet between ween these clUes over the usual JInes JIneso line I Iof
o of travel it Is said Is about 900 miles mUosThe milesThe
The message It Is expected will HI be trans transmitted tranlmitted
mitted t hc major put of the way b btween ha hatween
tween Sha1 Shanghai hal and Paotlngu by tele telef Idegraph
f graph and between Paotlngfu and Pekln Peklnk 1 1bc
k courier
courierEcllet
Edict Not ot SntlCCnctor SntlCCnctorA SatlsfnctorT SatlsfnctorTAccording
A According ordlng to one o of the accoun accounts s as to tohow b S Sow
how ow the cipher message to Mr Ir Consor Consortame Congoitame
tame to be sent It is narrated that when whenMinister ivhe ivheMinister
Minister Vu presented to Secretary Hay Haythe Ha Hathe
the latest Chinese IDIlcrlal edict undcr undcrilate undc undcnate
ilate of June 2t I Mr Ir Hay said after having havingread baviniread
read it itThis itThIs
This Is agreeebJe to the American Go Gocrnmont Gov Govcrnment
crnmont so far as It goes but It does not noto no I Iquite
o quite Car enough to be altogether sails sailsfactory
factor factory It would be considered a friendl rlendly r rlet
let on onthe the part o of the Government o of ChlBa ChlBaIf ChIn S Sif
If the authorities at Pekln would orwnrd orwnrdto I Ito
to WaebIagtoi ailhiogOO a menage from MInister MInisterConger r rMr
Conger CongerMr
Mr Wu Vu replied that even 1 it were pos possible posalbie
sible for the Imperial authorities to com commualeate cornmusleote
mualeate with Mr Ir Conger who was re reported re reJ
J ported te be la the British Legation which whichwas 1 1was
was said to be hemmed itA vy surging surgoloJmobs surgingmobs
mobs or Boxers he tlr Jr Cougar could couldhave I Ihave
have no assurance that the request that he hecommunleate b S Scommunieste
communleate with Washington ashington was au authentic authentle
thentic thentle Mr lr Wu asked that Secretary Hay Haypropero Tin r rprepare
prepare a brief me message sage In cipher SQ that thathen tha t twhen
when hen delivered to Mr Ir Conger that gentle gentlcman gentleman
man would know that It must have como comorro cam 0 0irma
rro irma Washington The Chlneso lIni8ter r rsaid
saId saIdI
I will III do aUthat lies withIn my POWf POWfto poweto
to forward the message to Pekln and It ItIts I St StIts
Its delivery to Mr Ir Conger be possible to I 0 0bare
bare n message from rom hIm brought to so sons e epoint epoint
point on the coast ef China whe whence e Jt It may ma I
bc transmitted to the United States StatcsThe StatesThe
The cipher message was prepared at the theStnte lb 0 0Stnto
Stnte Department yesterday handed to tolnlster 0 0MinIster
MinIster lnlster Wu yesterday afternoon and
as asalready a a aalready
already stated was forwarded by lInister lInisterWu r rWu
Wu this morn morning morningu Inc
11 CrltlefCcH the Io11erll Io11erlllInister lowcrsc
c Minister Wu u expressed himself t ted s in ina 3 a aa
a different manner than he has sIne the theChlIce lb C CChinote
ChlIce troubles began lie te said saidTo saidTo
To an evil mind the failure or the al allied atlied
lied forces to go to the relic o of tire for foreign foreign
eign legatlon6 in Pekln would look ns 1 1the I Ifthe
the nations represented do rot whh 13 13rcscue 5 5rescue
rescue their reprtSentatives The d death lth cr crthe f fthe
the foreIgners In Pekin woull m mean an L ery er a agrave
grae grave crisis for China An evil mill would wouldthink woul d dthink
think that the powers or the worM want wantthis war it itthis
this crisis even at su such h a cost It Is tor torrIble lorrible
rIble to thInk o of and o of course I do not notbellee nc it itbellevo
bellee that this can be so Understud UnderstudIDe d duse
use that an evil mind might thluk sc
S rIn 1n regard to the news today th that t the thelegations th e elegations
legations fell ell and their
defenders defende
WHe WHemassacred wir e emassacred
massacred Jul July G it Is possible The Tbeoo Thesoo
soo oo to Cumhcrlnncl and Return Returnrom
hum rom D O station at 8 I m SundeJ Jut
1S HttUIIIIIIg Ic8e Cumooanll
G p p m aaml sa
diJ Its a WE splendid outln outing cheep cheepGo lIeipGo
Go GoFor ttChnutnuClll1 ncreh ncrehor
For or L days ootln Wa coal tfKorc ter tw bl j i
daJf Trains 930 an and 1O5 08 1 p In InVhndreu rnbilren
Vhndreu Day ate at PI UIiesauqt t t D IICflc nch nchRound PS PSRound
Round trip SaUIfI Sasanlea J t C C11nliterina 4 4VlzIeterftt
11nliterina IUIIo I r t > ntjiC ntjiClit Is
lit Inn c 11 ill ai 1 I 4 r J J
1 J
a
cannot ca caal nnot hold out forever Why hnc t the thelied e eaJlled
aJlled al alth lied forces not m marched e1ied on t1 rtlIcve rtlIcvethem rliaveem
them th em I see see tbatther thatthere Is talk that it can eannot canot
not n ot be done before September Ah ab abnonsense aboflec5e
nonsense n
1 nm not n military man but 1 would wouldundertake wouldndertake
undertake u to go to Pclitn with oooa men menand mennti
and a nti fight my 1 way through There are no noeadert noaders
ale
le eadert The sol soldiers lera ire no good or else elsethe elsee
the th this e powers are to blame It Is the jealousy joalouRIs
Is isw iss It possible that certain or the powers powerswanted powersanted
wanted w anted to force upon China at any coer coersuch coaruch
such s uch a crisis as must follow the horrible horribleeondltlon horribleoziditIon
eondltlon e which the news today brings brlnsHere bringsere
eH
Here H ere It Is the 13th The edict I r reteived reteivedednesday i iWednesday
Wednesday W ednesday was dated June9 June 20 Who tan tanell C11 C11teU
teU t ell what h has s happened since then7 then7UA then thenA
UA A despatch was shown me this morning mernlngthat morninghat
that t the Imperial troops and Boxers otera were werobombarding wereombarding
bombarding b the le legations ntlo s the 6th and now nowyou nowou
I by
you y ou say y word has come that the foreigners foreignerswere foreIgnersere
were w ere murdered that dll day It looks as l It Itmight itight
I
might m ight lie so I have ao no n news ws or It 01fi 01fictlIly oiJiaily
ctlIly d aily 1 feel feelaure sure that the foreigners wore werosafe
safe s afe June 29 W but rear for the worst since sincethat
that t time The day the edict was r receivel elvel elvelby
by b y me and taken to the State Department DepartmcntI
I was asked to take stepS to find out why whyford
ford w ord had not come throuGh from Miulsier nUi ter terConger
wC
Conger C onger It he was safe I took stepa to toI
find fi nd this out that same day It will take takesome
I some s time I It can be accolDptiihl > f at atall
all a ll 1 un doing m my best bestI testsins
I HaM Strnhucl Eer Eyery UrocreeI Urocree
I hare strained eor every resource within
my m y rower to get et n vord ord out o of Pekin ckln on
the t he true condition o your our Minister An Anwe
we w e want Is word tha thahe he 1 is aafc afe A line linefrom
from f wf rom your JlInISt 3linlst6ror rr or one word word would woulddo
do d o We are trying My Iy colleagues and I Iwill
will w ill get that word wordit I Ilis It Is possible tocet tocetIt
ia It i t Why are the aii dlIed d Powers not doing dolnsas doings
as a s much to mare mareito to th rescue They Theymay
may m ay be sate todai today y IIt t t toiorrow porrow they may mayhaeglen
haeglen h up It I horrlble to think o ohorrible of
horrible h that tbicscuers Icseuers 1 they are to togo
go g o do not starL starLThe start
The wholo world worhiwill UJ be to blame I It Itdoes
does d oes not come to th the oscue o of the Chinese ChineseGon Chineseovernment
Gon G overnment > rnmcnt to save the foreigners I Ifeel
feel f eel sure that the Chinese Government Is Isdolns isoing
dolns d oing aU In Its power to save the foreign foreignrepresentatives
representatives r It may be powerless to todo
do d o so i it the delay Is too long It may mayeen
I
een e ven be too late now nowALL
I
ALL HOPE AB ABANDONED ONED ONEDGocrnJUent
GocrnJUent ornclul Ijellee flelice
Iurehller In Icldn IC Dead DeulThe
I The State De Departasent partmen t today feeeind feeeindthe receivedhe
the t he foUowliDS despatch from CoDwl G a aeral
eral e ral GOOtlDOW at Shanghai dt doseribiag ri lg the thecritical theritical
critical c condition of affairs la Pckin PckinShugbal FoRm
Shugbal J Ialy ly 13 13Seeretary
Secretary Hay Washington WashingtonThe ashlugtonThe
The Governor or ShtUII Shautuag wires wiresme
me that the Boxers and am Chlae Chinese e troops troopswere troopswere
were bombardlug the Je legationg tloDB for a afinal
I final attack OR July 7 7 Am very sax aBJI saxbus
ious for safety o of the ministers awl aJl41Chinese awlChinese
Chinese frleads Fears of the worst worstare worstare
I are only entertained GOOD GOODNOW GOODNOWThe OW OWThe
The meat pessimistic views Iews prevail In InI
Government cIrcles over the situation at atPekln atFekin S
Pekln Whilo hlle officials are convinced that thatno thatno
I
no credence 1lould be placed In most o othe ol olhe
the t he despatches from China and are doubt doohtI doubtul
ful f ul as to the reliability o of others they thcyhave theyhave
I
have no hope that the foreigners In Pekln Peklnhae Pekinave
hae h ave escaped ma5s massacre ere and do not hesUtate hesUtateto
to say so soThe soThe
I
The news Bent by the Chinese e Governor Goernorot
ot Shantung to Shanghai and telegraphed telegraphedthenc telegraphedthencr I
thenc to the State Department by Consul ConsulGeneral I IGeneral
General Goodnow that the final attack on onthe I Ithe
the legations began on July 7 excited little littleInterest littlcinterest
Interest at the State Department as the theofficials theofficials
officials have no faith In reports from rom Chi Chinese Chinese
nese sources sourcesThe
The pollc policy o of this Government Is to pay payno pa paattention r
no attention to tHegrams about the situa situation situation
tion tion in Pekln until news o of a strictly reUa reUable reliable
ble character has been received Mesa MesavhIte Ieanwhile
while the authorities here are chafing oer oerthe eve evetho
the delay o of the International allies In Inmoving It I ImovIng
moving on the capital although they do th S Snot
not look for any rescue or the foreigners foreignersTo orelgcersTo
To the officiul mind 111nlster Conger bls blsco1Jeagues hi hicolleagues
colleagues o of the Diplomatic COrptlhs tarn famII tarnily
II ily friends and Legation staff and all oUt other oUter
er foreigners who were In Pekin when the theDoxcr th thBoxer
Boxer attacks be began n are dead deadThe deadThe
The State Department today received a adespatch I Ideapetch
despatch from Consul lcWnde at Cantou Cantousaying a asaying
saying that Vicero Viceroy Ll Hung ChaBg has en engaged engaged
gaged quarters upon the Chln Chiness stenrer stenrerAnplng ateeute ateeuteAnpiug
Anplng but that the date o of his 1epnrture 1epnrturefor a afor
I for the North orth Is as yet undeci undecided undecidedThis e l lThis
I This news is regarded with great dis displeasure displeasure
pleasure by the Government officials who whohne wh a ahave
have depended upon LI Hung Cha Chang g ad a atalthul a afaithful
faithful ally and haeb5 havebtea D awaltlBg his ar arrival nrrival
rival at Pekln fqri fqra1ong j ng time timeIt timeIt
It Is claimed < 1 it athe the State Department Departmentthat I Ithat
that LI Hung Changhaa for a month beei en enboasting S Sboasting
boasting o of what hwould YOUJd do when he hewent hi hiwent
went to Pekl1 to o fEl eore o e order and lias liasasked haiasked
asked that no tr trope l be sent the there l tnti tntiafter ntil ntilDrter
after his arrival After ter four weeks o of this thisllela thi 5 5delay
llela delay It Is held by the department official offielalsto S Sto
to be evident tlu thzt the th great Vltero Viceroy Is Ism ii iimerely
m merely rely plaI playing g fortixiie orL tll 1 ns ia Sheng lnd lndthe ani anithe
the other lenders Jlieopinion e oplnln Is openlr openlrexpressed r rexpressed
expressed that LI yJll jJl not go to Pekln PeklnI Pekinbut
but will 111 delay until until IS is presence eill 111 be bebut b S Sbut
I but a burden to bo iireigners iireignersNegotiations 2telgners 2telgnersegotiatlons
Negotiations a are takjng kJ g place between hetweeJapan
I Japan and the United States for or an az azI ar arrangement
I rangemen1 by which tnlted States troops S Sto
I to be used In China mr may be landed in inI I a aNagasakI
I NagasakI which this Government desired desiredto S Sto
to use as a base General lacArthur does doesnot doe S Snot
not want ant his big ships to go down the shal shalJow shallow
low waters between Nagasaki and Tau Tauand Tag Li Liand
and It Is his Idea to land troops at Sagasa Sagasakl Nngasaki
kl and 1 have ae them reembark there on onthreeAIhtdrat 0 a athreeAihtdraft
threeAIhtdrat United States transport transporthlps I IshIps
shIps to be taken to Taku TakuA TakuA
A great saving In time rom be effected effectedb d dby
b by this thi arrangement arrangementas as the transports by bylanding b 5 5landing
landing the soldiers at Nagasaki agasnki will be beable b e eable
able to proceed to Manila for more troops troopsor S Sor
or supplies without any delay and the long longoyage Ion g gvoyage
voyage to Taku wlll be avoided The only onlyposslblJlty onl y ypossibility
possibility o of I hitch In the perfection o othe f fthe
the arrangement appears to be the fact factthat fac t tthat
that Japan Is not at war with China Per Permission Permission
mission for United Stateslroops States troops to use useXagasakl us usNagasaki
Nagasaki as a base o of operations against againstChina S SChina
China would be considered a hostile act by bythe b y ythe
the Cbnese CbneseThe
I
The gunboat Princeton arrh arrived al Hon Hong Hongkong
kong this morning and will remain there therefor ther C Cfor
for some purpose which the th Navy ay Depart Department I Imeat j
meat has In view Iew although the vessel esse I we a asupposed La
supposed to have gone on t to Amo Amoy and an ii iiSwatow
Swatow Swatowf SwatowTi
f To Ti th the Sealtllorc Sensliore and Ilcturn IlcturnIn s swin
win In IennlChnuln IeiiislvaulaTirteti Un II rorcl rorcli11etl
i11etl on silo for 11 train trains Fridays 1d It ItunJap t tunisys
unisys tot1altlc to Atisiic Ctr City Ca Caps lay Oembrcfl ln C y
st d a r2 te1e fI City N r r good 000 to rrtum VlltU itej ii
InUn tnilsnIn 1m TI Tuesday Ibr ntklu good 00 vb na Dd1Jrc Dd1Jrclit1t re
ibiile lit1t Jloutc to AUntlCC1u AUntlCC1uI AtiintieCltjlinii
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WORST TIDINGS IllhIM EXPEGTED EXPEGTEDLoudon XPII11
Loudon L ondon Anxiously A Awaiting witug for Au Authedc
thedc then ic Chincse N News Newsuinor rs
Iumor It uinor Thnt bitt tte the J toreigncrs orelAnerH II In Ie Ie1ln Pcitin
1ln Were cre lnMCncred on Jul July t I In IneltAnhtt Inicatigateti
icatigateti eltAnhtt W Itbiout it hoot SntIHructor SntIHructorUCIUI Sat istzt tory
UCIUI Iteult Announcement nloulcentcut In thc thc10UHC
10UHC house oC ommullC ominous That It Cnluut Cnluutle Cannot
le lie CIOrmedUeHecd Cnfirnivillelered to le lie Au 01 01other
other Celtlul Celestini Iule Ituse to Inerelle Inerelletbe Increase Increaseliii
tbe Gelcrul Cenerul Cenerullricc
Irlce for lIer ScrIctlTbe ServicesThe 1h 1hJleruh 15cc
Jleruh 1 era Ic SHuntlon S I t oat Ion of Tlentlln TlentllnLONDO Pica iMiri
LONDON Jul July 13RoUable Inoratlon Inoratlonfrom information informationrom
from f rom Chinn China Is sun lacking Eerboy Eerboyhere Everybody
here h ere however II is stisfed satisfied that whe when the thetruth
truth t becomes known It wlv81 will ravel that thatoutrages
outrages o of the worst worst poseble possible cMracter racter racterhae
hae h ave been committed on rorelgner foreignera The Thecble
cble c able continues to be a conveyer o or rmors rmorsfrom rumors
from f rom various Orientl Oricnthl news centre centres but butthe buthe
the t he thlng tidings brought httplre isepire IU no CfH cpfldonce ndonce ndoncein
in i n England or In the Eurcpan Eurcpean cplala capitals capitalsThe
The sone story o of mR massacre cre In Peh Pekrr 15 re reI
I I peated p eated todl today the Central News es having hvlngI
I I stated s that an olclal official telegram has bee been re recdved
cdved c In Lndon London announcing that nI all the theforeigntrs
foreigntrs f oreigners In the Chinese capital were weremurdered wereurdered
murdered m urdered ou tO July 6 The telega telegram I it
Is i s said reache reached one o of the lecaton legationa here hereand
and a nd emanated f fryim m a Chlncc Chinese official omclalsoure
soure soureOn s ource
On 50 the oher other hl hand the Exchange Tele Telegraph Teieraph
graph g raph Company has made enquiries at the theJapanese theapanese
Japanese J apanese LeJton Legation conerning concerning the report reportf
o f the maSere massacre or Europeans on July 6 6and 6nd
and a nd how the story wu forwarded Thl ThlLe Thuegation
Le L egation ton ofcials officials said the rumor had bn bnherd been beeneard
herd h eard by an attahe attache No o telerams telegrams had haden
b een en rcehC received by the Legaton LegatonEnquiries Legatton LegattonEnquiries
Enquiries were al also o made at the British BritishoreignOlUce
mae Brish BrishForeign
Foreign F oreignOlUce Ofce but no corobortion corroboration o of the thereprt theeport
reprt r eport had been rfchc received ther there At the theChlnee thehinese
Chlnee C hinese Em Embassy y It was stated that no nonews noews
news n ews o of say y kind hl tiM been reeive received toay toayIn today todayIn
In the House o of Commons toay today Under UnderForeign
Foreign Serttar Secretary Brrlck Brodrick said the Je Jeport
port p ort or the murde murder or aU the roelgaers roelgaersIn foreigaers foreigaersn
In i n Pokln on July G had not been n eOAlrmed eOAlrmedThe
The T he telegrph telegraph wre wires blwen between Shgal Shasgal aDd aDdChefe sadChefeo
Chefe Chefeo wee were no not working rklsg and t the land landines
Jne l ines had evidenly evidently ben been cut eeL eeLThe
The Joreg Foreign Ofee 015cc Mr r Brrick Brodrick said saidreel saideceived
reel r eceived a cbegm cablegram yeCy yesterday perport perportiag rp
lag i iag to come from rom te the EJrO Eperoe or CiB CbIsa CbIsaThe
The Impeio impression here S is tbt that the J sa sacrc
cre ocurre occeurred befoe bofore Jpl July G and th tbat tl the theatest
latest l atest stor story Jke like masy oher other rDIH rumors baa hacboen baabeen
been set e In eirulaten circulation by te the C Chines in8 to toetinue tocontinue
etinue continue the luueralnty sneertainty aD and cr coafteee the thestuaton thesituatien
situatien situatienAceortling
stuaton stuatonA
A Aceortling rdlng to IBforU isforenatlos saW W to He Heemanated bareemanated
emanated from the JapBee Japesese Ebuev EbuevJapn Embassy EmbassyJapan
Japn Japan had Inorm informed the powers wer that aU aUthe allthe
the compestie compensation she would ouh dema demsud for forher or orher
her present serce services In Cllo China wol would be bethe
the cfrration cosilrraation o of her sphere o of hl iadence iadenceopposite ne neowle
owle opposite Formos Formosa and d tie the opn open dr door for foraU forall
aU natis natloes There wold would aJ also be expeed expeeda expeed expeeda
a money Indenity indemnity fr from Cin China ChinaThe
The eDied United State States a as the mo most dfater dfatereMO disinter disinterestee
eMO estee power oer In ChIn ChIna wn will be eko ehooen as asumpire asumpire
umpire I if an abtton arbitration er f cla clsimz agatesi agatesiChina
Ola China Ii Is ruIre required requiredThe
The lack o of depte1e despatebes fro from o or C9en tonaern tonaernfag
Ig the situation o of th foreig fareIgsoes at Tlen Tlentin Tientln
tin i is euslDJ causing the grCte greteat 1uNi sntastnoss It Iteare II I Iis
is feared eare here tht that unle unless ai aid hai ben been or orIs o ois
Is to be pu puahed cd through from Tku Take Try Trysoon vsr P PLoon
soon Tlent1in Tlentstn w11 will prove a soBl second PekD PekDwit Pekmn Pekmnwith
wit with the detrcton destruction o of an f foreign eR rest residents restdents
dents aD and the ale allied troop troops vhieb li lave laveought lav lavfought
ought almost cODsnUy constantly sinc since their n nrival nr nrrival
rival In that ety city Th The stte statement at tht ibat tle the theadmirals
admirals at Taku have deidl decided that Uuy Uuycannot the r rcannot
I cannot advnce advance for the rele robot of foreiners foreinersunm forelgoeri I Iuntil
until the uled allied forces at that pint point hart haebeenlnere 1 1beenineresaed
beenlnere beenineresaed < td to stNO men Iev leaves corn cornparatlvely om omparalhely
paralhely Ite little hope o of H Saccor r for Tlf Tkn Tkntsln n ntsln
tsln It Is beleved believed by maY he here teat teateerby tan I Ieverybody
eerby everybody In that ciy city wi will bo be s sas a befre befrerecnforcement betort I Ireenforeements
recnforcement reenforeements coul could reach the s scene sceneeven < tce tceeen
even were they Imm6iate immediately available aUaLleTldlBgS availableTidings
Tidings from rom TIntin Tinisin arc aw awaited itc wk wkthe I Ithe
the keenet keenest aniety anietyFU anxiety anxietyPROVINCE
FU PROVC PROVINCE QUT QUTJlethoclt QUIET QUIETiIelloliit
Jlethoclt iIelloliit General enernl Secretnr Secretary Ue Uec Steriices
c riices ht1 a JleCne Fruit Foocho FoochoXE FOChOW FOChOWYORK
XE YORK July 13 13A B Lnar Leonard LeonardGeneral
General Seretar Secretary o of the Methodist Iehois Epls Eplscol Episcoped
coped Foreign oreign Missionary Usknar Sciey Society receive a aa
a cable mesage message thi this morning from Re ReH ReW
W H Lace Lacey who Is at FOBW Foocleow China Chfnawhieh Chinawhich
which was as follows followsThe ollosThe
The Fuhklen province I Is ni all quiet quiet quietThe
The dfspatch despatch Is In repJy reply tolnetrcUons tolnetrcUonswhich to Inetruetton S Swhich
which were sent out fro from the Methodis Iethoist IethoistEpiscopl t tEpiscopal
Episcopl Episcopal misI missionary nary hedquarter beadquarter In this thiscity thi a acity
city to Ur Lacey a few e days ago telna telnahim tellin a ahim
him to cal call In the misionares missionaries over whom whomh a ahe
h he had charge I if they were Imperie imperiled imperiledFrom
From the depatch despatch o of ths moring morning It ap appcars p ppears
pears that they a are e In no dnger dngerAMY danger dangerARMY
AMY ARMY SUPPLS SUPPLIES FOR oAA AIAN AIANH
i I H Ii K ihhlnrn iciIiurn 3tnklll ainkiug InrJe Iargepur Iargepurelitiejs 0 Pur PurclIU
clIU elitiejs In the est elttST estST
ST LUS LOUIS Jul July 13H K Nishimura Nishimurao Nishimurs L Lof
o of Tokyo Jnpan npan fn an attche attache of th the lapaa lapaaese apat
ese War Yar Department Is In St St Leuls iJicom iJicompletlg com completthg
pletlg pletthg a nylnl flying trip through the theIInite Unled UnledStte a aStates
Stte States made to purchse purchase sUIP1 suppfl r = nd ndequipment n d dequipment
equipment for the Mikados lkados troops troops He h hvisied ha havisited
visied visited San n Flclsco Francisco Chicago Cncrnau Cncrnauand C1ncfrinat I Iand
and this ciy city He wm Emork embark o on the thesteamer Ut 0 0steamer
steamer CopUc at San Francisco on July Jul 3
2i G for Japan JapanIn JapanIn
In cch each or the cies cities visited sied Mr r NIshi NIshimura Nishimura
mura has made heavy purchases target 7
10 leather and raw materals materials used for the themanuacture th C Cmanufacture
manuacture manufacture o of feld field equipment unUorm unUormcloth n ncloth
cloth and machiner machinery for factories actorle In I a athis
this cl city he bought saddler saddiersand and accoute aecoritre aecoritrements
ments for cavalry and artier artillery as s wel well a 5 5machinery
mlchlner machinery for mis mills and factories actorle In Jap Japex n nAcitltlonnl S SAidltioztnl
Acitltlonnl Aidltioztnl Troops Iront Iuln IulnL liiilin liiilinLONDON
L LONDON DO July 13An additional dl dlion d I Ivision
vision ion o of troops from Indlawhlc India which Is to b bEen 1 1sen
Een to Ch China n = has been ordered to pre prepare
rar pare to strt strtr start startflie
I
r flie lt Worlii1 orll Christ hrlltnl inn Endenorr EndenorrI EudearorerONDON
I O ONDON D Jul July 13Tc tnbrrton31 tnbrrton31n1 Intarrtton IntarrttonCliistip
n1 Cliistip isH Endenor Conyentor ConvenUoa hegai ga tth tthrunl tel La LanuaIig
runl nuaIig wih with IHelmlnu prelimInary Prayer metilSs metilSsI 5 5Viesleys
I Viesleys lleys Cilpcl Chapel Cit City RHr Rii4 Rii4iu
1 iu to IC nnJlmor lliilllntore and IletorliYln IletorliYlnn Rtni ci a ao
n t 0 nturlln neil neilJuly Suruln
Jul July I 14 and nd l IA I good l rII for r ritern unll until io fullowlr o in I
liondsy j 1cbll Tidid iGd o oUst I Irll trin euvpt 110 11ev i
JJnitcit JJnitcitFirieuiusLiiss < J p
FirieuiusLiiss I U iW c uiitirr II Nf ati ant 1 1Busine I C Climiticts
Busine limiticts 5diorkinj hor 110 trpewritisg5 rptrli a year yearIxIEIC C
I IxIEIC JC IQ KJindrIr1 nclrlrl nonrdM nI it5 it51t4r I
I pr 1t4r 100 10 fq sq ft fr ci xr Croi croina pirr irC too tao t
C 6th and d N arc T
BRIH BRITISH TROOPS F PtL ChINA
TIe T he Cabinet Dceh Decidep t Re Mud Fifty Fiftyfhousantt
rhOOIRUd fhousantt 31ei 31eiLONDON S
LmmONJuy LONDON July lTe 1IThe was a a long longbln6metng
GL G abbed bln6metng meeting thiS thieaftersn ane n at which whichord hlch hlchLrd
Lrd L ord Salisbur Salisbury presldc < Il It Ii is sd said that thatImprtal thatmportant
Imprtal i mportant decisions IDegUd Inregasd to the Cbl Cblnfse Cbiese
nfse n ese s sItuation uatlo1 we were refet reae
There arc rmors rumors that at l Itast t 5000 50010 men menwl menill
wl w ill be desptche desphtcbed to Tak fakmi 1utcton 1utctonhae IuZtructioua IuZtructiouaave
hae h ave ben been sent to Slmtto Simlato pr prdpaie pe another anotherivision
dl d ivision slon condstng consisting o of four our Bllls British mid d bus foutIDlan busndian
IDlan I ndian regiments wih with theI theIr compl complements complementsartillery nt ntot
ot o artillery for service In Cr CrA Chiaa ChiaaATED
ATED A n IACHA D DEPARTS
1 AC ATS ATSTo
To T o leturn to Jlrle Tnrkc7 wIth ith PlUt Plans for lorI forii
I ii CruJcr Cru1iet
Admiral Ahme Ahrnel Pacha cb th the Tkish Turkish wl
orman o who had been heo hero t to crang arrange for forthe
the purchase or nn Amer Americanmade mde rrhlp rrhlpfor warship
for f or the Sultns Sultans IY navy ler left ths this moring morning at
10 1 0 oolock for Philadelphia hU delphJ He wl will Eee ee eethe
the t he Crap Cramp peple people th thre r and wi will then go goon
on o n to New ew York York Fom From that pr port he will
sai s ail on the fast new steer steamer te the Deutch Deutchlad Deutach
lad l and on June 18 18Tle
Tle The admiral has received bld bida from the theCramp
Cramp C ramps at Ilstiadulphis Jhladulphla and from the theUnion
Union Iron orks at San m Frncico Francisco for forthe forhe
the t he buldlug building o of the new bt boat I it Is ex cx
Ilected l iected to cost about a miion million and a a haIr half halfThe
The spfcatioDs specifications provIde for I a n vcsaal 1 or
3 O tons dliplacen1eent dispiacenseent 1 1dO IndlctCI IndlctCIhorsepower indicated
horsepower h orsepower lnd and 2 2 kU knots fp speed ed It woud woudbe would
be 3v feet 10nJ long and 4 f feet t wIde The Thearmament Thermament
armament a ag would consist or 22 rpldfre rpldfreguns rapidfire rapidfireuns
guns g uns rangng In size from rom onepound onepoundcrs r6 to toslxlnch
slxlnch s cnnonh cannon The boat t couldhdy couldhdybe could hardly
be b e completed In Je lees s thn than two years cn cnALEN
ALEN ALLEN GOE GOES TO TG CANON CANONCocrnor CANTON
Governor o of lorto lUeo to Confer ConferIUa ConferVitli
Vitli IUa tle the lreddentGo lreddent
Go Coy Charles H AJen Alien or Porto Rlco Rico left leftWAhlngton
WAhlngton Washington today for for Ctono Canton Ohio hzng hzngbeen having
been b een summoned there byPreekient McIUa
bI summone byreslent McKn
ley I cy for cODsulaton cODsulatonGoernor consultation consultationGovernor
Governor AJC Allen r0turM returned to the Unie United
Slates at this tme time for the rpeoll rpeotal prpoe prpoeot purpose
ot having a talk wih with the Preient President on onPorto onPorto
Porto Rcan Rican afair affairs After h hJz Canton visit st sthe
he w1 will go to his home Dr ar Lwrence LwrencelaS Lawrence
Mass laS wher where he wi will sped speudwo 10 wekl weeks u unging
jangtng nging hi his busine business afalrs affairs fr or a protract protracttd protractd
td r d 5 stay In Poro Porto Rco Rico cd will U wi from rromNe
Ne et York for or S San Juan In te the Pono Ricn Ricn1ttlon Rican
1ttlon s tation ship Mayflower layfower abu abouJiugast u t J JTH 2
TH THE PREIENS PRESIDENTS PLS PLSli PLANS PLANSWill
Will li Nut ut Ieturu Return From Cn Canton ton V Until Untilvcxt tU tUcxt
vcxt cxt 3lonth lonth lontho
No o eret credit Is 1 give given by Wb White e Hot Hoses 01 01cil oUt oUtcIl
cil cIl to storlO stories from rom Cntoa Cantos to tIe tee efe efect efectthat
that the President means to return hither
te Prelcent meas reur bter bterat
at Oe once Te The omll official mal mali rrm from hl hiw wIkh wIkhleft which whichleft
left Cnton Caotoa Jeeday yesterday aa sad r8 remohed ed here to tody toda
dy da gave no inditi Indication whatever hr ttU thu he
will 1 reur retstrn bore before the le let of noxt et mont month
As Mr Ir JlcKlnJe McKinley Jer left 5lae since the Chlne Chinese
criis crisis arGe arose an and as he ha bad dtlde d4cided tlt that It ItwOldd itwould
would b be plbe possible for him to kep keep In touh touhwih touch
wih with the siuaton situation by meaHo means of tolegph tolegphaa telegraph telegraphand
and telephone communicatto hb friends
communicton
aa teleoe ens ensec
here ec IY say there is u uo rlO ruoa to believe be e ela
la h55 cnge changed hi hIs plans plansSAOA plans
SAOA SAIOAN AF APPAIRS Q QUIET QUIETtttericnti T TJUereni
tttericnti JUereni Gocruur Tllc4tceehed Tllc4tceehedHb TIfle1trcrlved
Hb itl EutbualnMnl EutbualnMnlVICTORIAB EnthusiasnitViCTORIA
VICTORIAB ViCTORIA B C JUI liSemshlp liSemshlpadieo 13Steamship
adieo advises from Smo Samoa IBIete Indicate th that every Gerythlab everything
thing Is qtle quiet
The f form r ot gernment government ac adopted t by Coy Coysenor S
senor Tley TIlle5 o of the UsUel Untied states ttes gruP gruPh group grouphas
h has given tk the highe highest ststacUen satisfaction to the thentves thenatives
ntves natives Tle Tiliey has made a tur tour 0 of the theIsla theisland
Isla island aJd and In aU iilaeeg > Iac he was a rceled rceledby received receivedby
by the Samns Sarnoana wit with great et entutm entutmA enthusiasm enthusiasmALl
A ALl EEYS BEYS CONITON CONITONTnrlbb CONDITION CONDITIONTurkish
Tnrlbb Turkish Minister lnlCter SO Nosy Well el ha haWay n the then
Way n to IecoTer IecoTerAU Itecorery ItecoreryAlt
AU Ferrouh Bey th the Tksh Furkish Minister Ministerwl S Swho
wl who has been very m wih wIIh yoidmala yoidmalarial ypholdmala ypholdmalarial
rial fever I Is much beter beterHis better betterHis
His temperture temperature I Is steadUr steadily golD going I dow down downand
and I it Is said tht that he Is tcet e1 on te the way wayto wayrecovery
to r recovery recoveryP7BE oery oeryE
P7BE E SPECATOES SPECTATOES BURNED BURNEDEX114dittit UN UNClllocluJ
ClllocluJ EX114dittit npbtbn T1Utk Cunsel Causes n nInule a L LPanic
Panic eur Do Boston on onBOTO
BOTO BOSTON Jul July 13WhlJe 1 a crwd crowd o of 2 2l 2lor I
or more peple people were watching burning barnInbfreight burningfreight
freight crs cars ad and nphtha nephtha taak tanks In inthe the yr yards yardsof
0 of the Southern Division or tke the Bson Boston and andlalue urn I IMaine
Maine Rirod Railroad on the old McLean lcLa Asy Asyhm Asylurn
hm Ground Grounds Somenle Somerville at minight minightone midnight midnightr
one or the tnk tanks exploed exploded ad and JeraUy JeraUyshowered literails literailsshowered r
showered fe flames upon te tIle spctor spectators spectatorsWith
Wih With grent garments ablaze the pnicsick pnicsicken paniestrick paniestricken
en pepe people rshe rushed abut about ltkehuman k human torch lorche torchOs
e Os The air lr was S filed filled with shrieks rieks or pln plnnn pair pairj
nn j terror 31ay Many roledon rolled bathe the grnd grotin4 to tc tcextinguish
etinguish extinguish their bazing blazing g garments eDts Oher Others
who ho had eaped escaped the bJaia bleating sower shower took tookfire toolfire C
fire In their efrortgto efforts to hel helil others ers The Theexploion Theexplosion
exploion explosion had ben been seen frq frn the e hOpltl bosplta I Iand
and ambulance ambulances were hurrlo hurrIt to the scene sceneO sceneOf
O Of feen fifteen ptents patients tken tnkezrto to the Smer Smervie Somer Someryule
yule two died d the
vie Hoital Hospital die during rlDg night nlgbtThe
The have not notbeen idecrdfieti fi A
They bn Idet soreor soreormore saore 0 0more r
more are fatally burned TtoE Ttoz less seri seriously sen senously
ously Injured were er brugbt brougbt by trains t tB tBecton
S SThe
B Becton on
Te onTe The sxread spread o of the fae flames was checke checks I II
by te the ralrohd railroad emp01es cmpoyes They ey adanced adancedinto advaneetinto I
into the fre fire and brke broke the cu couplings Jngs cf cfthe a t tthe
the burIng burning ears rs and dCI drew thc other ear ars arsaway S Saway
away from th them themTHE m mT
T THE s S LOUS LQUTS B9YCOTT B9YCOTTStreet jCOT jCOTStret
Street Cur StrlerJ Strikern Con Co1Ictiu ctn Fund FunclNlor Pd Pdfor
for Omnibus D1bu limes lnel lnelST
ST LUIS LOUIS July uJy 1Te 13The steet street car carI en r
I stkers strikers begn began toay today to 6Uect olIect populrr popula populacontributions r
i contributons contributions for the mantnce maintenance o of t tiei clr clrmIlbus r rarnaibus
mIlbus lne lines To Two thousan thousand slci solicUcirgen solicUcirgengaged e ezage
zage gaged by the Tdes Trades Lb Labor Unions wer wersent C Csent
sent out to cansS canvass the ct city
In additon addition to clect collecting ng funds fo for lbis lbisproject ibm ibmproject S
project the 6Jeiors solicitors ar are epecte pected to tocertain as
certain wht what prporton proporilon ot the p popuatioi popuatioifavors uaiol i
favors trades and labr labor unfonl unions unionsThere
There was an eplosion explosion durng during the D nigh ht htI t tthe
01 the Easton Aenul Avenue lne line of the Tralt TraltCQmpany Traits t tCompany
I Company A t car ran over nn exposhe exposhesuppOed e esupposed
suppOed supposed to have been drDaml dynamite whk whkchattered hlch hlchshatteed
chattered the frnt front tc truck and Lthcrw uiserws uiserwsdamaged s sdamaged
damaged the Cr ear Noboy Nobody was Injur injured injuredPLAGUE l lPLGU
PLGU PLAGUE RAVAGIG RVAGiNG SYN SYNJlorc SYDNEY SYDNEYMore
More Than hix Ix Innll 1lundrd cl Cne Cnseu nnd nndin am ammnetyfour
in mnetyfour tlo1r ncRtbJ ncRtbJV 1sitth 1sitthVANCOUVER
V VANCOUVER A COtR B C July July ti 3The e royal royalmaU roya royamall
mall steasLlp steamship Pr Porpoise sebi hich hu jast jastarlcd jes St Starrived
arlcd arrived here reprt reports that the pJ plague ge situa situation
ton tion In New South Wales al s I icrou erlous erlousThe
The plage plague Is stlcus still causir WNO havoc In STd STdney Srdney
ney nd and thIoughut tbr6ughout the theEhlony lon or X Net w wSouth 1 1South
South Wales In szi Sydtd ae ma msc sc S Shave
h have C been repored reported and Theessumber eDuber o odeaths It Itdeaths
deaths h has s bt been 5 PL PLO f
n O WCCEEflhl ecJE ll 5eaeib csl re E Eeur Eeursinus eur eurJ
sinus sinusAll J
uJ
All n rJn raon Tadr rI4Jctoo4Upgea s e all U trin trait a
Frid Fidss s 2nj Sturf Ssturdiye YU vsXiitt 19r pr rum churn um traIl it
Tneday bllsnrg 5OO fr t5
1 folrj roundtrip 0
J Isle AII Atlantic 1 patI patIn n City i City C eatu 1jI Miy oOs r r1g12TG Of Oceuf Cty City lOdU1P and < d S St t a
11xl1G 1g12TG n < Streaked reJsetl s ti ilei > tbcllu tbclluI tlselving tlselvingiforvd
I cJb ccu r N ql IrL iforvd d le Vnicrs on I
DEFEA B IIFIIT T OF THE BRITISH BRITISHDetais
Detais D etails of the Fjgll Fight With Vih Boers BoersNcr
Ncr Xilals NiliaPs XekL Xek
L tncolnchlrc nc IJllblrc ComP Comjbifls H lon Pougrht = ht to totbe
the End AKnlnlt A ainst lieny heavy Odd OddSeurl Odds
Seurl enrIy Every Man In In in the Scot SeoGre
Gre Greys II ltiliil I or Wonniledfinrub Wonniledfinrubera uncdnurlh uncdnurlherl
erl era Said to have EDllloed Employed Natives SntheKPEORI
PEORI PRETORIA JUly l 1These Tee details of ofthe
the th tht e defeat of the Brtsh British trops troops nur near Nt 1 1trals
trals t NcR hve have been r received elvtd elvtdFhe
Fire cQYies companies or the Lncolnshir Lncolnshirwere Lincolnehires
were w ere ordered ordered to hold the pas pass thrugh through the theaglebeg theagaliesberg
M aglebeg agaliesberg Mountins Mountains Tey They arie arrived at atthe
the th e point idicted Indicated on Tueay Tuesday arernoon arernoonand afternoon
and a nd th three o of their companies mpanles with tWI tWIgns twa
gns g uns camped I in the pass Te The others
tr amped pe4 saewbct amnewhct to the e suthward southward A AhU
hU h iil to the eAtwad eastward semed seamed to be mac Inaccsible
csible c essible but at dybreak daybreak on Wedney Wednesday the tneBoe
Boe B oers appeare appeared on this hU hill and opene opened a aeavy
hea h eavy > fre fire Confuson Cenuslofl ensued Colonel ColonelRobert
Robert R oberts orered ordered the men to ocpy occupy a kopj kopjto kopje
to t o te the wetward westward Frm From thi thIs pint point L hot hotre
fi re ens cnutsed ed during the entire cy cyTwo day
Two guns under the eor escort of te the Scot Seots
Greys G reys placed In advance o of the main b bocy
I were w ere cptured captured afer after a stout retnce retnceI resistance
Xery N early ever every ma roan was kle killed or wounded
A Maxim gun was brought Into action
gn acton actonearly
I early e arly In the day Te The te ifre wag too hot and andthe andhe
the t he men were fnaly finally force forced to retr retire A
sergeant st s aided by seen sevanroluntecrs Toluntec sved svedthe saved
the t he gn gun There was a contnuous continuous fire al all
along a long te the In lIna the Linclnhire Lincolashire Regi Regiment
ment m erit men menreplying rigorously
eplyln Igrously IgrouslyAbout
About 3 oclo oclock In the afernoon afternoon the theBrs
Brs B oors appared appeared to the westward vestwar o of this thisposition thisosition
position p osition An officer ad and 1Ut fifteen n men cal calantiy 1 1fanUy
fanUy i atempte attempted to charge the burghers burghersFourten burgharsourteen
Fourten F ourteen o of them w were re kUed kIlled or wounde wounded woundedThe
Te The Uneolnshires were now prelcU prelcUsurounded practically practicallyurrounded
surounded s urrounded They fre fired steadiy steadily bt but e eco ecoomicaliy
nomicly n omicaliy UDt until nlghtaJ nIghtfall when their am ammulon
mulon musition beame became exhausted aUte Abt About thirty thirtyo
o f the men wh who were In the enggement enggementsrgglo engagement
srgglo s traggled Into cmp camp toy today Sme Some of them themsay
say s ay the Bers Doers employe employed ared armed natve natives nativeswo
Twe T wo of the natho natives le leaped ed from from cver cover when whe1a whensmall
a smal small prty party rrm front te the Lncnshire Lincoinshire Regi Regiment
meat steze stepood up aD and demne demanded tlelr their Hr Hrrender
render r A sler soldier A atspped PPe forward aD and
sbt s hot bt both of the natve natives ded dead One ofcer ofcerho officer
who ho 9teeee sueceeded In mking making hi his eap escape ut hail
an a n enenter encounter wih with an are armed Btle BtleAUA1C native
AUA1C AtBULANGE DOCORS DOCTORS HD HDClder REID
Clder U nder 1rest rrellt at PretorIa IH as Prlon Prloner
er crc of f War or orCAPE
CAPE TOW TOWN July 13uei 13Ie4g a a m mThree
Three T hree doctors of Ute Dutch Abslasce
ctors
o Dtc Ablle AblleCorp
Corp C orps W who were arete arrested at Petea Pretoria ae aesi are
si s till Jl betel as priers prisoners or wr war A sster ssterwo sister
wo who Ws deported red frm from Petori Pretoria wt with t1el them themasbeen
I b1een h asbeen lbrte liberated a and Is B new here Te The
detor d octors Ny the leter letters found oB O on them were wereOl
Ol o nly famiy family greetings to certin certain o of the thebher theurghers
bher b bI urghers who k are stJ still wit with eldos eldosI commandos
I I t Is suggee suggested here tht that the Cn cnnts nt of ofthe
the leter letters were oe oode words wWh whkh ds dsclosed dis dislosed
closed c aheprsnt Ihe present mltry mtary pUODS pUODSarod positions positionsaround
arod around Petorl Pretoria PretoriaIt
It Is uIersto understood tat that the minin mining cm cmmuly corn cornutmity
muly a utmity wf will no not b be al allowed w to relur return to toohannesbrg toJohannesburg
Johannesburg ohannesbrg uti until the Rw Rand veluBt veluateiss s sare S Sare
are rceasc released frm from mltry military duty m with hEi hcix
c corps corpsFIVE
cFE
FE FIVE FIOS ZIIIPINOS SECD SECDUuCt SENTENCED SENTENCED21usd
UuCt Sufer Suffer the Death PenoJ Penalty tor tor3Iutu fos3luthiy
3Iutu 3luthiy and Uurcer UurcerVA Iurder IurderVANCOUVER
VA VANCOUVER COUVER B C July 13Wor 13Word has S Sbeen
be been received here th1 that fve five FIplno Filipinos ha have havebeen e eben
ben been scteIc sentenced to deth death for mutny mutiny ad admurer and andmurder
murer murder or tLe tLe omce officers ot a brgntne brigantine In InTheln inThem
Theln Them Sris Straits StraitsOne
One 0 of Ut the ionvictod onTIcto mon was a forerl forerla formerly formerlya
a J lieutenant tenant o of Aginalo AginaloFE Agumnaldo AgumnaldolIED
FE lIED I IN LOUTH OU CCAGO CCAGODtaze CHICAGO CHICAGOBlnac
Dtaze lu Cunl Yards Ynrd Causes n Lo Loof Lost I Iof
of Fity Fifty rou5nnd Thonsand Dolarll DolarllCHICAGO Dollars DollarsCHICAGO
CHICAGO July 13Soath Chlego Chteago w wcvere war warcovered
cvere covered wIth a dense coud cloud o of zanoke oke this thismorning I Imorning
morning aring arising from rom a fire tt that c consemec me i inearly
nerly nearly 28 zeoo tons o of srt soft and had hard cal coal In Inthe it I Ithe
the lng Tong shed o of the Pide Parradee Coal Cm Cmpnys Corn Cornpsays
pnys psays yrds yards Many any pope people were oied oiedte ObIIg I Ito
te coe close the dor doors an and winows windows o of tr trhous thai r rhouses
hous houses and rmain remain within to a avoid suoa suoat suffoca suffocation
t tion tionFiremen n
Firemn nFiremn Firemen 5e saved the ndonigg adjoining pory poryi propert r rwlth
i with cUleull difficulty Te The Parde Parrndee CmpDY Company S Sloss
i los loss I Is eImated estimated a at 59W 59WTO 9 9T
TO SUE A CEMETERY COMPANY COMPANYlioboken
T SU CEY COM COMHoboken
Hoboken Flr Fire Victinis Ietlml Snhlto Staid to Scare Hnene S Shem
ne hem n Iatroperly ullroperl Burled BurledNEW BuriedNEW
NEW NEW YORK July 13Xrth Bergen BergeRsBn S Sflrd
Bn flrd o of Helh Health in Hudson county hs has de decked dcekied
cked ekied t to pro prosecute cute te the Floier Flower 11 11111 Ceme Ceme Cemetery
tery Compny Company on the gnd graund that the thebie thi I Ibodies
bie bodies o of the Hobken Ioboken stotshlp steariship fre lire Tc isc isctims
Ums have ae no not ben been properly buried ther there thereThis
Tkl This acton action ha has been taken 01 on Cc Cc5lrng tn a aetrengt
5lrng etrengt of a r report prt by Health Inspetor InspetorKemel Inspecto r rKernel
Kernel to the efect effect that bewen between 5enty 5entyaD sevent F Fand
aD and eight eighty bodie bodies hve have been orle buried 18 Ole Olegve on C Cgrave
gve grave In Flower HI Hill CemeteI Cemetery without lhout any anyearth an F Fearth
earth bewon between te them I In hi his repr report the tn tnspector Inspector
spector EJS says In part partuThe partThe
uThe The cemetery meter employes dugL dug a hole holeabut hot e eabout
abut about eght eight feet deep and th thca n stcked stacked In Inthe ii
the cofns coffins ta together ether like pacied herring herrings herringsOn S
On the top or the cofn coffins they have only oat F
from two ad one haI half to three feet or orearth o f fearth
earth There is a an awl awul stenc stench about the thece th a acep2etery
ce cep2etery etery I haye hare plenty or evidence a S Sto
to how the bodies wer pied piled into the thegae fir a agrave
gae grave md wI will have the irpX propel a1davls a1davlsprepred affidavit S Sprepared
prepred prepared The orinance ordinance says that the thecof tb tbcoffis
cof coffis must be at least four feet beneath beneaththe beneatthe
the natural surface urace o of the cemeter cemetery cemeteryThe
The township engneer engineer has prouced produced a askech asketch
skech sketch or he burial plot plot shoflng showing that In Ina I Ia
a sce where thlrt thirty bdies bodies could be beburled b bburied
burled according to the ordinance not Jess Jessthan lea S Sthan
than eightyfour were actualy actually burled burledThe buriedThe
The boar board or heath health hi has foray formally direct directed directed
ed is its couDel counsel to Inlute Institute suit at Jaw I I t thas
has also detailed thr three poIcemen policemen to see seeto se C Cto
to It that the healh health rle rulegare are observe obsenedat a aat
at the cemeter cemetery at aU rutuie burials o oHoboken If IfHoboken
Hoboken fre fire victims victimsA lcUms lcUmsUurler
A Uurler In Brlc1IelorC Brlc1IelorCBRIDGEPORT Briileieperc BriileiepercBRIDGEPORT
BRIDGEPORT Conn Coan July lZInatu 13Infatus 13Infatustion
ton tion for Mrs rs Anelo Angelo mlano Jed Sltore SltoreDagostlnc Salvator C CDagostino
Dagostlnc Dagostino to murer murder her husbnd husband this thismorning thi a amorning
morning The wife wlneed wltneasecl the cold coldblooded
cd cdi
i bloed blooded muror murder and bcule because she manles manifest manifesteel
i a eel grief for her dying husband Dagos Dagostno DagomflaG
tno flaG shot at t her twice 1 will 1 kf ktll yeu yet 1 1too
f too Ir you cHl do not 10 lord m me said Id Da Dai L Lgostino
i gotlno Mrs irs Milano fano was not hur hurt ThE ThEI Tb t tmurderer
murderer cscpe cseaped cseapedt
I murerer
I t Droll prou DI Dlxx Iel heights heightsFarachetejuinpCbaapsahe ato
larIlte FarachetejuinpCbaapsahe jmp HPtke Blc Reacit dl dlSlleeal daRt daRtSpectati
Slleeal Der DctrLcar5
Purk
Jrnr Lcar5 n 0 its tti tie run Stu SjtunlsT It
IIOs tO w ultra P fQ for OliUt ocsjzrpiIn 5ClIttlS t lD II I s e
Fonrpundisg O llodiH tamec rrl rCtufDip rcluinlr frn treat Df Dct Iut tai t tdsniay
dsniay dy u1t u1tIunlber night nighttuniber
Iunlber Iin has dropped lrullpedt at th Prl Frlni1I ntU ntUCDer 5 5Corner
CDer Corner s a sad U1J 5oud sounds kest ttbd boards tlW LIO at L 6 tJt h i 1 i
1 a
I
OLAFJ CLAIMED BY GRT GREAT BRTAN BRTANEnllh BRITAIN
Enllh E nIisii Flaw In IlulteI llantesl on Suth South Sea SeaIllnn Sealclnnds
Illnn IllnnV lclnnds lclnndsVANCOUVER
V VANCOUVER AXCOUVER B C July UThe Royal Royalail
Mal M ail steamhip steamship Porole Porpoise has reured returned to toSydney
Sydney S ydney AustraJa Australia afer after a mt most eetal eetaltrp eveatful eveatfulrip
tlu trp t rip aong among the Sout South S Sea IBaa Islands Acr Accord Accordg
ing lu lus g to the mal mall adve athices brgbt brought by te testeamship the theteamship
steamship s Miowera Hoer from Ausrla Australia toy toyte today
te th e Poroie Porpoise ha has adde added mer more terer territory t to torest
Great C rest Drtala Brftais by plltnr planting te th Dritsh British f flag flaga
on o oe a Nlu NIue or Svage Savage Isl Island 3 MO mil entice nrt north northOst
et e Ost o of th the TOB Tongs GrOp GrOpThe Group GroupThe
The Ilad Island wa was dlye dacovered Iy by Cpln CplnCok Captain Captainook
C ook but to his fertous fertousattacked
Cok Ciy bt owin owing hi ere crew blag befog flrl
Iy iyt attcke attacked when they aUele attempted to land landthe landhe
the t he llaB Island was cJed called SYg Savage Ilan Island Oter OterI Other Otheressels
va vtIs v essels toched touched there at later pr periods 1t 1taU but
I aU a ll e cpenieneed perlenc the sme same dl difficulty lty bOiDS bOiDSuube besagsable
uube u sable to mke make a JIIDS lending 1ti until t the ln lnYisl8r Lencan
Yisl8r M issionary Society seded succeeded ia reclag reclagthe reaching
the th e Isand IsandI island
I Its missionaries learsed the of
Is mllre lere IBgage language o otbe
tbe t tt he nBtfe natives Tie The later latter elae ex4ataed 1 I th them m mtht
tht t hat they knw knew ning nothhig o of dl disease aa and sl sick sickess
n ess until nt whut hl mea ce came and M tkt that tr trpie their
pie p riests hc had to told tiem them te kep keep whl white me men
away a way from th the Isa island ele else tey they woul would aU aUdie
die d dt ie o of dtSel disease S So ut until DW now slle since Cs Cstme Cooks
tme t ime they hue bn been quralt quarantining la tIe the 11 11n lel
a n nd agaI1t against roeguers foreigners using ng dab clubs a an
rows s owe an and stones stonesI
I Te The Porpise Porpoise toulhed touched at Hep Hope Ila Island and andound
found f that a hurrkaae ha had reeB reeentiy ly swe sweoer swept
oer o ver It compietemy ipag out the village
oA It competelY i ipnt ot Tiage TiageA
A numer number or nal natives e were ere kJe killed a and the
I cop c rops o of al ali klBs kinds were dMroyed destroyed ln lncreds lisa
creds d reds o of naUyc natives eme caine to the seon shoreoa ther their
I hans h ands aM kcee knees t too wek weak to walIa walkas they theyI
were w ere dying or hUD hunger er erTe
I Te The Poc Porpoise repre reported tkt that Bun Thol Thomp
JOn s on reprettag representing Gret Great BrtaJ BrItala has de de deared
I cared d ared the Toag Tongs Iland Islands UBK under a Britl British
prtetorte p rotectorate It appar appears that Thomlus Thomlusmblon Thompsons
mblon mission bs has Bt not be been atogeer altogether fc success
fu b ut Te The Kng King In tact fact reftd refused to totreat
with Tolpon Thompson domandln demanding an InterIew InterIewwith Interview
with w ith Quee Queen Victoria Ieera henef herself aa and dem demand demandel
C e el that a warship nblp b be rrlded provided to totake te hl him
to t o Eglaa England TompJ Thompson SS says t that E Eglands En
glands g lands ojet object W wac ol only to pre protect Bngls English
I men resling residing at Toga Tonga againt against the nve nvecortf native
cortf c ourts by bYlug having a Cr count o ottheir ter OW8 OW8EI
EI EMPIRE STAT STATE RPULC RPULCConcntou REPUBLICAN
Concntou Convention to De Ield held lu Saratoga SnrRtogaon
on II ptmbrr 11
XE NEW YORK July 13Te 13The RepWeR RepWeRSte Republican I
Ste S tate Ceveat Ceoventies te Jia nominate candidates candidatesor
far f or Govrr Governor aM oHr other Ste State oe ecers wl tiIL
1 b e hel held fa St Saratoga Sg Springs on T Tuesday ey eyS
S eptember pem r 1 11 Dgt Deiegtes wi will b be ete elected at atthe atthe
the pr pthnaries t to b be hell el O on AI Agsst s
Ckaira Chairman Odell 1 b has eie called t the St State C Corn
mitee mitiee t to Met meet ia t the Filth Avenue Yeute Hee Hotel
at a t 1 oclk oclock a Stury Saturday July my 21 1 t to ax axth
th t he tim iliac aD and p place fe for tH CVetl Convention
The a action a of te the eltee committee wl wilt b be a ro fon fonnailty
mlty i nailty Due because tae party ry Je lenders hue al i irey
rey r eady de decided ul an Saratoga g and Sa Sabr Septem Septemer
YeIM v br h er eetion 1 11 3 as th the pac place aM t1 time fe for ti the C con i
I It i leno sederioood tt that the preasat 1t mi minor
Stle S Sa tate oe ocees ar are I to b be rate renatoated a sad
a a s tae there f is Hte little JI popular ltfe Interest J in de des she
s s econd plaee e en te the tkke ticket te the ctes candidates candidatesoe
fo f ft oe te the Dti nomination f for GOY Governor wl Wilt haitI haitIhe
tl t he etre centre e of tae sg stage J ko now W until tf S Sop Sopember
ter t ember At reaest et t the st situation i 1 ao aoo
o o pen ihl field fo ci aU eWte candidates WB riha want nt t to tonter
enter e Te The pry party 1e leedees hae have not e expceee expceeed I
Cn C d tIemv themselves ia fav favor ol u any m man whe whe1am whose
1am n ame hs has been mentioned mentionedCertain ete I
Certain ReWla Republican Je lenders rs wh M U have not
be b een ver very friendly y to t the oaa oaaa organIzation foe
a yer year or mere e ar are trlg trying to age arrange a aI
I Clnl combintion for Tmhy Timothy 1 L Woa VOOdXUli tor for forGovernor
Governor The Brooklyn leaders for
GGvrr Te BrJy leeer are fe
3 tr 11 WendI Weo4rn to a C men aD and al accesdiog to
II tbe T he iepe ere ourreot at hene hiadqnsrters tley tleyare they
are tJng trying te fn a e eoiobidon with
Lk Louis e esGyersoi F P Pays Bk DineR GOie Cesege W AJrg Aidrdge aB anti
There Tere are m many Repl Repebilmas ii in tle the Sde Sdewk Stni Stniwho
who believe that flm B Wsr
wk blee tht Juste Jusetee Wi E r rRer
ncr of RoJst Rochester r wt would m inabe a sU strung g gI
I cnlate candidate for Goer Governor aa and Ot that le be Wi tiwed
bring 10 te the SUft support o of the Sate State an and Xa Xatil Naiceal
I til t iceal tiket ticket tko thousands et laBt laBtI Independent
I Totes JustHe Justice Werner er i is I In DO sB sense a acandidate
cDdiate candidate aD and It is si naki does not watt t tDOmRatlos the thenomination
nomination but he would yield to 3 al i imOM 1moon
mOM demand of t patty pattyREADY partyREADY
READY LOR POWERS TRIAL TRIALJur TRIL TRILJury
Jur Jury S Secured clJred to H iirnr nr the First I Ken Kentitelcy n ntnc1
tnc1 titelcy SUI 5u5pect etC Case nile nileGEORGETOW
GEORGETOWN Ky July 1SCOlltrary 13Contraryto
to aU expectatIons the IB4IteatioM are aretkat arethat
that the first witness for the prosecution prosecutionin tJon
In the ease of Caleb Powers wilt be put MIton puton
on the stand this afternoon This expe i
dltion Is d due e to the extraordinary diligence diligenceof S
of the court court whleb did not nsijoura ourn soul soulafter
after 7 ocleek last uiglt uigltThe aigLThe f
The sltu attention iol1 tills morning as to Ute jury jtlrywas jurywas
was as follows Eight jurymea had bees beeDfiBally beesfinally
finally selected being Be longer subject IIUbfeetto subjectto
to challenge Three more jurors have haveq havequalified
q qualified JUied aDd but one more Was aee necessary lryto
to fill up a paneL TIle proeseedon ku kuexercise4i ba baexercised
exercised Its right of perept y ehatlen challenge challengetimes e er01U
r01U times or tile tie that tItel the law allo alloThe allows allowsThe
The dereuee had exercised its riglat of ofaUeuge ci cichallenge
challenge aUeuge eleven times aM bad Nt roar roarc feetchalieages
c chalieages Uesges remaining remalIBgIt
It was as therefore GeHSary for bu its H Hditiooal
ditiooal mea te qualify elt I In 5M e evens evensthat et etthat S
that both prosecution sail dei Ex cx r rdeed rclieti
deed an theIr rights of ekaUfti eksflenCourt
COUrt opened at S1S 1 oeod oeoeh wit witreadlDg tb tbreading
reading of the names t the aeemainiai aeemainiaimembers iag iagmembers
members o of the specinlven4e ecial vetrie J Juee SIB SIBnske1 Stmasked
asked the court to delay 3 few trw mlsuie mlsuiefor ute
for W C Owens WH WouB aYe to alt altrear aprear
rear OB crutches Ir OWeD Oweene at detrmine I1I De I Ito Ito
to attend court court coctntry to tM advice o r rhis
his physician He arrived at 346 16 31 31crossfoxamined an I Ierossexnmineit
crossfoxamined Ute VofneaC VofneaCThe cenEentse cenEentseThe
The jury to try Caleb Powers o t final finally al alIy
Iy secured after both skiN had cxJ cxhausce atMId atMIdtheir I Itheir
their challenges T The majan y or the ja jarrmen 311rymen
rrmen rymen are farmers There ve nine i8e DeJtO DeJtOcrnts Benocrats
crnts crats one gold Democrat 8e I Proleib Proleibtionist relti1t relti1tUooist
Uooist and ORe Republican 011 the ti19At jury juryAt
At 11 1 15 a m the COIBRtOIIwth1t oIS II I Ia
1 a cclIjuuance until alter dinner for nr IW eec eecsarv N NJr
sarv Jr ccaeultat ecaeultatnrn no Court tl ta ac1olluted ac1ollutedtll I Iuntil
tll until tIi Z p m mThe in inThe
The Powers jury is made 1I1t as fellows fellowstV eUows
tV 9 O TInder Democrat Democrat farmer J G GStone GStone
Stone Prohibitionist farmer A W WCraig WCraig
Craig Democrat shoe dealer W T Jl Men MenDemocrat a ason
son Democrat tanner George Murphy I1Il1IhyDemocrat MurphyDemocrat
Democrat farmer W H Oltlltam Demo Democrat Democrat
crat lumber dealer Mouse 1eRO KeDlJJCr KeDlJJCrDemocrat KeaperDemocrat
Democrat farmer J C Porter RelHl Republi Republican lI lIcan
can farmer R H E Ford DeDWHrat Democrat farm rarmer
er J B Crosthwaite Democrat stock stockbrok stoolbroker 5
brok broker r J T Mulberry ulberry Gold Democrat Democratrarmer Democratfarmer
farmer Harris 3Jusselmat Democrat DemocratCarIner Democrat Democratfarmer
farmer farmerREADY
CarInerREADY
READY TO RESIST ARREST ARRESTCoebel RBEST
Gaelic SUllleet Said to n lIe UeniJ UeniJrll1e1 liensilArmed C
Armed rll1e1 stinT Uunriiecl UunriieclLEXINGTON nnrJlcd nnrJlcdLEXI
LEXI LEXINGTON GTON Ky Jell lCouaty lCouatySuneJor y ySurveyor
Surveyor Newman who 00 has just returned returnedrom returnet ci cifrom
from rom a business trip to Bell county saYS saYSthltt say S Sthat
that Berry Howard wanted OR the charge chargeo a aof
o of complicity tn the assassInation o of Wit WitUam ItllStain
Stain Geobel Is heavily armed at his home homethere born bornthere
there thereHe thereHe
He 1 says that Howatd hu beeR with a aSlteIBg asurveying
surveying party in which hlck there SS aso so a adeputy adeputy
deputy sheriff but Howard b hsavily hsavilylnned hanvil 5 5armed
armed and accompanied by mea employs cnploywto ii iito
to protect him bimTlte himThe
The I1telllnH nt I1n1l11ltuu noad noadORFOLK ItoatisNORFOLK
NORFOLK Va a July nTIIe lnltel lnltelStates Unite I IStates
States gunboat 3tachiaJ altld at H5IBilten H5IBiltenRoads a aRoads
Roads shorUy after nOH today tod1yt todayunno
unno t pcrlnl Sntllrlln Saturday Trl Trip iaa O OTo 0To
To OW 54 Coin Xor NOtI Virgtii 1rt ti 8ra5 ud as 1
Octaa Ot3 Yit View via X Yssiolk < 1oIk sad 1Id W Wssbigtoa oneuwz oneuwztl stee steeSatarday
Satarday tl y edit < SO p III in n Reund trip lietot t Fert Fert8nl9C F FMonroe
Monroe 8nl9C lad NcrfeR CJ1ak good te retma tuni y 1IIs11t 1IIs11t1or Mh Mht3so
t3so Yet stateroom loOOM i ° s JM JMneCt plre plreBest
Best and largest sIred ShinleK UOJ UOJpet rrc 5 5per
pet 1050 000 made = de of c crersa lIrI io ol 1 IfaIIty bJ r rLlbb I ILibbey
Llbb Libbey J t Co Co
HILL ll LTO3TllPllll TO STU MP THE SnUrH SnUrHlIe llhllh llhllhe
lIe H e Will Viii lake Speeches in Yilgini3 Yilgini3Alabnwa ViigiuiaAlabama
Alabama md Georgia GeorgiaIUnernr Georgiainerary
IUnernr It Nut Yet t Arranged But ISis 111eTou ISisTour
Tou Tour UHI 1 Probnb1 Probably Begin Some SomeTime SomeTime
Time In Selltcmber Septembcey Site ey eyorJ CiVYorle
Yorle orJ Stntelllmnn lOrrhrlll to TaRt TnlkIn TaRtin
In the Solldl Solidly n Democratic moerntle Suites SuitesThe t ltCl ltClThe
The prlndMt1 SJt speeches CHs wllleb a the 1IenDald lies liesavid
Dald D avid Bennett Hili 111 111 I8IIlIe during gldle ie iempaign
II CUR ca mpaign wilt 1It lie delivered i VkgiaMAer VkgiaMAerborna k kama
ama a borna and Georgja At hat that 8 8I as asr
I tu fa r as his self asiCmoth 8PglEllMts en enI at atresent
I PIeeDt p resent He wu besieged with r8Ct r8CtI reaia reaiapeeches
I s peeches from aU pars or Uleeetlatr Uleeetlatrbtg the country d dg
btg la g tU Kaaua Ck City Convention aN at ati atrst
i arst fi rst stoutly relaed to make any aayJses peem peemes
Jses Ie es However Ute f Vrgtiilans rgft au auaoo Alabamans Alabamansnd
aoo a nd Georgians were so insistent tineS lie lieti benally
ti aaUy yjeJd yielded to their eIItreetlEs entreaties anti aa1pledged
pledged p himself to deliver at Je6H lease due dueapeecles skrorpeeches
apeecles s In each State StateHis StateHis
His dates have not yet bee arranged arrangedeIther 1 1neither
neither n has his ro route te It Is supposed tew L0Wver
ever e ver that hIs itinerary will m lay aJetg the t1l1eDJ1In theain
I DJ1In m ain route of the Southern Ralkl Ralklthat and andat
that th at Richmond Atlanta aa 1I1 3inatgsamsy 3inatgsamsyach M MI
each e ach will be aYO favored ed with a aseJeeUoe speech Thee Theeeleefloo
I seJeeUoe z or these ce ceotrue tral points IS will 011 011able enble
able a ble the Democratic managers to nIII ex exCUrsloDS cxursione
CUrsloDS c to the cities naMed and make a aI aHill
I Hill De Day ORe ot the reatu features of tM cant cantalga
I Jlltlga p alga la the thr three States It 15 t thought thoughthat 1It 1Ittbat
tbat t hat the emlneBt New ew Yorker Wlll ot take takehe
thc t he stump before Ute middle or SeDtelll Seosemiternd er eraBd
I aBd a nd that he will make DO set speech sad 13d1he sade
he h e starts on his hi Southern Iour IourNaturally Hr Hrawrally
Naturally awrally It Is beta being asked wily Mr Ir HBI HBIsholllid HP HPhould
sholllid s choose thE solid Democratic Deaecratleor seetion seetionf
or o f the country for his campaign tone when whenIt whent
It i t Is certal certain he could Ite oC JBere senlee 10 10tIe tohe
tIe t he party In die way ay or making roses JilT byringing
Ml b bo ringing gog his powerful logic and pe permissIve permissIveratory e eoronery
oronery o to bear r upon t the minds 1IciR ot sneers VOIersIn sneersn
In id i n Note York York New Jersey Illinois IB IBdlana Iniana
dlana d iana Wisconsin tftetoa anal 311cM 311cMI Mlebtun
gaL g un AM very naturally tt answer Is IsfVtlad Isound
fVtlad f la the pro probability Wlity that 1 in t Ie IeJecUgg so soectiog
I JecUgg l the South for his campaign e earez earezMc ens ensJr
Jr lutl ts loa1d lashing g fonnnl ta JHi JHiXot 1314Not
Not until he goes to his deathbed 1r will willill I IH1II
H1II H ill abandon hope et being eWetei he Fredent l ldeBt
deBt d ent He realiH6 Wit the Sooth will M MlOtidIy besolidly
solidly Democratic when some ot HC HCtlofts
tlofts 5053 or the country now demaa demanding ht t eright theight
right r to anise the party candidates antI aItddoIrlaates antIorninaten
doIrlaates d Its platforms s wilt 111 siring IDg 5a111i1ea 5a111i1eaI
I y ever to some other party Therefore It Itbe itebonves
be b oeves ld hint te maintain dele matteD matteDwith relationsSouth
with Ute South where hI his popaIartty popaIarttyas popuIa tyaday tyadays
as a s sHw shows at Ute Nadsoel auI CeItNllden b bl8ter isgreater
greater than It ever was before At t tSURe the thetc
SURe n tc tIMe It is Cl llSldereII peohsitio that iliatIf thatf
If i f tH National Cem Committee puitlidy d d1r dmias dmiasr
1r M r Rifts services niees I is Ute dma Stases el elthe t the
the t he Middle West West he woeld Id respond U1er U1erfJIIly aseerully
fJIIly f
fJIIlyRARMOhYIN
RARMOhYIN BABMONY IN NEW YORK YORKTbe YORKire
Tbe T ire FoUo FoiIover r of 11111 and Croker CrokerorJln CrokerWorkinra
Workinra orJln in lnlon lnlonEftry tnisonEvery
Every sign Indicates a healthy growth growtharmony a ec echarmeRy
harmeRy h armony IlL tM New York De Demcraejr A ApareatJy Aparently
pareatJy p Crekers attept attempted humiliation humiliationnd mlllBdIIa mlllBdIIaad
ad a nd complete obscuration of nut at atSH IC ICac
SH s ac City has DOt created the M4 1eeIIwi 1eeIIwiwJtklt edigwhisk
whisk was feared at the 0 time HHra 111W td td1tIDIIh trtucoph
1tIDIIh ever Cre1ur at 1 National c ctJea Ceases Ceasesioa
tJea t ioa was so MODCMtIIeed lt the tIteSueers nmsc nmscenaora
Sueers S enaora friel1 HeIR te be aWe aWetlF pla pla1coIly
a 1coIly tlF tilt neW Ute Utetta5 Thm ny blb blbatas
tta5 luet as due8 dte to migaslaal g lllall weli weliBes wosheas
Bes s eas rather tJ an te aBJ anything eke ekeThe C CThe
The Hilt people De new pre ben ngeds ngedst Is Isat
at a t Are upon Crokers Mad ItF ItF1Ipoo Isdutluc Isdutlucpon
1Ipoo u pon his aeeeptuaee et a proore4 erH tIMe tIMeor platef
or o f eoaspletltty lit the State orgaabadet orgaabadetStato organizadnaState
State Chairman Frank Campbell nail Exeeutlve Ex Escettve
eeutlve e ChaIrman McGuire C8ire 0 S Swho Syracuse Syracusewho
who will control the Stte 2 campaIgn ue ue1IrglDg areurging
urging Croker to joIn their organization orgaalzathaTIte organizationThe
The InvItatiOn probably will Ill be accepted acceptedand eIII eIIIand
and th thus Tammany and Ute State OIgJUIIBa OIgJUIIBaUoB ocgaaiatint
tint will work together 1tarBt1 hasisonleecly hasisonleeclythrough sty stytkrougk
through t campalga It is istJtat nadecoed nadecoedthat
that Hill suggested eMed that the iadut invitation I eexteDde4 beextended
extended to Crek Creher r and it is expected eJlpeftMUe that thatthe
Ue Taaaaany boss MOa wlIl display dplayMga nama namaalga
alga of complete reconciliation with stllSae the theSage
Sage et YeUons Reset ROO6tWltk ResetWith
With the two wings ol the party us usworklDb thusworking
working In unison it Is aCleli Evea Eveaby YeB YeBy
by y the Republicans that the Demeuadc Demeuadcprospeets Domcrcprospects
prospects I in Xe New York have Te Hen HYaae HYaaem advanced advancedmuch
m much ch mere rapidly tUB was expected It Ithu Ithas
hu ca caused secl the DeaeeartJe aaaag manageca rs to toIeW toclew
clew New York with a great deal more morehope e ehope
hope than hey had rlltSOR foe or a fe1 few weeks weeksage wefs wefsge
age ge 0 or eV oven B at the National CaRvead CaRveadlies ConvetIsnwhen
when lies Hill aM Creker were 1iCraptbg 1iCraptbgBRYA1lS serpplngBRYANS
BRYA1lS NEW YORK CAMPAIGN CAMPAIG1Inor CAMPAIGN3lnyor
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el Syracuse who Is to manage tile Braa Braacampa llryaacampaign
campa campaign J1 this State is 10 Ita have e a aODCe a emr emrence
ODCe this afternoon CK Ut this evenng with withRichard kIi kIiRlcunl
Richard Creker Jh Sa to ash W CeDJIu CeDJIuto Creeto
member er eC 1 tll the Rx
to serve as a ExeceUne5 ExeceUne5Committee t tCODUBItt
Committee < ol t the e Sate Ca Committee mid 11I byso
10 elning accept same share al tIM tIMmeat mie miemeat
meat and re 0 the caJDlaiga caJDlaigan cantsigaThis
n This ueenlag 18 < Mayor IcGuve taM that tIaeItis thathis
his plan 0 campaign included Iadecl lM lMmeet appeaL appeaLmeat
meet e ag exeeuti executive e eoDHItlttH oommitt el oSee oSeeRWIDbfttf zioethree
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i New ew Y York rk ad three ree from 1Ip t the e saa saaI fuse fuseliogh
I Hes McLaughlin tile the Ttt vetran raa MMerI tender of ofthe
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I consented to serve re on this i ecNalRittlle Ie IeI PieMeGuire
I Y MeGuire G1Ike saki td toIIa toIIaI today todayWith
I Wit With tile t exception oC McLaughlin t tICroiter neilmiter
miter if t the e latter will sene servo Ute ether 8Iitermembers ethermembers
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18 be MJ selected te4 from the membership eaaber itt eC eCState th thState
State Committee CommitteeI CommitteeBANNAS
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I Ierry err heath Announces nnuonccl the theRepnb theRepnbIlan hpob hpoblIean
lIean Itntl mseeutise CumDlltt CumDllttCLBYBLA Committee CommitteeCLEVELAND <
CLBYBLA CLEVELAND D July 13ceenliag to toperry toFerry
perry S S Heetk the Be new Republican Rep8wtatlonal N Ntional
tlonal Executive Committee wilt bet ma4lle ma4lleup smdoup
up as follows feUowlnatOt followsSenator
Senator natOt Hanna chairman Perry S SHeath SHeath
Heath secretary CenteUtis N BUss trea treaIIIrff irene ireneveer
IIIrff Henry C Payne lee chalrm chalrmaat D J JscpIr Ja Jasepli
scpIr H Ianley Richard CKer CKerGraeme C Kereos KereosCrnezse
Graeme Stewart Senator Scett Scott Hrry5 Hrry5ew Harry 5 5New
New ew Fred S Gibbs Myron T Herrick HerrickThe HelTiek HelTiekThe
The Dew committee will meet eet heresolRe heresolRetime here some sometime
time today Perry Heath wlU la atlltreba atlltrebaWilt all probe probebility
Wilt bility succeed Cel CurIes F Dick as SEC SECretaq aceretary
retaq retary and will t therefore < eore resign as As4st As4stant Aaistant
ant Postmaster General GeneraJFranklin GeneralFranklin
Franklin Murphy urphy o of New elV Jersey is isi isalso
i also L member of the new Com Committee 1Uee Mr Mri Mrbeing
i BUss being only nly a member exomclo exomcloI exofficloNOMINATIONS
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I NOMINATIONS BY DEMOCRATS DEMOCRATSI DEMOCRATSCandidates
Candidates for or Con Congcens es Named aJl1ed In InIutllnUR inInilinita
I IutllnUR asset 11IInol 11IInolCHICGO lllInoin lllInoinCHICAGO
CHICAGO July 13Democrats 01 the theThirteenth theThirteenth
Thirteenth Indiana district have nominated nominatedDr
Dr Clem C ntw Bowers rs o of Elkhart for forgres forgross
gross by acclamation aftlamaUonetIloorat acclamationDentoorata
Dentoorata etIloorat of the Fourteenth Illinois dls dlstrkt disyesterday
trkt yesterday nominated Jee6eBJeck JemBlacl jr jrfer jrCongress
fer Congress CODgressl Congressinn
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