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HISTORY BlfTllllLE BlfTllllLEHow O FTllll FTllllhow THB IROllBLE I IHow
How the Boxers oxers Began the Dis Distnrbaticcs Distnlbanccs Distui1flccs
tnrbaticcs in China ChinaA
A t Itevlciv Ih He Ien of oftlc r the Situation In the tbeOrlut theorient lie lieOrient
Orient From f lnil the Commencement Commencementif nt ntof
of if the Illotiii IU Rioting t u at Ieklii to the the1resciit thelre ikelreseiz
1resciit lre eut t Time Thueh Why ly Hope 1I01 or n f StivlnK StivlnKthe SnluJthe Szivlnpt
the t lie Ioreltjners lorel JHr Was Vn nl Abandoned AbandonedSo
So o many conflicting reports hare be been beenBent beastaent n nsent
sent out recently concerning the conditions conditionsin
in China that a chronological chronolo lcal review of ofevents ofeyeIits ofevents
events known to hav hnto < happened may be of ofinterest ofInter08t ofInterest
interest and value alue for reference referenceIt
It has been thoroughly established that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the Doxers Boxers began to make serious trouble troublein
in the latter part of o May lay There had been beenrioting beenrioting beanrioting
rioting previously but such affairs were wereregarded wereregaried wereregaried
regaried at the time as of only local Im Importance Lotportanee ¬ i iportanee
portanee International attention was at attracted Sttracteti ¬
tracted to the Boxers by the occurrences occurrencesin
in the neighborohoo < l of Pckin on May 11 a ai
27 i On that date e tt > a force of o Imperial ChI Chlnae ChInatie CMnose
nose troops tr9 p5 sent out to suppress a riot was wasdefeated wasdefeated wasdefeated
defeated with heavy hea low This victory victoryseemed victoryseemed Ictor Ictorseemod
seemed to give great encouragement to tothe totke tothe
the insurrectionists who became more vie violent dolent vielent ¬
lent and whose ranks were soon considera considerably cOMl conhldernlily ra rabl ¬
lily bl augmented augmentedOn
On the very next day Boxers Box8 tore up upsufficient UIluffidont upsufficient
sufficient of the railway between Pekin and andTientsin andTientsin andrienisin
Tientsin to suspend train service between betweenthe betweenthe betweenthe
the capital and the seacoast > t The United UnitedStates UnitedStteti UnitedStates
States cruiser Newark cwark flagship of Rear RearAdmiral RenrAdmiral RearAdmiral
Admiral Kempff which had arrived at atTaku atTaku atTaku
Taku OIL May la 2S S sent ashore 108 10 marines marineswith marineswith marineswith
with a machine ma hine gun and a field gun on onMay onIa onMay
May Ia 2S tI One hundred men each were also alsotended alsolanded alsoleaded
tended from British Japanese German GermanItalian German1taHsn GermanItalian
Italian Ruesiaa Ru aIas and French warships then thenai thenIII thenat
ai Taku When v t a attempt was made to tosend tofEnd tosend
send these troe troes 6 s by train to Pekin Ieklnto Ieklntoprotect to toprotect toprotect
protect the foreign forei n legations leatl ns there the theTsungliYamea theTsunglIYamen theTaungliYamen
TsungliYamea would not permit it say saying SAying saylag ¬
ing that the Government troops were fully fullyable full fullable fullyable
able to cop cope with the situation unaided unaidedThe unaidedThe unaidedThe
The foreigners insisted however and the theTauagliTainen theT3ungJlYaIB4R theTaungILYanoen
TauagliTainen yielded Iolded On May 31 a spa special spaclal apecml ¬
cial train started from Tientsin for Pekin Pekinwith PeklnIth leknwith
with Ith the following forces Americans Americansollieera 7 7offlcers iofficera
offlcers and an 56 6 m J men a British Z officers and
72 7 men Italian 3 officers o and 4 men menFrench me meJrnch seenFrench
French I offlcers and 72 7 men Russian IIR 4 4officers tomeera 4omeera
omeera and 71 1 men Japanese 2 officers officersami ers ersI
I and 24 1 men mt > n They took along five quick quicknring qulckfiring quickliring
firing guns gunsOH gunsOR gunsOs
OH June > 1 United States Minister Iniater Conger Congerreported COft Cougarreported r rreported
reported to the State Department at Wash Washington Washington Vt ask askIngton ¬
ington from Pekia that these guards for forthe fortile forthe
the legations had arrived aDd their ap appearance apJl4aranee appearauce ¬
pearance had had the immediate effect efi t of ofimproving oC1mproing oftmprovlng
improving the situation and causing the tkeBoxers thexers theBoxers
Boxers xers within the city cit to assume assu e K less lessbelligerent JeubiJIIgtlreBt lenabelligerent
belligerent attitude buUXInister Conger Congertelegraphed CoBcerteterraphctl Cougartelegraphed
telegraphed on n June u e 4 that outside of IV IVkin Itktn iekin
kin the murders murders1Id and Bd persecutions per eeuUons by th thBoxers the tlteUoxers theBoxers
Boxers seem to be on the increase All Allforeigners Allforeigners Allforeigners
foreigners have fled The T Chinese Cb lne Govern Government Gov Governmeat rD rDI ¬
ment seems either unwilling or unable to tosuppress tosuppress tosuppress
suppress the trouble The troops show ao aoenergy DOenerbY noenergy
energy In attacking attaedn the > Boxers On the thesame tbeEam thesame
same Eam day the insurgents wrecked r Cked the rail railroad railroad railroad ¬
road between IVkia ekla and Kt Tientsin again againand apiRand againand
and all traffic OYer the line was suspended suspendedHuMNinrM Buspe suspendedIttiss d d dnU
HuMNinrM nU Ittiss IH In na Kexlu the I lie Kixhtiit KixhtiitOn PI Fight hthlJ hthlJOn I air airOn
On June 5 Rear Re r Admiral Kempff seat a adespatch adespatch adespatch
despatch saying pin sayii that the Russian force forcelanded fonelanded forcelanded
landed at Tientsin had been n the first to be begin begin begin ¬
gin fighting with the t Boxers wjto now nowthreatened DOWthreatpned nowthreatened
threatened that city and that Captain Mc McCalla MeCalia Ic IcCalla
Calla had taken command of the American Americanforce Americanforce Macricanforce
force there Cable messages were sent to toMinister toinister toMinister
Minister Conger and Hear Admiral Kempff Kempffby Kemp Kempb Keinpby <
by b President McKinleys cKi leY1i direction on June JuneG
6 5 giving g lng them ample authority to mad any anyemergency anyemergeney anyemergency
emergency likely to occur in the Chinese Chinesecrisis Chinesecrisis e ecrisis
crisis without involving the United States Statesin StatesIn StatesIn
in any combination among the powers or orinterfering 01Interrerlng orInterfering
interfering in affairs in which this country countryI
I has no direct concern Meanwhile reports reportsof
I of murders of foreigners outside Pekin PekinI Peklllwee Pekinwere
I were arriving arrhin day da by day and on onJune June 7 7the 7tltc 7the
the British landed 9W more men at t Tea Teatsin TeDtsln Tentsln
tsln and te 1 tegan an n preparations to force a pas passage Pltasage pansage ¬
sage to Pekia through the hordes of Box Boxers Boxers Boxera ¬
ers which had cut the railroad awl beset besetthe besetthe t tthe
the capital Twentynve warships of the thevarious tbeI thevarious
various powers bad assembled opposite Ta Taku Taku Taku ¬
I ku by b this time timeMinister time1i timeMinister
Minister 1i lster Conger sent word on June JuneI Junethat 9 9that
I that the situation was steadily growing growingworse growingworse wiDg wiDgI
worse and two more 1B American warships warshipswere warshiPiwere warshipswere
were ordered to Taku the gunboat Nash Nashville XaslliIlt Nashvilie ¬
ville iIlt > with a force of thirty marines frm frmCavite fremCaite rem remCavite
Cavite and the Monocacy from Shanghai ShanghaiA
A strong force of foreign f > regn troo troottS troos ts was dee deepatched l1eepatehed Cuepatched
patched from ro4n Tientsin for Pehin Ie in on Jun JUDd JimaIL < s
11 IL The Srst rst train contained Almiral lmiral Sey Seymour Seymour Seymoor ¬
mour with ftf i Britishers nriti s Captain Mc McCalla McCalls Ie IeClla
Calla with 1M Americans A erIcans 4 41 Italians and ntI ntIAustrlalU
25 5 Austrian A second train contained 60 60British 9416British 00 00British
British Jepaneae Japane Russian and French Frenchtroops FreDCBtroops Frenchtroops
troops On the th first rat train were Hotchktse Hotchktseand lIotchktstand IIOtChkIesand >
and ether ther guns en the second repairing repairingmaterial repalriDrJIlJterial repairingmateriel
material am act new rails By this time thir thirtyen thlrtYODe thirtyoue ¬
tyen foreign forcl n war vessels were reported reportedat
at Taku and alt telegraph lines into Pe Pekin Pee Peekin Pckin ¬
kin bad been cut cutThe cutThe cutThe
The relief expedition was held up about aboutthirty aboutthirty bout boutthirt
thirty thirt miles from Tientsin by badly dam damaged damagfOd darnaged ¬
aged bridges eIJ and while making repairs had hadtheir hadtheir hadtheir
their first brush with ith Boxers who ho appear appeared appeared pp r rcd ¬
ed in small f force ree and were ere soon routed routedleaving loutedJuvlng toutedleaving
leaving about thirty tblrt dead deadCoiifior deadC deadCoitirer
Coiifior C lJtr A tnZcs Iir 1 < for Al Aid AidMinister 11 11in18ter l lMinister
Minister in18ter Conger the telegraph wires be being beIng belag ¬
ing cut managed to get a message e out of ofPekin orPpkln ofPekin
Pekin by courier which hieh asked for 2W8 2W8United 2tOfenited 2000United
United States troops The courier reported reportedthat reportedthat reportedthat
that the Boxers DoXf rK were > entrenching outside outsideof outsideor outsideof
of Pekin to oppose the advance of the re relief relief relief ¬
lief column from Tientsin and that Chi Chinese Chinese Ciiinose ¬
nese guns had been trained upon poll the quar quarters Quarters quarters ¬
ters of the foreign legation A compiles cotapilcaton eomplleatoo compileston
ton of 0 the situation was U removed on June
13 when wht > n definite official information was wasreceived wasreceived as asrcceived
received through the TsungliYamen T Dgli Yamell that thatthe tkatthe thatthe
the Empress Empr Dowager Dowa er would nor note object to tothe tothc tothe
the presence of foreign troops in Chinese Chineseterritory Chineseterritory Chineseterritory
territory The Empress bad at last real realized realIzed realIzed ¬
ized that the Boxers were too powerful to tobe tobe tobe
be suppressed by b means of her own troops troopsand troopsaUll troopsami
and on June 15 she wont In person to tothe tothe tothe
the YungTing Yun Tlng gate of Pekin and urged urgedthem urgedthm urgedthem
them to disperse Her change of o front was wasat wasat wasat
at once followed by the despatch of addi additional additional addttional ¬
tional troops by b nearly nearI all the powers powersFresh powersFresh powersFresh
Fresh outrages were being reported dl daily dlIy dclly ¬
ly all the time among which was one re report report report ¬
port that the summer home of the British BritishMinister Britishlinister BritishMinister
Minister at Pekin Sir Claude M l Macdon Macdonald Macdonaid Iacdonald
ald had been burned and another that the thechancellor thechancellor thechancellor
chancellor of the Japanese Japan Legation had hadbeen hadbeen hadbeen
been murdered in the street The signifi significant significant aignificant ¬
cant news was received on June 16 that thatan thatan thatan
an army of o fully one hundred thousand thousandChinese thousandCblnese thousandChinese
Chinese soldiers had been massed ma scd outside outsideof
of Pekinto J resist the advance of the re relief rtlief reiief ¬
lief column and that the relief column it itself itscIt iticif ¬
self was in need of rescue rea < ue The power of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Boxers now began to be fully teal lealrIzed J tealIzed eal ealIzed
Ized The Cabinet at Washington agreed agreedthat agreedthat agreedthat
that KempfTs forces must be largely larg I in increased increaled increased ¬
creased creasedAll crealedAll creasedAll
All the civilized world was startled on onJune onJune onJune
June IS by the news that Baron von on Ket Kettcler K Ketteler t tteler
teler the German Minister at Pekln had hadbeen hadbpen hadbeen
been killed by Boxers who had entered enteredthe enteredthe enteredthe
the capital destroyed several missions missionsand missionsand missionsand
and attacked the legations but were re repulsed repulsed repulsed ¬
pulsed with Maxims It was realized at ntonce atonce atonce
once that the Kaiser would not ot brook such suchan 2uchan suchan
an offence for one minute and that Chli Chlihad Chl 1
had been compromised with Germany to toa toa toa
a serious extent e tent This dismal news was wasacco3ipanitd wasa wasarcompanied
acco3ipanitd a by b a report that the Tsungli TsungliYamen TsunglIYamen ThongliYamen
Yamen had declined to accede to the de demand demand sicmend ¬
mand of five of the foreign minister for fora fora fora
a safe conduct for themselves and their theirpeople thel thelpeople theirpeople
people to Tientsin which demand dt > mand had been beencoupled beencoupled beencoupled
coupled with notice that they could no lon longer longer Ionger ¬
ger retain diplomatic relations with ith the theChinese theChinese theChinese
Chinese Government The foreigners were weresaid were weresaid weresaid
said to be huddled In the various legations legationsin
in Pekin deserted desert 1 by their servants al already alread already ¬
ready read short of food and only protected protectedfrom protectedfrom protectedfrom
from the violence vlole cc of the Boxers by the thesmall thesmall thesmall
small guard which had been able to reach reachPekin reachPekln ieachPekin
Pekin before b fore the railroad was cut To ToHoods ToHoodsPIIS ToHoodsPIHs
Hoods HoodsPIIS HoodsPIHsor Fills II Sr Sror bin Do not mercury mercuryorcalomel con conII
or orcalomel calomel They Tl1Cj3re are purely Jlurclegctable vegetable perfect perfectly pc1ectly perfectly ¬
ly sale for the most delicate organism Mild Mildefficient llIId llIIdemclcnl Mildefficient
efficient thorough Sold by all druggists 2M c
make the situation even more grave word wordcame wordC3me wordcame
came from Admiral Seymours relief col column i iumn i iumn
umn that it had fallen into a tight place placewith placewith
with one enormous mass of Chinese sol soldicra soldler3 aoldiers
dicra in front while another was cutting cuttingthe cuttingthe cuttingthe I
the repaired railroad in their rear Pro Provisions Prodstons Provisions ¬
visions and water were running runnln short and andit andJt andit
it was seen that the only anI salvation lay in inretreat Inretroot inretreet
retreat to Tientsin Incendiarism I endlarism In Tien Tientsin Tientsin Tiontsln ¬
tsin next assumed alarming alnrm1n proportions proportionsand
and telegraph communication A was fS S destroy destroyed destroyed destroyeel ¬
ed The Japanese Government decided < 1 to townd tosend tosend
send 1000 troops to recnforee Its marines marinesand marinesand I Ia
and a l the Cabinet at Washington made up upIts upits I Iits
Its mind to send troops from ManilaVI Manilattlliil Manila MnnllaJllell
ttlliil VI Jllell II oil WnrsUlpn Vnrlblp Fired On OnWhile OnWhile OxaWhile
While Juno 17 was such an Important Importantdate Importantdate importantdate
date in the Cabinets of the powers it was waseven waseYeD Wasoven
even more eventful at the seat of o disturb disturbance dlsturbance disturbanee ¬
ance for on that day the foreign admirals admiralsat
at Taku T ku with the exception of KerneL is issued Issuet issues ¬
commanders of ofthe oftho ofthe
sued sues an ultimatum to the
the Taku forts demanding the withdrawal withdrawalof
of their troops before 2 p m For Fo answer answerthe answerthe answerthe I
the forts opened fire on the thirtytwo thirtytwowarships thirtytwowarships thirtytwowarships
warships which had by that time gathered gatheredat I
at Taku The Russian French British BrltiaUand BrlUaband Britishand
and Japanese guns replied and after seven sevenhours sevenhours I
hours bombardment the forts surrendered surrenderedOn
On receipt of o the news of the Taku forts fortsfiring fortsfiring fortsfiring
firing upon American President SIcKintey SIcKinteycaused McKinieycaused I Icaused
caused a despatch to be sent to Kempff K mp1r in inwhich inwhich I
which whl < h he was directed to act concurrently concurrentlywith cOBcUrreaUywith concurrentlywith
with the forces of o the other powers for the theprotection t theprotection le lei
i protection of all American interests The ThePresident TheI ThePresident
President also directed General MacArthur MacArthurto
I to send regulars to Tientsin and Rear Ad Admiral Admiral AdmImi ¬
miral Rera Rentey y was instructed to despatch despatchthe despatckthe despatchthe
the Oregon to Taku from Hongkong HongkongA
A large army of o Chinese attached the al allied allied allied ¬ I
lied forces in Tientsin on Juno 19 11 anti 26 26The flThe 20The
The allies numbered only 4000 men and andthey andthey andthey
they sent word to the fleet eel that reenCoree reenCoreement reenforcement
ment men were urgently needed Six hundred hundredAmericans JlundredAmericans hundredAmericans
Americans and Russians were rushed for forward forIIrd forward ¬
ward IIrd on June SI but were repulsed before beforettiby beforetlitty
ttiby th y could reach Tientsin Major Waller Wallercommanded Wallercommanded Wailercommanded I
commanded the American marines Four Pourof Fourof I Iof
of them were killed and seven wounded woundedRear woundedRear
Rear Admiral Hemey in command of the theUnited tkeUnited theUnited I
United States Asiatic squadron was order ordered ordercml ¬
I Ied
ed on June > 24 from Manila to Taku on onboard I Iboard pboard
board his flagship the Brooklyn the Ore Oregon Oregon ¬
gon having sailed from Hongkong the sight sightbefore sightbefore sightbefore
before beforeOne beforeOne I
One piece of good news came to relieve relievethe reli relievethe Ye I
the th situation on June Jun 26 2 G Tills was that an anallied anzllled anallied
allied force from cola the Meet had succeeded succeededin
in raising the siege of Tientsin and had hadrescued ladretKued badrescued
rescued the beleaguered beleatut > red garrison there thereAmericana thereAmerlclna thereAmericans
Americana and Ilritsl rlHsl befit being the t first to tobreak tobreak
break through the Chinese lines Word Wordnext WordRext Wordnext I
next came that Seymours retreating col column column eelunto ¬
umn after 1t r much hard BgatiBg IiIlDU g had WOK WOKits wonits 011 I IIS
its way wa back to within ten Hii BlI sailni of Ties Tientain Tiestaut
taut where wh re he was surrounded by b Boxers Boxersand Bo Bucersand ers ersand
and ia imminent danger of btsin etK to topieces topieces I
pieces The relief column which had aadraised udraised hadraised
raised the siege l iege of Tientsin at atOllee atOlleeI oe pushed ptubedon
on to Seymours assistance assistancela
la the interval Brig Gen AiJna R Chaf Chaffee Chaffee Chatfee
fee was appointed to cote cOlCm rod lH1T o F the Amer American Amerlean Assetlean ¬
lean military mUIta T force in Cniaa an and the theNinth t1teXIllth theNinth
Ninth Regiment Pe h nt sailed Ued from Manila ManilaOn laallaStln11 MualiaStyiiiiiii
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On the morning of June 25 2 the reliev relieving relleytAg rellevbeg ¬
tAg force reached Admiral Seymour and andbrought adbrought sadbrought
brought him safely Mfel into TientBla Tleats e ea the thenext thenext thenext
next day Ills column had reached reachedpoint a apoiot apoint
point twelve miles from torn Pekin after man manhard maDhard many manyhard
hard fights and had then tbe been D obliged to totura totura toturn
tura back by b superior force tack ef pre prevteioos prel peevIcious
vIcious l ioRs and being hampered by many manywounded JDywouuded manywounded
wounded ills casualties were American Americankilled AmericankU1ed Americankilled
killed 4 wounded 25 2 British killed 27 27wounded 27wounded 7 7wounded
wounded 73 i French killed 1 wounded woundedGerman II IIGerman 10German
German killed 12 1 wounded C2 2 Italian Italiankilled ltaU ltaUkilled Italiankilled
killed 5 wounded 3 Japanese Jpaa killed killedwoundet 2 2wounded 2wounded
wounded 3 Austrian killed kill 1 wounded 1 1Russian 1Rusalan 1Itussisu
Russian killed 10 wounded 27 i Captain CaptainMcCalla CAPWDleCaUa CaptainMcCalia
McCalla wax among nmon the th American Americanwounded Americawounded Americaawounded
wounded woundedAs woundedAs woundedAs
As the return of Seymours column pac practically p pactidally A Aticall ¬
tidally ticall left the pentup foreigners i II Pekia Pekiato PEkioto lekiato
to their fate careful calculation of their theirnumber tHirDumber theirnumber
number were now lIIade made and coMervatlve coMervatlveestimates cOIMeratlfeestimate cooservaticeestimates
estimates placed th them in at about lM IOM white whitepersocs wtitei
i I persocs Native convert to Christianity ChristianityI Cllri tiaaity tiaaityI
I and native servants of the foreigners wejd wejdof weidI eJ eJI
I of course considerably Increase l erEate the throng throngof
of refugees at the embassies em Nothing Nothingbad Xllthiatad Nothinghasi
I bad been heard from Minister Cocger since sinceJune sI sinceJune ee eeI
I June 12 12Consternation I II 1Consternation
Consternation struck our naval expers on onJune OftJune onJune
June M when lten the Oregon ran on a aabout lok lokabout Io k kabout
I about tairtyave miles notbeast of Cacfoo Cacfooand C3dooand Caifooand
and suffered su < ercd serious damage First report reportI reportsmade
I made her out a total wreck but she was wtsfloated wrs8oItetl wasHeated
floated on July Jul 2 and can be repaired repairedOn repltiretlOR repairedOa
On the same day it became b known that thatPrince thatPrinee thatPrince
Prince Tuan the father of the heir sp spparent rpBrent apparent
parent of China had usurped the imperial imperialauthority imperialauUwrlt Imperialauthority
authority auUwrlt placed himself at the bead of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Boxers and had issued i aa order for forthe forthe forthe
the extermination of u all foreigners in Chi China China CMna ¬
na The Viceroys ceroys and Governors rS of the thesouthern tkesoutherB thesouthern
southern province however howev r refused to lorecognize torecOfnlu torecognize
recognize the authority of Teen and to tosteps tox toxsteP5 toaksAepn
steps for the formation of an independent independentState iDdepeD4lentState independentState
State with Nanking as capital it belcg belcgtheir belagtheir
I their intentkw to maintain friendly rela relations reJaI relathins ¬
thins elk the powers powersDirt powerllHirt powerslOire
I Dirt XCMVM Xt Krniii lr Iekiii IekiiiThe 1IIuTIte ikiziThe
The ominous silence concerning affairs affairsIn aKsirsin irs irsIn
In Pekia was broken on July 4 1 when a acourier acourier acourier
courier from the capital reached the coast coastwith coastwilk coastwith
with a message from Sir Robert Hart He Heasked Heked lieasked
asked for speedy relief said that the for foreigners forclpnen forcigners ¬
eigners were ere battling incessantly lae aaatJ with tlh the themcto tftJIt Ikeindb
mcto and were on the night ef June JUItv > 54 54whpu 24wbe
whpu v wbe ftJ the courier started making RK a aoerate des desrerate denerste
rerate erste stand in the inclosure of the Brit British British Beltish ¬
ish Legation The Emperor and Empress Empressere Empreaaere
ere prisoners la their palace by this till time timeacd tiMeI timeand
and Ld Prince Tuan was having everything everythinghis
I his own way y Other couriers who left leftPekin I leftPekin rt rtlekln
Pekin a day cia l lit r two later than Sir Robert RobertHarts RobertI RobertlIsrts
I Harts messenger nger but who reached the theof tbeI thecost
I CO cost t at the same time said that the heads hesdsor headsof
of some of the captured legation l ioR guards guardswere guardsWere ard ardwere
were being borne through < h 1M streets of oftbe otthe ofthe
the capital on the points of spears follow followed foilowed followcml ¬
ed by b crowds ef o frenzied Boxers yelling yellingKill yellingKiIi lIIng lIIngKill
Kill the foreign devils Kill Kill KillSir KillSir KillSir
Sir Robert Hart succeeded s In getting an another another another ¬
other message through throu h the lines on June Junewhich June2P
25 which reached rea bed the th outside world on onJjly OftI onI
I Jjly J 11 5 It said that Chinese ChiDt > se troops were werehelling wCrehelllag wereshelling
helling the British rlUsR Legation L tioft where all allthe allthe 11 11tbt
the members of the diplomatic boy were werecongregated werecongregated ere erecongregated
congregated Notwithstanding thU bar harrowing aarrowing barrowing ¬
rowing appeal the Russian and British BritishAdmirals BritishAdmirals BritishAdmirals
Admirals at Taku decided that it would wouldbe wouldbe wouldbe
be suicidal to attempt the relief of Pekin Pekinwithout Peklnwithout Pekinwithout
without greatly Increased Increa ez1 forces forcesAs forcesAs forcesAs
As a result of o this desperate de perate situation situationthe situationtbe situationthe
the announcement was made on July Julythat 7 7that 7that
that Russia had consented to give Japan a afree afree afree
free hand to apply military force in Ch Chna Chna Chnfl
na No o power raised any objection to this thiscourse tklscourse thiscourse
course and the Japanese ordered an army armydivision armydli610n armydivision
division to be sent at once to China mak making making tusking ¬
ing the total number of o Japanese troops troopsthere troopsthere troopsthere
there 23000 Reassuring news concerning concerningPekin co concerningPekin eernin eerninPekin
Pekin was received recel from Consul General GeneralGoodnoiv GeneralGoodnow GenecalGoodnow
Goodnow at Shanghai on July 8 He tele telegraphed teIefrapbed telegraphed ¬
graphed that a courier who left Pekic on onJuly onJuly onJuly
July 1 reported that the legations were still stillstanding sunstanding stilletonding
standing The Ninth Inth Regiment Re iment arrived at atTaku atTaku atTaku
Taku from Manila on July 7 7Chi 7Chlnll 7China
Chi China n n States Her CIINP CIINPWu CuCrI CitacVu
I Wu Vu Tingfang the Chinese Minister at atWashington atI atWashington
Washington delivered to Secretary Hay on onJuly onJuly onJuly
July 11 a translation of a long Imperial Imperialdecree Imperiadecree imperialdecree
decree dated June 2 in which the Chi Chinese Chinese Chinese ¬
nese nese Government denies all responsibility responsibilityfor
for the outrages asserts that the fighting fightingdid fightingdill fightingdiii
did not begin with the Chinese and Intl Intlmtcs intlmetes Intimates
metes that the powers are chieflyto chie y o blame blamefor blamefor blamefor
for the plight in which China finds her herself herI herself ¬
self today todayThe todayThe todayThe
I The Ninth Infantry from Manila landed landedon landedon landedon
on July 10 and were at once sent en to toTientsin lTIentsin t tTientsln
Tientsin where the allies were contin continually contlnuaUy continuaily ¬
ually obliged to fight in order to hold the thej t11 t11city thecity
j city from the Boxers who regularly be besieged besieged besieged ¬
sieged the city at frequent intervals intervalsThe iutenalsThe intervalsThe
The expected happened happt > ned but all 11 tb3 th civil civilized civilized hI hIIzed ¬
ized world was horrified when on July 13 13a 1 1a 13a
a report came from Chinese official sor ea eaat e6nt enat
at Shanghai that all the foreigners in Pesin Pesinexcept Pe Peklnexcept ln lnexcept
except two were massacred by the Chinese Chineseforces Chincs9forces Chnesaforces
forces under Prince Tuan on July 6 It Itwas Itwas Itwas
was also reported that Prince Chins at atthe atthe atthe
the last moment went to the assistance of ofthe orthe ofthe
the foreigners at the head of a tody of ofImperial o oImperial ofImperial
Imperial Chinese troops but his force was wasMan wasInn was5ifl
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both troubled with distressing Catarrh Catarrh but buthave we weLave wehave
have enjoyed nj < 1d freccfcra from this apgtai I atlnJ atlnJin4I1dy retingnlady tinK tinKiialady
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Marrhal Powder Its action was instantaneous instantaneousgiving hltantan instantanouegtvanp 5 5sivins
giving gtvanp the roost grateful relief within tea t min minutes mi miI mmutca ¬
utes lifter art after first rst application ap ittltkJI Fifty cents Sold by b
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people who 110 have mve been here recognize the great rear opportuni opportunities opportunities ¬ I
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their sects before the young 7OUD leave h ae the shell shellte a ellis shellis
is a great boon to other smaller birds A Asingular Ast Asingular
singular st lar trait ia the character ot Use ibeopr Useoaprey he heosprey
opr osprey y is its toleration of sparrows crow crowblackMrtte crowblaekltlnts crewblackbirds
blackbirds awl nd grackl racklas s to build their theiraests tbelrDeBts theirnests
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its awn neat ct U constructed ccnstruete Like Llke1s Llke1sto rascals rascalsto
to a chief tii these e smaller birds lay eggs eggsand eggsass gga ggaand
and ass hatch thea the ia perfect security and andin andin nd ndIn
in mutual harmony with the larger feath feathered featllered feathcrest ¬
ered creatures Often Of tea there are from fromtwenty fromtwenty roes roestwenty
twenty to thirty thirt nests of small birds in inthe laItbe inthe
the rounded outer sides of the Ashhawks Ashhawksnest Jis ashhawksnest ks ksDtSt
Itbe nest From Joe long acquaintance with the theflakhawk tbebkbalk thelinkhawk
flakhawk the sparrows and d crowblack crowblackbirds erowblackbirds crewblackbirds ¬
birds have no fear ear of them Ute and IHI they have harelearned havelearaed havelearned
learned that as the fishhawk Isti ak during in incubation 111eubaUoD ineuhation ¬
cubation constantly is on guard their nests nestsare nestsare ests estsare
are doubly secure from roes featheredIntrud featheredIntruders ¬
ers and from the inroads of the common commoncrow eoIIIlBOftcrow commoncrew
crow the bird that they most fear when whentheir whe wheth whentheir
their th k nests COD contain tat n eggs eggsWhen 8gSW eggsWhen
When W eft the young fishhawks fif come forth forthfrom forthfrom forthfrom
from the shell the constant guard of the thenest theI thenest
I nest by the male and female is gradually graduallyrelaxed graduallyrelaXed graduallyrelaxed
relaxed The female leaves the nest at atintervals atIntenals atintervals
intervals in quest of o food soon flying back backwith backwith backwith
with a fish caught in harbor or bay A Anoticeable Anoticeable Anoticeable
noticeable feature about the t mother hawk hawkis hawkis hawkis
is her mode of o feeding feediR the young oun Re Returning Returnl Returning ¬
turning turnl g with a shad or porgie when the theyoung theoung theyoung
young oung are only a tea fe days old the mother motherbird mot motherbird er erbird
bird tears the t fish in pieces with her claws clawsand clawsand clawsand
and bill giving a strip to each young bird birdWhen birdWhen birdWhen
When the birds become a week old or orabout orabout orabout
about that age and thereafter during the theseason theseason theseason
season a whole fish is given to each young youngfishhawk youngfishhawk youngfishhawk
fishhawk by its mother It is interesting interestingto
to watch the young hawks when they are arefed arefed arefed
fed They will cry for f food ° ° d when hun hungry hungry hungry ¬
gry but unlike the progeny of o all other otherfeathered otherCeathered otherfeathered
feathered tribes and land animals they theywill the thewill theywill
will not fight for food The mother Bird Birdselects Dlrdselects birdselects
selects the young one to which she will willgive wl11gle willgive
give a fish The rest of them remain remaill sit sitting sitting sitting ¬
ting beside their more fortunate companion companionin comp nion nionin
in the nest but beyond uttering plaintive plaintivecries plalnt1ecries plaintivecries
cries make no effort to get part of the thefish thefish thefish
fish for themselves simply waiting in pa patience patience patience ¬
tience till their turn comes which whl h cir circumstances clrcumstancesmay circurnstances ¬
cumstances cumstancesmay may prolong for quite a length lengthof
of time The young oung birds catch no fish the thefirst thefirst thefirst
first year of their lives Their food is pro procured procured procured ¬
cured by the parents As soon as the theyoung theyoung theyoung
young brood becomes a few weeks old the themother themother themother
mother throws off quite a piece of the top topof topo topof
of o the nest to the ground This enables enablesthe cIablesthe enablesthe
the young to tee fe their surroundings and andless andless andless
less obstacles are in the way a when they theyfirst theyfirst theyfirst
first make attempt to fly flyThe fiyThe flyThe
The young birds do not take readily readiI to tofight to1tg tofignt
fight 1tg l They are fully feathered and yet yetmake yetDroke I Imake
make no attempt to leave lcevehe the nest Gicer Gicerally I Ially Ially
ally their initial attempts to rise on wing wingare WIDgare wingare
are begun about July 10 Flying up fioai fioaithe mom momthe
the nest they fall back upon it again frem frema
a height of about five feet They make makeattempts makeattempts makeattempts
attempts in turn with like rosuts The Tteyoung Theyoung
young hawks are very vety timid bout flyiru flyirul flyinaway ylnc
l away from rom the nests and It devolves upou upouthe upouthe uponthe
the parents Parents to drive the young forcibly oft oftIn offin
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i screeching and loud are the cries ot the thebirds thebirds
birds on such su h occasions occa ons At t last o oe = e or o the tbeyoung theyoung theyoung J
young hawks will msle nu e an attempt to toreach toreach
reach an object fifty jrtrds away from tUe t ttcnest e enesl I I Inest
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and it is not uncommon to tosee see the flsdgUng flsdgUngtumble t ttumble
tumble In somersaults t earthward The Themother T1Jemother Themother I
mother hawk ever on on the th6t > alert rushes to toits toIts toIts
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Temperance workers were more than de delighted dlIlgbti41 delighted ¬
lighted when Miss Helen Gould decUrad decUradhwelf Ihelz red redheegeif d df
hwelf f opposed to the Ar Army y canteen Per PertriBe Perups Perhaps
ups the Isbarera fer refer will il1 fe1 a atriMe atride
triBe B nervous rrwN over the outcome out OIIttt of Mian MianGmids MianGoulds isn isnGeulds
Gmids reat vtefe hiit to Fort Sheridan Sheridanfor Sheridanfor
for ao far she he has made e ao comment as asthe asto 5
to whether or not a practical Inspection o otittt of ofthe
the canteen uoocr UDder ta tile guide el Gen Joe JoeWfceeter JoeWJteeIer JoeWheeler
Wheeler led her to change Her views viewsFor viewsFor viewsFor
For are ATe re minutes ao runs a descrip description de descripUsa erlp erlptJoa ¬
Usa of her vWt te the fort sri General GeneralWheofer GeDEralWJteeler GeneralTheeier
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weald be created ereat by h th the abeHttec of the thecanteen tkeeaateeB thecanteen
canteen She listened tteattwly ttethr ly but butande butJBIde butmade
made ne remark remarkThe ranarkI1te iemaiLThe
The himdr hundreds ta ef w women ve Iat interested < ree4ed In Inthe inthe
the teaa t temperance er Me aoyeaent will 1 preaby preabyse
se see ta t it that Miss Go Gould Id dee dues not eMtiatte eMtiattedumb eOIIti eOIItimb ceatianedumb
dumb dumbTh mb
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Th The physfciacs who performed the opera operation perntlea operaties ¬
ties upon Mrs Perry B Belmont In ont at Newport Newportyesterday XewponY Newporyesterday
yesterday Y erdaJ announced test Bight ib t that the taapatient tJaepatient thepatient
patient wa was doing mock better than the thehope thekad ther therhad
had dared eXpect expect and that there is ever everhope every
hope of h her r recovery recoveryV recGer recGerWtihiugtOft recoveryWashington
Washington V sbingtOQ society will suffer rer no little littleloss 1IttleJosa littleloss
loss in the departure of Dr von B HJtlen hien ned ucdman uldlIallMtek nedlisiboek
lIallMtek the Seeood Secretary of the Gr Grmaa Grman
man Embassy who has been particularly particularlypopular partlelllarypopular particularypopular
popular both in diplomatic and resident cir circles cirden r rdes ¬
des den daYins d1 ri his stay > at the National Capital CapitalDr CapitalDr CapLaiDr
Dr Yo YoGovern Yon oh1en hu bee been er ordered eed lIy Jt8 Jt8Governmellt MsGovernment
Govern GovernSchwarzeostein Government to a accopany pany Dr MuRlm Vest VestSchwarzenutein 00 00Sc
Schwarzeostein Sc warzenetelo thi tk t newly appointed Min Minister liBlater Mm Mmlater ¬
later from Germany to China and they theywill theywill
will sail next week for Shanghai on tap t tGennaB
German warship Treuseen TreuseenChevalier Trel5iHDCaernlier TreuseenChevalier
Chevalier Treatanove has added another anothertriumph aBOU1rtriumph anothertriumph
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