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NUMBKR Nll mER 1559 559 1V ASllINGTON FRIDAY FRIDAY JULY 27 1900 PRICE ONE CENT
DATED DATEDPEKIN PEKIN JULY JULYTJcttcr 6
Letter From the British Minister MinisterReceived IinistcrUeceircd
Received at Shanghai ShanghaiALMOST Shal1 ltai ltaiALJIOSr
ALMOST READY TO GIVE UP UPCould UPCou1d
Could Not Possibly I > Hold Out More MoreThau JIolcThan
Than a Forlui Fortlliht FortllihtFOOD Iit IitFOOD
FOOD AND A D A3IMUNITIOX SHORT SHORTSir
Sir Ir Claude Maclloiinld Declares ecnrc Titat Titat1C ThntJ
1C J Tlicy Thc Arc rc PrcMMcd They 1luf T1i Cannot CannotSurvive CnnnotSorhc
Survive Hour Iu r DnyH LoitKcr lonJcrTlarce lonJcrTlarceIc Three ThreeLcKntioiiH
LcKntioiiH Ic ntlull Still StnuiliuK StlinIUnJCtnnrI1 StlinIUnJCtnnrI1Icc Coivartl CoivartlIce
Ice of the he Chinese Alone Prevents PreventsAnnihilation lrccntKnlllhllnUonAlhlcJl
Annihilation nlllhllnUonAlhlcJl Advises the Relief IlcllcfForce HeliceII0rce
Force to Appronoh the Capital Capitall Cllpltnl1ruUI Czipltul1rniit
l 1ruUI < roin the Enxtern Gate GnteLoMe4 LOKNCS of ofForciKinrs urForlJntr ofForelgneri
ForciKinrs Were crc Forty Port Killed nod aadKljihty nnliI nodFIg1il
Kljihty I FIg1il IJht v AVoiiitdcd ouutJed nt the Time Timethe Timethe Timethe
the Coiiiiiiiinicnti Coiti inn niezt 1111 < iii AVas nM AVritten AVrittenLONDON VrittenLONDON rltten rlttenLOXDOX
LONDON July Jill 27 2A LA A Shanghai despatch despatchto
to the Daily Hail of todays date datesays says a aletter aletter aletter
letter from Sir Claude MacDonald the theBritish th3Brltlsh th thBritish
British Minister at t Pokin has just been beenreceived beenrecehed beenreceived
received there It Is dated PeWn July 6 6and 6nUll 6nn1
and roods as follows followsWe followsWe followsWe
We arc receiving no assistance from the theauthorities theauthorlUcs theauthorities
authorities Three legations arc stilt stiltstanding sUlIstamliRb stillEtanding
standing including the British rltish We also alsohold alsihold aIs aIshold
hold part of the city eft walls The Chinese Chinesearc Chinesearc Chineseare
arc shelling us from the city with one one3inch one3htell one3Inct
3inch guR and some ine smaller ones The They The1arc Theycrc
ere alee o sniping at HS with rilles Wo o may maybe ma mabe maybe
be annihilated any an day tla Ammunition and andfood andfOOd andfood
food are re short shortWe skortWo eho4tvo
We vo would have poriehed by h this time timeonly timeonl30 timeonly
only the th Chinese Cki are coward awl aIM have no noorganised DOorgantzotl noorganaod
organised plan of attack If we are not notpressed notpreseed notprosoed
pressed we may ma held out for a fortnight fortnightlonger fertnlghtlonJcr fortnIghtlonger
longer otherwise otb rwitte four day da > at t the ut utmost utmost utmost ¬
most I anticipate only slight reststeaeo reststeaeoto reslsta co coto
to the relief ferce ferceMaeDonald fercelaeDoD8ld forceMacDonald
MacDonald concludes co by byadvielog advteisg tao le leHevlBg Jelievlng tolieving
HevlBg force to approach appr h the city by the theeastern theeastern theeastern
eastern gate or by b the river He states statesthat statesthat Matesthat
that the l losses es of the foreigner ia I Pekin Pekinup Ptkintip Peldnup
up to July C were forty fOfY killed and eighty eightywouodud eiglltywouoolod eightywounded
wounded wouodudWriting wouoolodrlttn woundedWrlttng
Writing rlttn to the comwls con tlls under date of ofJuly ofJul ofJuly
July Jul 4 Minister MaeDonold said the for foreigners foreigners forelgnera ¬
eigners had been reduced to horse horseflesh horsefle far farfood fJrfooo frfood
food but could co uk hold out for ten days daysA dAysA daysA
A despatch to the Central News from fromChefoo fromChcroo fromCheoo
Chefoo dated July 255y 3 a mCS message llge from fromSir fromSir fromSir
Sir Claude MacDonald 11acDo ld the British Minister Ministerat nlll ter terat
at Pekta reached re hEd Tientsin a few day days ago agoIt agoIl agoIt
It It was dated July JulyG C and said the legations legationswere legsUonswere lcgstionswere
were under constant tire but ut could hold holdout hot1out boldout
out for fourteen days dayslUportfil tJasnllnrtltI tOYSltporl
lUportfil ltporl ed Saf Urt zi 14 oil 0 July JulyA hllt hlltA 1 iii y ft ftAdespatch >
A Adespatch despatch from Brussels says that an anofllcial anof11cial anofficial
official telegram received there t cro states atat that thata
a servant of the German Legation has ar arrived arrived arrived ¬
rived at Tientsin TientsinHe TientsinHe Tienisinlie
He left Pekin on July Jtll 9 iip p to which whichtime whichtime whichtime
time there bad been no massacre mae acre There Therehad Therehad Therehad
had been night attacks but the British BritishLegation BritishLegation BritishLegation
Legation alone suffered He believes that thatthe tbntthe thni thnithe
the ministers may ma be able to hold out stil stillonger still 5tmlonger stilllonger
longer provided pro lled taeir ammunition lasts lastsThe lastsThe lastsrIte
The telegram was seat by tho Belgian BelgianVice BelgianVice Belgianlee
Vice lee Consul at Tientsin TientsinAiiarehy TientsiDlIl1reh TiestetotinrcIiy
Aiiarehy lIl1reh tinrcIiy in Two Vrovimcs VrovimcsAccording JrluhucAceordiug Jriil1CeMAceordlzg
According to advices from Paris the thePreach theFrench thePreach
Preach Ccnsul at Shanghai ShAnghaIroports reports that af affairs f ffairs ffairs ¬
fairs In the provinces of Szechuan and Hu Hunan Hunan Tinnan ¬
nan are becoming worse orsc Christians are arebeing arebt arebeing
being bt IDg plundered in Hunan ad the troops troopsare troopsare troopsare
are becoming uncontrollable uncontrollableThe uDCINdrollabeThe uncootrollabieThe
The American and Italian ConcnK Conan obey obaying obsyIng obeylog
ing the instructions of their Governments Governmentsvisited Goernme Covernmeatsisltod ls lsvisitatI
visited Li Hung Chang yesterday Lis Lisvisit Lt6Isit LteVIsit
visit Isit to Pekln has been indefinitely POt poUponed POtned poltpotted
potted ponedThe pottedThe ned nedThe
The Impression exist exists in Pari Paris that Bag Bagland Euglanll England
land te causing trouble by b > her course in the theinternational theintentatiODOI theinteroatlonol
international negotiations as to the t e policy policyto policyto policyto
to be pursued pur uetl in China England objects objectsto
to British 1riti h troops being commended by a aforeigner aforeigner
foreigner A diplomatist put the situa situailonpithlly sltuaflonplthUF situa1lonptthlly
ilonpithlly today tOtla When htn he said Russia Russiaand RUItI Ituselaand
and I II Japan do sot want to command as yet yetEngland yetEn yetEnglanda
England En lands wants the command but will not notget notget notget
get it It France or Germany mty get the Ihecommand thecommand thecommand
command though neither desires it itA It ItA ILA
A despatch from Hongkong of yesterdays yesterdaysdate yesterdayadate yestordaydate
date aay A letter from Canton says that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the Triad Society Socfet contemplate a night at attack attnck attack ¬
tack on Shnmico a suburb of Canton CantonA CantonA
A Chicaman who was arrested on July JulyS
S was today toOO > committed for trial as a mem member member mcmber ¬
ber of the t e Triads The evidence showed showedhim showedhim showedhim
him to tobe be a high official of that society societyThe soc societyThe ety etyThe
The widespread belief that the Boxers are aremerely aremerely aremerely
merely n branch of the Triads gives Impor Importance Importance Importancc ¬
tance to to this arrest arrestSeymour arrCjltSmour arrestSeyniour
Seymour nt ShmiKhnl ShmiKhnlA
A de dCfX1leh teh from Shanghai dated Thurs Thursday Thursday Tbursday
day says sa S Vice Ico Admiral Seymour Se mour has ar arrived arrhed arrived ¬
rived there The British Bri h warships Centu Centurion CenturIon Centunon ¬
rion non Undaunted and Dido are at WcoSsmg WcoSsmgTho WooSungThe YooSungThe
The warships wm blps Daphne Alacrity lncrlly Hart HartWoodcock IIart IIartoodoock hartWoodcock
Woodcock oodoock Castinc Holland Surprise Ta Takao Takao Takao
kao and nd Akagi arc there thereTho thereTho thereThe
Tho last two are Japanese ships tho Cas Castlno CasUno Castine
tine is aa American gunboat and the Hol Holland Holland ITo IToland ¬
land Ei l a JDuteh Dutch war vessel cssol The others othersare othersare 3 3are
are British vessels of various descriptions descriptionsThe dOcrlptlonsThe descriptionsThe
The letter from Sir Claude MacDonald MacDonaldSpecial laeDonalllSlleclnl I ISpecial
Special Deer Park ParkICITCS JnrkJNTm inrkleivco
ICITCS U A Ie c O Ution every Yery Sitttroir Sat Setrdsy rr night 1at at t tI
1 21 I a RI tIfIftt for occupancy at 13 11 1135 p m m
CorreepanRK tmic lee morales from ram Deer Park PailJ
J Suinfay uaJar night nightDont sightlout gilt gilt1J0nt
lout WalL nll to Chesapeake Bench DenehItctluttJ Benchitcil
ItctluttJ itcil need Jrh irlees uu III JuuallI JuuallIAt
At 11 i ok r S a ae Sund IIIJ 1 ll5
I which llch is generally r I accepted as genuine is isbelieved Isbclteed Iseileved
believed b here to con confirm firm the fears that all allof allor allf
of o f the mJ11isters ministers in Pekin have been moran massacred maE53credo moranrcd ¬
credo c rcd According to Ms ls letter the leaatloos leaatlooscould leza leaonsould ona onacould
could c not have hays potslbly JIOfslbl held out later than thanJuly thanJuly thanuly
July J uly 20 O and It 13 belie believed vod that they nut succumbed su sucum nutumbed ¬
cumbed cum c bed long before that date The Mac MacDonald MacDonald Iac IacDonald
Donald communication is regarded as con confirming confirming coormlng ¬
firming fl rmlng the recent British rit advices advicestLat adlcesttt adsicesthat
flo tLat the th general slaughter in Pekin Pekinoccurred Poliinoccurred PeMuccurred
occurred o July 14 on which day daythe dythe dayhe
the t he Boxers probably made a dole touBlned touBlnedattack dotrrmaedttack rm aed aedattack
attack a ta tl ttack which was feared by the t Eng English English Engish ¬
lish l ish Minister his letter Implying that the theforeigners theforolgners theoreigners
foreigners f could not survive such an m oa oaElaught oaElaught onaught
Elaught ElaughtTidings ElaughtTidings n aught aughtTidings
Tidings from Tientsin arc still lacking lackingand lackin lackinand lackingnd
and a nd there is considerable concern over the thepersistent theersistent
persistent p rslstent silence of the allies In that city cityTho cityTho cityThe
I Tho failure of the International leaders in inTientsin InTientsin inTientala
Tientsin to communicate with their Gov Governments Go Goernmonts Govrnmonts ¬
ernments e Is regarded as more or less omin ominous omlaIUS oenlnns ¬
ous e IUS and is met with a great rt8t deal of Q spec speculation specu1atlon speclatlon ¬
ulation u as to the actual reason Many any are areinclined areInclined arenclined
inclined I to believe that a policy of o silence sileneehas silencehas silenceas
has h as been decided upon as the best under underthe underthe underhe
the t he circumstances to prevent the Chinese Chinesefrom Chlnesofrom Chineseront
from f ront getting an idea of the allies plans plansOthers plansthers
Others O thers assert that messages being sent by b
j
Sir ir Cluntle 1IutJullnJd 1IutJullnJdthe
the international officers are withheld by byChinese byCltl
Chinese Cltl emiosariec so as to keep k the pow powers JlGwers ¬
ers In the clark since Ute CefcfMal ial policy poIleSs poIleSsaJJllrnt1 Je Jeapparently
apparently oue of delay tlola Information from fromTaku f fTaku
Taku Is quite as scarce Jl carc rce a as that from Tien Tientsin T18Rtslo Tieetile ¬
tile and although there is general B ral curi curiosity curiosity con conoetty ¬
osity regarding reg8n11 what may he traoopiring traoopiringthere tr traepirlsgthere Mttirie Mttiriethere
there no means arc available for securing securingreliable securi securireUabic aecariagreliable
reliable reports reportsTHE reportTHE
THE PEKIN SURVIVORS SURVIVORSt SURVIVORSUtIUlrt
UtIUlrt rhnt riZl t te i iIV ehht Iii I t Are t rc Escort EscortThriii EscorthlJ E4Cortlug
lug Thriii 1 tt to Tientsin TientsinLONDON IitntiiiLONDON IlItllILOXDO
LONDON LOXDO July 27 27A i A despatch to Dal Dalzlels Dalzlels Delzieis
zlels News Agency from Shanghai of yer yerterdays yetrtcrda yeetordays
terdays tcrda s date ditte says that Gen G a Yuag Lus Lustroops Lustroops
troops are reported to be escorting eKOrtI the thesurviving tltesunliag thesurviving
surviving members of the foreign legations legationsat I Iat
at Pekia to Tientsin TientsinThere TiestaisThere a aThere
There were ere several stormy interviewsbetween Interviewsbetween interviews Isterviewsbetween
between Li Hung Cbaag CM and the foreign foreignconsuls foreten0088tllS L Lconsuls
consuls at Shanghai before the Chinese de decided decided deckted ¬
cided to take this step ia order to abate abatethe aiMItethe shotsthe
the wrath wrat of the powers powersIt
It is reported that over enehalf of the thepeople thepe thtpeeplo
people pe ple who were besieged bc iKc at Pekin have havebeen haebeen havebeen
been either killed kill or wounded or have died diedof diedof I Iof
of privation privationREPORTED prlationREPORTED privationREPORTED
REPORTED ALIVE JULY 15 15Foreigners 1 11I0rIJlIer 1Forelguers
Foreigners Said tit ii lie Defending DefendinglieniHelvcN IefenedingTlieiiaeeltes efelltllngTheIIIIel
lieniHelvcN TheIIIIel C at Pckiii PckiiiBERLIN JtklnDERLIX lekinBERLIN
BERLIN July Jul 27 117A A despatch t1 spatch from fromTieaiain fromTieQiln t tTieatsln
Tieaiain dated July 24 J says sa s a messenger messengerwho mesengerwbooleU n nwho
who wbooleU left Peklh P k1h bVjlily 19ti fg brought ought tews tewstoday Iewst04lay new 3 3to4ay
today that Prince PrlnceChiags Chiags soldiers tOl iers have havebeen havobeen I Ibeen
been UHSuccessIullyfightingtho uasuocsstUlly figbU g the troops of ofGeneral ofGeneral o I IGeneral
General Tung TungThe TungThe TungThe
The forolgncrsMwere foreigne foreigner ne e defending def ° nellng them themselves themselves themselves ¬
selves in the thc thdnnrt norlaorn rt rn Cathedral Cath Cathodralnear ral near the theForbidden he heForbidden Ia S SForbidden
Forbidden City CityHE CityTHE CityTHE >
THE HE ADVANCE ADV ADVIEON rCE ON PEKIN PEKDTAllies PEKINlrelutrntlOllH PEKINirclarationS
lrelutrntlOllH of tI the Allies lIlelt Hnpiilly HnpiillyLONDON nnllltl1yScnrlll Itnpidl ItnpidlNearIng
Scnrlll NearIng CouIIlltUon CouIIlltUonLOXDOX CoiijsleticiLONDON
LONDON July Ju1y7eTn Tp irIn In the House of Com Commons Commons Cornmoos ¬
mons today toda UnderSecrctary Unl1er crctary of Foreign ForeignAffairs ForeignA1rairs L LAtTains
Affairs BrodrUk said that no fresh news newsbad newshad now S Sheel
bad been received reeeiv recoiv d com m China lie added addedwere addedthat adde I Ithat
that preparaUo preparations e ance es on Pekin Pekinwere L Lwere
were rapidly nearin nearinSIASSACRE nea n rii thpletion thpletion1irASsACRE leUon leUonMASSACRE
MASSACRE AT PAOTINGFU PAOTINGFUfH
fH 11 the Missionaries Slaughtered 1 10 10thc y ythe r rthe
the Chinese ChineseLONDON ChhioCLOXDOX ChineseLONDON
LONDON July 27 2The The China Inland Inlandrepresentative InlandlIssion T TMission
Mission has tas received a telegram from Its Itsrepresenlatlve it S Snepreeentnttve
representative In Shanghai to the effect effectthat effectthat t tthat
that he learns on good authority author l > that all allthe allthe ai aithe
the missionaries at Paotlngfu have been beenmassacred beenmassacred bee beemansacred
massacred massacredORDERS massacredORDERS mansacredORDERS
ORDERS FOR SOLDIER SUITS SUITSIndiana SUITShullunn SUITSIndiana
Indiana Supply Depot to Make Inke Thou Thousands ThouMlilltI Thousniatis ¬
sands MlilltI of Cnmieiits CnmieiitsJEFFERSONVILLE GnriiieiitsJEFFERSONVILLE nrillentC nrillentCJEIFERSOXYILLE
JEFFERSONVILLE Ind July 27 2iAn 2iAnor An Anoricr a aorter
oricr or er for 103000 soldiers garmants has ha been beenreceived 1 bee 1e1 1e1received a areceived
received at the United States S tes Supply Depot Depotin DepotIn t tin
in this city cit > from the Quartermasters De Department Dcartment Dopantrnent ¬
partment artment in Washington Washln on This Is in addi addition addition addition ¬
tion to an order for 40000 garments re received nocelved ¬
ceived several days l1a s ao and it Is the larg largest largest langeat ¬
I est Individual order for clothing ever re received received recelved ¬
ceived here hereSeven hereSe hereSeven
Seven Se en hundred women are now employed employedmaking employedmaking 1 1making
making garments An additional force will wil 1
be put on at once It will require four fourmonths fourmonths iou r rmonths
months to complete the order orderCornwallisWcst ortlerCornunIlIHVelOt orderCornunIllaWcnt
CornwallisWcst Goes ocn to Ireland IrelandLONDON lrelnntlLO lreinniLONDON
LONDON LO DOX July Jul 27 2Colocel Colonel and Mrs MrsCornawHIsAVest Mr MrCornawlhlsWest lrE lrECoroo1f
CornawHIsAVest Coroo1f West left today tol1a for Ireland Irelandwhere Irelandwhere I Iwhone
where they tbeyintend Intend toremain for some time UmeItMs HmeItls i iltis
ItMs worthy of notice in this connection connectionthat Connection Connectionthat a athat
that the marriage of their son Heul hie L Corn Cornwills Cona1l1s I Iwellls
wills a1l1s West to Lady LaI1 Randolph Churchill I
is set for tomorrcw tomorrcwTnke tomorr tomorrWTake w wTuke
Take a llutii nt ntCliNflhienke Chesapeake Bench BenchMarie Dench1Hic Bend 1 1Eek
Marie 1Hic dancing clacdD 1Uric bathtn all day Tang J JI
125 12 to t Baltimore and lie Return turn vin vinIt vi In Inn a aii
I It 1 fc t O Saturday Snturdn anil Sunday SundayJuly SUlu1u SUlu1uJa1i SundayJgI
July JgI IS am and 29 good 1 for return until follorfng foliewir >
Uooday Tickets g good d on all 11 trains except Itoyal Iioy
I Loaitrd LUMtcdlior Littdtar Loaitrdor
lior tar or Car ar U IMiie VlanrlnK 1luurrn only oul 103 lG 105Jt
I A t r > wiUU 1 itllh I 1 Frank LiMur Co 0 0J
J
CONViNCBD UI1VffllIfllJUP OF RIGKERY RIGKERYOfficials
Officials Now Ncwflolieve Believe rJlicfc the First Con Conffer Canger
ger Message Was as Fraudulent FraudulentInfornintioii Fraudulentnrormlltlon FraudulentInformation
Information From Itcliauie Sources SourcesIlxlicatoH SourceluUcntt
IlxlicatoH luUcntt Tluit Tim t Ilellhernte lel eUbernt Iherate Decep Deception DeeelltlUII ¬
tion Has IIn Ileen Iructieed by b SIiciiK SIiciiKand Shen ShennUll
and Yunii Either or Both of AVhoni AVhoniMny IIonl IIonlIn hontllfl
Mny llfl In Have a Ctiiiy CUll of I the State St te IJe IJepartuieiits UepnrhllclltM
partuieiits Cipher I iiier Code CodeSeeretnr CodeSeeretnrIIn Secretary SecretaryHay
Hay IIn Returns to Ills Iost mid Sum Summons SOIllJllons ¬
mons u t Cabinet Couuell CouuellSlrell CouuellStreiigth Strength Strengthof tb tbof
of C the Allieil Forces at Taken TlI u Said SaidThe Suldto Suidto
to lie Twclltelht Thousand 1leu 1leuTbe Icu
The Government has now Information Informationwhich Informationwblch
which it accepts ac epts without reservation that thatYuan thatYuan
Yuan the Governor of Shantung Prdvincuand Prdlncuand Province
and Sheng the Director of Railways and andTelegraphs andTelosraphs
Telegraphs of of f the Chinese Empir through throughwhom throughwhom
whom the alleged Conger message of July JulyIS Julyis
IS was transmitted to Washington know knowthe kro krothe knewthe
the contents of Secretary S retary Hays cipher ciphermessage cipherI
message of July 11 to Mr Ir Conger and the thecontents thecontents
I
contents of the cipher despatch do patch signed signedwith stgnewith
with the American Ministers name which whichcame whichcame
came as a reply replyThe replyThe replyThe
The Times reporter has the authority authorityof
of an official whose standing is so high that thathe thathe I
he speaks for the Government for the thestatement thestatement thestatement
statement that the information that Sheng Shengand Shengand
and Yuan knew the ecu contents tents of both se secret se secret ¬
cret messages is practically convincing convincingBut convloelngBut
But this Is not the only evidence that has hasbeen basbeen
been gathered by the Government Gover mOBt to cast castdoubt castdoubt cootdoubt
doubt on the authenticity of the answer answersigned answerslned
signed with the name of o the American AmericanMinister AmricanUnister
Minister Information has been received receivedfrom receivedfrom
from several sources that shows sowa al alconclusively tiniest 1I8t 1I8tconclusively
conclusively that the t e answer could have havebeen huebee I Ibeen
bee been written by Chiaece officials officialsWhile officialsWbile officialsWitile
While these accumulating bits of evi evidence evidence cvidence ¬
dence are not disclosed dl lotIed it I Is sigaiaeaat sigaiaeaathat 51gJ Iettt IetttI
I hat the authorities regard them a as net on only eBi enly ¬
i ly l reasonable but booed OH knowledge knowledgewhich kllOwledgewhkh kaowIedgwhich
which It s impe Imp impeosiWe lMe to r rJBrd gard as other otherthan otllerthan otherthan
than absoLitely trustworthy trustworUI It is sow sowsemioffleaJy DOWsemioffiela nosemtofficiaty
semioffiela s semioffleaJy y admitted that SO many manydoubt mydou zssa zssaoubts
sd
doubt dou d t5 have been b e east oa the authenticity authenticityef asthestleit asthestleitf
ef e f the Conger aaawer of July IS 1 that thatthe tJiatie 1 1he
the t he Government ha Ilaa practically practicallyits flracttean abaedIts abaed I Its
its i ts hope and it Its partial belief thai it was wota waaa I Igenuese
a genuine message ot tile date given givenThe IYeIlTile givesThe
The source of the t e infermotioa J lerUo whch whchhoe wll h hhH I Ihoe
hoe reached the Government Go enJmeDt that the con contents CODtents n ntents ¬
tents of both enquiry and aaawer were wereknown werekBO11 C Cknower
known to Sherg a aM d Yuan Y ia I withheld witllWdUte kf kfthe hi hihe
the t he aiaciate It will be remembered that thatthe tltattile I Ihe
the t he Conger message ge of July IS came in I IIOIIC a along a L Leg
tb
long b eg telegram purporting te have Mea teat teatky aeBt1t tealby
ky 1t the TmncliYaiasBor TR8cU ThvatiiYaeenorForeign Ya 8C Foreign QHke tt dPkla a I IPekin
Pekin to Governor Yuan Ysasaad and ky him hi trans traIIsDJit traaznutted
milted DJit to Sheog S ecg at Shanghai who cabted cabtedit BbeIt I
it I t to Minister Wu u Tipsfans gfg in Wohl Wsilts Wsiltst08 1Aashhotoe > s
too The iadScatioac ID4I tIoDC all point polatto te the pea pessesstoB pSeuioR peay
sesstoB by y one or both of the Ut8M aJSclal of ofcopies elceplee e I Icopies
copies of the State Department Depsr II t cipher c oe oealthough de deltbougD de detithoagh
although yesterday the officials o of the de department tIepartmnt 4 4pariment ¬
partment were positive po illTf that HO copy of the thecode thecode tin a acode
code bad bees tart ia China ChinaCnliiiict CldRCnhhlct ChinaCabinet
Cnliiiict Council Summoned SummonedSecretary SUUloneclS SumnioriesiSecretary
Secretary S rellY Hay returned to Waahingtea Waahingteathis ultlag ultlagthis I Ithis
this morning from Caste aDd Cleveland Clevelandand CJev Clevelandand Dd DdnlMl
and soon aftor arriving at his office he zeat zeatnotice festnotice sea S Snotice
notice to thoec of his Cabinet colleagues colleagueswho coIIeagucswho colleaguewho
who are in town that he would he glad gladto sladto gisito
to meet them in conference at the State StateDepartment StateDepartment a aDepartment
Department at 11 oclock At t that hcur hcurSecretary bc bcSecretary r rSocrot1ry
Secretary Gage Secretary Root Root nail Post Postmaster Postmuter Postmaster ¬
master General Smith assembled la Mr MrHays MrHays r rHays
Hays room The statement was made by byone byone hI hIone
one of these Cabinet officers that Ullt the con conference CGIIterence ¬
coot
terence was not based on any a Y important importantinformation ImportantInronnalion impoetsainformation t
information about the Chinese situation situationbut situatlo situatlobut situatlosbut
but grew out of the desire expressed expr llMd by bythe bythe hI hIthe
the President when he was la Washington Washingtonlast as1I ltOtl ltOtllut a alast
last week that he would like the Cabinet Cabinetodlces Cabiaetoffices t tofficea
offices to meet her here occasionally oecUktna IY and af after aften r rter ¬
ter exchanging views about the conditions conditionsin e08dlt1msChlll S Sin
in China Chlll and other Important matters to togive togie t 0 0give
give him the beaefit of their conclt ceaelesioos ceaelesioosaad ioDs ioDsand S Sand
and advice adviceAs advfeeAs adviceAs
As Mr Hay has just returned from from Can Canton Caaton Gaston ¬
ton fresh from a long talk with Mr Ir Me MeKlaley 1ltKluley M MKisley
Klaley he deemed it well It wa Wall explained explainedto I Ito
to call his colleagues together in order lo loinform toIntorm I 5
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inform them of the Presidents views on oncertain oncetllntspects o a
certain cetllntspects aspects of the Chinese situation and andto andto an anto C
to hear what they thought t of conditions conditionsover conditionsoer a aover
over there thereAt thereAt thereAt
At the Obinet counbil coun ll the Information Informationthat informoUonthat 1 1that
that Shxflg Sh dg and Yuan knew the contents contentsof coi1t nts ntsot S Sof
of Secretary Secre ry Hays and the Conger CODserilpher Coeriphe cipher cipherdespatches r rdeapatches
despatches was IS considered The opinions opinionsexpressed ophllonse3pressed 5 5expressed
expressed by the Cabinet officers inny ins nay be besummed besummed I e esummed
summed up in In n the expression of t one of ofthem otthem c I Ithem
them that Awhile while the light of hope that thatthe thatthe tha Lt Ltthe
the ministers were alive on July Ju1fI < IB still stillshines stillshines atE II IIshines
shines it Is burning very dimly and andina may maygo maygo y ygo
go out at any time timeKnowledge limeKnowledge timeKnowledge
Knowledge that a despatch d spateh in cipher had hadbeen hadbeen ha il ilbeen
been received by the Navy Department Departmentthis Departmentthis Lt Ltthis
this morning from Rear Admiral Renley Renleygave Ren1cygave Rento y ygave
gave rise to a report that thatlt it contained im important Importlnt L Lportant ¬
portant news and that this news was the thereason thereason th e ereason
reason for Secretary Hays call for f r a Cab Cabinet Cabinet I Imet ¬
inet conference conferenceIt
It Is denied denied however by all those con concerned concerned concerned ¬
cerned that the telegram from Remey was wasimportant wasImportant La Laimportant
important enouyh to justify a Cabinet Cabinetcouncil Ca Cabin inet inetcouncil rt rtcouncil
council but Admiral Crowninshield the theActing theActlns tI Le LeActing
Acting Secretary Secreta of the Navy avy deemed de med it itunwise ItunwIse itunwTae
unwise to give gh the message to the press pressThere pre8SThere a aThere
There was nothing 1I0lhln in the despath to in indicatethat Indicate it 1 1dicate ¬
dicatethat dicate that the allied commanders intend intended Inlended i ied ¬
ed to carry out their agreement to begin beginthe beginthe begi in inthe
the march against Pekin Pekln on next Monday MondayThe Monda onday ondayThe y yThe
The commanders had not notagreed agreed up to totl the thetime thetime IC ICtime
time Admiral Remeys message m ge was sent senton sent senton sea 1 1Oil
on a supreme commanler com man ler of the allied alliedTulile alllec1Tu111e allis ti tiTulIe
Tulile illlotc Dinner 75 Cents CentsIB Ceni CeniIn CentsIn
In the big casino at Chesapeake Beech BeechBusiness BeachFIlln BatchFlynnn
FIlln Flynnn DOMlneNM C01 Colige Jc Stll and Ji JiBusiDfS I IBusiest
Business Shorthand Typewriting Tewnittsg2S 25 a year yearAil yearII yeartli
Ail II grradcii rnIc of 0 JlluorIUJrrecluced JlluorIUJrreclucedIn Iloorlii pr Tctlbcetl TctlbcetlIn
In price rri Some Quelt at He 1 13 3 At t gtir tb h and nd N Y 1 1 ave JlTei t
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forces f orces and the chances arc increasing that thatthere thatthere thathere
there t will itI be a disagreement disagreementSecretary disagreemcnLS disagreomenLSecretary
Secretary S retary Root said this morning that the thestrength tbe5trcngth thetrength
strength s of the allledforces now no at Taku Takuas Takuas Takus
as a s reported by Admiral Remey Is 28000 28000This 2SOOThis 28000his
This T his number is regarded as being alto altogether altogether altoether ¬
gether g ether too weak for Immediate Action but butwith butwith hutith
with w ith the arrival of the Sixth Cavalry tho thoFourteenth thoFourteenth
Fourteenth F Infantry and the artillery bat battery bnttery batory ¬
tery t ory over MOOO 060 men will be available vailabl and andtho andthe andhe
the t he forward movement will then be begun begunIt begunIt
It Is confidently believed at the State StateDepartment Stateepartment
I Department D epartment that within a day or two tne tneactual tneletual tnectual
actual a conditions in Pekin w will l be known knownthrough knownI knownhrough
through t unimpeachable uBim p2chable advices adiCC It Is point pointcd pointed
I
cd e d out that each days delay dela delayhas has been of ofgreat orgreat ofreat
great g reat benefit to the allied forces and has hasenabled ba baaabled a aO
go
enabled O bled them to complete preparations prep 1ratlons Ac Action fc fcUOIl tc ¬
tion t ion cannot be delayed beyond a week and andIt andIt
It i t Is thought that in the event of the fail failure fanure failrn ¬
ure u rn of the Chinese Government to pro produce pro produc ¬
duce duc d uce the foreign forel n ministers minlst rs a war to the theend thecnel
end e fli and the destruction of the Imperial Imperialcity Impertalcity
city c ity cannot be avoided avoidedWu aoll1odWu
Wu Vu Tlngfang the Chinese e Minister Ministercalled nnlsteraned
called on Secretary Hay this morning morninghut morningbut
hut b ut had no nows and received none He Heexplained lieerplainod Hexplained
explained e to Secretary S retary Hay that it would wouldtake wouldtake
take t five days to get a reply to the mes message messa meeage ¬
sage sa s age esent seat to Pekin Pekin3Ir Peklnlr
air lr Itoekhills 3Iission 3IissionW UKlooW
W v W Reckhlll the newlyappointed newlyappointedSpecial neWly appointed appointedStteclal
Special S pecial Commissioner Commis ioner to China called on onMr onIr
Mr Ir Hay thl this morning and held a long longconference longconforonc
conference c receiving his final l al instructions lnetroctionsconeernlng instructionsconcerning
concerning c his duties He leaves She theelty theeltytomorro city citytomorrow cityomorrow
tomorrow t omorrow for San Francisco and saIls on onthe onthe
the t he America Maru Mum oa August t 3 He stated statedthis statedthis
this morning that while confident cenfldelt that he hecouU heCOtllo
couU c perform erterni his duties satisfactorily he hebelUred hebelle beeIted
belUred belle b eIted eel that before ho ho roaches China his histask 1118task
task t will be very ery cempitcaled as present presentindications preaeltIR4IlcatloBa presentndications
indications i show that the foreign eretg powers powersare powersare
are gradually arifUag late Jilt a state stateat of war warwith war warwith warwith
with China ChlaaCol CJtlaaCol
Col William S M 3Eona rli e at at present eoeat t CMB CMBwiil C3Dlat ceioandant
at t at t the e Mere lUe r Iwl Navy Y Yard YardwIll d dII
wIll wiil II be ordered te China c riu ie ie succeed Me Colonel Cokwelwho ColeaelMellft I IMea4
Mellft who te illte JII ht th ts rioftpitai Mepiisi I It ie ieadmitted f6admltte6 is t tadmitted
admitted however heweer U tLM at 18 owe ue the t c force forceof ferC1C t
of marine arl ia 1 Ckinam CJ Ila mcrosioB hoerees to 4 400 400Geeeral OM OMBrigadier
Brigadier General Heyweod wI wfllcommand aeaneis aeaneisconieaand e econt I
command cont talMlAt conieaandAt
At tIM War DerteBt DePerteae It I is 1IdnIoI 1IdnIoIt1
edged ndge that t1 It General 6 eral MocArtkvr hon received receivedMCtructteAK ret receive1to Ied IedSMtrucUeu i
MCtructteAK to t keep three regmeut la lareatMiie I Ir is I IreadIsese
reatMiie r for duty 4htt is Cbtca Chtc hist t M ia not notIB notIIOW I Inow
now intended that toee rash 11 lltrtldpate lltrtldpatelatlle I
IB latlle the ha first movement MOYe uirlaar aeemed ab 11 11elY
oiutely elY aecc aeccRooilnoiv neeery neeeryoulno ne eacary eacaryluoIuo
Rooilnoiv oulno Aet AetIa tclcd et < ll Ln1Cr Instructions utruetlulI utruetlulIIa
Ia regard to the statement from re Shang Shanghai SkaagI Shanghal ¬
hal I that t Americans there the wete w l eriticieiag eritkt8l8bl eritkMagConsul
Consul 1 General Geouao lor conferring conferringwitk eoafemagwtth cooierntnc
j
I with LI Hung Iha Cfeaap Gbaa a oeji that Mr Ir Gaod Gaoduow GOdow Gaodnow
now > stated iu I li lie is defence tlddft that he hefile wo s 40 40ug e eteg
j file l ug so under liwtrc IMtnetto tfoav 3joearne jHH Jeanel Jeaneltoday ne1 ne1todBy I
today tc40 at the State Dupart n f jat t thai Mr MrG YrC
C s dnowa llDOW statement a wo w was correct correctTke OftecLTIle
TIle department dert t learned rBM If teas explain explained exl explainthat alJ1 alJ1that ¬
ed that the foreign c coaculs Mui at Sbaagaai SbaagaaiIntended Sbagltallateedecl I Iintended
Intended te Ignore LI as at14l instruction instructionwere lostruetlonwere S Swere
were tbereupeft thereapois5aent rMpeR sent ky Secretary tary Hay to toMr tolr ti C CMr
Mr Geeaaow to call oe eB the fci a at t Chinese Chineseytateamaa ChiDcaeu C Cstataeiait
ytateamaa u and learn what jtews and views viewshe Ie1rshe C Che
he had and a aitd d to ascertain What ot hfs 11 plcms plcmsere ntaa ntaawere I Iwere
were ere adlgaatio was was exproseed elill expro ocisetl ed by the thehigh Utebig tlu 1 1high
high big ofttclal o 1dal who 80 told The Tfmec Tf Taes 5 reporter reportertale reporterihJ r rthis
tale over the erittetos ef f Mr Ir Goodnow GoodnowThe GoodnowTIte GoodnowThe
The State Department he Jt s seW U was u willing willingte wtlIia f fto
te take all the responsibility for f r Mr rr Geed Geedaow GeeBW Coednew
new s course courseWhy courseWlIir courseWhy
Why he remarked 11Io > j T0 s suppose NP a athat
I that we Me goteg t t 1 J igeerethe aere re the the man of all aUtkera a I Iotleera
1 others ia I China Chis who has the t e greatest J giOeteet lltest ia ianueaee i i1I isfleaee
nueaee 1I eae Do DoOU you think tblflk we weare are M feelteh feeltehas fHlldlas t tas
as to let him stay sUyinS ia Shanghai without dl dlrectios tllrcHU i ireetlac
rectios rcHU our Coned General te endeavor v8deaW to toascertain tQaaeertaia I 0 0aaeertaia
aaeertaia his plaaa pIa sad his li kvsiaeac H Khas Hkas Hhas
has said that he was going ag to Pfeaia Ptn a We Wewaat WewaDt W e ewant
want to know what he Is gab gg g to do when whenhe whenhe whe a aho
he get gets there We want to kw just what whathe whathe wits t the
he think thh thinks i of the situation You may be besure heHr is e esane
sure Hr that th thatwe t we we will do everyfttag C lDg and and a take takeadvantage takeacl jolt 0 0advantage
advantage acl Dtage of every opportunity that will willaid tell 1U 1Uahi II IIaid
aid ia the rescue re of our c r people v60llle in In Pekin Pekinand Peltlnand Peki a aanti
and in Ceding the present troubles troublesA tMbles tMblesd triablasA
A deofMteh d teh from Mr itr lr Gjotdnow was as re receivedat recelvedat receiesdat
ceivedat the State Department today tod tOd but butthe butthe be It Itthe
the officials o will sot makelt Imikelt public p Wfc It Is Isunderstood Isunderstood I 5 5underatoosi
understood to relate r to toLl LI hang Chaags Chaagsvisit CIIaSsislt Chang S Svisit
visit islt end the question of o the authenticity authenticityof authonticit y yof
of the alleged Conger on er mesaage IJIe llii ge of July 18 18Mr 11 I IMr
Mr 11 Goodnow did not say iphen ihen hen Li HKBS HKBSCbaug HUB HUBChang 0 0Chaug
Chang would start for Pokln PoklnMinister PoklnMiulEter Pokinhhtaitter
Minister Wu said this afternoon that t t he heknew heknew I e eknew
knew nothing of the alleged possession by bySheng b bSheng F FSheng
Sheng and Governor Yuan ot a copy of the theState theStte th e eState
State Department code lie Insisted toot thntthe toottne thr tt tttile
the Conger message was genuine geD lne and that thateven U tin ut uteen tt tteven
even if I the Chinese C lnese had hada bnda a code It would ould not notbe notb nc it itbe
be b used by b > Shens hong and Yuan Yuanat at the same sametime samotime sara 0 0time
time as one onewas was in Shanghai and the other otherIn otherIn othE r rIn
In Shantung ShantungThe ShantungThe ShantungThO
The message from Sir Claude MacDon MacDonald MacDonaId lacDonald ¬
ald Indicated that the J legationers were werealive w e eaUe ealive
alive on July C and he had no doubt of the theauthenticity theautht th e eauthenticity
authenticity autht > ntlcity of the news that at least leastpart a apart apart
part of them had left PekTn for Tientsin TientsinWhen Tlent8lnt I IWitch
t
When they t y arrive at rt t Tientsin he said1 said1you sailfunu sab 1 13U
unu you will illthen then fce convinced that th t all allports re reports itt ittports ¬
ports ot the massacre are false but I sup suppose supp su I IP ¬
pose p ° nothing not 1n f iut ut their th ir arrival arJitat arrivaiwill will 1i1l convince convinceyou nvlnce nvlnceyou a ayour
you your yourHe
youHe
He said id he was unable una le los lo see how the theChiu theChhse ti e eChitse
Chiu Chhse se could have procured Ptowtedu prou ± eda a copy co y of tho thoState tI e eStatc
State Department code anti did didnol jiot believe believethey beUeetLey ballet 0 0they
they had one oneJornno onePnsiue i I
Jornno = e Prohibits Prohibits Exporteof or f Arms ArmsPARIS rJlu rJluPR1S I IPARIS
PARIS July 27 27The The Government G Gqysrnmont ernment has hasissued ha haI it Is Isissued
issued a r decree probltiitiog pr hUniD g the be export of ofarms ofarms i f ffrom
arms from France or nnyof her colonies to toChina toChlna I Lo LoChInti
I ICool 5 5Cciii
I China ChinaCool
Cool Off nt Chesapeake Bench BenchI BenchIFIZO
I IFIZO 350 Special Saturday Snhtrd TrIp rIP 5t1 5t1To a5O a5OTo o oJa
Ja To Cftd 1e rome j JforJolk rkel oniolk YbOU VifJBia Beach and andSaruidjj ai i iOcean
Ocean View via Norfolk aairwedSsxton t atnim atnimSrtttdij t tS
S Saruidjj ldz GJSO p m RMmH notrjt Rsedtv K > UsfepU to Fort P0 P0Menroesed
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SPAIN Tfl TO lu WIT DELL SELL iuLnllUu iuLnllUuReady ISLANDS ISLANDSUea1y RHNITC
Ready to Dispose of Sibutn and andKagayau andKagayan mdKlgaJall
Kagayau Snlu to o America AmericaTHvo AmericaTo
THvo I Svo of the lie Philippine Group Found Foundot FonnllXnt
Not ot to 1 Have Been De Ceded by the thereatj theZlt
reatj Zlt of Purl InrltoThe Tlie Price Fixed FixedIiy PlxetIh
Iiy h I the Madrid lu II Cabinet at tlOO tOO 1OOOOO tOOI
OOO OOoXot Xot Commercially COrtUlerclull Valuable Valuable3IAORID ValuableMADRID nlunble nlunble3IAORID
I
3IAORID July 27 2iTIie The Cabinet today todayconsidered todaycOflsidared
considered c negotiations for the cession to tothe tothe
the baited States for a consideration of of11Oleo
180860 Of the islands of Sibutu and Kaga Kgayan Kagaan
yan y an Sulu in the Sulu Archipelago Philip Philippines Philippines ¬
yp
pines p ines The proposal was regarded as zc zccop c cccptable
ccptable ccptableIt c cop table tableIt
It was announced at at the State Depart Department
znent m eat today that negotiations n gQtf3tf DS are pending pendl g gJAing
having b for this t ls purpose lHlrnose p rpese the cession C9S by bySpain bySpain
S Spain pain to the United States states of the Islands Islandsnameu 11an 11ann
nameu n amed metl In the cablomeseage cabl fuC5Hge from Madrid MadridSibutu MadrldSlbutG
Sibutu S and Kagayan Sulu SuluIt SuluIt Sum
It is admitted on on the pert of the United UnitedStates UnitedStates
States S tates that these islands are not within withinthe withllthe withinhe
the t he boundary as laid down in article 111 of ofthe ofthe
tS the t he Treaty Tr ty of PeaCe PeOLe Pea between the United UnitedStates UnitedStates Unitedtates
S States tates and Spain SpainThe Sll8IIJThe SpainThe
The character of the negotiations in inprogress inpregr inrogress
progress pregr p is a diplomatic secret though two twopoints twopotnts
points p oints arc clear The first is that the theUnited tleUnited theUnited
United States desires that Sibvtu and Kag Kagayan Kagayan Kagyan ¬
ayan a aO yan Sulu shall not bo ceded to Germany Germanyor
or O s to any other oth r European Government and andthe lOOthe andhe
the t he second it that thAtSpcin Spain desires a cash coshconsideration cashcoD6id
coD6id c consideration ration for the island The Infer iaference IBference
ence e ace to be drawn from what ie said at the theState theStat
eS
State Stat S tate Department is that the United < States Stateswill Stateswill
will buy the islands outright outrightThe outrightThe outrightThe
The commercial value alue of the islands is isemail Isman isns
email i ns Their strategic value a1ue to the United UnitedSlate U UnItedtates l ed edStataJ
Slate S Si tates ia raid to be of no account but It Itis 1tIs Its
is i s otherwise with regard to Germany German and andas aDdas ands
as a s the United States will be aaked to pay paywhat
what hat Germany is CTliliag to give the pur purchase purciMI5e parhase ¬
chase c hase price 1trk may ma bear little relation to tothe tothe
the t ct he commercial value of the inlands inlandsIt lo1ludsIt
It was nearly Dead a year er ago that Spain in informed IRfornaetl ¬
formed f the American Government that thatSilutu tJaatSiLut thatiLuta
fS
SiLut Silutu S iLuta and JldKlpya Kagayac Sulu were not included includedwithin IncIJdadwithin incladedwithin
within the terms t rms of the Treaty of Paris and aedthe andhe d dtJte
the t he new n news was then tile published JMlbll ecl ttat Ger Germany GermaD ¬
many maD desired possession of then This ThisGovernment TillsG01erDmerat ThisGovernment
Government wa was not then the potitive that the tkeclaim 1heelalm thesitu
claim situ of Spain was accurate but all au the theDepartments theand
and other dt at the State ad XY XYDepartJlleats
Departments show that the island naaud naaudarc 11SJIdare
are set within wttltl the Treaty boundaries boundariesWhen bastedaniesWhen 1MIfes 1MIfesYIteB
When the State Department became e ss ssgOFCd s s8111Ed
gOFCd o of ellhla this an uaderetaadteg was reached reachedwith rexhld1t1
with 1t1 Spain that is tile oveat of the tlt cec cecxtoa cecsioII
xtoa a les ef Ute fadands the claims of the United UnitedStates Ul tfll1 tfll1tates
i States tates feould have preference preferenceIt pret reDU reDUIt
It ia the opinion at tke l State Deport DeportMeat DepaltAt
Meat At that the sews ew eW8 from tr Madrid adrtd i ian is isas isn
an a n informal sus SU sugrtIon stlon te the United United5tat tUttatel
5tat tatel tat i that tat tk t there ere re Is another bidder d4Jer for forSibocu forSlbau
Sibocu and Kagayan Sola and that Spain Spainwtehe Spal Spalwl8lau
wtehe to conclude t tra tnBNCtioll tnBNCtiollrIM Reaction ReactionTke
rIM Island of Slbtuj Js the t met t soutk soutkvreeteriy MUtItweriY soathweeeniy
vreeteriy island ef the Sets Archipelago ArcblpeiageIt
I It i t lion sooth of Ute a acth < th degree of aortfc aortfclatitude ortll ortllat
latitude at l tiftid and 41 west of Ute 12eth II parallel of oftootoftiMi
tootoftiMi Ioa8IUille liid being about ottt eight degrees HUt HUtwnt south outhwest I
west of the neartrt point on Mindanao It Itlies Itlies
lies l ies CM r etnee against taat tk the east coast of British Bit18bXort
Xort North Borneo and to the east of Darvel J
Bay SUNil Sibatu Pas Pass i is to the northwest of oflalaad I
lalaad i The area Is about fifty ft square squarelie squareUu squarelies
lie Uu The load is low and wooded Thee Theeadjacent Theeadjacest
adjacent Wanda acla are shown a Ity y recent Maps Mapsat aps apsat j
at at tke the Stat Stto > Department t arc MaaukMaar MaaukMaartat M81Ik MenukMaaTawiTawI u uD
tat TNMigoa Tawi Tawiare TawiTwt s Tataaa TItae TItaeare ms msre
are a re within tk tM treaty beuwlerlec rf L Ksgayan KsgayanSulu Kalaraaslulle KayaSisiia
Sulu slulle lice under IMler the serMtk H ellt degree of north northlatitude Jl9rtltlatitude tuRkatitade
latitude l and in US dcgretti d greea 3f rchrate hNte east eastlongitude ut utlollCitlltk
longitude l It contain tai about Hfieea ft square squareaHes sqnareDI squaremuboo
aHes aHesArticle DI 0
0rttde
Article rttde 111 of the Treaty of Peace be between be betWNn ¬
tween the United Uaift States stat t and Spain which whicheuabliscc whichetsahibIMs whichetsablIbes
euabliscc tk the Jbooodary JMauDdar of oU ofIke ih islands ii cod ceded cr codeel ¬
ed follows followsSpain e rlle by the t latter Jlt8 country eatr te t the tl farmer farmerfollows IB foreiQefiiows
rlleSi Spain Si cedes ce to the t United tJKf State Ste the tkeI thearchipelago
I archipelago a p known as 1 the tl PhittpplBe pk PhtIip ae TaT lalaad 1 1aa TaTands ¬
aad ands and aa J ceaprehendiag CpreDg the te ihu Isloado ds lyteg lytegwitklc Jyg Jyg1tm lylegwithin
within 1tm the tl following foJIg line Iela useA
1 A line la running ng from fr tre west we to t east et along a I Ior
I or near nr the twentieth tweQteth parallel ple of o north northlatitude northlatitude tl
latitude and through the middle of
ltiu tuol JI ta tanavigable t tnav the thenavigable
navigable nav le channel eDI of 0 Baehi Bhl frora Cr the the118th te te18h
118th 18h to the ti 127th lt degree de meridian ledia of o lou lougituoe IO Iongittide
gituoe gtl east 8 of r Greenwich Grele thence UIee along alongtke aD I
the tb 127th 1t degree degre meridian mci of o longitude Jt cost costof e eostof
of o Greenwich Gneawi to the tl parallel prle of D 4 degrees dre
45 minutes north latitude tken thenee
4 Iute Jk lUtue teD e along aleagthe a
the th parallel pralel of o 4 degrees des and a 43 minutes minutesnorth minues minuesa rumblernorth
north a latitude JattMf to its it ts intersection interstl with wUI the themeridian t tmPin
meridian mPin of o longitude lcD tue 119 19 degrees dege and 35 35minutes 3 31Minutes
minutes east of Greenwich thence
Jlaute est o Greewlc tbece along alongthe als alst
the t e meridian m rlB of o longitude lngiue 119 1 degrees ceree and o I
35 3 minutes east es of Greenwich GreRWh to the par parallel pr praUel ¬
allel of latitude 7 and
latude degrees tge aD forty roIl min minutes mlnt ¬
utes t north It thence t ea e along aJog the tle parallel prl at atlatitude ot ol ollatitude
latitude lttue 7 degrees dpSr and aD 49 t l minutes miD ute north northto northto rUl rUlto
to its It Interaction Iateretln with wit the 116th lUt degree degreemeridian deree dereemNdi degresmeridian
meridian mNdi of o longitude lglle coat a of Greenwich Greenwichthence GreeDwlll GreeDwllltheDe Greenwichthence
thence theDe by bya a direct dirt line Jo to the Inw Inwo inisof intersection intersectionof
of o the te tenth degree e parallel prale of o1 north lati latitude lat latitude ¬
tude with wb the ti USth 11St degree deee meridian me mesidiasIongitude ef eflongitude o
longitude Igtu ea e eeoc of Greenwich Grenw and a theaee theaeetude thee theealg thenesalong
alg along U the 18t 118th tere degree merWka D of 1n9f 1n9ftt Igagi Igagitude
ginning ginningTke gloaag gloaagTh ginningThe tude tt east e t of f Greenwich Grwk to the point pat of a be beginning b beginning
The Th United nle States Stte will wi pay py to Spain Spainthe Sb SbUle Spakthe
the sum of e 2O4IO000 2 eOOCa 9 within Wthin three tueottl threotsooa threotsooaafter tBonlbs tBonlbsafter
after Arer the exchange of o the ratifications rtUietl of oftie orte o othe
tie te present preJt treaty treatyCLAT5IS trety tretyCLA treotyCLIMS
CLA CLAT5IS OF THE BOERS BOEHSLONDON BOES BOESnlll BOERSIliiigirsg
nlll Iliiigirsg ln Their hope on tlC tire EIcton EIctonof Elecilos S Sof
of Mr Ir Drnl DrnlLXDO Bryan BryanLONDON
LONDON LXDO July 27 27A A despatch despteh to a anews anews anews
news agency ag y from fr Balmoral Blm l dated date July Julyplan Jai lly llyS F FB
S B sy says tht that the Bors Beers stte state that ter terplaa thel r rplea
plan of campaign cmJag is to maintain mal tahl a guer guerrilla gl glrml guerrum ¬
rilla rml rum warfare untjl unt unl the Presidential Presidental ejec ejection ee doe doetion ¬
tion ton In tke United Unfei States Set o is decided decidedThey deet decidedThey
They Thy claim cai that the Democrats Dmocr have havepromised havepromised hay 0 0promised
promised if i they th y are successful at the thepolls thepoUs it C Cp1n
polls to intervene loerene between b tween Great Gret Britain Britainand Driain Driainnnd Ilritai n nand
and the South African Afri an Republics RepublicsBETRAYED Republc RepublcBETRAY RepublicsBETRAYED
BETRAYED BETRAY THE TH BRITISH BRITISHA BRIISH BRIISHJr BRITISKFree
A free Jr e State Justice hHtee Sentenced t tImprisonment to toID1IJrlNOlJllen < 0 0Imprisonment
Imprisonment ID1IJrlNOlJllen t tPRTORL I IPRETORLV
PRETORIA PRTORL July 26 264 4 p m mWhc mWhcthe When Whenthe a
the British Drtsh troops tOOps went through the Orangs OrangsFree Orng OrngFee ar a
Free Fee Stafe now the Orange River Colony ColonyMr Clony ColonjMr r
Mr Le iloux a Free State Justice justce of the thepeace thepence lit C Cpeace
peace at Vredefort Yreefort Station Stton took the oath o oat h hor itof j jof
of allegiance alegianc to Great Gret Britain Brt n and was re reinstated reinsttet icinstated ¬
instated insttet in office officeRecently officeRecently
Recently Recnty he was S accused ac1sed of giving 1lng in information inforation Information ¬
formation foration to General De Wet whereby the thelatter thelater lb lbTatter
latter later has hrs been ben able to plan and aD carry crry out outmany outmany on onmany
many of his hl raids on the railway rUmY Le Roux Rbuxhas Rouxhas ROu x
has been found guilty gulr gu1lt and sentenced sntencd sentencedtve to tove tofve 0
fve ve years yera imprisonment imprisonmentA Impronment
A reliable r 1abl report reprt from the North Trans Transvaal Trns Trnsa1 I Ivasl ¬
vaal a1 is to the th effect efect that hundreds of the theburghers tbeburghers tit e eburghers
burghers are deserting deertng their commandos commandosand commando commandoand
and returning to their teir homes in a destl destltut l1est 1 1Lute
tut Lute condition conditionTHE condlon condlonTH conditlonTHE
THE TH PLAGUE PLGU IN I ASTJNCIGNV ASTJNCIGNVSchley ASUCION ASUCIONSehl ASUNCICNSelilcy
Schley Sehl AVill Vill 11 Cancel Cnlel Hi 11M Ills Visit Yhl to That ThatCity Thu Li Licity
City CityRIO CI cityRIO
RIO JANEIRO July 27rThe 2iTe Paraguayan ParaguayanGovernment Paragyn ParagynGo n nGorernment
Government Go ernment has published publEed a decree teiree that thatthe that thatthe itt Li Lithe
the bubonic bubnic prague has Broken out in inAsuncion InAsuncion I a aAsuncion
Asuncion Rear Rer Admiral Sehley Schle now at atMontevideo atIontevilleo St StMontevideo
Montevideo will wi cancel plan plans far r visiting niaitia g
that city cIy cIyChiI cityChilly
Chilly ChiI Breezes Irezc at Chesapeake Cbelnpenk Uvach UvachXic n fiend fiendttte ach ache
Xic e To 3It Verncn erncn anil
I nnt Return 33c 33cAndlSc c ceI5 CAsd15e
AndlSc eI5 to t Alexandria exan and ad return rdw after afer T p c B
Electric Ecdric trains trin item om 13 > and 1a ure Y Ybite ve veWhite j jWhite
White bite PillS lll Plasterlnsr IInterJn Laths LnthsPt JjfcJ71 JjfcJ71IV I7S I7SPt
IV Pt LX X j Hits I w car < ar lo lcd led i F UMtc LNc i Co 0
NO LACK OF MONEY MONE5TIleuty MONEY1lenC MONEYIent
Ileuty 1lenC I Ient of KniuJ 10111 Fusicis to Carry Carr on oln a Cans CnmIIUKU CnUllllJu Cansiulgn
IIUKU lllJu iulgn in II China ChinaAfter ChinnAter ChinsAfter
After Ater the Cabinet Cabiet meeting meetns this thi morale moraleSecretary morning moralDgSecetry morningecretary
Secretary Secetry S ecretary Cage Cale said saidThe sid sidThe
The Government thus thu far has ha not D found foundIt fendnecessary
It I itt necessary neessary to discuss diuss IU It financial fnHdl ability abilityto a1 abilityo
to t itt o carry cr on the Chinese Chiese campaign eplg We Wehave Wee Weave
have t ave e all al the money which will wi be b needed neededfor
for f or a long time tme The T macs n now DW available availablewould 3mlWe 3mlWewoul avalisbieould
would woul w ould be sufficint to support spp aa additional additionalarmy a additionalrmy til tilarmy
army a rmy of 75000 7 0 men for a year yer as well wel as askeep askep aseep
km keep kep k eep up our present pret military mitry establish establishment eb establishont ¬
ment mentThe menLU menLUTe m ont ontThe
I
The Te Increase lZcreae ID In the tb gold gol reEcrves has hasbeen haseen
been b een viewed with it mitch mlck satisfaction staet0n by byTreasury byTeur byreasury
Treasury Teur T reasury officials ofcias U 1 is i the to stock stok of o gold goldheld gd gdheld
held h eld by a nation nati that tt forms f8 its It monetary monetarybase mnet
base b ase In times of war The Te eldworld etdwld coon eouatries CGa CGatrie
tries trie t keep a gold supply sppy for the purpose Jr ef efcarrying afcarrying
carrying c on O a campaign eIaga in cose c war wr should shouldartee sJld sJldrle aheuldrise
artee a rle rise This natics nUc antIc has h ae B fund ef o exactly exactlythat exty extythat
that t hat character chacter but it has 8 a reserve rOre of ofiiO
j iiO 1OfICO lioi0oiG0 6 < o in the Treasury Tres which wltlh is i held heldagsinst heldgainst
i agsinst ag a ins the most mot urgent ureBt needs n In In a addi l ltion iI
I Hon ti on there thee i i J230860pW ttO 300O OB O hand I now nw for forthe fertle
the tle th e redemption reepUoa of o outstanding outBi g gold gd certifi certificates crtA crtAC1es ¬
cates C1es c and ald there is i ISOMOew 6M in gW c coin coinand
and a nd bulIioQ blk in the general fund fu The Te total totalreaches tl tlrehe iota
reaches rehe r iM t3 l3S9IIISequal MC equal ual t tof te a p per capita
fi of t about 5 in the yellow yeW metal me1 for fe every
person p erson In I the country eocntryTHE ecnt ecntT
THE T OREGON ALL ATT RIGHT RIGHTStructural RIGH RIGHStroetornl
Structural S tructural Strength Streu tl of the th Great Greatipnireii GreZt GreZtDatJeIII
DatJeIII Bntliclij Sot Jnapnlrell JnapnlrellThe ipnireii ipnireiiThe
The following folowlsg despatch from fro the theraaader tke e onea <
raaader r of o the battleship btehip Oregon Oregot1bh Oregot1bhas Oregouwhich Oregouwhichas which whichwas
was w as sent to Kure Kuro Japan Japn to fcareVfepaIra fcareVfepaIramade hr harepnca harepncaade plr
made m ade of the injuries Injurie received reeved invher Ihe rrher re recent recent ¬
cent c ent grounding grundlRg off ot the tb Chinese coast c was wasKure ws wsreeeled
reeeled r eceived by the Navy DelrtmoDt Dertmonc ty tyKure tudey
Kure July Juy S6 S6Ship 26Ship 6
Ship docked docke Structural Srtural strength 8rCgtl in intact fatct ¬
tact tct WILDE WILDEThis WILDE
This Thi means that tht the Oregon Or wa was not ioteven
even e ven strained sle ia her he dangerous dangen experience exporienccon exPlc
on 0 o ft Pinnacle PIBnacle Reek Rek When hea temporary tepra re repairs ¬
pairs pirs have haC been ben made Jde she e will wl join J tile tkeAmerican tileAmerlea
American Amerlea A merican squadron Sudro at t Tafcu TafcuQTJXET Takl TaklQUT
QUIET QUT IN I NEW N ORLEANS OBXEANSThe ORES
The T ue 3Iol lob DesistK After Killing KllIin
nel Afer JUlnJ an anAKecl ni niJed
Aged Jed SeJre SeJreMEW Xe Negress NegressNEW re i iNEW
NEW ORLEANS ORLENS July 27 27Pete Peace P Pe ooe ooemore neece
more ni ece e retgas r in the tl city cty The night lg wa e eoeaprattvely s scomparatively
comparatively Craltny c quiet quietShortly qll qamotShortly i iSlly
Shortly Slly after atf midnight Walt a crowd eNt of about abouttweatyav a I
tweatyav tWPty t e or o thirty tJrty rowdies rwt appeared m mffoot In Inront
r
ffoot fN f ront of o a house I tenanted t ky ly a number aub of ofaegroec e
aegroec n eg ag among them t David Dv 3Ukry Xl aid a 1 hi hiwife bin
wife wte w ife Hannah H aged ag d flftysye ft5t e years y ar Tae
hoodlums Ibsm h pcured pre oil o oa the ta front ft step s and aadattempted al
attempted atpte a to t start strt a are ae re out It were ee foiled foiledTke f fTke fOtiOdThe
Tke shatters iltters of the ti window ia and a door doorwere dr drwere
were w ere taken tkea down doW sad 4 ten t or o fifteen 6e shots shotsSred
Sred Are I red into lt the t front ffot apartment aprlt The TI s oM oMaegres e
aegres nege n egroes wo wu shot s ia Ute right bt side se the thebullet th
bullet l b allot t passing Ja through tJog the t lung IUDS
Tke Ti regular reg and al sil special police pi hastened bs4eaedto H6ee
to t t o the scene zt but b the th mob mb made Jd its It escape escapeOnly e eacnpesly
Only Oy O sly one Oe man woe W arrested arret and a ke I was wastaken wasaken
taken take t into Jto custody ety for fe iaterferteg ite Isterfecin with wi the tkepolice ti
police J p olice The T wounded WHe woman W was w taken tke to totk totM
tk tM t he Charity Clt Hospital Hostl and died shortly after
3 oclock oclockMembers oelockXemben
Members of the special peCice uioIc < hod si little littleor littleor littlet
or o t nothing to do during the night Only
the soldiers yet restate at hood te t taoist oestetthe tt
the t e police the outset eit1zeaau pattcemea havIng kavtogg I
g au ee te their hones honesLate o tesLate koeaestale
Late Je las night the pollen we wen toM that thatCkorle thatCIMIrI41s thatOharies
Ckorle the murderer nleft of ofPatrebsan Gaytami Day Dca aad aadPatrehaaB MMIPIBUilt
PatrehaaB Lab nod keen orreoted Tentnd f St StBernards Sts
Bernards s parish TIle Tb iaformatioB could couldnot e 1d 1dBO
not n ot be coaarmed coaarmedNegroes coaLIDeClXfC1Oe5
Negroes were out bright ana a and early this thismoniteg tltbmontiftg
moniteg r going to work They seem ao aolaager BOlN1ger soonger
laager l onger to fear violence violenceHAK1IA IoIeacHA1I
HAK1IA HA1I r A IN NEW TOB TOBPleased YORK YORKPlenseI YORKPleaeil
Pleased AVItli Ub tlio tb Uraiteli Head Headunarters nutlIluurter
unarters + in the Metropolis MetropolisNEW letroJutll letroJutllXEW
NEW YORK July JI 27 27Senator Senator Han Hancame II IIeame Hanoi Hanoicame L
came up to the city from KlberoB oat Ute tkevent UteSaldyHook thrHook
SaldyHook Hook boat this moralQg onrhag and at atweat ones 1
vent to the branch of the Republics Na National Xatioaal ¬
Mona Headquarters here re He expressed expressedhimself e ehif expseeeolImeSlt I
himself b as feeing IeI pleased with wit the quarters quartersand t rs rsaDd S Snd
and a nd said that he would have a conference conferencewitli CODfereaee1tIJ S Swith
with the Republican leaders here in tile tkecourse tilecoante r
course c of the tlt day Cornelius X Bliss isa ac accompanied accompalllecl acoaspasied ¬
companied c him te the city cityThe dtyTIM cityThe
The press bureau of the committee was wasestablished wase t tstablished
established e e tabtif > hed today in charge ela of George GeorgeRouer W WRouser j
Rouser who arrived from Washington last lastevening Iateedng lastvening
evening e Ia the present campaign as in inthat is ishat j jthat
that t hat of four years ago a e campaign literature literatureis i is
is i s to play an important part rt Mr Ir Rouser Reusersaid RUaersaid Rouseraid
said s aid that tha for a few 4ays he h would tMtId he Jteble heisle una unable ¬
ble to say anything aot iag about the plan of the thework thewO i iwork
work wO k ia his department departmentDIED depar departmentDIED BeDt BeDtDIED
DIED IN THE PENITENTIARY PZNITENTIAKYrVexro PENITE PENITENTIARYNegro TIARY TIARYXe
Negro Xe ro Aa Asnllnnt niltcnt 3InUc lnkco a CoiifcRKion CoiifcRKionot I Iills
ot Ills Crime CrimeCOLUMBIA Crlm CrlmCOLtIBIA CrimeCOLtMBIA
COLUMBIA S C July JuI 27 24Jeiei James JamesClinch Ja es esCUudt I IClinch
Clinch the negro accused a UMd of attempted as assault assault asesuit ¬
sault sault who was wounded when captured captureddied eaptr eaptrdied captareddied
died in the penitentiary yesterday where wherehe whenhe ere ereh
he h was taken with John Livingston to pre prevent lMeent peeTent ¬
vent ent lynching lynchingBefore lyDdlIDgBelote lynchingBefore
Before dying Clinch said hat ko heLisisgoton aad aadthe aJMILh1oll
Lh1oll att attempted mltecl to rob the hese uC uCthe o othe
the keeper of tko National Com C Cemetery at cry at atFJoreace a L LFlorence I IFlorence
Florence They TMywere were reateted br tItIaIs MB dough uaugfcter doughcci bIt bIttel
tel who 110 was the strongest women Be ever eve evecaw v r rSa I Isaw
saw Sa and was about to overcome O Ctteeh Ctteehwhen CI1Itekwhen Chad Chadwhen
when ke called Livinguon L TIg OD te t his aid aid LJ LJiagstcn Ltr LtrIngatca >
iagstcn struck ruck tile girl down with a aollreB piece pieceof C Cof
of ollreB iron aid the men Bed BedACCEPTING CedACCEPTlliG aedACCEPTING
ACCEPTING THE VABIAG VABIAGCeremony V VARIAGCcrcnsouy ARIAGCeCIIIOII
Ceremony CeCIIIOII to lie Held Ore OreIlussiuii O Over tIle SCTr SCTrItussiun Ns V VItussinu
Ilussiuii Cruiser CmitierPHILADELPHIA CruiMcrPHILADELPHIA
PHILADELPHIA July Juiy 27 27When When H the thenew tkerew tb tbnew e
new Russian cruiser Variag aring returns to toCramp toCramps s 0 0Cramps
Cramps shipyard on Monday loDda after the trial trialtrip trialtrip tita i itrip
trip a unique celebration celehraU It will take place placein plaeeIn pine e ein
in honor of the new edition to the navy navyof say ay ayof y yof
of the Czar CzarThe CzarThe CzarThe
The celebration will not only be unique uniqueto sniqoto
to Americans but it will be the occasion occasionof eceasloof
of the transferring traaterrta of tile Variag Vans to the theRussian theRotsiaB tb tbRussian
Russian Government Go rltBleDt While hile the hoisting hoistingof boistl boistisof g gof
of the Russian flag will be the signal I of ofcongratulations oflgratuntlaDs c ccangratuattoas
congratulations the feature of the th tens ceremony teremooy tensony ¬
mony ony will be the th blessing blessIu of the ship ia iathe iathe I a
the name of the Czar according to the therights therisht th thrights aC C
rights of the Greek Church ChurchABBEST CloIurehARREST ChurchARREST
ARREST OF RATHBONE RATHBONEWar RATHBONEur BATn NE NEVnr
War ur Department Officials VnItitis VnItitisto VaLL nItIII nItIIIto S Sto
to Hear From Ilnvnnn UnnnnOfficials IlnvnnnOfficials
Officials at the War Yar Depart Department IB eat are arelooking arelookinb an e
looking at any time today for news S that thatformer tllatformer the thea t
former Director General Ratboae has been beenplaced Deesplaced bee a
placed under arrest at Havanna Reeves Reevesthe ReeTesthe Reevetbe 1
the auditor is already under nder constant sat surveillance satveillalice ur ureUlaree ¬
veillance and is sot allowed to leave leavethe leaeth lear learthe
the th IslanOT Islllu He has as been thus guarded by bythe IJ IJthe
the military authorities ever since tke tkepostal t rpests e epostal
postal pests scandal was exposed exposedIt exposfll1It
It is not announced by official here that thatthey tkatth ties tiesthey t
they th have say Immediate Imm iate intention of sal vuttlng > t tUug
tlng Reeves in Jail They T e think t iok tkat ibathe he is issafe issafe I Isafe r
safe as he is and they want hi his evident evWeuceat et evidentat ttttee tttteeat
at the tho trials of Rathbone and Neely XeeI XeeITnke NoelyTake
Take Limited for Che1Pnke Dcuch DcuchTo Is IsTo
3 To tile Seashore and Return Returnvia Returnvia
via 11 reansylvaula Railroad IlallroadTickets UnllroadT RailroadTickets
T Tickets k tS on uSe for er all Irate era Fridays ad Sat Saturdays Se I Iurdays ¬ j
urdays to AtUMic City Ope c May OHM CM CMam a tS tSLad
am lid SfCl ta We City X J go goal d to nten oril orilfoHwissr utiIfoH6J not notiortinr I
foHwissr foH6J Twsdiy Ticket TicbGOtI Tick a goerf sin ia Dehwam DehwamDr eltwaRDriclge I IDridge
Driclge Dr te Route to AtUotio < City Citytoass < JItyoiv t
I IonH
toass oiv onH the time to bund a Iionnc Iionncrii 1001116 1001116p isonseP
rii p I I r jt t rtis at > iVl 4 Lj X I
ALL 1 FAVOR OF BRYAN BBYAffCommercial BRYANCommercial BRYAffommercial
Commercial C Travelers Endorse the tlieDemocratic theDcmoclatic theDemocratic
Democratic Candidate Cnudidatci CandidatrTiley Candidatehey
Tiley T hey Re Resizsrd nrd 111m u as i a Itcprcxcnta Itcprcxcntatlve ReprCJlcn1ntI flepreitcntittive
tlve tI e of the AntiTrust AntlTro t Sentiment SentimentMr Sentimentiir
Mr Ir Cooper of
Texas Given
It aa aaHi nilIII uslila
Hi lila Opinion That the German
Vote VoteAVill Vo Vowill ot
will 111 Also Be for the Nebraskan XehraikanThere NebraskanThere elnukDnTltere
There can be BO question hut that Mrs MrsBryan 3IrBran Mrryan
Bryan B ryan Is stronger strefr er before the people today todaytboa todaytHahe todayhat
hat tHahe t he wa was fa 1 1SH 96 and as that k Is > a fact facthe raothe facte
he h e will In my judgment be elected elocedProsi elocedProsient Presi President President ¬
dent d ent In November NovemberThis NovemberThis avember avemberI
This remark was mad made by Representative Representativeafternoon RepresenkiUveCoo Repreeenagtyoooper
Coo C ooper r of Texas te a TImes reporter this txfsafternoon thisfternoon
I afternoon afternoonOn afternoonOn a fternoonOn
On my way here from Texas he eon eoatiaued eoninued
tiaued t I met and conversed with a large largenumber JargeDumber largeumber
I
number n of drummers With hardly an ex exception exception oxeption ¬
ception c they said that this time they would wouldwork wouldwork wouldork
work w ork aDd vote ete fee Bryan They told me methat methat
that t hat at least 94 per cent of o the dreamers dreamersof
of o ow f the country those who did such offective effectivework offectivework offectiveork
work w ork for fa
McKinley in 6 will this year yearvote yearete yearote
vote v ete for Bryan The drummers understand understandthat us4erstanci
to that t unless something IMmet ing is done the trusts trustsof lru6tsof
of o f the country will gradually but surely surelyrob S8relYrob sorelyob
rob r ob them of their livelihood livelihoodAs JlveUheodAs ltvelihooAs
As to th the German vote 0 added Mr Mrooper
Cooper C ooper speaking for my section of the thecountry theeeuatry theeoatry
country e you can say the German are de decidedly de deridedly sicidedly ¬
cidedly c ce opposed to the iraperiaHstfe Ue tend tendency tendCDeY tendncy ¬
ency e ncy aDd policy of f the Admluletratlea and andthey
they tell me that they will support Bryan Bryaathte Bry1Qthis Bryanthis
this time They T ey know he is honest est and andthat aDdUlat andhat
that t hat he stands far r the Constitution and the theg
1 flag p ps g ex opposed to imperialism and a large largestanding Ja JastaDd1J1g largetanding
standing s Army The Germane ia the theooth
South S 04101 en these two question lltle tloaa are united unitedweer unitedpid
pid R4I I take It the Germans of tile North Xarthe Northear
w weer e believe the same way That Mas titn titntrite biagiwe
rm true r iwe I believe Mr Bryan will tH receive a amajority a aDlJortty aajority
majority m ajority of the German vote Ole of the noun country eMU1try nounry ¬
try t ry I think t lak it is agreed by everybody tot tkatthere totUiere
there t te really but one Issue before the thecountry tl1ee theountry
country e c atry today and that is 1 the issue of im imperuUfcm 1mperialhm imenlali
peruUfcm p enlali in and militarism You will gad In InNovember InXoY InNovember
November XoY ber that the people are not yet yetready yetreadS yeteady
ready r s abandon the ConetituUoa and tho thoRepublic thoRfJMIWk thetok
Republic I for f farUtThS < an Empire EmpireFTTtTDS E8apkeFUJDS
FTTtTDS P UtThS FOR THE REPUBLICANS REPUBLICANSA
A t rian to Stake the Dairy and Oleo OleoTraxtn OleoTrat OieoI
Trusts Contribute ContributeIt
I
It was wM sold at Democratic headquarters headquarterstoday 8rs 8rstodAy
today that the press of the country in re reviewing remWtAg iciewing ¬
viewing v the work of the tint seeeioa of the theFiftysixth theFtftylIhtr theiftysixth
Fiftysixth F Cagrec C aJrtiS overlooked overlook eel a a pretty prettypiece prettylMee prettyiete
piece p iete of proposed Republican Rep lleaa legfetetienThe JagielaUenTIte legislation legislationb
The T b legislation JegkilttU referred to Is the Grout Groutrgariae GrMtO GreetleumarguiIse
O leumarguiIse rgariae kill which ha Us for Ks ob object eb ebjee ohect ¬
ject jee j ect a as the advocates eeat of the thesert aeawe as asert asent
s sert ert ent the lie bettor regulation of the menu moaufocture menusetore MI MItaetre
focture I setore tad sale Ie of oIeoI oleomargarine ol cc margarine The Thereal TIlereal Theest
real r est purpose of the bill it Is charged by its itsopponent Its8tttHHIelits itsppeoenta
e opponent is to tax out of exwteflce tko tkooleomargarine tileoNmrpriae theeemargsrise
oleomargarine o industry industryAs
As stated at Democratic heaaauaners ners the theGrout theGrMtt theGrout
Grout Mil can ke easily used hy i y the Re RepuMieaos RepahliatltS Reublicans
puMieaos p ublicans wk who Be are in control of the House Housepaign H8tt5aJMI Heesead
aJMI t ad Senate as a a dull te force large cam camral camalgi
paign ral p algi < a contritetioBS from the Dairy Trust Truetwhich Trustwhich t tItlck
which Itlck Is advocating the bill and th ta Oleo OieoTrust OleoTnt OleoTrust
Trust Tnt which wJ ek is fighting Ute measure The Thebill TkeWII Thebill
bill in question was Introduced Itrod in the tkeHouse t1teJfue theouse
House h ouse early last December D and referred to tothe toUte t the
the t he Committee on oR Agricttlture Hearings Hcfiringsere I1 Hearingsanne ag3 ag3e
anne ere e ha hat < from time to tae Ie by the oom oomef MmIU omr4tt
IU r4tt m a nine ef testimony was hoapd hoapdDuring wNtRlDtuias benedDvrfag
During the session reports were 1fer given out outMOW OUtae outew
MOW ae n ew and then that t the bill would w be re reported icarted ¬
ported It p arted to tIe Mouse HOII e tomorrow But as asthe astlte ashe
the t he time for adjournment drew near ear the thedairy theair theairy
dairy d airy people and the oleo people became becameanxious 1teeameaaxiolt6 becamenxious
anxious a especially the former who threat threatened tltreetea threatcoed ¬
as coed ea to make trouble unless hJ S6 some action actionshould acttnslMMlW actionkeW
s should be taken on the bill before I adjourn adjournment adjeornmeat 8nl 8nlmeat ¬
meat The result re lt of o the activity displayed displayedby
by i py tie ta representatives of tk the dairy later imerest iaterest latereat
est in the House was a special order frees fronxtke trmtlM freeshe
tke t he Committee oa Rules setting apart tho thoCtk thoItIl theIth
Ctk of next December l r foc the consideration eoasWeratiecof
of c I the Grout ut bill and amendments Ddmellts thereto theretoi tJtereteXOv theretoNow
i Now it is said unless the dairy trust eon eontributes etMItributes ennibeten
tributes t handsomely Mr Hanna will see to toit toIt tot
it I t that the bill is beaten Iteat D And ADd1tIe unless 6 the theOieo theOtoo e eOleo
Oleo Trust Tn t follows suit Mr Haaaa will let letkem letita letthem
them ita know k that Ute bill shall sltallAad pose poosAnd poseAnd
And thus said a eeotleman Iea st t Dome Demei DelRecra Domeistin
i cratis cra c keoAtuarters itea Rosen with the Grout GreetbIll
Mil can ca play both cade against the middle nrfHeand DlitltHeaM middleand
and fry fat from frombolk both trusts trustsSPEECHES tnHtsSPEECHES insetsscus
SPEECHES IN KENTUCKY KENTUCKYRooxcvelt KENTUCKYnooMcelt KENTUCKYRoosevelt
Roosevelt Will 111 Stamp the State in inthe Intile inthe
the Fall KnllLOUISVILLE 1 FallLOUISVILLE aIl aIlLOULSYILLE
LOUISVILLE July 27 2ChaLmaa CZi CaaLmaa ma Haaaa Haaaaof fltnttof
of the Republican National Committee c tlttee has haswrtttes haswritten
wrtttes to Chairman C Bennett of the Ken Kentucky Kestucky Kentacky ¬
tucky Campaign Committee that Governor GovernorRoosevelt GovernorRoosevelt
Roosevelt will speak in the Blue Grass GrassState GraS6S4ate CraneState
State during duri th t fall fallIt falllt fallIt
It i Ja expected to have Governor Reese Reesevelt Reesewit
wit in this State Stat for three days aurte aurtewhich daring daringwhich
which da time iI he will make nit a dozen doom set setspeeches setSflee setspeeches
Sflee speeches with wt l addresses 4Wrusesfrelll from the t o end of ofthe oftile ofthe
the train alone c the route It is planned plannedto
to have him make one speech w Itt Frank Ftank5S Frankfert PrankferL
fert fertTHE
THE VIEWS 5S OP VANVOSHIS VANVOSHISAntiImperialist VANVORBIStntlIupcrialists
AntiImperialist Xot Likely 1111 to Sup Support Suptiurt ¬
port the Independents IndependentsINDIANAtOLIS IndepenslentsINDIANAr0LIS
INDIANAtOLIS July 27 iDr Dr F J 1 Van Vaavorhte Vanvorhis as asState
vorhte State chairman of the Silver Re RepuMieanfi ReJHlWJcaR6 RepObUcas6
puMieanfi declare that tile new aatteMl aatteMlmes aaUea81perty settee setteeheFty
heFty organized here l by y a feW for Now York Yerkmea Yorkmen
mea who term ter themselves tlteM Ia IM8tHlIMIeats IM8tHlIMI Independeats ipead ipeadeat
eat eats w will l Bet receive Ute support H t of 1 antI aatiImpertalists aMiImperialists antIImperIalists
Imperialists Vanvorhls Vavor ls1 also represents representsthis rtI representsthis r6Sns r6Snsthl5
this class In Indiana IIMII He doubts whether whetherenough wlletlterenough whetherenough
enough interest t ia tile sew party can n nZireutled be bearouced bearsuectl
arouced te nominate a third ticket ticketBefore tleketBerore ticketBefore
Before leaving leavia Indianapolis Ute Iadv Iadvpcndeate Jade IlIfIeflendents Jadependeata
pcndeate asked tkat tltJ1t the city furnish thorn thorna
a hall for their convention C August 14 iL The TheCommercial TireCommercial
Commercial Club will consider this prepo proposition preposition prepoaltion ¬
sition sitionJiLHS altionras
sitionMRS
MRS ras ATKINSONS AMBITION AMBITIONVidoiv AMBITIONGjcruorr aIBITIONGsverssors
Gjcruorr WidoW do Seeks to He State StateLibrarian SinCeLlbrnrlulI StaleLIlirarinu
Librarian or if f Georgia GeorgiaATLANTA GeorJhzATLO GeisnisinATLANTA
ATLANTA ATLO ITA > Gi July 27 27Mrs Mrs Irs W Y TklBSon YAtkiaeoa YAtkinson
Atkinson widow of the late Governor At AtklBtOn Atkinson
klBSon and a leader in the womans move movement JB8vement movemeat ¬
ment will be a candidate for appointment appointmentas
as State Librarian James Brown the in incumbeat laetUIIbeBt incombeet
cumbeat says that Mrs Atkinson had told toldhim teklhim toldhim
him several days age li that she would ap apply apply apply ¬
ply for the place For several months rae4hspost 1past monthspeat
post Mrs Atkinson ha has bees engaged ea getl In Inthe Int inth
the t th insurance bueioeas and hoe met with withgreat 4t1Lgreat sithgreat
great success successUnder MleCetSCJMler SuccesSCoder
Under the law ef Georgia a wants cart eaait eln1M cartho
1M appointed to tile post 8l llllraliG and aetl1t andIt
it is the intention of Mia In Atki Atkia Atkinson 8 make makea
a strong aght ght for It HTho ItThe itThe
The Sew York llcccptlon at JParl JParlPARIS P1rlPARIS ParIPARiS
PARIS July 2 2The Tke New 1 York State StaleCoramteioa StateC8IBHIioa StateCemsetssion
Coramteioa save a successful reception to today kt kty toy ¬
day y te the XatfoMl Pavilion Pull of thee tIM Exfci ExfcibitioB Bxllhi EXhbitten
bitten hi t AabaoMoar Am Amzr ± Porter Senator X Xpev D Da Dc Dcpew >
pew and a Comateioaer Peck which was wasattended wuatteDCled wasatttudost
attended by b the members of the American Americancolony AmericanY DIlIcancoIay
colony Y and d a large are number ml e at American Americanvisitor A Amenienuviniteli or1ean or1eanIIdton
visitorSnlfT IIdtonSnlrr visitor viniteliSniff
Sniff Salt Air at Chesapeake heads ItcaohVia headsLu5
J Lu5 To Baltimore and Return l lIn isa isaVIa
Via In Pennsylvania Railronil RailronilTSrkfts nUIlSODIInbt Ito ilsond ilsondThats
TSrkfts co ale SMwfer aM Sunaajr AuV S3 S3n iisad
ancl19 sad n l 59 C go od d tn r nhnl < tan > until Monday VOIIda Jne mc SO All
Tofto x t h 4orti or o n Li Iitvd Iitvdca d drC
rC ca ir c 1 cnI cnly Sl15 11 11 > per 100 ft f6 f6a
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