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Stat State Department Dealtment Sends Them to totire totIre
tire President for AI Approval ApprovalTIIiiiiHtcr lovaJ lovaJlIlliHt
TIIiiiiHtcr lIlliHt r Directed to Place UimKeIfiu Himself HimselfIn
In Communication VitH the Chi Chinese CIlIu ¬
u nese nese selleuiIJotcn IMeiiinotcuiinrieM nrieH for the tll Art Artjjustment AlJulltmentof Au
jjustment Julltmentof juiujjuent of o nurercnccsGlnlmelhnt Differences nurercnccsGlnlmel Claimed ClaimedThat
k That hnt lie Will Act Only Oulyfor for This ThisGovernment Thijft Tiii
ft Government Go overiuiiieiit rJlJuent ami Not in u General GeneralMediatory GenernllIIedintory Generalledintor
Mediatory ledintor Capacity CUluleIQTunn Tuan Not to toBe to tolle
Be Tolerated as n a Negotiator NcgotintorAs NcgotintorAsiurnnee As Assurance ¬
surance iuraiueeof of Protection to American AmericanCitizens AJuerilOIJlCitizens
Citizens u Necessary XcceJnr Preliminary PreliminaryThe PreliJuiuur PreliJuiuure
The e instructions to Minister llIniste Conger to toinitiate toinitiate
initiate negotiations looking toa to a settle settlement settleent settlet
t ment ent of the Chinese ChinesetroubIe trouble have been beenforwarded beentorwarded
forwarded by the Sta Stat beparzment Department to toPresident toPi
President Pi Prsdent ii < ent McKinley at Canton for review reviewand revIewand
and approval approvalIt approaIt
It is claimed by those wha appear ap eal to be beaware b baware <
aware of the nature of the instructions instructionsthat instructionthat
that Mr lIr Conger Cong r is directed to toplace toplace
4 place himself in communication with Earl Earlla EarlIiHung
la IiHung Hung Chang and an anuiPrince Prince Ching the Chi Chinese Chinese CliiI ¬
I nese plenipotentiaries for the purpose of ofmaking ofmaking
making such arrangements arraxigements with them as asmay aimay a
may result in a satisfactory adjustment ot otthe otthe
the differences that hat have existed ed5 ed between betweenChina betweenChina
China and the United Unil d States StatesMr StatesMr
Mr Conger will endeavor to arrange arrangethe arrangethe
the time and and place lace for the meeting of a aconference ai aI
I conference of China and the powers to todiscuss todiscuss todiscuss
discuss peace peace terms and will probably ex exchange exhange ¬
change with the Chinese plenipotentiaries plenipotentiariesthe
the views of his or their respective coun countries countries ¬
tries in order that a basis of o procedure procedurein
in the general general conference may be ar arranged arranged ¬
ranged rangedIn rangedIu
In this connection the request is made madeofficially madeofficially
officially that that correction be made of the theimpression theimpre
4 impression impre sion prevailing in some someqUarterS quarters in inthis inihis
this country and abroad that Minister MinisterConger MinisterConger YlnistcrConger
Conger has been instructed instructeto to act as a amediator amedi amediator
mediator medi tor between China and the powers powersand powersapd
and apd that he will negotiate in the interests interestsofalind interestsotal interestsof
ofalind otal of aIand and not merely for the United UnitedStates UnitedStates UnitedStates
States StatesIt StatesIt StatesIt
It is asserted that Mr Ir Conger onger will act actsolely actsolely actsolely
solely for his own Government Governmentcven even in indiscussing indiscussing indiscussing
discussing discussing the assembling of a general generalpeace heDeralpeace generalpea
peace peace pea e conference No other nation has hasasked hasasked hasasked
asked the United States to have ha e Air Ir Con Conger COQger Conger
ger act for it and anything to lead Mr MrConger MrConger MrConger
Conger to believe that he was to serve servein 8ervein
in a mediatory capacity has been care carefully carefully carefully ¬
fully eliminated elinii lated from his instructions instructionsObjections instructionsOlJjecUons instructionsObjections
Objections to TumiIt Tumi lunliIt
It may be officials say that Mr Con Conger Conger ¬
ger and mdthe the Chinese plenipotentiaries may mayagree mayagree
agree to disagree In in the very beginning beginningover b beginningover < > ginning ginningover
over the appointment of Prince Tuan the theBoxer theBoxer I
Boxer leader as a member of the Privy PrivyCouncil PriyCoulcll
Council The United States and it is be believed believed ¬
lieved all the other powers will not tol tolerate tolerate ¬
erate the retention of Tuan in such an aninfluential aninfluential anInfluential
influential office officeIt officen
It was pointed out today that before beforeany beforeany
any actual negotiations for a final set settlement settlement ¬
tlement can begin it must be definitely definitelydetermined definitelydetermined
determined that the Chinese Government Governmentis
is protecting American citizens and their theirinterests theirinterests theirinterests
interests in China That was one of the thefundamental thefundamental
4 fundamental principles laid down by theUnited the theUnited
United States as preliminaries to the ar arrangement arrangement ¬
L rangement of peace terms Should Tuan Tuanexert TuaneXodrt
exert his influence to cause further out outbreaks outbreaks ¬
breaks against foreigners even at paints paintsremote p1intsremote pnintsremote
remote from Pekin Minister Conger Congerwould Congerwould
would decline to enter into or continue continuenegotiations continuenegotiations
negotiations with Li Hung Chang and andPrince andPrince
Prince Ching and it was explained to today today ¬
day would hold Earl Li to his assurance assurancedemanded assurancedemanded
demanded by the United States that thatAmerican thatAmerican thatAmerican
American life and property in China Chinawould Chinawould Chinawould
would be respected in future futureBritish futurenritiHh
British Attitude Important ImportantIn
In the opinion of Government Qvernment officials in inWashington inWashington inWashington
Washington the attitude of Great Britain Britaintoward Britnlntoward
toward the German proposition that the theBoxer theBoxer
Boxer leaders be punished as a condition conditionprecedent condItlJnp
precedent p ecedent to peace negotiations will have havean havean
an important bearing on the settlement of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Chinese ChinesQ situation situationShould 5ituationShould
Should Should Great Britain throw her powerfulinfluence p powerful jniwefuiInfluence eful efulI
influence I fluenceon on the side of o Germany the situa situation 3itJation ¬
tion will be very much complicated in inmaking inmaking
making a fairly even division of of the pow powers poverLngainst poweraagainst ¬
ers erLngainst eraagainst against each other On the one OD side sidewould side sidewjuld sidewould
would be Great Britain Germany Austria Austriaand AustrIaand
and Italy opposed to the inauguration of ofan
04 4
an arrangement ar lngement for peace pcac until the theanli theanlioreIgn anti antiforeign
foreign leaders have been punished while whileon whileon
on the other side would be bethe the United UnitedStates UnitpdStates UnitidSthtes
> States Russia and France FranceJapan FranceJapan
Japan it Is s d
reported report will pursue a amiddle amiddle a
middle course but officials in Washington Washingtonbelieve Washingtonhclleve
believe that she will not accept the Ger German German ¬
man proposal in terms although perhaps perhapssubscribing perhapssubscribing
subscribing to Its spirit There is strong stronghope stronghope
hope In Administration Quarters that thatGreat thatGreatBrlta
Great GreatBrlta Britain nwiIl will not join vith Ith Germany GermanyLord GermanyLord GermanyLord
Lord Salisbury has not completed the theresponse theresponse theresponse
response to the Berlin Foreign Office butPreslden but butPresident
c President McKinley McKlnleynnd and his hisCabinet Cabinet say saythat saythat I
that ho inclines toward the stand taken lakenby takenby
by the United States and that they be belleve belIeve
lleve he will adopt that course courseWhat ourse
What step Germany GermanywUl will take iGreat if Great GreatBritain
Britain refuses to follow her herpuni punitive ve pol policy policy ¬
icy is not known here The Administra Administration Adniiti stra straU ¬
tion U tI9n nenrs tears th that t Germany G rmany is anxious to tocomplicate tocomplicate
p complicate the situation situati n In ii sider ider that an anopportunity anopportunlly
opportunity may be afforded for extended extendedmilitary extendedmUitaryoperations
military mUitaryoperations operations under un er Count von Wal Waldersee Waldersee
dersee which whichvould would
develop the
means pleansotsecurlngadequllte meansof eans
of otsecurlngadequllte securing adequate reparation rellarati2n for the themurder themurdero
murder murdero of Baron von vonKettcler vonKettclerTherenreseeral Ketteler KettelerThere KettelerThere
There Therenreseeral are several men cl nofofficial of official proml
200 To Cumberland C0111berJnmlUJul and Return RetnrnFrom HettirnFrom
From B O OR R It station ation 8 8a a m Sunday Sunda
September September30 30 Returning leave leacCumberland Cumberland 6 6
Sr p in mS3mt same day da Ample accommodations accomm tions for all allGoing allGoing
Going to build bniJdnsuborbnl1hoose bniJdnsuborbnl1hooseciu a a suburban liouse I
Call first first to sec s c F Libbcy Co C Prices lowered lo eed J j 6
nence ne nce in Washington who believe that thatGermany thatGermany thatermany
Germany G ermany intends if if possible to extend extendher extendher
her he hesu r territorial possessions posse slons In China ChinaThe ChinaThe ChinaThe
The occupation of the Klaochou Klaochoupenln Klaochoupenlnsula penin peninsula peniala ¬
sula su la has it is said not notroEla nroyel a profitable profitableinvestment profitabllIlYtstment
investment iu tor the German Government Governmentand Governmentand Governnientd
and an anon d there is a suspicion that It has its jtsey jtseyon eye eyaon eyethe
on the hinterland hinterlandof of that territory which whichmight whichmight
might m ight give it a hold holdon on thevahable the valuable Yang Yangtze Yangtze Yange ¬
tze tz tzch e region and an outlet to the Gulf of Pc Pcchili PcchiHon Pciii
chili chiHon ch iii on the north although a northern northernextension northernextension northerntension
extension ex tension of ofGermanys Germanys interests could coul not notbe notbe notconsidered
be considered as embracing dmbra inbrac liig llr only the bin binterland hlnterlmd binrland
terland te rland of Kiaochou KiaochouGermany KiaochouGerman IiaochouGerman
Germany German it Is said will wmn willnot not makeother make makean makeanher an another ¬
other ot her mo move vo until ntil she has received defi definite definite deftte ¬
nite ni te answers answerS from all ll the powers p pwers wcrsto to her herproposal herproposal herroposal
proposal p to punish the antiforeign antiforeignleaders antiforeignlead antiforeignaders
leaders lead le led aders rs Then according ac > r < 1ing to some someoill someoillcialswI ofll ofllcials ofilais
cials cialswI d ais will come the t1i crisis S s The great greatfear greatearis greatar
fe fear earis ar is that she will decide to act independ in independently inependently ¬
dependently depend d nt1yp perhaps rhap going g i g to the thetreme ex extreme
treme tr eme of dclaring dclar ng war on the Chinese ChineseGovernment ChineseGovernment
Government G By this means meansshe she would wouldbe wouldbt
be b e in better position to obtain addi additional additional ¬
tional ti onal territory but the danger of ofsuch ofsucha such sucha
a course it is is said lies in the thencelltlve thencelltlveIt incentive incentiveit
it would give to the other powers to do dolikewise dolikewIse
likewise li kewise thus causing a conflict of in interests interests ¬
terests terestsIt terestsIt te rests
It is believed by some som officials however howeverthat how ver verthat
that th at Germany will not have the temerity temerityto
to break the harmonious relations existing existingbetween existin existinbetween
between be tween the powers unless she can do so sounder sounder
under un der cover of military necessity necessit On every everyhand ey eyhand
hand ha nd in Washington the situation S3 i3a i3aknowledged ac acknowledged ¬
knowledged kn owledged to be very delicate and critical criticalTHE cnUalTHE
Chinese C Oilicials OilicialsIvnoivled in Lou London < < loll Den DenKnowledgc Deny
Ivnoivled IvnoivledLONDON Knowledge of It ItLONDON
LONDON Sept 27 27flie 7 The he Exchange Exc ange Tel Telegraph Telegraph ¬
egraph e Company states that the officials officialsof officialsthe
of the Chinese Legation here know noth nothing nothing ¬
ing in g of the report from Washington that thatPrince thatPrince
Prince P rince Tuan Tuanhas has been appointed President Presidentof
of o f the Privy Council CouncilHAMILTON CouncilHAMILTON
Roberts R oberts Reports the Arrival o of the theBritish thenritish theBritish
British Column ColniisnLONDON COIUJ1111LONDON ColumnLONDON
LONDON Sept 27 7In In a telegram to tothe tothe
the th e War Office General Roberts says saysIan saysIan
ilan Ian Hamiltons column arrived at atKomatipoort atKomatipoort
Komatipoort today PoleCarew PoleCarewstates Pole arew arewstates
states that they are getting ample amplesupplies amplesupplies
supplies through our Consul at Lou Lourenco Lourenco Lourenco
renco Marques The Portuguese offi officials officials officials ¬
cials are very civil and obliging obligingSeventeen obligingSeventeen
Seventeen officers and 319 men of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Canadian Regiment started this thismorning thismorning
morning on their way to Canada CanadaROBERTS CanadaROBERTS CanadaROBERTS
J R Keeiies Horse Takes the Lon London Loudoui ¬
don Jockey Club Stalces StalcesLONDON StuJcsLONDON
LONDON Sept 27 27The The race for the theJockey theJockey theockey
Jockey J Club stakes of 10000 iooOO sovereigns sovereignsthe overcignsthe
the t he second horse to receive 1000 sover sovereigns sovereigns ¬
eigns ei gns the third 1000 sovereigns the thencmi thencminator nomi nominator ¬
nator n ator of the winner 400 sovereigns and andthe andthe
the t he nominator of the second 200 sever sovereigns scvereigns severgns ¬
eigns ei gns out of the stakes for three and andfouryearolds andfouryearolds
fouryearolds ro roto was run at New Market Markettoday Markettoday
today to day and was won by J R Keenes three threeyearold threeearold
yearold y earold colt Disguise II by Domino out outof outof
of o f Bonnie Gal GalLord GalLord GalLord
Lord William Beresfords Jolly Tar was wassecond wassecond
second s and R A Brices Forfarshire Forfarshirethird Forarshirethird Forfarshireird
third th ird Eight horses ran The betting was
100 10 0 to 30 against Disguise II 6 to 1 against againstJolly gaInstJolly
Jolly J olly Tar and 100 to 7 against Forfarshire ForfarshireBER ForfarshIreMR
TIle T he Secretary Secretur of State Soon to Re Return Return ¬
turn to Washington WashingtonSUNAPEE nsh ngton ngtonSUNAIEE
SUNAPEE N H Sept 27 27Secretary 27SecretaryHay Secretary SecretaryHay
Hay H ay has fully recovered from his recent recentillness recentillness recentlness
illness il lness A reporter talked with him lm yes yesterday yesterday ¬
terday te rday at MR I Ia place The Fells Feil He has hasbeen hasbeen haseen
been b een out driving nearly every day and andt1les
kes long walks alks daily dailySome dallySome
Some comment is being made now that thathe
e has recovered about his not being elng in inWashington Inashington
ashington at this time In regard to this thisecretary
cretary Hay said saidI saidI
I do not know Just what day I shall re Teturn ¬
rn to Washington but it will be very verysoon veryon
on very soon When hen I left I intended intendedremain
remain through this month monthTO monthTO
School Will Care for or Gal Galveston GuITeston Galveston
veston Youngsters YoungstersPITTSBURG YoungterNPITISBURG
PITTSBURG Pa Sept 27 27The The manag managrs ¬
rs s of St Josephs JO phsProtectory Protectory a Catholic Catholicindustrial
dustrial school here decided last night 1
0 notify the th Bishop of Galveston that they theyIre
e ready to take care of all the destitute destttuteJOYS
JOYS ys the Bishop wishes to send sendThe sendThe sendThe
The boys boyscan can either learn a trade or ac acluire acite ¬
ite scientific farming on the th protectorys prottCtor9OOacrc
0acre farm fifty miles from fromPittsburg fromPittsburgMOR1rONPRESIDENT Pittsburg
now nows Sons SonsClmre Charge Him With VlthNeg VlthNeglectin VLth Xee Xeelectintr eg
lectintr lectin Hlft III Legal Wife WifeSALT Vile VileSALT
SALT LAKE Utah Sept 27 ZiThree Three of ofhe
theso he soijs s of o President Snow of therror therrornon the Mor Moron ¬
on Church have filed Inormatioxr information In the
hurch courts charging that thttheI their father I
as refused and neglected n glecte d to support his I Itegal
gal wife their mother motherThey
They declare declarethat that thalshe she is in destitute cir ¬
cumstances and that the favorite wife with with j
hom the president lives is conspiring ana nnaxercising
undue influence to induce Snow Snowdeed
6 deed his property to her and andl1erchil andl1erchilIre her chil ¬
Ire reii to the exclusion of ot his other wives Wlellildchildren
lildchildren lildchildrenAll nd children childrenAll
All Snow Snows s wives except one live in InOvels
Ovels while the favorite avorite occupies occ lpies withlim with
lim a palatial residence and has numerous numerousealts
rants horsey horses or3and and carriages carriagesFOUND carriageFOUND
Yeult11Xew ealthy Jfew YOJiJ York Architect Believ Believed BeIieTed
ed to < Hare Been Murdered MurderedNEW lUurtlcrcINEW
NEW YORK Sept 27 27Charles Charles S SP Peck ck ckme
ne of the foremost architects architects of the th thity
ity was found dead at daybreak this thIsnorning thisorning
orning on the sidewalk In front of 40 40est 4Oest
est Seventeenth Street StreetThe StreetThe
The police are making malinga a full fUUinvestiga fUUinvestigaion investigaJ L
on and have haY e not yet decided deCideilrWhe decideliwhether decideliwhethere whether ther Y4 l l1ewas
1ewas e was murdered or mot death i by > y acci accIk accIknt aecient ¬
ent nt Mr Pecks Peck s head was as badly
ruised indicating that I at he w was sclubb clubbed tl s sIr
Ir r sandbagged sandba ged although the police policecav say say a
he hriiffiPK bruises mnv may have tin hnnn becnclused been caused n < < n > i by by a
aU The doctor who wh came wUhan with an am ¬
was inclined to accept the sand sandagging ¬ P Plagging
theory Another strong slr Iig indi indiation ¬
of murder wan an that nothing of a a1tlue
alue Was was found iu hlhis his pockets pocketsMr pocketsMr a alIr
Mr Peck was a man of large means meansnd
nd would scarcely scarcelrbc be likely to be b down do
01 late latent at illg night t penniless pennlh ss The Theo1ly only c crtIcle
of Value found f nd on him was waS wa a as s ass = al ai
ing There was deep gash on his It1store It1storelead fore foreead ¬
lead and the bridge of his uqsowas nose was
d de
e never ne ormlR8 jrilug
Belling lIeUlngLowellt Lovrewt Inm S Sr
r and mill nillw work rk bills some flooring fIooriDgf 165 165 at
h and N N Y I ave h
u ur
Empress E mpress Dowager Issues Secret SecretOrdelS
Orders to Kill Foreigners ForeignersRencwnl
nenevral R enewal of Hostility Hostmt in JnCblnn China hina At Attxibnted t tilmtelto
txibnted ilmtelto to jHeKiiileyK UeKill1e 7H Policy of f fVitJulrnin
Withdrawing VitJulrnin American Troops rrooIHiFroill
Proiu ttte UtcElliplrc Empire PosthumouH PosthumouHIlbiiois OStJl1l1lOUH OStJl1l1lOUHIiohc
if Ilbiiois Iiohc uitra s Conferred Upon UIJonLIPlng UIJonLIPlngJIcng 11 Pingr Pingrliens
liens Who 110 Wa Wiui Tn Killed in Battle BattleWith DnttleWUhtJ1C Battleviti5
With WUhtJ1C viti5 the Allies Xl1i iiiesTuugfuhsinhig sTuJ1giuh Tunsrfuhsiansr TunsrfuhsiansrNamed HlnJ1g HlnJ1gXnmet
Named its ts General ot Oftllc the Armies Armiesof rme rmeof
of the West VeHt and nndNorJJClIspls nndNorJJClIsplsVIew Aorth NortliCrispis CrisplM CrisplMVievr
VIew Ylei of the Celestial Problem ProblemBERLIN ProlJJcm ProlJJcmBERIJINScPt
BERLIN BERIJINScPt Sept 27 27Hope Hope of ultimately ltlmatelyprevtuUngover
prevailing prevtuUngover pr evallln over the foreigners Dreigners in China hasapparentl has
apparently ap parently again taken possession ot the theChinese theChinese theinese
Chinese Ch inese Imperial authorities largely be because because ¬
cause ca use of the American policy policyo of mthdrawaI withdrawfor withdraw
al for advices from from Shanghai are not en encouraging encouraging enuraging ¬
couraging co uraging Temporarily the th Celestial die dietators dictators
tators ta tors were compelled to hide their bitter bitterhatred bitterhatred
hatred ha tred of foreigners foreignersbecause because of the ap apparent
parent pa rent unanimity of the powers In acting actingfor
for fo r rescue and reprisal but ut the vacillating vacillatingattitude vacillatingattitude
attitude at titude of Mr McKinleys Administration AdministratIons
has ha s apparently appar ntIybeen ntly been held up to the Em Empress EmPress Emess ¬
press pr ess Dowager and Tuan the Boxer leaderas leader
as Indicative in icative of the cowardice cwardlc cowardiceof of civilizednatlonsor civilized
nations natlonsor na tions or at least signifying the th inability inabilityof
of ofth the wronged nations to exact justice for
I the th e horrible outrages on foreigners foreignersThe
The withdrawal of America from the theChinese
Chinese C hinese problem however while it may mayhave
have ha ve the effect of encouraging the hostile
Celest5als Ce lestals to renew the attack on the sol 501diers
diers di ers of the powers and the prosecution of offurther offurther
further fu rther outrages on the helpless native nativeconverts nativeconverts nativenverts
converts co nverts it is believed here will not Influ Influence influI Influce ¬
I ence en ce any nation in Europe to abandon the thereasonable ther
r reasonable re redr policy to be pursued for the re redress redress rees ¬
dress dr es of the wrongs done to civilization c ilization ilizationIf
If what is regarded in Berlin as the thashabby th thshabby
shabby s policy of the American Adminis Administration
tration tr ation is not responsible for the there therenewal re renewal ¬
newal n eval of hope in the Dowager Empress Empressandh
and andh a nd her > conspirators it Is at least sig eignincant significant sigifzcant
nincant n ifzcant that the announcement of the thewithdro
withdro w ithdra tyal l policy is followed by the thedespatch
despatch d from the French Consul at atShanghai atShamhaD1ade
Shanghai ShamhaD1ade S made public in Paris today todayThe todayThe
The French official learns 1earnstrom from Chin Chlnis Chlnissources Chtarsl S2 S2sources
sources s that the Viceroys and Govern Governors Governors
ors o rs have received secret orders from the thecourt thecourt theourt
court c ourt permitting them to fight and de destroy
stroy st roy all 111 foreigners In the Empire EmpireHe EmpireHe EmpireHe
He also announces that Tungfuhsang Tungfuhsanghas Tungfuhs ang anghas
has h as been appointed general of the Chinese Chinese Chinesearmies Chinesermies
armies a of the west and north A de decree decree deree ¬
cree c ree has also been issued conferring conferringposthumous conferringposthumous
posthumous p honors on oJ Li Ping Heng the themtiforeign
antiforeign a commissioner who was kill killed
ed e d in battle with the allies This is a adelibernte
deliberate d slap at the powers and signifi significant
cant c ant of the sentiment that rules the theCelestial theCelestial
Celestial C court courtDr
Dr Mumm 3 umm Von YonSchwartzstcin Schwartzstein tha theGerman
German G erman Minister has hasitcd Bi spirted ted for Takii Takiiwhere ia1I
1 1where
where w here he will meet Field Marshal arsbal Count CountYon
Von V on Waldersee WaldcrseeThe
The Cologne Gazette publishes p blishes a atelegram alegram
telegram te legram from Berlin emphatically emphati emphaticallydeny tllydeny tllydenyJng deny
In g the statement that Count Von Wal Waldersee
dersee d ersee is about to issue an ultimatum toChina to tohina
China C hina The despatch says saysThis
This is only another attempt to make make1the makethe
the th e world believe that Germany is cast castIng casting castg
Ing In g covetous eyes on the Yangtse re region region reoa ¬
gion gi oa It is quite certain thai Germany Germanydoes
es not desireanything de5irean thlng whatever which whichmight
ight injure the interests int restsofany of any other otherpower
powerAccording ower owerAccording
According to a despatch from Rome Romethe Romee
e Agenzia Libera today gives the thedewsot theews
dewsot vi ews of exPremier Crisp on affairs in inChina Inhina
hina He is quoted as saying sayingIt saYingIt
It will be a long and disastrous war warurpe warurope
urpe is altogether wanting in unity of oflctfon
tion and will be defeated The great grEatnisfortune
isfortune for Europe is in not having a aitatesman
atesman capable capable of realizing the gravity grevitythe ity ityIf
If the situation situationA slt ation ationA
A Shanghai despatch of yesterdays data dat datlays
says ys Li LiHungChang Hung Chang escorted by200Rus by200Ruslians by 200 Rus
ans and 200 Japanese Japan sehas has left1icntsiD left Tientsin
orPekin orPekinOLIEGE r Pekin PekinOLLEGE
e1110erntic ClulJFormellu Club Formed in theCib theCibof the City
of New cw YorliNEW York TarlNEW
NEW YORK ORK Sept 27 2 7Ahundred 7A A hundred ex extudentsofvarious
tudentsofvarious udents of various institutions of learnng learn
ng g gathered at the Savoy last lasteveninglo lasteveningloorm evening to
orm rm the Democratic DemOcratlcC6llege1fensClubof DemOcratlcC6llege1fensClubofew College Mens Club of ofew
ew York Councilman CounCiImanStewartM Stewart M Brlce BrIce BrIcei1lledthemeeting
i1lledthemeeting liod the meeting to order and aildG George orge orgetordoilBattIeot
tordoilBattIeot ordea Battle of the University of Vir Virinia
inia ala was elected temporary chairman chairmanA chairmanA
A committee appointed to nominate offi offiers
ers is reported reportedS as follows For president H iic
e c Forest Baldwin vice vicepresid presidents n ts John Johne
e Witt Warner and George T L Gold Goldhwaite
waite secretaries secretariesjA A B BlerrandLJ BlerrandLJhompkins Kerr and L J
hompkins treasur treasurer r Lewis Nixon Unit UnItd
d States Naval Academy Mr lofiBaldwin lofiBaldwineclined Baldwin
clined to accept the presidency presidency saying sayingIE
IE e was wa too busy to to accept it Mr Battle Battlerassubstltuted
rassubstltuted as substituted for him himJohn himJohn
John W WOBrieno1Ieiedaresolution OBrien offered a resolution en en enorsing
orsing Bryan and Stanchfield T This is wasefcrredto was
efcrredto ferred to tt the executive committee Of Ofourse
ourse we are for the Democratic Democraticcandi Democraticcandiates candi
ates said sadMr Mr Brice BriceINSURANCE BriceI1iSURANCE1tiEN
ccIdng > ingr nil nn AdjnKtment AljuRh ellt of OitJle the Rate RnteControcrsr
V C Controversy Controcrsrnim > ntroyersyv ntroyersyvVn
Vn nim n important portan t insurance insurai conference onfeIc onferduce iewas iewasli was wasfl
li < fl this thisafernoor afternoon by Simon Wolf WeI repre lepre lepreentngaumbeIof repreating ¬
entngaumbeIof ating a iumber of thefre the fire insurancegencies insurance
encies in the cty city Agent Sullivan SUIha of otIe
Ie e Northwestern Norhwester Company Gmpan and Riley RIey Dee neeIe
Ie e of the Potomac Po t6 ac Company CompanyThe Compa y yThe T 0
The conference eonf rence was wasprelmin preliminary ry to the t t
justmet justment of the insurance insrance difficulties difficules difficulest
t T tleformaton tae formation of 0famiwBoard 0famiwBoardOne a new Board BoardOne
One of olthe the conferees stated stted after afer
h me meeting ting that he considered the
et etTrni ent excellent ecelent for an n Dearly ea early ysette ysetteet settle settleent
Trains Trni 8 for orCJle Chesapenlce Chesap npenkeneneh npenkenenehav nke Beach
av week weedaysO3 days 1030 ji a ra r and nd2 2 p m Sun SunirS
irS ys 10 n D ra li 1a ii a m mo 2 and Jp 4 p m J Ju JrperblfocJc u
rperblfocJc stock finest oei Willie ltc Pine in inIe
Ie e Y Ysve market market ave ie Call al on F FLbfeyCO6th Llbfiey i Co 6th and atlt I
j Oceaii Oceli Oe Oest ezui Liner llerFnl Fails Fail toj tOfAIIJenr to Appear at atSoutl utSo atSouthiLmptozu
Soutl So SouthiLmptozu U tbQJlJtOU umi > tou as Sciieduled SciieduledLONDON Se eaeduled eaeduledLONDON < < I uled uledLONDON
LONDON Sept Sept 27 21The 27Th The American Amercan Line Linesteamer Linesteamer Lineeamer
s steamer st eamer New York which left l ltNcw New York Yorkon Yorkon YorkSeptember
e on September ptembrl 1 and ws was due due u at at South Southampton Southampton Southptoa ¬
ampton ampton m ptoa at at5 5 oclock o clock this this hsmo morning ing had not notarrived notarrlv notrived
arrived arrlv ar rived dthere there at at 10 oclock o dc j 1
The Th ocean ocean liner lnerpa5B passed d the tle Lizard izard at S30 S30oclock 936oclock 3O 3OcloCk
ohe oclock o cloCk last night nlghtbut1as butlias npfBioce notsi e been beenheard beenhead beenard
heard head he ard from and as there Jheres is a atlerce fierce fercegalt gale galoblowing galeowing
t blowing bl owing some fears are are entertained nteftained rot ibrher I rotr t
t her he r safety A AIsthmian 4 4DMIRAL
A DMIRAL W WATR1 I flTON flTONthinlan ON ONIHtfiJnnCnr
L Isthmian IHtfiJnnCnr Is thinlan Canal I President rr Preithient ld t Confers ConfersWith ContersWih ConfersWith
With Wih the President PresidentCANTON P Pr Ile slde t tCANTOr tCANTON
CANTON CANTOr Ohio Sept 7 TRar TRear Rear Admiral AdmiralWalker AdmiralWalker Admiralalker
Walker W alker retired retred of the tJniledStates u UniedSttds fteStt s Navy NavyPresident NavyPresident Navyesident
President Pr esident of the Isthmian IsthmII IsthmianC Canal C naJ nal Commis Commission Commission Commison ¬
sion si on was with the lredcntsovcral President several hours hoursyesterday hoursyesterday hourssterday
yesterday ye yeof sterday on on oflScJal business the he nature natureof natureof naturewhich
P of ofto which was w s not notdiscloed disclosed disclosedAdmiral disclosedAdmiral
Admiral Walker Walker said he became came to Canton Cantonto Cantonto Cantonb
t to < be b talked to and not not to talk tlk H He would wouldnot wouldnot wouldt
not no t say anything an thing as a to tq the te nature nntureof of the theI theImat theatters
Imat I matters ffl atters ers discussed discussedTRAINING discussedTRAIG discussedTRAING
T The he lluyrlc Iawk Str Stranded Strandedon uled on the Shoals ShoalsNeai1 ShonbXcaLeblne ShoalsNear
Near XcaLeblne XcaLeblnelINTREAL Lncliinc LncliincMONTREAL
MONTREAL lINTREAL Quebec Sept 27 27The 27Thenited The TheUnited TheUn
United Un U nited ed States training ship Hawk which whichpassed whichpassed whichassed
passed p assed through Moptreal yesterday yesterdaymorning yestrday yestrdaymorning
n morning m mto orning on her way rup p the St Lawrence Lawrenceto 1wrence 1wrenceto LawrenceCleveland
t to Cleveland Ohio where she was to tobe tobe toe
be b e used us cd by the Ohio naval reserve tesereasa tesereasatraining as a atraining aaining
training tr aining ship is aground on the shoals shoalsnear shoalsnearLchine shoalsear
n near nearLchine nearLchineLst ear Lachlne LachlneLast
Last Lst night about 11 oclock ocock the Hawk Hawkcleared Hawkclcared Hawkeared
clse c cleared cl eared the t e Lachine Canal using her hersearchlights hersearchlghts herarchlights
si searchlights searchlghts se The Te channel chanel at this point pointtakes pointtakes pointkes
ts takes ta kes a turn in toward shore but the offi officers omcersof offirs ¬
c cers cersof ce rs of the ship using their thelrsearchlght thelrsearchlghtfound searchlight searchlightfound searchlightund
found fo und they were clear of o the t canal point pointand xolnt xolntand pointd
a and an d made straight ahead ahe d running on the theshoals theshoa1s theoals
s shoals sh shga oals The sSicors iecrsstntethey icors state they had en engaged enged n ngged
S gaged gged ga ged a pilot pIotbut but at t the eLchine Lachlne locks lockshe lockshe lockse
he li e left the boat for a few moments As Ashe Ashe Asdid
jj he heo did not return the ship proceeded with without wih wihout withut ¬
o out ut him She was still aground at noon noonbut noonbut noonut
but b ut it is hoped she will wi be e floated oated wIthoutgreat without withoutgreat withoutreat
great g reat damage damageSHUTDOWN damageSHTDOW damageSHUTDOWN
All 01 A ll the ColllcrieB ColU oIIieries rie Compelled Comvelcd to Cease CeaseOperations CeueOverutlo1
Operations OperationsSHENAJJDOAH Overutlo1
SHENAJJDOAH SHENAOAH Pa Pa Sept Pt 27 27The 27TheCambr The TheCambridge
r Cambridge Cambr C > > ambridge g colliery cOler had tovclose tocose toclose down to today ¬
d day day oy Everything Evertblng Is no nosbut v shut shutdown down in this thisneighborhood thiSneIghborhood
Q neighborhood neIghborhood j jGeneral 1
General Gobins soldiers soldiersnre soldlersare are still stl on onduty ondutY
d duty dutY uty but are kept close In tn camp Very Verylittle VeryHUla
little li ttis liberty lberty is s allowed alowed to them themThe fh
The coroners jury jur empaneled paeled to t en enquire enquire ¬
q quire quire uirw into the he deatji deatl of ofthevlchm the victim of olast olastFridays last lastFridays lastridays
p Fridays F ridays riot returned retured the following olowin ver verdict Terdict ¬
dict < di et
We find fnd that John Stlnlski Stniki came cme to his bisdeath hisdeat
death deat d eath by a bullet bulet wound w undin und In the te ncad cad fired firedby fred fredby
by b y a member of the sherifTs sher ahcrlff fR posse psse on East EastCentre EastCentre
Centre C entre Street Shenandoah ShenandoabSeptembr September 21 21The 21The
The evidence taken at attb the inquest inquost was waavery wasver wasery
v very ver ery contradictory contradictoryWAGEJ3 contradictoryW contradictoryWAGE
T The he ScaJe cnle t De SI SIediinNewYorlz h jne York
i TouloIn TouloInAKDERQN Tounorrssv
ANDERSON AKDERQN IND Sept ept 27 2The 27The The wage wagescale wagescale
scale sc ale between the thetln tln tnhouSeIcn housemen and the theAmerican
te teAmericn
A American Americn Tin Plate Company will wU be sign signed sig ¬
ei ed edof in New York tomorrow 10 orrvnrd and all the mills millsof mU mulethe
o of the country countJ employing 15000 15O O men will willbe wi
be Dl started strted some time tme next week The com company company ¬
pany p any signed siged the scale scae of the amalgamated amalgamatedassociation amalglated amalglatedassociaton
association associaton as sociation some months ago oo The tin tinhouse tinhouse
h house hfe ouse wage committee commitee have h ye had two con conferences conferences ¬
II ferences fe rences with wih the company The company companysubmitted companysubmited
SI submitted submited su bmitted a proposition yroPosion to to pay last years yearswages yearswages yearsages
wages w wsh ages It I was agreed that the te proposition propositionshould propositon propositonshould
s should sh ould be submitted submited to the theDe men in the to dif different different ¬
ferent fe rent lodges and that it a twothirds vote voteaffirmed voteaffirmed
a affirmed ab it I a scale on that basis bais should shouldbe houl houlbe
h be
e signed signedIt signedI
It I is announced that the twothirds vote yolohas voteas
has h as been giyt givpu > u it i and so the wage com committee commitee ¬
sl scale scle scleDETH sc rr mittee mitee mn mnsc ittee ale is i ealVid cat cahd d to New NewYork York to sign sIJ the thescale te tescle
Kihd iiluI l ly y tiie le Accidental Accidentalof Acel ltnlDIehnrle ltnlDIehnrleof DIscharge DIschargeof
of His lIJ Pistol PistolAdjutant tol tolAdjutnt
Adjutant Adjutnt General eneral Corbin Corbl today received receivedthefollovlng receledthe
tj thefollovlng the th foloJlng cable dispatch difptchannouncing difptchannouncingthe announcing
e death of Lieut James D Danner DannerTwentyeighth
Volunteer Yolunt r Inf Infantry InfEntryMania ntry ntryManila
Manila Mania September 27 27Adjutant 27Adjutnt
Adjutant Adjutnt General Washington WashingtonDied Wahington WahingtonDed
Died Ded 1030 September 27 2 accidental accidentaldischarge
accdenta1 accdenta1discharge
discharge Of hlg hipisto1 pistol Second Se Second Jnd Lieut LieutJames Lieut LicutJames
James D Danner TwentyEighth TcntyE ghth Uni United United ¬
ted States Volunteer Infantry InfantryMacARTHUR Jfantry JfantryMacARTHUR
Lieutenant Danner was as a a native of ofPennsylvania
and had prior pror service sCrie as s sprIvate
prIvate rivate in the Eighth Eighth Pennsylvania PennsylvanIa Vol Yolt ¬
nteer t er Infantry Infantr during the th Spanish SpanishAmer SpanishAmeran Amer ¬
an war warA warA
A Washington VnshlntonEcl Excursion ExcursionLast rsion rsionLas
Last Las evening six car loads J ads of Washing Washinglonians
nians left Washington Washi gtn on n the the Arlington Arlngton Arlngtonmd
nd Mount Iount Vern Vernon Railroad Rtirad for r Alexandria I
1 420 and returned retured at at7p 7 p m 1 They Theyereentertlned
ereentertlned ere entertained royally royaly by the Ladies Ldie Ladieselief
Rel elief t Corps of the he Confederate Cnteerte ArmyimowD Army
imowD nown as s the Robert R rt E Lee I e Post of Al 01 01andriaT ¬
andriaT andria There re were weroover over 2M 200 people peple in ine
e excursion excurHIonnnd and they they were v ware re the te stock stoclelolders ¬
olders of o the
rapidly growing gowing Kretol Kretolhemlcl
hemlcl Company They Teyown own a a plant inoleandriapoItionot In
oleandriapoItionot lexandria portions of which wichare are leased
0 other oter interests Intersts controlled controIeU by this com comny cornany ¬
any anyThu ny 3 37h
The ladies did themselves great credit
7h theselves geat
creit creitn
n giving the the Washingtbnians Was lnghlians refreshnents refresh ¬
eats The he skill ski shown showniy By y the te Alexan AlexanIria ¬
na ladies in in waiting waitng on so sf S large Jargeacrod JargeacrodJt a crowd
Jt f people opl in so short a a tiiri tm tlmd < was remarka reIarka reIarkaJl6 remarkae ¬
Jl6 e in the th extreme extremeThe extremcTheArHngtonnndfo
The TheArHngtonnndfo Arlington and nn Mount nt Vernon VeronPi Rail flat ¬
oad Company ompanyd did d their part p h to make l keie keiexcursion Vile
a success by Tuiing ruining ling their ears
rars rarsnon
non on a side trclnd track and allowing alowlg ihemto ihemtomain them to tomain
main in n frcnt rcnt of th the companys coIIimys > plant un Tn ¬ t
if l time to return returnA
A number numbrot of lage large Kretoj Kreti Krethl institutes istutes are areie
ie eing ng established stablisIedin in C the JnIe large cities cites of ot I
he e United Unied States and a a arrangements have haveeen 1 1leen
leen made for a large electric cl eletrlc trcdispl display Y at attanto attlantic
tanto tlantic City iy during turln duriu next etesoualso season also Cape Cap i
fay ay Narragansett Narragn tt Pier and andotheXse andotheXseide other sea ¬
ide de resorts One of 0 the electric eletrJc signs to
Ie e used i now seen sc p on Oi the hiside hillside at
haln Bridge 1ri geen en route to to Glen Echo EchoAmong EchoAmongth EchoAmong
Among Amongth the stockholders sto kholders of the l Kretol etol
heical Company C 1pany are r Standard S an ardOI Oil peo peee ¬
Ie e owners of the Kimoerley Krberley diamond mines
1 South Africa bankers mInister ministers teacJ teach teaclura
Irs doctors do tors Govellent Gpveriinient officials ofcials and andovernment
ivernme overnment clerksThe clerks clerksThe clerksThe
The present prseItcomP company has hasbe haebeea been ninopera in opera
ion oa about eight moiathsand montnd is aloing olngbust olngbustlessin busi ¬
lessin ess in all al of the Statest SttesIts State Its isipckholders stckholders
ra scattered s tered tn twentyseven States 75
Wleaet 00 leaflets are arebeing being beIn distributed disfibuledan daily dsi1
hroughou t Lthe the thaUnied United States Sttes A second secondIlant
Ilant will wi be bcbui built in inl Alexandria xanria during duiin
he e next sixty sixy days fora orefwholesale wholesale fle e eatentand
atentand artmeat and generating geneiatngplant plant for f r the the thelanufact
lanufact re of the erode crde materl material L from frm fromnglish
nglishcal nglish coal tar tar35O tr
35O Special Satufclay Trip Trip Triph 3BO O OOa I i
h Old Oa Point Norfolk Virginia Beach Bech and
cean ear View via Norfolk Norolkmd Norfolkand and YiIn W Wsaiihjfton Nlinton steamer r m ad f S
630 pm p m Bound n und trip tickets ttf tFut Fort I IOnroe
tcets For
Onroe and Norfolkgood to tOJtumfpciynigf return fip Monday nigft CI CIpiO
piO For stateroom staerom phone ph ne 750 5 gchedule hulepge7 hulepge7lcelwrightHb1 page 7 I
lcelwrightHb1 hny li y > pnr our nr Best llci Ct CZbnk Cii > pdfc Oak I I Iaoed
aoed asoned and dor dry low lowest tprceF prices F Lbbey Libbey ir Ce c I b
Grievances G of the Men Ien to Be eSet eSettctl Set Settled Settied
tied tctl by Arbitration ArbitrationXVorUiuen Albirat Arbitrationorkmen l lork1cn
W XVorUiuen ork1cn orkmen I Leave eave the Matter lI ter in theInuds thu
Hands Inuds of Their Committee Comn Comrnittcetrch ltecAreh ltecArehishol Areh Arehnit
1lsliop ishol Ru Likely Jolle to lie Selecte
nit One Oucof of the thCJJg Jndsrea JudgesBelief Belief Delef Thniher Thu Thu6ilier
0ther her Operators Will il Follow FoloW theEXUmlJlc thu
Example of the tle Hnzleton Hadeon CODpnn CODpnnPreHident Cornpan CornpanPresident
Preiiiderit Jflchols lOchols Goes to Wilkesbarre TnIeH TnIeHbarr
l barr barre > arrc for thc Puri PUrJeo Purpose > o e of Stol StoppiniShipments
Shipments of oCConl Coal Into That Re Region Rcgion
gion From the tleLelagh I Lehigh ehish Collieries CollieriesWILKESBARRE ColierIes ColierIesWILKSBARRE CollieriesWILKESBARRE I
WILKESBARRE WILKSBARRE Pa Pa Sept 27 1Thc The em employes emplocs emoyes
ployes pl oyes of the Markles rkle at Hazleton Haleton returne
to work this morning and their
gievan gievanwi
will wi w ill now be settled setled by arbitration arbir tion hot
operators op erators and men being willing wIing The oter offe
of Mr 11 Markle Marklelssued issued yesterday yeterday was notsatstacory no notisfactory
satisfactory satstacory sa to the men and as he was un unwilling unilling
willing wiing w illing to settle seUe the powder question ii
any an y other way wa than by arbitration arbitraton am
w would ould not increase their wages the mci mciecided
decided d ecided to let the whole dispute be ar arranged arranged arnged
ranged ra nged by arbitration arbitrationThe arhiraton arhiratonTh arbitrationThe
The Th plan of arbitration arbitraton has not yet beendefnitely beei
definitely defnitely de finitely settled setted The men men have left ef thematter th
matter m atter in the hands of their committee committeeThe commitee commiteeThe i ihe
The T he plan will wi probably be to select Arch Archbishop ArchbIshop Archshop ¬
bishop bi shop Ryan of o Philadelphia Phiadelphia who is satis satisfatcory satisatcory satistcory
fatcory fa atcory to both parties as a the third per perso on onand
and a nd have each side choose coose one man manIt manI mnnIt
It I is believed beleved other individual indhidUa operators operatorswill operatorswi S Sill s
will wi w ill follow folow Markles lead leadPresident lead
President resident Nicholsot Nichols ot the First Firt districtf districf t
of o f the t enitedlne United Mine Workers Worker came e ne here heretoday her hertoday e B
today to day on an Important matter mater It I is hisfrst hi hirst
flrst frst fi rst visit visltofllcialy officially here here in some days the thedistrict thedistict th B Cstrict
district distict di strict being so s so well wel organized orgnized and thor thoroughly thoroughly thorughly
oughly o tied up that i it does do s not require requirehis requirehlatenton e eis s
his hlatenton hlatentonHIs h is attention attentionHis
His presence here this morning moring is due dueto dueto du e s
to the continued contnued shipments of coal here herefrom herefrom her herom C
from fr om the Lehlgh Lhigh region rcgon This fuel is com coming coming corng ¬
ing lu g now In such suc quantities quantties that one firm firmhas firmhas firs 11 11as i
has h as advertised adertsed coal for sale ale and Is takingorders taking takingorders takin a aI J
orders o in advance for several soerl hundred hundredtons hundredtons I 1
tons to ns at an Increase In price of of12 125 a ton tonPresident tonPresident I
President P Nichols is in conference c this thismornlnp thismorln thi 5 s
morln m mornlnp orning with the general council counci of the thelocal the10cal th e 2
local lo cal unions here and is discussing means meansfor meansfor mean S 5
for fo r preventing preventng the te bringing of the coal to tothis tothis t this 0 3
this t his place This apparently apprenty can be done doneonly doneonly don e 2
only o nly by getting the railroad rairoad trainmen to torefuse torefuse t 0 J
refuse r to haul hau it It Is probable that thatth the thecouncil a
council counci c will wi appoint a committee to see seethe s sthe se e
the th e railroad rairoad men and ask the Brotherhood Brotherhoodto Brotherhoodto Brotherhooprotest a 1
to protest against the shipments shipmentsThe shipmentsThe shipmentsThe
The Delaware and Hudson Coal Com Company Company Cornany ¬
pany p any has a large number of men at work workat workat won wont c
at a t the No 3 culm banks at Plymouth Plymouthloading Plyouth PlyouthloadIng Plymouthoading
loading l the culm into freight cars This Thisis Thi TM TMcoarsely
is coarsely coarely screened screeD d and apd js being sent sentto sentto sea I Io
to t o factories facores in Danville Dan11e and Northum Northumberland NorthumberlandThese Northernerland ¬
berland berlandThese b These factories are so close to tothe t tthe te
the th e coal regions that they have been beenkeeping be2nkeePlngO beem beemeeping
keeping keePlngO k oAy oy ya a short supply in stock stockrelying stockrelying stockelying
relying r upon upon thfir teir nearness to the bass bassof hJsaof baa
of o f supply to ken them going When the thestrike thestike th thtrike e
strike stike s came cnmean and < the supply supplywsshuLot was shut off offthey ofhey
they t hey found tOUd themselves theselves in straitand straitandare straits and andare an anre
are a re no now > v obliged oblge to do what they can canwith en a aS
with w ith the culm The company has orders ordersfor crdersfor order orderor S
for f or a large supply of i it itThe itThe
The strikers today todamadeno made no further ef effort effort efort
fort f ort to shut down the tJe North orthAmeriCn American Americand
nd No NO7 7 Stanton washeries which whichra are ar arurning
put outasm a small l supply of coal each ech cxc
ay This coal is being used ucdchiefy chiefly by b 5 i
he mines mies to keep up steam for the tb tbumps e
umps umpsThe e eThe
The acceptance of the arbitration arbitraton prop propsi ¬
si on made to the men by the firm frm ot o oB I
B Barkle Markle by the employes employes yestercay yesteray IT ITr
nd their determina determination lon to return retur to work workIs r
is claimed is a victory Tictor for the operators operatoruresident
resident Mitchell and his staff staf of organ organers
ers are nresaid said to have urged urge the men to t 0 0main
main lnout but and not submit bmlt to toarbitt arbitration arbitrationHowever arbitratiorHowever
However Howev r all al eforts efforts to induce nducethe the Mat Ma
lcmento e men men to join the strikers have hav proven provenncfectua proven a
ncfectua The collieries coleries collieries were closed cosed close closeown it
own yesterday y to afford aford the men m n ail an op oPrtunUy oportuaity ¬
rtunUy to diSCU discuss ss the thefrmsproPosion firms proposition pnopositinehe
he labor leaders leader predlctedthat pr dictedtat the mice a
aving Ing once onc closed ljseddow down would youldreman remain remal remalo a aa
0 during the te strike stIke and agents were wresent sent sen senut I
ut this morning to keep the th men Out Inhs In I E Ehis
hs his However owever they the were ereunsuccetul unsuccessful for fo F Fl
l the Markle lIarkle c collieries lUerIes have resumed reumedUh resume ii iiith
Uh a sufficient quota to operate them ef efe efctively ¬
e ctively ctivelyThere tel telThere
There were werenodlst no disturbances bancesofy of any kind l kin n nn ft ftthe
n the theHazieton Hazleton region regiOll this morning and an d dll
ll collieries col rIes working workingyesterdaycon yesterday continued ute d dperating
today todayJOZNTKG todayJOIG todayJOINING
ne Hniiarcd > Men en Srk Strike a at the Uust UustColliery Bus t tColliery 1
Colliery COller Ashland AslilandASHLAND A111nnd A111nndASHLAND AshlandASHLAND <
ASHLAND Pa Sept 27 27About About 100 10 0 0en
Seit27 I
en of the second lift on the theeastcol theeastcoli east col colerywent ¬
i erywent ry went on onstrke strike stnlkethis 11t this this moring morning The The0custGap The Th 0 0ocust
0custGap ocust Gap colliery colerr is also idle idleThe idleThe i
The Potts Pots colliery collerys coilieryjs js working wekIng short shortanded
Not Nota a wheel is turning turningat turningatrestonNo3 at a t treston
restonNo3 reston No 3 Hammond mmond or Girard Girardmolh Girr ft
molh The Tbe tieupwill tie tieup p wil will soon soon be ecom com oni onilete
lete heretOcllnlUmore here hereto
14 to tOcllnlUmore Baltimore and Jletnrn Retzsrti yia iu a
11 0 Saturday Sntlrduy and ujJl Sunday
29 2 and nd 30 30100 good for l rrttur return ntry tjntii J until ifol ifolwinlonday Jol to towing
winlonday wing Monday Tieicts Tcet good on all 1 trim et c 5
ptltojrai tloy Koyal Limited Lited Limitedlnest
Soft snY Yellow POrlnrcnU Poplar call uul uuli and an 1 1e
e T Ye it i 3 314e ave cr to to5 Sc at = t F I Libtey Libbey Co C 6th and and as a
The Coal Miners Uners Said to toUnycVeJ tojlnvc Have Won WonTheir
PHILADELPHIA PHIADELHL Sept Sept 27 2LA A railroad railroadofficial flro railroadofficial d dofcial
official ofcial in this city ciy whose word wor can be betaken betken
taken tken as authoritative authorittive but who would wouldnot ould ouldnot
not not cOIsent tohachls to have his name used in inconnection inconnechon
connection with the statement said today todaythat tod y ythat
that the the miIers miners strike had been becnIrcti becnIrcticaly practi practically ¬
cally caly settled setted The terms ters he added would wouldbe would wouldbe
be made known know in In all al likelihood lkelhood within withinthe Jthinthe
the next twenty twentyfour four hours hoursThe hour
The miners mtnersmaib may be said aId to have baewon baewontheir won wontheir
their demands demandshecontnuedwih he continued with the theexception theexcepton
exception excepton of jbat hat which refers refer to the therecognition therecogiton
recognition recogiton of their union union This This 11s point pointthe pointtheoperatorswll
the theoperatorswll operators will not concede but bulthe bulthestrIke the thostrike
strike leders leaders will wH agree to a acompro acompromise compro compromise ¬
mise along the lines lnes T I have indicated indicatedDHJVE3T indicated indicatedDRE
Archbishop Ryan Rn i Abandons llJnnt10nshc llJnnt10nshcStrike the theStrike
Strike Arbitration Arblruton Scheme SchemePHILADELPHIA SehcmePHlLDELPHU
PHILADELPHIA PHlLDELPHU Sept 27 27A A priest at atthe
the residence of Archbishop Ryan this thismorning
morning volunteered to a reporter the thestatement thestatement
statement that the Archbishop AehbIshophad had step stepped stepped ¬
ped out of the arbitration arbitation scheme be because becuse ¬
cause cuse of the advent of Mark lIark Hanna in thefeld the thefield
field fieldPKOTESTS feld feldPROTST
Soft Coal Men Icu IeuUred Urssred to Stop Tutu itl itlmInoU
iambus mInoU Shipjneiits ShipjneiitsALTOONA Sbilnn l tN tNALTOONAPaSept
ALTOONA ALTOONAPaSept Pa Sept 27 27Thc The leaders leadersof eader
of No o 2 region regon of the biuminous bituminous field feld aro arodeluged ar ardeluged aradeluged
deluged with wit telegrams from the tN anthra anthracite anthr anthrecite
cite cte men charging chargng that coal Cal is being beinc ship shipped
ped out of this region egion by the th trainload trinoaiand trinoaiandurging and andurging
urging that th3tefforts efforts be redoubled to check cbeckhis
this his menace meIce to the strike The matter mater has hasbeen hasben baabeen
been ben brought to t the attention atenton ot ot President rsident rsidentWlsoh
Wilson Wlsoh who takes the ground gound that if ith ithanthracite the theanthracite
anthracite men wish to topre prevent 1 the en e encroaehmeat
croachment croahment of soft oftcoa coal they must le lend d dteir
their teir assistance assitanc to the thewark work ot of f stopping stoppinsit stoppingi
it i itThe
The Te position poston of the te local leaders Is that thatthe thatthe
the task rsk ot tracing trcing the origin of shipments shipmets shipmetsdeohes
devolves rather upon the men at t the te other otherend otberend
end of the line ln that it is easier to deter determine determine
mine mine where whele a acr car of < soft coal COol has comu comufrom
from than it Is to guess guess where it i Is s goina goic goicwhen
when it leaves the tipple lpple consigned consigr to a apcint apoint
point near at at hand had where wher It I migHt mig might t be b re reconsigned reconsigned
consigned consignedThe consignedThe
The bituminous bituminousleaders leaders do not deny den that thatcoal
coal from om this thi district is going into the theI thehard
hard coal markets every day daytrmn train loads loadsof
I of ofit ofitThe U iL iLJ
J The local operators say that no coal is isging isgoing
J going ging out contrary contraI to the th arrangements arrangement
with wih their teIr men They say the mischief is isbeing isbeing
being done if i at all al by a number of the thesmaler
smaller smaler producers who employ nonunion nonunionmen nonunionmen
men and andbose whose course cannot cnot be bereglat regulated regulatedby d dby
by the larger operators because they are arenot
not affiliated aflited aflitedMORE
Two TwoHunflreIIeu Hundred Men Sign an U Agree Agreement grec grecI ¬
muscat luent to t Quit QuitMINERSVILLE Qui
I MINERSVILLE nNE VILL Pa Sept 27 27ver Over 200 200of 200of
of the younger ounger element ot the Reading ReadingCompanys ReadingCompanys
Companys Companys miners have signed siged to strike strikeThe strikeThe
The tieup in this district distrct wi will be becomplete becompletehy complete completeby
by the end of the week although the thecol thecolUeries eel collieries ¬
lieries are still sti workingThis working workingThis
This Is a centre cntre of seven coal mines minesald and
65 per cent of the coal C1 cut by the lheReading Reading ReadingSouth Readingsouth I ISouth
South of Broad Mountain lfountai Is Is taken out outhere outhere
here The suspension of operations operntonsat at Ma Mahanoy 11 Mahanoy
hanoy Plane has thrown throw 1000 railroad rairod menout men menout menout
out of work workbe because atse there is no coal tohal to tohaul
haul Coal Coa shipments shipm nts tro from this tlisdistrict tlisdistrictw district districtwifv
w wifv L soon on be reduced to a few hundred hundredcars cars carsSTRIKERS
aday day
The TheR Readiner ading Company Continue COlltnnes to toOperate I IOIJernte
Operate Three T reeCollereH reeCollereHTWER Collieries CollieriesTOWER CollieriesTOWER
TOWER TWER CITY CTY Pat Pa Sept 27 27rbirty rhirty rhirtyfive bity bityfive
five miners ninersstopped stopped work worlhere worlihere here tc tchy tchyand tcdxy tcdxyand < 3y 3yand
and their their places were promptly prom ptlY filled fl d by bymen
men from Lkens and andShamok Shampkin ShampkinThe ShamokinThe f
The TleReadingcnpany Reading Cc tnpany has haslE50 1650 1 50 miners minersand minersand
and boyslr boys in this District Istrlct and all al are at atwork
work ork today at at three Collieries coleriesthe coleriestheBrookside collieriesthe the theBrookside
Brookside Good Springs and a i Lincoln LincolnAll LincolnAl
All Al Is quiet quIet It is said that the clergy clergywill clergywispeak clergywill
will wispeak speak on on Friday night nightginst nightginstsllikes against againststrikes
strikes sllikes Lykens is isstm still idle but Wil Williamstown Wi
liamstown continues contnues fullhanded fullhandedIS fulha ded dedCIG
Workmen IlCBeiit ItcIeut the Employment ElnlIo nlent of ofo ofn
o n AonUiiion XouUlion NonUui ion Trimmer TrimmerTAMPA Till1er Till1erTAlPA
TAMPA TAlPA Fla Sept 275 27Al 27All All of the thech thechgrmakers cl clgarmakers >
garmakers grmakers and employes of t Arguelles Argueles Lo Lopez L ¬
pez 0 Co are onstrik on strike because a anov anovtrimmer new newtrimmer
trimmer brtght brought from tromNew New Yorr York proved provedto prDyedto
to to be bea a nonunion man manThe manThe
The men are areaiso also on onstriket strike strike at Sanchez SanchezHaya SanchezHaa
Haya Over OverSQ SOO men men are out Fears ars are areentertained a aenter
entertained enter ained of an extensive ct nsivestrike nsivestrikeIn strike strikeIn
In the tie SchnyllcIH SclmjI 11 He Region RegJonPOTTSYILEPa ion ionPOTTSVTLLE
POTTSVTLLE POTTSYILEPa Pa Sept 27 27Mother 27MotherJone 27Moth Mother MotherJones r
Jones and LaSor Lab Leaders Laders FiiyeyI Dough Dougherty ¬ r rer
erty er y and andpulaSki Pulaski returned ret 1ned to Tottsville Tottsvillethis otsvi i I Ithis
this mornng morning from Mihersville Minersvit This TiseyenE TiseyenEing even evening ¬
ing they will wi address a a a meeting meetng at St StGlair J JClair
Clair Organizers OrgnizcrsUards Harris and Purcell are arealso arealso i
also iere ere arranging arragg meetings meetngs with wih a a view viewto s sto
to getting out every ever remaining remaining miner in inSchuylkill it L LSchtiylklli s sSchuylki
Schuylkill Schuylki region region1GO reion reionlO
m16O 1GO nnlJnh Rnpjiahnnnoclt nockVle Valley i1lC ICO ICOFair lGOFnir
Fair Fnir Fred FrederIcksburg r cl ihng Va VaFor VaFor y yFor
For the Bappaharinock bppahatnock Valley ale Fair J airto to be be held heldat heldatFecku luckat
at atFecku Fredericksbunr Va the hePenyl Pennsjlvania > n Rail Railroad Ral ¬
road rad wHifseli wi wili seii l tickets tickes SeptemllC September 24 to 27 inclu inclusive indusive ¬
sive vaiid alid for r return rtr passage pasge until nt September Steber
28 2 incluve inclusive at rate rte of of 5LCO 5LCOJfp 10 10Xo iOO > I INo
Jfp one linyH bucl buy Lumber L1lbernnd and 3IIH lUllwork lUllworkwHbouf Mihlworl > rorI rorIwilnput <
without wHbouf firtC ret retobWninl obtaining bids Lid of ot F Libbcjr Lbcy
Co 6th and X Y y ave
Democratic Leader Begins His Fi Filial Final Final ¬
nal Campaign CamlH ignTour ignTourTrIpTnt Tour Tourof
A TrIpTnt Trip That Will VIl it1utn LastTJntil tile Dn Dnof Day Dayof
of the Presidential Prcsldeutnl Election Electo1 EleetiouAj EleetiouAjGreat A AGreat ±
Great Throng Throng Dldl BUI Bidg Him Ihu Farewell Farevrellas Frew Frewus
as He Departs DCllrtl for 1or the EaHt EnKtTie EnKtTieCIUtnte EastThe EastTheCandidate TJie TJieCandidate
Candidate CIUtnte in Splendid Health Iealh and andRcady Id IdR antiflCady
Rcady R nd for
a Vigorous izorous Canvass CanvasuEnthusinKtlcally CnuTa CanvassEnthusiastlcaliy s sEntlusinHUculI
EnthusinKtlcally EntlusinHUculI > Greeted nt Popll PopllIon JOIJl PopILIon
Ion Where Vlere the First Stop Was Was3Iade Was31au1eTo Vn Vn3IudcTo
3Iade 3IudcTo 31au1eTo To Address Adlle Address a Mass Meet MeetLINCOLN HeetJug Meeting
Jug In Dakota Ciy City This Etuing EtuingLNCOLN Evening EveningLINCOLN
LINCOLN LNCOLN Neb Sept 27 27Mr Mr Bryan Bryanleft Bryanleft
left eft his home in this th scity city at 733 73 oclock oclockthis ocock ocockths oclocktills
this ths morning for fora a campaign Journey Journeythat journey journeythat
that will occupy all his time from
wi al tme now nowuntil nowunti nowntil
until unti u ntil the day of the Presidential Presidential elec election electon dcc dccOEL ¬
tion tionHis ton ti OEL OELHis
His Itinerary Itnerar includes New York andthe hade and andthe
the th e East and he wi will deliver deler manyr manyrspeeches manyf manyfspeecb many manyeeches
speeches speechesMr speecb sp eeches eechesMr s sMr
Mr Bryans departure was attended attendedwith atended atendedwith attendedith
with w ith scenes sceneqtgreat of great enthusiasm enthniasm The Thepeople Thepeoplc Theeople
people p eople of Lincoln Lncoln are ar confident confdent that be bewill hewlwin hoill
will u wlwin ill win thousands of votes and that tht his hiselection hiselecton hisection
election electon el ection to o the Presidency as the cham cbampjori champion chamon
pjori pi on of the Declaration Declarton of Independence Independencethe IndepeIdence IndepeIdencethe
the th e Constitution onttution and wellbeing of the theRepublic theRepublc theepublic
Republic Republc R epublic Is i assured asuredl1 Mr Bryan Bran this thismorning thismornl thisorning
morning mornl m orning g looked as powerful as asa a Her Hercules Hercules Herules ¬
cules c ules and nd said that he was In splen splendid aplenid plen plendId ¬
did d id health healh and the best of spirits spiris His Hisbrief HisbrIef Hisrief
brief b rief rest has ha restored his vitality vitlt to the thefull thell
ful full fu ll and there was an expression e > presion of con confident confdent eondent ¬
fident fdent fi dent determination upon his face facewhich facewhich facehich
which w hich argued a vigorous campaign in ther therEast the theEast theast
East EastTfiere East E ast astThere
There T1ere was wa a a great geat assemblage asemblage of offrienc friend friendand fniendnd
and a nd Democratic Democrtc leaders at the station stton and andthey andthey andey
they th ey greeted geted tbe the Nebrska Nebraska champion wih wihunbounde with withunbounded withnbounded
unbounded u enthusiasm
unbounde Many Ian arose ear earlier carIer ocrcr ¬
lier 11 cr than usual to bid
Ier 11d the th Democrat ic can cn cndidate canldate ¬
didate d ldate farewell farewel and the te train trin left let amid amidcheers aid aidcheers maideers
cheers ch eers Mr
Bryan stood on the
lIr Bran rear rer plat plattOrm pIntrm ¬
form fo rm with wih his head bared barr and waved wave his hi hisat
hat h at In response to the cheers of the
chers te as assemblage a asmblage ¬
semblage semblageThe semblageThe se mblage mblageThe
The first frt important iportnt stop made by Mr Mrryan Ir IrBran
Bryan Bran B ryan after leaving Lincoln was wa at Papil Papillon Papi Papin
lon Io n Neb where he delivered de1vered a brie briespeech brief hrIefpeeh briefeech
speech sp spth peeh eech and where he was received recied with withthe withe ih ihthe
the th e greatest geat stenthusiasm enthusiasm This afternoon atcroon afternoone
he h e will wi deliver delver another speech at Blair BlairNeb BlaIrXeb Biairob
Neb N ob and at Dakota City Neb
Dakot Cty tonight tonighthe tonlgnthe tonigatwill
he wi will address a great geat mass meeting meetingBesides meetng meetngBesides meetingBesides
Besides these h 5e scheduled stops the train trainTrill trin trinwi trainill
Trill wi w ill pause at a large number of smaller smallertowns smaI mantlewns
towns towns to wns and junctions junctons and Mr r Bryan Bra wIllobably will willprobably m mprobably
probably pr obably give a dozen brief rearplatform rearplatformtalks rearplaUormtalks rearplatformlks
talks ta lks before night nightAttorney night nightAttorney
Attorney Atorne General Smith of Jsebraski JsebraskiWill Nebras Nebrasi Nebraskiill
Will w i ill accompany accompanytrBryau ccomp 6 Mr 1An Bryan for for a lew rewPORWARTBD flays flaysJVehratskan a r rFORWABDT
Seir JVehratskan N ebrasirart Nkan Notified Xotfed of His IU Aoiiiii Aoiiiiition SO Nthnjuja Nthnjujaiioud lili lilithJiby
tion thJiby by the tl Silver Republicans ReiiublicanxCHICAGO RC1uiIcunK RC1uiIcunKCHICAGO RepublicansCHICAGO
CHICAGO Sept 27 27Mr Mr Ir Hopkins Chair Chairman Ch Chiiran Ir Irman ¬
man m an of the Silver Slver Republican Relublc committee committeeio cmmItee cmmIteeionotfy committeenotify
io ionotfy notify Mr r Bryan of his nomination omiation for forPresident forPresIdent forresident
President P resident by bY that party has submitted his hisletter hs hsleter histter
letter leter le tter of notification notfcation to Chairman ChairmauJones Jones JonesatB at atDemocratic atemocratic
Democratic Democrtc D emocratic headquarters and it 1has has been beenforwarded beenforwarded beenrwaided
forwarded fo rwaided to Mr Ir Bryan BryanIt BryanI BryanIt
It I will wi not be made public publc until untl Mr MrBryan YrBryan Mrryan
Bryan B ryan is ready to submit his reply replySENATOR replySEATOR replyENATOR
roceedings Under Unccr the tie Texas Tcxl Anti AatiTrust Ant AntiTrust
CHICAGO Sept Spt 27 27Senator Senator Jones JonesChairman JonegChairman Joneshairman
Chairman C of the Democratic Democrtc DemocratlcNatjoasl National Nato l Com Committee Committee Cornittee ¬
mittee m ittee is defendant def ndant I nproceedings nproeedings brought broughtunder broughtunder broughtnder
under u nder the AntiTrust AntTut law of Texas Texas John Joha JohnSearles
2 2 Searles known in
Wall Street
Wal as one oaeof oeot onethe
of the biggest trust magnates is code codefendant codefendat cadcadant ¬
fendant fendat fe adant The Texans Te ans have hve placed these thesetwo theEotwo thesewo
tea two t wo under fire fe because beause they are the heavi heaviest heavIest beant ¬
est ea t stockholders in the concern knownxas knownxasthe knoW knovlnase as asthe
the th thS e American Cotton Company John E ESearles ESearlfs Bearles
Searles Searlfs S earles is president of the organization organizton
he Chairman of the Democratic Democrate National Natonal Nationalommittee
ommittee says sys the company Is but a large lnr largeusiness
concern concernIt conern conernI concernIt
It I is charged hagedthat that the th JonesSearles JonesSearle com cornnation ¬
bination bi nation constitutes constitute a conspiracy against againstwful
wful trade and free competition compet on and nrd that
the t he company is is a monopoly as it is for fortfied forded ¬
tfied ti ded by patents patent which hic exclude possibility
f competition compeUton competitionHARGE possibity
nuisas Populist POlJlJlts Declare They Thc Dis Distribute DistrIbute Dietribute ¬
tribute Republican RCJllIcl Literature LiteratureTOPEKA Lieruture LierutureTOPEKA LiteratureTOPEKA
TOPEKA Knits Kns Sept Sept 21 7The The Populist PopuI5t Populisttate
tate Committee Cmmiteg charges that Republican RepubUcaI Repubhlcaxtostmasters
in Kansas are making makn the theffices >
ffices distributing distributng stations statons for Republican Republc Republicanterature n
terature teratureAffidavits
Affidavits Afdavishae have been made charging chrging thati that thatountry
postmasters posimuters put literature ltertre in tn tue tueoxes
oxes and hand it out to toal all patrons witn win vlta vltaut
ut postage The department has hs been bcenap ap apealcd ¬
ealcd to for inspectors inspectorsBBYAITS inspectrs inspectrsBRYAS inspectorsRYANS
udge Springer Lookl Looks for Demo Democratic Dcm Dcmernt DemocruISe ¬
cruISe ernt Success in iii L IUnois IUnoisJudge Illinois IllinoisJudge IllinoisJudge
Judge William Wilam M Springer Springerot of Illinois Illinoisr nnois nnoiso
o r many Tears yean a Representative in Con Cones Conreas
reas es was a ii caller caler at at DemocrlichNid Democratic head liraduarters ¬
uarters this morning morningIn mornIngII
In II speaking spfaking of the campaign Judge Judgepringer Judgepringer
said the outlook outook for Democratic Demoeraticccess Democraticuccess
ccess was assuring I have received receh receivedeveral d
everal letters leters front fron friends friend In Indiana Indianaho e eho
ho wrote wrote me that Bryan Br an will wi carry the thetat thetate
tat tate by a a safe saf plurality pluraHyand and vith iith ihmy my myersonal
ersonal knowledge of the situation situaton I am amntisfed amaatisfied
ntisfed the Hopsier State is lost to the theepublicans
epublicans The truth tuth is the Republi Repubitans pubU pubUans ¬
ans realize xalze that the Stateisdoubttul Stateisdoubttulhey State is doubtful doubtfulhey
hey are arcnol not claiming it with wih tat tlat cer eerinty cerainty ¬
inty that marked arked their their utterances uternces a aonth
onth ago Then the statement was made u uy
y the Republican managers that McKin YcKiney McKiny ¬
ey y would w uldcarry carry Indiana Indiana by 25000 major majorty majory majorIn
ty y
In Indiana continued Judge JUdgaSprlnger JUdgaSprlngeram Springer SpringerI
I l am told the Republicans Republctnsare are making aling a 3 aesperate
fight The ThediscontentamQng discontent among
heworkingen he workingmen and the coal c al rtrike In inennsylaniaar litennsylvania
Pennsylvania are alarming the Republican Republcan Republicananagers
anagers who understand that a a break
the labor bor vote means a less lceso of the thetate
tate Jr 5Ir Bryan Br anis is much stronger InIl In I =
nois today than he was four fourycars years ago1 alo ago agond
nd as s conditions co ditionsha have entirely entirelychtnged entirelychtngedince chnnged chengedince
ince ince then I Ilmow know of no reason why wo wahouldot wehould
houldot not Carry arryth the State StateMen Stte StteMenina StateMen
Men Menina in a position position to know added addedudgeSprnger addedudge
udgeSprnger udge Springer tell tel me that we have haveAa haveAaxcellent an
chance to toin > win the th State StuleOrBr weh forBryJ forr4n forr4The ep
n n I IThe
The Elephzlts Elephants
t Chases s New Ne Grand cfrtainlv certiny certainly pr prent < > Jel it llio llioact UUtateractecr tIsreatest
reatest ateractecr act adtever ever seen Een upon UJI the American eCnst eCnstJn1 stages stsgehyuns
Jn1 hyuns Ilasiiiess Hushl nCoUcg mus CollcKc Sth ndlC ndlCBuinEs and andl andlUusiMSs 1C 1CBusiness
Business BuinEs Shorthand Sornd Typewriting Tewr Typeweittagi5 tingi Si5 a ly lynrerter year csr csrarpenters
nrerter Friendly Frlcnlly Corner Coznernlw always alwaysakes s
akes lowe lowest lowest lumber lube prices prc GUs GUad and 2f 2 Y aye ue ave

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