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2 THE WASHINGTON TIMES FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 2 19 19b 1904
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War Office Statement StatementXhe Statementrhe Statomonhe
Xhe he following tat tatmeat ment was 18 a given givenout glveiout ven venout
out at tho thowar war 111 qfllee qflleeGeneral 9mceGenora1 mct mctGenaral
General Kurokls army rm7 rm croMed erc JHd ft ftforce 1ft 1ftrcf n nforce
force rcf to the tbe right right nofoh noti bank or the theVaitse thoialtsc th thTaitse
Vaitse River and It therefore became becamenecessary becamenpc becamerPcesar3
necessary npc sar for the Rumlans RVtIIJlans to t be In n a po position polUon po1Uon ¬
sition to repel r pel a blow In this tbl direction directionin
in n view ef r this development In the theoperations theC1petfttlons thepeatIons
operations General Kuropatkln decided decidedt
t < > abandon hte ht positions on the left leftsouth left901lth leftionth
south bank and to concentrate hte htewhole hlBwhole hi hiwhole
whole army on the other othercde8r side Of the thorivrr tllerlvrr therIver
rIver This position is the tte strongest strongeatboth strongeatbothIn both bothIn bothin
In character and in sit site The great greatissue greJtIssup greatIssue
issue will be finally decided d k1eft there thereKy thertH therAHy
Ky H withdrawing to this thl position the tneRussian theRII theRisIan
Russian RII slan army avoids the danger d nger of be being beIng beIng ¬
ing divided by b the river rlvf > r and enjoys the theidvantage theo thedVMfltAe
idvantage o Antat of compactness compactnessGeneral onmpeetneeG mvectnenGmernl
General G nerttl ItttrodfKkfiffe 1tUr urntkte kf move Jn 1 there thererr ther therfr therf
f > rr Is not natto to b be considered as a re retreat retreatbutllatlter retreats ¬
treat treatbutllatlter treats but rather as the carrying out outof outor outof
of a well ell defined dann d Iflea IfleaAbandonment IfleaAb IdeaAbanaonment
Abandonment Ab ndonment of of XiaoYang XiaoYangThe Litlo ang ang1he
The withdrawal of the Russians to tothe tothE tothe
the right bank Involved the abandon abandonment abandonmfnt abandoninent ¬
ment of LiaoYang which is situated on onthe onth onthe
the th > left l ft bank The Japanese took ad advantage advantA advantAge ¬
vantA vantage of thin to occupy the city but butthe butUf butthe
the sternest Btpme t part Art of the tenting ft < < htlng Is still stillbefore un unbtfore tihlbefore
before them tmlese General Kuropatkln Kuropatklndecided Kuropatkindecided Kuropotkindecided
decided at the hurt at hour to again fall falltack tall1aek 11 11tack
tack to the northward northwardIt
It Is I moro than likely however that thatGeneral thatjpneral thateneral
General eneral Kuropatkln will flecide to figtot figtotto 1g1Itto IhgIItto
to a finish The cards are in his favor favorli
li I is believed now that he has ha the theJumnese lheJlmne theJanese
Jumnese Jlmne e divided by the river thus ef ef1V ef1tuallY oftuahIy
1V 1tuallY tually turning the tables upon his hisfop hisf hisfoe
fop f
fopThe The The determined determined pursvlt pu lt by the Jap Japanese Japnnese JaprncRe ¬
anese of the Russian outposts outpo fl when whenGeneral whenpneral wheneneral
General pneral Kuropatkln gave the first or order 01dt order ¬
der dt > r to withdraw wm a probably du i to totheir tothflr totheir
their anxiety to keep the > Russians south southi southof
i of If f LiaoYang Llao Yan until General Kurokl Kuroklshould Kuroklshould Kurokithould
should be able to strike from the north northcast northeast northCast
cast General Kuropatkln however howeversaw howvrsaw bowevrsaw
saw the trap and cleverly avoided It ItJaps ItJ itJaps
Japs J pS Hay ay Be Above AboveMukden AboveMukdenA Mukden MukdenA
A Japanese force of WOOO IB reported reportedto reportCdto
to be hdvmfeing from the northeast of ofMukden ofMukden
Mukden MukdenThe MukdenThe IukdenThe
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The train service between Mukden and andLiaoYang andIaoYang andIAaoYang
LiaoYang Is Interrupted lnt rrupt and It Is Isftared Is1Eared Isreared
reared that th t the line has been cut by byage b bthe bythe
the Japanese JapaneseKuropRt1dn JapaneseKuropatkln
KuropRt1dn heard ot the passage age of ofthe otthe o othe
the Taitse at Sakankankwantun alter altercclock 6 6oclock Codock
oclock on the evening of Wednesday Wednesdayand Wedneedayand Vednesdayand
and he Immediately gave orders for his hisiren hiswen Idawen
wen to fall ahi back on the outer positions positionsThis positionsThis positionsThis
This move is explained by the desire to tocollect tocollect toCuhleCt
collect a strong forot ro foro with which 1Ileh to re repel rapel repet ¬
pel a flanking movement from the thenortheast UUJn thenortheast
northeast northeastThe n northeastThe
The eaa1tle battle Wednesday Wedne da was 5 of the themost thomOflt themost
most desperate character cbara ter It raged ragftf con continuously oontinuousl eonUnuoisIy ¬
tinuously tinuousl for nineteen hours from dawn dawnuntil dawnuntil dawnuntil
until midnight and the slaughter w was wastremendous wastremendous s stremendous
tremendous tremendousAt
At 8 oclock in the evening after hold holdIng hold1ng holdng
Ing ng his outer positions all day dA In the thefact thehct thefact
fact of the most desperate de perate charges Gen General General Guneral ¬
eral Kuropatkin gave the order to re retire ret1rp retire ¬
tire upon the main works about the theThe thee thelt
i lt
The e Japanese assaults during the day dayhad dayhad dayhad
had beon directed principally against againstthe againstthe againstthe
the Russian center a a little east of ofMaletun ofMaletun ofMaletun
Maletun hill near the railroad mil road and andthree andthree andYthree
three miles southwest of LiaoYang LiaoYangPitfalls Llao LioYangPitfalls Yang YangPitfalls
Pitfalls Choked With Dead DeadAa DeadAs DeadAs
As soon as the Japanese panese found thatthe that thatthe thatthe
the Russians were ere retiring Com ont thn thnouter thjouter thoouter
outer positions southward they the resum resumed rHumEd resuniC ¬
ed C d the attack there although It was then thenquite thenQuite thenquite
quite dark Thus pn prised sed the Russians Russiansarrested Ru Russiansarrested lans lansarrested
arrested their movement movetne t to tht rear reariind rearind rearnd
iind nd again laced f ced the Japanese JapaneseWith JapaneseYlth JapaneseWith
With the view Iew of eventual retire retirement retirement retiremerit ¬
ment from their outer positions po ltlons the theRussians th thRussians
Russians had dog a large numbj numb on onpits Otpits o opits
pits with stakes stak concealed In their thei bot bottoms bottoms hottoms
toms The pits were artfully arttuU concealed concealedamong concealednmong concealedamong
among the high Chinese corn cornWhen comWhen cornWhen
When the Japanese charged after the theRussians th thRussians theRussians
Russians they the fell Into the pits In hun hundreds kundreds hundreds ¬
dreds and were engulfed and Impaled on onthe onthe onthe
the stakes and their lines were thrown thrownInto thrownInto throwxInto
Into confusion When the Russians fac faced factd ¬
ed d about and returned to tothelr their old opsl opsltions nI nItions I Idons
tions they the found these th death traps filled filledwith JIltedwith Ifliedwith
with dead and dynfg
The rattle of musketry musk try and boom of ofcannon otcannon ofcannon
cannon continued until midnight when whenat whenat whenat
at last silence brooded over the bloody bl oo
battlefield battlo eld and the tired soldiers lay
down where they had fought while the thewornout thewornout thewornout
wornout surgeons surgE > Ons anu Red Cross Cro an angels angels angels ¬
gels of mercy ministered to the wounded woundedall woundedall woundedall
all night and rroups of Chinese cooli coolicarried cooUes cooUescarried coohlescarried <
carried them Into LiaoYang LiaoYangGeneral Llao LiaoYangGeneral Yang YangGeneral
General SakharofPs Report ReportGeneral ReportGeneral ReportGeneral
General Sakharoff Sakhar SakharoffIn ffI In a dispatch spateh to 0 the thegeneral th thgeneral thgeperal
general staff says sysA 8YSA saysA
A portion of General Kurokis force
has crossed the right north bank of
the Taitse River at Sakankankwantun
A division of Infantry Intantl with cavalry and andartillery andartillery andartillery
artillery crossed first and covered the theadvance theadance theadvance
advance of other divisions After ford
Ing the river the Japanese advanced to toward toward toward ¬
ward LlaoYang In two bodies one on due duewest dueweat duewest
west and the other by way of the Yen
tal mines minesThere minesThere minesThere
There was lighting between the two twoarmies twoarmies twoarmies
armies all day long especially between
8 oclock and midnight after which tho
fire slackened slackenedGeneral slackenedGeneral slackenedGeneral
General Kondrachenkos detachment detachmentspecially detachmentspecially etaehmentspeclall
specially speclall distinguished dI8t1n 18hed Itself tt8 01 f During
the last four hours of the day the Jap ¬
anese anel fired red an Immense number of pro pro3ctlles projctlles
3ctlles > Ules and the Russian Ru tan positions po ltions were weresearched wereJlearched weresearched
searched by the Japanese shrapneL The
Russians maintained a stubborn defense del R e
the whole day dayTerrible dayTenible dayTerrible
Terrible Storm of Shrapnel ShrapnelOur ShrapnelOur ShrapnelOur
Our troops all Ija My ia long were exposed exposedto
to a perfect storm > f shrapnel but bUttended de defended 4efended ¬
fended the positions intrusted to them themwith themwith themwith
with desperate bravery brav ry After prepar preparing preparIng properIrig ¬
ing for the assault a ult with artillery the theJapanese theJapanae theJapanese
Japanese repeatedly attacked our ou x OI osttions OItlons > t ttions
tions Some Som of our advanced fortifica fortifications forU8catlons fortlflcations ¬
tions passed Into their hand after a astubborn 0f aaLubborn
stubborn f > defense d rtnlH They were however
each time recaptured by us at the point
of the bayonet Th The Japanese left a
number of oi dead After each bayonet bayonetengagement btlyon bayonetengagement t tengagement
engagement our troops found time to t tIlig
dig pits In the fields 8 < 1da of Chinese corn in
front of some of our positions tion Then The These in insome baBorne Insome
some cases were completely filled with
Japanese corpses COIp The > enemys eneJaysmust losses kwaemust
must have been enormous Ours have havenot h hnvt havenQt
not yet been even approximately com computed computed m mputud ¬
puted but they are also aJ o large arge A con considerable conslderable conslderable ¬
slderable number of Japanese JapalM e arms arm Ml
into 1 n t 0 our hands handsKuropatkins band8Kuropatkins handsKuropatkins
Kuropatkins New Position PositionGeneral PositionGeneral PositionGeneral
General Kuropatkins Kuro lttkln present position positionvi
vi J 3 about five mile mU miles north of and one on mile mileeast mUeeast mileeast
east of LlaoYang Llao Yang and It Is believed that thathe thathe thathe
he has there tht > re W6COO men and WO gun gunGeneral guJUf guJUfGeneral guitGeneral
General Kurokls army Im is believed to be beabout beaOOl11 beabout
about six miles mil eastward of the Rus Ru RuI Ruelan
I elan < Ian position positionIt vo lUoD lUoDIt
It Is plain that th the Japanese plan to to
turn both the flanks tlanJc of General Gen ral Kuro Kuropatkins Kuropatklns Kuropatkins ¬
patkins position po IUOtl and to surround th tharmy tharm tharmy
army arm south of LiaoYang Ltao Liaoyeng YUC as Marshal
Bazalne was wa shut hut up In Sleiz i ez after the
battle of Graveiotte > August Au Augaists ist 18 ISte ISteBattle 1kBattle i iBattle
Battle Beats All Records RecordsThe RecordsThe RecordsThe
The fighting at LiaoYang Llao Yang has ha beaten beatenall beat beatenall n naU
all records r cordIJ rff the desperate dH erte valor aJor of ofthe otthe ofthe
the assailants and the invincible stub stubbornness stubbornness tub tubornnen ¬
bornness ornnen of the th defenders The whole wholehistory wholehis wholehistory
history his tor of warfare tells tt > 11 of no such neh bom ¬
bardments no such uch carnage and no such suchMARQUIS InIChnI8tenc
persistency nI8tenc Day after day the ftght
has been resumed at daybrWtk and kept
up with hardly a moments meat hat huermis < < mltl mltl810n
aba until after nightfall nhthttaJlARQUIS nightfallMARQUIS
MARQUIS OYAMA OYAMADESCRIBES OY OYAMADESCRIBES AfvA AfvADESCRIBES
DESCRIBES BATTLE BATTLETOKYO BATTLETOh BATTLETOKYO
TOKYO TOh O Sept 2Di 2Dltlpaieh natcnM from fromMarquis fromlIIarqul fromMarquis
Marquis Oyama at atJd Ms headquarter op opposite Gpopoelt oppoalt ¬
poelt posite LlaoYaug Lla YtUlg Iwfifemte that General GeneralKuropatKln GnsealKuropatklns
KuropatKln strategy hoe signally Jty
failed failedLlaoYang CaUedLlaoYang CalledLiaoYang
LlaoYang has been occupied by b the
Japanese forces and it is l believed the thecrushing thecrushing thecrushing
crushing defeat of the Russian army rmy is isassured Isassured Isassured
assured assuredThe assuredThe
The tide tiel was ttrrmd in favor of tlit tlitJapanese ItltJapan ltit3apanose
Japanese Japan lle Man M4nhurlm < hurlan armies Wednos Wednosday Wednesday dnps dnpsday
day when General Kurokl n pursuance UriUanl >
of lila Making mfvemeut t vemc8t < qros > n > Ptart t Ut UtoratUe thit thitt4aite t tTklUe
TklUe River at t a point nVrthtMit nVrthtMitLiaoYang nirthtLItlo zirthenstLineYang < <
LiaoYang LItlo Yang and mpelled General Kurt Kul4tpUcln Kmspatkln
patkln to preoiiMtately preoiPt tA tel aMnd aneIn n hiM htemovement It Itmovement hiMmOvement
movement to the seijtlwird a vithv tlt rd nguinst nguinstGeneral agulhstGeneral guIntGeneral
General Okus army armyThe arm armTIe armyThe
The Iluaslan commanderinch2 f ac actually RCtuany Mctually ¬
tually save ve the order to retire Ure upon uponUM uponthe uponthe
UM the main works of the city eft but he found foundthat toundthat foundthat
that the order if executed would leave leavehis 1tRoehi leavehis
his hi left flank exposed eX > OfJed and allow Gen General GenEral General ¬
eral Kurokl to cut the railroad north northof northor northof
of LteoYang and that the Russians Russianswould RU88lanswould RussianSwould
would b be eventually e uaJly surroundedCrossed surrounded surroumltdtCrossed rroud rroudCrossed
Crossed River on Pontoons PontoonsAs Pontoons PontoonsAs
As a preliminary t > to the crossing of ofthe oftke ofthe
the Taltse RKer General Kurokl threw threwa
a I iwntoon bridge across acr 8s the thl stream at atSakakankwantun atSakakankwantun atSakakankwantun
Sakakankwantun twenty miles east and andtwo andtwo andtwo
two miles north of ofLlao LiaoYan LineYang YRlIl He then thfneroMed th thenerossed n nftouOO
eroMed to u the north bank with two twodivisions twodlvlsl8 twodivisIas
divisions of Infantry Infantr with 1th cavalr cavalry > and andartillery andartlUeIJ andartlilery
artillery artilleryThese artlUeIJThe artlileryThese
These The forces adVanaed aIIan 4ivanoed ed toward Liao LlaoYans LiaoYan LIaoYan
Yans Yan In two lines one due west and andtho andth6 andthe
the other by way of the Yantal mines
They were followed by b two other Japan Japaneae
eae divisions and others are ar stlliycross stlliycrosseneral
Inl
qeneral eneral Kuropatkins forces prior prlo to toWednesday toV toWednesday
Wednesday V dnesda occupied positions forming a asemicircle asemicircle asemicircle
semicircle about LiaoYang Llao Yang the Hanks Hanksresting nanksresUng lianksresting
resting on the Taitse River whlclj flows flowsnorth flowsnorth oWS oWSnorth
north of LiaoYang Llao Yang the left flank being beingsa being888t beingeast
sa east t and the right flank west westof of the < fty
In crossing the Taitse River therefore thlreforeGeneral thereforeGeneral
General Kurokls purpose Durpo e was to turn turnthe turnthe turnthe
the Russian RU8 lan left Hank HankRussian flankRussian ank ankRussian
Russian Lines Pierced Piercedleft PiercedAi PiercedA
Ai A daybreak the Japanese army on the thelott theleft
left delivered a fierce and successful successfulassault IJUcce successfulassault fful ffulA
assault A 8aull against the heights to the west westof westor westof
of Hsiniintun Hslnllntun and the high ground to tothe tothe tothe
the west w t of Shoushanpao It pierced piercedthe piercedthe piercedthe
the Russian lines and later forced the theretirement theretirement
retirement of the Russian Ru slan troops from fromtheir fromtheir fromtheir
their positions on the right and center centerMarquis centerIarqul centerMarquis
Marquis Iarqul Oyama telegraphs that his hisloaees his10MeS hisloe
loaees loe in these aeaults 8 aults were heavy hoeyeneral
General eneral Kurokfs casualties from Au August August August ¬
gust 2 21 to August 2S s amounted to 255 255The 286 286The iii iiiThe
The other casualties have not been re reported reported reported ¬
ported portedFive Five Days Fighting FightingFollowing FightingFollowing FightingFollowing
Following the preliminary successes succe es of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the 29th th south of LlaoYang Field Mar Marshal Marabel Marshal ¬
shal Marquis X rqUI8 Oyama marshaled his hisunited hisunited hisunited
united forces and at t dawn of August
30 a desperate de perate attack upon all the Rus Russian RussiAn Ruselan ¬
sian positions was made madeThe madeThe madeThe
The Japanese first rst army under Gen General GenlrAl Genoral ¬
oral Oku after aftt > r occupying the right rightbank rightbank rightbank
bank of the Lan River on August 27 27continued ticonUuuld t7continued
continued its forward movement and andrenewed andtenewed andvenewed
renewed the assault against the re remaining remAining remaining ¬
maining Russian positions at Hungshal HungshalIng Hung Hungehitilog hal halIng
Ing where the enemy held out the long longest longut longast ¬
est and most stubbornly They The finally finallytook finallytook finallytook
took the last Russian positions J > 08lt1on at this thisilace thl thlplRce thisplace
place ilace and on an eminence nerth of ofRussians orSnehlassaJ ofSanchlassi
SnehlassaJ SnehlassaJRuasians SanchlassiRussians
Russians Were Dislodged DislodgedFrom DislodgedFrom DislodgedFrom
From the night of August 27 i to the themorning themorning themorning
morning of o the 28th 5th the Japanese at attacked attacked attacked ¬
tacked the Russian positions on the therldgr therldgi therldgc
rldgr to th the east ast of Sanyutzu The Rus Russians Rusllan Russlant ¬
slant llan finally were disloged from these theseridge theseridge theseridge
ridge positions OfIltloniJ but h t the Japanese left leftwas lettwaa leftta1
was ta1 unable to advance on account of the theforceful theforceful theforceful
forceful resistance made by b the Russian Fusslantroops Russtantroops Russiantroops
troops who occupied the heights to the theshantzu thesouthekst thesoutheast
southeast ot Hslangshantzu HslangshantzuTwo shantzu shantzuRussians
Two jljislons Islons or Rus Russians lRns which wtlt pre previous prevlousi previousi ¬
vious ltd td been bt > en driven from Hanpolln HanpollncroseeVi Uanpollncl08Elel Henpolincrossed
croseeVi crossed th thbYidge bridge constructed over the theTaitse thelaltse theTaltse
Taitse River to the north of Slaotantzu Slaotantzuand Siaotautzuand Slaotantzuand
and retreated to the right bank of the theriver therIer theriver
river Continuing the d1 attack the Japa Japanese Japanese Japaness ¬
nese center advanced and nd occupied a aline aline aline
line extending from Sany SallytZtZU tzu zu to the thewest theI thewest
I west of Shihchutze while the l left t on onthe onthe onthe
the morning of the 28th Ith th after dUlodg dUlodging d dslodging iladg iladgtng
ing the Russians at Tashhlmenllng a awl al1Hslangshantzu awlHsiangshantzu d dHelangshantzu
Helangshantzu advanced to Yayutal YayutalTeagchlafang YautRITgChla1ang YayutaiTeagohiafang
Teagchlafang where It was reenforced reenforcedIhe reenforcedl reenforcedthe
the l h Russians checked the advance a < hance of ofall orall ofall
all the Japanese forces coming up from
LONDON LONDONsept Sept 2 2The The welllaid welllaldplans welllaldplansof plans plansof plansof
of General Kuropatkin have ail gone gonewrong gonewrong gonewrong
wrong an and LlaoYang InstfaU In8t instl 1 qf1t Qfbe Qfbemlng ffbe ffbeobmlng > e emlng
obmlng mlng a trap for the th Japanese ham hamalan 11 11proven haijproven
proven the scene cene or a reerseto revere tO Bus Rusalan Bussian
alan arms to all appearances the worst worstIn Wlr WlrIn worin
In her history historyBoaten hI8tOI hI8tOIBnaten historyBoaten
Boaten back to the south by the com combined combined cornbined ¬
bined forces of Generals Oku and Nod Nodzu Nadzu NodZn
zu and threatened from the rear as the theresult theresult theresult
result of General Kurokls masterful masterfulHanking mwsterfulfinnklng masterfulflanking
flanking movement Kuropatkln hen haabeen h8Bbeen henbeen
been forced to abandon LiaoYang and andhis andhis andhis
his force In great confusion have havecrossed havecroued havecrossed
crossed the Taitse River retreating to toward toward toward ¬
ward Mukden MukdenThe MukdenThe MukdenThe
The Russian version of the latest move moveIn moVoIn movein
In this greatest of all conflicts con lcts says say the theretreat theretreat theretreat
retreat across the Taltse Talt e must not be beconsidered beconsidered beconsidered
considered in the light of a a retreat retreatbut retreatbut retreatbut
but as part of ft welldefined plan the theobject theobject theobject
object of which Is to separate the op opposing oppOltlng opposing ¬
posing Japanese forces by the deep deepswift deepswlrt deepswift
swift running Taitse TaitseField TaltHeField TaitseField
Field Marshal Oyma however In com command command cornmand ¬
mand of the combined Japanese armies armiestakes armletake armiestakes
takes a far different view of the tbemat tbemattel mat matter maticr ¬
tel His HI official report of the battle battleof battleoc hattieof
of LlaoYang states that the Russian Russianwithdrawal Ru Russianwlthdsawal elan elanwtthdlllLwal
withdrawal from the left l tt side lda of the theTltoe theTklt theTaltue
Tklt Tltoe e ws n the result of their Inability Inabilityto
to stand the fierce Japanese fire fireOyamas 1IreOyamas fireOyamas
Oyamas Terse Report ReportIlls ReportHI ReportHis
Ills HI official report reads readsThe readsTbe readsThe
The enemy being unable to resist re Jt our ourfierce ourfterce ourfierce
fierce attack attac began retiring on Septem September Seltembel Septemher ¬
her 1 toward LlaoYang Our left and andcentral andcntral andcentral
central division are hotly pursuing thp thpenemy thftenmy thpenemy
enemy who ho In great confusion are try tryIng tryIng trying
Ing to retire to the right bank of the theTaitae th thTall theThitse
Taitae Tall River RiverWe RiverWe RiverWe
We captured ten halfcentimeter can cannow cannOR cannon
now which are re being used to bombard bombardth bombardtM bombardthe
th tM LlaoYang LIa Yang station On September
1 o our r right attacked the enemy encm at Hel HelYingTa4 BelYlngT1 RelYlagTal
YingTa4 fifteen miles northeast north9ft t of ofLteoYang or orLo ofLiaoYang
LteoYang Lo Yang Our casualties since August Augusthave
29 have been about IdWO IdWOAM lOC lOCAs
I
AM to what followed the retreat of ofthe orthe ofthe
the Russians from LlaoYang reports reportsdiffer reportsI reportsdiffer
I differ differOne dUrrOne differOne
One report apparently from a reliable reliablesource reliablelIOurce reliablesource
source has It that the city clt was occu occupied oooupled oocupled ¬
pled by the Japanese JRpan se and that great greatstores greattor greatstores
stores tor of ammunition together with withcannon withd withcannon
cannon and food supplies 8uppll were cap captured IfapA sapturd ¬
tured turedA turdA d
A Meond eond report however current in inTokyo InToky InTokyo
Tokyo Toky < and Rome asserts that Llao LlaoYang LllloYang LinoYang
Yang Is I in flames fim probably put to the theNeither thetorch thetorch
torch by the Russians before the they left leftNeither leftNeither
Neither report n rt is 1 confirmed but either eithermight eithermight eithermight
might readily be correct correctIt correctIt correctit
It would be but the natural move of ofth ofthe ofthe
th the Japanese to occupy the city owing owingto
to th the great stores > > torps which the Russians RUHlanwould itusslaswould
would of necessity leave behind On Onthe 01the Onthe
the other hand this would bo readily readilymanifest rcttidll rcttidllmanlfl readilymanifest
manifest to the Russians and it Is prob probable probable probable ¬
able unless th their ir retreat was wa made in ino Intoo Intoo
too > o great confusion that the torch torchtraliz torchwould torchwould
would be applied to the city to neu neutrdlz4t neutralize
traliz M its tar as possible po slble the leaving leavingof
of the city to the Japanese Japane e army armyBattle armyBattle armyBattle
Battle North of Taitse TaitseMilitary TaitseltUlttary TaitseMilitary
Military men In general believe that a abattle abttJe abattle
battle even fiercer It possible po elble than thanthat thRnUaat thanthat
that ygblch ICh haa IUL continued for days day > > be before before e etore ¬
fore LlaoYantf 1410 Yang will be fought on the theright theright theright
right bank of the Taitse The Th Russian Russianportion Uus ItussisnpoiAdon hut hutpotAtion
portion there for the lie time lIm at leant leantfully la latully Isfully >
fully as It strong > > tron as a that tb t which they oc occupied occupied orcuL ¬
cupied south of LinoYang and Is I aided aidedby nldedby aidedby
by the fact Rct that the Japanese JalJAne e force on onthe onthe onthe
the right Hide Nt aid of th the stream is much muchsmaller muchsnuUr muchsmaller
smaller than that of General G n Kurupat Kurupatkin KuroPlLtkin Kuropatkin
kin kinTh kinThII
Th ThII n tM > It will pr pruve ro > v a tar more more1aiTjiJabU more11110 moreI
I 1aiTjiJabU LZTIhIabli cask 11110 tit to tmw the Japanese JapanosOi
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As a result of f a flank movement by byGeneral b bGenelal byGeneral
General Kurokls lurokls column General Kuro Kuropatkln ICuropatkln uro uropatkln ¬
patkln abandoned LlaoYang retiring rotlrin to tothe tolhe tothe
the right bank of the Taitse River RiverThorc RiverThore RIverThere
There it is said he will 111 give battle to toryuroki toJurod tolurokI
ryuroki ryurokiWhether Jurodhether lurokIWhether
Whether hether Kuropatkin was forced to toremove torcamGe toremove
remove his entire army from Llao LlaoYang LllloYltng Llaorang
Yang by the terrific Japanese assaults assaultsand assaultsand assaultsand
and bombardment bombirdment or whether he did tilt so sothe sothe sothe
the south along the HalChengLlao HalChengLlaoYang HatChengLlaorant HalChengLiaoYang
Yang rant road roadThe foodThe roadThe
The Japanese resumed the attack on onthe onthe onthe
the 29th 9th The Japanese right took a line lineextending Unoextending lineextending
extending from Lelchapao to t Helniu Helniuchuang Helnluchuang Helniuchuang
chuang while the left occupied a line linefrom linefrom linefrom
from a point west of Hoimuchuang to toYayutal toYayutnl toYayutai
Yayutal A detached column from the theJapanese theJaponese theJapanese
Japanese right advanced tOWArd Waljo Waljogou Waijogou Valjogou
gou and cooperated with the left leftcolumn lettcolumn leftcolumn
column of the first army armyAt armyAt armyAt
At dawn of August 30 all three Japan Japanese Japanese Japanose ¬
ese armies conjointly attacked all au the theRussian theRussian theRussian
Russian positions on the southern front frontfrom frontCrom frontfrom
from a point north of Tengchlafang to toa toa toa
a point ea eat t of Hanexhlatun and to the theweat lheWe thewest
west We < 3t of Helnllngtun Helnlln un and Shoushanpao ShoushanpaoThe ShoushanpaoThe ShoushanpaoThe
The Japanese center attacked with all allIts allIts allits
Its strength strengthThis strengthThis strengthThis
This first artillery attack proved suc successful successtul suecesatul ¬
cessful and at 10 oclock the Russians Russianshaving Russianshaving Russianshaving
having boon reenforced from the direc direction dlrecUon direcLion ¬
Lion of LlaoYang made an endeavor to toretake toretake toretake
retake the ground they had lost lostRussians lostRussians lostRussians
Russians Reenforced ReenforcedThrouchout ReenforcedThrouhout ReenforcedThroughout
Throughout the afternoon of the 30th 30thadditional 30thadditional th thadditional
additional reenforcements reentorc ments reached the thei theRusslnns theRussians
i Russians until their strength IStren h was esti estimated estlmated estimated ¬
mated at two divisions and fifty or sixty sixtySuns slxt sixtyguns
Suns SunsThe 11 gunsThe to 1S 1SThe
The Japanese continued to attack des desperately desperately desperately ¬
perately and at 3 oclock In the after afternoon afternoon afternoon ¬
noon a Junction was effected with the theleft thelett theleft
left column of the first army The Rue Russians Rulslans Ruesians ¬
sians were dislodged from Tsafanglun Tsafanglunand Tsnanglunand Tsafanglunand
and that vicinity vicinityThe vicinityThe lclnl1 lclnl1The
The Russians fought with dogged de determination determination determination ¬
termination until nightfall nightfallOn nlshtfaJlOn ninhtfallOn
On the morning of August 31 both botharmies botharmlcs botharmies
armies renewed their attack with ylscor ylscorUp vlfSrlp viiprrp
Up to a late hour in the afternoon neith neither i ileithor olth olthI ¬
er r contestant had gained any visible lslb1e n nsclt nflt riThe
I sclt The Japanese were holding Tong Tonpchfcfang TI Tongchtfaflg J Jch1tfung
chfcfang and were fighting bravely bravelyagainst bravelyagalnU bravelyagainsl
against superior BU1 > Jrlor forces rorccf
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Next Move in War Game GameAwaited GameAwaited
Awaited With Interest
face of the terrific Russian fire which whichwill whichwlll whichwill
will meet them than It was to move movethem movethem movethem
them about on the plain laln south of the thecity theelt thecity
city elt Should General GeneralKuroki Kurokl be beaten beatenback b beatenback en enback
back there Is a chance that the Rus Russian Russian BusSian ¬
sian force will yet grasp victory from fromtno tromtn fromUK
tno tn defeat which they encountered on onyesierday onyeslerday onyesterday
yesterday yesierdayAnother yeslerdayA yesterdayAnother
Another A nother matter hovever must be betaken betaken betaken
taken Into consideration There Is no noquestion noQuestion noquestion
question that the morale of f the Russian Russiantroops Rueslantroops Russiantroops
troops must have been adrorsely affect affected affected affected ¬
ed by the withdrawal f trl1n ron Liao1 LlnoYang LlnoYangThe LiaoYangThe ang angThe
The Russian army It Is true Is noted notedfor nottdfor notedfor
for Its stamina but It Is hldouttul doubtful wheth whether whethor whethor ¬
or any force of men after a abattle battle last lastIng lastIng lasting
Ing from dawn to nearly rjdnight for fordays fordays
days only to end In a ratioat from a aposition aposition aposition I
position supposed to be almtst Impreg Impregnable Impregnablt impregnable ¬
nable are in any condition N t fftctr l larmy U Uarmy < iarmy
army flushed with victory victoryIf vlctor vlctorIf victoryIf
If Oyama Crosses CrossesShould CrossesSho CrossesShoUld
Should Sho ld the Jnpanese force still to the thesouth thesouth thesouth
south of the Taltae succeed in crossing crossingthe crossingthe crossingthe
the river at once the opinion In many manyquarters manyI manyquarters
quarters Is that General Kuropatkln will willbe villbe willbe
I be driven back broken and defeated defeatedThe defeatedThe defeatedThe
The outcome outoome of the fight therefore thereforeseems theretoreseems thereforeseems
seems to depend on the ability abUlt or ina inability InabUity mability ¬
bility of Field Marshal Oyama O ama to throw throwhis throwhis throwhis
his force across the Taltsj Talt In time to tosave tosave tosave
save the force of General Kurokl KuroklIn ICurokiIn urokl uroklIn
In official and military quarters Gen General Glneral Gunoral ¬
eral Kuropatklns move Is still an en enigma enlgma On OnIgntl1 ¬
igma to a large degree If as the Rue Russian Rueslin Ruestan ¬
slin stan officials state Kuropatkin was not notforced notforced notforced
forced by an adverse tide of battle to toevacuate toevacuate toevacuate
evacuate LiaoYang his act in doing so soseems sosoems soseems
seems Incomprehensible IncomprehensibleLiaoYang IncomprehensibleLlao IncomprehensibleLiaoYang
LiaoYang Llao Yang as it stands Is the result resultof rHultor resultof
of months of labor by b the best engineers engineersthat englnersthnt engineersthat
that Russia could employ and 1 IH th thplace thf thfpJace thplace
place chosen by b the Russian leaders for fora tora fora
a final stand after drawing the Japa Japanese Japanese Japanose ¬
nese Into a trap The oity Is surrounded
by great walls and these were strength strengthened 8tren strengthened th thned ¬
ened ned and their th lr powers of defense added addedto addedto addedto
to by the erection of covered covere ways by bywhich hywhich bywhich
which ammunition and reenforcements reenforcementscould ref reentorcementscould > ntorcments ntorcmentscould
could be brought up from other parts to toaid toaid toaid
aid in the repulse of the attacking Jap Japanese Japanese Jal Jalanese ¬
anese
Spot of Ideal Defense DefenseThe Dtenseqhe DefenseThe
The city is so situated that from Its Itswalls Itswalls itswalls
walls tho Llao Valley Valle for miles around aroundcould aloundcould aroundcould
could readily be dominated Great build buildings IlUlidIngs buIldlags ¬
ings for the storing of ammunition knd kndstores nd ndstores ndstores
stores were ereted and In these were wsreplaced werepieced wereplaced
placed sufficient material to withstand withstanda
a slOK siege < i of month monthHad monthHud monthsHad
Had Kuroparkin wlthdrawn his hiI forces forceswithin Iorlewithin toreewithin
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for strategic reasons it is Impossible yet yetto yetto yetto
to determine The Rugsiung claIm clam their theirpositions theirpositions theirpositions
positions on the right bank bnnli of the theriver ther17cr thertrcr
river are stronger thai tha those around aroundI
I iaoYnng ino Yang Furthermore they say sayKuropatkin 5 5KuropatJdn sayICuropatkin
Kuropatkin has cleverly evaded the at attempt attempt attempt
tempt to bottle him up u1 u In LiaoYang LiaoYanghas LlaoYanghas LineYanghas
has divided the Japanese Japlln se armies and andthat andtliat apdthat
that Kurokis urokls position may may soon become becomevery becomter becomevery
very er precarious precariouspointed Drecarlouspolnted Drocarlouspointed
pointed out somedays ago in these dill dispatches dillpatcbes diepatches ¬
patches would become a 0 second Qcond Port Ar Arthur Arthur Arthur ¬
thur only more thoroughly fitted to towithstand towithstand towithstand
withstand a siege or assault assaultBoth nsa a58tiultBoth uH uHBoth
Both In St Petersburg acl Tokyo news newsawaited newsawaited newsawaited
awaited with greatest anxiety
In Tokyo this his anxiety am an lty is mingled with withroseate withroseate withroseate
roseate hope but in St t Petersburg ac according1 accJrdlng accrding ¬
cording1 to dispatches dlspair is again againbecoming againcomlng againbecomIng
becoming comlng manifest as a a result of the thesudden thesudden thesudden
sudden changing of the situation from fromone tromone irmaOne
one of apparent victory to one of at atleast a1least atleast
least DRitlal dr drMt drMtIn drtIn > t tIn
In both capli capUl a ri n Is recognized that thatthis thntthis thatthis
this battle wi i ha bat hast L the effect of cbs iloaIng c1 cbslag 9 9Ing
Ing the ManchurVti Mant hlrit campaign for the theseason tl1tseason theseason
season and in nuny umy quarters in St StPetersburg StPetersburg StPetersburg
Petersburg It is f tured ared the event of a aRussian aRusslan aRussian
Russian reverse would have a disastrous disastrousI disastrouscttoet disastrouseffect
I effect on the spirits of Russian soldiery soldieryand soUlt1 soUlt1and solileryand
and prove the first rgt great step toward towardi towardOoaJ towardfinal
i final Japanese victory in the war warROSA warROSA warROSA
ROSA STERN IMPROVING IMPROVINGSHE IMPROVINGSHE IMPROVINGSHE
SHE MAY RECOVER RECOVERPhysicians RECOVERPhslclan RECOVERPhysicians
Physicians Phslclan attending attendln Rosa Stern who whoattempted whoattemDtod whoattempted
attempted suicide yesterday ye terda by b cutting cuttingher cuttingher cuttingher
her throat with a razor now look or orthe orthe orthe
the recovery of the young youngwoman youngwomanShe woman womanShe womanShe
She is still at the Emergency Hospital Hospitaland Hospitaland Hospitaland
and is said to have hav shown steady stead Im Improvement Improvemlmt Improvement ¬
provement In the past twentyfour twentyfouriiours twenutourours twentyfouriours
iiours iioursThe iours ioursThe ours oursThe
The girl is said to have made the at attempt attempt attempt ¬
tempt on her life on acount cunt of 111 health healthWASHINGTON healthWASHINGTON healthWASHINGTON
WASHINGTON VETERANS VETERANSGOING V VETERANSGOING TERANS TERANSGOING
GOING TO LYNCHBURG LYNCHBURGAt
At a special meeting mc Ung held last night nightat nightat nightat
at the Confederate Veterans V t rans Hall 431 431Eleventh 431El6venth 31 31Ehvcnlh
Eleventh Street northwest nordiV st Vice Presi President Presld PresiCoat ¬
dent d nt John T Callaghdin Callaghttn presiding the theVeterans theVeter theVetethne
Veterans Veter ns Association now embraced In Inthe Inthe
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the Grand Camp of Virginia Veterans Veteransand Veteransand I Iand
and designated as Harry Ua T Heth Camp Campselected Campselected Campselected
selected a delegation to represent the thecamp thecamp thecamp
camp at the encampment which takes takesplace takesplace takesplace
place at Lynchburg Va on the 14th 14th15th 14th15th 14th15th
15th and 16th of the present month monthThe monthThe monthThe
The following members were selected selectedto eloutedto
to represent the camp at the reunion reunionCol reunionCol reunionCol
Col Hilrry A Herb lierbert rt Major tajor Robert RobertW RobertW RobertW
W Hurter Major Holmes Conrad ConradThomas Conr ConradThomas d dI
I Thomas IS XV Y Hungerf Hunc Hungprferd rterd rd John T Cal Callaghan Cali Callaghan
i laghan Capt John 1L Hickey Leigh LoighRobinson LolghRobinson LeighRobinson
Robinson Corp A 4 Holland Capt CaptH CaptH CaptH
H B Littlepage and 0 F Smith SmithMiss SmithMiss SmithMiss
Miss Nannie Heth ihe beautiful and andaccomplished andaocompUshd andaocompllshed
accomplished daughtet of the late la lamented lamented hainented ¬
mented Gen Harry HafT Ieth after whom whomthe whomthe whomthe
the camp Is named norp vas s unanimously unanimouslychosen unanlmouslchosen unanimouslychosen
chosen as sponsor for the occasion ocea lon with withthe withthe withthe
the privilege of aelecthg her two maids maidsof maidsot maidsof
of honor honorThe honorTho honorThe >
The camp also accepted the invitation invitationof
of the Ewack Camp b be present at attheir attheir attheir
their reunion at HyattsIlle Md on the the10th the10th the10th
10th Instant InstantMARRIAGE InstantMA instantMARRIAGE
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James Minder 26 and Sarah Proctor ProctorJefferson
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The crossing ro lng of the Taitse was accom accomplished accOJ accOJpUshed accpiplished ¬
plished at Sakankankwantun twenty twentymiles twent twentmUes twentymiles
miles east of a LlaoYang Llao Yang A dispatch dispatchfrom dispatchtram dispatchfrom
from Mukden said the railway between betweenLlaoYang betweenLlaoYang betweenLIaoYang
LlaoYang and Mukden was no longer longerworking longerworking longerworking
working Whether the telegraph line linewas Unewas linewas
was open It did not state But It Is Isnot Isnot Isnot
not believed that Kurokl I urokl would have havebeen havebten havebeen
been able to reach rt > ach the railway oolwa at the thetime tbelime thetime
time the dispatch was filed filedSTUTLER filedSTUTLER filed8TTLER
STUTLER INVESTIGATION INVESTIGATIONCase INVESTIGATIONSESSION INVESTIATIOMSESSION
SESSION WAS BRIEf BRIEFCase
Case C se Against Superintendent of Street StreetCleaning StreetCleattini StreetCleatling
Cleaning Cleattini Now in Hands of Dis District District Dintrict ¬
trict Commissioners CommissionersThe
The concluding session yesterday af afternoon afternoon afternoon ¬
ternoon In the District Commissioners Commissionersinvestigation CommIssioners1nvestlgatlon CommissionersInvestigatIon
investigation into the charges of official officialmaladministration officialmaladministration officialmaladministration
maladministration preferred by b Royal RoyalRobinson RoyalRobinson RoyalRobinson
Robinson against Warner Stutler Su Superintendent Superlntendent Superintendent ¬
perintendent of Street Cleaning was wasbrief WASbrier wasbrief
brief briefJudge brierJudge briefJudge
Judge Cole announced that Mr Two Twohey Twohey Twohey
hey would not n t have to testify tesUr as he hewould hewould hewould
would submit for or his client documen documentary documentaIJ documentarl ¬
tary evidence that would do away with withIhe wIththe withhie
the hie necessity for Twoheys appearance appearanceWhen appooranceen appearanceWhen
When en the investigation In stlgat1on was fiB about to be beclosed beclosed beclosed
closed yesterday aftetnoon Robinson Robinsonasked Itoblnsonasked Robinsonasked
asked Stutler why wh he did not put Two Twohcy Twohey Twohey
hey on the stand and challenged him himto himto himto
to do so The challenge was not ac accepted acceptd accepted ¬
cepted ceptedTbe ceptdrrhe ceptedThe
The case Is now In the hands of the theDistrict theDistrIct theDistrict
District Commissioners for final decision decisionThis decisionThis decisionThis
This will not be forthcoming until Oc October October October ¬
tober 1 as on that date Commissioner CommissionerMucfarland CommissionerIncarland CommissIonerMitefarlanil
Mucfarland will return to the city < Ity from fromhis fromhis fromhis
his vacation eatlon in New England whither whitherhe whitherhe whitherhe
he started today todayThe toda todaThe todayThe
The recommendation establishing
Stutters Stutler Innocence or guilt will be made madeby madeb
by b Commissioner West under whose whosesupervision whosesupervision whosesupervision
supervision comes the Street Cleaning
Department DepartmentFor DepartmtI1tFor DepartmentFor
For the Engineer Department the de decision decision decislon ¬
cision will be rendered by Colonel Bid Biddie BIIIdie Biddie
die the Engineer Commissioner al although although although ¬
though his assistant Capt Chester ChesterHarding ChesterHurdln ChesterHarding
Hurdln Harding sat at the hearings all the the1time thetime thetime
time with w tit the exception of yesterday esterda It Itis ItIs ItIs
is understood und rstood that Colonel Diddle will willr wUlnad willread
r read ad the stenographic reports of the thepast thepast
past 1 > IILst hearings and talk the case tine se over overwith overwith overwIth
with Captain Harding
Commissioner Macfarland TV 111 have havemade hlemade havemade
made up his mind as to what ought to tobe tobe tobe
be done by b the time he returns to Wash Washington Yashinglott ¬
ington ingtonJudge inglottJudge ingtonJtidge
Judge Cole will submit hie brief In Inthe Inthe i ithe
the matter tomorrow to the Commie Commissioners Commlsloners Commiesioners ¬
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A SELECT ELECT DAY COLLEGE FOR
YOUNG MEN IEN AND BOYS
COLLEGIATE ACADEMIC AND PRI PRIMARY PRIMARY PP1MARY ¬
MARY DEPARTMENTS DEPARTMENTSSchool DEPARTUTSSchool DEPARTMENTSSchool
School opens September 12 12Catalogue 12Catalogue 12Catalogue
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pares par for Freshman In Georgetown aeor etown or In Inany inany inany
any other college collegeSpecial colleleSpeola collegeSpecial
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School Opens Sept 14 14Send 14Send 14Send
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REV JEROME DAUGHERTY S J JPRESIDENT JT JPRESIDENT
PRESIDENT aulSU aulSUTANNERS nutStiTANNERS
TANNERS TANNERSBusiness T TANNERSBusmess S SBusiness
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passenger elevators no walking walkIn up upstairs upstairs upstairs
stairs Call or telephone telepbon Main 1 Ia < 5 > > for forcatalogue forcatalogue forcatalogue
catalogue The Principal was official officialcourt omc1alcourt officialcourt
court stenographer late Public Accoun Accountant Aecountant Accountant ¬
tant and over 30 years teacher of busi business busIness bustness ¬
ness methods methodsStudents methodsStu4enU methodsStudents
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Maryland School for the Blind BlindI
I will meet pupils at the Sixth Street Streetdepot Streetdepot Streetdepot
depot September 13 19W O4 at 3 oclock oclockafternoon ocIockafternoon oclockafternoon
afternoon For farther information ad address address address ¬
dress F D MORRISON Maryland MarylandSchool MarylandSchool MarylandSchool
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CHARLOTTE HALL SCHOOL for Boys BoysCharlotte BoYSCharlctte BoysCharlotte
Charlotte Hall St Marys Co Md MdAmple MilAmple MdAmple
Ample buildings and extensive grounds groundsHealthful groundsHealthul groundsHealthful
Healthful location at the historic Cool CoolSprings CoolSprings
Springs Thorough Instruction in inmathematical inmathematical Inmathematical
mathematical Business Scientific and andClassical andCI andClassical
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EUGENE D and CHARLES FRANCIS FRANCISCARUSI FRANC1SCARUSI FRANCISCARUST
CARUSI Attorneys and Counselors at atLaw atLaw atLaw
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to all without regard to crerd race or sex
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Dental Pharmaceutical Legal Collegiate
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Rev JOHN GORDON D D President
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