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jHICAGO June 7A A special to theDaily the ther tJaeDally
r Daily News from Tokio says saysIt saysIt aya ayaIt
It is stated by the war oflice o fee Ice that thatGeneral tJaatGen thatGenertil
General Gen Okus army ba bats pasted the themountain themountain themountain
mountain barrier > r protecting protectingthe the right rightflank rlChtflank rightflank
flank and rear of KnropatJrtns forces forcesin
in tbe passes pa es between hetwe u Kai Chow andMotien and andMotien andtUeli
Motien past Th The > KusFlan position has hasthus hasHUR hastltis
thus been rendered strategically untenable unten untenable uatenablt ¬
able > and H t its f expected f > it will be madeat made madeactually madeIiltually
at actually tually untenable f in the course rour e of theoperation the theoperation theoperaHon
operation of the coming oml week unteast unless unlessthe unleaathe
t the he Russians resist the advance of theJapanese the theJapanese theJapanese
Japanese more successfully than blth hitherto blthert ¬
erto ert 11 in that event General Kuroki Kurokivill Knrokiw
vill w v ill be relieved of the necessity ofattacking of ofattacking 0 0attacking
attacking front frontally ally the main strong t thold ¬
hold of the Muscovites Mu coUes between Feng Fengng
Wang ng Cheng and the railway railwayTOGO railwayTOCIO railwayT000
TOGO T TELL Lida Of 0 0hbatb XJOTLM XJOTLMubnUt IATTiMihtbtnits
hbatb ubnUt Hat Ja Octal lUpoit t toe th thXmperor tM tMperor teaRmperor
Xmperor XmperorTokio RmperorToklo peror perorToklo
Toklo June 2C 6 p m mAaral mAaralTogos mAdadralTogos Admiral AdmiralTogos
Togos detailed detaU report of his effective effectiveattack etreettveattack efeettveattack
attack on Port Arthur last Tbundayflight Thursdaynight Thursday Thursdaynight
night reached cbed Tokio today
The report confirms the reported reporteddestruction reporteddlStru reporteddestruetion
destruction dlStru < tion of a Russian battleship bat p ofthe of ofthe ofthe
the Peresviet type the disabling of a abattleship abattlesblp abattleship
battleship of the Sevastopol class cla s and aprotected a aprotected aI
I protected cruiser resembling the Diana Dianaand DIanaIwd Dianaand
and the injuring of a torpedo destroyer destroyerbut destroyerbut
1 but throws no light on the Russian RussianI RuanJlan Russianplan
planThe I plan JlanThe lan lanThe
The entire tire Russian fleet steamed out outto outto outto
to sea in line of battle Suddenly when whenvithin whenwitbin whenwithin
within fourteen thousand meters fromthe from fromthe fromthe
the Japanese e fleet ftt > et the Russian fleet re refused refused refused ¬
fused battle and steamed back to an ananchorage ananchorage ananchorage
anchorage outside the harbor where whereduring whereduring whereduring
during the night the Japanese Ja destroy destroyers ¬
ers and torpedo torpedolaoat boat made eight eightdesperate etcbtdHperate eightdesperate
desperate attacks upon it The Rus Russian RuaItian Russian ¬
sian vessels euel reentered the harbor on OftFriday onFriday
Friday since which time it has failedto failed failedto failedto
to reappear reappearBattle rE reappearlathe > appear appearaWe
Battle aWe Story la I Detail DetailIn
In his report Admiral Togo says saysThe say 88YsTh
The Th exit of the Russian fleet from fromPort fromPort fromFort
Port Arthur harbor began early earlynuln earlynulnday Thurs Thursday Thursday ¬
day The battleships Peresviet reaviet PoltavaSevastopol Poltava PoltavaSevastopol Polta Poltaea
Sevastopol ea topol the armored cruiser Bayanthe Bayan Bayanthe Dayanthe
the protected cruisers crui er Pallada PallaclaAakold Diana DianaAskold j
Askoid and Novik came first a steamerleading steamer steamerleading
1 leading them clearing the mines minesA
A warning flashed by wireless wire tele telegraph telegraph telegraph ¬
graph by the Japanese patrol brought broughtup
up sr Admiral Togos fleet at full s speed
to o a series of prearranged stationsThree stations stationsThree stationsTh
Three Th flotillas of Japanese destroyers destroyersand
and torpedo boats steamed close close to theharbor the theharbor tbeharbor
harbor entrance and an watched the Russian Rus Russian Rusalan ¬
sian veuelL vessels At 11 oclock the Russian Russianbattleship Ranbattleship Ru slan slanbattleship
battleship Csarevltch < h RetvsaI Retvixari and andPopieda UldPoplfda andPopfeda
Popieda Joined the other Russian ships S shipsoutside JN5 JN5outslde
outside the harbor Several steamers steamersand steathersand teamersand
and boats wereengaged were en In clearing andexploding and andexploding aadxpIo
exploding xpIo < lIng mines in order io 0 make a apassage aajRage apassage
passage ajRage seawardtaptain seaward seawardaptain seawardaptain
aptain < Asa A al I commanding the Jap Japanese Japanese ¬ I Innese
anese torpedo flotilla attacked the vesttets ves vessels v ¬ I IHerS
HerS engaged in clearing out the minesand mines minesand JDlnesHIlt
and HIlt hampered the work workJUal workReal ork I IJt
Real Jt lighting Begins BeginsAt JIecI i iAt
At 3 oclock Oclock seven Russian destroyers destroyersappeared d destroyersappeared
appeared and the Japanese vigorously vIaoronalyntlacked vigorouslyattacked vigorouslyattacked
attacked them One of the Russiandestroyers Russian Russiandestroyers Ruuiandestroyen
destroyers which was hit and set on onfire onfire
fire retreated to the harbor burning I
The Novik attacked the Japanese whoscurried who whoscurried 110 110Curried
scurried away aa The vessels engaged enara 8lID inclearing in inclearing
clearing de aring the harbor finally made ma a passage pas passage pas5tfe ¬
sage and the Novik led the Russianflet Russian Russianfkft Ruwanfl I
fkft fl t seaward In the meantime Admiral Ad Admiral Adm ¬
miral m Iral Togo concealed Oue ealed the positions of ofhis ofhis
his ships shi S and at 4 oclock sent the third thirdsquadron tbirdIuadron thirdsquadron I
squadron < out into the vision of the thfK tb thekuslans
K HU kuslans u Asians with the object of drawing drawingsoutheastward drawiqthlm drawingthem I
them seaward The Russian fleet stood stoodl stoodsoutheastward
l southeastward > and then southward southwardDuring southwardDuring
During this time Admiral Togo con concealed concealed n nea1ed ¬
cealed his hlsftrst first squadron south of Gre Gregan Gregait Gregan
gan rock rO < k As the Russians approached approachedAdmiral apPtoachedAdmiral approachedAdmiral
Admiral Togo assembled his fleet und andprepared I IJIlared
prepared to attack At 615 p m theIussians the t tRussians
Russians were in plain sight eight eightmi ebtl11i eightmi I
mi > 9 northwest of Gugan rock Theozarevitch The TheCzarevitch TheCzareltch
Czarevitch led and they the nine others tolI foi foilowed followed
lowed in a single line The Novik and andseven and1W andseven
1W seven > ln destroyers were placed at the theright th thright theright
right of the line Admiral Togo waited waitedwith waitedwish vaitedHh
with Hh battle flags flying from all thetpe the thetps thetUpl
tps The Japanese fleet formation formationrepresented formationr
represented r the first letter of the Jap Japalle Japatlea f
alle alpbabet Inverted
At + 730 30 p m the Russians U S headed for forthe fortht forthe
the Japanese and Admiral Togo veeredslightly veered veeredsiightly veeredaHghtly
slightly to the right in order to bringpressure bring bringpressure brinepreflsure
pressure against alnst the head of the Rus Russian RUBfa Russfan ¬
sian fa n formation At 8 p m the theians Bus Russians Busclans ¬
clans changed their course and headed headedio beadediOIthWard headedtorthward
torthward io rth ward Admiral Togo followed in inong inlong
iOIthWard fctong long ong single inle line ordering the destroy destroyyb destroyand troy troyand
yb and torpedo boats to prepare for ana an anartck
artck 8 t ek after sundown 8undool
A At l 832 p m the small flotillas 110m swung swunground swungatuund UJ1C UJ1Cuund
round the rear r of the Japanese fleet1l fleet fteetHili
urn 1l headed hea ecl towards the Russians attuU at atlull atIll
lull Ill iI peed ppetdAt peedAt
At 1 930 the fourteenth flotilla dolly dellvf deUvpd
f pd i the first attack on the Russian Russiant Rua ian
t 11 e > now no in the rear of a point five fivemill tlvenl evehub
mill nl l s outside the entrance to Port Ar Artlii Arth I It
t th tlii II 1 Immediately lmmedia after the fifth flotilla
divered d fvered a second attack The Bus BusFian Busiall Bussian
Fian iall fleet was confused and it was imlable im imi I
i lable > i liS > siibie < i ble for it to retreat quickly Intoth into intothe
the th harbor on acount of the narrow 1IaITO 1IaITOfI8 narrownss
fI8 nf s of the channel and possibly the1ow the J
low h tideAt tide tideAt ti t tAt >
At 1039 p m the Russian fleet flettanchored ft fleetam t
am anchored pored > d in a single nele line extending I
from the foot of Wantsudag fort to the
bas ba c of Chentaorhan During I > erbIs the night nightthe I Itht
Die > torpedo flotillas kept up constant eonstantatias j j jIak
attacks Iak ks on the Russian fleet going at in j i
fcrht ei h t times timesThe timesIhe timesThe
The most effective attack was thatof that thatef i
ef the sixteenth flotilla which at 11301 11301p 1138 1138m
p m caught Cu t the Russians Ruaial RuaialShfnshtn rounding
Sheii Shfnshtn shen The first class c torpedo tor boat i
Shirataka Commander Wakabayshi WakabaphlIput i ipent
pent two torpedoes into inta a hattle battleship ltlp of I
the Peresviet class She he was a8 seen to mk I
in a of smoke and fire Other Othereffects Othereffects
effects of the attack were were tOre not observed observedon
on account of the heavy firing whichcant which whichr whl b bdlft I
r cant a dlft t volumes of water over o tT the AotIUd flotilla flotillafcd 8ot111ad
fcd d the heavy cannonading which wldcllNat rent rentT restair
T I air Th The searchlights from the theLfip tJMi theps 1
Lfip i pili and forts also blinded the Jap Japanese iaDanew ap ¬ j
anew aneseAt anewAt
At dawn Friday a reconaasaianee of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the entrance was as made by the fourth fotutband fourthand fourthand
and fifth flotillas whose Jao e report eon eonfirmed eoafirmed eonfirmed
firmed that of the patrol trol ships iPl an a Ii to tothe tothe tothe
the Russian Iou IocsAdmiral IouAdmiral lotsAdmiral
Admiral Togo says J the JD moon moonlight < < ht and andthe andthe andthe
the narrow line of the enemy prevented preventedhis pre eRted eRtedhi
his hi fleet from inflicting mOldi greater eater damage damageThe dam damThe damageThe
The Japanese loss lost was unexpectedlysmall unexpectedly unespectedly8Olan unexpectedlyemail
email The Thedestroyer destroyer Shirakump wasstruck was wasstruck was6t
struck 6t ruck in the cabin and three of her hercabin hereabin hercabin
cabin men were killed and three1s three threewounded threeoun4ed
1s wounded woundedThe oun4edThe oundedThe
The first class torpedo boat Chided Chidoriwas Chidedwan
was struck in the engine eaglnepedoe room toe torpedoe toepedoe
pedoe boats M K S and 53 were wereThe damaged dftiMgedThe damagedThe
The others engaged were UDiftju UDiftjuIn uninjured uninjuredIn I
In conch conclurHn H line hili hi report Admiral Toco TocoThe T TIIa Tn Tnstays
stays IIa S
I The be Sbe eae effect tllt of the attack and the small
lass los must WIt be I e attributed attrl butee to the BUw BUwtrioua m mtrioUB 81wtrioua
trioua virtues vtrt of his I a majesty majestywxwtt majestyrao majestyma
wxwtt TBOM rao na i mean meanTfereteg 1MMrtIM wPerdag
Tfereteg tit tIM Mgkt 3f lsforrs ort MtthrY13tiasen Jtwhrjr JtwhrjrSeason hbrTSeaacm
Season SeasonWith Seaacmwah 13tiasenWith
With General Kuroki Army in theField the theField t
Field Feng Wang Cheng June 31 SoVia Via Via
Seoul Korea KoreaA A party of o eighteen cor correspondents eorrespondents correspondents ¬
respondents and military attaches ha has hasbeen
been conducting a tour of the mainJapanese main mainJapanese tn tnJapanne
Japanese works orb beyond headquarters headquartersThat headquarterI headquartersThat
That the greatest creat care has been taken takenm takenIn
I In building them the attaches remarked remarkedtemporary remarkedI remarkedtemporary
temporary defenses having been con constructed constructed On Ontructed ¬
structed with more pains than mostEuropean most mostEuropean mostEuropean
European armies would take undersimilar under undersimilar undermUar
similar mUar circumstances At Liao Yang Yangwhere Yan Yanhere
where here it Waif hitherto thought the first firstmeeting firstmeeting I IIDeetml
meeting between the two armies in
force would occur the Russians Ru slana have havegum havecun havetuns
gum cun in position po ltlon mounted on the city citywall cityWaIl citywall
wall aod trenches on the plain n south of ofthe ottbe ofthe
the city extending over an area of 180 180eleIPeL
decrees degi es These trenches are so con constructed contructed conatructed ¬
structed that they can be flooded dur ¬
ing the rainy rain season t > a on Recent rains indicate in indicate Indicate ¬
dicate the beginning of tie tt wet season masonwhen seasonwhen 112800wben
when military mlUtar movements upon a large largescale larseecale largeresle
scale will be greatly handicapped handlcap and andperhaps andperhaps andperhaps
perhaps rendered impossible for formonths formonths formonths
months or moreThe more moreThe moreThe
The Japanese J apane e are completing ar arrangements arrangement arrangements ¬
rangements for the transportation transportationwhereby tranaportatlonwhereby transportationwhereby
whereby facilities for the supply of ofI
I the army will be assured regardless or ofweather orweather
weather conditionsKoreans conditions conditionsKoreans conditionsIConana
Koreans are bringing brin < < ing in many stories storicI storleof storiesof
I of Cossack Co saek outrages In Northeastern
1 Korea According to these reports the thenatives thenatives thenatives
natives have been forced to furnish furnishsupplies furnishsupplies
supplies to the marauders marau er wto have I
frequently burned the he Louses ouse of the thevillager thevillagers
villager vIII and illtreated their women omen
In justice to the Russians it must l besaid be besaid I
said d that the Chinese hereabouts have
been liberally paid for work and sup ¬
plies during the Russian occupancy A Ai
i few buildings were burned along the
line of their retreat but the towns were
left mostly most undamagedWither undamaged undamagedWithin undamagedWithin
Within the Japanese e line the coun
try is enjoying its usual prosperity pro perity ex except exl8pt except ¬
cept that tt at the merchant suffer Bu < < er from fromi
i the stoppage of traffic with the inter ¬
ior Farmers find a good market for fortheir fortheir fortheir
their products Pr dUCS and coolies get unusual unusualprices unWRJalprieM unusualprices
prices for their labor In most of the
towns t wns the local magistrate continue continuetheir continuetheir
their Jurisdiction under Japanese su supervision supervision ¬
pervision pervisionJUrMZAI pervlslon1t1a8U pervisionIT7ISIA
Demoralized Condition of th thArntj tAe tAebJa7 theArmy
Army ArmyThu Arntjj bJa7TieR
j TieR Tsin Tam June 27 1A A correspondent correspondentof
of the Associated A oelatecl Pieaa ha ham seen eea a
translation of a p PClWai ate ata 1etterrr lettertroai t 21Iltu a aolfeer an anofficer aao
I officer o icer higt in gom command nd under General
Kuropatkln to toa a Brother officer giving
a gloomy view of ofthe the he situation for Rus Russia RusBIa Russia ¬
sia and making disclosures The writ writer writer writer ¬
er says saysrIt saysit Y6 Y6It
It is a shame o i see oil ffa s rx on cnatantb t n nstantly
stantly qua Tel reJi livid lividtt I m rnu t cryt7ee cryt7eeand iues iuesand Qe1
and fightirT 6gh f ti f r i Is r runtil I H iit J s suntil
until Japan the common enemy u for forcotten forgotten ¬
gotten Every owe olJefrom from the vii v vi roy
and Kuropatkin Kl ropatJdn to insignificant sub subalterns 8111 suroalterns ¬
alterns ia i quarreling and unwilling to toobey toobey toobey
obey orders In the eyes of th u > corre correspondent correspondents urr urrpol1dents < ¬
spondent and foreign attaches attac 5 we at u
disgraced Until the whole ole syeton is ischanged ischanged ischanged
changed we cannot hope for victory
Jealousy and suspicion suspicionare are rampant rampantthroughout rampantthroughout
throughout t the army The members of ofour ofour
our secret cret service are so o busy spying
on each other oU r that they th y cannot ap ¬
prehend th the spies and Japaiutw Jc e8 ageius ageiuswho ageI1fwho agcnutawho
who work w rk with impunity Japan seem ¬
ingly ingl knows every ee1 plan made by b uswhich us uswhich is iswhlch
which accounts ac < ounts for many plan > Iat haring hav havtne ¬
ing been changed suddenly Our brave bravesoldiers brneOldien bravesoldiers
soldiers go 0 into battle like sheep to the theshamble tiesbamblel theshambles
shamble No one can deny their loy lOYalty ¬
alty but until they tbe they tlae are properiv properivofficered properivoftlcered propertyomcered
officered their loyalty and seal are arewasted are1tast aremasted
wasted wastedEurope 1tast 1tastEurope masted mastedEurope
Europe now know we are a divided
bouse and will profit accordingly
Those who Lave the welfare of Russia Russiaat
at A heart cannot help feeling eelln that if
Port Arthur falls and Japan take Uao
Yai5 the powers will intervene to our oureternal oureterual oureternal
eternal disgrace disgraceBU disgraceau
BU xA IA GKBTS A ZlkPOZTlitkharol JtHPOM JtHPOMJsakharoff a1IPOallakharojf
Jsakharoff > Tells 1elJ of Amy JCor JCorments Movmanb on oneats
ments eats
St Petersburg Pete bur June 27Tbe 27 The general generalstaff paeraf paerafeta generalstaff
staff eta < < has received the following foilowiB dis dispatch di diI dispatch ¬
I patch from Lieutenant General Sak
baroff dated June 26 4tTllere 20There
There is I reason to suppose that aconsiderable a aconsiderable acolUll4erable
considerable force of the enemy pro proceeded proceeded proceeded ¬
ceeded from the Wangtaia station n nI nthe
I the direction of the mountains march mare mareiug ¬
ing northward toward the Chapan pass passOur pasoOur pesoOur
Our patrols on June 25 2 noticed that thatthe thatthe thatthe
j the Japanese were beginning to move movealong movealong movealong
along tbe northern Sin YenKai Chau Chauroad Chauroad
I road from Toukaukau and PanUiapel Pantt > lapef
in tbe direction of the Wei Vel Ta PassZarmy Pass PassEnemy Passaay
Enemy Took the Advanc AdvancThe AdvanasThe
The enemy on June 35 5 undertook to toadvance o oa4ance oadvance
advance from Seluchan toward the theLJao theLino
LJao Yang main road and also al80lon al80lonthe along
the road leading leadln < < to the Mao TieD pass passthrough pasathrough passthrough
through Tangputae and Tafangkueleven Tafangku Tafangkueleven
eleven miles milesDOrtbwest northwest of Seluchan SeluchanA
A battalion advanced along the theUao theLiao theLiao
Liao Yang main road and a regiment regimentof
of infantry and twosquadrons two squadrons of cav cavalry cavairy cavalry ¬
alry along the valley of the Teao riverA river riverA riverA
A battalion and two squadrons drons march marched mareled marched ¬
ed westward in the direction of tbe tbemountains tbemountains themountains
mountainsThe mountains mountainsThe mountainsThe
The enemy on the main road was wasstopped wasstopped as asstopped
stopped first by two companies ofsharpshooters of ofsharpshooters ofsbarpshooters
sharpshooters constituting our van vanposts vanpoti vanpush
posts which slowly started northwardieinforeed northward northwardfeint0ree4
Reinforced by two companies tbe tbecnemy tbetufmy thet4semy
cnemy at 230 J6 in the afternoon seen occupied oceupled seenpled ¬
pled Tuinpn The sharpshooter retired re retired
north toward Phakhecsau twen twentytwo tweQtytwo twentytwo ¬
tytwo mile mil a north of Seluchan Our
losses I were Lieutenant Oglobeff Oclobe < < and
five sharpshooter wounded woundedJap woundedJapa woundedJape
Jap Jape Were Turned Back
On June 25 about a battalion of Ja Japanese Japanes Japane +
panes pane e infantry marching rching out fromTungoputse from
Tungoputse five V miles northwest of ofi of8eluchan ofSeluchan
i Keluchan along aloll the road to the Mao
Tien pass warn repulsed by two compa compani compaflies
1 flies ni of our sharpshooters sh Iuabootel8 outpostednear outposted
1 near Tafangku The sharpshooters fell
back first upon Urtungti and then up u uon upon > > ¬
on Ko Kontsiaputze Captain Yanchakov Yanchakovi t tky
i aky ky In command Id of one company of ofthe ofthe
1 the sharpshooters rpiItiootell was wounded Hi Hiwounds His Utawounds Hiswounds
wounds wee dressed by Dr Rysctkoff Rysctkoffof Ry ctkoft ctkoftof
of tbe Red Cross and Captain Yanchukovsky Yan Yanchukcvsky Tanchukovtrky
chukcvsky wa moat being carried to the therear tINrar therear
rear on a stretcher cher when the Japanese Japaneserushed Japaneserushed Japane e erushed
rushed on from the flank Three Threestretcher Thleestretcher Threestretcher
stretcher bearers were wounded andcaptured and andcaptured andeaptured
captured and Captain Yancbukovaky Yancbukovakyand
and Dr Uyscbkoff were also captnved rapt captWe raptWe
We also had two sharpshooters aharpahootenan killed killedand kWedand =
and an Lieutenant SerpuJthovitinoff o f andthtrteef and andthirteen
thirteen sharpshoters woundedDuring wounded wouJt4eCUrln woundedDuring
During Urln the night of t June 25 the themy tuae tuaemy > 1 1Iftl
my a regiment of infantry and a regi regim regittAelat
m Tumpn ttAelat nt t of ofcavwy cavalry strong remained atTbinpu at atTumpn atTlmpa 1
Infantry on the Road RoadAt RoadAt
At 9 oclock ocloc k on the morning af 8 June
An abject lesson which shows conclt8iv8y how the cpihHt rapit hct proitg and Ij the laborer loses under the beneficent admin
IstratJon of the Republican promise ot a t LdmnerpaIP dJBntpaf rLI roliy roliyThis y yt yt
t f
7 7a
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bill This I is the la b xrbuying orhu ing value 31tH of a dollar The dlar h llar This is s the liv tv ngbuyln ng buying value of a dollar which dwin
today wW mor labor and dJs in sire jze whet 1 the laborer seeks ks to buy the necessities ncce8ldtteaof
of life
1 J IndianapOlis sentinel ntinel
2C a Japanese battalion marched along a atile
f the flu YenPat Yea Pal Cheng CbeD road from fl 1n
Ktokhodsa in the direction of Vandsia
Poise The enewys fhe1It Infantry an and aacImounted andmounted < J Jmounted
mounted gun followed the vanguard vanguardat anguardat
at midday middayThe midda middaThe middayThe
The enemy also al o resumed the ad advance
vance on the morning of June 2f C front
Tuinpu in the direction of Ikhakhehun Ikhakhehunalong Ikba1thebunalong Il hakhehunalong
along the main road by the road to the theKadlapudae theMadiapudze
Madiapudxe pass turning our right rightThe rightThe
The enemy located in the Mao Tien Tienpus
pus as
At least a regiment of infantry with withartillery withartillery withartillery
artillery was ordered to proceed along
the main road to Liao Yang This de detachment detachment detachment ¬
tachment reachedTidiavaisa at 9 a m mStill atiltill ft ft1tI1
Still JLnothar Report IteportWe ReportWe xportWe
We have received no other report reportreAftlln reportre
regaldin re Ing this movement movementFollowing movementFollowing movementlowing
Following lowing are the details of th threconnaissance the thereconnaissance
reconnaissance reconnalM n e of the Japanese forces forcesmade forcesmade forcesmade
made by a Ru Russian slan detachment on June
33 at Ayariamyna yarta lYlla AiYangTien AiYangTienMen AiYang Tlen TlenMen
Men At 1030 a m the cavalry of our ouradvance ouradvance ouradvance
advance guard ard drove the enemy from fromthe fromtbe fromthe
the trenches of their advanced advancedtions peal positions peallions ¬
tions At 120 p m four Russian guns gunsof gunsof 1 1of
of the mountain horse artillery had hadbeen badbeen hadbeen
been placed pJc < ed in position po ition against the theenemys theenemys i
enemys right flank which they bom bombarded bombarded ¬ I
barded with great success the enemy enemyretiring enemyretiring I Iretiring
retiring The serried ranks of the theJapanese theJapanese theJapanese
Japanese troops developed a violent fu fusilade tuallade fuailade
silade which however was almost almostwithout almostwithout almostwithout
without r result resultAt resultAt ult ultAt
At this mom moment nt our infantry came cameup cameup cameup
up and four companies were thrown thrownagainst thrownagainst
against the right flank of the enemys enemysposition enemysposition enemysposition
position one compuny being held in re reserve reerve reserve ¬ I
serve to protect our right flank againstwhich against acalnatwhic j
which whic two Japanese companies were wereadvancing wereadvancln wereadvancing
advancing advancingThe advanclnThe advancingThe
The enemy fell hack under the ener energetic enerUc energetic ¬
getic Uc pressure p ure of onr oerftre fire for a distance distanceof 4i 1tance 1tanceof
of two or three mile l evacuating their theirposition tbeirposJUon theirposition
position at 4 p m mComaek DteodrJI mCasaaaka
Comaek in i th the light i
At the moment that our Cossacks Cossacksbattery Co Cossacksbattery aaeu aaeubattery
battery approached the enemys prin principal principal pu s sdpal ¬
cipal position it was exposed expo ed to the theconcentrated tbeconcentrated theconcentrated
concentrated fire of eighteen mountain mountainguns mountainpn mountainguns
guns and within wit bin a few minutes eight eightCossacks elcbtCo eightCotsacka
Cossacks Co aaclul were killed I and twenty were werevoimded wereTtae weret9auddVT
voimded t9auddVT The gunners at that time timehad timethe timelaid
had the hHet st t tcpf j lot > t the nearest toae eto stosebuilding toaebuilding e ewildiQat
building but our companies co panies continued continuedto
to repulse repal e the enemy until the main mainposition mainposition mainposition
position of the enemy was reached reachedwhen leatheden reachedwhen
when en three regiments of Japanese in infantry infantl infantry ¬
fantry fantl were discovered Having as ascertained ucertained ascertained ¬
certained the strength of the enemy enemythe enfmythe enemythe
the commander nder of our detachment de determined deI determined ¬
termined to stop the h advance and or ordered ordered ordared ¬
I dered the mountain battery not to tochange tochanle tochange
change its position In order not tcexpose tcexpo tc toexpose
expo expose it to unnecessary unnece aalT losses lossesThe 101lBttThe lossesThe
The enemys right flank took the of offensive oftenl ¬ i ifenaive
fensive tenl ve at 6 p m Our two companies companiesof > S
of 0 sharpshooters srp hootera and a company of ofcavalry ofcavalry ofcavalry
cavalry commanded by Second Captain CaptainCerderberg j I ICerderbe
Oerderberg Cerderbe having dismounted put th thJapanese the ttwJapanese theJapanese >
Japanese battalion to full retreat by bywell bywell
well sustained su talned pointblank volleys volleyswhich volleyswhich olles olleshich
which hich inflicted considerable losses lossesThank lossest0
Thank ThaJt ThaataThe to th the Darkness DarknessThe DarkueaThe
The fight continued until nightfall nightfallThanks nightfallThanks nightfallThanks
Thanks to the t darkness s we were able ableto ableto ableto
to move our guns A vacillating ad advance advance advane ¬
vance of the enemys infantry wag Maschecked wagelaecked wa wachecked
checked by the fire of eur sharpshooti sharpshootiera snarpshoot j jer 1era
er era and the fight ended at 9 p m mOur mOur mOur
Our losses were Staff Lieutenant LieutenantColonel LieutenantColonel
Colonel Romeiko Gourki Go urld Lieutenant LieutenantColonel LieutenantColonel LieutenantColonel
Colonel Yakovlef Leutenant of Cossacks Cos Cossack Co Coeaeka ¬
sack Nevitoff Second Lieutenant of ofCossacks ofCoseaclul ofCossacks
Cossacks Nikolaieff Ni laieff Second Lieutenant LieutenantSchifloski Lie LieutenantSehifloski tenant tenantand
Schifloski and Second Lieutenant Hoff Hoffman Hoftman Hoffman
man and twentysix men killed and andfiftythree i ififtythree I
fiftythree wounded wound ld seven of themseriously them themseriously I
seriously seriouslyThe seriouslyThe
The enemys enemylo T losses ea were consider considerable considerable ¬ I I Iad
able aun
0rite Cr Ia of tllia th war If Near ear earHand at atRand I ITa
Hand HandTa RandTa i iHat
Ta TcbeKia Tche Kla Between n Kia Chou and andHal andHat f
Hat Cheng Liao Tung nc Peninsula PeninsulaJune PeninsulaJune J
June 27 Zfia 7245 245 a m mA A great battle battleseem battleseems
seems to be impending A portion of ofthe ofthe ofthe I
the Russian Rns lau army has assumed 8l 8omed the offensive of offensive ¬ J Jfensive
fensive against the Japanese forces forcesreported fon forcesmmanded
lmmandedby mmanded by General Oku and it Is Isreported i
rported reported that Kuroki i is moving along j jthe I Ithe I
the Russian left flank against Hi Hing HiCheng j
I Cheng ng According to a highplaced highplacedpersonage bighplaccdpeno highplacedpersonage
personage peno e General Kurokis army is isstrong j
strong tron enough to take the offensive offensiveand j jand I Iuael
and be presumably is anxibus for a j I Idecisive idecisive
decisive action before the rains begin beginSharp I ISharp ISharp
Sharp firing was beard in the hills hillsyesterday j iyesterda
yesterday at daybreak and severe severefighting S severefighting erc ercbUn
fighting bUn i Ie reported to be in progress progressnear progrc progrcnear w wnear
near the village of Ton Chen ben An orulcer of officer ¬
ulcer who galloped in yesterday even evening evenIng evening ¬
ing reported that the llusslar were weregaining weregaining
gaining the upper hand and driving I I
back the enemy enem This however hasnot has hasnot I Inot
not yet b been n confirmed confirmedAll
All day yesterday Russian troops troopswere troopswere troopswere I
were hurrying southward from Ta TaTche TaTehe
Tehe Kiao and nd as night fell battalions battalionswere battal battaInswere ns nswere
were continually moving out briskly to wthe tnthe i ithe
the accompaniment of their hattk bs batthsongs t j
songs Cloud of dust hong over the tbemIrcbin themarching j
marching mIrcbin columns columnsS
i i1rrIiK
BRTTI S 1rrIiK JLinSXC 8TKAJQUI 811U trI4l xh xhkutala SSEDBBD SSEDBBDRussia Awr9I1 I IWU1
Russia Will KoUl War oW Contraband of ofIFar ofAar It
Vladivostok June ft 1The The prize prizecourt prizert prizecourt
court rt has condemned the llritishsteamer British BritishIIteamer i iAteamer
steamer AUanton captured by the thely thei
i Russian a Vladivostok squadron re i eeta eetaly Ent EntIy
ly In the straits of Korea for carrying carryingcontraband carryingcontraband
contraband of war and has confiscated confiscatedthe < onfizJ ated atedthe
I the ship and her cargo rao of 1500 500 tons tonsof t tonsof ns nsof
of anthracite antlnac te coal valued at 500000De 500000 5000001 5000001The t tThe
The firm at Singapore to which the thecoal HectNtl ttecgal
coal was consigned cons sed W the same con conoErn j J Jolrn
otrn that supplied Japan Japa D with ith con contraband < on ¬
traband nd during the J JapaneseChinese JapaneseChinesewar Chinese Chinesewar Chin e I
war warThe warThe
The Japanese schooner captured by b bthe
the Russian R torpedo boats at attbe the time timeof timeof J
of the recent raid ha baa also aJ o been con condemned condamned on ondemned ¬
demned demnedThe damnedThe A
The captains of the jI prises IieII are allowed alloweda aJ1 wed weda
a month In whict to appeal appealCbinsM appealCbiraeas
CbinsM mwa LeaY Lea va Bovt rt1 rt14rthur 4rthurCheefoo 4rthur 4rthurCheefoo IrthvCbeetoo
Cheefoo June 27 2i7 7 p m mChine mChinesearriving Chinese Chinesearriving e earriving
arriving in Junk from the vicinity vltln ty of ofPort ofPort
Port Arthur rport t that the Russianshave Russians Russianshave RI an anaye
have ordered all Chine Chi Chirtessa to leave that thatplace
place A number num r of shells fell in the thetown thetown thetown I
town of Port Arthur during the bom bombardment bombardment bombardment ¬
bardment by h the Japanese on June 23 23but 3 3but t
but no damage was wa done many Ian of the theshell thehfita
shell hfita falling failin to xploi A 1 Japanese Jajjanesofficer Japaneseofficer >
officer who ho vent tnt on hoard on OJ It > of n tIll th1junks thejunks
junks off Q1 the Mire T Tic o islands set sevSai s
1 J Ji
> Sai o riilsiisiisill Vri
> c < c o o
i i
entt entjrjfefe 0 e miles lB Ues south of Port Arthur ArthurWMm ArtrI8e8e Arthurtd
I WMm td Chinese I8e8e that one Js Japanese J4paneletor J4paneletorped se tor torpedoat terwag
p pedoat ped was damaged ed during durbe the en ennt 4lDI Rncif
nt off of Port Arthur on June Juneand 11 11aad 23and
I and ak It In the gulf of Pechili The Theoffice Tbea Theomtei
office stated a e that two other Japanese Japanesetorped Japaneseto Japa Japato
i torped to boats ts were badly badl damaged damagedoks damagedI damagedFeohts
I JAeb oks Like a Trap TrapSt TrapSt p p6t
St aSetersburg lie te nburg June 27 27527 527 p m
The Japanese aJNDe e have evacuated ea Uated Senu I
j Chen Apparently S ently with the t e object of ofITT ofeBtlc ofenticing
i eBtlc enticing Ueneral eral ITT Kuropatljn Kuropat jut n south in inuroki Inthe
the awhile General ICuroki uroki is ad advaneinf adan ad advan
I van vaneinf an on Hal Chen ready to attack
tte Rsjwian left and is again moving mo tn
troop t11orth north from Feng Wang Cheng
The result of the recent develop deeJoPmea developmenta ¬
menta ment mea it is believed by the general generalstaff generalstaff aeral aerals
j staff s trill will defer the prospects of a
big bI battle Jaa Ie The Russian Rusai lost eighty eightyone ty tyone
one ln in the recent fight t north of ofAi ofAi ofAt
Ai Tancr T r Pien r en Men about sixty miles milesnortneisft mUesnort milesnort
nortneisft nort of Feng Wang Cheng on the
Mufcdan fult Htad HtadIrimh rsadIrldt d dIrWa
Irimh O Get t Interested InteraatedBelfaAt InterestedBetfatK htenteclBeltIreland
BetfatK BeltIreland Ireland June 27 1The The own owners ownera ¬
era ofthe of Jhe British steamer Allantqn Allantqncapture AlJantQJtcapt Allantoncaptmv3d
captmv3d capt capture by the Russian Vladivostok Vladivostoksquadron Yladiv Vladivostoksquadrrtt tok
squadron 84 during its recent raid in the
Strait of Korea received a cable mea message meaan mensage ¬
sage from tr JI1 Vladivostok today saying Yln
the prif court there had decided to toconfiscate tocon toeonfssc
eonfssc confiscate con ac4e the ship hip and her cargo ca The Theowners 7beOW Theowners
owners OW I8 sent a dispatch to Vladivo Vladivostok ¬
stok instructing ruetlng the captain of the th A1
lanton to appeal Iai peal In the meanwhile meanwhilethe
the British Brit government haw asked Bps Russia Rossla Bpssin ¬
sin to famish full detailsof detail ottbe of the seis seisure seiaure is isure
ure of the steamer steamerJUis steamerkaaeans teamer8t
JUis kaaeans i s XeavTVlJrftt XeavTVlJrfttSt X Mesa alt altSt
St Petersburg June 27118 27 1123 a m
Dtapateke received ied here from Ta Tche
Kilo indicate that both the te Russian Russianand RuU1ann4lnee RussianandJapanese
n4lnee and Japanese armies are moving into intocontact intocontact intocontactftr
contact contactftr jfcr a great battle which even e evennow en ennow
now may be in progress progressGeneraj progTe88Ge progressGenersil
Generaj Ge Kuropatkin yesterday yeaterdayillUmed as assumed assumed ¬
sumed the a offensive against General
Qkfc 0I white w General Kuroki from a po position poIIItion position ¬
sition fourteen miles to the eastward eastwardwas eutwardwa
was wa moving against the Russian flank flankat Oankat flankat
at Hal HalaAa Gfeeng GfeengSAD
aAaZ aAaas SAD Z KWLQX as O arm HI 9 Q0Aff Q0Affmn thirse
1tti mn se ra tf a 4 ote JtA A 8maU 8n all bfase bfasewhich b blasewhich ase asewhlrh
which started in a jewelry store resulted reeu reeuIn
in a general fJen ral conflagration which destroyed
the main portion of tbe town The loss lossreaches lOllsrea lyosa lyosareaches
reaches rea hes 900000 with very eJ little InsuranceThe insurance insuranceTbe insura e eThe
The heaviest individual losers are Schuler
Knox W5 ti6000 GOD 00 and the Shasta Box
Mercantile company compan IWOOflO The other otherlosses otherare otherloseesare
loseesare losses are from WtO 500 00 to 16000 e W <
NEGRO OR WHITE MAN MANPeculiar MANPeouliar MANPeculiar
Peculiar Case of Assault anYoung on a aYoung aYoung
Young Lady in in In Indiana IndiaJlI Indiana ¬
diana dianaEvanwille diaJlIEv dianaEvansville
Evansville Ev v le Ind June 27Smythe 27 Z7Harry Z7HarrySmythe Harry HarrySmythe
Smythe an express messenger ran into intothe Intotbe in inthe
the police station earl early today and ld an announced annouaeed anflounced ¬
flounced that a negro had assaulted assaultedClara anaultedCIa assaultedClara
Clara CIa Weinbach aged 20 with whom whomhe w whe hom
he was walking a a few minute before beforeHe beforeHe
He had been driven away at atthe the pornof point pointof t
of a revolver He said the assault had hadoccurred badrred hadoccurred
occurred rred in the yard of the Chandieavenue Chandler Chandleravenue Chandleravenue r
avenue school Officers were hastily hastilydetailed hastilydetailed
detailed and on reaching reacb DI the school schoolhouse schoolhouse
house found Miss K 1I8 Weinbach coming comingout comingout
out She repeated the story of the attack at attack attack ¬
tack on her by tile negro and of her herefforts herefforts herefforts
efforts to assist a i t Smythe of Smythes Smythesfight Smythesftcbt nythesfight
fight for aid and of her being beil1 dragged draggedinto draggedInto draggedinto
into the school yard and assaulted She Shegave Shegave Shegave
gave a description of the negro she ac accused a acused accused ¬
cused This caused intense excitement excitementSheriffs excitementSheriffs t tSberiffs
Sheriffs posses were organized ex extra extra extra
tra police were were re sworn in officers of theNational the theNational theNational
National Guard were notified noti ed to be beready beready
ready to protect the prisoner prI oner and andBaptiBttoYn andBaptialtown
Baptlsttown the scene of the race riots riotsof riotsof
of July last was searched Several Scwelalsuspected Severalsuspected
suspected negroes werequietly were quietly held heldCaptain heldCaptain heldCaptain
Captain Brennecke of the police de department deptrtment department
partment while hUe the search was being beingcontinued beingcontinued beingcontinued
continued after daylight called at the thehome th thborn thehome
home born of Miss Weinbach and found her herapparently herapparently herapparently
apparently in no serious condition She Shetalked Shetallred Shetalked
talked calmly and after leaving herCaptain her herCaptain hfleapin
Captain Brennecke intimated that un nnder under under
der close clo e questioning Miss Weinbachhad Weinbach Weinbachhad Weinbachhad
had implicated a white man who was wasa wasa wasa
a rival of Smythe for her affections affectionsThis atrectionsTille affectionsThis
This announcement by the police policeauthorities policeauthorities policeauthorities
authorities quieted the excitement excitementThe excitementT excitementThe
The T e Rocky MountainsWhen Mountains MountainsWhen ouutaiJaaWhen
When you go goon on that eastern trip see seethMtsour seefir leeut
ut thMtsour fir tklte tickets ka read via The Color ColoraIlidf Cobrado a adoMidlsnd
doMidlsnd do Ilidf ul d either el aw golyei going o returning returningYon retumln retumlnYou returningYou
You get all the beat scenery this way wayThrough wayThroach wayThrough
Through Standard and V Tonrist Sleep SleepRoyal Sleepers SleepeeL
V C CRoyal
Royal Bread won its popularity on onmerit onmerit onmerit
merit All grocers sell it None gen genuine genuiae genulae ¬
uine without our label with the crown
Fatal 1 = i Expl Ez1 ExpiwiM lasiH if Bundle in inStortroem inSteraNeat inY
Stortroem StortroemI
to toIIAIY
XHCEK x ycx BAJCACW DAJlU8PIdIa4eIphJa ORUIJ iUBRFEHK iUBRFEHKPhiladelphia L LPidladelphla
Philadelphia Pa June 7 IThree Three prT prTson per per8Q persans
son 8Q sans II were were killed kJ ecI and aa a half Ja It dosen douDI wan waninjred wer werinjured
injured I late today as a result of theexplosion the theexplosion tilee
e explosion of f a small IMIDdIe bye bundle of Ofin fire Mewoaks firemood
woaks in tile store room of the DIa DIamGlld Dfstmood
mood Fireworks company at 291 S3 Arch Archstreet Archstreet uehIItreeL
street The be deadJacob dead deadJacob deadJacob
Jacob Jancovitch aged M 9ll yean yeanO yeaO yeah
O Berman 27 years yearsLena yearaLe yearsLena
Lena Le Sempson empllon 21 year yearTheflreworka yeanIThe years yearsThe
The Theflreworka Arework concern occupied the thefirst tileftnt thefirst
first floor of the building The second secondfloor secondfloor ecoadftoor
floor was vacant and the third story storywas storywu storywas
was occupied by the French Hat and andBonnet andBonnet andBonnet
Bonnet Frame company colII > > Y Janeovitch Janeovitchwas
was the proprietor of the hat and bon bonnet bonnet bonnet ¬
net concern concern and Berman and Miss MissSempson Miss8emp MissSempson
Sempson 8emp on were Ms employes These Thesethree The Thesethree e etbree
three were the only persons above thefirst the thefirst tbeI
first door About a dozen osen person were wereemployed wereemployed wereemployed
I employed by the fireworks company companyThe companyI companyThe
I The c e of the fireworks explosion explosionis
is not known knc wn Thomas Con Conway way one of oftbe ofthe
I the firm of the fireworks company was wasfor wasI
I I wrapping a small bundle ot fireworksfor fireworks I
I for a customer when it exploded Al Almost Almo ¬
imost most mo t instantly the entire room full of offireworks otftreworlr offlrewouka
fireworks became ignited from flying flyingrockets fiylngrocke flyingrockets
rockets rocke and firecrackers All the em employes employee emon ¬
ployes on the first floor escaped with without without ¬
out serious injury The front of the thefirst tbeftrst thefirst
first floor was blown out by the explosbu ex explostou explosion
plostou of powder and soon the entire entirebuilding entirebuUdlng entirebuilding
building was in flames Every effort effortwas
I was mac < to rescue those th 8e on the thirdfloor third thirdfloor thirdI
floor Firemen climbed ladders in the themidst theI
midst of tae pyrotechnics and finally finallyreached finallyreached finallyreached
reached those on tbe third floor Miss MissSempson KissSempson HissSampson
I Sempson and Jancovitch J were found foundalive foundalive foundalive
alive but died in a hospital Berman
was dead when he was taken taMitlom from the
building buildingDuring bui14ngDuring buildingDuring
During the fires fire progress three fir flrvmen 01 01men firmen
men were injured and three tb other per persone pertIOIUJ persons
sons were cut and burned but their tht > ir
injuries are not serious
The flame am spread to ttte tI building
occupied by C H Rte publisher publisherof puU8h r rot
of Catholic books book aDdtJtat and that ocoupitd
by J L 1 Cibney te 1 Bros BroLdealer dealers in inautomobile inautomobile i n nautomobile
automobile supplies but did no serious
I damage130000Entire damage Entire loss on all three build
i ings 130000 130000FATALSHOOTING 000 000FATAlSHOOTING
w b bThaws
Thaws Hamilton Shot Dead at atEmmet atEIftlt atEmmet
Emmet Idaho b by a loaf loafHis Jealass
His Husband HusbandBate HlIsba HlIsbaBeIIie
Bate Idaho ldab June 27 27At 27AtEmmet At V Emmetthis Emmet Emmetthte EmmettIda
this SBorning Thomas Hamilton pro proprtetor proIeter propeleto
prtetor Ieter of the Idaho Meat market was wasnot wasot wasshot
shot not ot to death in front tr Dt of hi his place of ofBusiness ofbr ofbustness
Business by Albert White White gave gavehimself pehim8e1f gavehimself
himself up at once and was placed in incustody incustody i n ncustody
custody to await the arrival of ttu ttusheriff thtllherift th thsheriff
sheriff from Caldwell The shooting shootingwas slJootingVas shootingwas
was was Vas caused cau ed by the alleged attentions attentionsof
of Hamilton to Mrs Yrs t1I White White met metHamilton m mHamlltoa metHamilton
Hamilton this thI morning and after a few fewwords fewwords fewwords
words drew his revolver and fired in instantly instant instantly ¬
stantly stant y killing Hamilton After Hamil Hamiiton Hamilton Hamilton ¬
ton fell White fired a second shot hot into intothe intothe intothe
the body of the prostrate man anI amicoolly anIcooDy anicoolly
coolly walked away giving himself him elt up upto UJ UJto liltfro
to the officers Hamilton Jpo ao M yea years yearsof t1lrs t1lrsof re reof
of age and was well en known in that set section setdOD setfloe ¬
dOD He was unmarried White is a anew anew i inew
new comer and with his wife wit has been beenengaged beenen beenengaged
engaged en in the restaurant re taurant business businessVotice bw businessMattes ne s sxotiee
Mattes to Contraetors ContrasOrsTrustees ContraetorsTrustees CoatIaebanTrustees
Trustees of school hool district No 3 3Salt 3Salt 30 30Salt
Salt Lake county will receive sealed sealtdbid Re81tdb6da sealedbids
bids bid for the erection of a brick school schoolhouseof echoolbowie schoolhouse
houseof bowie of four rooms Plans may b bseen bt btBeeD beseen >
seen at J 1 R Nilsons store JllfteenthSouth FifteenthSouth Fifteenth FifteenthSouth
South and Sixth East and at County CountySuperintendent CounttSuperintendent CountySuperintendent
Superintendent B W Ashtone office ofliceSalt officeSalt officeSalt
Salt Lake City Cft Bids will be received receivedup receindup
up till July 2 We reserve the right rightto rightto
to reject any and all bids bidsB bidsB bidsB
B W MERRILL Chairman ChairmanJ
J I R NILSON Clerk ClerkSixth ClerkSixth ClerkSixth
Sixth East and Fifteenth South Mur Murray Murray blurray ¬
ray Postoffice
CIoH CIoHthl
i Off on te Boys Ckalfhln Ckalfhlnthis Cfofftliiff Cfofftliiffthis
j this thl week at atBARTONS t
For every pver Seventyfive S vent five Cents you now nowI nowRpend nowspend
I spend you get a Dollars worth of Clothing Cloth Clothing Clothing ¬
ing ingWe ingWe ingi
i We prefsf pref refer r to keep Spring stock moving mGJln out outat nt ntat t tat
at any an cost We would rather count heI tfte tftemoney t tmoney
I i money mane than inventory Inllentorvthe the stock stockCLOTHE tockCLOTHE
ii i ii
One Price to All 4547 Main Mainn
65 65R
Midsummer Clearance Sale SaleA
A Clean up of our entire stock of Wash Dress Goods Wash Silks Percales Dim Dimities Dimidea ¬
ities Lawns and Shirt Waist Suitings Ours is a genuine sale of dependable mer merchandise mencliantlise merchandise ¬
chandise and the reductions are absolutely bonafide bonafideMonday bonafideMonday bonatitleMonday
Monday June 27 and all week weekHALF weekt weekHALF
SOc Corded Wash Silks 250 25cl25
125 Satin Foulard FoulardSOc 6 654c 62 I c cSOc
SOc French Foulards 251 25Cf40
100 Fancy Silks SOc SOcG2lAc
6125 125 Fancy Silks 621 G2lAc 62 c
150 Fancy Silks 75c
20c Black India Linon 12 124c 124c20c c c20c
20c Navy Dimities 12 122c 122c20c c c20c
20c Black and White Dimities 12 7220 722020c c c20c
20c Figured Dimities 12 12c 12c20c c c20c
20c Figured Lawns Lawns2c 1 flo flo12tt
12tt 2c Figured Lawns 7 7C c
SOInch Mercerized if Nulls aIls Regular SOc grads 2Jc 2Jc32i
32 32i = > nch elt Sifir Mr Malts 11 Regular 6Oc grade grade32inch riffle SOcJ SOc 3Oe32Inch
J 3 32inch J clt Figured R Oxfords Oll Regular 2Sc grade gradeSO 123Ce f2 c
SO Piece A Assortad orted White OJdor7 Oxford up to 0 Sac 50cOfRS 5 e 20c per yllrfllOURS yard
R K Thomas Dry Goods SO ISO Co m

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