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vr r selllne freely tret > ly at tht figure sad at attwo atwo atwo
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SWALLOW THE LEADER LEADERProhibitionists lEADERProhibitionists LEADERProhibitionists
Prohibitionists Name Namethe the Penn Pennsylvanian Pennsylvanian Pennsylv
sylvanian sylv nian For President Presidentby
by Acclamation AcclamationIndianapolis AcclamafonIndianapoJi AcclarnatonIndianpo1i0
Indianapolis In 1 JuL June 3SThe TIle Pro Prohibition Prohi ThUIi ¬
hibition hi Ii lJiLion Ui tion pajty in national DAtionaleoaentlolt DAtionaleoaentlolttlday convention conventiont coaentloutday
t tlday day nominated Sites C C Swallow of ornnSlvaDl of1unsyIvHnIa
1 unsylvanla for o president and Ger Ge4rAe Ge4rAeW Gere Gerew e eXV
W Carroll of Texas tor rice pr prtI8k1e prIdentnv ldnt ldntTii L Ln1
Tii < platform was adopted without withoutlament 1 1bunent s sinent
lament inent after a long deadlock ck in the theresolutions thertsolutiODS there9u31tiOfls
resolutions committee It was doMcrlbed doMcrlbedI ta cribed cribedby
by I y A H HAJftOS A Amos no8 of Oregan secretary of ofthe oft
the t hf le committee as th the broadest t i plt pltirIn piatfQrm tet tetlurra
lurra ever placed before the people by bythe bthe bythe
the party
partySome
Some Other Planks Planksin
in addition to the pla planks ks on the li liquor liquorQu IIQUOution eor eornutation
nutation Qu Uon it declares the party to be in infivor Int litvfli
International arbitration a asuffrage autrage
fivor t i fJ1 of
suffrage 1 law baaed on mental and nu Jll mtval mtvalua1ificatOU rtL1 rtL1ualiftcatIOil l l4ualideation
4ualideation ua1ificatOU uniform laws for th6 th6untry th thLlnty thuntry
untry and dependenCies popular eeC stect eeCt
t un of s saaators atOTS civil service extension extensionend exte slon slonnd ofl oflZLd
end nd the initiative and nd referendum The Thet
t ust question was recognized by a de deiand deHI ded
iand = HI d for a rigid rl appUeak of the tnecapitalan4 theIrHHiples theI
IrHHiples I riflcipl S of justice to an o eranIstIons eranIstIonscp1ta1ant llIIIdons llIIIdonscdpttal
capitalan4 cdpttal anq labor A reform off offi ot d dc di dirce
demanded and polyg polygtmy polygmy poLygny
i c ref laws la lat s was
tmy my denounced denouncedieneral denounce1hnlral
ieneral iiersI Miles put an end nd to the themovement theTJVement theruvement
movement to nominate him for presi presint presiby presiit
nt by sending a telegram tel gTam to John G GWool GVooll Gv
Wool v o11ey ley y which reached him shortly shortlyafter ahorUydftft shortLyafter
after noon asking tHat his name be not notsented notnted notente1
sented nted This Th s was w W5 consideredfinal consideredfinaltni consideled considevedlt < anal analI
tni I lt the movement to nominate nomi te Mr Mrwallow Mrallow MrS
S wallow was unanimous no other name nameiring DtuDefing n8ifleIIg
iring IIg corisidered corisideredThe coJt1 co1deredThe lfred lfredThe <
The Sinew of War Waruver WarVoer Wartjver
uver 1 HiOOO 000 was was raised by subscrip subscripts ub crlp crlpt ¬
ts t pledgps ple igps < from the floor of the con oontion conLton contiOfl
tion whkh hkh with lth 11000 in the treas traasuy treasty
uy 1 J wil be the nucleus of the cam campaign l6gn camgii ¬
paign gn fund National Chairman Stew Stewi Stew6dt
dt i and National Secretary Tate were werer wereelected wereelecteti
r elected The Tb prohibition editor or organized orfanized O Oaiiized ¬
ganized aiiized for the campaign by electing electingi electingack
i iark of Indianap Indianapolis < rfis president The Thei Thenventlon
closed tonight tonightn
L i invention programme
n a mass meeting m t1ng at which ad adnesses adI adesSee
nesses I Were made by National Chair Chairman ChaIrman ChairzIaz ¬
man Stewart S ewart John G Woolley and andctfcers andbera andSeveral
ctfcers ctfcersSeveral bera beraSeveral
Several hundred delegates left to toi toiht totht
i iht ht for to St t Louts to visit th tAe expo espoGOLD e expoaioo po pos
s aioo iou
a I IGOLD
GOLD FBOM nO EO THE NOSTH NOSTHVancouver NOBTRVancoun ifoaTaVaneouer
Vancouver r B C June 30 3OA A special specialrm 5edalfnm pec1lm
fnm rm m Dawson gas The Th gold output outputJune outputit outputJune
it June 30 has bean over HO ttOMfl more moretian morehall moretak
hall during the same period last year yearas yearTtf yearTh
Ttf Th se 55OTISOtUt as nts4 ovtput rtut is eaU ed at
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OKELLV A MEMBER E OF FPA PARLIAMENT PARLIAMENTFROM I
FROM IRELAND l IRELANDA ElA D A AGUEST tIJEST U 8T IN INSAtT SALT LAKE lAK E ri
II
Conor OKelty member of Parlia Parliament Parliament Parliameat ¬
ment for Mao county Ireland was vasthe wasthe wasthe
the guest of Joseph Jc Geoghegan at Sf t the theAlta theAlta theAlta
Alta dub lOst e evening eveningMr enmBgMr
Mr OKiir caine to the country in inbehalf inbb Inbehalf
bb behalf of f the United Irish league lea ue In Intbrftnterest Intla Lntlwrhtwrest
tbrftnterest tla of the IrWt1 Irl 1 ParliamentaryllUty parliamentarypetty parliamentary parliamentaryparty
party he has visited New England EnglandN Eftgl nd ndYork
N Ne w York New Jersey Pennsylvania PennsylvaniaIllinois PennsylvanIallliDOls PennsylvaniailDno
Illinois Indiana lD laJaa Nebraska and Colo Colorado Colorado Cob Cobrado ¬
rado radoHis radoliIs
radoBJs His object is to establish or orstrengthen orhe oretrsgthev
strengthen he organizations organlzationsw1 whch ch Torntr Torntrerly fbrmerly orm ormmy
erly existed underthe National league leaguein
in tae ays ys of ParnelL The United UnitedIrteh UnitedIn1a tTnitedIrish
Irish teagae is the name ot the new neworganization neworpnlzaUen neworganixatien
organization which w ich will take the place placeof placeof placeof
of the older association associationMr a58OclaUonYr
Mr OK OReUy Uy will visit Montana MontanaIdaho MontanaIdaho MontanaIdaho
Idaho and the Paetc Coast and then thenreturn thenreturD thenreturn
return to Utah H He expects to be here hereagain hereagain hereagain
again in about three weeks when ht hewBl htW1It htaIR
aIR call a a meeting of Irishmen for the thepurpose thepurpose thepurpose
purpose of forming sn Irish league leaguethat leaguethat leaguethat
that will work with the National Nationalorganisation Nationalorganbatlon Nationalorganinatlon
organisation for the tt cause e of Home Homerule Homerule Homerule
rule for Ireland IrelandMr IreaaldMr freandMr
Mr OKelly seJd seJdIt seJdIt saidIt
It la not money so much that ve veneed e eneed eneed
need although that te 1 acceptable as asTWO asTWO nsIwo
Iwo TWO BROTHERS FIGHTOne FIGHT FIGHTOne FIG1HTOne
One Uses a Knife Kuifeand and the theOiher theOihera Other Othera
a Revolver With Almost AlmostDeadly AlmostDe AlmostDeadly
Deadly De dly Effect EffectA
A 5cent piece caused a > fight be between betVeeR between
tween two brothers Wednesday night nightwhtoh nightwltloh nightwhich
which would have resulted re In a mur murder murder nturder ¬
der had not n t a disinterested person n in interfered interfered ¬
terfered telr One 0 of the brothers used a aknife 8Jmlt aknife
knife with such eflfect upon the other otherthat otherthat otherthat
that the former is eon confined ned to his bed bedThe bedThe bedThe
The second brother tried trJ to use a re revolver reTober yevolyer ¬
volver but luckily for him it would wouldnot wouldnot wouldnot
not work When he saw He could not notdischarge notdtehlbe notdfStharge
discharge a cartridge he used the han handle hand bandie ¬
die d as a bludgeon poundInghis broth brother ¬
er over the head and face with it itThe itThe itThe
The fight 1I 1It occurred near the corner comer of ofTwelfth orTweltth ofTwelfth
Twelfth South S uth and State streets It Itwas Itwas Itwas
was witnessed by a score of people peoplenone peoplenone peoplenone
none of whom cared to interfere The Theattention Theattention Theattention
attention of the peacemaker was at attracted attracted atreacted ¬
tracted to the bloody 1 affair qffalrby by a woman womanspectator womanspectator womanspectator
spectator who in drunken frenzy called calledout calledout calledGut
out at the lop of her voice voiceDont voiceDont eolceDont
Dont be a piker kid Go at him himCut himCut himCut
Cut his heart out outRequesting outRequesthlC outRequesting
Requesting a man 16 hold his horse horsefor horsefOr horsefOr
for him the man in question pushed pushedhis pushedhis pushedhis
his way through the crowd surround surrounding surrounding surroundlug ¬
ing the two lighting brothers and tak taking taking talclug ¬
ing the elder by the coat collar threw threwhim threwhim threwhint
him to one > side at the same ame time grab grabbtng grabhung b bbing
hung the other by the arm armi armThe armThe
i The injuries of the man who had hadbeen hadbeeii
been slashed several times by a knife knifewere knifewere knifewere
were so s serious that a surgeon had to tobe tobe tobe I
be called in and several stitches were werefound verefound werefound
found necessary to be taken on his hisface hisface hisface
face head and neck The other man manescaped maneecaped manescaped
escaped from the fray with several severalslight severalslight severalslight
slight cuts on the head and face as th thresult thto thtoresult thresult
result > of r the beating be tJng given him with withtJae withthe
I the butt of the gun gunThe gunThe gunThe
The Brothers it is said are butchers butchersi butcherslIvJng butchersliving
i living near TwelftK Tw lft11 South and State Statestreets Statestreets Statestreets
streets one working in a shop sb p on First FirstSouth FIrstSouth FirstSouth
South street They had some mis misunderstanding mlsnn4e1StaucJing misunderstanding ¬
understanding regarding a 5cent 5centpiece cent centpiece ent entthe
piece the price of a ride on a street streetI streetcar streetcar
I car and decided to settletheir dif differences dltferences dirferenoce ¬
ferences with their lists A crowd soon sooncotteeted sooncoIIe soonreheated
reheated coIIe which took delight In the thefray thefray thefray
fray not even attempting to separate separatethe separatt separatethe
the t e two men when one drew a gun and andthe andtke andthe
the other a knife The men were wereslashing wereslashing wereslashing
slashing and pounding at each other otherwhile otherwh1le otherwhile
while the woman called upon one not notto notto
i to be a piker when the peacemaker peacemakerarrived ne petieemakerarrived cemaker cemakerarrived
arrived upon the scene sceneContinued scenelltW
0 0ROY
ROY JAPANESE ARMY ARMYROUTED AiMYR9IJTEITilE
ROUTED R9IJTEITilE THE R II55MS II55MSContinued SIANS SIANSContinued
Continued from Page PUc PUct One Onethree Oucthree
three reeCOIJIPILDieB companies advancing beyond At Atnrat At1Int Atfirst
first they forced back the Coseacks C ackgbuZ Coaaacksbutsobeequently ackgbuZNbse4ueatly but butaabsequenttv
aabsequenttv the Japanese were re rePORT reH rePORT reulaed
ulaed H
PORT ABTHUS T1ro1t NEWS NEWSCfcal NBWS NEWZCa1
I Ial
Cfcal al Enough to Last Bight BightiTonths Bighthtonthz 1 1Months
Months iTonthsLondon MonthsCIII htonthzL0n41011
London CIII July 1 LThe Tlw Shanghai cor corrspaadeot correspondeDt corrsaeut
rspaadeot of the theDdly Bafly Chronicle s says MYf1UIat saysthat ys ystlMt
that J In the eMgagenient off Port Arthar ArtharJncte ArtharTUBe ArthurJune
TUBe 2J 2S the Russian R lan battleship Sevas Sevastopol Sevastopol eas6 eas6topoI ¬
topol 1fts as sIIg slightly t1 damaged damagedTbie 1amagecLTte damagedTIe <
TIe correspondejnt corre lJ nd t says ys that the he coal coalsupply cOillfAlpJr coalsupply
supply tn Port Arthurlte Arthur D sufficient to tolast toI tolast
last for eight months J thsThe The battleships battleshipsRetvlzan bRtlle battleahipsBetyizun bfps bfpsRetvtzan
I Retvlzan and eJzarevttch he says saysfcava saysave sayshave
have ave been completely repaired ant an4their anttMir anitheir
their guns which w1 Sch had been b en placed or orthe orthe orthe
the forts have been replaced replacedThe repacedThe replieedThe
The Japanese e the correspondent correspondentadds enL enLadcl
adds occupied Wolf mountain after afterdesperate afterde afterdesperate
desperate de perate fighting gkttn < in which a Russian Russianregiment Rusaianregiment Russianregiment
regiment was almost annihilated annihilatedThe
The Tokio correspondent of the theStandard t theStandard M MStandard
Standard says that Japanese Japgn se officers officerswho oft ocezswho ceI8 ceI8who
who were engaged In n the last naval navalfight navalftgt navalfight
fight at Port Arthur assert that they theysaw thc thcM theysaw
saw M women on board the Russian Ruasanwttr Ruasanwttrships war warships warshlP6
ships and thatthis that this confirms the sus suspicion suspicion s4tspiclon ¬
picion that the Russians were at attempting attetnptbag attempting ¬
tempting to escape e cape to a neutral port portaad portaad portand
aad had no intention iDte UOft of fighting fightingABMY lightingAMY Ung UngA1tMY
AMY A1tMY ORGAN HAS As AN IDEA ZDBAThinks IDEAThinks ID2AThiifks
Thinks Japanese Are Bluffing in inManchuria In1lazichuria
2 Manchuria Manchuria9t anchuriaSt
St Petersburg June W IL ld 131 1 p m mThe mThe InThe
The Rossky Invalid the army organ organh organis organis
h is the notable stffittflcant exception to tothe t tthe tothe
the popular pop r belief r that a gtcat tUlt battle battlete ttle ttleIs
Is imminent aent It gives no intimation inthnatfouthat intimationthat Intimationthat
that M te General Knropatkiifs par purpaao pll1pe parpose
pose to fan backhand ckc and not try conclu conclusions conclusiems conclusions ¬
sions but aees se in the t development of ofJane u uJURe ofJune
Jane M and 27 evidence idenee that the Japan Japanese Japanne Japanone
ese themselve theImIeJvato do o not contemplate a adecisive aeristre adecisive
decisive engagement eB ent The paper al alexpflMfftl alo aloexpmaass o oexpresses
expresses the opttikm that the massing massingof
or armies in the direction of Hal Chen Chenand C1Ienr C1Ienrand Chengand
and Sin Cfceng is for the purpose rpoee of ofassuring oraMurlg ofassuring
assuring the Japanese occupation eC eCthe 8the e ethe
the whole of th tH Liao Tang p peninsula penineuland nineafe nineafeand
and control et f the t e railroad for an ad advance actance adance ¬
ance on Li Lisa o Tang at the end of the therainy thprainy therainy
rainy season lK asoD which together with ith the thesiege tbesiege thesiege
siege of Port Arthur it rc retoards ariis as the thefirst thefirst theflrst
first stage of the t Japanese campaign campaignThiaks ca caThiaks campaignThiks
Thiaks it a Bluff BluffThe DIdThe Illtifft
t The Ruesky ru ky Invalid Invalid therefore con considers conalders ¬
I siders that the movements l from Pent PentWang FenWang FernWang
Wang Chang < aD toward to ard Liao Yang is ismerely 19ln ismerely
merely ln 1 ly a demonstrative d menae menaeagaiust menaeagahGtt menareagaIiot
agaiust the Russian line of communi communication communication communication ¬
cation north of Liao Yang YangThe Yangrhearmy YangThe
The rhearmy army organ attempts to ctea cteaup cJpat cJpatup claup
up the discrepancies in the topography topographyof
or the theatre t of operations due tethe tetheapparent t8 the theappar theapparent
apparent appar nt ton of Chinese name nameaud namPand namesand
and foreign nwps maP especiaily regarding regardingthe re rcmg rcmgthe
the three passes mentioned in General GeneralKurotwtkin GeneralKurottJdnJ GeneralKuropatkins
Kurotwtkin KurottJdnJ Wet official dispatch Mo MoTien MoTit MoTien
Tien Tit > n pass it says is fifty miles from fromLiao fromLiao from1zao
Liao Ya Tang g and directly OH the Fen FenWeng Fentf FentfWenc PenWeng
Weng Chang road The Fen Shut pass passit pa paIt
it adds Is t north of MoTi MoTlea fi ram and andfiftyfour andMytour andIlftyfour
fiftyfour mll miles e from fr m Liao Yang on onth ontbf onthe
th the Feng F ng Wang ChengUao Yang Yanghighroad YanghiChroad ranghighroad
highroad Dali lin n which the organ or n ex explains explaiu oxplains
plains the Japanese Ja ftD call Pelt en Chui ChuiPROS Chulra ChuiIs
PROS ra is twentyfive t miles from Hal HalCheng HalChen HalCheng
Cheng Chen All three rhr passes it te further furtherpointed turtlt furtherpointed r rpointfd
pointed cross the Feng Shut range rangeThe rangeThe rangeThe
The first two a areonly re only two Miles apart apartMoTien apart11oT apartMoTien
MoTien 11oT tn and Dalien passes are f ert ertmile6 forty fortymilea rty rtymiles
miles apart through a very ery difficult difficultcountry dllUoultount difficultcountry
country countryDallen countryDafien ount ountDaUen
Dallen is IveMtyfive IrtY6five miles mU s from fromChipplin fromhippIin fromiThipplin
Chipplin pass both leading to Su SuYeng SuYeng SuYeng
Yeng and leading to Hal Cheng and andthe andHe andtle
the other ot er to Ta Tteche KIno and an Kin KlaChou KiaChou KinThou
Chou The distance e hetwean n the to twogroups togroups tOgroups
groups of passes is invoked in upport yipportof upportof
of the vktw < iw cW that thatGtW Q taJ < a araa Jttfrdkl does doosn rloosnut doesnot
n nut t intend to make a I frontal attack on on1iao onIiao onLiso
1iao YaiiK Yal l from F Feil Feiig Ufr Wang Wan Chen Chensince Chpnsince Cheng Chengsince
since the Siu Yen army arm tould oald be un ¬
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it is the moral support 5 PPOrt of the Iris Iris1Amerlcan ItisAmerican
American citizens e of the United Ul nked ted statesEngland States StatesEngland ates atesEnglaud I
England rightly or wroHSly wr ngly believer believerthat 1f lklieV lklieVthat 1ie I Ithat
that if It were not for the Irish vote voteIn voteln I IIn
In this country she would long ago agohave agohave f 1
have secured see an allisneevdefensive aUi defensive and anduiicusivc andoffensive I j
uiicusivc offensive with wiui de u > e rotted Cutvcu wwivtj States j En Enland ng ngland r rland >
land would give half her possessions 1 1to I Ito I Ito
to make this alliance Fur this reason reasonwe reasonwe I
we in Ireteod feel that the influence influenceof >
of our countrymen in this nation tIon haa haaan ha haan
an untold influence on ihe l JegisIatlrl JegisIatlrlIn islatlci islatlciin I
in England toward the destinies of ofIreland ofIreJand ofIreland
Ireland IrelandThe IreJandThe IrelandThe
The land bill of 1913 was worth mil millions mllUons mulions ¬
lions to Ireland and the tenants are aredally ar ardally aredaily
dally taking advantage oC its pro provisions proVisions plOvisions
visions The day will soon come when whenIrish whenIrleh whenIrish
Irish farmers will own their farms farmsIt farmsIt
It te only a question of < f time when whenwe wbenwe whenwe
we will receive home rule Joseph JosephChamberlain JosephChamberlain osephCharnberlaLn
Chamberlain will wfll1e be with us He is isan Isan
an unmitigated scoundrel sconndreIbut but ut he is for forJoe forJoe forJoe 1
Joe Chamberlain Hrst lat and all the thetime thetime thetime
time He will ill see that it is for his In Interest interest ¬ I Iterest
terest in order to carry out his hisschemes hi hIschemes 1 1schet1te6
schemes to attain tie premiership to tocater tocater
cater to the Irish members mt = For thlr thlrreason t1ifreason thirreason jj jjcater
reason we W ean count confidently e l on onhis
his support for any measure that we weIri as asIrish s sIrish
Irish Iri members may see fit to ask askable saltable k kable
able to afford him proper support supportThe supportThe SuIpOrtThe
The whole Tenth army corps reached reachedLJao reachedLtao reachedLien
Lien Yanz June ST STHO aiiO 27NO
HO iO SEPOBT OF LOSSES LOSSESBussian L LcISSBSussian SSES SSESRussian
Russian Dispatch DisPatchDoes DispatchDoes Does Not Bear Out OufTogo OutTogo OutTogo
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St Petersburg June 3 11 S 44 443 p Po m mAn mAn inAn
An official dispatch received from Lieu Lieutenant Lieu6tenant Lieutenant ¬
tenant General Stoessel the command commander ¬ i ier
er of the Russian military mllitaryforces forces at atPort atPort atPort
Port Arthur says that the squadron squadronof
of Rear Admiral Wlthoeft reentered reenteredthat reentele1that reenteredthat
that port after repulsing five fh e torpedo torpedoboat torpedoboat torpedoboat
boat attacks It contains no further furtherdetails furtherdetaJls furtherdetails
details It does not mention any dam damage damage darnage ¬
age to the Russian ships shipsAs shipsAs I
As no injury to the vessels of the theRussian theRussian theRussian
Russian squadron was mentioned the thebelief thtbelltt thebelfcf
belief of the th authorities is greatly greatlystrengthened greatlystrength greatlystrengthened
strengthened strength ned that Admiral l Togos re report rC6 rC6port report ¬
port was very much exaggerated While Whileoffering Whileoffering Whileoffering
offering no specific ground for this thisopinion thisopinion thisopinion
opinion the admiralty believes that R Rfight Rfisht afight
fight occurred t on n Saturday General GeneralStoessels GeneralStoessels GeneralStoessels
Stoessels dispatch is addressed to Lieu Lieutenant Lieutenant Lieutenant
tenant General Zeilonsky General Ku Kuropatkins Kuropatkfns Kuropatklns
ropatkins chief of staff and is dated datedJune datedJune datedJune
June 34 34All 4All 24All
All the latest advices 9r f the war of office oLftce oflice ¬
lice indicate that the Japanese are areconcentrating artconcentrating areconcentrating >
concentrating on Hal Cheng General GeneralKurokl GeneralKurokl GeneralKuroki
Kurokl being at Dalin with twenty twentyseven twentyseven twentyseven
seven battalions Only Onl one division Is Isat Isat Isat
at Mo TIeR mcii pass and another at Fen FenShui FenShul FanShut
Shut pass passRain passRal passRain
Rain Ral is failing in torrents which is isgreatly Isgreatly
greatly impeding the movements of oftroops oftlOO oftrooIs
troops tlOO
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Their Stories Dont Agree AgreeChefoo AgreChef AgreeChefoo
Chefoo Chef 00 June 3 386 6 p ra mThe The Eu European European European ¬
ropean and Chinese refugees who have haverecently haverecently
recently arrived here from Port Arthur Arthurtell ArthurteU Arthurtell
tell widely different stories of the re result result reInltof ¬
sult sult Inltof of the naval battle of June 23 The TheEuropeans TheEuropeans TheEuropeans
Europeans say that only the battleehip battleshipSevastopol battleehipsevastopol battleehipSevastopol
Sevastopol and the transport Amur Amurwere Amurwere Amurwere
were damaged and that no Russian Russianvessel RussIanesse Russianvessel
vessel was sunk The Chinese say it itwas Itwas Itwareported
was wareported reported at Port Arthur that one onelarge onelarge onelarge
large ship was sunk and that three threewere thNewere threewere
were damaged The Europeans assert assertthat a aSsortthat sort sortthat
that the impression prevails at Port PortArthur PortArthur PortArthur
Arthur that the Japanese J pfnese will succeed succeedon
on the land side The Japanese are areerecting areerecting areerecting
erecting a big gun fort ert commanding commandingthe
the harbor entrance and Golden Hill Hillfort Hlllfort Hillfort
fort fortOyama
Oyama Gees to Front FrontTokio FrontT01do FrontToklo
Tokio June 3 3t8 S p rn mGe mGen4als mGen4alsFukishima Generate GenerateFukfshima 1 r ls lsFu1dshimat
Fukfshima and Inogochul are to ac accompany accompan accompany ¬
company compan Field FIEld Marshal MarshalMarquis Marquis Oya Oyanu Oyamt Oyaind
nu mt and General Kodama his chief of ofstaff or51aft ofstaff
staff to the front on July 6 The em emperer emparer amposer
poser parer has presented his favorite liorss liorsstp borstp horratp <
tp General Kodama KodamaIt
It Is reported with authority that thatthere thatthere thatthere
there Is continual skirmishing in the thevicinity theIelnlty thevicinity
vicinity of Port Arthur and that the theJapanese theJapanese theJapanese
Japanese forces are closing in on that thatplace thatp1ace thatplace
place placeJt p1aceIt
It is expected that the foreign mili military military milltai ¬
tary tai attaches and the newspaper newSpaper corre correspondents corresponden correspondent ¬
spondents assigned to the Second Jap Japanese Japanese Tapanese ¬
anese army will wlJ1leovc leave for the front soon soonaJfter soonalfter soonOtter
Otter the departure of flFeld Marshal MarshalMarquis MarshalMarquis MarshalMarquis
Marquis Oyama OyamaFrom OyamaFroni OyaroaProm
Prom Northern Korea KoreaSt KoreaSt
St Petersburg June 30 aoReports aoReportsfrom 30Reportsfrom Reports Reportsfrom
from the Russia detachment operat operatirig operatftfg operatHg
irig in northern Korea have tf1 just been beenreceived ti heenrcelved en enreeeled
received Couriers bringing them tUcmwere t1cmwere themwere
were delayed by the thebttd bud roads roa 5 The Thedispatchesshow T1ledispatches Thedlspatchesshow
dispatchesshow dispatches ho that a RUssian force forcereached forcreached forcereached
reached Gen San June 5th th and engaget engagetthe engagEthe engagetthe
the Japanese Japan e Inflicting lo losses s Gen GenSan GeeSan
San was then held by b i I l0 88 Japanese Japaneseinfantry JapaJ1fInfantry JapaneseInfantry I
infantry with artillery and 409 409Korean 400Korean 4G0Korean
Korean soldiers The Th Korean soldiers soldiersare I Iare Iare
are ill disposed toward the Japanese JapaneseTwothousand JapanfSTwothousaJlld JapanestTWothousand
Twothousand Japanese infantry In ntr with withartillery withartlIhry withartillery
artillery are quartered at Seoul eoUJ were werfthere werethere t tthere
there are many hospitals and enorm enormous erormouc ¬
ous stores of provisions and monitions monitionsLieutenant monltfonsL munitionsLieutenant
Lieutenant L utenant General Linevit fe 4s 6 ex expeced expeced cxpeced
peced here tomorrow All is ituiet ituietDid ltUietDid 1111101Did
Did Russia Lose a Ship ShipLondon ShipL
London L ndon July 1 lThe The Tokio corres correspondent correi6pondelltof correspondeut ¬
pondent pondelltof of the Tftnes says saysThere saysThr
There Thr is considerable uncertainy uncertainyhere uncertalnyhere I
here regarding regardlngthe the Russian losses In n nthe j jthe I Ithe
the recent sortie from Port Arthur It Itte ItIs i
te just possible that lie ship was sunk sunkThe sunkThe I IThe
The Peresviet Pere8 1et may h have va got into pot potat potat potat
at night nightThe nightThe nightThe
The Japanese e on on the ether hand handfeal hanlite hanafeel
feel l certain that three tropedoes took tookeffect tookeJfeet tookeffect
effect on three snips snipsBumor s shipsBnmor p pRumorpf
Bumor Rumorpf pfa of a Sea eaBattle eaBattleSc Battle BattleS Batti BattiS
S Sc Petersburg Petersb rg June 39 HIt It is isrumored IsTUftoied isThmo
rumored Thmo her that the Russian torpedo torpedoboaf torpedrboat I
boat f destroyer Lieutenant Burukoff Burukoffwhich Burukoffwkfeh Burukoftwhich
which arrived at t New e Cfanang from fromPort tronPort fromPort
Port Arthur Wednesday evening evenln evenlnbrotlght
brought news that Rear Admire AdmiraWithoeft AdmJrWlthoctt AdmireWithoeft
Withoeft Again on June 24 gave battle battleto battlto
to the Japanese fleet fleetOBEGOJT eet111I fleetOKEGON
111I 111IOREGONBANKBR
OBEGOJT OREGONBANKBR BA3XFKBR IN TROUBLE TROUBLEPortland TROUBLEPortland TKOUBLBPortland
Portland Ore Jane 3d 3fA A Pendle Pendleton Pendle6ton Pendleton
ton special to tothe the Telegram says saysThe saysTbe saysrhe
The emploY S ot o sis x banks in Wash Washington Wash1ngton Washlngton ¬
ington and Oregon of which Senator SenatorAnkeny SenatorAnkeny SenatorAnkeny
Ankeny i 1 president pre ident must not engage engagein ln gp gpIn
in outside business The order is said saidt midte saidto
t te be due to C B Wade becoming becomin In Involved Involved Involved ¬
volved for half a million dollars d on or ac account account account ¬
count of an unfortunate Investment I estment in inmining inmhtlng IHmining
mining stocks last year yearC
C B Wade was cashier of Senator
Ankenys bank at t Pendletoa and Ln faRed faiedlast faRedlast
last year for half Jlal a million dollars Bin Binfailure BiglaDure Hisfailure
failure made him penniless penRn He Is saId saIdto saidto soldto
to be in Honolulu HonoluluBELL HonolulUDELL HonoluluBBLL
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governor by the Republican state stateventbon con convention OR61 OR61ventiOll ¬
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