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JAPANESE JAPANESEWILL JAPANESEWILLHAVE WILL WILLHAVE VJILLHAVE
HAVE TO TAKE IT ITGeneral T TGeneral
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General Stoessel Refuses to toSurrender toSurrend toSurrender
Surrender r Port ort Arthur ArthurN ArthurATTACK ArthurATTACK
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ATTACK HAS BEEN RENEWED RENEWEDNONCOMBATANTS RENEWEDI RENEWEDNONOOXBATANTSSTILL RENEWEDONO0MBATANTS
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NONCOMBATANTS NONOOXBATANTSSTILL STILL 12 INTHE INTHEDOOMED Th TEE TEEDOOMED TEBDOOMBD
DOOMED CITY CITYS
+ + + + + + + + + + + c + + + + + + +
+ S t t Petersburg Petersburgm Aur A u U 12S 1 p pmTtIe pmThe +
+ m mTtIe The report that General eralSto 4 4Stoeie + t tf
+ f Stoootri Sto the R1M Ru siaj commander eomlllallderat + f fat
+ at Pert Arthur declined ed to c cap capItulate p 4 f ft
4 t itulate in response te the Japan J Lapanee pm pme + f fese
+ ese summons cre createa createaThe te no ewrprise pde pdeThe + f fThe
+ The war omoe o ke would hake ve been beenamazed f famaxed
+ amazed if he hd d yielded yieldedTokte yieldedTokio +
+ 4 + + + + + + + + + + + c + + 4 4Toklo +
Tokte Aug Au 18 noon noonLleutenMt noonLleutenMtGi noonLleutensntGanera1 Lieutenant LieutenantGeneral
General Gi rael81 Stoessel te command at Port PortArthur PortArthur PortArthur
Arthur has refused efue to surrender surrenderhas and andhas sd sdhas
has declined the offer made by the theJapanese tileTaPf theJapfCnee
Japanese teBe for the removal of noncom noncombatants DOnCOIJIbatant noncoinbatans ¬
batants there Reasons for er this lat latter latter latter ¬
ter action are not given ven but it Itprobable is isprobable 1probable
probable that the jioncombtantg taDt are areunwilling areunwlllin areunwilling
unwilling unwlllin to accept cept a favor At t the thehands thehan thehafl48
hands han 8 of the Japanese e They confops confopshowever conr conrhowever cons conshowever
however that necessity neces for their their2novaZ re removal re removt ¬
moval movtIt exists existsIt
It te said 1d that the Japanese attack attackwill attackwill attackwill
will be resumed immediately it now nowenters nowenters nowenters
enters upon its final stage stageIiOSEi8OOOO eL staeLOSE
IiOSEi8OOOO L LOSE SE t20o 20000 OM1m OM1mJaps 3CBN 3CBNJaps MBNr
r Japs Gained Important Positions in inLast inLast inLast
Last Attack AttackChefoo AttackCbeloo AttackChefoc
Chefoo Augr A M 1 8 p m mA A battle of t
huge proportions raged around Pert
Arthur Aug 14 and 15 1 and it was wasresumed wOSre wasresumed
resumed re Aug 17 The TIIeJPaUe8e Japanese it is isreported IiIf J Jreported
reported If > pOr1ed sacrificed 20WO 20 more men en1ut en
tut gained important advantages advan in inthe
the he matter of position The above abovenews akveHfWS abuvenews
news was brought here on junks one oneof oneof oneof
of which having on board three Rus Russians Ru > ¬
sians concealed in the baggage bagga of
Chinese to escape e the Japanese left
Port Arthur last t night ni tand and was blown blownrapidly bIo blowaaidly ia iaa
rapidly a idJy to Chefoo by a gale The Theraain Themain Themain
main force of the attack was ws directed directedagainst dJrectelagainst dlrectelagainst
against the left wing and resulted In
the capture of Pigeon bay bA positions positionsnd positionslInd
lInd e nd some of the forts at Llao Tleshan han
At Palunchang the Japanese hastily hastilymounted ha beattly7nounted tUymounted
mounted guns UflS which did excellent serv ¬
ice in fl aiding the stormhur of the right rightwing rightWing
wing ing where the Japanese e are said to
have captured two forte of minor minorvalue tnlnoralue minorvalue
value mounting eight fourinch gune gunetwo 1J gunetwo 6 6two
two siege guns and six quick firing
guns The posKton that the Japanese Japaneseoccupy JaMWle8eoccupy iaponeieoccupy
occupy on Liao L o Tleshan peninsula is isnot Isnot Is1ot
not clear But ut numerous Chinese Chinesesources ChineseSOurces e eSOurces
sources aver that the th Japanese J pAe8e have
been b n seen in force in that section tton
Apparently a cruising attack origin originating originting ¬
ting in Louisa Louis1i bay swept through throu h the
Pigeon bay positions po into the penin peninsula penJnUJa peninsula ¬
sula in the doing dolD dolnof of which hlch a majority majorityof JorIty JorItyof
of the lives of the exoedition were weresacrificed weresacriflooo weresacrilices
sacrificed On the night nl t of the lith
the battle lulled somewhat when the
Japanese J apanese sent the terms of surrender surren surrento
to Lieutenant General st0Mle1 Sto wel The Theterms Thet
t terms provided that the garrison o8JIisonshoul garrisonshould i ishould
should march out with Ith the honors of ofar ofwar ofwar
war ar And join General Kuropatkln that thatall tltatall thatall
all civilians be brought to a pincer des designated desIltnated desigiiated ¬
ignated by the t e Japanese ea admiral tbt thatthe tbtthe tbtthe
the Russian warship In the harbor harborTiumbermg harborII
Tiumbermg II seven ven namely thebattle thebattleships the bat batphlps batije ¬
ships Retvhtan Sevastopol PoMeda Pobl
Peresviet Poltava and the armored armoredcruiser armorrICrulser armqredrutSer
cruiser Bayan the protected cruiser
Pallada and twelve or more torpedo
boat b ° at destroyers and four gunboats be berurrendered beurrendered beurrendered
urrendered to the Japanese JapaneseLieutenant JapaneseLieutenant f fLieutenant
Lieutenant General Stoessel toeseei Is af afegf
leged 1 ged d to have received the terms withL with
a L 1 burs burst of wonderful profanity his hishabitual Jdababitual hisbahitual
habitual taciturnity deserting dnerUng1dm him He Hestrode Hestrode Hestrode
strode the tb floor until he became calm calmer ¬
er I and then remarked that if the Jab Jajin Ja1 Ja1nPSe Jabnse
in nPSe se proposition pr D08ltlon w was s a joke it was in
bad taste >
k tA8teRely
Rely Was Prompt PromptGeneral ProD1ptGeneral ProniptGeneral
General Stoessels treatment treatJ tent of the theJapanese theJapanes theJapanez
Japanese major was courteous but his hisreply 111 111reply binvpIy
reply w was j prompt and characteristic characteristicThe
The Japanesemajor Japanee to then asked for a alead athree athree
three d daya n truce in which to bur the thedead theilead
lead This was refused The battle battlewas battlewas battleWas
was renewed re wed at 14 l oclock on the morn morning momug mornitig ¬
ing ug of the 17UV and as s the t junk left leftit leftIt I Iit
it was being Del waged furiously f1I y on all allside all allsidei ajisides
side The Russian RU refugees refug es express expressmnfldenre txpresstf epreasnfidene
mnfldenre tf ftdent that the fortress will will 111 hold holdout boldut holdOut
out ut They state that reinforcements reinforcementsirom
from General Kuropatkin KutOp tkln areexpected areexpecteds are expe expected expectedWithin ted
within a fortn fortnight bt A frighfful ind inddeqt nei neider1t I
deqt or the rtCfUt fighting the refu refu8tatp refuge
s ge en atatf occurred occl rred in the storming stonningflf
flf < f fortu and 4 on the right ri h t wing wingvh wingwt wingvCn
wt vh vCn > en n land mines were exploded It is isalleged Isalleged s salleged
alleged that two Japanese Japaia ee infantry infantryregiments infantryhgi infantryrtgiments
regiments hgi men h two squadron n of cavalry cavalryiud cavalrymd
iud 1 one artillery company were de destroyed detNyed dostroyed ¬
stroyed stroyedThe stroyedThe
The refugees further say that the thearships tilewarships thevarsjpe I
warships now at t Port Arthur are atu atuin to toill ULF
in F fighting trim This statement see
iiardiy j18rdl credible in the light of recent recentdevelopments receotdevelopmenta recejtdevelopments IIIl
developments developmentsTt
Tt is stated that Admiral Withoeft3 Withoeft3liket
liket J t signal during the battle of Aug I I
10 J 0 was to remember thatthe that tte emperors emperorsorders tmpe peror4 peror4irders aj I
orders were not to return to Port Ar Arthur Arthur
I
thur It Is i presumable that superficial superficialimpairs uper superftcialipalrs >
impairs have deceived spectators view viewing viewin viewing
ing in the ships under the dtoadvafctagea dtoadvafctageaoccasioned dtIIdv dtIIdvOC3Sloned ddvatageeoreasloned
occasioned by the order r that no one
be btnaJlo allowed to inspect them
s at the taldn taking of ofTakushan ofTakusban ofTakushan
Takushan is estimated at LOS 5 Sheila Sheilafalling Shellscalling
falling in Port Arthur fall mostly in int
t t he old town townOn townOn townOn
On Uve tt right wing it is stated that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the Japanese have penetrated to an anabandoned anabandoned
abandoned Chinese arsenal one and andonequarter andonequart4lnafle andonequarter
onequarter onequart4lnafle miles ewft e of the city ltyost
Host ost of the dock yard buildings have
been damaged damagedBATLB dameedBATLE damedBAIE
BATLB GOING ON ONGeneral ONGeneral ONGeneral
General Stoessel StoesselBefused Refused Point Blank Blankto lank lankto
to Surrender SurrenderChefoo SurrenderChef SurrenderCheeo
Chefoo Chef o A Ag g IS 11 739 p mRulI mRulIflanS niRusslans m Rus Russians ¬
flanS and CMnese who l left ft t Port Ar Arthur Artbur Arthur ¬
thur last night and arrived arrl e hers be to today today tolay ¬
day declare that Lieutenant General GeneralStoessel GeneraltOf56el GeneraLtoer6e1
Stoessel in command at Port Arthur Arthurrefused Arthurpfused ArtburI
refused I to surrender to the Japanese Japaneseand e eand
and that the Rueetauw began firing firingtgain ftrtnKig firingtgkin
tgain at the time set for replymg to tothe tothE tot
the t he Japanese neee demand demandThey demandTt demandThey
They Tt ey > confirm COD rm ate a ales previous reports reportsthat YOPOrtSthat
that t hat there are seven Jlucdlan lan ships 11d In toPort InPort InPort
Port Arthur harbor JB additioR to totorpedo totolpfdo totorpedo
torpedo boats and torpedo boat de destroyers deftI6Yer8 doCt ¬
stroyers Ct royers and aver vr that the Japanese
have lose oat 200M men before Port Ar Arthur Arthur ¬
thur during d1llS1a the test ten days daSANSWER 41ySr 41ySNSWEB < daysANSWER
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ANSWER YES OR ORNO ORNORussians NO V VRussians VRussians
Russians Were WerejjjIowed Not Allowed lowed to Alter AlterJapanese AlterJapanose AltecJapaieso
Japanese Conditions ConditionsTokio ConditionsTokio ConditionsTc4do
Tokio Aug 1 115 < 5 p mNajor m Major Ya Yamaoka Yamaoka YarnaokL
maoka representing the Japanese Japa n
forces besieging Port Arthur mt met t the
Russian chief of SRSTtem m staff about
600 yards north of Shoshiyins ShQ hi in at 10 10a 10W 1U35 1U35a
a m Aug AU IS under a flag of truce truceand truCfand trueand
and delivered e1fvpr to him the fmperors mperor of ¬
fer to remove noneombalaiUs to toplace a aplace aplace
place of safety The tender included includedwomen Inclndedwomen Includedwomen
women and children < under 16 years of ofage ofp i iage
p age priests diplomats and officers of ofneutral otneutral ofneutral
neutral powers uersThecsnditions oe1S oe1SThe j
The Thecsnditions Otmiiitions of the th answer required requiredthat TttluiNthat rttuirjthat
that at t li oc odok > loli
Aug Au 17 the non noneombatorf 110nmbatamf no nocOmbatii1
eombatorf shotfld advance under un fT a aflag afiag aflag
flag of truce tr At 2 oclock ctock Aug i iContinued 8 8Lontinu aCOflUflued
Continued Lontinu d on Fag Two J JI
I
JAPAN WILL 1VILlNOT 1VILlNOTRETURN NOTRETURN NOT NOTRETURN
RETURN THE BOATt BOATMQreover BOATMoreover BOAT BOATMoreover
t
Moreover She Threatens Thre tens to Go GoAfter GoAfter GoAfter
After Those at Shanghai ShanghaiiSUGH ShanghaiSUOH ShanghaiSUGH
+ +
iSUGH ACTION NOT PROBABLE PROBABLESEBIOUS PROBABLEt PROBABLEsmtIouS PROBABLESRIoUs
t
SEBIOUS ASPECT OF AITAIBS AITAIBSEOR AFF ATIAIXSORCBINA AI1U AI1UFOR
FOR ORCBINA ORCBINAI ORCBINALondew CHINA CHINAI CHINAft
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+ + + + ft ftLoltdC + + + + + + + + + + + +
+ LoltdC Lond K AUS g IS lSJapan Japan has of oCftd1I7 4 4
4 fldlly wftlfte Ja IOre Great t Britain that UttDot < 4 4abe
+ she doe not propose to give up the toe1t1l8ldaa theThjsIin + +
+ Russian torpedo boat destroyer destroyerRyealdteIM destroyerRyeahftelI 4 4Ryeahttelfti +
+ Ryeahttelfti captured in the bar harbor 4 4f 4 4bot
+ f bor of coo Aug 12 l 14t + 4kHA2fGHAI
4t 1 + 4 + 4 + + + + + + + + + t tSHAl 9 4 4HAOHAI +
kHA2fGHAI HAOHAI HAl Aug AU 18 lSlL 3L Odagiri the theJapanese theI
SHAl I Japanese e consul con u1general general has noti notifled notiAed notied
fled ed the Taotal bf Shanghai that that a aJapanese aJaDflIe aJapanese
Japanese leet fleet is coming in to seize s lze the theRussian theRuadan theRnaslan
Russian cruiser tru Jr Askold and the Rus Russian nusalan 1IUSsian ¬
sian torj torpedo edo boat destroyer Grozovol GrozovolThe Grozovo1TIM GrozovolTb
The Tb chief engineer of the customs de department department depsrtment ¬
partment reports that the Russian ves vessels vesttek yessole ¬
sole are re not seaworthy The repairs repairsbeing repairsbetDg repairsbeing
being made by the Russians on the theOrozovol theGrozovo theGr
Orozovol Gr z yol will be completed in about aboutten aboutten aboutten
ten days It is uncertain when the re repair rc rcN repairs ¬
pair N ra to the Askold will be finished finishedThere finishedThere finishedThere
There te info no uneasiness here although althoughthe > h hUte
the situation la thought to be acute acuteThe acuteThe acuteThe
The foreign consuls are determined determinedto
to preserve erve the neutrality of the tfort tfortMAX I1ortMAYJ JIort3AY
MAX CHANGE HER MIND MINDJapan MINDJapan IdINDJapan
Japan Expected ExPected to Ultimately U1t1ma cly Return Returnthe Returnthe Betornthe
the Ryeshitelni RyeshitelniSt
St Petersburg Fet urg Aug 19 329 3 a m mThe mThe mThe
The Chinese minister came to St Pe Petersburg Petersburg Pettrsburg ¬
tersburg from his seaside villa and andregarding
I coBferred with several AI bassadors arbassadorsregarding
I regarding developments in the Rye Ryeshnelni
I shnelni incident The general impres impresaion Impresslon impreslon
slon in diplomatic circles here fe that thatsurrender thatjapan thatJapan
japan may Yet et change her mind and andI andsurrender
I surrender the Byeshltelni to the care careof careof careof
of some neutral power reserving all allrights al alI
I rights Such a course it is pointed pointedout pointedout pointedout
out out would strengthen Japans position positionand positIonad positionsad
and at the same time avoid the pos possibility posetblflty l lblltty ¬
bility of complications affecting afCecUn1CblDs affectingChinas >
Chinas neutrality and the limitation limitationof
of the area of hostilities which was wasprompted wasprompted wasprompted
prompted by Secretary Hays note noteThe noter noteThe
The T e question of the disarmament of ofthe ofthe ofthe
r the Russian ships at Shanghai is is it is isunderstood isunderaood Isunderstood
understood being settled on the spot spotby spOti spotby
i by b the feaotot otoi and consul general of ofRussia ofI ofRussia
I Russia This is matter is not expected expectedhere e expectedhere pectedI
I here to lead to the extreme measures measuresthreatened meB8UresI measuresthretened
I threatened at Tokio in view of an au authoritative authotitative ¬ I Itfto
thoritative tfto tUve statement made to the U As Associated Assedated ¬ I
sedated Press that Russia was recon reconciled reconc reconcUed ¬
cUed to the disarmament dis nnament of f the cruiser cruiserAskold cruiserAskolcI cruiserAskoI4
Askold and the destroyer Grozovol GrozovolThe GrozovolThe GrozovolThe
The admiralty has not yet been In Informed Info Informati ¬
formed fo of the whereabouts wher bouts of Lieu Lieutenant LieuteQant Lieutenant ¬
tenant Newton A McCaulley or Lieu Lieutenant LIeutenant Lieutenant ¬
tenant Decuverville respectively of ofthe ofthe
the American and French navies the theonly theonly theonly
only two naval attaches who were at atPort atPo1t
Port Po Arthur and who recently recen1lylett recen1lylettt1 left lefttfcfcil
tfcfcil t1 port The authorities believe belle e they theywere the thewere theywere
were on the flagship RetYlzan since sincethey ince incethey incethey I
they were aboard a neither the battle battleship batt1ealp battlehIp ¬
ship Czarevitch nor the cruiser Ask Askold Askbid
bId old and consequently they must have havebean havebeQR havebees
bean wWi Rear Admiral Prince Ouk Ouktemtoky Oukt Ouktm4
temtoky t tm4 B1 who is understood to have havetransferred havetraneCerred havetransferred
transferred his flag from the Retvlzan Retvlzanto
to the Peresviet PeresvietThe Pere PereevietThe vlet vletT
The T admiralty considers it most prob probable probable probable ¬
able that five of the battleships have haveleturned haveI haveIaturned
turned I to Port Arthur arguing that
if the ships escaped they must JD st either
have been sighted or reported This Thisview Th Thlew ThLview
view lew to strengthened sUe thened also by the re report rePOrt report ¬
port tram Chefoo that seven vessels vesselsare vessolsare esseisare
are now in the harbor at Port Arthur ArthurWARSHIPS ArthurW ArthuxWARSaIPsilLEzS
W WARSaIPsilLEzS WARSaIPsilLEzSact WARSHIPS T7SEI USELESS USELESSFact ESS ESSIact
Fact act Made Plain by Reports From Psomthe Fromthe Psonithe
the Commanders CommandersSt
St Petersburg Aug 19 320 a a m mLong mLong rnLong
Long reports received from Admiral AdmiralJeseen AIlmkaIJeMen AdmiralJeaen
Jeseen and Captain Reitzenstein com eomniander comndol cornminder
minder ndol of the cruiser Askold concern concernJug concern concernmg concernMg
mg th the lights of the Vladivostok VladiVostokand VladiVostokandJort and andPort andPort
Port Arthur squadrons while adding addingMHnewhat addinghat addingiosnewbat
MHnewhat hat to tie Ute details of these en engagements eoJlI8 engagesnents ¬
gagements JlI8 1he11ts do not carry the naval 1I val sit situation sltuattcM sitUatot ¬
uation in the far east beyond the dia diapatehe dipatehett diapatches
patches prrvfodely y received by the As Associated Assedated s saorited ¬
sedated Press PressCaptain PIe85Captain PzeesCaptain
Captain Reitaenstein is apparently apparentlyvnabte apparentJi1oaltle apparentjfunable
unable to throw any further light on onthe Oiltl oaLthe
the whereabouts w of the vessels v 1s of the thePort thePort I
Port Arthur squadron Both the ad admiraT admiraFesaid
miraT miraFesaid and captains cpti s reports praise Jhc Jhctourageand Jooo Jhcourag a41
tourageand o ourag and devotion shown by the of officers orcerB offleets ¬
fleets and men iu the face of over overwhelming overwhelmfq overwhelming
whelming odds but they make it plain1 plain1that pIal pIalthat pIaiwthat
that all the yyrclsthua yss lsthus tbus far located locatedare 10catedare locatedare
are damagM d b lJ yonil yond the hope ho of fur further futher furthor ¬
ther active service in view of the pres present presfnt present ¬
ent lack of facilities of the Russian Russianfor Russlaufor Russlandfor
for making repairs in the far east eastThe eatne eastThe
The general staff attributes the thefoAl re reful reful
ful of the offer ger made by the Jap Japanese J14Jane Ja Jaanese ¬
anese e that noncombatants might leave
Port Arthur to the simple fact that thatnone thatnone
none now remain except t shipwrights shipwrightsI
and other government employes whe W Wkrvtee wiiee wiieeservIces e
services are indtepewsible all other othernmle otbemale othemale
male civilians clvnial18bavjA having longago JonIL o been en enrolted enroIle4 enroiled
roiled in the army and the tlI women and andfjiildren andf1dld1ell andblidre
fjiildren blidre having baV bav1ii already dY left leftPOWERS letIOWJRS leftPOWEBS
POWERS WOTJIJ WOULD nKTBBEEBE ni BR B
Japs japc Gtinnot ot Make War inthe in tile Port Portc Portol
c ol Shanghai SnanghaLWaahington ShanghaiWa3blngto ShanghaiWa3bIngto
Waahington Aug Au IS ISThe The fact that thatShanghai thatShaDIbaJ thatShanghai
Shanghai is what is popularly known knownas I Iaa 1
aa an international port In all prob probabIfttJswjlI lob lobat1ltUHm j I
sbUfUeswill stop the Japanese e conduct conductbig u uany j
tog any offensive naval nav nava operations operationsa operatI operatIUte opertlons4alsst
a 4alsst 4iist the Russian ships now there thereIn therelat8rtS thereIwwcts
lat8rtS In jHHts of this obatficter a number of ofnations ofDattens ofnatIone
nations have certain well defined definedrights definedl1 definedrightsgranted i
rights l1 rightsgranted > latagaR granted to them by the govern governatent govern1IJft1t governlalont i
atent g or f the COUntry in which the port portie sortIs
ie located I cated The natural expectation expectationtherefore expectationtherefore
therefore is that every effort will be bemade beto bemade t
made to preserve the neutrality of ofShanghai oftnQ ofShinli1
Shanghai tnQ nd prevent any active steps stepsby j I
by Japan toward capturing the Russian Russian118I8 RussianveseIe j
vessels now there However the neces necessity necesBity necesalty
sity for ajiy I l such action seems to t be beobviated beobviated > Iobvtat
obviated obvtat by the promise of the Russian Russiangovernment Ruselngoernment Ruseiangovernment
government as announced in the St StPetersburg StPele StPetersburg
Petersburg Pele dispatches to disarm both boththe boththf boththe
the AxkoM and ud cl the Grozovoi th thus sren srend ron 1TencleJlltc rondezfln
cleJlltc d rtouj them u uesss hjs for further effective effectivework eftecttvewo effectivewok
work wo during the war warOzarevit warOzarev1toh j jCzarevitch
Czarevitch Ozarevit h Dismantled DismantledTsing Dism DismantledTatug nfled nfledTsing
Tsing JTu AUs Atftl IS 1S 6 p P m mAR AH the thenotmunitlon theunitlon the11mnunItSon
notmunitlon unitlon oarthe OIl ttbe the Russian battleship battleshipCzarevitch b bottlCsinpezarevitch
Czarevitch Caarevfteh8J141 ajMl the three torpedo boat boatyers boatd boatdestr
d destr yers era 1 0 been removed reuaot 4 and andin andsI4rIIcl andsId
sId in a German magasine The Thework ThewOtkol Thewoekof
work wOtkol iof disfMUUling the guns of the theRutiaji theltutj1fpa theRi4qR
Rutiaji v Yesabae vcamlg Jaap he been completed completed3g completedU compleledparole
3g U ftrD1S nns of parole imposed upon uponthe uponthe
the 11 Russians n necessitate itate their remain remainim rellNilnjJuI remainjea
im here until tie U ° end of the war warThe warbe warThe
The officers of r the Russian Rus iaa warships warshipswho WArBbtpswho warsitswho
who are able > to be about are being bainsroyally beingrny beingryaliy
royally rny lIy entertained by the Germans Germanshere Gennanshcr Germanshcr
here hcr
Would Not t Accede AccedeLondon AccedeLondon AccedeLondozi
London Aug 19A 1AdIspLeb dispatch to the theCentral UieCentr theCentral
Central l News from Tokfe ToMsa says it has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been announced that the Japanese J8pt nQ9 com commander ntmander conmender ¬
mander in front of Port Arthur r has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been unable to accede to a Russian re request re request request ¬
quest far a grace gra e in order to permit the theremoval theTmoal thermoval
removal of noncombatants from that thateityi thRtel thatcity
city el Nothing Nothl gltu has been n received from fromany from8ny fromany
any other > 1 sibnrre mrr ronfirrolng onfirmln the forp forPIuin forgoing
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Senator Hoar Conscious and andRealizes andRel1lizes andRelizes
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Is Near NearWorcester NearrVorcostcrMa NearWorcester
Worcester VorcostcrMa Mass Auc Aar1LL Aar1LLcJane Augcbatge No Nochance
chance wasnetleeaWeln Jlrfntilo the oeodtiito ce ceSenator c ndiTiS of ofSenator
Senator George f F Hoar thin raorlffag mor 1C 1Cis itis t tis
is evident however eT < that he Is grewrtg grewrtgweajcer greaiiigweaver rewt i iweaier
weaver conetanUy although he may IDKyJlVe IDKyJlVetwentyfour live Mvetwentyfour livetwentyfour
twentyfour or possibly fortyeight f01Jy lgbt ight hours
longer longerT longerJhe longerlhe
T Jhe he senators mind is oerfectlv clear and
he thoroughly realizes reali s the seriousness seriousnessof nees neesol
of his condition He awaits the end with withcalm withcalm wttJtcaJm
calm resignation lSDation Yesterday tay be talked talkedwith talkedwltl talkedwit
with wit his h1 son and daughter and requested
them to convey farewell messages IIe gea to t near nearrelatives nearrtJatlve5 nearrelatives
relatives and intimate JntlmatetrfendS JntlmatetrfendSArrangements friends friendsArrangements friendsArrangements
Arrangements have b been en made to notify
the people of Worc Worcester ter of the eeaatosdeaui senators senatorsdestn J8 J8deatn
destn As soon as the news is received
fifteen strokes will be sounded on the
fire bells bellsAt bellsAt belieAt
At noon Senator Hoar was resting restlo eas easily easily ¬
ily He was still conscious and during dUrJ the
forenoon he had taken a little liquid re refreshments re retesbment5 refreshments ¬
freshments There had been however bo er no nogain DOgaiA nogain
gain in strength but rather a slight alf t In Increase 111crease Increase ¬
crease of the weakness which devetaped devetapedyasterday devel8pedyesterday develepedyesterday
yesterday yasterdayThe yesterdayJhe yesterdayThe
The last 1a bulletin for f t the nkht was wasS41ed is issued issued ¬
sued at W Qclock the be patients condition cODdltienbetnJ conditionbeing
being so favorable that it wits ecnetdered ecDfllderedunnecessary ecw4deredunnecessary
unnecessary t tQ give out any later news newsexcept DeWScept netssexcept
except cept in case of a sudden change changeSenator c cSenator changeSenator
Senator Hoar remained r rnaiJt d In t Ntout hout > k > ut th thsame the thelmc thesame
same condition during the day He H Hqulet slept sleptquietly ej t tquietly
quietly talked but little Irat Iut his MInd was wasclear waseiear
clear and he was entirely comfortable comfortableThe comfortableTile C01flfOqtab4The
The prolongation of the senator life dur durta drt1Ig durig
ta t1Ig the last two days has 8 given his hisfamily hi6lamllr bI bIramily
family some slight hoe hoeAffectlenate boleAfTeCtlenate honeAffedenate
Affectlenate inquiries lRqulrl as to Senator SenatorHoars senatorHoars Sentorhoars
Hoars condition were received today from fromPresident fromPresIdent fromPresident
President Roosevelt Senator Fairbanks Fairbanksand
and a 1Jge number of the senators senatorsfriends eenatorsfriends tor torfriends
friends in public and private life hieALL tfetICI lifeALL
tICI tICIAll
ALL DESPERATE MEN MENThree MENThree MENThree
Three Negro Strike StrikeBreakers Breakers at atOmaha lf lfOmaha atOmaha
Omaha Arrested For Hein Heinous Heinous Hem Hemous ¬
ous Crimes CrimesOmaha CrimesOmaha CrimesOmaha
Omaha Neb Aug IS ISThe The sixth sixthweek sixthweek sixthweek
week of the strike at the South u Omaha Omahapacking1 OMahaptlekingl Omahapaeking
packing1 houses hou begins J without material material mate material ¬
rial cha change ge from conditions during duringpas ih ihpaSt thr thrpat
pas paSt pat ten days wHile the packers packersadding are areadding areadding
adding to theft theftforces forces of strikebreak strikebreakers strlkebrOOken ¬
ers en they the arc at the thes same time losing losingbx IotInSbJ losingb
bx b desertions a considerable number numberof
of these men menA menA
A rumor of the probable return of ofthe 9fthe qCthe
the sheep butchers which wa waf circa circulated clftu1ated circalated ¬
lated last night prs0d to have ave no nofoundation nofoundation nofoundation
foundation foundationi foundationReceipts
i Receipts at the stock yards today todaywere tOOa tOOawere todaywere
were 23W cattle 620 hogs and 2701 2701sheep 2701sheep I
sheep all much below normal normalSheriff normalSheriff
Sheriff J J 1 W Welch of Lafayette Lafayettecounty Lafayetteounty Lafayettecounty
county Mississippi acting as deputy deputysheriff dtputsherl deputysherif
sheriff sherl with authority from tle sheriff sheriffof
of Yalohastva YaJOhL county Mississippi lIi to today today today ¬
day arrested among the strikebreak strikebreakers ¬
ers at Cudahys plant the t1 two negroes legroesfrom iiegroesfrom negroesfrom
from Water Vs er Valley Mls MIas lien one charged chargedwith el1argedwith chargedwith
with criminal assault and the other otherwith otherwith otherwith
with burglary burglaryJack burglaryJack burglaryJack
Jack Johnson John n a negro of Los An Angeles ADgeles Angeles ¬
geles Cat Cnl was 8S also arrested arft ted for an analleged analleged analleged
alleged murder murderUNITED murderUNiTED
17 17UNITED
UNITED STATES HAS A ANEW ANEW ANEW
NEW SHELL FOR THE NAVY NAVYWashington NAVYWashiuton NAVYWashington
+ Washington Aug IS 1In In the thebureau 4
4 bureau of ordnance plans are be being > e eing +
+ ing drawn for the resighting of f faU 4 4all
all guns in the navy The rapid rapifire e efire t
fire guns will be fitted with Ith a aneM 4
4 new ne telescopic telescopicmght sight which will w 11 11permit 4
permit of continuous aim The4 The Theost Fhe + s st
+ cost t for this work will be b large 4
but its immediate execution is Igdecla 4
declared decla d to be necessary neceS1rYT 4 4Tests 4 4Tests
Tests T ts are soon on to be conducted condu ted tedWith 4
with a new rangefinder er and th thships the theships 4
ships of the battleship squadron squadnmre 4
are re to be fitted fiU with rangefind rangeJndcrs 4
era of a design which 1h1ehbas has recent recently 4
ly been tested and found Und atls 11 11fadory 4 4faetory
factory fadoryTeSts faetoryTedtS +
Tests also have been ordered of ora 4
a new kind of shell known as as astracers 4 4traeers
tracers which are are used U d for foltttght 4 +
Wight firing and which are 11 11luminate1l 11iuminat 4 +
iuminat d so sojjsat Jhat j nt they trace ± ra e the thecot 4
course cot oofrse rse of the th projectile and en enable 4 4
able the gun pointers J to note t ne e 4 4efret
eTe efret O > t of the fiN 4 44o4 I
+ + + + + + + + + + 4o4 + + + + + + + + +
r
ISALT SMT LAKE KNI6 KNHifIS f IS HONORED HONOREDL
q
L H Farnsworth of This City Selected by the tht1 th Knights Knightsof
of Pythias for the th Exalted Office of ofSupreme ofSuprenie ofSuprem
> Supreme Prelate Pr lat
t 0
i
L H PA2NSWOBTHi PA2NSWOBTHiSupreme FARNSWORTFSupremo PASWORTKSupreme >
Supreme Prelate Knights df f Pythias
I OUISVILLB Ky Aug 1 lLThe = The su suPreme 1reme anL
l L Preme preme reme lodge of ofthe the Knights of Py Pythias Pythias Prtitian ¬
thias today elected these t officers officerslor officersDr officersor
lor or the tl tile e ensuing two years yearsSupreme ara araSupreme n nSupreme
Supreme Ghanceltor Chancellercrrlcf ChancelIetCvrIe Cftwrica ll llShixelcy ItJ iL iLhiseicy
Shixelcy hiseicy Richmond Ind ladSupreme
t
Supreme Vice Chancellor ChancellorCbades ChancellorCbadesBarh Charles A ABartiea ABartiee
Bartiea Barh Jacksonville Ills nteSupreme DlsSupr IllsSuprdme
Supreme Supr e Prelate PreJateL L H Farnsworthj Farn FarnoworthSalt worth worthSalt
Salt Lake City Utah UtahSupreme UtahSupreme UtahSupreme
Supreme Keeper K per of o the Record and andSeal andSealR andSealH
Seal SealR R L C White NasKl NasllIleT Ti e e Tenn TennSupreme T nri nriSupreme nn nnSupreme
Supreme Master 11 as t r of BSKcbequer BSKcbequerThomas Ex beQuer bequer bequerThomas
Thomas L Clears Wilmington N C CJ Claj9r CMaj9r
laj9r General 0 the Uniform Ra RaukJ k kj
J R Carnahan Indianapolis IndianapolisA
A place for the next meeting will 1ie 1ieselected b bselected we weselected
selected tomorrow tomorrowThe tomorrowTt tomorrowTte
The Tt work of the Rath RathlKne bone Sisters SistersKIDNAPED Si5te4s Si5te4sKIDNAPED istSKIDNAPED
KIDNAPED ITALIAN BOY BOYHAS BOYw BOYHAS
HAS B BEEN SENT BACK BACKNew j jIannlno
+ New w York Aug 18 lSAntonlo Antonio t 4
4 Mannino the 10yearoid Brook 4 4lyit
+ lyn boy Who was thought to have havebeen 4
4 4 been kidnaped kldnapedby by membws of orthe ortheitalian the 4 4 4Italian
4 + Italian Black Hand society was wasfound 4
4 + found found at midnight tonlghe tonight tonIghn tn Co Columbla Celumbla +
4 + lumbla street three blocks bloc from fromW5 rom 4 4hishOm4
4 + his hishOm4 hdm m mWhen 4 4 4When
4 + When olosely Io iY questioned fte 11 heesi ad adthat ajd Id 4 +
4 that ever since he had been taken takenaway 4 44away 4away
4away + away he had h d lived in a large largehouse 4 4 4house
4 + house the location of which he diS drnot dt 4 4not
+ not know knowf knowTh knowTherest
+ f The Th Therest rest of the boys story story was wasnot +
4 not clear and in several seeralJJttlilticu seeralJJttlilticulars paaticu 4
4 lars lam he contradicted himself himselfDEADLOCK 4 4DEADLOCK 4DEADLOCK
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
DEADLOCK CONTINUES CONTINUESSt
St Joseph ilo Io Aug IS 18t At the COB COBelusion o oelusion coselusion
elusion o tho TSSth ballot for censr eR congress congressUtaH sa samaii ft ftman
man without change the Fourth district districtIH
IH Democratic convention which wbllhhas baa baen1 baen1In bsiIn
In deadlock since July 26 took arecess arecessCcchran a aCochran rftle rftleCG
Cochran CG hran Wilson and Booher are still the theonly theonly theonly
only names before the convention conventionChicago conventione conventionPASSED
e 0 0PASSED
PASSED CENTURY 1t 1tChicago htABx htABxChicago
Chicago IlL Augw Atgof IS lSIsaa Isaae tJcrs tJcrsof neI1sof
of Neponset 111 is dead at thlBra3re tlrrNe Se of 4 4lOi J10i
lOi years He had used tobacco sino in ID41 ID41lit J Jhe
he 11 was 12 1 years old olda
a
and an the Pythian Sisterhood cloned ed flor flortheday > or orlheday 1 1be
theday be > day with the final plans for amal amalgamation amalgamation amalgamatlon ¬
gamation still unreported to the con conference conrence conference ¬
ference rence committee The Th Rath Rathbone RathboneStaten bone boneSIsterfi
Staten Sist voted to discontifnic the insur insurance insurance Insurance ¬
ance feature of their order orderTho orderTho orderTho
Tho Khorassans today decided to
holt meeting m Ung at Detroit in 1905 The Theconvention Thecopven Thecopventtoji
convention copven tioJl hereafter will be indepen ¬
dent of the Pythians Pyt1liansEfforts PythiansEfforta
Efforts were made to complete UH >
drills today toda by crowding thee days daysprogramme da daprpgramme daysprogiamme
programme into two but hutthe the compan ¬
los Ie ftom Covington and Eokomo fell felled fafIeel fullad ¬
ed to appear appear They The will perform rlonn to toraocrow tomorrow tomorrow
morrow raocrowCaptain morrowCaptain
Captain CaptainM M M 1 Frey Pre quartermaster quartermasterof
of oCthe the Sixth Pennsylvania regiment regimentaccidentally regimentaccidentally
accidentally shot himself in the leg legwMIe
wMIe 1Ale experimenting witha With a magazine magazinerevolver magazinev magazineretofver
revolver v rver His wpund is not serious seriousHUNGRY seriousHUNGRYSTRIKERS seriousHUNGRY
HUNGRY HUNGRYSTRIKERS STRIKERS STRIKERSTRY STRIKERSTRYTOKILL
TRY TRYTOKILL TO KILL CATTLE CATTLEChicago
4 Chicago hio Aug 18 18The The fiercest fie fieriot 4
4 riot riot of the stock yardd ard3 strike oc4 oc occurred +
4 curred tonight when hungry dwell dweUers + >
4 4 ers of 0 the packing > house district districtsought 4 4
4 sought to capture and kill eight eightsteers 4
4 4 seers steers that thuthad had escdped escaped from the theards 4 4Yards
+ yards ards The mOb numbered 40004 4000 4000p 4000persons +
4 + persons p rsons and the streets stre ts were4 were 1 1cleared 4cleared
+ cleared only after 120 I O policemen in Intlve 4
4 five squads had charged the riot riotcrs 4
4 4 ers on four zd des d dhots t +
4 4 hots were tired and scores of ofrioters 4
4 rioters were clubbed Few arrests4 arrests arrestswere +
4 were made ma e asthe as lf1 police p llce contented conteritedthemselve contoatedthemselves +
4 + themselves Mth ifb dispersing illep rsing the themob 4
4 mob In no previous riots were wer werlubs wer4clubs 4 + j
4 4clubs clubs used u d so sotrecly sotreclyAGED freely 4 4AGED 4t
+ + + + + + t + + 4 + + + + 4i 4ic
c I IAGED
AGED IDAHO MAN FALLS FALLSFROM FALLSh FALLSFROM
h
FROM SHORT LINE TRAIN TRAINHaines TRAlfjHaines TRAINHalnes
Haines Ore Or > Aug 18 lSA A Blessing BICS6inger
6 GS years of age formerly of Caldwelf CaldwelfIfla Cnld CaIdweIlIdai weIf
Ifla Idai in the Boise valley vaJI fell off a atIt
fninj tIt bound bu for Portland about fmli fmlimil85i
mil85i full west westoCBak of ofBak Baker r City tonight His Hisdaughter Uladaughter Hisdaughter
daughter was on the train tr in and gave the
1larm larm A handcar from Baker City ity if 1 1tlhSo a arhl
tlhSo rhl fr f 1 rtiACillS rrwn I
EXCITEMENT AT ATTHE ArTHE ATTHESTOCK
THE THESTOCK STOCKYARDS STOCKYARDSmallFire STOCK YARDS YARDSI YARDS5maflFire
I
5maflFire mallFire maI1 fire Gave G ve Rise to Incen IncenI Inc Incndiary n ndiary
I diary Rumors RumorsSTUDENTS R Rumorst RumorsSTUDENTS mors
t 4 4STUDENTS
STUDENTS ROUGHLY HANDLED HANDLEDBACE HA JOLED JOLEDItAGE
+
BACE ISSUE RAISED BY THE THESTB1XEBS THESTRIKERS THESTRIKERS
STRIKERS STB1XEBSChicago STRIKERSChlca STRIKERSe STRIKERSChicago
e
Chlca Chicago o Aug IS is7Fire 18FIre Fire in the th north northeast northeut northeast ¬
east corner cner at otthe the stock yards today todaygave tQduyve todaypave
gave ve rise to exciting rumors that In Incendiaries mcendiaries incendlarles ¬
cendiaries were at twork work Sparks Spath5 pre presumably JWC JWCsomably iiresumably ¬
sumably from a passing slng10e0mttve slng10e0mttvefeU locomotive locomotivefell
fell into a pile 8t f hay The blaze bla was wasquickly 1tS 1tSquitkly
quickly extinguished extinguishedGeorge extinguishedGeorge
George B Bailey B iley an Englishman Englishmanwho En lsman lsmanwho
who was employed by b packers agents agentson
on Ellis island as soon as h hft landed landedfrom laRdedhont landedfroM
from his native land lost lo his presence presenceof
of mind ml wfcen his train drew into the thestock thestock thestock
stock yards today A menacmgloek menacmgloekI menaclnglookcrowd
I lag S crowdhad crowd had gathered at the tracks tracksBailey trackSBailey tracksBalky
Bailey getting out his revolver began beganshooting began8hootl beganshooting
shooting 8hootl He fired live shots and wasreloading wasreloading was rnsreloading
reloading his weapon > when a pollce pollcenMut poll pollarr polleeman
man arrested arr ted him No person was hit hitby bitBaileys hitby
by Baileys bullets bulletsA
A new source of trouble developed developedin
in the strike situation today when the thegrease thegre thegresse
grease gre se wagon w on teamsters voted to han handle handle handie ¬
dle nothing BOthingfor for meat meatdeolers dealers who are areunfair arefair areufMr
unfair fair The teamsters will not taut Jaulny laulany tautanY
any ny refuse except for dealers who whopatronize whopdlOBize whopatronize
patronize the independent packers packersonly packersonly packersonly
only
Ban Into Trouble TroubleBecause TroubleBecause TroubleBecause
Because they wanted to study the thestrike theatI1ke Thestrike
strike situation two Harvard stu students DtUtlents atudents ¬
dents William P Astor and Blaine BlaineEvans BlaineEvtw BlameEvans
Evans ran into serious trouble today todayat tod8 tod8at
at Twentyeighth street and Ashland Ashlandavenue AshlandaTtnue Ashlandavenue
avenue and were nearly killed They Theywere Theywere Theywere
were carrying small packages > e that thatlooked thatlooked thatlooked
looked like luncheon boxes and were weretherefore weretlterefore weretherefore
therefore mistaken for strikebreakers strikebreakersJt
Jt mob gathered and the students tried triedto triedto triedto
to board a passing pas ng car Hurry on ontlere ont ontiere
tlere t e cried members of the crowd crowdan crowdtit crowdsad
an sad tit t full speed the car went forward forwardIn
In front of it ass a8 a garbage I3rba e wagon wagonthe wagontle wagonthe
the driver of which hi b David Neele sup supposed supposed ¬
posed the car would stop and made no noeffort noeftDrt noeffort
effort to get et out of the way ajo His wa wagon waIOB Wanon ¬
non was struck and upset and he was wasthrown wasthrown wasthrown
thrown to The street with such vio violence yb yblence 10 10Jence ¬
lence that his right arm was as broken brokenThe brokenT1Ie brokenThe
The tudeuUi tudenU in the excitement es escaped escaped encaped ¬
caped but were ere overtaken and beaten beatenby beatenstrJk beatenby
by strike pickets to whom they ex explained explained cxplainest ¬
plained their purpose They The said they theydid theydt theydlii
did not enjoy their rough experience experiencebut ex rlence rlenceI
but I were not willing mns to be deterred deterredthereby deterredthereby deteiredthereby
thereby from prosecuting their inves investigation investigation Dea DeatisaUon ¬
tigation tisaUonaac
Race Issue Baised BaisedPresident RaisedP BaisedPresident
President P 4ent Donnelly Donncllyhas has had a con conference conference conference ¬
ference with the executive board withthe withthe
the I I Lcague > ague a of American Business BusinessMen Businessden BusinessMen
Men which was organized to to raise raisefund raisefundi raisefunda
fund for the strikers A committee committeewas comn ttee tteewas
was formed to extend the movement to toall toall toall
all parts of the city instead of confin confining conflllinl confinlug ¬
lug it to the stock stockards yards district The Theleague Theleague Theleague
league has raised the race issue taking takingthe takingtbe takIngthe
the ground und that if the packers will not notend notead notcud
end the strike all the white residents residentswin residentswID residentsm
win m W driven from the tb stock yards yardsand yardsrM ards
1 rM and 4 iltet t the place will become becomesettlemenUAvIth becomeRttl becomea
a liegt < settlemenUAvIth Rttl it nt4fth a a population populationof opulatiqof
of at atJea least 70WO 70 men women and chit chfldren chfit1Ien chitA
dren t1IenA drenA
A police po1lceorder order forbidding access to totre totte totle
tre stock yards jordsto to any person wearing wearinga
a union button went into effect today todayHitherto todayHItherto todayHitherto
Hitherto hundreds of persons have havesurge haNe8U havesurgea
surge 8U surgea in and out of Exchange avenue avenuewithout aenuewithout avenuewithout
without question as that private privatethoroughfare pri privatethoroughfare te tehfare
thoroughfare hfare and nd a parallel at Forty Fortyftfth Fortyfifth Forty111th
fifth street crossing The stock yards yardsare yardsace yardsatc
are the only means ns of reaching the thestrict tlHcIIstrict theistrlct
strict cIIstrict a a mile to the west without go gotog g0InS golug
tog north to TMrtynihth Tt rtnlnth street stre t or orsouth orouth orsouth
south to Fortyseventh to find a pub public pub1ic publie ¬
lie street streetASSASSIN BtreetASSASSIN of reel reelASSASSIN
I
ASSASSIN IN WAITING WAITINGPrince WAITINGPrince WAITINGPrince
Prince Obelinsky Has Taken TakenCharge TakeCharge TakeiCharge
Charge as Governor Gen General General General ¬
eral of Finland FinlandHelsingfors FinlandHelaingfors FinlandHelsingfors
Helsingfors rug l ug IS lSPrince Prince Obelin Obelineky OblInsk7 ObeliiPsky
sky today assumed his functions fun t1ons as asgovernor asenJOr asgovernor
governor enJOr general of Finland Upon Uponte Uponhis
his te arrival here he W wup P driven drI eJ1 to the theUspewky thtUspewsky theUspesisky
Uspewky cathedral where he attend attended atte > d ded ¬
ed divine services Subsequently the thegovernor thegOVenlOr thegovernor
governor held a grand reception at n t the theimperial UteIlIIperla theImperini
imperial palace paJa < The governor will willi willstalt willstart
i start at once on a tour of inspection inspectionef
ef the tbegrnnd grand duchy duchyPrince duchyPrince uct uctPrloee
Prince John JohnObelinsky Obelinsky formerly formerlyi formerlyvern formerlygovernor
i governor vern r of Kherson and later of ofKharkoff ofK1Iarkoff ofKharkoff
Kharkoff was appointed July 4 last lastto Jastto lastto
to succeed as governor general of Fin Finland Finland Finland ¬
land General Robrikoff who was shot shotJune shotJune shotJune
June 6 of the present year earby by a stu student 5tud student ¬
dent d t Eugene Schaumann son of ex exSenator cxSenator
1 Senator Schaumann General Bobric Bobrickoff BobrlekcHr Bobriekoff
koff died the following day dayAccording dayAccording ay ayAccording
According to a dispatch to the As Associated Astated Assedated ¬
sedated tated Press Aug 5 Princess < s Obe Obelensky Obelensky OhsIensky
lensky wife JCe of the governor general generalis
is said to have received re < eive i many threat threatening threatening threatcuing ¬
ening letters stating that her hue husband tl1t5bnd hueband ¬
band would ould be killed within a week weekafter weekArter weekafter
after his arrival in Finland FinlandKNAPP FinlandKNAPP FinlandKNAPP
KNAPP MEETS DEATH DEATHIN DEATRINELECTRIC
IN ELECTRIC CHAIR CHAIRCou CHAIRCoIu1l CHAIRColumbus
j
+ Cou CoIu1l Columbus tbu8r nJSr Ohio Aug 19 1 ioAl Al AICreel 4 4f + 4
f fred A Knapp convicted of the thef themurder 4 4murder
+ f murder of f his wife Hannah God Goddud +
4 dard Knapp and who confessed confessedt + f fto
+ to aye murders was as electrocuted electroCutedIn 4 4t t tf
f in the annex at the Ohio peniten penitentiary penltentfary +
+ tiary a few minutes after mid midf mldnight + 4night
+ f night nightt nightKnapp +
nightKBapp
+ t Knapp who weakened when hell lIe lIefound 4 f ffound
+ found his last hope for life had hadl01lt f 4 4gone
+ f gone and expressed a fear that he heWQUld 4 t
4 4 would have to be carried to the thedeath 4 4death 4 4death
+ death chair regained his nerve nerveand t tand
+ and met his hisfate fate with little show showor 4 f fof
+ or fear or emotion The first shock shockwas 4 4was 4 4was
+ was appliedat applied at 1202 the second s ond a at aminute aminute +
+ t minute lateivand at 1200 fee was wast wasronoun +
1 t pronounced ronoun dead deadUTAH 4 t tUTAH
4 + + + + + + + + + + 44 44UTAH + + + + + I
UTAH REPRESENTED REPRESENTEDAT
I AT THE GATHERING GATHERINGSpecial
S
Special to The Herald HeraldDedfiam HeraldDedJ1am HeraldDedliam >
Dedfiam Mass Aug Au IS lsone One of th thmost thmost thmoat ° >
most notable table family gatherings ever everheld everheld everheld
held in the east took place here today todaywhen todaywhen todaywhen
when the Fairbanks family famil of America Americaconvened Americaconvened Americaconvened
convened at t the historic homestead homesteadhere homesteadhere homesteadhere
here in Dedham The building was waserected waserected waserected
erected in 1636 by Jonathan Fayerbomc Fayerbomcfrom FacrbIlnKfrom FayerbanKfrom
from whom the family springs There Thereare ThcCIe Thereare
are over 1SOOO descendants The Utah Utahrepresentatives CtalxtIV1s Utitixrupreerntatlvus
representatives tIV1s wereMiss were Mtss 115s Edith Boyd Boydnd Boydafld
afld nd Abraham Doreno of Salt Lake LakeMary LakMar LakeMar
Mary Mar FairbanksBrown and Lilliu l M MFairbanksof Mrairbankj Mrairbanke
Fairbanksof rairbankj or Payson Utah UtahPOISON UtahPOISON Utahes
es a aPoisou
POISON IN THE TB CREAM CREAMRichmond CR CREAIiLRichmond M MRkhmond
Richmond Va Aug IS 18It It Is re reported reported yeported ¬
ported from Lynchburg that at Pleas Pleasant Plcasant Pleasant ¬
ant View Amherst county last night nighttwentyfive nighttwent nighttwentyfive
twentyfive twent ftve persona personaatjend1ng attendingthe attending the meet meetlng meetig
5 ing of the PledmontiiBaptlst PieItIno t aptJst associa association aSsociation xtasociadon ¬
tion were w re ipolsoned p po1sonedcral lson d severai seeralfatallyb seeralfatallybpating fatally fatallyby fatallybyeating by byeating
eating ice ic cream Pleasant View Is re remote rem remate ¬
mote m tp and i the hi rumor is nut fully con confirm confirrn confir
firm fir m I
SYMPATHY WITH WITHHONEST WITHHONEST WITHHONEST
HONEST LABOR LABORExSenator LABORI LABORExSena LABORExSenator
a I
ExSenator ExSena or Davis Knows Knows1What Knows1Whatit What Whatit
it is to Work WorI WorI x xBELIEVES
4 4BELiEVES I
BELIEVES IN LIVING WAGES WAGESCOMPLETE WAG S SCOMPLETE
I
4 4COMPLETE
COMPLETE ANSWBR TOA JO A LYING LYINttPUBIrlOATION1 LYINGJ LYINGPrn3LIOATION LYIN1rn
PUBIrlOATION1 PUBIrlOATION1OA Prn3LIOATION Prn3LIOATIONR J
n OA OtNOKE OKE Va Aug tt DTlae The fol folx follof1 lottc
R tc x lowing lof1 letter from H G Davis Davistl Davistle
tl tle e Democratic candidate for t fs vice vicepresfdaqt Vir Virpreshloqi ice icepresfd
presfdaqt presfd has been awde pufefte pu1f1ic k ere ereElkins hereElkfnti te teElkfns
Elkfns W V Va A Aug g 15 i5 3fi mttXr 1tMr LaEr I IV IV IV
i I V Johnson JQhn n Roaaoke Roanofte Va V VsMy My y Dear Dear3lr Dear1r DearMr
3lr 1r Johnson U I am glad t tehave70ur tehave70urletter is have your yourletter yourletter
letter calling my m attention to the pub publication publication pubIleation ¬
lication placing me ia an attitude of ofhostility Ofhostility ofhostility
hostility to the J laboring class No one onewho onewho onewho
who knows me personally or is at t alt sllacquainted altacquainted 11 11acquainted
acquainted with Y the circumstances d Ct2CIilIt C of ofmy ofmy ofmy
my life will put any credence in thu thustatements th thstatementS thostatemenIn
statements to which you refer I think thinkI
I can well claim that I belong to the thelaboring thelaboring thelaboring
laboring class For many years I Iworkedin Iworkedin Iworkedin
workedin the ranks as a a wageearner wageearnerand WA wageearnerand eamer eamerand
and I know what it is to earn ru my liv living II IIins IIving ¬
ing by the sweat of my brow On the theether tbeether theether
ether hand I have been a large Iar em employer employer employer ¬
ployer of labor In raOfoads coal mines mineslumber mineslumber mineslumber
lumber mills etc and have aveJte never er had hadany hadany hadany
any serious trouble with bur ur men I Icap Ica Ican
cap ca recall but two instances in which whichth whichthre bfth bfthth
th thre re were strikes and these e were of ofshort ofshort ofshort
short duration and peaceably settled settledNo aettledNo settledNo
No man has evar been discharged d rgecl from fromour f1tnour fromour
our service because h he was a union unionman unionman unionman
man or been evicted evi ted from a companys companyshouse Ompan companyshouse tI tIbous
house for any reason JthIUk I think you ou will willfind willfind willfind
find that the conditions of the railroad raflroadman raDroadman railroadman
man ard the miner in connection with withthe withthe withthe
the enterprises I have ha e directed will willompare willCompare
Compare most favor favorably ly with tho in inother inother
other localities of the th country countryI
I have always believed and my con conviction conYiCtiOR conviction
viction came from the hard school of ofexperience ofexperience ofexperience
experience that measured by the char character character character ¬
acter of the work he does and the cost costof coatof t tof
of living every man to entitled to full fullcompensation fullcompensation fullcompensation
compensation for his services servicesI
I am charged withWving with avin institute instituteproceedings lnofitutelproceedings i iproceedings
proceedings which led to an 1 injunction injunctionagainst lujunrtlonagainst Injunctinagainst
against strikers by Judge J Jackson of ofthis 0this Ofthis
this state The fact in I bad nothing nothingwhatever nothigwhatever nethiegwhatever
whatever to do with the case and aGdkn Knew Knewnothing knewnothing w wnothing
nothing about the matter ter until I read readof readof readof
of it in the newspapers The injunction injunctiondid
did not apply to the th mea in our em employ employ employ ¬
ploy nor norp norportain partain rtaln to them thznfn in any way wayOn wayOn wayOn
On the contrary contra I remember on one odecaslon oc occasion ormelon ¬
melon one of our superintendents superintendeutsge rug sugi ruggerted
i gefted ge ed an injunction against our men menand menand menand
and I declined to consider it itH itH ItH
H G DAVIS DAVISSTRIKERS DA DAViSSTRIKERS VIS VISSTRIKERS
STRIKERS IN AMBUSH AMBUSHFusillade AMBUSHFusillade I IFusillade
Fusillade of Shots as a Train Trainload TrainIpad Trainload
load of Strike Breakers BreakersPassed BreakersP BreakersPassed
Passed P ssed Christopher III IIIZeiflCr IIIc IIIZeigU1 IIIZeilerUI
c
ZeiflCr ZeilerUI ma U1 Attgl AU IS 11gu ILTwo Two w wendnd wendndgusrds W d dguards
guards gu rds lying in the hospittl h h ep1t l here berQIIe berQIIesltlt heroneslbt one onesltet
sltet in the nedcwfth n 1tfth both wrist t and andhand andhand andhand
hand torn by buckshot the other hit hitin hit1n hitin
1n in the side by a mixed load from troJnshot a ashot ashot
shot gun gtmsum sum the casualties in the thesecond taeseconJl thesecond
second battle with the strikers which whichoccurred whichoccurred whichoccurred
occurred today toda half a mile south of ofChristopher ofChristopher ofChristopher
Christopher ChristopherTfce
The appearance of an Illinois COn Central C COntral n ntrai ¬
tral special carrying twentysix miners minersand minersand minersand
and nine guards was awaited aaitedby by the thestrikers thestrikers thestrikers
strikers concealed in a cornfield he hehind Dehind behind
hind logs and stumps Just south of ofthe ofthe j
the switch on the Zeigler branch fire firewas Firewas 7lrewas
was opened on the approaching special specialin
in a flattering > volley and continued continuedfor OI
for about five minutes mbtu ina iD a desultory desultoryway desultoryWy desultoryway
way Especial effort seemed med to be bemade bemade bemade
made to hit the engineer < as many manyshots manyshots manychute
shots missed him only a few Inches fawhesBullets bldteBullets InchesBullets
Bullets plowed into the hard wood woodcovering woodcovering GOd GOdcoyerJng
covering of o the coach sad caboose ca ooee at atall atall atall
all angles angl showing a heavy fire both bothtrain bothon I Ion
on the approach and retirement of th the thetrain I Itrain
train Shots were plainly heard Jn JnZeigler jnZeigler jnZeigler
Zeigler ZeiglerThe ZeiglerThe ZeiglerThe
The trainmen tra Inmen returned under escort escortof escortor cort cortof
of United States St tes deputies and Zeigler Zeiglerguards Zeiglerguards Zelgiergnarcls
guards which escort t will remain with withthe withthe withthe
the train until it returns witt another anotherimportation DOtbetimportation anotherImportation
importation of laborer laborerMRS labor laborGAC laborqs laborqsMRS
GAC GACMRS o
MRS WILLENS HAS A ACHANCE ACHANCE ACHANCETO
CHANCE CHANCETO TO RECOVER RECOVERChicago RECOVERChicago RECOVERChicago
Chicago Aug IS lSIt It was as said by byphysicians byph byphysicians
physicians ph sicians today tod that Mrs John T TWillens TWillens i iWiUens
Willens of Memphis Tenn Te DU one of the thefour thefour
four occupants of An automobile which whichwas WhichWas whichwas II
driven int the last lastnight lastnight
was into > Chicago river I Inight
night had a fighting chance to recover recoverand rec recoverand er erand
and that the others were ere apparently apparentlymuch apparentlymuch I
much better They are R It C Burroughs Burroughsof Burro urretigbGof rb6 rb6of
of this tbi city owner of the car and oper operating operating operating ¬
ating it at the time of the accident A AP A AR APS
P Canong Clarksdale Miss and John JohnT JohnT
T Willens husband of airs Willens WillensMrs WitlensIrs Willens3lis
Mrs Irs Whims was reported to have a abroken tbrok abroken
broken brok n collar bone and to be badly badlybruised badlybruised
bruised Louis Mohwr a sailor who whoplunged whoplunged whoplunged I
plunged into the river and aided In ear saving SQVIng earlag ¬
ing the lives of several of the seen occupants ClCCu1 seenpunts ¬
pants of the car appeared at the hotel hotelwhere botelwhere hotelwhere
where the party is staying today and andinquired andinlulred andiniiuired
inquired after aftt > r the th condition ofrthose he hehad hehad hehad
had rescued rescuedVERITABLE i iVERITABLE
rescuedGiJI
GiJI GiJIVERITABLE
VERITABLE REIGN OF OFTERROR OFTERROR OFTERROR
TERROR IN GEORGIA GEORGIAStatesboro GEORGIAStat GEORGIAStatesboro
+ Statesboro Stat sboro Ga Aug 18 ISThe ISThedevdopmcnts The Thef 4 4developments
+ f developments in the situation here herefoHowing + f ft
4 t following the Darning of the thegroes n nf +
4 f groes Cato and Reed on Tuesday Tuesdayf ay5ho + 4show
+ f show 5ho today only a rei relJPtttlon otition of 4 4yesterdays t tf
+ f yesterdays events excepting that thatno 4 I
4 no killings have nav been reported reportedfrom 4 4t +
4 t from the country districts Two Twonegroes +
4 negroes a man manmd and a woman KomaDwere + f
I
4 + were whipped near r Register ten bmmiJes tenmiles +
+ miles from here It is reported reportedalso 4 4
4 also that several others received received1ashings 4
4 4 lashings atother localities Many MaD7negroes 4
4 4 negroes have left and it is said aid I Ithat 4 4that
+ that a scarcity of labor in the Olefields thefields 4 +
4 + fields is sure to follow as a the cot ootton 4 4ton
4 + ton picking season > a is at hand l lc lHUSTLING iHUSTLING 4 4HUSTLING +
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + I
c
HUSTLING EOR VOTES VOTESBoth VOTESI VOTESBoth VOTESBoth
I
i
Both National Committees Comm ttees Sending SendingSpeakers SendingSpeakers SendingSpeakers
Speakers to Maine land Vermont VermontNev VermontNe VermontNew
New Ne York Aug IS ISBoth Both national nationalcommittees natJonalcommittees nationalcommittees
committees continue to give attention attentionto
to thestates of Mermont nnont and Maine MaineSpeakers MaineSpeakers laJneSpeakers
Speakers are being engaged and sent sentto eutto routto
to the states as fast as arrangements arrangementscan
can be made wlthrtheni wlthrtheniSenator wlththetnSenator withthepiSenator
Senator Proctor of Vermont wa w at atthe atthe atthe
the Republican headquarters today todayexpr and andexpressed od odexpressed
expressed expr sed confidence of a full Repub Republican Ropsfllican ¬
lican vote ote which wouldbe would be about 2590 j jmajorit 25 25majority i imajority
majority He told members of the na national national i itlonal
tional committee that the gold Demo Democratli Democrats i icrata
crata generally would return to their theirparty theirpart theirparty
party part this thl year and it iUs is estimated that thatabcuOOO thatabcu i iabcu
abcu abcuOOO ¼ S000 QOODemocratsvoted jDemocratg voted with th thR thRepubicans
Repub R Repubicans P1D jaIS cans eIgh lg 1gh t e exit p agv ag l enator enatorProctor enatorPro natorPr
Proctor Pr Pro ctor tor says aythere S there the MBS 1 aot teen bee an anplpCtion anelartion n nelection
election since sin 1SSS in which party con conditions condiUon9 conditlons ¬
ditions in the states wre wr so normal uormaland normaland
and rfgulU
REACHED PORT PORTBADLY PORTBADL PORTBADLYDAMAGED
BADLY BADLYDAMAGED BADLYDAMAGEDReport Y DAMAGED DAMAGEDReport
+ I
Report of the Commander of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Vladivostok Vladivo tok Squadron SquadronHEAVY SquadronI
4 4HEAVY I
H HEAVY A YY LOSS OF RUSSIANSRURIK RUSSIANS RUSSIANSi RUSSIANSRURIK RUSSIANSRUBlE
I i
RURIK HIT EARLY HT THE EN ENGAGEMENT ZNGAGB3IBNT N NGAGEMENT ¬
GAGEMENT GAGEMENTir
4Sr rF 4 ir PETERSBtJBG i Aug i Km Imjer Imjeror Jmeror > er eror
Sr or Nicholas teas received relflIH 1 ds dspatcb d dpatek dspatch
patch from Viceroy VIcero AlexirrY Alf > p Jai J Jat lt dat
at t Vladivostok VJadh Itok < Aag A 17 aayiig thu thuthe th1tibe thttthe
the cruisers Rossia and GromotNl of o tii tiiVladivostok tt ttVIIMtOtok thVladivostok
Vladivostok squadron Quad returned nat returnedVladivostok u nell nellYladlnJetok u uVl
Vl Vladivostok dlvoetok Aug Au It 1 and comm commlJlka < jii a 1 1the 1tbe 1the
the following report njMtde by byAdmiral b I I4m1nJ iAdudral
Admiral Jessen coosmander of < > f the therqvadron t uicsquadron i1t i1tpci1ladron
squadron rqvadronAt pci1ladronAt
At dawn ni U Aug 14 the therumobot K Ht s sromoboi i iJromobot
romoboi and Tiurih arrived fortyt fortytirites funyrrriles forty t
irites from and paraU parallel1ith parallel i with Fuson Fu on at t1J t1Jthirty arUthirty < a athirty
thirty miles from the northern Ugh lighbouse Ughhoup Ughhouse
house of Tsu island islandWhen islandWben inlandWhen
When to the westward I saw sa a JH JHanese JdalteR Jaelae
alteR elae squadron of armored rruisers rruisersmites eruiwremiles rui r rmUes
mites to the north traveling paralli paralliwith 1ara1IwI alI1 alI1witb
with wI th our COU Courna H This sqttadron squad i on ro rosi 1J1silteel cosieted
si silteel ted of four vessels e of thr th Ini Initype I lts ltstype w wtype
type and was > as putting on full speed speedI SJHfJtook
I took a course to the > north I1OI1hwwitb aorthwa aorthwawith wc wcwith
with a view iew to attaining the th open ft fttut c c1ait p p1lIt
tut tb the enemy enEmwho who was of upor ilUJwrpttd euperareed uporspeed >
speed turned Immediately and took ti tisanw tisalnf tisame
same course courseCompelled courseCompelled OlQCompelled
Compelled to Fight FightI FightWAS
I was therefore b rrore obliged to en ena enaI ra rain a aI
I in battle which commenced at r > oV oVir 0 0ir oI < > >
I I ir it the morning with sitha itba a distance of sixfv sixfvcables six sixI sx sxcables
cables between tWfn the tll two squadrons squadronscable fOuadronllcable ecuadronscable >
I cable length e h is s tt I5 yards yardIn yardsIn yardSIn
In the straits to the south we wend sa mv mvsecond n nsecond
second nd class cruiser of the > Nan Nantype XanI Nantype
i I type coming to join j < in the enemy enemyAt enem enemI enemyAt
I At a convenient conenf > nt opportunity we w ra raidly raI vsidly
I idly turned to the right intending thtndirigpproach i iapproach tpproach
pproach the Korean coast < and by bycreasing in increasing i irea ¬
creasing rea n our speed < T d to seventeen n kii kiiwe k knwe i1 i1e
we e seemed ee d to have an opportunity opportunitysucceeding opportunitysUCed1ng opportunitYsucceeding >
succeeding but bu t the enemy flnem n no now nowerved w 01 01erved I IeTVtd
erved our intention and direr dirftt ted > d hi hii h hOUIt hours =
i our ours toward u ns for the purpose purpooftlDdertng purposelindering > f fMndering
Mndering our designRudk desIgnRurik design designRurik
Rurik Disabled DisabledHardly DisabledHardly DisabledHardly
Hardly five h > minutes TT nutn passe pUSPi i lpfo lpfothe 1 1ef 1efthe f fthe
the flunk left the ranks < and an J igimi igimireplied igllithat igi igithat
that htrHeering gear was dioO1 diebled diebledreplied blfd r rreplied
replied Steer fOl > with nh the engines engiitescontinued ngil1 an ancontinued i icontinued
continued on niy ni former course courseSeeing coursESeeing coureeSeeing
Seeing that all of the Japan v t iii iiitrs il ilErs
Ers 15 were concentrating their fir flrf on o tn tnRurik t tRank 1 1Rurik
Rurik all my subsequent m3inouv m3inouving m3nUing mairuvtrig
ing was exclusively xtlu5h ly with the obje objeenabling fbjeenabli objez objezenabling <
enabling enabli the Kurik to repair her hf > T da daged fiaaged alaaged
aged rudder I attracted to myself nysei f ti titnetnys Itn I Ieneme
tnetnys n 8 fire in order to rover coy Oy er erRurik i iRnrik tRurik
Rurik CAdmir Admiral l Jeseen was W UI on i iAagship tlagskip
Aagship p RoaMs HossiaAt 8ia > IAt aAt
At this time I saw two tw virshu virshucne w wtrshjcne < nhi nhitne >
cne a second se ai and d the other oth > r a Ihj Ihjda liiidass hi hiclass <
class s cruiser coming omln to join the enem enemThe cnemThe eneinFbe >
The Bunk hoisted the signal can cannot cainot 1 1not ¬
not steer steerS atserSaetJnpneutaathbg
S SaetJnpneutaathbg steerBa mmuHynguv Ba neu in iirthe front frmtave H Hgave i igave <
gave ave tile Iturik a choice lok of going rlin i ithe Ithf Ithe
the > direction I of toe t theKorean Korean gulf gui an al 1 1
8 oetocJt eeio the sgS 81g aJ J wa wa liuited liuitedfcast hoinfdtta hoi ted tedat
fcast at
tRUrik
E Think rik Started startedThe East Eastrho ist istThe
The Itnrik nrik answered the sipnal a 1 1took 1tQOk Itook
took the requisite course OU > at full sp se seas pP > i i ias ias
as could be sent from the waves way > s fn fnher frDel friher
her bows bowsEventually bowsEventuaily s sEventuallv
Eventually the th Kossia and the themobol themobot G Ginobol
mobol took a northerly course at a di ditance 4 4tanee ii iitanee >
tanee of forty fortvtwo two cables The Rucv Rucvkept RUI RUIltePt Ru Rukept
kept a course u approximately southe southeat sOuthe4at
at a distance tane of three mIles mllaThe mn mnThe mIlesThe
The battle continued for two how houtin howin I Iin
in this manner mannerWe mannflrWe mannerWe
We suffered considerable da damitJo damitJoTbe damegThe max maxThe
The Rossia had three tb funnel unrJf > I plerrv plerrvwhich Jf pler plerwhich t twbih
which preve preafttT ttT her front keT kfPPinK kepinggood > injr ut utgood Ii Iiood
good ood steam awl three of hr boia boiawere 001112wtre boalesWere
were rendered render d useless uselessAt uselessAt
At 930 9 0 th tht > Rurik begn bf pn to tf lag la h hhind hhind tihind
hind considerably and again turned < d h1 h1bows h hhows hbows
bows toward the shore at thi san santime sit sittime a I Itime
time fighting a against ain t thf t th h two ecoi tC011 i iclass Iclass
class > cruiser ctU 8er which hICh had joined jO J th thafterward thEnfJDYs thI
I EnfJDYs squadron ThE Rurik ne neafterward tJ I Iaftflnrard
afterward begart to got pt out of sight sightVice sightYI sightcke
Vice YI Admiral Kaminiura with fo fofrmored fnFrmored fv fvsrmored
frmored cruisers kept ssteadfastiy stPa fa Jy iti itigaging < n ngaging 11in
gaging w us in such ll th manner mann r as to kc kcis kc kctes k kno
is from assisting the Rurik RurikPought RurikPought RurikFought
Pought Steadily On OnWhile Onbile OnWhile
While bile the Rurik continued flghtin flghtinwe
we continued ntinuEd ou oUr efforts to attiact th thenemy thenemy thenemy
enemy tUrther > r n north < > rth in the th hope tlin tlinthe t tn tnthe 1 1 1tM
the Rurik would manage to dispose disposeher disposeher >
her two comparatively weaker opp oppnents oppnmt <
nents and that after repairing rfairjn t tdamage tt ttdare tldamage
damage to her rudners rucftle he would i iable iable iable >
able to reach Vladivostok in4enemi in4enemiently intle itulepenuently ellu elluentiT
ently entlyShortly
Shortly before 10 oclock the ete eteias < i Ie Iei e einys
inys i yS fire wa a the most terrific of ts tsbattle I Ibattle it itbattle
battle but to our astonishment th thwhole t thwhole h hwbele >
whole Japanese apantS squadron left us after afterthe artecthe aftecthe
the most deadly fighting which haI haIlasted haIJarted ha haladed
lasted flve hours hoursThe hourTh hnurtThe
The Th Rossia had sustained elpvn elpvnboles elevnboles
boles at her nerhlr line 1tr and the th Gromoboi ha het1 het1six haIsix I Isix
six Both B th < Tuisers lost more than hai haitheir hatheir i f ftheir
their officers and the losses among amon th thmen t1 t1men tha thainca <
men totalled 25 per cent centIt rentIt centIt
It appeared impossible to renew I tbattle l lbattle n nbattle
battle or to return to the Kurik k whki whkivas whi1las whi i iaa
vas aa now thirty miles to the south southHeavy southHeavy QuthHeavy
Heavy Losses LossesTaking LossesuTaJtift Lossesrklng
Taking advantage of the aim aimstopped almstopped aimstopped
stopped our engines and quickly con conmenced COimenced conmenced
menced to repair the breach in our ourvessels Ql QleMeI oursensels
vessels m as to enable us to proceed d i iVladivostok lo loVJadJ nVladivOstok < >
Vladivostok VJadJ ok < aptain Berlinsky of th thRocsia thROIIId the theRoonia
Rocsia was killed and several of his of offlcers o okers otleers
flcers were wounded On board the Gr Grmobol Ormobol Grmoboi < >
mobol two lieutenants were > killed and andother andoUter andOther
other officers were wounded Both Bothcruisers Bot Bothcruisers l lrulsers
cruisers had 135 lt men killed and f07 J07woun4ed 3tCwounded f07wounded
wounded Captain Berlinsky was burial burialat
at sea seaThe seaThe
The report concludes nclud by testifying testifyingthe i ithe < >
the heroism displayed by b all the t be oiL otrcers oiLears
cers and men who it says seemed to torave toave tolave
rave ave been Mn made of iron knowing knowingfear n nfear IIfear
fear nor fatisroe fatisroeA
A personal examination xaminat ion of the t h dam damage da damage m mae ¬
age done to the cruisers ruj rs by b the Ja Jaanese Jaanese Jay Jayaisese
anese are Admiral Alexieff says n ntransmitting ntransmitting iitransmitting
transmitting the report convinces him himof himof him himof
of the high courage and s lfsacrificing selfsacrfftctlfclrortt selfsacrhiclmmgefforts > lfsacrificingefforts
efforts of those who took part pa rt in au d atmuneqUal auunequal I Iuneqttal
unequal battle against the superior superiorforces S1Iperiutorces superiurforces
forces of the Japanese JapaneseREADY Yapaneserena
rena renaREADY IIIi IIIiREADY
READY TO BEGIN BEGINWork BEGiNWork BEGINW
Work W rk on the Panama Canal Will be bePushed bef
f Pushed PushedWashington PushedWa5biagton PushedWashington
Washington Aug IS ISWork Work of f con constructing Ionsfructing eonstrueting ¬
structing the Panama canal fe about aboutto alfJUtto aboutto
to begin in earnest eam At the headquai headquaiters hadquarters headquaitars
ters of the commission < in this city citylarge cityJarge citylarge
large requisitions from the isthmus f fr frdY11mite frdynamIte r rdynamite
dynamite and an powder for bloating pur purposes purposes putposes ¬
poses are being filled filledTo ruledTo filledTo
To meet the demand for the th aih aiheiderable ofi ofiffiderable h hffiderable
ffiderable amount of printing require requirein TtquiTeftin
in connection with the th entTitfc entrl b > a atull i ifull tfull
full printing outfit has been author authorized authoriztd authorized ¬
ized and tbi this wW go forvarl at a the ttcearliest t theearliest h hearliest
earliest possible moment momentVICTIH mom4mte mom4mtVIOTm momentVIOTI21
e e
VICTIH OP A WOMAN WOUAlfSan
San Sa Francisco Fzncise Aug AUlJJSM ts XSMay Mux X Gutter Guttera Gut xr xra
a mining t man of Alameda secured a awarrant awarrant awarrant
warrant today for the t e arrest of Lena IeriaWalton t LenaWalton n nWatton
Walton known as a the Hettie Gr GrItf Gren Grenof > n nf
Itf > f Nonsr He II ar aUS6g a uss hr h hi < > r of sxvirvi sxvirviliug awirlhug winlin
hug in him out of 36000 6000 m a mining isaju

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