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NIOHT EDITION CRHISER II WICKED AND RUSSIAN TOWN WHERE lUluLfl ilUilV finLLiixLLJ fI.U nUDDEHi lU¥¥ll .81011 SHE WAS BEACHED BOMBARDED Bl THE JAPANESE Assault on Port Arthur Continued with Unbated Fury, the Japanese Securing Additional Points of Vantage to the North of the City Mikado Sends Reinforcements From the North ' *** f*»v P.rlrra N. wa 4t.nl BT. PETKIXStirnO, Aug I* — The Riinslan commandant *t Kur ■fcakovak. Island ■,( Sakha! mis ii.i. following: •*Slaca ? o'clock tht* morning th* enemy ha* bombarded Ivor ahkkovak. Th* government hou*** h»v* been destroyed. On* of the •_i :*.-.*.'» ah'; *|>p**red on Ih* hurlitin at 6 o'clock thl* n• : i.lng. It appro*, hi •'. to within fly* mllea of Ih* shore ami bottibartlcd Ivor •hakovak until 1:11 O'clock, when th* veaael turned anil disappeared. The damag* I* Inconsiderable. There were no caaualtlc*." TOKIO. Au«. S2— Th* 1; - an . ii.!.. i Novlk w*a destroyed 11 a Brc* battle yr»t«*rd*r laornlnE wKb the Japan*** i;. ;.- t- .1 ctulser* mm*a and Tsushima. The Nov Ik now '■*** a hop*'*** wreck beach •4 IB Korshakotrsk h»rbor on the Inland of Rakballea. She carried • it.* 01. t men, who**) fate I. nol known. The rhlltaw »n.l T*u*hlrn» lighted th* Novlk Saturday evening and * tunning fight ' «'i*<l I*«r liri*** put a .(up lo the ha((lc. but th* Japane** greyhound* hung on until morning, when tbey ttniim r.! their attack upon the Huwun vessel. According to the meager report* of Ihe battle received here, (he morning battle waa of *hor( duration The Japan*** buried a (errtflc ahower of projectile* Into the Itusslan vc»*,-l. and ._• wa* soon IB a •Inking •• ■•* !-* ■ n ( With her tie, a. runnine with blood and hrr upper work* a shape -I*** ma*. of steel and Iron, st,.- turned tall and lal, for the In*, h 11l Koraakovak harbor. It ia betlevett |ho*e of ber crew who »er» not killed or **rtou*'y wounded I n the battle managed to cape to th* (hoc*. One of ih* Novlk'* *bet!a bur it in a bunker nhoartl th* T.u.hlma i during the fight Saturday night, but by morning the Japanese had th* damage repaired sufficiently to enable Ihem tv continue the fight. Not a man waa lust on the -Jap* ecu* vessel* Captala Takahaahl commanded the Chtti.se. The Imperial Prince TortSlto, if the houae of tllg-shl ' ii.hitua la second in command on Board lb* Chlt-ae. < apt-ill -Villi . i.nißMtM (be Tsushima. . Sakhalin I.land I* * Hnaalaa pri**t. to th* north of Japia, being ■*(•_•*. from the Japanese Island Ilia by the lav I'rrt.tisi ■trait. The Novlk wa* evidently attempting to vlude the Jat anese It folate outald* of the Japanese Island. Intending to pa** through the I.* rrrouM* (trait, thence to Vladivostok. BOra Aag 15—11 ha. b* in officially confirmed her* tbat th* Russian erul»er Novlk «aa ma li yesterday off KnrsaknvsV. by th* Japan*** protected cruiser* Chiton* and Tsushima. Knrsakovsk I* a port oa th* * octhera coast of "riakhalirn. about fifty-five miles aortiicast of Via ! Ivottok. Th* Novlk an one of the I'rtrl Arthur squadron that mad* th* aortl* from fen Arthur and -a* whipped snd -.•■•-•: by Admiral Tof.,. fleet oa August 1* - Th* Novlk -a* a •eeond-rlasa rrulw-r of 3.000 ton* displacement. Kb* wa* 347 feet loaf, bad a speed of 14 knot* and wa* built la IMS. I i TOKIO, Aug. 12.—1t 1* offleUlly announced that the Ilus.lan gun. boat which w»* destroyed by striking a mine on August I'-'d * short distance from th* entrance lo Port Arthur harbor, wa. the (itva'nl. I.■■'■'. i . Aug. .'.'*. telegram • ,: ,> from Chtt** .-.*.• that tb* Japan*** I'a..-. In th- last assault are 2'••><>. Im lurllr,* «1 ufd.er*. TOKK>, Ant. 11. — Arrctrdtng lo advice* received here a **ver* a* inn came up *(t»r lb* (Inking of tbe Uu.aUn crulaa-r Novlk by Ih* Japanese cruiser. Chile,** ml T.usl.lini yc.ter.lay, preventing th* Japan*** tram i*> i *r any of Ihe crew of lb* .'.-..;«. wht.h num bered 331 men. JAPANESE TAKE MORE FORTS LONDON. Aug 22.—A Chefoo dlsp*!'h *t*(e« (hat (he Japanese hay* .wept the .aalan* from Pigeon bay. and h*ve .i; • ■-•. I (he fort to tbe eitreme north of the Inner defenses *t Port Arthur. The Japan*** are unable to occupy Pigeon l-.iv because of the Itusslan artillery tlm. The capture of Pigeon bay wa* made after a .!.-..< i ..'•• atruggle. entailing a great lon* In th* Japanese. The Chinese declare th*t the Japanese captured on* Important fort, located oa the Itishan hill*, midway between Ihe west seacnaat > ' The Seattle Star SEATTLE, WASHINGTON.MONDAY, AUGUST aa. 1904 and Ihe railway on a line draw li appro.lmatcty front a point mid **> between Pigeon *nd l-iuls* b«) s, CTIEFOO, Aug. 22.—According to reliable. Information from Port Arthur, the Japanese bare received 30.00Q re-cnforiemetits from Ibe north. Clll*.,'tx>, Aug. ::-Tlte .(earner VlctorU.arilvcd ihl* evening from Newthwang. Thi_* .,.,; report heavy (Irlng In I^mlsa ana Pigeon bay. between loot Ut. k la.( night and 1 Itils morning. Tbey .ata searchlight, playing freely and skyrockets signaling. PURITY OF CITY WATER SUPPL V IS THREA TEN CAMPERS AT CEJJAR LAKE ARC A MENACE TO THE PUBLIC HEALTH STEPS WILL BE TAKEN TO PROTECT THE RE SERVE AGAINST TRESPASSERS Ca«l>ers at (>,l«r lake threalrn the purity of Beattl*'* water sup ply. There «re now nearly a doren tunpa around (he .bore of tb* take. It Is said. >.-.',. i any one uf lb. persons In them be »(... te«i with (ypbold leer every drop of water coming Iti'o t_-a((ie would be con taminated. Medtial authorities agree that the typhoid germ ran It* carried In running water fur mite* ait.l remain active. The camper* at present a* the lak* claim to have permission from lliif'ni.i :'■'.. *,». ii who Is In charge of the rlly'* rarap at Ce«i*r Uke, to *tay there. Tb* city own* alt tht land around Cedar lak* from a mil* back from th* ahore. It etercise* *'...',*, control ovrr tbl* land, or •hou Id. Why th# board of work*. »ft*r th* rlty bad bought up all this tand for th* evpress purpose of protect. lag the tlty'* water supply, *houl.l rl.k Its can(amlnatlon I. not clear to local medltal men itiu other rltt tea* intereaie.l in malnlaining a pur*- water supply for Ibis city. 11, supposed ihat th- whole Cedar river and Cedar lake taster shea! was owned and feared In hv the city, absolutely protecting It from contamination.** said Health Officer l.udlow (his morning- "No camper* should be allowed on Ih* lake. Th* refit** which Ihey leave and (h* germ* whb h (hey mtghl eommnnli»!e to (he wster are sure CYCLONE SOUTH DAKOTA TOWN REPORT CO TO HAVE BEEN WIPED OUT —ONE KILLED AND A NUMBER HURT AT BRYANT, B. 0. * SIOI'X PALLS, S D, Ante. 22 — Many building, al Ilryarit, 8 l». and vicinity were last night wrecked by a ryrltiti*. ilrs. 11. H Hlllln* was killed and her daughter Nellie *a seriously hurt that she may die. THE ANNALS OF THE CHAMPION -l-REGRET-TO-REPORTER" lo contaminate It In lime. | (htnk that th* tKy should by all mean, lake step.. |f U haa Bot already, (ti keep every pusitlh!*. ssitirte of ■ •"■•>-.,.i ,'.-.* i from (he lake and rl.er. It la worth while." Clly Knglneer Thomson said lhat ( he had thought of the danger to (be water from campers, but not very seriously. He aald that he wa* In favor of some kind ot regula tion for campers In the rewcrvt*, "It Is lb* danger of fit** sel by tamper, rather than th* pollution of Cedar lake by Ihem lhat ha* beea worrying in.,' he aald. "A forest fire of aay magnitude started oa the city's tand would mean a lows of thousand* of dollars. It should be guarded against, I aia not clear a* to whether or not the rlly has the authority to administer the land Included la It* w*(ersbed. but ll It has not I would like to •■ - aa •rt passed by the legislator* which wonld give It Ihe right lo do an. In th* ML Hood forest tr*erv*ltoa Ihe government Bbwoltttely forbid* ib* en(r*n*-e of r*rap*rs, t... .■,.,• of danger of fire. "Ttie clly should (hen sdnpl *a Iron-riad rul* fur the regulation of lanits-ri on Ihe lake. I have t_-r! thinking lhal II mtghl be a pretty good plan to re.ttP I them to a «er tulii al.vatton nl.itn the lake a here there rami! I be atillitite .aa crag* sccennmortallon. and let (hem ltir* Battt* frtim the tlty if neceaaary. I think It would !•* tar..nir tti forbid IA number of other* were serliiualy wounded. The |. -. lo imp* l. be.ivy. It Is reported that the (own nf Willow tankc* Mn« entirely tl*. slroyed. The re|a.rt Is unconfirme.i. PROTEST CONSIDE 111 c««nr**ra absolutely frota enjoying tb* I- ...I- ■ . of ' c lal lake, "All Ihe refuse that a few camp. et* ml*tll Ihrow In Ihe lake tee. i . t.:> -, i not amount to murh • flee It had been diltit.d by tha( big h ' of Water and i • ! over a rocky river bed i«i 11. 1.-mlle voy. age lv Maul lie til HI, Ih* onitet. ,I*ll lO tea |e*j|.ilr,t (Mil llcuUrly en .:....! cf (nirat fire*." —The pollution cf fe.tnr lake by camper* sound rather rldlt ulnti. |o ptrf,. **ld Water rhipertntendent Toon*. •People have sn erroneous Idea »f what Cedar lake and I'edsr river are an I hns difficult It would b* la rontaintnate. Mist of the .-.'•. Which th* peo(,|* of ■ • !■:. •.is doe* nut come from th* lak*. It rinni«*ii from the mountain stream* ." tt»i ■ r Into Ih* river half way :..*-. It* . ..ur*e i .. Ihe dam, *'tl**lde«, *t (he fwe«.nl time (here I* abaolotety no water .tuning out af Ihe lake, ll Is dammed al Ita outlet Into Cedar tlver. while (he plfas lhal I* (v carry thi- water fur thm Wheels al the Uchtlng i ... ' three mite* below, l* being cotnpiet. •4, Th* tlver tun) below th* tak* 1* dry for a distant* of three mile* er more.** For all (bat. when the city bought Ih* land sround tbe lake (h* entire .1 i ii wss t 5- ■ t of !,.. t -. h *nd plowed <■•, In order to clear It of vegetable and sntutal refuw be(nre the water tn ih* tak* wa* raised lo It* Tetre»ent level. Thl* wa. don* In order lhal ther* might be no danger whatever of contamination. Th» esl.tence of even * *lnal* I camp mi lh» take .ht'ie I* a jsttM'tile ! danger lo the purity of the water I s,,[.| ■:■. tn view of the diminutive I .'..• of the lake SETTLED AT LAST After three day* of 'advl.ln* " the board of ..in..M«,,ti, ii ha. tout tu,led to l iitllprtimlae Ihe a.aeaarnent * .ti t the i«... -, prepettf af the Hunaei Telephone tumpMny. The ******** placed it *t i. ..-.'■• The buar.l cut Itldctt, acaln.l the proteal of fhe rotnpahy, to raise ll lot. i *•* Now- It ba* changed Ita mind _t_t |4*. Ed It al I'tJO.OOO Tbe three-weeks' session of the biMtd eti.t. till, evening. 1 tt. re was m,» dltferen.e of opinion, but the 1t..1,1 ..(tallied legal advice to the eff>- t that (he (hree works ended (ottuy. Murder and Lawlessness Attend the Meat Strike CHICArlti, Aug 12-—ln the ills- IliVrl) thla liviltilng of Ihe body of s working man with tils bend tmirl t.ty I.eKirti on Ihe pinlrle lour Hie (ttstkyard* the polite b«)l*V* Ihey have found Ibe victim tjf stilk. violence. Yesterday Andrew Klebnjewa.kl, a union man, was shut duwn In a fuslli.de of tevolver shots from a linn |n*de.l with «trlke I.ranker*. Th' (acker* were, .einllng oul 10 lialn* Im.,led with negroes no,I Ital ian*, all strike bleaker*, imr liuln wss »tnpp*d by the (siller at Pur tleih stieet and I'ttietald avenue lv order to pal four negin a omen altlke breakers on the train. Without a .lent.in.l t.t lin of soy kind being male Ibe negroes aboi-rd the train who hivd been thrown Into s panic, not knowing lb* reason for .!, Iping ih* train, threw t.t.en Ihe • In,lima and emptied their revolver* point uUnk Into the ctowd. A huat RAISING ISLANDER MAY BE DELAYED UNTIL SPRING The raising t.f tbe 111-fated Cana dian Pacific Navigation company* (t.amer Islander may have to be put off until nest cprtng. i:-. ■ - since the vessel wa* located by Captain Pinch, manager • f tbe Neptune sal **g* compaay. which has the con tract for lb* raising of the vessel, Ih* weather I ... beea bad and only (wo still days have prevailed. The company received a report from Captain Clara thl* morning which stated Ihl be wa* experienc ing ..me trouble wllh hi* lighting (pparatua. Th* darknea. ts so la tins* st tbe depth of 310 feet, to which Ihe cage ha* to descend, that tbe lamp*, which ar* now being ured. will penetrate but from *1* to eight feet Thi* make* It necessary to pa proach to within a few* feet of the hull of th* steamer and. la order lo dv *o wltii any kind of aafety, the water »* ...i-i b* perfectly •till. An other •ourc* of trouble I* the rock ing of Ihe barge* from which th* llybt* *re impended. The contin ual *wlngtßg of the cage and tbe light*, combined wllh the delicacy ..,*'. which Ih* cag* must l*e man rged white *o eluae to the vessel's «lde. renders It Impossible lo work rspldly. Now that (he close of th* summer 11 drawing near and the fall months, during which numerous storm* pre vail, are coming on, the company think It may 1* more politic to wait Ihe coming of nest sptlng. be fore attempting lo continue the pi*, paralnry work of raising tbe sunk en (teamer. The offlrlala of the company announced this morning (hat In-fore alrenilonlng the work for Ihe winter, a stronger light would be Irletl. Captain Klnrh suggested 'at a 1.000 horse power light would be of very great assistance. Inasmtuh as It would then be possible to work st a greater distance from the hull of the .(earner. In (his manner Ih* vtnrk could be accomplished wlth tuil so much ilniiger to the cage or It. manipulators. President l.odslrln Is strongly In Vol 0. NO. 156, STRIKE BREAKERS FIRE INTO UNIONISTS WITHOUT PROVO* CATION. WHILE POLICE THINK THEY HAVE EVIDENCE 01? WANTON MURDER OF STRIKE BREAKER . J of (ha colored strike breakers were mi, at.- t. but the m.in who fired the fatal shot ' - not been Identified. Cenrlriir woise violent c than be fore the- i«illte thla .nornlng strengthened their line* tn Ihe ttrlke district and adopted atilngeiit meas. Ulcs. Thm.ias Hunker, business agent of the Meat Cutlers* t'nlon, was ar rested while endeavoring lo prevent runt-ill.lm. men from ciitetlng th* yards. Practically *v*r>- »trlker went nn duty as * picket today, all working under a thoroughly organised plan. •R.i • ntnt thl. plan a similar or- , favor of waiting until the vessel I. brought to the surface of (be wa ter before attempting to remove _n» of tbe treasure. In order to tak* Ihe gold from Ihe Interior of the steamer, tt would be r-.eirsaary to cut away certain parts to enable the egg* to gel near enough to lay bold on any of Ih* case*. 'To »vo!d thl*." said Mr. Ootd (teln. "we will very likely watt ua llll she ta brought to the surface, and then the treasure will be re moved. Cor this purpose the Nep tune Salvage company will ron Mil CM mum ' for mm (By Scrip** New* «... n.V WASHINGTON, Aug. 2J.—A dls patth lo thr ktate department from Consul General Uoodnow. at Khans bal. confirm* the pre** dispatch rel ative to the entrance In the Shang hai harbor of a Japanese torpedo boat. The Japanese torpedo boat was followed by the American de stroyer Cbauncy. The Husslan consul Still refuse* to comply with the order of the Chlneee laotal lv dimnantle or leave Ibe harbor. Acting S.-. tetary ol Hlate Adee and At tine Secretary of Ibe Navy parllm* are now In con ference on the sublet Is prtscnlcd In (be >.:..'.:■ The Japnncrc torpedo |.oa( tlt-trcd for action, attained Inlo (he harbor at 4 o'clock yesterday alternoon The Chaunt y followed her and took a position between her .itul (he Itus slan crul.er Aekobl. Ivlnu n( the Coismti|K)ll(an dot k Tlie AskoUl Is being repaired at this ilm k. and near by Is the Standard Oil com pany's warehouse*, valued at more (b*n ll.OiHi.ooo. The Jap*ne#e lioal left without *5 «i ■■■■■■< mmmmmmmtrnt WWWWMH—WXi I THE ONLY PAPER IN SEATTU j THAT DARES TO PRINT THE NEWS 85 CENTS PER MONTH ;■■/*.i ii ef th* police wa* ef. tat til It I* e*tlmale<l that fully 1.008 atrik* breaker* who went out B*£m\ unlay failed (o return to work thlf morning, THE STRIKE LASTS ' WABltlNOTO***. D. C Aug, «_* The e((et( ot th* packing ),■...» alrtke I. shown ln comparative re i-.i'- for live stink during July at ihe five principal western marked j a* reported by th* department «f< of lommerte and labor. Tb* d*» crease of July over (he sam* montl. tasl year Is t.Og'i.b's'i, bead. strutt two new* barge* of •afflcleat rapacity to hold tb* weight of th* Island'r. On being raised abe will be brought shoreward as far as pos sible and then pumped out, after whlth (ue treasure snd 'he bodies will lie removed."* '. KANt-AH CITT. U*. Aog. «.—. Beginning today lh« ■ *udahy Pack* Ing company will . barge employes ** ho lodge and board at lb* plant 11 a week. President Donnelly |g espected here this evening. I .making any kind of a demon:. tlon. Tbe American men of war In tb« harbor, while retaining th* oat* ward appearance of inaction. h*v* for several d*y» bees practically cleared for artlon, with gun aigbts la position and steam up. ROME. Aug 22.— It I* announce* today lhat the Italian aquadron 'n the !'..! East has been ordered to co-operate with th* American teas *< U In maintaining th* neutrality cf China. Willi. Aug. 12.— The for eign ron*ul* will hold another meet. Ing this afternoon. The tantal baa given the Askold and . oaovl until noon tomorrow to leave port. No n pairs on the venae I* are permit* ted. The Askold. however, cannot cross the bar 'his week owing to low tides. HH.W'iIHA!. Aug. t3.—The meet. Ing of the foreign consul* resulted In Hie preparation of a »tat*ment to establish the fact* regarding th* Russian warships now In (he harbor.