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..vbijshW i«»°- Royal I'V United States on its whole li« y toward the Chinese ques- a- ral Chaffee will be told that no to participate in this cam lie has been keeping the Amer forres in Peking ever since the padded simply as a legation r*'. and the rman government is awaie that the I'nited States ^•rnment purposely deprived the contingent in China of it* military character and with it from the control *)t Count von 'M!»rse. jn order to hasten peace "Nations and prevent, ho far as it '''1. thi- contitiminrn »»f military Its policy, Wwjho ely 0AKt& ROVAL BAKING FOWDCK CJ AUSING than ause General Chaffee no iiulitary movements, so long present peaceful trondltlons Nintio. utiother very serious point un '"i^ideration is not whether Chaf '''Il join the Herman movement, w»«tli no( in (mi 3111. pT' ,h and OR "JPoWoEfl No inferior or impure ingredients are used in Royal lor the purpose of cheapen ing its cost only the most highly refined and healthful. Baking Powder impUVts that ivjL-uli :r sWeetness flavor and delicacy i .-iced in the fine i: take, biscuit, rolls, .i., which expert leavening agent. pavrv unobtainable by the u e of „f our rninrnt to exorcise all proper ef s iissuade the German govern- Hie T'1" un'rta,'nK ampaign. lat-t 'KO Koverninent Is unfor y dilii.viiiK the peace negotia- u exasperating fashion, and j^m'stviiie mi" ,fHn°nding In proper Hplrlt to cooks declare is any Aill!!) 1 '1 I .u U.ll.'t :.•! i:: '.30 DISMAY SHINGTON A(.*RMEO AT THE LATEST GERMAN MOVE MENT IN CHINA. AFFEE MUST NOT ASSIST Expedition* Offensive In Its Ni- ure. to Be Mobilized on a Larger ina Since the Original March on kirg—Germany Will Be Asked to sist From the Undertaking. N'ton. Feb. 19.—The United vi rnmt Dt is faring a serious a China, owing to tin* an lit of tIn* purpose of Field 'ount v«n Wuldersee to begin n.-dve campaign. General i Ik n idvitfti to join in the :i. wbit li is to mobilized scale than anything nt in Chitui since the original '•1 I'eklng. The general so in :h- war department ami the tho state department have n of the situation. This m, !. movement is viewed with ab •i -may here, for it is feared it I' lj iires an immediate deds- ale Than Anything Attempted iri the terrible atrocities by the allies with which the campaign was accom panied. Mr. l.ynch personally vouches for the accuracy of the facts he re lates. He says: "Hut it is to the Germans we must award the laurels of outrage in this campaign. They arrived late for the hunt—the man hunt, or man. woman and child hunt. There was some thing particularly cold blooded about their proceedings. They arrived when the country ought to have been settling down, to avenge the murder of their minister and to carry out the mandate of their kaiser. "After marching into Peking, leav ing their path stained with the blood of hundred* of innocent people who had just ventured to return to their homes, the Germans established a mil itary reign of terror in their section of the city. Every day there were ex ecutions. One day G8 were shot. They did not hesitate to resort to Ori ental methods for the purpose of ex tracting evidence from their witness es. Their treatment of their prison ers, as 1 ean personally testify from what I saw. was most brutal." A SPRING CAMPAIGN. Forces in China Ordered to Prepare to Take the Field. I/ondon. Feb. I'.t.-The PekiB* cor respondent of The Times, wiring Sat urday. says: A general order was Issued today directing the forces under Count von cannot and steady ftn •"drain from uny participation in |„ttrior. which is only likely to Ui- t) i i I i i t.„.,.# At. c,l the an anv^w^ Giv. JiUfti&on other I.'- ''-. If '»m i the •t S* Il .. It ... tl i.1 I- -i:| "t i sm i- tij -I IMUi'i,- j-«-l IUAM St V vOrtK Miniv'.i Conner wliiih rniiflnnH the press ai!'.in.- relative to the Chinese declination to accede to the demands of the ministers in the matter of cap itnl punishment of the leaders im plicated in the lloxer movement. ATROCITIES OF ALLIES. English Correspondent Says the Ger* mans Were the Worst. New Yoik, K' 1). l'.».-(ieorLynch, an Knglish correspondent, who saw service in Cuba and South Africa and was then commissioned by two Lon don papers to accompany the allied forces on the march to Peking, writes to The Herald a long description of MADISON, SOCTII advance |nip**tnous expedition into drive the court further westward," Killed by a Cavein. Ishpeming. Mi»h.. Feb. IS. J»hn and William Harris, brothers, were killed by a cavein In the hast mine of the i'ittsburg and Lake Angelino Hon company. The men were *mgle and C»»e from Kansas. Seven Persons Killed. Sydney. N. S. VV., Feb. 18,-A pas senger train bound from Sydney to Hurstvllle was derailed at Sydenham llu 8 an embankment. killed and in- ,| lolled down i ^T"it«'(I states gov- g. vcn pei'bOttS w^1'0 Word ha^w Just eoine from jurod. Shoe Values, but Small Shoe Prices. girls. Also a better line of Ladies ana wn» UB a call and be convinced. IS A RUDE SHOCK POSITION :F NEW SOUTH WALES REGARDING RECRUITING SURPRISES BRITONS. BLOW IS MOST UNEXPECTED Sir Alfred Milner Advised Australian Officials That He Intended Sending an Army Officer There to Enlist Troops and Received a Curt Refusal Of Permission—Kitchener Assumes Comnand in Cape Colony. London, Feb. 19.— British belief In colonial willingness to help the moth er country to the uttermost iu times of war has received a rude shock. Imperial recruiting in New South Wales to swell the ranks of the South African troops will not be permitted by the colonial government. Sir Alfred Milner cabled to Sydney that he intended to send an army of ticer to New South Wales to super vise the recruiting. In reply he re ceived a curt refusal of permission. The blow comes from the most un expected source. The antipodean col onists, newest in the Hritisu federated family, have also heretofore been the most enthusiastic in the recent chorus for imperial unity—even more so than his majesty's subjects in Canada, where the French-Canadians bave al ways struck a discordant note more or less threatening. Some comfort is extracted by colo nial and war ofiiee o»!icials from the belief that Australia's refusal is due to rigid adherence to the principal of home rule in international affairs, fuch as the recruiting might be held to Ik*, but this the imperial govern ment will never consent to when the interests of the empire are at stake. lJetw. en the lini-s of Sunday's ca blegram from Sydney lies ample ma terial for thought on the part of the war office officials. Recent statements have bem to the effect that soldiers and constabulary w»re being recruit ed in more than sufficient numbers to meot the demands. If this is so, the uuestion now is. why should Milner deem it necessary' io se.id a special envoy to Australia for more men? A a matter of fact, it is all but an op- n secret that the public is so weary the war that recruiting is extremely difli ulty. and the swelling ranks of the army are only being filled in many Instances by the offer of eitni Induce ments. KITCHENER IN CHAROt. Arrives at De Aar to Superintend the Chase of General Dewet. London. Feb. 11'.—A dispatch to Th Daily Telegraph from le Aar, dated Feb. Ifi, confirms the report of the ar rival there of Lord Kitchener and his stafT to superintend the chase of G» n eral lewet. The correspondent says: "Dewet's force is now denuded of almost all transportation vehicles and his horses are exhausted." Other South African dispatches re port that several columns are 'pursu ing General Dewet, whose exact where abouts, however, is not Indicated. The Times correspondent at De Aar confirms the report that Dewet's com main!.) is "extremely exhausted" and "harrassed on all sides." He adds: "Unfortunately the heavy rains have handicapped the movement of British troops from the north. The country is reduced to a swamp. The rise of the Orange river behind the Botsrs. which ought to have been an advan tage, has only prevented the co-opera tion of General Hruce-Hamilton's col umn on the enemy's rear. The in vaders get sympathy, but few recruits mere youths. They are mainly armed with Lee-Metfords." Dispatches from Pretoria announce that the Carolina commando has broken through General French's cor don westward. TYPHOID INCRCASIHft, Partially Accounts for the Long Brit ish Casualty Lists. I/ondon. Feb. iy—Questions in th house of commons regarding the v.i: in South Africa did little towards really enlightening the public' on the situation there. I he secretary of stat for war. Mr. llrodrick. gave a state ment of the ever-increasing number of cases of typhoid fever among the troops, thus partially accounting for the long casualty lists. In October there were f»tW cases and »8 deaths In November. 1.213 eases and 2»7 deaths: in December. 1,665 eases and 2S«i deaths. The total since the be ginning of the war in December is cases and 1.2 deaths. Lord Stanley, the financial secre tary to the war office, imparted the in formation that the government had purdi 'S"d for the troops In South Af rica li i.!)7o horses in Great Britain, 71,874 elsewhere. The Fnglish and Irish horses proved the best and the American next. Of the latter 21,000 were purchased, while Canada sup plied 3,750. BRITISH ARMY REFORM. Fighting Strength of the Standing Force to Be increased. London. Feb. 19.—The official h' nu of army reform has been def initely settled. The army as a stand ing. fighting force is to be increased to If.u.tiO'J men, 20,0M being cavalry. Forty-five thousand yeomanry will also be raised. The transport service will he reorganized and the regular sol diers it re to be transported. GRADUATION EXERCISES. First Class at West Point Given Their Diplomas. West Point, N. Y., Feb. 19.—Exer cises connected with the graduation of the first class of the military acad emy toek place in Cullum Memorial building in the presence of the entire battalion and many of their friends. The address to the class of 73 mem bers was delivered by General John Brooke, commanding the department ef the East, who also delivered the dip lomas. Secretary of War Root had been expected to perform this office, but he was unable to be present. The early graduation of the class this year was necessitated bv the reorganiza tion of the army. The graduates will tie given a furlough until March 10, after which many of them will be as signed to duty in the Philippines. Albert H. Mu!!er of Illinois, a member of the class, will not be permitted to graduate until June. He was court martialed and Is under sentence for a breach of discipline. WILL REST FOR A TIME. Mrs. Nation Decides to Do No More "Smashing" at Present. Topeka, Kan.. Feb. lit.—Reports that Mrs. Nation and her company of "Home Defenders'' would tontinue their campaign against "joints" proved premature and it is announced, after a conference with her comrades, thrt Mrs. Nation has (it tided to remain in active for a brief period. A close watch was placed on all places sus pected of violating the prohibition law and tlie "Home Defenders" declared they will move on the slightest sign of liquor selling. Mrs. Nation had her preliminary hearing In the city court during the morning on various charges preferred for the damage done by her little army Sunday. A peace warrant was served, eiung her to appear at 1:30 p. m. to answer for the destruction of liquor and bar fixtures. Beware of Oit.tnu-Ht* for f»tWT fl»« iiitnins Mewtrj-. As mercury will surely destroy the sense of smell ai.il completely derange the whole system when entering it through the the niuenussurfaees. Such articles should never le used except on prescriptions from reputable phj i ciaus. as the damage they will do is ten fold to the good Jim can possibly derive from them Hall's Catarrh Cure, manu faeturt by F. .1. Cheney A Co, Toledo, O.. contains i.o iercur, and is taken intermdly. acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. In bu ing Hall's Catarrh Cure be sure to get the genuine it is taken internally, and made in Toledo. Ohio, by F\ .1 Cheney A Co. Testimonial* free. Sold by ail druggists, price 7") cents per bottle. Hall's Family Pills are the best. To M«tf» fold. 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