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HER BAILING PREVENTED.
Injunction Sult Against British Mulo
w is Kim
A TRIP TO AMERICA.
Aguinaldo Wants to Bee the United
MANILA. April 5.— Chief Justice
NEW ORLEANS. April 4.—Proceed
HAVANA. April 6.—The so-called
Arellano, who administered to Aguin
radical element in the Cuban consti
ings wete brought in the United States
tutional convention, including Juan
aldo the oath of allegiance to the
court here today by representatives
Aguinaldo Swears Allegiance to of the Boers to prevent the sailing of China Refuses Manchurian Agree* United States government, described Claims Occupation of Manchuria Gomez, Portuondo, Alman and M«»-
duley, had a conference today with
Is Only Temporary
today the conditions leading up to
the ship Anglo Australian, loaded with
ment with Russia.
the United States.
Governor Genera! Wood regarding th*
and attending the ceremony, which
mules, consigned to the British in
was semi-private. Aguinaldo, still de
South Africa. Judge Parlange, after
General Wood said that the United
States government intended to deal
REPORT RECEIVED FROM MACARTHUR reading the petition, issued an order LI HUNG CHANG FAVORED AGREEMENT tained in an apartment of the Mala-
justly by the Cubans, and had no d*>
canan palace, and awaiting orders
requiring the defendants in the case to
sire to retain possession of the island.
from Washington, had expressed him
show cause April 6 why a preliminary
Reluul Wai Made Imierative on Account of self as anxious to learn more regard Japan li Not Suited with the State of Attain, He pointed out that the Platt amend
The Ex Chief of the Tagil Rebels Promises injunction should not be granted.
ment was drawn primarily with the
and Make* an Energetic Remonstrance —
I'resiure Brought by the Other Powers. ing the American system of govern
The petition sets forth that the
to Become a Peaceable and Law Abiding
view to protecting a weak nation
ment, and had asked Chief Justice
against outsiders, as well as against
Whom China Dared Not Offend.
Subject of Uncle Sam.
peace with the South African repub
Internal strife, and would not inter
Arellano to enlighten him. The chief
lic, and the Orange Free State and
fere with Cuban Independence. He
justice carefully explained the various
explained that the Washington inter
WASHINGTON, April 4.—The war
measures passed by the Philippine
at war with these republics, seeking
department today received informa to destroy the property rights and ernment has formally notified Russia commission, and showed him what Official Messenger today publishes a pretation of clause 3 of the scheme
of relations was that the United
tion from General MacArthur that credit of the petitioners; that for the that China, owing to the attitude of provisions were made for education detailed review of the negotiations States claimed the right to intervene
the powers, in not able to sign the and progress and for municipal and conducted by the allied powers with
Aguinaldo has taken the oath of al purpose of carrying on this war, the
solely for the purpose of preserving
provincial self-government. Listening the Chinese plenipotentiaries at Tien
legiance to the United States under Anglo Australian is now loading at this
independence of the island, main
“If is China’s desire,” says the for with deep interest. Aguinaldo finally Tsin and Pekin, and of the negotia the
taining an adequate force to protect
the terms of amnesty offered by Gen
mal notification, "to keep on friendly exclaimed: "I never believed the tions that led to the presentation of life,
property and individual liberty,
eral MacArthur by direction of the 1200, and to the value of $150,000; terms with all nations. At present Americans would be so fair and lib
president. The dispatch conveying that the steamer is employed in the she is going through a period which eral." Before the conversation had the French draft of peace conditions, and completing the obligations im
this information contained much more military service of the king of Great is the most perilous in the empire’s ended, he had agreed to take the oath ' which consisted of 12 points, but posed by the treaty of Paris upon the
than was given to the public. The Britain; that for some time defendants history, and it is necessary that she of allegiance, and this was imme which are not yet concluded. The United States. He expressed the opin
Russian government then maker: the ion that in drawing up a treaty many
portion withheld related to the future
been forwarding from this port should have the friendship of all. diately administered. Señor Arellano following statement:
points in the future relations of Cub*
disposition of Aguinaldo and made have
such munitions of war, knowing that 1 However much she might be willing says:
“While anticipating an early settle-! with the United States might be ex
suggestions as to what the late chief these munitions and the ship were in to grant any special privilege to one
“Aguinaldo’s action will induce all ment
of the questions affecting the plained to meet present objections.
of the insurrection might accomplish. the military service of Great Britain, power, when others object it is im the insurgents to surrender, and I
The delegates retired apparently
No official statement could be ob and they were to be used against the possible, for the sake of making one predict that the islands will be com mutual relations between all the pow
tained as to what finally would be done people of the South African republic, nation friendly, that she should alien pletely pacified by June. Aguinaldo ers and China, the Russian govern pleased with the interview. Senor
said he thought everything
ment, on its part, considered it neces
with the prisoner, but it was emphat
is eager to visit the United States, sary
the Orange Free State; that de ate the sympathies of all others.”
would bo settled satisfactorily. He
ically stated that he would be held for and
Li Hung Chang says this letter set but when I questioned him on the
fendants are making use of New Or
the present, but would be granted all leans as a basis of the military opera tles the matter definitely, and that subject of holding office, he replied lishment of a permanent order of was in favor of the appointment of *
possible immunity consistent with ex tions of Great Britain In its war in Russia was informally notified to the that he had no desires in that direc things in the Chinese territories along commission to go to Washington, and
favorable results from such *
isting conditions. General MacArthur South Africa, and to augment its same effect March 29. Prince Ching tion and intended to retire to private the borders of which the Russian expects
Asiatic possessions extend for a dis- 1 step.
has hopes that a great deal may be military supplies and arms; that by says that every Chinaman except Li life after a trip to America.”
Orders were issued today directing
of 8000 versts (5300 miles). To
accomplished through Aguinaldo. Dur the use of these munitions the armies Hung Chang was against signing the
Constancia Probleto, daughter of tance end,
provisional written condi the holding of municipal elections
ing the time he has been a prisoner of Great Britain are laying waste and convention.
the ex-chief of the Kalipunan society, this
Cuba June 1. There will
he has made quite a favorable impres destroying the farms and home of pe
who is president of the woman's tions for a modus vivendl wer* throughout
agreed upon first between the Rus be 15 days for registration, beginning
sion upon General MacArthur. Gen titioners and holding as prisoners of
peace league, was permitted to have sian
AGREED TO BY COLOMBIA.
military authorities and the Chi April 19.
eral MacArthur’s dispatch follows:
a long interview with Aguinaldo. She
war the wife and children of one of
“Manila, April 2—Adjutant Gen the petitioners. Samuel Pearson; that Will Lease Canal Territory to the reports having found him in a quan nese governors of three Manchurian
REDUCING OUR FLEET.
provinces. With reference to the in
eral, Washington: Since arrival at Samuel Pearson has already suffered
dary, professedly desirous of peace, stitution
of a local civil administra
Manila, Aguinaldo has, at Malaeanan, the destruction and loss of property to
NEW YORK, April 5.—A special to Filipino independence.
tion subsequently, and after a careful Warships to Be Withdrawn From th*
been investigating conditions in ar the value of $90.000, and Is threatened
of all the circumstances,
chipelago. He has relied almost en with the loss of $150,000 more. and. the Herald from Washington says:
“He seemed unable to make up his consideration
tirely upon the instructive advice of finally, that the war can‘be carried on
Official denials greeted the pub hind regarding the oath of allegiance the Russian government drew up the
WASHINGTON, April 6.—The pros
Chief Justice Arellano. As a result, by Great Britain only through the re lished report that J. Pierpont Morgan, to the United States,” she says, “be
pective reduction of the United
today he subscribed and swore to the newal of its military supplies from having discovered a gold mine on the cause he had sworn eternal fealty to China providing for the gradual evac States naval force on the Asiatic sta
declaration on page 11 of my annual this port, and that when these sup Panama canal route, would head a the Filipino flag and had been elected
tion is beginning to assume deflnit*
the adoption of provisional measures
plies cease, the war must end. In con syndicate to build a canal, and had leader of the revolution. He showed to assure peace in that territory, and form, but thus far the matter has no*
The oath referred to is as follows: sideration of these statements an in secured President McKinley’s co-op a disinclination to assist in ending
been considered by the president, nor
"I hereby renounce all allegiance to junction is asked to prohibit the ship eration and the aid of Colombia. De the Insurrection, though he bowed tc prevent the recurrence of events has Secretary Long had an oppor
any and all so-called revolutionary gov ment of military supplies out of the nials came from the white house, the somewhat to public sentiment. He
tunity to confer with Rear Admiral
ernments in the Philippine islands, port. A temporary injunction is asked state department, the Colombian le wanted a conference in order to as tunately. with the object of stirring Remey. But the naval bureau of nav
and recognize and accept the supreme in the meantime.
igation, which has charge of the a*-
gation and the French embassy. Mi st certain the wishes of the Filipino alarmtst rumors were circulated In signment
authority of the United States of
of ships to the various sta
people and suggested that a conven the foreign press regarding the pur
America therein. I do solemnly swear
tion consisting half of Insurgents and pose and intentions of the Russian tions, has proposed that there be a
THE BOOZ INVESTIGATION.
that I will bear true faith and alle
reduction of the force on the Asiatio
of Pacificos should decide the government.
the negotiation of canal half
Falsified texts of a station. This has been based on a
giance to that government; that I will Findings of the Military Court of difficult
at all times conduct myself as a faith
recommendation of the needs of th*
“I told him that 90 per cent of the
The big news development in the population
ful and law-abiding citizen of the said
were in favor of peace, and Manchuria were quoted, and erron navy and without reference to any
islands, and will not, either directly
the political questions involved.
WASHINGTON, April 3.—The find
is also Colombian minister of for he responded: ‘Even so, my lot Is of an alleged agreement between of
or indirectly, hold correspondence with ings of the military court of inquiry who
yet with those upholding the cause Russia and China. As a matter of Should it be decided to reduce th*
force, the homeward movement ot
or give intelligence to an enemy of which investigated the treatment al Secretary Hay, has formally agreed on | of the insurgents. With their con
the United States, nor will I abet, leged to have been accorded to the behalf of his government to grant the sent, I would quit, but otherwise, how fact, this agreement was to serve as vessels would probably not begin be
harbor or protect such enemy; that I
fore summer. As yet no consideration
I? By the trickery of the Amer
United States a long lease of the ter can
as contemplated by the Russian gov has been given to the disposition ot
impose upon myself these voluntary late Oscar L. Booz, ex-cadet at the ritory
icans I was captured. Now that I am ernment
the ships when they are relieved from
obligations without any mental reserv West Point military academy, have He states emphatically, however, that a prisoner I must consider what is
ations or purpose of evasion, so help been made public at the war depart his government will not cede »over-1 best. Liberty is sweet, but those sequence of the alarming events ot service in the far East. It is said,
however, that the North Atlantia
I would desert would hate me.
ment. The findings of the military
The lease is to be granted i whom
ft has been suggested that under court are summed up in a letter writ eignty.
Hard Is my lot. If paroled I should troops. In order that the requisite squadron will be augmented by at
least one or two ships, while th*
the terms of the notice of amnesty,
The United States shall pay to Co-1 respect my word, but sometimes I was imperative that the question South
Atlantic and Pacific station*
the prisoner should be set at liberty ten to Secretary Root, which accom lombia,
think exile and imprisonment would
also will be reinforced. Quite a num
at once, but there is a provision in the
be preferable.’ ”
"The findings of this court of in
ber of ships will have to go out ot
amnesty proclamation which says that
of the canal to the public
with by means of a mutual agreement commission, as they have seen long
those who have violated the laws of quiry, which are sustained by the evi opening
SALISBURY WILL RETIRE.
service In tropical waters and will
war are excepted from its terms. dence, show that the statements which cent of its gross income; during a
Whether or not General MacArthur led to the convening of the court to second period of 25 years, 6 per cent; Rumors That He Will Resign In a Manchuria. According to news re need a pretty general overhauling.
has been satisfied that Aguinaldo has the effect that ex-Cadet Oscar L. Booz during a third, 7 per cent, and during
in the way of’the conclusion of such
NEWS FROM ALA8KA.
not violated the laws cannot be stated, came to his death by reason of in a fourth, 8 per cent. This is on the !
April 5—A dispatch an agreement, and. in consequence, its
as the prisoner would be permitted juries received by hazing at the acad basis of a 99-year lease. The United j
Peculiar complication at Skagway I*
to take the oath pending an investiga emy were not true. They show that States shall guarantee that this share
Regard to Bonded Good*.
tion of his past conduct. Aguinaldo, at the same time Cadet Booz was a shall be in no case less than $250,000 Parliament has adjourned for the pensable for the gradual evacuation of
having been the head of the insurrec
Easter recess, after a session more
PORT TOWNSEND. Wash., April 5.
tion. undoubtedly can be held until
Colombia is to receive a share satisfactory to the opposition than of the province to China, It is man —According to advices from Alaska
further investigation is made or until tent; that the present officers of the stock,
that given it by the Pan to the government. The record of ifest that such intention can only brought by the steamer Dolphin to
the circumstances which surround the
ama Canal Company, amounting to business is meager, but that is a be carried out when the normal sit day, a peculiar complication in th*
situation in the Philippines make It
of the number of shares small matter In comparison with the uation is completely restored to the customs business at Skagway ha*
advisable to release him outright, or and punishing offenses of this char one-thirteenth
issued. Colombia is to receive $250. lack of energy and judgment with empire, and the central government come up relative to bonded good*
otherwise dispose of him. These con
passing through Skagway.
000 annually for the use of the rail
ditions and the general situation and the practice. The testimony and road. Colombia mails, troops and ef which the house of commons has established at the capital independent river steamers belonging to the Whit*
Aguinaldo's relation to them was the
Pass and Yukon Company arrived at
fects belonging to the republic, and
continuance of Lord Salisbury sia against a recurrence of the events Skagway in bond. They were entered
subject of General MacArthur's dis the hands of the committee of con emigrants
the country up to the in The
of last year. While the Russian gov as British bottoms without cargo.
gress charged at about the same time number of to
2000 must receive railroad by some of the most experienced par ernment maintains its present, organ
with the investigation of the subject, transportation
free of charge. Co liamentary heads. There are rumors ization In Manchuria, to preserve They are billed to White Horse, and
RETURN OF GOVERNOR ALLEN.
are being dismantled for shipment
vessels are to be allowed free that
action of that committee, followed by lombian
has sought to offer his resig order in the vicinity of the broad over the railroad, piece by piece. Aa
use of the canal. Finally, Colombia nation he before
May Decide Not to Return to Porto
binds herself to grant permission tc lieu, and that A. J. Balfour would b* ful to its original and oft-repeated po American and a British custom officer
in the act of March 2, 1901, renders the
are stationed on each boat. The own
Canal Company to nego
further action by the department un tiate French
in the upper house when par litical programme, it will quietly await ers of the boats will not break up th*
with the United States for the founa
WASHINGTON, April 4—While necessary.”
tue further course of events.”
hulls nor ship such portions as ar*
sale of its concession. The conces sion is that nothing will be done for
Governor Allen, of Porto Rico, who
injured in dismantling, and the cus
sailed yesterday from San Juan, on
8TORM IN MARYLAND.
THE MANCHURIAN TREATY.
fortnight and that Lord Salisbury
toms officer at Skagway Is trying to
“to cede or mortgage its rights under a may
the Mayflower, for Hampton Roads,
what to do with what is left
has not formally submitted his resig Rumor at Pao Ting Fu That It Has any consideration whatever to an the close of the session if his health 8now in the Mountains May Lead to and out
whether he can collect duty on
other nation or foreign government, improves in the Riviera. There was
nation. so far as can be learned, his
portions of vessels not shipped. Th*
under penalty of forfeiture.”
friends here would not be surprised if
no lack of gossip in the smoking
HAGERSTOWN. Md„ April 8—This company says it will burn what is left
LONDON, April 4.—The Morning
he decided not to return to Porto Rico.
room of the house of commons dur section of the Cumberland valley Is of the vessels, but that does not sat
TRAINS IN THE FALL.
Governor Allen went to Porto Rico in Post publishes the following dispatch
ing the closing hours, but the only walled In with snow, which covers isfy Collector Andrews, and he ba*
May last, at the personal request of from f'ao Ting Fu, dated March 31:
points on which there was a general mountain ranges north and south to a written the department for instruc
the president, to set up the new civil
‘‘Chinese officials here profess to
agreement was that the government , depth of from three to five Inches as tions.
government there and get it into good have received Information from Li
had been on a downward grade since ' a result of the recent storm. The
Discovery of coal in Klondike ha*
working order, with the distinct under
VANCOUVER, Wash., April 5.—Ed the king’s speech was read, and that .
brought forth an order from Ottawa
standing that he was not to be asked Hung Chang that the Manchurian con mund Rice, Jr., secretary and man a stronger leader than Mr. Balfour rainfall was heavy, causing a sudden that
royalty must be paid on coal th*
rise In the Potomac river and other
to remain after this was done. The vention has been signed.”
streams. The Potomac is swollen same as on gold. This order was re
“The Chinese expect after all that ager of the Washington & Oregon j was needed in the commons.
president and the secretary of war
about six feet, and is still rising, cently received at Dawson, and caused
are full of praise for the manner in the Manchurian convention will be Railroad Company, which recently
ARMY MOVING NORTHWARD.
with every indication of the stream i general protest, as consumers say
w'hich Governor Allen has accom ratified in the course of the next five purchased the right of way of the
he price of fuel is already sufficiently
plished his task. It is expected here days,” says the Tien Tsin correspond Portland & Puget Sound Railway Com Meaning of General Plumer’s Occu getting wild and doing damage. The high
without the addition of royalty.
banks of the Chesapeake and Ohio
that if Governor Allen declines to con ent of the Standard, wiring Monday. pany. from this city to Kalama, said
pation of Nylstroom.
canal nre being watched at points
tinue in office. Secretary Hunt, late of "The southern viceroys and governors tonight that the company is making
Bids for a New Cruiser.
NEW YORK, April 5.—The news where the river bounds the towpath.
Montana, will succeed to the place. are incensed, and threaten rebellion arrangements to commence building
Washington, April 6.—Blds wer*
As to Governor Allen's future, his if the court yields. The northern the line at once. The company ex from Lord Kitchener that General ! Other streams are nearly out of their opened
in the office of the secretary
name is connected with official gossip Chinese are more ignorant and indif pects to advertise for bids April 15, Plumer has occupied Nylstroom, Is banks, but no damage is reported.
Reports from the famous South of the navy today for the contract to
with one of the foreign ministries, ferent. The Tartar general at Feng and to have the line completed and taken to mean, the London corre
Mountain peach belt Indicate that In build the protected cruiser Milwaukee,
though as there are no present va Tien. Manchuria, has issued a proc ready to run trains into Vancouver by
otherwise known as protected cruiser
cancies he might be obliged to wait lamation assuring the people that the September, in time to move this sea spondent of the Tribune says, that the jury has been done to the early fruit | No. 21. Secretary Long announced
Russian occupation is only temporary. son’s fruit crop. Double crews of sur British army in South Africa has at by the freezing weather. The early j
for a time.
The Chinese troops at Feng Tien are veyors are setting grade stakes and last resumed the northern advance buds had been forced almost open by | before the opening of the blds that
the recent warm weather, and the i should any belated bld reach the de
wearing Russian badges, and the town cross-sectioning, and it is the inten
NONE OF HER BUSINESS.
is occupied by a strong Russian force.” tion to have this work finished this toward Pietermaritsberg. Nylstroom sudden change with the temperature | partment which is proved to hav*
week. Chief Engineer O’Neill is pre is situated a little way off the rail falling to freezing came at such a time been held up on account of the storm*
Russia's Reply to the Protests ot
paring plans for construction, and bids way, about 90 miles north of Pretoria. as to do considerable injury. Up to in the West, It will be considered
It was held for a few days by General this time there was every prospect of along with those opened today. There
will be asked soon.
YOKOHAMA. April 4. — Leading son to believe that Lloyd C. Griscom,
The line from Vancouver to Kalama I Baden-Powell in August last year, but a large crop of peaches this summer. were two bidders and three bld*, the
Union Iron Works, of San Francisco,
Japanese newspapers assert that the secretary and charge of the United will be a little over 30 miles long.! had to be evacuated because the force
and Cramps & Son, of Philadelphia,
Russian government has replied tc States legation, at Constantinople, who The grade, Mr. Rice says, is in very then at Lord Robert's disposal was
Manila Harbor Improvements.
the latter firm submitting two sepa
Japan's protest against the Manchur is now on his way home, has earned good condition, only requiring to be insufficient at once to provide a per
April 8.—The division rate proposals.
ian convention to the effect that Rus the credit of effecting a final and sat leveled in places and culverts and manent garrison and to secure the of Washington.
sia does not wish to enter upon a dis- isfactory settlement ot the American bridges built. The remainder of the railway line northward from Pretoria. has received copies of the specifica
N*w Washington 8awmlll.
cussiori with a third power relative missionary claims against Turkey right of way has been cleared. There There can be little doubt that Ix>rd tions and blue prints showing the
South Bend. Wash., April 8.—Th*
to her negotiations with China: that that have taxed the abilities of no are no heavy grades, and the line will Kitchener's latest report indicates the proposed Improvement of the port of
the proposed agreement is purely tem less than Th ree of the ablest ministers be comparatively easy to build. Reg execution of a comprehensive plan Manila authorized by the Philippine I frame I* up for a new sawmill at
porary. and not intended to impair the ever sent by the United States to ular, trains, he says, will be operated for the conquest and pacification ot commission. The work includes about I Frances, in which O. A. Custer Is th*
moving spirit. The machinery is ex
sovereignty of China or to injure the Constantinople. It appears now that to and from Vancouver after the com the Northern Transvaal.
150.000 cubic yards of riprap, 21.000
Interests of other powers; that the Mr. Griscom has finally succeeded in pletlon of that portion of the road
With the occupation of Pletefmar- cubic yards of concrete and rubble pected daily, and it Is thought the
contents of the agreement Immediately arranging with the Turkish govern until the bridge across the Columbia itsburg the main trunk lines of rail masonry In breakwaters, about 5,000,- mill will be running by May 1. It
upon its conclusion will be communi ment the principle upon which these and the connecting line across tne way would be lost to the Boers, but 000 cubic yards of dredging and a pile will have a dally capacity of 20.000
feet. It will take the place of Mr.
rated to the other powers, who will long-standing
claims shall be settled peninsula to Portland has been com there is a heavy task in the protec of bulkbead 4700 feet long. The Custer’s shingle mill, which had to be
undoubtedly find them acceptable, and. and that the pledge
pleted. Mr. Rice estimates that it tion of another line of communica dredging will be In mud. sand and
down on account of hl* esdar
finally, that if any of the provisions
is in such binding form that will require 18 months to build the tion, 240 miles long, that would be shells to a depth of 30 feet, the dredg closed
are not acceptable to Japan. Russia is ernment
bridge after the right to conrtruct it added to the burdens of the British ing material to be used for reclaiming land being tied up in a contest. A
spur will he built to the mill from th*
prepared to discuss the matter in a soon be made.
has been obtained from congress.
Northern Pacific track.
Blown to Fragments.
Part of Northern Pacific.
To Provide for tne Indemnity.
Overcome by Gas.
Disorders in Russia.
Phoenix. Ariz.. April 5.—News has
Seattle, April 5.—The Seattle &
Berlin. April 3.—A dispatch to the
Chicago, April «.—Five person*
Tandon. April 4 —The Vienna corre Cologne
International Railroad, which reaches been received here of a catastrophe
Shanghai, April 8.—The China as were
overcome by gas in a resldenc*
spondent of the Times, reviewing the dated April 1, says robber bands. north out of Seattle Into British Co at Senator W. A. Clark’s United Verde
Russian political situation, takes a Boxers and Chinese soldiers have been lumbia, Is. by a deal effective April mine, at Jerome. While nearly a sociation has cabled to Ixmdon to pro at 340 North State street this even
serious view of it. believing that the causing fresh disturbances in Man 1, merged into the Northern Pacific, dozen men were at work near where test against the proposal to pay the ing, and except for a woman's effort*
first reports of far-reaching revolu churia in the neighborhood of Chang which company will continue its op a shot was placed on the lower level, Chinese Indemnity by an increase of probably would have met death from
tionary movements are confirmed by Tu Fu. General Gaulbers is strength eratlon. G. B. Cliff, who was master there was a premature explosion. the tariff. The association claims asphyxiation. The rescuer, Mrs. Mary
Kearney, who also was affected by the
reports of sanguinary disturbances in
the railroad military posts be of transportation of the old concern, James Roony and Joseph Zelfel were that although such an Increase Is pos gas. although slightly, managed to
Dialystock. where there is no uni ening
has been promoted to division super- I blown to fragments, and several others sibly practicable, It should remain for
five unconscious women and
versity. The disorders there, in his General Gaulbers has asked Governor intendent of the Seattle division of! were Injured.
future settlement, as an increased carry the into
tlie yard. A physician
opinion, show that the rioting is no General Gredokoff to send reinforce* the Northehn Pacific, comprising the |
tariff la calculated to deprive the com children
longer confined to students. The cor meats, as a general revival of the old Seattle * International and
Americans are trying to buy and re mercial powers of means of redress was summoned, and, after several
respondent. however, does not believe Boxer movement is expected in the Northern Pacific terminals in Seat organize the sleeping-car system of for treaty grievances, and Is also det hours' hard work, he said all would
although two wer* still la
that the domestic situation will imme spring
rimental to the expansion of trade. a recover,
diately hamner Russia's foreign policy. (