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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (July 28, 1904)
TUP, OMAHA DAILY T.TXt TTTUKT DAV, JULY Z rM.
. opportunity Is
r!j for th man
is redjr." '
very boy'ia knee trousers should wcnr a pair of Columbus
Icr Garters, n, stiFpcndcr and Lope supporter combined.' -pppclal
button fits into the. button liot in trouper band,
r'H nil clothing from shoulder no bands or bars makes a
althy-stralpht and comfortable Thej are made for bojs
') to 14 jonrs old.
PUICE GOc EACH.
:' During July and August we dose Saturday at 1 O'clock.
l C A. Building. Corner
been n. il with them that they need not
ninlm 4--.weighing or delivering stock con
signed ! the packers Involved In the strlk.
They a. handling all stock for the inde
As a r.-'wiiH of the teamsters' strike tnen
srrrs tt several of the plants took the
places of driver of the busses and speedily
others followed and the army of workera
wag transported Into the yards.
It was Mated that the packers at present
would make no general attempt to employ
nonunion teamsters. Plan have been ar
ranped to deliver meat by railroad to pucK
ing houfs blanches throughout the City.'
f eene at Parklnat Critter.
Flrp, tumult and picketing contributed to
stirring scenes at th stock yards today,
while th pnpkrrs,- firm In their stand, Went
head aUf.hiv-U'a; .'aiOtk' and doing as
much other work Ha possible In tha circum
stance. Convinced of an Improvement In
the situation as far as available nonunion
be!i and capacity otherwise of the planta
were concerned, thepackers had sent word
to shippers to be somewhat mora generous
with their consignments and at a result
tha receipts of cattle, hogs and aheep were
. consldernbly lar-cr than had been the rula
during previous days" of the strike.' Thora
wore more m'l "tortslhjf according to tha
'employers arid more, work for them to do.
' Tha thief .exclte-no-of-the cTly centered
about Swift's lard refinery, far In the in
terior otMnV'stook, Vfyrds, almost a mile
from the main. enlnu. . - . t '
Flames wor seen buretmf from th up
per floors of the builrtljig 'and before long
t whole ef 1'acklngtpwn ang l a, turmoil.
1 here was a wild rush- frnm all direction
Vend, despite the efforts' of " the police, tha
.fro engines, fyiind grceitijVffloulty la male-
.ir.g-a way through the crwwds.- . .' ;
; Naturally th rumor spread that the fire
uns the rifiiit of luceciirlea, but this was
later, declared emphatically to be errone
ous. Not fwi" 'from , the damaged building?
Is the centralized power house, from .which
' above the flre-Kwspt.laid refinery ran a net
work of r'eetrHi cable, Vhlch were dam
aged, Interfering' badly :witn he power1 for
'the wholo plnr.t of 'Swift and Company.
" A feattirs-of the -blnxe "was 'tha temporary
Imprisonment of nine worAen stenographeni
in an ' elevator W Bwlff'B office building.
"The cnge' was" ckiighf between two floor
and the yftuhg 'w6mn'''wr"ln a' panic.
Offloa employes ' put iUp ladders, -cut' tha
wire-work t the vleVatof caga and carried
them out tO-afety, ' ..'
Paekvra' M'ciiifciV'.,', !
CHICU.qO, yiHifT-Ti jjilntrnlae the dan
Sr .01 rioting, . should tbo . packing oom
'lianleai atl,Cppt..o . dfilivaf pieat .to looal
jofj Tcllce ip'MIU. bn...g)van instructions
that' all hniiling- ahii.ll bft.dnn nn 1-tatatAal
'street. fTh chief . decltr that all leam
,str will p Trototed. from violence, but
to make thla, pvBHlula tha hauljng must be
confined to one. .atree .which, will ba
, ,Tli wii!n oailintr eut tha packing house
.tcamatcra. kSocls. many other drivers, a
, HuJl. Those, employed on market and gro
cery delivery wagons,' trucks, "tallow and
. txjne ,wagroAs,- bakery, ioa and 'axpreaa
Wgon urts prohibited from handling, any
goods to r from the packing plants. While
it i skl to bo the Intention of th packer
to ship praeUceiily all tha meat to outside
joint by tall and iiitke.no effort to take
car of tha by-products, tha striker expect
to . cause them much Inconvenience by
s.huulntf off supplied of U kinds as far as
'.pOHalble; ' " ' ' " '' ' '
Kin i era Irtn..T wtth TnMt ra nt
out toO ay "from' th Schwarsiiohtld A 8ul
bwrfrer plant " at the' stock yard. Th
wc.gon Jiad'ifL-en upaintsd, ' th lettering
rrumtrved," hffh" sides placed on them and
covert J witil tu'rjtauitn a a disguise. They
were esccti'd', from 'th ..yard by a doaen
pcl'ceinait,' 'who'.wcr relieyd by another
lt tall '.to urd t'uenv on their way to the
north' U1e., of tU olty,
' 1 Ij '.t neijvo atlrilns breaker," on the way
to io'k in the tpck yards, were arrested
iui4tf' jtur crtyin cmcaMiitd wepn.
Kitty Er.gnsh. forewoman In the sewing
6.-(ni-iii.t i.t of the bwift plant, dm mobbed
and b.Ti'v 7'v.rt by a crowd f girl strike
. f - - : . 'Ihey ,b.t her, tor har
v' $ e"-j V'titd her fnoo-with,
. -.. '. a ira atrucgl ijlag
.1 . . li t '.. annua were mado. -
'" -' Trkisa 't'a-' lW"'' ;
V K ' .'AJ.CTr. 3.i!y 2T-Thrre will t'
r.o i ii f.i.-i:c atrlke tjf the a'.iled) trade
l,v(0? pi Mnj hnUhCH, -unleBo the men'ar
( i it'.it by the UitDriiuMona' union,
t ni-n. my. they . will obey the
,i;r:ii i-. , 'itii was - d'Ued hi a, meeting of
. ..: u at wl'U'ti ail of the aii:od trade em
.:f the '. .:.rln;j!iin c.t this meeting the tabor
: 'a U'.tf-i'.vl t::at J. A. Kee)er, prml
v." rt-n:p;ll l.Ktr iil'-n, hud bten
I -utr. .1 tv r-itl.'y tha international union
' I'... :.-. tra'K-a unionist her will
.. i htii 'mlipoi oi.t by that orgRnlaa
ihiii. t-t not hjfore. The reason for this
til. .a. It ia SuU, wn Hint the men hero
ore not willing, to o out on strike unless,
they nre aai :a ;i Efi ilie l.vn.-flta, and thry
!.l nut reclv euch tern tita If they are
!, Jul 27.
Sixteenth and Dcu!ij
not called out by th Intamational union.
More than 1,000 men belong to the allied
trHdes union her.
Striker assert that twenty-flv of their
number who were re-employed yeeterday
sought th.ir old position to learn the
actual condition In th f3!fferent" plant
and to urge, th strike breaker there to
Today each of the plant Increased their
forces, all .reporting .steady progree In
Many striker applied for their old po
sition and .were re-employed at the plant
of Armour St Co., Swift and Company and
th ; Fowler Packing company today, ac
cordinj. to the manager of the different
companies: I. II. Rich, manager for Bwtft
and Company, ' said 'today! "W consider
th trihe nearly over a far thla'plant
la concerned. Today wa took Welt p'hap
loo of our old mn, f' of whom wer cat
tle butchers. W now have l.VO men at
work, 'only 260 ehort of our usual fere.
W are killing more hogs and a many cat
tl a during June, and we are slaughter
ing (0 cattle a day, which was the aver
age for Jun." , . ,.
. . Allied Trad Walt Order.
' EAST ST. LOUIS, III., July X7.-A ym
pnthctlo atrike of the allied trade cm
ployed at the packing plants here seems
more probable than at Any time sine th
trouble began. It Is' stated that the com
mittee, consisting of Charles Callahan,
John Mullen and Matt Sullivan, has con
ferred with th officials of the allied trade
and that all they were waiting for now 1
word from their head official. This word
1 expected today or tomorrow. If th
ympathetlo strike by the allied trade
)s not ordered. It 1 stated that almost all
tha member of the union In East St
Louis will walk out anyway. -:
The packers contlnu to employ-new men
to take the places of th striker and they
assert they ar getting along better every
day. Men secured In St. Louis by em
ployment agencies ar coming across the
river In. squads, and are being taken care
of In th camp established by th thrr
packing companies In their yards.:
It la asserted by th strikers that th
packers are doing very little killing and
that much of the products ar wasted ft
the' result of Unskilled labor. They say
th packer will tio.t.b able; to get along
without' th O'.dtlme. experienced help. .
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Mllltla Out at glows. City. , !
BIOTJX CITY, la., July 27. (Special TelT
gram.) Tfoubla '"In " tit stock ' "yard ' dla
trict In pioux .City- was quelled 'today by
th calling out of Company. H and Com
pany L of the Fifty-sixth Iowa Infantry
of Blou City and mobilising them In the
armory. - Th companies were awaiting
marching order from. 1:30 this afternoon
until midnight, when: Sheriff Jackson, Into
whose hands th situation had boen placed,
ordored them to bed. ' They, wilt be algndled
(or duty by peculiar whistle fjona the
traatlon company' plant. No trouble was
reported today. Th Union men withdrew
their picket when tha older for militia
wa mad known and a number of th
conservative atrlker were wor In a r--clal
ofiloer. They . made no arresit.
Wagon and team passed In and out of
the plant ail day. "The appearance ar
tonlfiht that no trouble wiU be met with
tomorrow and that the troop will be dla
mltised. So Trouble st t. Loali.
ST, LOtriS, July JT.Th striking buteh
and th packer In Bt IxjuI express
eonfideno that th. ujk U neaxing an
end, but each aid la equally corifident
that th victory will rest with them.
A reprentaUv of the St Louis Lrtssed
feeef and Provision - company - say i that
oompany Is gradually Increasing It capa
city and at the present rat will b pre
pared to do full work wtthln a few weeks.
From 1U0 ta 00 cattle ar being' disposed
of every day. On th other hand th
striker declare that, not moi-' than J.50
cUle have bocn killed by the romrny
Inca th itrlka began. Oeplta this con
flict of etatenients.'th bout ot feeling pr
vfcll and no trouble haa occurred.
... Kni,tr at' St. Joariih.
ST. JOSKi'lI, Mo.. July 7.Wemrr ol
the famllic of many of th etriKlng pack
ing houeo emrloye have applied to th
mnn.r .of , ths'hsusi f . . ,,d
r!If buroaa hn ,e,-ft cstabliahed at each
plant. All found to b worthy rei-clv pro
vlrions. ' Most ft . th eri :icti.lK ey th
heads of 'famlllea; wotjld t 'adly rc'.um to
their places but are nfrsld ot pLroril In- j
Jury. " A. largo numf.tr of iuri Lrovht by I
the, .packers from oil.tr .Ucr .wei taken j
Into the plants' today and aU .dur-taient ,
are In, operation. ' . .. ',. , ,
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. Truuhirm Hvrli. t tVprrittlOB
a Hetlnre Hn'uht-t of
CINCINxNATI, O., July I7.-(apeclaJ Tele
gram.) price Current aaya;: Labor dl
turbances have' further restricted packing
operations. Total, western packing 26u,0uu,
compared with lii.uo0 the preceding weak
and Sj6,o.i) last yser. einco March 1 the
tutbl Is 8.4i.Kt, afialnat : g.6l5,OHO a year
ago. I'roiulnent plaot aompar km f,,li-
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sheriff rEsrc:DS to call
Wil,,r'ia Tiii forcing Efarixig la
I'rpntisj for tl EtriVe.
rCLICE EOAUD AD ''ITS ITS' K.TCTENCE
rwr Bajra II V It! ienl a JHy
'Men a Condltloa Warrant
Strike Leader Premliei
Peace ft Men,
Sheriff Power will begin swearing In
special deputies for service In South Omaha
at 7 o'clock this morning. Tha men will
be sworn In at the o.'Tlre of tha ehtrlff In
the courthouse and will b aligned to
duty at one. Th sheriff has not decided
what number of deputies he-will put on,
but will swear them In as h thinks they
ar needed. Late yesterday afternoon
Sheriff I'ower lanued th following mani
festo: OMAHA, Neb.. July t7, 1M. To the Clt
Irbus of teiouth Omana, and fcieeilly to
'i Iiok LaOoreis Now on a Stria and to
Their Kmp oyera: The mayor, oard of
Hre and Police ComiTililo"ier anil chief
of police of the cUy of houth Onmiia have
railed upon me to assist In prOBfrvlng
the peace and to protect the pMnons arni
!roperty of our cltincns. Cmler the law,
l I my duty to respond to thin call, and
shall do so ImmeuiatWy by ewoarlng in
nd empowering as mny deputy xliarlfls
as I deem necessary to preBerve th pu-
With the controversy now on In South
Ornsha between orgnntied labor and Its
employers I, a aheilfr, have nothing to
do, but It is my duty to preserve order,
and this duty I shall perform with ail th
leirnl means within my power.
'the statutes of thin state, made by the
peojile thereof lor their own protection
end the .protection of their property, de
cline that It Is Illegal for any pernon to
reort to threats, violence or nets of any
nature which may disturb or endanger the
public peace. The right of men to peace
ably pass to and from their work, or place
of bumnesK, to peaceably seek work where
they may and to peacenbly pursue it when
they liml it. Is guaranteed th law, .
Tli oembling together of three or
mora )Tcins upon th streets of Bouth
OmalnC .t or near tha packing houses with
the intent to do an unlawful act Is for
rMrn by tha statute and will hot 1 tol
erMed. 'and the assembling of three or
mora for any purpose may tend to disor
der and should be avoided.
'- Trepnsliig on the property of other I
illegal; the throwing of switches or th
breaking open of car without authority
from tli railroad companies is unlawful
and subjects th offender to arrest and
All the power vested In me as sheriff
of this county shall be used to protect the
person and property of everyone In th
city of- Snoth Omaha from any act of vio
lence) or disorder,
Th reputation of Bouth Omaha and all
her citizens Is at stake. I appeal to every
one to refrain from acta of violence or dis
order and to asslst-me In preserving th
public peace. JOHN POWER.
Sheriff of Douglas County.
Polio Board Isaac Appeal.
A meeting of the South. Omaha Board of
Fir and Polio Commissioner was held
yesterday forenoon and th following reso
Whereas, In view of th present labor
trouble and the large number of unem
ployed men In our city, and
Where, The present police fore 1 In
adequate to afford police protection and th
board has been iniable to find or secur
from among the cltUen of South Omaha
a sufficient number of special policemen
to preserve order, .
, Therefore, be it resolved, That the sheriff
of Louiclas county. Neb., be requested to
assist the local or city authorities in pre
serving th peace, and for thl purpose h
be further requested to nppolnt a suliiclent
number of deputy eherlff. i
This resolution was offered by Nolan and
received 'the unanimous vot of the board
On copy 1. to b ,ent to Sheriff Power
and another copy to Mayor Koutsky.
Prior to the adoption .of . th resolution
the board held a, conference with "Vic
Presldeht "Vail. ; Tb" bo&rif queilried td' Kir,
Vail it duty as officer of th laV and rei
guested (hat th laboring men maintain
order. Mr.- Vail for hi part promised to
do all h could to prevent any violation of
th: law. ......
Jf C'taane at Booth Omaha.. 4
Ther was little If any chang In the
Ituatlon at Bouth Omaha. Th packer
II worked a few mora men than on Tues
day and expect to be able to aecur ad
ditional help today. Packing houso man
ager ajr that when ther will b no
difficulty In getting men Into th plant,
either through th presenc of deputy her
Iff or tho militia, that they will have more
men then they really nee Butcher from
th small town still coi,.iue to com In,
on or two at a time, and the statement 1
made by the packer that their force ar
working nicely now. There wa no excite
ment arouni th plant yesterday, a no
effort ware made- to ahlp In men during
tha forenoon or afternoon.
Wore than th usual . number of car
wr loaded out during th day, Bom1 of
th car wer flllad entirely with fresh
nieats. whll . other contained general
packing house, products. Ther haa been
no trouble In getting these loaded car
out and non 1 expocted. ..
t'nlon Men Are Not "Worried.
Everything appears to be serene at labor
headquarters. Union men'ar going and
coming all the time, but the best of feel
ing prevails. Wren asked regarding th
ltuation last night, . Vice President 'Vail
aid: "There hf no material change In
ta situation, her. .Cur men are ail stand
ing firm and we ar confident of winning
, Picket ar atlll maintained In th upper
and lower railroad yard and in th vicin
ity of tha packing house. These picket
tie fciUltat ajid ui daily, and a no men
wsre being brought in yesterday., they had
nothing to do but keep their eye open for.
nmething to turn up.
Vic President .Vail and th president
of the various local tli) hav the men
under good control. All Illustration of
thi was shown yesterday afternoon when ;
two furniture wagons from Omaha loaded
with cot for twin's passed lebor. head
quarters. Bom of th striker on th j
sidewalk Jumped out and grabbed th
horses by th bit, and wer talking of
turning the wagons back, when some of
the leader ir. the hall upstairs called down
to let the wagon proceed. The order wa
Sheriff Pove Get Pointer.
Sheriff Power waa In the city for an
hour or so yenterday afu-rrmoii looking
over the altuation. Th sheriff found th
Striken all tjUict. Nothing wa said by
tli sheriff about the jiuintHT of deputies
he will send down hat or wlmn they
would bo afrit. In anticipation of deputy
sheriffs th pollc board haa laid offyqult
a number of special police. The total
force of specials Is now under fifty.
With the coming .of th dejuty sheriffs
the pucker expect to be able to secure
protection for th men to b shipped In
her. When ihia ' condition of affaire in
brought about tti packers assert that ttiuy
will run full time and will ba on tba Mar
ket tor atock every duy.
Ilv Hoik fclsefeemjte Action.
While the receipts of live aloi k yester
day were the largest 'n o tha strike coin-liieiu-f-d
tho ouiuitM:iion dcttlei' are not
iitirr, d and of! cr talking over the matter
tbe ineii;ber of the Live Hto It exclimie
decided to bol l a nierili:g and Ink sums
acu.in A J '.hU1 iiitit'ilnif whs held es
ii r.ly afuin.nMJ and tiie iuliovrlrig reU t
tioi:s s .Joiir.isvS ;
W lirrmn, 'j'lm live stink tiiiMtueoj at the
! r i
I US 1 II
t t U v. K 4
it l.Olla t..il-
I Ot ,
prev-i's her preventing them from flolng
U i,in, Th rwi!le n .t'l.orlt I" of Pouth
Or'ini imve afiTniiri ih.ir tnsillity to
fnrrilsh Such froteetlon; snii.
Wtierenn. e are sdvled that t rank
ers are In a relation t resur-ie biHiii'-fl
Immediately wilh sn'Ttrlent help to hn.i'
tbelr boBineit, rrovl.led good and ufo, i,.r,t
protection Is furnished. Now, therefore,
Keolved bv the member of the IJv
F'c k eeriai:e, in nieeil" a -'rnbled,
Ihut Inwfill men. ire should b t"ken lw
nieiilat'-lv to procure inch protection, and
thnt the sheriff ot .iio'inrlas vMnty be
THiied upon to ue his o;iii-e for this -pyr-poee,
and thnt In ce the slieHft Is un
able to heniile the irttustion. thet he be
urged to rejiiet the governor of th etat
to do pi i at once.
Resolved, . 'i hat a oy of the irsolu
tlnns he furnlebed by -the secretary to the
sheriff of Dimttlas oounty, to the mayor
of Hoiitn Omoha and -to the chilrn.im of
th I ire and Pollc boord of South Omaha.
Chief llrlaiti Laid l"P.
Clilef of Police Brtsg wa not as seri
ously Injured as Was t first supposed.
When hi hnrse fell hei sustained a badly
brtilsed right band and rm end a sprained
ankle. Iurlng th "afternoon th chief
hobbled down to police headquarters, but
did not attempt to perform any duties. II
will be laid up several day.., Captain
Shield has taken charge of the force and
Nil Turnqulst 1 acting night captain.
James Duncanson, one of th special police,
ha been Installed a night Jailor.
Sine the posting of ,copl of th city
ordinance prohibiting trespassing en Union
stock yards property the striker hav kept
clear of the tracks ol the yard company
and also keep oft from the grounds.
Thomas Crelgh, en of the attorney for
the Cudahy Packing company, maid last
ovening that loO warrants had been pr
pared against th strikers who participated
In th to-called riot 'at the Burlington
freight depot. -at noon on Tuesday. Mr.
Crclgh assert that these warrant ar
Issued by the county "court and will be
given to Sheriff Fewer today to be served.
RUSSIAN BOATS SINK
(Continued from. First Page.)
drawn to New Chlatun (about three mile
from Mew Chwang), leaving there only
euch number of soldiers as wero deenmd
necessary for polloe purposes.
AT 'poBT ARTHUR
Correspondent "Who Left There Jnly
14 Tell of the Contest.
LIAO ,TANQ, July 27. A Russian cor
respondent of the Associated Press, who
has Just arrived her after two month'
tay at Port Arthur,, g-ives an important
and Interesting narrative of the altuation
at the beleaguered fortress when he Iaft
there, July U,' which shows that th Jap
anese operators until' ' then had not ad
vanced so far1 a supposed. Several Rus
sian successes are chronicled, but th re
port of a Japanese reverse, with th loas
bf 80,000 men. Is definitely disposed of, hot
being even mentioned by th correspond
ent," who say:
When I put to sea In a Junk th land
position on the Rpstilan right flank, sur
rounding tha Ureen hills wiilch the Rus
sians had lopt, hud been captured by as
sault. Th ' height of ' Hulnaln, which
the Japanese detended ' dexperaiely, : alone
remained in their nanus, .tint 1 am con
vinced that tliie poHltlon also has since
oeen retaken U ne very morning ot my
departure, July Pi, the position wa being
hei: were falllnfr repeatedly Into the Jap
anese Works, causins treat disorder.
To sum up, by the lighting of July 8, 4
aim S. when erldentfv the itusHlan force
were acting on the dffenslve, the Russian
renamed ion tn tana vide tnc poHiuons
they had held In front of the fortress pre
vious to the battle of Kin Chou.-
The main, force of the besieger are on
the average at a distance of twenty mile
frnm the perimeter Of. th fortrea on th
right, hut the,, Japanese have eporoaohad
to within twelve mum on the Russian left.
Bo far . Incheniatt station, fourteen mile
from Port Arthur, '-tn railroad I workln.
Between' ,jo8 ana J-J.O'O men are operating
before Port 'Artnur.J The troops maintain
a constant exchange of . skirmishing tire,
but the field or other guns are' usually
silent. The' Japanese apparently "are con
ducting; a '' slow engineering advance.
Often, In the morning, the. Russian dis
cover fresh trenches ' The- Japanese re
compelled to abandon this work in th
daytime, as th Russians reftuiarly open
fire on them a Bonn a daylight discloses
the work. The. activity of the Japanese
at sea Is confined almost exclusively to
nocturnal raids , of the torpedo boat de
stroyer and torpedo boats, the sowing of
mines and the attacking of guard boat.
Th Japanese are discouraged by the
failure which they made to cloee the en
trance of Port Arthur with fire ships and
hav stopped sending them In. They have
also grown tired of bombarding the foftrea
and hor batteries.
The Russian qimdron I Intact and the
health of the garrtuon 1 splendid, but th
umenen of food I trying.
Th spirit of the troops ar excellent.
Fesslnilsts nre rare, the vast majority
of those within the fortresa bring firmly
convirted that Port Arthur i in no dan
ger of falling.
, Ther Is a ufT1rf!nt pply of preserved
good., wheat and flour to Inst a long time,
and there is also enough eoal for the
Qiiadron. , . . , ,
1'erfaet order and, tranquillity prevail.
NIXS) MILES' OP- FIGHTINO FRONT
Komropatkla Wire Detail of New
' Chwanar 10nirsTeuen.
ST. PETERSBURG,' July M.-Cxar Ntch
olaa has received th following dispatch
from General Kouropatktn, dated July iff:
"At 11 o'clock I , tecelyed th following
dispatch from Lieutenant General Zarou
baleff (commander 'of th Fourth Siberian
army corps), datjl at O'clock on th
morning of July it;1'.
On July ZS, after concentrating, the Japa
nese took the offenxiv. ' Our troop oc
cupied a position at Nandaline on th
helKhta south of Aelanchlatnia, th right
wing covering Tlantsiatona. Ynunatoun and
bniinhintaia. Ttie Jajianema opened a cmi
K'nmde Hsalnt th three Inst named points,
their (Ire scarcely oeulng fur hfteon hour.
At about o'eloc-if an ertblery S'tacK
was beirun against the troop posted at
TsUinchiatHla and Nkndnllne. The enemy's
fire increase-d at 7 o'clock In the mornlrne,
beln? eomeiitrated on our poaillon Suuih
At about II o'clock, befwwtn three and
four Japanese battalions were hurled on
oor trouj occupying the heifrht of Tslan
chlatRia. A bHtrery of RunsMn field artil
lery and another home artillery then be.
gan to fire from Nandaline, thojr fire con
Verging upon Iiaf Hiishen. A a renult th
Japanese lire slackened. Our shell burst
full Mil the enemy ranks. I
At 4 o'clock In th afternoon th maaslng
of JajiaiiHKo lofiintry auKest.ed that tiiey
lntemied to- forcA our position at ThUii
ctilstHia. Abont five or six .Jnnnene t.wt
terien wer engarad at thin tint and their
fire increased toward evening.
At 7:t the Jupanetfe fire wa at It
height and in the l.-it ray of the ett!r.g
eon the eneinv deitvenn bla attack o;j
),rnaonlKk regiment. 'The latter, rein
forced by threa !ni(ellons under the com
mand of Colonel Liebrotln, VMhamly Swept
liHi-k the etifrny, making four bayotiet
chances end explored a number (not yt
ancei'talr.ed) ftf r'lien, together wilh am
munition. At i o'clock In the 'aveflng the
CHmionada cesnd. but th rlf fir con
tinued ui HI hitn In the nl&hi.
Afler the flKht It was aacertafhed thnt
our eighteen bettallons had feen engimced
with at ioast two Jsoaoene divltilohs sup-
foited bv an overwiielmtng nutntier of ht
irli M. The generHl extent of the position
liii-itMjred nine rull-s.
In theee clrcumeiaiicrs I did riot think
it advt.Mthlia to reiuii! tbe s-tlon on the
following ilnv and resolved Jo ri irHt north.
Tl i;h-hHwH wes efTected In iierfeet or-dr-r.
Uur loene. have Hot been i-el i Ii lnedt
but they leie emiiruate,! at sbout t-weuiy
oiiu-em jind fro rnen killed Or wounded.
Aroot, g tbe Wounded is Colonei Ann.
peitMf v. roMiinttitdiiig the Tomek reKtment.
I l,n 1 nt of the nii'ii nierltlnar rewnnia for
their fcu.ue In this glorious tlht wbi follow.
( olimcl Ai.llmuf la Hotter.
I.fAVt.XWOlt'1'H, KM., July tT.c Th
conoiiinii of i.vtoncl T. tt. Anthony e nor
Of ttie '1 l.nen. a s slightly improved to.my.
'Dm lienrt action wait more reiculr end
S line of th Sell,,!, COIi. I Ilea I ,oS Soiled
".-.n'l !. y wen (.imo ,fniiii l.,s ci.n-li-t
i'i. injvee, r, Is aui! cone: wre,l lo,.i,.
( ll:i'l Aulfiony has reuol it ' loe v llaui y
nu,l Ilia 1m I r.e hint serious liuireat ht Iiks
t er r pl hoi. ol.
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Russia i::lds witnesses
IVseTiiri and CrTf cf En'-lt Ccaircatier
PeUixed Ij VladiTOntflk Etigdron.
ST. rETERCCUnS KlVZrmn SILENT
evea Merrksstaie farehaaed Abroad
Are 'Added niiails Kevy
List a Warships ef
ST. PETERSRURO. July 27. Th Russian
rrs ha been aignlflontly client for two
Jays paet regarding complication over the
acta of the Red see cruiser. Not a single
word of comment appear In this morning'
newspapers concerning the sinking of ths
British steamer Knight Commander, ' and
th tu Is no doubt that the government has
requested th paper to refrain from print
ing their vlewa on the affair Th govern
ment deprecate the provocative attitude of
th British ptes and probably don not de
sire that th Russian paper shall add ful
to th flames,
An Imperial ukase -ha been issued placing
seven merchantmen purchased abroad dur
ing th last few month on th navy Hat.
four of them a second-class cruiser.
These four hav been rechrlslened "Don,"
"ITrai," "Terek" and "Kouban." Th ther
three have been renamed "Irthysh," "Ana
dir" and "Argun," and ar listed among
th transports. The former Identity of
then vessels I now revealed. There is
reason to believe that the cruiser will b
cnt at otic to th Red sea to replace th
volunteer fleet steamer, th war status of
which la in dlxpute.
Th lack of press comment la noteworthy
Even while th British are calling for the
most energetic action against Russia, com
of th Russian paper calmly contlnu to
dwell upon the advantage of a Rusco-
Th Russian government ha cot received
through th American embassy her any
representation on th subject of th sink
ing of th Knight Commander .or th cap
ture cf th Arabia or ether vessel having
American good on board. Great Britain
also ha not yet mad a formal protest, but
ther I reason to believe that tha general
right of warship to sink peutral vessel
claimed to have contraband on board Is
being- discussed both here and In London,
and th seriousness of such act will b
emphasised in th presentation of the spe
cific caaa of tha Knight Commander. It
may be that yiere wilt be considerable de
lay on account ot th lack of Information
upon which to make an issue, a both th
British crew and passenger of tha Knight
Commander, it ia asserted here, ar held
a witnesses on board tha vessel forming
th Vladivostok squadron.
British Recover tha Malacca.
ALGIERS, July 27. Th Peninsular
Oriental Steamship company' steamer
Malacca, which was seised in tbe Red sea
Jiily 18 by th Russian volunteer fleet
steamer St. Petersburg, has arrived tsr
with a priia crew on board.
After a protracted conference on board
i th Malacca between the British and Rus
sian consuls and Captain Bchwarta, com
manding th prise crew, It was announoed
that the Russian flag would b replaced
by tha' British at S o'clock this evening.
The order to surrender the Malacca
wer evidently a complete surprise to Cap
tain Schwarts. who Immediately after hi
arrival notified th Frahch naval authori
ties ' that he required COO ton of coal
and a good supply of water and provisions
to take him to Libau, In th Baltic. ' It
wa no until mn hour later that thai Ru
lant consul M.i Towalsevsky, boarded th
Malacca "'and Informed: Captain Schwarts
ot th sitttement of the difficulties-regard
inji tb ' alaoca. fcino'; the. yeasei sailed
from Port Said.
Th prise crew will be landed thl even
ing, lodging' ware provldsd for th crew
by the French naval authorities. Th
Malacca's British craw rcoently arrived
t Marseilles and it ts expected that they
will be summoned to take charge of th
chip, which will resume Its Interrupted
. It transpires that during th Malacca's
voyag in th Mediterranean to this port
two British war ship escorted it for a
short Urn, and than disappeared.
Germany 1 gatlsfled.
NEW YORK. July 7. In twenty-four
hour there haa been a rem&rkabl chang
in th a'.titud of Germany, cay th Ecr
lln oorreupoEificrit of th Herald. Aa aoon
a th BL Petersburg government had
given the Berlin oablnst full satisfaction
in th mat'.sr of th leisure of th Prtna
Helnrlch and th SoandU all Idea of back
ing up England In a protest regarding th
passage of th Pardanalls by th Ruaaian
volunteer fleet wa abandoned and it Is
authoritatively stated that th question ao
longer interest Germany.
Tarker Will Let Boat Pa,
CONSTANTINOPLE, July 2T.-Tho Rus
sian statement to th effect that Ve&aet
of tli volunteer fleet hereafter will not
b permitted to operate for war purpose
is regarded in Turklah Official circles as
settling th question of their passage
through th Dardanelles. It 1 held, a
they will only h&v tit statu of merchant
men, thr is no reaaon to refuse them
permission to traverse th strait as here
tofore. - ,
Th British cruiser Lancaster is still off
th antiano of th Dardanelles.
British steamer la Delayed.
ISLAND OF PERIM. Strait of Bab El
Mandsb, July Iff. Th British steamer
City ot Agra (last reported at Liverpool
for Kurrachbe) passed her today and sig
nalled that it had been delayed by a Rus
sian ware hip ia the Red &. '
Tk Shiga Ar Released.
SUEZ, July 27. Th Peninsular A Ori
ental Bteamshlp company's steamer Tor
ino, which wa captured in th , Red
e by th volunteer fleet steamer Smo
lensk, and which arrived hr yesterday
flying th Russian naval flag and with a
prlx crew on board, ha been released.
The liauiburg-Aiaeilcfen Uu slmr
Rolsatla, which arrlvd her thl morning,
also having en board a prlaa crew, ha
likewise been released. Th commander
of the Smolensk ld h wa esarchlng
for th Britlah tc.mr Idomnu, from
Clyde July t for Yokohama, which had
left Sue twenty-four hour C-fter th For
mosa. II feared It had escaped, but it
appears likely, however, that it ha slnoe
Asnerleaa Make Protest.
WABIIINOTON, July 27.-Th Slat de
partment has finally received formal pro
test against the action ot th Kusidan nary
In aelxlng American goods, and a th re
sult of It preliminary study of ths law
and precedents governing th subject. It 1
prepared t act energetically and promptly.
Ibis protest relate to th kelsur of an
American cargo on board the Hamburg
American steamer Arabia, bound from
Portland, Ore., foC Hong Kong, China.
J. II. Hftcl.sll. an attorney of Portland,
telegraphed the 6t' d partmaiit a state
ment of th conclJikms under which the
Arabia oarrUd out this csrao, II de
clared the fluur aboard the ! waa In
no .!! contraband Indemnity and sat
lii.'uciion are dmandcd fur th owntrr of
the flour. Th drper iiiient p("..'.!s poelv
tlvely dc!ln to Suy what eours tiiey in
tend to' puraua.
htr. ia- he, I fttated that he repre-tuttsd
the l'uM...i,d ; .'.log c.iisip.!iy. The o.n.i
pi. , he !?., l'J ! H'l ed on the AraWn
f r l. - ii ,-.- k of ti'ior, w.,iiti
Esrly trslhlng in the practice of lf-denlal, lnlrctlon- aa th tie.
and valu of money; orpnrtuhliy for th mlnf and saving of money all
these tend to fl and tinten th children In th wy of thrift nd twnnmy.
W ar alway glad to !! th children In their 'ffort to v money.
A V S
destined for Japan and It was part of th
normal trade of th company and wa
not a war order. Mr. Mitchell alao re
quested the State department to take tep
to protect legitimate neutral trad from
such serious Interference these attacks
by tho Vladivostok squadron. .
Maxwell Everets and D. A. Chambers,
two attorneys, cam to th State depart
ment today in connection with the same
ceisur and Acting Secretary Adee Imme
diately referred them to the solicitor tor
th department, who ha also before him
th protest of th Portland Milling com
pany. Officials of th department say there Wilt
be no Inconsiderate action; that the whole
uhject of Interference with American
trad by belligerent In the present war
will be considered and that each protest
that I forwarded will he part of a uniform
and consistent policy to be followed by
imerlena Rhla la Warned.
SAN FRANCISCO, Jnly Occi
dental A Oriental Btemshlp company'
stamer Gaelic, Captain Brown,' now en
rout from thl port to Japan and China,
ha been warned of th presence of the
Vladivostok fleet In the Pacific. Th vessel
left her on. July IA. When It touched at
Honolulu it captain wa apprised by cable
of th condition of affairs In the Orient,
and we. ordered to stop at Midway Island
to await further order by cable.
D. D. Stubbtt, general manager of the Oc
cidental A Oriental Stenmhlp company,
tat-d today that the Gaelic would likely
be ordered to proceed to Japan. "W are
awaiting developments," he said, 'land I
believe th steamer wilt only be delayed a
short tint at Midway before it proceeds
on Its voyage."
Th Gaello I expected to arrive at Mid
way today or tomorrow. It I carrying a
cargo of merchandise valued at $333,600 and
Its treasure box contains bullion valued at
$247,800. It largest consignment of flour is
destined tor ,neutral ports in the Orient.
For Japan it is csrrylng sixty-six roll ot
leather, 600 cases of alcohol and a mis
cellaneous assortment of merchandise.
No Vessel I Safe.
TOKIO, July 27. t p. m. Foreign and
domestlo shipping I today practically at
a standstill and it la possible that on ao
coont of future uncertainty It will be
only partially resumed when th present
raid of the Russian Vladivostok squadron
come to an end.
The sweeping list of article declared hy
Russia to be contraband of war render
almost every vessel approaching Japan
liable to selxure. American and British
shipping and commercial Interests gener
ally are deeply concerned at tha losses
already sustained and the probable future
impairment of trade there. They ane
anxlou also that their respective govern
ments renoh an understanding with Russia
concienjing contraband of war without
Joss of time.
GREAT BRITAIN'S HONOR ASSAILED
Russia Mast Saint the Flagr la Addl-
. Hon to. Paying Indemnity. . ... !
LONDON, July J7, The British govern
ment Is ending' instruction to Sir Charles
Harding, the British ambassador to Rus
sia, today to energetically protest against
the sinking of the' British steamer Knight
Commander by' th Russian Vladivostok
squadron. ' Until th presentation of th
note to the Russian government th great
est secrecy wilt be maintained regarding
its contents, but it is known that Premier
Balfour and his colleagues hare decided to
demand that the fullest reparation shall
be mad by Russia" or measure will ba
taken to follow up th diplomatic demands.
Th British not aa Sir Charles Hardlnge
will submit it wilt not mention the amount
Of indemnity Russia mutt pay the owners
of th ahlp and British subject having
goods on board th vessel, but all that will
ba sought Will be the establishment of th
principle of Indemnity and apology. A sa
lute of the British flag must also be con
ceded and th future protection of neutral
The attitude of the British- government
U the result of th thorough consideration
given to the .report received . from Sir
Claud MacDonsld, the British minister at
Toklo, and th examination of international
law authorities by legal Experts. . Th dis
patches from Sir Claude MacDonald con
firm th reports that the Knight Com
mander had no contraband of war on
board for Japan. The government and all
the British authorities, it Is asserted, unit
on th point that thefe was no Justification
for the sinking of th Veesel.
It I felt in government circles that the
Kniarht Commander Incident overshadows
the Red sea seizures, which practically
have been adjusted, btjt which hav failed
to 'Mtle th questions 'of th rights of neu
That the Brltth government regards the
sinking of the steamer Knight Commander
a A breach of International law. wa con
firmed by Premier' Balfour in the House
of Commons this afternoon. Answering
question regarding ths destruction ot th
Knight Commander and the aelsur of th I
Malacca and other vessels, th premier
aid he hoped to be In a position to mak
a brief statement regarding th Malacca
tomorrow. As to th sinking of th Knight
Commanded, h "regretted that informa
tion which reached me this morning con
firmed thl regretabis occurrence." Mr.
Balfour added: "There is no question of
loss of life, but I am afraid ther is a
question of a breach of International law."
A Ufi.lhy meeting of th defcuae com-
mine took place today under the presi
dency ot Premier Balfour, at which the
attorney general, Sir Robert Kin'.ay, was
present. Th attorney general does not
usually attend these meetings, but it wa
tated that the question at issue between
Russia and Great Hiitla'n wer under dis
cussion and that Sir Robert waa called In
to advise a to th questions of interna
tional law Involved.
Thomas Glbann Bowli. conanrvativ,
will ak Premier Balfour In th lloue of
Common tomorrow If, th government is
aware that the RuesiArt armored cruiser
Dmitri Dontkol after being allowed tn
tak to ton of coat at Port Said, and
after her captain had given hi word of
honor that h would proceed at one by
A dcU-ioug dmC.'.io makes the ioo;S
lmh luijon ear. .02 CDC NT is a fra
frant Uii'd clcu'ijor, fenstralli t'. Illll
vioe of t!i lih tt puilIUa U.cin.
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fi.l'iJ.ist the &:'.'. ctiamol, tut does not
.:itUh, t.'.u It l-ieven',' t!, atiiumu'iitVa
tl U.t,.r, v.: " out t. ,'ih'jf t' e. .i.t!, a
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DCUCLS. " "
the direct route to Cad's reni.tlned off
Port Paid and stopped and examined alx
vessels which wer about to enter the
canal and a few day later repeated the
stoppsge off Alexandria.
Mr. Bowles sl.o wants td know what
steps the government will taM.tn prevent
belligerent ships securing at British port
coal to be used In operations of war.
It Is reported that all onW for the
British naval maneuvers have been coun
termanded, that th various squadron
have been ordered not to 'tuovr; that all
leaves of absonre have, been canceled and
that officers and men on furlough hav
been recalled. " ' '
The home and charinet fSect had already
been moved lnto--avdoUlon to undertake
JAP VE1 IIGDtTGIl TO OrtlET CASH
Gold Coin Iterrtrert from Far Enat
Converted Into Philippine Money.
SAN FRANCISCO, July 27,-From Jnnu
ry 1 to July 24, Inclusive. 77,K2J.so0 Japanese
yen have been received here at the United
ciaies nuiu in tnia city and converted Into
money for th Philippine ialands. The ag
gregate amount In American money i $38,.
912.933. For twenty-six days ot June alon
th amount la $4,495,133.
Prise Crew Start for ' Odessa. :
PORT SAID, July 27,-The prise crew
which were placed on- board the Hamburg
American line steamer Scandla and the
British steamer Ardovn, captured ' In the
Rod ea by tho Russian volunteer fleet
vessels, but subsequently reieaaed. hav
proceeded for Odessa on the ' Russian
eteamer Cwirevltch, , y ,
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ket for the past ten years, and in all of that
time there ha been bat three case where a
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Dr. renin's Pile' Specific b sold under a
positive guarantee by the druggUt making
the sale, to refund the full purchase price,
providing the remedy falls to curs. ; This 1
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