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Racine Journal (Newspaper) - August 16, 1900, Racine, Wisconsin BACLSE, WISCONSIN, THURSDAY, ATTCrTJST 16, 190Q.-TWELYE PAGES. NO. 11 State Department, However, Refuses to Make Message. Public. CHINESE FLEE TOWARD PEKIN IN UTTER ROUT vmlon Men Have Di cully li -Wire. Intmot a> thclUUef to Mlnliteri. WASHINGTON, Aug. The Chi- nese minuter received a cablegram from Conger, it was delivered at the state department at o'clock. Adce, acting secretary of states, imme- diately counselled Root. No statement .was made as to the contents of the mcs- Bftgo It is conjectured to be a reply to tho last dispatch of the stfltc department to Conger, but tho officials refused to tomko the contents public. LONDON. Aug. A special dispatch from Yang Tsim, dated Aug. 7, reports .the arrival of supplies there sufficient to lust twelve days. The dispatch adds that a reconnaissance shows the Chinese were demoralised and fled -toward Pckin. The American signal men are keeping the tel- egnipli wire -intact along the line of i in -the face of groat difficulties. ARMY OF PHILIPPINES IN PARADE AT DENVER. A Tliommod Veurain In Uniform With Those ft Two Other Checrod by Gathered DENVER, Col., Aug. cel- ebration by the -Society -of the Army of the Philippines began with a parade, in which the Grand Army of She Republic, Confederates, Spanish-American war vet- erans, Army of the Philippines, and Na- tional guard of Colorado took part. The members of tho army -of Hie Philippines, of 'whom there were about -a 'thousand in lint-, wore khaki uniforms, campaign hois and leggius. Thousands of spectators crowded the sidewalks along the line of march, and clicercd the veterans. At 11 o'clock a reception in honor of the vet- erans was given by G-ov. and -Mrs. Thom- as at their residence. The business meeting was resumed ait noon. The following message was sent Mat-Arthur in t-he Philippines: "Your former comrades in the Army of -the Phil- ippines, assembled in Denver, on the an- niversary of the capture o-f Manila, -send you their loving greetings and "best wish- es for continued success, health uud a safe return." t Death of Collis P. dent of Southern Pacific Ry. LONDON, Aug. Oven. Ohaffecs dis- jmteh announcing his arrival on Aug. 0; nt Ho-Si-W-u stands the la-test ollieial intelligence of the march of 'the allied forces on Pekin. The English papers say it is riutlhw annoying thei-r naval and military cannot communicate DIES OF HEART DISEASE IN NEW YORK STATE Sojourning In Adlrondmolti Time of a Fortuuo Eitl- mfctotl BvtTvooh Forty and Fifty mm mi m Fiancee of Ferrell the Confessed Murderer, Visits the Latter in His Prison Cell. c with the hijh officials while Ad- miral Kemey and Gen. Chaff ce can do so by Shanghai- Canton wire. "Chinese reports arc -being distributed far nnd wide in the southern provinces of alleged Chinese successes in the north. Secret -inquiries at Canton show nil tho forts have
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