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REPETITION OF BOMB ATTACKS STARTSS I E G E Chang Tso-Lin Tso-Lin Tso-Lin and Powerful Ally Give Evidence of Closing In on City LITTLE DAMAGE IS CAUSED ndignation of Civilians Is Aroused by Continuance of Airplane Raids (By Associated r.-cs) r.-cs) r.-cs) TEKING, April 5. Two Man-,i.-i.n Man-,i.-i.n Man-,i.-i.n Man-,i.-i.n Man-,i.-i.n irnimn rtronrcd K bombs loday near a crowd winch Kvl Ka.thc.red for an arbor day ceremony There were no casualties. l! had been announ.-fd announ.-fd announ.-fd newspapers that Lu Chung-1 Chung-1 Chung-1 by :iie ..11. T llC in re Kuominohum commission Ulnir. would be present but ho was unable to attend. Te rxpk-sion rxpk-sion rxpk-sion 01 the bombs created a ran:c among the crowd. Rial Siege It Now Under Way Todav's bombardment Trrm -i.r -i.r air, following that of yesterday, is considered as the commencement of a real siege of the capital by the armies of Chans Tso-Lin. Tso-Lin. Tso-Lin. the Man-cburian Man-cburian Man-cburian war lord, and his powerful llv. Marshal Wu Tei Fu. SundaVs bombardment, like that of todav, did little damage, but it served to distract the already harassed harassed population. It ts reported on pood authority that General Kung Xai-Hai. Xai-Hai. Xai-Hai. representing representing Marshal Wu Pei-Vu, Pei-Vu, Pei-Vu, has arrived arrived in Peking with full power to negotiate with the Kuominchun leaders. Marshal Wu's Huron forces have advanced to raotong-fu. raotong-fu. raotong-fu. SO miles southwest of Tekinp. There have Veen m.my reports, however, that Wu Is inclined to desert desert that anti-Kuomlnchun anti-Kuomlnchun anti-Kuomlnchun "ali-anee" "ali-anee" "ali-anee" and to receive overtures from the Kuominchun, who J-t J-t J-t ill control Peking, although surrounded by a cordon of enemies. City I Aroused By Daily Raids The daily air ra'.as ry nnu planes. exidently Intended to de-moraJize de-moraJize de-moraJize the Kuominchun (national army) forces, are arousing ind'.gna-i ind'.gna-i tion of civilians, who are impor- impor- tuning- tuning- the foreign legations to use their Influence to effect cessation. Ptnee the bombardment began Friday, a score of bombs have teen drcr-ped. drcr-ped. drcr-ped. chicly upon 'he imperial fi-?. fi-?. fi-?. where, the Kuominchun bar- bar- rr.ti located. Several, without V,. reason, fell In th south ,-f ,-f ,-f nuarter of Peking which is densely populated. Thus far the damag-' damag-' flight, with few persons hurt.