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Tin: 510IIXIXO EXAMINE!!: I i.UI, OGDEN, TIT.SDAY, JANUARY 22, 1907. ELLEN TERRY HAS LANDED From Correspondents and State Exchanges Fellow the Breaking of a Flanga an a Her Heart to Heart Talk Regarding Car. the Suppression of White Slava Traffic. pise UMD Diamonds Earn Dollars nothin as an in veil meet to s'hile you penoiul adornment in oau then. They often Increase value 10 per cent in a twelve-mouland the security ia a- - food and quickly turned over a The meal conservative could want,r biff opportunities here in or unset tours fairly priced-a- rt of d Brat-waie- W. L EUSWELL, Jeweler 370 24. h SL vrtKlSTMAfl PREStNTB GALORE, because of their turibite variety and superb artistic beauty ia decorated china and cut gUias, are found mure pleasing and belter appreciated gifts than any others. At Olaen'a you hare an extremely large stock to select tram, ranging from dinner, tea, lunch and breakfast set to fancy and ornamental creations that aro always a source of Jot and beauty. In ent Blase wa ha a fine line of useful things. Olsen, Grocer, 2259 Washington Ave. the platforms. A half hour had elapsed meanwhile and the passengers upon reaching the platforms were not humorously India- ml. A volley of demands for the return of fares greeted the gatekeepers. Finally an order was received from headquarters to return fares to the illHcomoded passengers, Thomas Foley, tower tender at Fifth avFnue and Van Buren street, while sitting the wrecking crew; lost his balance and Ml to the pavement, sustaining probabfy fatal Injuries. In the excitement following Foley's accident a train backed into the derailed roaches smashing accidentally, woodwork and windows, wrecking more frightening persona. TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY HARRY THAW CASE e IS OSCE MORE I LARGE CROWD WAITED THE PRISONER. Salt lake. Jan. SI.- - Mr. and Mr Roy Rldga are gueata at the Knut' ford on their from a twi. months visit east. Roy u In Salt Lake, where he was a famll lar figure a few years ago. before hr acquired a furtune at Goldfield. Refer PROIIDHT SPORTING nng (u hi eastern trip, Mr. Ridge aald: "I visited Kansas (Tty, Chicago. GOODS COMPANY Milwaukee and Philadelphia. In each pv these cities, I found that weetern Whelaaale and Ratall SPORTING GOODS, mining slocks were In great demand Many parties in earh one of the cities jabbers ef EDISON PHONO I visited have made good money by AND GRAPHS RECORDS. their Investment In Nevada and Utah Clark.Herrocka' Fish'ng Tackle. mining stocks. In nearly every InStall and Dean Athletie Goeda. stance. they claimed that the mine Phenegrapha Sold en Easy had proved np better by development IS1 24th SL Term. than they had been repreM-nted- . may talk a they please about wildest stock and their flotation, but when the number uf mining stocks that have been floated all over tin country ia taken into consideration the real wildcats are mighty few anti fkr between. Nothing hus occurred to shake confidence in mining slocks In the cities I have visited. The routing year will see more Eastern money In vested In Western mining than ever beftre. "I am hurrying home In response to a telegram from my br.it her, that a rich strike has been made In the Dromedary Hump ground at Falrvlew the ore in which assays 2.000 to thi bin, and thnt it was bring narked for fi shipment. This mine lies over the till ou the other slits of the porphyry a as wa dyke which intervenes bet ween us WITH OLD HARNESS and the Nevada Mills mine. I am A runs ear may raure more th$ anxious io get there, as I believe this trouble. Ferlo'if Injiirlea and aomw I strike is In the nature of whale. Eme death are the awful revulta Aq hull first g't to lieuu. my home, then e!d harneM ofta but responsible, hump It lit tlu Hutnp, quick as posnew hiirnrse with weak apota in it sible." J 'st ia had. The kind we sell here NO WEAK SPOTS. UTAH PATENTS. Ton will yet vnur money' worth If fou buy hameaa nf pa. (ranted this week. Kemrted by C. A Osr address la 1277 Washing Snow A Co., patent attorneys. Washington. D. C. Harry I. Taylor. Salt Lake City, pneumatic drill. Fur of above patent send ten rents Co. copy In postage stamps with date of this paper U C. A. Know A Co., Washing- New York, Jan. 21. The trial ot Harry K. Thaw, wga today postponed until Wednesday. The delay in finishing the Hllgsrt-MagiHoots. rase I the cause of Ms temporary postponement of Thaws trial for the murder of Stanford White on June g.'ith, 190C, at the Madison Square Roof Garden. The 2U0 talesmen which had been summoned for the rase were excused until of the trial. The alleged alayer of Stanford White was held tn the prisoners room In the rrimlnal courts building while the roll of 200 talesmen summoned on the special Jury panel was well-know- c being called. All persons others than the tales men were excluded from tbs court room. Even the newspaper men were held outside. Bonn-poapl- The large crowd gathered to ratch a glimpse of Thaw was disappointed. During hla Journey from the prison rell to the court house, Tbsw was not once exposed to public gaze. Thaw consulted with hli counsel severs! times during the proceedings and dining one of these consultations he was allowed In the Juryroom from whtrh he caught his first glimpse of the court room In which hr is to be tried for his life. Todays announcement of the was anticipated and the disappointment the prisoner felt over the delsf wss not great. Thnw himself appeared happy and eotifldi-n- t and walked with springy step. He had arisen bright and early, anxious for Ills trip across the bridge from the Tombs prison to the court room. His wl Irraefob wET court nHini. His wife arrived- nt the ptis'n too late to e him. She did not go to the court room. post-vnieme-nt I TROUBLE imns HE MAKES . -- AMENDS. limlnn. Jnn. 21. Shortly aftrtr 8 'clock this afternoon the colonist office received a dispatch from Governor i bwettenham asking the British government t j convey to the government of the I'nlied States the thanks of ton, D. C. I ;i iimira for the American assistance rendered hy Admiral Davis. OPPOSITION PACKING HOUSE. The telegram contained no mention of the incident involving the deparM. L. Cummings Is In Correspondence ture of the American warships. With Omaha and Kansas City 7 : o.') p. m The dispatch of ikirer Partita. nor Bwettenham, asking the British government to convey to the governSalt Leke. Jan. 21. M. I. ("iiinniingi ment of the l'n:ted Btates the thanks nf thla city Is In rnrr.'ap ndrni-c with of Jamaica for the assistance rendered Omaha and Kansu ritj parties rela- by Admiral Davis, baa been forwarded tive to the ea'alil'shiii.-t(f pirjj. to thn state department at WashingIng plant In the southern part of the ton. with the thanks of the governcity, ceding for the investment of ment of Great Britain for the aid ren $100.1)011 m JI.iihiii dered by the American admiral. Mr. Cunniiliii:-- ) is not at liberty to further iufornia'ton. as nego-ia- t give Farmers, mechanics, railroaders, tons h:ue mu riiielied that iolnt rely on Dr. Thomas' Eclertrlc there is anything actually done. I OH. Take the sting out nf cut, burns a definite " step taken, and the or bruises at once. Iain cannot stay of the nanet of the east era i where it I uW. pxrtUe might, he believe, seriously Interfere with hla plans. But Mr. Cum- j BUFFALOS HEAVY 8TORV. mings Is confident If the project goes ! through, thst a valuable industry will Damage Placed as High si Two be added to the Increasing commercial Million Dollars. enterprises of. Ihlsc tty. If the site H ff.p Y thought to lie the most favorable, were .T.m :t Only two stated. Mr. Cummings believes properas a direct ''c- - bve (.ten would Immedla'e'y Jump up res:.' if ty fierce wind. their prices go nothing will tie given The ihnirted a; Dunkirk, where a the above, until sum. girl ss drowr.el pnd out, funher-thaa woman was How step I actually derided up.-killed lit ihint; debris. ever, he says the parties in'ereste.i In ll'.iff.iln it is Unit the promlnen in the packlnc Dab. and "inn did from 81 ."iii'.nog t d ll.ono.. are well uble tn open up quite an ,tu ifaniuge. ; ,t Niagara Fb!! d.im-port ant estnblishnirtit lore The int.. the amount uf iiciwas ference Is that the s;ra:ir.z of a iliuo to the Great railroad. ho-tat liouriifMi n, Su sh'le lu the hear- - nf 'he hutld-- I l.ske capital tuu. jatesie : in rs.terr. mss valued at IZn.i'i'i) were etty demolish-- , idof opera-inN In a rich peckers the d Even town along the lake retrta I o"e in ..p much damage. jMierlnn. Tin- Mum, laeicti uesili it hours. pub-ii'-itb- n the eta actor o the transtv service we aapply our patrona Prompt, reliable and at low coat, any time you any we'll be on you-jo- b and handle It expeditiously and walk ' a co-rd.- iy' ALLEN TRANSFER CO. , - hum.-parkin- ib-rg- e s Phone 22 for yonn. SEE But Ha Waa Kapt From tha Public Gaze While Out of Hla Call. ROY RIDGE HAPPY. fa TO i . - New York, Jan. 21. Miaa Ellen Terry, the actress, with her daughter, Miaa Edith Craig, who Is to bo her stage manager, arrived yesterday on tha Philadelphia. She is a part of Charles Frohman's bouquet of artist, and, with her seoro ef play ers, with begin an engagement - on January 2kth, at tha Empire Theater In George Bernard Bhaw'e satirical play, Captain Broserounds Conversion. Miss Terry was last here ia 1902 with the late Sir Henry Irving. Miss Terry is still young in gesture, action and nerves. "What did you mean hy saying In England that you would not leave the civilised parte of the United 810100?" she waa asked. Indeed no, I did not nay it," she I can not understand how protested. reports like that get out. FORMER HAB HAD A TILT WITH Oh, how terrible, indeed; no, I like UNITED STATES, the west. Some of my moot tender recollections are locked up with the west west of the Mississippi and with Made Demands In Regard to Jamaican that part of the United Buttes south Canal Werkers Which Ware of Mason and Dixon's line. Even if 1 Refused. had thought aqch a thing, if would have been indecent in me lo say it. Miaa Terry aald she would tour only New York. Jan. 21. Rear Admiral the eastern not touchcities this Charles H. Davis, whose offer of as- ing the western cities trip, at alL sistance for the earthquake aufferers wa refused by Governor James AlexINJURED WEPT AND BEGGED ander of Kingston, la the AMERICAN SURGEONS TO STAY man who received the surrender of the port of Funee when he was In command of the Dixie. Hla record In City Council of Kingston Resented the Action of Governor Bwettenham the Amerlran navy waa a continuous and the Relief Committee auccraahm of diplomatic triumphs. Threatened to Resign. He Is second in command of the North Atlantic squadron. Hla title aa Guantanamo, Cuba, Jan. 11. The Grand Commander oT the Order of Isabella was conferred by Spain tn United States battleship Missouri has of hie services as per- arrived from Kingston. It was stated recognition sonal conductor, as a representative today that Governor Bwettenham held of this government, of the Infanta np Saturday night's dispatches from Euldlla when she visited this country Kingston regarding bis letter to AdIn 1292, as 8patns representative to miral Davis requesting him to reimbark the American marines who had been the Columbian celebration. landed to assist in the relief work Admiral Davis la a brother-in-laof Senator Lodge and a friend of the ashore. Just previous to the departure of President, who formed his acquaintance while Hooeevelt was a member the American warships, the mayor and of tbs civil service commission and city council of Kingston sent a petition to the admiral begging him to living in Washington. Rear Admiral DavL was select'd as remain and the relief committee, headtha American member of the Inter ed by Archbishop Hubball, threatennational commission which met in ed to resign. When the American left the hospital, tha patients Parts two years ago to Inquire Into Amtlpe firing by Russia's Baltic fleet on wept and begged them and the the British fishing trawlers. Davis erican warships to stay, and the Red nurses declared that ths goverserved superintendent of the naval Cross nor's action In causing ths Americans observatory at Washington for five to withdraw wsa nothing short of years and has been on many ships of tha navy through hla various criminal. Nhlther the state nor the navy degrades. Sir James Alexander Bwettenham, partments have any official advices as X. C. M. Q.. csptsin-geners- l and govern- to the reason for the abrupt departure or-in-chief of Jamaica, has been In from Kingston of Admiral Davis and the colonial service of Great Britain his relief squadron, which returned to for forty years. He Is Cl years old, Guantanamo yesterday. In official dr-- ' and the sop of J. O. Bwettenham of cles the episode Forms the main topic of conversation. Helper Lodge, Derby. After graduatActing Secretary of State Bacon, ing at Cambridge, he entered the Cerhm civil service In 18C8 and re- who lat night denied that any unmained In various grades of Ceylon pleasant nets had occurred between service fur fifteen years. He wss Admiral Davis and Gov. Bwettenham, auditor-genera- l of' the Island of Cyp- today wa inclined to believe there was foundation for the stories. He rus from 1884 to 1891 snd auditor-generof Ceylon from 1891 t 1895. thought, however, thst When both Ides are heard tne case will present Then he was made colonial secretary at Singapore and from 1898 to n different aspect. He had n confer19t)0 was acting governor of the ence today with ths President. While the BritLh embassy is in the Straits Then he went to British Guiana as governor and comma- dark so far as official advices regardnder-In-chlef, where he was kept ing the Incident are concerned, the affair ia regarded there aa most ununtil 1904. OHr Alexander got his decoration and fortunate front every point of view. hla knighthood for colonial service - Mr. charge daffaires and then sent him to Jamaica where of the British embasy, has made an appointment to meet Mr. Bacon to dishe arrived tn the fall of 1904. Governor Bwettenham came in con- cus the incident The supply ship Celtic, which ssll-e- d flict with the Inlted States officials from Havana for Kingston, arrived last October, when he refused to pert mlt laborers to leave Jamaica to at that place yesterday. It is thought work on the Panama canal unless cer- at the navy department that she misstain demands mads by him were con- ed Admiral Dsvls returning squadceded. He refused to permit the re- ron. Whether she has been ordered to cruiting of laborer! unless tire shil- return to Guantanamo Is not known lings per head was paid to tha Island here. government for ihe hi borers and also New York, Jsn. 21. A special disthe sum of 2,5nb for the agents license. After considerable discussion patch to the Times from Kingston, Jathe demand wa granted. The gover- maica. says that Ooveraor Bwettennor then instated that the Inlted ham, In addition to refusing uld from States guaranb-to compensate the Rear Admiral Davis, has declined an laborers for any damage or injury offer sent by the war department of they might susta n during their em- the United States to extend immeployment on the canal. This demand diately to Kingston 10.000 rations which were Intended for troops in was positively refused. Cuba and would hare been diverted here. ADMIRAL DAVIS RETURN. The Governor1 action, the Times 'Battleships Back From Their Mission correspondent says, ia disapproved by the community, which appreciates the of Morey. kindness of the Americans. As soon as Nffw York. Jan 21. The feature of 1: became known what had been done the news front Kingston, Jamaica, to- by Gov. Bwettenham snd thst the day la the declination of Sir James American ships. In consequence, were Alexander Swetteuham, the gorernor tn leave, an emergency meeting of of Jamaica, to accept American aid the city council was called. The disand the departure In consequence of cussion showed that the governors atthe Amerlran warships under com- titude toward the Americans did not mand of Rear Afinlral Davis. A des- meet with the approval of those ofpatch from today stated that ficials and n letter to Admiral Dsvls the cruiser Marietta, which arrived was drafted snd adopted In which the last night at SHniiago, had sighted action of Sir Alexander Swattenham Rear Admiral Davit' ships making for was wholly disapproved and the AmerGuantanamo Sunday afternoon. The ican government and officers were easel piohabh arrived 8undav night, warmly thanked for the thoughtful, so thnt nttlcial despatches on the effective and timely aid given in the American rebuff should soon be emergency. Thla letter was Immediately dispatched. Bwrttenham's action appears not to Admiral Davis wss also aaked to have met the views of the people and remain, in spite of the unfortunate Incident. The request was despatched city official of Kingston. It Is reported that the city council to him and he made a reply In which met utter the Incident became known, he said that there waa no mtsnndert promptly di:ipp-- ved the governor's standing with the Jsinslcsn authoraclon snd not on'y sent a IctD-- r of ities. but he added, eignlfleantly. In round to Riar A Davis, hut aak--- n reply to the request to remain: I.. reri'ni ler his decision to As a foreign naval officer, I am leave and to remain with the Auier-- ) bound to respect the wishes of the as eiy aid wa S.III Urt constituted authority of Jamaica. gen'ly needed. Up, to the time of Admiral Davis' de-Davis repin'd that he hart no alterrsrt-jrethe situation was Improving native but to go in accordance with I hut the work has been much retarded tbo desire :f the constituted author- ly the governor declining further asities. sistance by the Americans. Much sufEnglish newspaper comment on the fering will result from their departure incident is un:iii!:uous In regretting and the refusal of supplies. the occurrence and tn expressing the hope ti'.at the good relation existing NEWSPAPER COMMENT. between the fid'e;! States and Great Britain will nor be endangered thereWestminster Gazette Bays There is by Nothing But Regret. No official American comment had been f.'rlicomir.g up to an early hour 1onden. Jsn. 21. Referring to the . today-- Inasmuch aa the American govwithdrawal of the American warships In-ernment had u it been officially f from Kingston, the Pall Mall Gazette tinned of aelon. this sfternoon lays that Language of his rourae employed by Governor expUns-ioBwettenham and the outrom- - of the Incident are wjuld he difficult to Justify In almost ' awaited every with keen nv circumstance." At th same time the paper says it Bettli-menta- . Eame-Howar- Ban-l.'ig- o v forth-Ciiinin- g. 1 s Swet-tenham- h.-i- e for Their Lev of Fair Flay, 5aU To Bo a National Trait at Character. trike aaother a fool blow, or maliciously tries in;. .. r ia his social standing Is detested and abhorred. TU 7 St generally alow to maaileal their disapproval of m.-v- , vT'-a- n W opportunity ia afforded. f this disposition is the fact that although base. fal upon Dr. Fierce, of Buffalo, and his widely celebrated sometimes injured the sale of these meritorious noudJl!!? such anjust assaults have been met and their falihn.ju a natural reaction has followed and their calc has toes SHE MADE AN ATTACK ON THE WEST. of the I'niversalist perintendent church, has been elected general superintendent, ' the highest position in I'niversalist denomination in the world. The election took place at a meeting of the trustees in New .York Saturday. Take LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine Tablets. Druggiata refund money If It falls to cure. E. V. GKOYE'S signature on each box. 25c. a J.C. Plait Saddlery La Crosse. Win, Jan. 21. Rev. Dr. W. H. McClaughlln, northwestern su- I Bo It Would Have Basil Indecent on Her . Part to Have Bald Such A Thing. HEAD OF UNIVERSALISTS. y arraigned, the speaker declaring that young man wants In a girl today all la one who can dress well, listen to risque stories end give smart replies. She bemoaned ibe passing of the time when a girl apenl her youth in her own home under her mother's care, uniil ihe time came when she flitted tn a neat of her own. But if women muat work, the spak-- i west on. they must realise that there are turn and women In the world base enough to sell a rlri Into virtual slavery, to blast forever the life cf an innocent little maiden. Mias s Winkler warned the girls in her ngalnat accepting candy and presents from strangers; such gift, she declared, are often drugged. In graphic language she told of the traffic In women which, having its beginning In France, has spread through the world, (tegular stations are maintained for shipping girls back and forth, and, dramatically Mlaa Winkler announced that Salt Lake was one of thg stations. In detail she told how the girls are obtained. VnKophlailcateil and Ignorant, the girl, are lured awny by the promise of employment, of marriage and other bauhlea that faarln-arthe allly and the Ignorant. Then, the blinding truth, and It ia all over for one more girl. The speaker declared that the solution of the aortal problem lb-- nut In abolishing red light Ulstrlris, In persecuting the wretched unfortunate whi live there, but In the father educating their na to the Idea that men are the natural protectors of women; thst true manhood consists In protection of the weaker once always. At the conclualon e number of the andlmre remained to discuss the subject further with Miaa Winkler. DENIES ere still laden with grain, their total valuation ia not far front 12,0U0,(hhj. lst aud-h-nc- corraiur E. A. tie-u- p Chicago. Jan. 21 A complete of the Cnion Elevated hop, resultSuit Leke, Jan. 21. Reviling the one double a.Midkrd of moral and plead- ing ia the probable death of one man, stariot least at wilau incipient her standard to the for single ing tion for tht return of fares paid, and a ed audience of wen and women, ills Marl Lydia Winkler, the Germaa wo- bad fright for a train load of passennight by lha degers was caused man here in the interest of the of the white slave traffic, railment of a Garfield Park train. The entire loop waa tied up for yrtb-rdaafternoon at tne Y. M. C. A. The GarfieU Park train gave a straight from the shoulder talk three hour. waa leaving to a cruwded audience, taking for on the Metropolitan line on bar subject the perils of woman, and the hx.p when a flange waa a ear ia broken. the middle of the train her natural protector. Walker did aot mince hrr The sudden Jolting of the cars on the Mis word. She spoke plainly of the ab- ties frigliteued tin passengers and, unnormal roadlHon of today which send it the motormaa applied the brakes, s young girl into the world without there va almost a panic. Huudreds of persona on various the safeguard of knowledge that aha train were Inconvenienced. The deBlight use a. a shield. Mls Winkler delivered her most railment grounded the circuit and uncurrent waa switched on at staggering statements with all ihe til the aide either of the stations, trains besweetness of the natural modest man, groused to iadigaatlon by condi- tween were left without power and light. Finally sufficient power waa tions a the hag found them. The young men of the period were given to permit the trains to return to IN Thg American Pnepin This, Thai It flay NEW YORK the velocity of the wln.1 varying from 42 to b5 miles an hour. Of 22 vessels anchored under the lee of the Buffalo breakwater, five went on the beach. AH these are modern freighters. Aa must of them SERIES OF ACCIDENTS MARIA LYDIA WINKLER. j, . m Noted SALT LAKE AND STATE NEWS had altered it c'tiiliLi J. Efcllgal tr.irtimr JriJtpL a Mnr md s'lcuusie cpii.itftia.!,:.' vj)e bv imttfr wtadc reason to ,.LtlV Ue nfflrh hejras wt,W ire there v ihsTtrfl! ti.J 1.1- -1 .i l.i 111 nq I; : Dfiemt arw biiiulrla of thuiunda of people all over this bleated country of sun who have beca cured of otatiaata, chronic disc tee through the use of Dr. Firm's Medicines snd It is only natural thst such people should up and speak their seiittnuNiia pretty freely when Dr. Fierce and his medicine are so unjustly rls attacked. Them grateful patients of Dr. Pierce ire to bs found In slums! every hamlet lid country village, snd In the farm- houses snd mechanics cottages In every nook snd corner ot this great country. Common gratitude prompt such people to stand up and defend I)r. fierce and his medicines against unjust mid Sta-llcl- attacks Dr. Pierce's Medicines have been on ale In drug states ail over this country and In many foreign lands for mure than forty years snd yet their sale continues to grow in a substantial and most gratifying way. This could nut ba the case If ther were not remedies of mors than ordinary merit. WHAT DO THEY CURE 9 Dr. Pierced Favorite Prescription is not advertised as a "Cure All but admirably fulfills a singleness of purpose, being superior and most positive remedy for ons elsas of diseases only thciM easily reeug-nlze- d weaknsetea, derangement. Irreg u laritles and painful disorders peculiar to It a powerful, yet gently acting. Invigorating, toulc and strengthening overt worknervine. For weak, worn-ou- t. ed women no matter what has caused break-dowwhether It lie from too the frequent bearing of children or from much t over exertion of any kind, worry, cAre, Favorite Prescription will be fouud moat efficient In bulkllug np the strength, regulating all the womanly functions, banishing pain and bringing about a regular and neallhy, vigorous condition of the whole female svalem. Thu It cor rect prolapsus, or falling of womb, a u levers I on and other displacements of tha female pelvic organs, due to weskuess or over exertion, lifting or faIn short, It makes tiguing over-worweak women strung and airk women walL As to Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery It has a vary lani range of application, yet It la by no mean recommended 1 a "Cure-AlIt possesses marvelous alterative, nr blond cleansing, pro pert lea and la at the name time a m.sit Invigorating tonic, or strength giver. It exerts a iwdlia, cleansing, soothing and healing ffeet upon all ths lining mucous membrane of the system; hence, its great curative value In all ratarrhal affections, located. no matter 1 n, retro-versio- n, l. thinks It ia possible that a praiseworthy desire to do hie utmost in the cause of humanity pushed Admiral Davis beyond the necessities of the ease and led him to encroach too far upon the sphere of British authority. The Pall Mall Gaxetts assumes thst both the admiral and the governor wort animated by the best of moMves and ad.ln: Englishmen certainly do not wish the misunderstanding to be magnified In any sense of pique and the American public ought to he broadminded enough to regard It with the same charitable disposition. The Westminster Gazette says there ean be nothing but regret at tha fact that any difficulty haa arisen between Admiral Dsvls and Governor Bwettenham and while awaiting a fuller explanation, adds: In tha meantime tha United States css be assured that we In thla country deeply appreciate the generous, sympathetic way In which ita cltlsena volunteered assistance to the British Ia Chronic Nasal Tl,nA Catarrh, ft 1. the passages two or tluv, day with Dr. Page's Catarrh clean fluid, while perafetipg in the -Gold-n Medical 'si. umrftH destining and apertfe eurttiv, 22 up m the dkeased mucous mmibram.it will cure every large per cent, of aficLiJ even after they have reached iL ulcwS live, or chronic Ujc, au(ria how many pet re sbinifina Wire vj It is equally efficacious in ffmiontof & mucous lining of the laryux, breach! reaplrahjry organs In general, thus ruriS bronchi tin, laryngitis and other afffrtinTf giving nee to oletlnate, a It Is not to good m. scute cough widen ot'l'ia, aa lu the Hngrting. roughs. Nor must the Uuldra Redirj Discovery be expected to work mired It will not rure conumiih in advanced stages no siedirin will iu da that, but for all oheuuau hanaon-eouct- e due to Isryugial or hronrinsl Irriwiii snd kindred affection, of the thnat which, if neglected or hadiy treated, likely to lead np to cuukumptinn ths Discovery "ran be relied upon to prudis the best curative result. The Guides Msdlrsl Discovery k from Its tonic snd spedfic curetiramn-tro- l over mucous surface, especially efficacious In rurlng lndltri-tlnarpere sis, weak stomach and Liver Uunpiaint.1 or biliousness. Even ulceration of te stomach and bowel haa In thousand of eases been cured by it; also outinsta chronic diarrhea. In addition to all the foregoing, not ths least valuable of the marvelously properties powiexd by tbs "DiscoIs the unequaled regulating aid very strengthening effect exerted by it over ths heart action. It ha maueaoma wondehina-on-rou- il "K efflrs-clo- rful cure of very pronounced valvular aid other affections of that organ. 27m mi m why Gulden Medical Ife. covery cure so wide a range of dura Is marie plain in a booklet sent fra us request mailed to Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffala N. Y. if Interested, send fur 1L Tha powerful alterative or Mood purify. Ing properties poseessed hy the " Discovery w ill naturally suggest it use forth cura of blotches, pimple, eruption; aa and other skis also eczema, thins la all of which It has mads ramarfe a hie pure; aim In scrofulous aotreaudoM, open ulcere, or eating sore. To host (hi latter, use Dr. as a local apt) Golden Medical Discovery1 to correct ths blood snd cleanse the system. 8 hoi will be mailed to any address 00 receipt d fifty-forente In stempa. If your druggist dont hsve It in stock, add ram Da I'iarca, as shove. salt-rheu- be rebuilt which possibly will not k done as many think the city unstable KINGSTON LOBTf $15,000,000. I Kingston, Jsn. 21. The banks ham resumed ' payments, but no attempt buaisem haa yet been made to The car service has been resumed from the northern boundary a I tht city to 8t. Andrew. It ia expected that a newspaper will be Issued today. The financial lot by earthquake and lira Ifl now estimated at $15,OW,OOt. Merchants fear that tha Inaunnre companies will not pay losaes because of the earthquake clause In tbs policies. PANAMA t?t HELP. . colony WERE IN THE EARTHQUAKE. Philadelphia. Jan 81. The United Fruit company steamship Admiral Farragut arrived here today from Port Antonio with three pasengera aboard who were In Kingston at tha time of the earthquake. The three were Mrs. Albert Turner and Mias Grace B. Turner of Passaic, N. J., and Edward W. Longley of Newtonvllls, Maas. They were guests at the Hotel Royal, which was partially destroyed, but none of the three wes Injured except Miss Turner, who was cut by falling debris. Miss Turner, who is a member of the Red Cross society, said: Men, women and children were buried under the falling debris everywhere, snd the cries of the wounded could be heard through the street. When the shocks came and the hotel walls began tumbling, we got out safely. There were many heartrending cepes, but one of the most pltlfu came to my Immediate notice. We had found a mother and five children beneath the ruins of a cottage. While effort were being made to get the woman and little onee from under the wreckage, a soldier came up and shouldered hta way in between the workers. It was the father and When he saw hla wife and children lying In the wreckage of the house he stepped back and, drawing a revolver, sent a bullet into his head, killing himself Instantly. Edward Longley said ef the earthI had just returned to the quake: Hotel Royal when there waa a rumble and the bnlldtng began to shake. The plaster began falling from the walls and ceiling, and as I fled I was nearly thrown to the ground by the terrible swaying. Tha heaviest loss of life was along Harbor and King streets where buildings three and four stories high fell like egg shells. In a walk through the streets after the shock Mr. Langley saw nearly 400 unburied dead lying among the debris and he la sure five Americana were killed in the Myrtle Bank hotel. hue-ban- d. Panama, Jan, 21. A maia meeting to Inaugurate ateps for the relief of the Jamaica aufferers was held hers yesterday. Liberal subscriptions wente made. Committees were appointed collect and distribute a relief fund. PICKING UP TUI THE ASHES NUMBER OF VICTIMS OF THE Blfl FOUR DISASTER UNKNOWN. Basket! Filled With the Charred ef Human Beings Sandford. Terre Haute. Ind.. Jn.killed act number of persona destruction of tha Big Four P" train at Sandford probably will M bus be known. The coroners Junr record of ten dead but this la tonumrer complete. The estimated stand at 27 dead. bodies It la believed that eeveralfire were burned to ashes in the eome follow.! the explosion and eert that forty people perfuj; knife, a bunch of keys, buttons scatteres other hits of metal are found hut through the ashea and debris, have signs of flesh or bones found. j 22 the Paris, III., Jsn. 2L-- Of tlma of the Sandford r iv. to SL Joseph hospital, six are seriously Injured and the era are injured about the hesu "" neck. It 1a believed aeveral will the sight of one or both eye. Terre Haute. Ind.. Jan- - iLTbS Wj est information from the cau H dynamite explosion and P Su . train wreck on the BigFourst the ford, ts to the effect that "W J list will total 24. All tat eesrch was continued and bassets of charred human fragments KINGSTON WILL NOT BE REBUILT gathered rd vlcUms Th eon Santiago. Cuba. Jsn. 21. The Cu- since yesterday evenlng. conUlned car ban esaat guard vessel Candida, tlon thst the evetrlwaF which started for Kingston with glycerine Is accepted hy no definite oupply of medicine for the earthquake Sandford. but there la aufferers was forced to return here of thla. because of stormy weather. The supINJUD- plies were transferred to the Steamer ONE KILLED, TWENTY Oteri. which left for Jamaica hat A Cleveland, Ohio. Jan. 21 right. The Oteri, which arrived from - and killedthe 200 of over list Kingston. Saturday, brought "Vgigs The survivors report that wreck on the Lake Shore refugees. not a single bouse In Kingston ' re- last night, shows that m mains serviceable. All will hav killed and twenty Injured.