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THE MORNING pREGONrAK, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1900.
REPLY TO, ENGLAND
Hay's Answer to Anglo-German
OBJECTION TO THE THIRD CLAUSE
Japan Approves f the Compact,
BcIlcrlnB: It Aimed at Russia
PnoUbment of Tana.
WASHINGTON, Oct SL-The State Ie
partment today made public the British
German agreement respecting the main
tenance of an "open door" and the terri
torial Integrity of China, with the answer
of the United State Government seat in
duplicate to each of the powers to the
agreement. The answer to Lord Paunce-fote-
"Department of State, Washington, Oc
tober 29. 1900. Excellency: I have the hon
or to acknowledge the receipt of our note
of the 23d of October, encioslns the text
of an agrement between Great Britain
and Germany relating to affairs In China,
which was signed in London on the 16th
Inst, by the Marquis of Salisbury and the
German Ambassador on behalf of their
respective governments, and Inviting the
acceptance by the United States of the
principles recorded In that agreement.
These principles are:
" 1. It Is a matter of Joint and perma
ment International Interest that the ports
on the rivers and littoral of China should,
remain free and open to trade, and to
every other legitimate form of economic
activity for the people of all countries,
without distinction, and the two govern
ments agree on their part to uphold tho
same for all Chinese territory, as far as
they can exercise Influence.
" t Ker Britannlo Majesty's Govern
ment and the Imperial German Govern
ment will not, on their part, make use of
the present complication to obtain for
themselves any territorial advantages in
Chinese dominions, and will direct their
policy toward maintaining undiminished
the territorial condition of the Chlneso
"Tha United States has heretofore made
known its adoption of both these
principles. During the last year this
Government Invited the powers Interested
in China to Join In an expression of views
and purposes in the direction of Impartial
trade with that country, and received
satisfactory assurances to that effect
from all of them. "When the recent trou
bles wera at their height this Govern
ment, on the Sd of July, once more made
an announcement of Its policy regarding
Impartial trade, and the Integrity of the
Chinese Empire, and had the gratifica
tion of learning that all the powers held
similar views. Since that time the most
gratifying harmony has existed among
all the nations concerned as to the end
to be pursued, and there has been little
divergence of opinion as to the details
of the course to be followed.
"It Is, therefore, with muoh satisfaction
that the President directs me to Inform
you of the full sympathy of this Govern
ment with those of Her Britannic Maj
esty and the German Emperor in the prin
ciples set forth In the clauses of the
agreement above cited.
"The third clause of the agreement pro
vides: " 3. In case of another power making
use of the complications In China in or
der to obtain, under any form whatever,
any territorial advantages, the two con
tracting parties reserve to themselves the
right to come to a preliminary under
standing as to the oventual "steps to be
taken for the protection of their own In
terests in China.'
"As fals clause refers to a reciprocal
arrangement between the two high con
tracting powers, the Government of the
United States does not regard Itself as
called upon to express an opinion In re
spect to It.
"I have, etc JOHN HAY."
(A similar note mutatis mutandis was
addressed on the samo day by the Secre
tary of State to the Imperial German
Charge d' Affaires.)
RKTURXIXG TO THEIR POST.
Missionaries Will Be Permitted to
Go Back to Pelcin.
NEW YORK, Oct. 3L Rev. Arthur J.
Brown, one of the secretaries of the Pres
byterian Board of Foreign Missions, today
received a letter from David J. Hill, As
sistant Secretary of State, which covers
various points connected with the present
atatus of tho missionaries In China. The
letter was written In connection with in
formation that Rev. A. M. Cunningham
and his wife, missionaries at Pekln, were
about to return to their post, and re
questing that the United States authori
ties In China be Informed of their pur
pose. If, in th Judgment of the depart
ment, those authorities might Interpose
any objection to their return to the city.
The conditions governing access of for
eigners to the non-treaty towns of the
Interior, Including Pekln, and tholr se
curity there, Mr. Hill writes, "will neces
sarily be considered in the negotiations
for a definite settlement between China,
and the powers. While It would be pre
mature to open access to the Chinese In
terior for our citizens engaged In 'com
mercial or. professional pursuits, there
would seem to be no objection to Mr.
Cunningham's return. Tho United States
forces at Tien Tsln and Pekln would
doubtless afford him all facilities for his
return, not In conflict with regulations
which may have been adopted regarding
the return of foreigners Into the city,
A copy of this correspondence will be
sent to Minister Conger for his informa
tion" POXISHMEKT OP TTJAX.
Conner Wants Htm Beheaded, Bat
the President Objects.
NEW TORK. Oct. 81. The Ministers and
Chinese envoys, says a Herald Washing
ton special, are trying to settle the pun
ishment of the Boxer leaders, and It Is
learned that Mr. Conger Is especially de
sirous to have Prince Tuan executed. It
was stated last night by & high official
that the President will be satisfied should
Prince Tnan be degraded. Germany wont
No steps have yet been taken to esti
mate the lademnlty China should pay the
United States. The War Department Is
preparing to collect information as to- the
cost of the expedition to China. Repre
sentatives of the religious denominations
whose missionaries were killed and in
jured and missions destroyed are con
ferring with Conger and Rockhill, and
private citizens whose property was de
stroyed have submitted claims to the
State Department, but they have all been
notified that such action Is premature.
Japan Agrees to It.
BERLIN. Oct. 3L The formal reply of
Japes, unreservedly acceding to the terms
of the Anglo-German agreement, has been
received at the German Foreign Office.
Emperor William's long conversation
yesterday with the British Ambassador,
Sir Frank Lascelles, dealt with a number
of interesting topics. His Majesty ex
pressed satisfaction at the favorable re
ception given the Anglo-German agree
ment by all the powers, which he called a
"goo prognostication of the speedy solu
tion of the Chinese imbroglio."
Erapren Canalnff More Trouble.
LONDON. Opt. a. "Most aettous "trou
ble." says the Shanghai correspondent of
the DaHy Express, "Is brewing in the
Taagtse region, whither the Empress
Dowager has seatjemlssarjes to raise pow
erful armed bodies to exterminate con
verts and expel foreigners. She has "ap
solaed Yu Chuan. a notoriously anti-for
eign General, to be military Governor of!
the Yangtze,, district." t
- In tbeprovinee jpfwangJTungj accord
ling to the SongNKong'correspoadent ot
the Dally Mail, the, rebellion Is subsld
jlng, owing to thoscarclty of arms and
'ammunition " . f
France Objects to Clause 3.
PARIS, Nov L The Polique Colonial?
makes the following announcement:
"The French Ambassador to Great Brit
ain (Paul Cambon) lias irecelved Instruc
tions to reply to the Anglo-German
agreement that France adheres to the
principle of the integrity of the Chinese
Empire and the Vpen door and that
with regard to article 3 she reserves the
right to act in such a manner as to
safeguard her interests."
Powder Magraxlne Exploded.
SHANGHAI, Oct. 3L The Dally News
reports that a powder magazine at Nan
kin has been exploded by lightning, and
that many persons were killed or injurea
and much property was destroyed.
Occnpid by Ansflo-Germnn Force.
BERLIN, Nov. L A special dispatch
from Pekin says that an Anglo-German
force has occupied Yung Sing Fu, west
of Shan Hai Kwan, on the Tsung Lun Ko
African Troops Ordered to China.
DURBAN, Natal, Oct. 21. The Gordon
Highlanders and the Devonshire Regi
ment have been ordered to be ready to
sail for China In a few days.
Revolution in Spain Was Planned
MADRID, Oct. SI. It Is officially admit
ted that the Carlist band in the vicinity
of Berga numbers 00 men. Troops are
closely pursuing them. Communication
between Berga and Barcelona has been
severed. Another numerous hand is at
Figols. It has 16 horses, and Is divided
Into three groups. The gendarmes
searched the country house of Sertor Tor-
EttPEBJALISai FOR TRUSTS'. O
s Ho has proposed two remedies for v
e trusts; one is an amendment of the e
Constitution of the United States plac-
J lnr the control of them In the Federal
0 Government, the other a law forbidding- v
any business concern manufacturing in
one state from sellinr or transacting
J any .bulnees connected therewith In
another etate without a license from
the authorities in Washington. Shade
of Jefferson! "What doctrines aro these
Q to be jireached in thy name. This U 0
"imperialism" Indeed. This would con-
centrats in the Government at "Wash-
J lngton entire and absolute control over J
0 een buslners Interest In the country, q
for no business above the dignity of
the retail store Is confined within the
? limits of any state. The summary
Judgment ot the officer who must lssus q
or withhold the license would constl-
tute a power for favoritism and op-
J presslon appalling' to contemplate. 0
a Such destruction of state rights, such q
centering of power la the Federal Gov-
eminent, has nTr before been sug- JJ
J gstad. Coming from the Democratic
party. It Is grotesque and absurd. Sec-
retary Root at Canton.
res Baros, brother-in-law of the Duke of
Solferino (who has disappeared), where
they seized several rifles, and also ob
tained possession of documents glvlngthe
names of 128 Oarllst chiefs and 00 Carl'
Papers and stamps bearing the Inscrip
tion. "The Royal Army of Catalonia,"
have been seized. It is said that the rev
olution was timed for the first night In
November. The conspirators in three
groups were to attack simultaneously the
Municipal Council, the civil government
and the Captain-General. The Minister
of War says that the number of Car lists
in Catatonia will not reach the figure an
nounced by the Minister of Interior, who
asserted that there were 900 Carllsts in
the vicinity of Bergau. The Barcelona
police, somewhat belatedly, have discov
ered two depots of arms, rifles and vari
ous kinds of sabers, together with ammu
nition enough to fill six carts. The res
ignation of the Prefect of Barcelona will
probably be accepted.
Wants Ko Coalins Station.
BERLIN, Oct. 3L The Cologne Gazette,
confirming the dispatch of the Associated
Press of October 29, authoritatively de
nies the stories of Germany's contem
plated lease from Venezuela of a coaling
station at the Island of Margaritta, and
"Germany does not covet any acqui
sition in the vicinity of the American
A Border Collision.
VIENNA, Oct 3L Official confirmation
has been received here from Mostar, in
Herzogovine, of tho Teports of a collision
growing out of a boundary dispute be
tween an Austro-Hungary'mllitary patrol
and a force of Montenegrin soldiers. One
Montenegrin was killed and several
Parnell's Estate Sold.
DUBLIN, Oct. 3L Ayondale, the estate
of the late Charles Stewart Parnell, was
sold at auction today by, the land Judges'
court The purchaser was Mr.'Boyland,
a friend of John Howard Parnell, brother
of the famous Irish -statesman.
LONDON, Oct SL Another long cas
ualty list has been received: by the -"War J
Office. Lieutenant Lord Grosvenor was
wounded In the right thigh during the
fighting at Bethlehem.
VISITING FRENCH CRUISERS
La. Slelle and La Souchet in Balti
BALTIMORE Oct ZL The French
cruisers La Slelle and La Souchet the
former the flagship of Admiral Richard,
arrived in port late this afternoon. The
city tug Baltimore steamed alongside,
and tho Mayor's secretary. Will
lam P. Ryan, General Felix Ag
nus, chairman of the reception com
mittee, and Mr. RabUUon, representative
of the French Government at this port
went aboard and were shown to Admiral
Richard's cabin, where General Agnus,
acting as interpreter for Mr. Ryan, con
veyed the respects ot Mayor Hayes. Af
terward Mr. Agnus completed arrange
ments for the part the visitors would
take in entertainment features during
Tomorrow morning Admiral Richard
and the officers of his staff will make
their official call upon Mayor Hayes.
While ashore they will also visit Cardinal
Gibbons, returning to the La Slelle In
time to receive Captain Peter Leary, of
the Fourth Artillery. Commandant of
Fort McHenry and the defenses of Bal
timore, and the representative of the
United States Army. In the evening' Ad
miral Richard and several of his officers
will dine with Theodore Marburg. Friday
Mayor Hayes will return the visit of the
French Admiral. A public reception will
be tendered the visitors from 5 "until 6-30
I otclock at the City Hall, at the.concluslon
of which lunch will be served at tho Mer
chants' Club. Later In the evening the
visitors will attend a theater party. Sat-
turday'evenlng a public banquet will be
neia. it is expeoiea. mar meju-Tsncn ves
sels will remain at this port about six
days. ' ' -jj'
LORD SALISBURY'S CLERK
HOW XOKQON PAPER VIEW IAX3
The'WeWSecre'ia'rar for Korela' Af
fairs "Will Have " Only Nominal
Control "of Ula Department.
TONDOXV Oct. ZL The vMarquIs of
Lansdowne's elevation to the Foreign
Secretaryshfp, according to the arinotince
'ments in the newspapers this morning,
has, figuratively speaking, taken the
country's breath, away. It was as unex
pected as It Js unwelcome. Even the
tstanohest ministerial newspapers open
ly denounce it
The Globe declares the appointment
shows that Lord Salisbury Is completely
out of touch with the feelings and wishes
of the electorate and the Conservative
party while the Liberal Westrajatfer
Gazette, crowing over the. discomfiture of
the Ministerial newspapers, which havb
been so loudly demanding the retirement
of Lord Lansdowne, expresses relief at
the fact that Joseph Chamberlain
was not given the post, sayings
"The tatter's appointment would have
filled thoughtful people with dismay, acd
it Is something to have escaped this seri
Lord Salisbury apparently arranged
matters with the Queen at Balmoral a
week ago. His own' Inclination was to
resign the Premiership and devote" him
self exclusively to the Foreign Office.
He wrote Her Majesty to this effect, but
she declined to Accept the suggestlors.
Lord Salisbury therefore went to Bal
moral to discuss the question, -ftlth tre
result that the Queen, carried her point.
Public anxiety s to some extent re
lieved by the prospect that Salisbury's
experience will still be available to dtr ct
the broad lines of policy of tho prospec
tive Foreign Minister.
London Press Comment.
LONDON. Nov. 1. If the Daily Tele
graph's announcement had been a mere
feeler to ascertain the temper of the pub
lic toward Lord Lansdowne's appoint
ment he would certainly never have be
come Minister of Foreign Affairs; but, al
though the appointment to the Secretary
ship h&B not yet been officially confirmed.
It Is accepted on all sides as a settled
Tho Standard, which says it has learned
that Lord Selbourne, Under-Secretary of
State for the Colonies, and William St.
John Broderick. Under-Secretary of State
for Foreign Affairs, will enter the Cabi
net and that Charles Thompson Ritchie,
president of the Board of Trade, wfll be
given a higher post says:
"The appointment of the Marquis of
Lansdowne as Her Majesty's principal
Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs is
an almost inconceivable blunder. He has
neither the character, qualifications nor
experience for such a position. The only
plausible excuse for the appointment Is
that Lord Salisbury will still control the
Foreign Office, while Lord Lansdowne re
lieves him of his routine duties."
The Dally Mall says: "If Lord Lans
downe is appointed Foreign Secretary and
some other gentleman of agreeable man
ners is made First Lord of the Admiralty,
the (country may lament a great opportu
nity lost forever."
The Dally Chronicle says: "We may
well ask whether tho country would have
voted quite so 'khaki' had it known of
this appointment beforehand."
The Dally News says: "It is presum
ably the explanation of the control In
foreign affairs which would have been
Impossible If Mr. Chamberlain had been
appointed. In fact Lord Salisbury will
still be the Foreign Minister, with Lord
Lansdowne as his clerk."
The Times, to a large extent, takes the
the view of the Liberal organs, namely,
that Lord Salisbury will now find time to
be the real Premier and to exercise
greater control over tho whole Cabinet
Instead of a mere nominal control.
Caused Surprise In Wsuihlnffton.
WASHINGTON. Oct 31. The Depart
ment of State has- not yet been advised
of the reported abdication by Lord Salis
bury of the portfolio of Minister for For
eign Affairs. The news comes as a sur
prise, because within the week the most
positlvo assurance had been received here
of tho Premier's definite conclusion to
retain this portfolio. The Inference Is
that strong medical representations touch
ing his health have Influenced Lord Salis
bury In adopting this course.
OASTELLAJTC SPENT TOO MUCH.
Georare Gould Appointed a Trustee
for His Slater.
PARIS, Oct 8L The civil tribunal has
appointed George J. Gould trustee for the
Countess of Castellane, his sister.
Maitro Bonnet, when applying for the
trusteeship, Informed the President of the
court that the Countess herself recognized
that the expeoditure had been too lavish
and that it was necessary for some one
of experience and authority to manage
her affairs. He went on to say that, al
though the Countess was a consenting
party to the trusteeship, It was desirable
that he should furnish precise details.
The Income of tho Countess, he went on.
was 3,000,000 francs. Since the marriage
15,tXX,000 francs had been expended, and
tho debts amounted now to 23,000,000
francs. Tho Gould family had met In
consultation and unanimously decided to
authorize Mr. Gould to moke the present
The debts, Maitro Bonnet says, were the
following': 3,702,000 francs In connection
with tho Charity Bazar building, and the
hotel in the Rue Malakoff, eta; 6,585,260
francs on mortgages payable from 1900
to 1309; 4,293,155 francs of bills for money
loaned; 9,100,000 francs owing to curio
dealers. Maltre Bonnet went on to say
that the creditors distrained on the Seine
et Olse property, and that the family
had to Intervene to prevent the sale.
With regard to tho fitness of George
Gould to be trustee, Maltre Bonnet point
ed out that his fortune was larger than
that of tho Countess; that authority based
on affection would be great, and that no
one was better qualified, as it was George
Gould who was appointed executor of his
father's will. Another consideration was
that the clearing away of the debts would
take a number ot years, and that there
fore, it would bo wise to economize and
not go to the expense of a paid trustee.
The tribunal took, this view. It appears
that the Countess, 'who was not present
in court today, was questioned by Presi
dent Badouin last Friday.
SUSPICIOUS OF CHAMBERL4IN.
Frenchmen Watching? the British
NEW TORK, Oct SL Joseph Chamber
lain, Secretary of State for the Colonies,
has arrived at Gibraltar, says a London
dispatch to the Journal and Advertiser.
He had a conference with Sir George
White, the Governor, and inspected the
fortifications. H. M. S. Caesar was there
to meet him and convey him to Malta.
His son, also a Lord of the Admiralty, ac
companies him. A Paris dispatch says:
"Suspicion of Secretary Chamberlain
and his Mediterranean trip is Increasing.
Le Figaro calls him the Terror of Peace
ful Government' It says that Mr. Charn
berlaln, with his son and George White,
the defender of Ladysmlth, aro at Malta
to study with tho Governors of the naval
stations in the Mediterranean the exact
condition of the British naval forces ana
to take Into account the comparative
forces of France.' -
Le Matin says: "Ghamberlain'si'Tlalt to
Malta will probably.be extended to Mar
seilles to synchronise? with Krugers ar
rival. He hopes- to call forth, some ugly
Incidents so aa to enablo him to apeak Jll
To be clear-headed, sweet
tempered, and up-headed, one
Ayers Pill every night.
J. C AVZK CoMPAKYi
Prtctkil Chcmktt, Lowell, Man.
Avar's A rue Cure
Ajn't Hsfr Ylfer
Avcr's Cherrr Pectoral
of France, perhaps to make him popular
La Patrle says: The announcement ot
tho arrival of Chamberlain at Malta is
causing uneasiness even In Italy, the al
leged friend of England. Chamberlain
treats this Italian land ot Malta as a
simple crown colony which ought to tx
Anglicized in the 5"y of customs ana
commerce and entirely deprived bt Italian
character. Then the Italians in Malta will
be worse off than the Italians In Tunis."
UJflOJT OF SCOTCH CHURCHES.
Formal Ceremonies Held in Edin-
EDINBURGH, Oct 31. The formal
union of the Free and United Presbyter- J
ran uuuiuun, ucuiucu ujiuu yc&iexuay aw
the Joint meeting here of the Free
Church Assembly and .ne United Presby
terian Synod; was consummated today.
The members marched from the respect
ive halls to Waverly Market and held tho
first meeting of the United Free Church
of Scotland. Large crowds witnessed the
procession. The Rev. Albert Robert
Ralnej', D. D., was chosen moderator of
the United Free Church.
The scerie at Waverly Market was strik
ing, though marred by rain. Some 3000
ministers took pan In the procession, and
dense crowds along the route cheered
them repeatedly. The hall where the
uniting act was signed was draped with
crimson and yellow, and liberally be
decked with flags used by the covenant
ers. The Earl of Aberdeen, Dr. Parker,
the Rev. John Watson (Ian McLaren) and
delegates from Canada, Australia, Ja
maica, Africa, France and elsewhere par
ticipated. The smal'r minority which op
posed the union met In a separate hall
today and constituted themselves a Free
Tnmnlt In Hnnararlsm Cabinet.
BUDAPEST, Oct 31. A stormy debate
Js proceeding in the lower house of tho
Hungarian Parliament on Archduke Fer
dlnand renouncing his claim to thie Hun
garian throne In behalf o'f the issue of
bis morganatic marriage. Emperor- Fran
cis Joseph insisted upon the right of
Countess Cholek to become Queen of
Hungary, and Premier Koloman de Saell
declared that this was Impossible. Im
mediately there rose a tremendous tu
mult with deafening cries of "She shall
be Queen!" When quiet was restored the
Premier expressed the greatest respect
for the wife of Archduke Ferdinand, but
explained that It was Impossible .to alter
the law of succession. This explanation'
he' followed-wlth-aistrong' appealto the1
chamber to pass the bill confirming tho
Buddhist Revival In Japan.
TACOMA. Oct 3L According to Yoko
hama advices, the Buddhists of Japan
are making great efforts to celebrate the
beginning of the new century by active
missionary work. The recent arrival of,
some sacred relics from Siam was made
the occasion of an extraordinary demon
stration of devotion to their faith. The
roads over which the relics were borno
were covered with cloth, which was after
ward sold In small pieces at more than
10 times its value, realising over 62,000 yen.
They propose to collect 1,000,000 yen and
to erect a grand building as a repository
for their treasures. After this has been
done they intend to turn their attention
to" charity and education.
Embargo on Transvaal Gold.
HAMBURG, Oct 31. 'The provincial
court has laid an embargo upon bar gold
to the value of 2,500,000 marks, which ar
rived at Coxhaven today on the Imperial
mail steimer Bundesrath, from De-lagoa
Bay. This step was taken, it Js alleged,
for the purpose ot reimbursing insurance
companies here for gold withheld by the
Transvaal Government during the war.
The Hamburgische Boersen Halle, how
ever, denies a rumor that the gold was
shipped by Mr. Kruger.
The President's Callers.
CANTON O., Oct 31. When Mr. and
Mrs. McKlnley returned from their morn
ing drive the porch was filled with peo
ple waiting to see them. Among the
early arrivals was "John W. Torkes, Re
publican candidate for Governor of Ken
tucky. He had an extended talk with
the President Samuel M. Taylor, of Ur
bana, ex-Secretary of State of Ohio, now
Consul at Glasgow, Scotland, home on
leave of 'absence, also had a conference
with the President
Botha Would Wot Surrender.
LONDON, Oct 31. A belated dispatch,
from Pretoria tells of the failure of Brit
ish negotiations with General Botha for
the surrender of the Boers. Botha re
ceived General Paget'o flag of truce cour
teously and admitted his defeat but said
it was Impossible to treat for surrender
as long as any burghers wished to Con
tinue the war. President Steyn was more
Irreconcilable. He refused to even see
the bearer of a flag of truce.
Tax Riots in Ronmnnlsu
LONDON, Nov. 1. 'There have been
serious tax riots," says tho Vienna -correspondent
oL the Doily Express, "In the
Serat district of Roumaaia. Two locil
officials were killed, and the troops who
were sent to enforce payment were re
sisted by the peasants, who killed eight
For Kramer's Reception.
MARSEILLES, Oct SL The Kruger
reception committee his issued an invi
tation to the population to participate In
the reception to President Kruger, but to
"abstain from hostile actions or words
towards a nation friendly to France."
Botha Will Invade Cape Colony.
PRETORIA, Oct 3L Intelligence has
reached here that Commandant-General
Botha is marching with a strong force" to
Invade Cape Colony near Kenhardt,
where. It is said, the lrreconcilablo Boers
aro ready to Jcdn him.
Return of Canadians.
HJALD7AS; NrS.lCpy. L 2 A. M.-JThe
transport Idaho, "with the home-coming
Canadian- soldiers from South Africa, is
entering the harbor, and the cannon on
the citadel has commenced to roar a wel
SpatnU ??cw Marine Minister.
atXDRID, Oct. Jl General Azcarraga,
the Premier, has accepted' the conditions
ofAdmlral Ramo" in regsrd to the naval
budget and the latter was sworn In to
day as Minister of Marine.
lOliM i ' i
Dr. Copeiand's TTevr Treatment,
that has lifted the darlcaess and
lillffht of tho word "inenrnble" from
hundreds of thousands of these
cases of diseases In the Throat,
Bronchial Tnbea and Lanes, vrorlts
Its onratlve action for two reasons t
(1) It reaches every sore spot, from
the orifice of tho sow to the deepest
part of the langt, to tho innermost
receas of the middle oar.
(3) Instead of Irritating, Inflaming,
Bind feeding the sires of the disease,
it soothes, qnlets, heals and cures.
What Is the treatment that cures these
conditions, once regarded Incurable? By
what process does it restore the diseased
membrane, remove the poison and relieve
the soreness of disease? Let the expe
rience o' persons cured and being cured
How It Cures Catarrh.
Hero is a patient taking treatment for
Catarrh of the Head. He breathes the
soothing medication through his nostrils
and the nasal channels open up, tho
stuffed-up feeling In the head leaves and
he can breathe naturally through the
nose again,- The dull pains across the
front of the head fade away, and the
nasal membrane Is soothed until tho In
flammation and soreness are all gone.
The bad odor of the breath passes away,
and the lost sense of smell returns. The
dropping In the throat Is checked, the
nose does not stop up toward night any
more, the sneezing and snuffing have
ceased, the discharge from the nose
grows less and less and finally stops al
together. The disease has been checked
and eradicated from the system before It
ever reaches the throat. It has not been
driven down Into 'his throat or Into his
lungs or into his ears, as is often, done by
How It Cures Diseases of the
Hero is another patient who had Ca-
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rTo More Oodles Have Been Found
Drnar Company Carried tt Largre
Supply of Explosives.
NEW YORK, Oct. SI. A revision made
tonight of those persons missing and
thought to have perished In the explosion
and fire at Tarrant & Co.'s drug store,
shows 26 unaccounted for. Of this num
ber, four aro not known at the addresses
given by the persons reporting them as
missing. Out of tile whole number, eigftt
are put down by the police as employes
of Tarrant & Co. Not a single body had
up to 10 o'clock tonight been found In
the ruins, though what looked like parts
of bodies have been dug up. It begins
to look as if what remains are In the
mass of debris which still cumbers the
place would be totally unrecognizable,
even should the workmen find them.
For instance, what was supposed to be
parts of bodies taken from, the ruins
last night turned out on examination at
the morgue to bo blackened pieces of
melted gum arable. Again today another
mass was found which the workmen first
thought to be human flesh, but Is now
thought to be melted rubber. The search
ers have found In the ruins of the Home
(Mode Hotel a number of articles, such as
books, a handkerchief, a clgar-holdder,
etc., but whether their owners escaped or
not is unknown.
The authorities aro pushing the Investi
gation into the amount of explosives
stored In 'the building, with a view ot
prosecutions. Along this line. Secretary
Doherty, of the fire department, said to
day: "The combustibles carried by Tarrant
& Ob. were largely In excess of what
were allowed them under tho permit
granted by the fire department, and in
consequence- of this fact they have vio
lated the law- By violating the termd
of the permit they have committed a mis
demeanor which not only vitiates their
Insurance policies out renders them crim
inally liable and responsible for tho dam
age to life and property as a result or
the explosion. The firo Insurance com
panies cannot be held lor the damage."
Protracted litigation between- insurance
companies may ensue relative to the ex
plosions in the ruined buildings. Plate
glass Insurance compalles deny their lia
bility for the many insured windows
which were shattered throughout the
wreoked area in the down-town business
section, and their officials have refused
large claims. They bav referred patrons
who suffered loss to the fire insurance
Companies. Tho latter have detfllne'd
either to pay or take the matter under
consideration. Plate-glass insurance com
panies say they are protected under
clause 4 in the standard policy, which
provides that "this company is not liable
to make good any loss or damage which
may happen by or in consequence of any
fire (whether on tho premises or not)."
Many prominent firo underwriters hold
that damage to buildings caused by ex
plosives or to buildings detached or re
mote from a building where a fire and
explosion occurs is not covered by a fire
Insurance policy. Tho New York stand
ard policy reads:
'This company shall not to liable for a
loss caused by explosion of any kind
unless fire ensues, and in that event for
the damage by fire only."
NEW YORK, Oct 3L Leonard Watson,
counsel for and assistant manger of the
Wall Street Press; John Evans, president
of the paper, and Ferdinand G. Gard
ner, an employe, were defendants in the
Police Court today on the charge of
blackmail. The complainant Is C. W.
Morgan, a banker and broker. Morgan
says that Gardner came to him severer
days ago with a proof of an article which
he threatened to publish In the WaU
Street Press if he (Morgan) did not pay
$1600. Mr. Morgan says he denounced the
article as libelous and finally ordered
Gardner out of his office. The following
day Morgan asserts, Watson and Evans
called and repeated the demand. He tfien.
asreed to pay them 51500, and ho asserts
tarrh In the Head. He caught cold after
cold, and the disease spread down Into
his throat He breathes and drinks in the
disease-banishing medication. It "bathes
the membranes of his bead, and throat
The soreness of the head and throat be
comes less, and the desire to hawk and
spit Is disappearing, the sense of taste, is
returning, and the. voice again becomes
soft and melodious. There Is so mora
gagging and vomiting: in the morning. No
longer does every exposure to the weather
result in a stuffed-up throat that becomes
sore and inflamed, and no longer does he
find his throat and tongu dry as chips
when he ,wakes from refreshing sleep.
How It Cures Deafness,
Here is another patient who for years
had been a sufferer. Every fresh cold
seemed to stay longe- than former colds,
and he noticed that his ears got stopped
up and his hearing became duller and
duller, and there were ringing and buz
zing noises In his ears. The Catarrh had
passed upward and backward from the
throat along the Eustachian tubes leading
from the throat into the ear. Ho bad
visited Throat doctors and Ear doctors
and Catarrh doctors, without relief. In
this condition we And him inhaling the
neverwfalllng medication, and soon he no
tices a change. The noises In the ears
stop, there is no more discharge, the
hearing gets better-and finally the tubes
of the ears open up and something seems
to give way In the head. His hearing has
completely returned. No wonder he con,
siders the result a marvel.
How It Cures Bronchial Disease
Here Is another patient who was always
sensitive to the weather. He .contracted
Catarrh of the Head, and It passed to the
Throat, then down the Windpipe and into
the Bronchial Tubes. He coughed at
night so that he could not sleep: there
was pain behind the breastbone and under
his shoulder-blades. When he coughed ho
brought up a frothy, grayish material,
streaked with blood. He lost appetite and
one deprived of the benefits of the Copeland Treatment becanse of living
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$500 bill on account. The accused were
held In $2000 bail each for examination
THE DAYS RACE8,
Aaces at Lalteslde.
CHICAGO, Oct 31. The Lakeside fea
ture today was the meeting of Robert
Waddell, Benckhart and Albrown. Re
sults: Five and a half furlongs Dlyonne won.
Pirates Queen second, Ida V. third;
time, 1:13 3-5.
Seven furlongs Pirate J. won, Jim
Gore II second, Scarlet Lilly third; time,
One mile Oxnard won, Sam Lazarus,
Esq., second, Dick Furber third; timo
Fivo and a half furlongs Robert Wad
dell won, Benckhart second, Albrown
third; time, 1:13 3-5.
One and one-sixteenth miles Strangest
won, Chauncey Fisher second. Myth
third; time, 1:54 4-5.
One mile False Lead won, Macatosa
second, Brown Vail third; time, 1:48.
Races at St. Loots.
ST. LOOTS, Oct 3L Results:
Selling, six furlongs Tom Kingsley
won, Maggie Davis second, Dana Fbnso
third; time. 1:19.
Six furlongs Bummer won, Frank Beli
second. Gold Or third; timo 1:17.
Five and a half furlongs, purse Or
leans won. Echo Dale second, Glenbow
third; time, l:Ufc.
Selling, soven furlongs Water Crest
won, Percy R. second, Easter Card third;
Selling, one mile Graless won, Gaston
second, Nandora third; time, 1:48.
One mile and 70 yards, purse Felix
Bard won, Domslo second, Alice Turner
third; timo 1:53.
Races at Yonkers.
NEW YORK, Oct 31. Tho wsather was
cold and track slow at' Empire City track
Selling, 'about six favlongs EBfln Oonlg
won. Federalist Bocond, Monmouth Boy
third; time, 1:11.
Belling, 1 1-16 miles Belle at Orleans
won. The Chamberlain socond, Borough
third; time, 1:49.
About six furlongs Glen Nellie won,
Relna second, Katherlna third; time,
Yonkera handicap, 1 1-It miles James
won. King Bramble second, Duoro third;
Fivo and a half furlongs Chuokanun
da won. Lady of tho Valley second, Sweet
Tooth third; time, 1:09.
Mile and 70 yards St Finnan won, Dan
Cupid second, McLeod ot Dare third;
Races at Latonin,
CINCINNATI, C Oct 31. Tho talent
suffered a severe defeat today by the
downfall of five favorites at Latonla. Re
sults: Six furlongs The Geeser won. Poor
lands second. Rice third; time 1:15.
Five and a half furlongs Port "Wine
won, Clorita second, Our Lady third;
One mile, selling Branch won. Eber
hart second, Winter third; time, 1:41.
One and a quarter miles, palling Bar
illa won. Zazel second. Louisville third:
time. 2:03. I
Five furlongs Jim Winn won, Ed
Adack second, "Worrented third; time,
Six furlongs, selling Elsie Barbes won.
Earl Fonso second, Dr. Black third;
Cup Defender Syndicate.
NEW YORK, Oct. 31. The syndicate
which is to build the boat which will
probably protect the America's cup
against tho Shamrock n. Is composed of
six representative yachtsmen, according
to the Herald. They are; Vlce-Commo-doro
August Belmont, ot the New York
Yacht Club: Cornelius Vanderbllt, Rear
Commander C ItFj Robinson, Commo
dore Edward Brown. W. K. Vanderbllt,
Jr., and Commodore Lewis C. Ledyard.
Ferrell Attempt Suicide. a
MARYSVBJLE, O., Oct. 3t Rosslyn H.
Ferrell, who was last night found guilty
of murder in the first degree, without
recommendation to mercy, attempted to
strength. Hetried cough syrups and dif
ferent medicines to no avail. He now
breathes 'In with: full "Inspiration the re
storing and soothing medicine. The sore
spots along the Bronchial Tubes heal, the
cough ceases, the pain leaves. The appe
tite and strength return. Ho Is again
a well and happy man.
How It Cures Diseases of the
Hero Is another pitiful case. H,e bad
all the history of cods and. catarrh ex
tending downward from, the nose to- the
throat to glottis, to windpipe,,, to tho
bronchial tubes,, and thea into .the small
tubes of the lungs. His cough always
troubled him. Ha raised largo quantities
of vile-looking material, ho had. fever
every afternoon and could not sleep at
night He had no appetite, and his
strength and ambition failed. He had
night sweats avery once in a while, and
feared that his end was near.
See him after a course ot treatment
A n,ew man. The healing and soothing
medication has time after timo sought
out every nook of the disease, even o
the extreme depth of tho lung ?olls, and
bathed and cooled and healed the mem
brane. There aro no more of the foul
discharges, no more cough, no mors fe
ver, no more pain, no more night sweats.
The appetite returns, and with It com s
back strength and ambition. The checks
fill out and regain their color Tho ste
becomes buoyant. He has been savel
from lingering but absolutely sure death.
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commit suicide In the after part of tho
night by smothering himself to death.
He wrapped the bedclothing tightly about
bis head and turned on his face. When
his purpose was discovered the guards
pulled the clothes off, while Ferret!
fought to prevent their removal.
Judge .Mslhom has adjourned court un.
til Friday, when he will hear arguments
on a motion for a new trial. News of
the verdict was" not broken to the pris
oner's mother until this morning. She
collapsed, and a physician had to be sum
moned. Miss Cbstlow, to whom Ferrell
was engaged to be married ot the timo
ho murdered Express Messenger Lane,
Board of Bishops.
TRENTON, N, J., Oct ZL The Board
of Bishops of the Methodist Episcopal
Church of America began its semi-annual
session In the First Methodist Epis
copal Church here today. There .were
18 bishops present Among the matters
that will come up for settlement 13 tho
naming of bishops to preside at the dif
ferent conferences between January 1
and June 1 next year.
mucous patches ta
the mouth, erup
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sore throat, -copper
swollen glands, aching mus'cies
and bones, thedisease is making
rapid headway, and far worse
symptoms will follow unless the blood is
promptly and effectually cleansed ot this
violent destructive poison.
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Mf CWflflM COTM I contracted Blood
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