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Wrought By, Earh!s
Iloo, Dec. 30. In th(j ;6alttbriiti
district, which was only beRlntiltiR to
recover trom the effects of tho earth
quake of lb05. Regglo was tho center
of the earth's upheaval. The -sapor?
f fcegglo Is reported as no longer ex
lstlng and the city proper 13 In ruins
The loss of life on both sides of th
strait and In Eastern Sicily was eno
aiouo. One of the refugees from Heg
glo who was tho first to bring the
nrws of the city's destruction, tried tt
make his way C Sicily In a sailboat,
but was compelled to return and final
)y found safnv at a peninsula port. Ir.
describing 1m- oxnerlonco he said:
The nea vru& strangely, mysterious
ly agitated nud the heavens were
ablaze, Ncaruig Sicily, tie clearlnj
smoke revealud the mystery, Messina
wes In flames. In tho frenzy ot des
pair. I turned my boat to Calabria."
Starling, bleeding from Injuries anil
almost Insane from tholr rerrlfylng e
perloncts, Messina's survivors aro flet
Ing In all directions. The spectacle
presented l tln ruined seaport Is dc
scribed as tei rllying. Tumbling build
dngs tooth killed tnd mutilated, whlh
hundds ul lhr Injured Imprisoned It
the wreckage ero abandoned to thoii
fate by tho Ilcelng populace. One o
thosoSvho eFMped said.
"The earUi, aeonied stiddonly to dro;
and then tiltT.cd violently oh lis axl
Tie ft'hoie pui ulatlon, -tfho j.ractlcal!:
were iireulpllatod from tho house
rent In -tv tin, wore spun or thid 1Ik
tops as the ran through the street
Many fell c-ushed to death nud others
bewildered, took refill, for breath lie
olde Iho to' iiig walls, .whore the?
soon met th- (ate of tuelr companions
Already Ui sh and Ilusslnn squad
rons have ar . id at Messina. Sailor
and marine 'lavo been diseiribarkor
aud they hnvt performed eiurageoti'
acts In resculnt "to Injured and remox
ing the wounded. A large number c
survivors hn been transferred to th
warships, which are transformed Inl
great floating hospitals. It Is Imper-i,
tlve that tho ueait oe romoveu jroi
tho ruins In order to avoid it peatllenep
Steamers with doctors, druggists fire
men and workmen have arrived ai
Alesslna from Ojtanla'aml othur placet
Bpeclal dispatches received Jiero froh
Calabria confirm tho destruction o"
Regglo. Thoy report that tho situation
tuertyU aa bad, If not worse, than ;
Messlba. hs streets In ltotnn nr"
Jammed with people who Bnatch tli
specif fcdltfcns Trom tho itotvaoo
Tne people are plunged In grief an.
lamentations are "hoard on all-map
litre and there one asks nnothei
"WlMjn will bo tho end or this nwf
repetition ot devastation and death '
Tho hands ot all tho nations lint
been oxtended to Italy Ih her nffll
lion. From rulers have e me mnsdagi
of condolence and from the peopl
npontaneous promise of that aid whit
brings the world closer together 1
time of great calamity. Great Ilrltal
The Stomhch Does
Not Cause Dyspepsia
Neither Will It Cure It Because The
Lack of Gastric Juices
Tho stomach Is a strong, powerful
organ, which Is composed of muscles
of great ctrength. It is tilled during
digestion with gastric Juices which,
when the stomach, extending and cam
pressing the food, dissolve it and sepn
rate the nourishment from the waste
matter. Jf. however, theso gastrh
Juices are larking, the stomach Is not
capable ot dlgpstlng Its food becaust
It has not il' tnols with which to worV
Tho gasii-n juices whon In a porfec
state do uway with nil fpul odor, for
mentatt n aud decay, roduce tho food
io a disintegrated mua and tho Htom
ach then presses It Into the intestine
where another form of dlgostlon take
place. Then the Intestines take from
Una mass ot fowl all that is nourish
lngandett1i io the. blo.d. Tho wastt
matter is 'Uro n trom tho system.
If ms'ial ot nourlshmant the In
nb tines Ir impure depositu com
bln I viir a imlBonous ami Imperfect
gat iic j'ncx. it can bo roadlly eeos
iKat tl must Mihi such Impertott
(Vurlshn. ) the blo.d. The blood
ihfn bi ' 14 ii vible to give each part
of th' 01 ! v i which It requires, be
mama uip rliid and dtaearo li
prr id I'HJ.KkOilt.
Stuarts lhtiiela Tablets corructs
siu-h a rmid ion at once. If the gas
trie Jul' n-e laekln and lmperfoot
theso taln.'s do tholr w. rk just th
same. Tin utilld up tht ojements In
tho juk .tah an tncjtlng and ro
movp tljoae miout whroh cause dis
Meal, K'.'.hji, fluIdH, vegotablts and
delicacies, in art oach portion or n
large meal hn. beu placed In a glat
vlal nud Sfinrt's Dyspepsia Tablets
have dlgesud then to a perfect fluid
Just as a hoaHliy stomach would do.
A largo complex, hearty meal holds
lir. tM)nw t.r 4 d)iitlc If Stuart's
lspajila Tablets are ueul Aluion
nuil oatlugr law dlnnurs, rich roods
cause 111 etfoou ti the stomach, but
ivhen Stuart'a Pysp-jpsla Tablets art-1
nieU one may il when nud wlut nnr
111 wltbc.it dinner , ,U8,h.,sI . m
V rtv f liAiiuitt.,1 nil. slnl .,.n ...l..d
.ml miscrlho 'fiiuafK 7rtw,,.ii ViiT
pis and ovor' drucgUt csrrlos thorn in
mock, price iv(j.
't?a., ScrstiBl, Mtb.
Hotfc MamfFe,' the Destr fiction
id xddross and we will snml you i award t an overhead tiolloy frasiclsoji laXAWB imCJIO autnina ihnJ
ic by mull a saKipI-i iB-ogo trw. to the tlnked :. llroads. world wd0 Oold ond Orln remedy ra J
uurtwa. -. a. JiiiiDri :a.. iau niuari ' ii irini which nniin,i with n pun. ......,.. -.i..
Convulsidn in Italy.
Franco nhd Itussla'fihUvfe hctti- tholr
warships quick as tho tlnall, "of tho
telegraph c-tild carry tho orders to
land, assistance to the stricken cities.
Ilellof funds hnvo already won stnrtod
and a hundred ships and trains are on
their way carrying sirppllc and rein
forcements to the south. Home, 'Mi
Inn. Florence, Nniiles and other cltlos
are sending phjslclans, iollce nud fire
The bourses and theatres have neon
closed througtant Italy ami dispatches
of sympathy continue to tuur In from
all qtiartorB of the globe.
At the time of the earthquake 'the
torpedo boat Sapplto was lying in the
hartjor at Mecsltm and one of the of
fleer told of the occurrence ns fol
"At half past five In the morning thi
So suddenly became terflli.y agltut$d
soemtngly literally to pick up our boat
ind shake It. Othor craft near by were
similarly treated and tne shlpB looked
like bits of cork bobbing about .'1 1
loiiinest. Almost In)mcdlatel a tidal
wave of huge prop rtlnns snept across
1 ho trail, striking the coasts and ear
rylng everything boforo It. Scores of
ships were damaged and tho Hun
;nriun mail boat Amlrnssy parted hot
Miohois and wont crushing Into othor
vdssels. Mossina hay was wiped ,ou:
and tho so was soon covered wltl
imssc of wreckage which was car
rleu off In tho nrnis -t the receding
Ulght snllors from lie Sappho were
andod nnd took up tho work of res
me. Officers and uion from Italian
ind British steamers also went ashore
as soon as possible, the Brltlshers'Sav
ing a family of flvo who cro Im
l.rls.nud in n burning house. Mnny
prlsonors from tho jails nimlo their
escape and looted tight nud left. Hun
I rods engiigod In 'the work of nbbiiiK
he bnnkHand business houses. In t li
jplnon of tho officers ot the Snpifin
halt tho paptilAM.lt ot Messina per
ReportB indicate that tho geogrnphj
)t tho straits Of Messina has been eo
.Hanged as to causa apprchonsloti ot
itirlous cnminerclnl atnl strategic dlffl
Millies. It Is belloved that navigation
las beconto oxtroiuoly dangerous, 1n
Aliloh case tho rortlflcntlmiH .11 wtilnl
ho government In recent jeara sponl
targo Kiima. will ho uso.ess. The fnm
ids Ahlrlpool of Charybdls, It Is said,
'ins shifted Ha poaltlon.
Uospcrato calls have been made Iron
'tome to Messina hut these remain uti
answered and fears arc eiitortnlneo'
lint Fo?t Spuria, hear Messina, ha.
joen destroyed, as tho wireless statloi
iistallod thoro l one -f tho nurat jmw
rul In Italy nnd Is evidently ik;I
working. Tho cntaslropiie 1ms excltct
'ho suporstltlons of tho entire popn
Ince who aro running about he couu
try calling upon all the snlnts nnd im
plorlng tho morcy of heavon. Theii
iuporstltlon has been increased by tin
'timor that in the general destruction
f Messina tho statue of Saint Host
The woik of rescuo at Messina, a
wording to tho meager details recelvet.
lore, presented 'narrowing scenes. Hun
Irods of pooplo were pinned tunlei
walls nnd rafters alive, but terribly !i
lured, for thirty hours. One of tin
osouera found In the ruins of a house
flvo children allvo but unable to speak
clinging to the corpse .f their mother
in ercmo cases heroic rescuers me'
leath In tho fnlilng debris. In one
louso twenty persons suspended on tho
'Iflh floor and iihablo to roach t"e
itreet bocaubo tho lower floors had
een torn away, wore rescued by a rop
y a sailer. Six criminals Wore killed
hlle attempting to loot the bank r
jlclly, whore cash amounting to half
v million dollars lay In plain vlow.
Refugees from Rogglo who reached
2atauznro said that thoy could set
luge columns of smoke rising fr 111 the
iilns of Messina. They affirmed that
'togglo, Cannltello and l.azzro were
loHttoyed. A tidal wave demolldW
he mil road li8t,eoii Uuznro and Rok
tlinpd a sinull army of men are work
'ng dotsperatelji to re-estbllh com
imnlcatl n with the latter place, foi
.vlilcJi a trnin with tr,om and tei
trapherv has started.
Messina and t'atnnla. in Sicily, art'
he two largest cities that have suf-
rel In tliU earthquake. Messina has
1 population ot about 100,000, wnlle
"lAtanln has about 140,000 lK-ople
deiwliia Is on Cm west side of the
trait of Menlna near tho narrowest
inrt. Catanln la south of Measlnn on
be east c ast of the Island. Regglo
is the capital of tho province of Reglo
ill Calabria and the population is about
50,000, This chy is on th outshle of
the Htmlt, not far f-om Messina.
Stn Fruuctiou, OaU 'c- ."-rAbra
ham Ruef forme p lltlml Nss of Sun
Francisco, was sonteuced to fourteen
irarslnthps4ateiMMilt.ntli.it at S .n
luentin prison Semeiu-e vns pro
St'lilOlUl' vns pro
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!, , T 1- t.r , .'iii.ri.i Xi
-bit os brihlm, u mainbor of tjioj
vlctlou on Ivcember 10. was one of
:iiiu ng your muno pehpiiu board of sujKU-isor In tlieltsErf.tkJ id ,t,-n,, .,,. . k
Utp tuostaelofornted ffl tU&.hltftor.' M
, the city i
Jinlcinoiit tt-ns tironouficmi at tna
nloso of a Oay ilevofdil itr4i,lbgnl uafcjj
tlo wherein tho ilnfonso s light to in
trodttco mnny reasons for n ndw trlnl
WhPii JuiiKo 1-awlo- linl ilqnipri tlila
anil oti(r motions Involving ilpfny. the
dufeiiUaiit arosu at the court's com
imiftt arul stood unmoved ,througVit
rul stood Jjnmoyml ,t
! wis ijo MnortUtJ
hero wis ao fdjlmoiisli'istloti onj
part of t i(loDedtaiorstUrlnR (ho
cefflllngsriA the1 cuiirlfadrn ' nor 1
'hon Huof. having entered tho prison
vaiHIn the custotrv of ft ijeljilty siiltf,
HtaiHKl on hlElonl' rliloitaj tho oiinty
Jalfl Hofore tjje ijdjbiihmfcnt of dtirt
uojfco of appeal had Ifoen filed rt'ti be
ha(( of the (lcfendAntj ind tho!Wiir.t
had signed m, SvrIC of.Trobnblo 4ait'.
which will net as a stay of execution
In 1lio case.
'In n trial that was prolonged through
a porloil of nearly four months. Ituef
wa pgjjvlcod on Ieconiber 10 of hrlb
Ing John J. lirey, a former supervls
or, to favor tho award ot an overhead
trolley franchise to the 1'nltcd Rail
roads. Tils was ohy of the 114 indict
ments returned agnlnst Knot by the
Oliver grand Jury, which hoard the
confessions of 1G supervisors who ad
mlttcd the acceptance of bribes In sev
eral matters Involving public service
Oiv o( tho nrany indlotments that
tends to make the t'lnl f Ruef re
markablo, was tlir shooting of Assist
ant District Attorney Francis J. Hon
ey, bji 'MorrlB linns, an ox-eonvlci
whjue past record was exposed b;
tho prosecutor after dlans had beei
acojrted as a member of the Jury li
Ritof'g second trlnl. Unas subsequonl
ly Donimllted suicide lit the count
Foloy's Orlno Laxativo cures ebr6n
lcL'onstlpntlon and stimulates th
llvdr. Orlno regulates tho bowels
they will act naturally and you in
not havo to take purgatives! conllnu
ou'sly. C. R. Rontro.
Sonator Clarenco Davts, ot Creek
cdunt, arrived v.-'t'a his fiiinlly jos
ttuMay from llrlstow. Sunator Davlr
wlis 0110 of the able nionibors of the
upper house In tho First assembly.
Representative A. J. Iliitts. of Al
fnlia count Is bore tvom Cherokee.
Hh was elected by three votes In n
illst.-Ict nominally 300 Republican.
iSpoakor V. 11. Murray, or the Firs!
legislative nssemhly, will pass
through tho city today uniouto to
Lansing, Kansas o nttond tho moot
lin; ot the joint Invoatlgntlou commit
tdos ot Oklahoma and Kansas to look
Into tho ohnrgofl of cruelty to convicts
lit tho Lansing ponKuutlnry.
(George Woods, a member of the
pohstltutlonnl convontlon la bore from
Chorokeo. IJi denied tho report that
ho will be a candldnlo for sergeant
alarms of tho lowe,r house In tho com
ing legislature. Ho Is now engaged
In tho tax forret business In th
sduthorn iart of the state.
Flnshlng, N. Y.. Dec. 30. The de
fense ct Thornton J. Halns, indloted
with his brother, Captain Peter C
Halns. Jr- for tho kining of William
E. Annis. called two wltnossoa In the
trial to Bhow certain alleged acts of
.Mrs. Claudia Halns which tho law
yors for tho dofonso claim so affected
Captain Halns that he boenmo men
Samuel Choster Rold. of Chicago, a
frjond of Halns' family, sworo Oaptnln
iiams toid iiim or ail his marital mis
fortune nud tnat the enbtaln evinced
i3b 1 iieing irrational.
llerore the close of the day'a session
tlrtt defense called to the stand a ser
vnt In Captain Hams' household. Min-
nip Rhone, who related certain alleged
Incidents In which Mrs Claudia Halns
and Wllllnm B. Annis figured at the
IlRlns home while Captain Jlalps was
In itho Philippines. These Jneldonfs,
tiK witness aniit, ne told the captain
011 his return.
The witness said that Mrs. Kains
.Mis Intoxicated at the house with Mr
AraiU and that the wife of the oriy
captain turned somersaults and Mr
Annis smacked her. Witness sld she
t (d Pie captain that his wire sluokod
clcar-iies nnd that she wont out auto-
mobile riding with Aiinh and stayed
away ail night.
"What dM tho rniHain do whon you
;oid nun thatr-
The wltnee jumpeil from her soal
aul save an exhibition of haw tho onp-
lain acted, i.-ylng uf "Oh, my fipd.
Old she do llmi ? What "IU boconio of
"When dUl you tell Captain Halm
all iMH"sld Juotlrtt CrnnO stonily.
' The night he iiw li me froiu Um
Pbllipplues," wtlto reply.
Tho Willie salif sho laid Cnptalh
Halus that Mre. lliilns lipd fold her
hf loved ."IlUlyupls for fivfy oirs
and that Jw flU) Jlftt. )Ui(lv vvhut leve
wps ;ien sao niarriel Two woman
runherietlHadJUatJIxs-Jialns oa led'
Anuls "pautt ftml lfs- 'VlftuUy,", ipnj
one one oecSiton Uspttilu llalns' young ,
on ciiiiea Annis "impn
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f0r slguatura G. W. Qrove. 25c.'
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(Southwestern Press )
The military bod.vguard of Pros!
lent iDinz consists of a squadron ot
tho best trained men 1 ntho Mexican
Oil, who sorve as an escort to the
t.ie president on state occasions, nnd
.'n times of public celebrations. In
his prWh'o moments President Dlar
's usunll attended upon the streeU
by a tow sec-et seivloo 111011. The vigil
nice In thl0 respect has been increas
cd since tho recent revolutionary out
break, as It Is not "known what tlmo
. n attempt upon the lite of the presi
dent mn bo made. The lltcrntut
.vhlca the rovolntionn.-y loaders have
clrcnldtoil hrbadcast throughout Me
'co mnkes hlttor nttacks uikiii Presi
dent Diaz and It Is feareJ that this
may Itiflnme tho inlird of some one to
une an atthcK upon him.
Tho presidential guard 1b a compar
atively new branch of ' the rm
ay tho Philadelphia Record, beint
rntr 1 in IU00. The mon coinprlh
lug tho guard nro the pick of the army
11 ! a-e usually selecteil from the cav
ilry or the rur.iles. Thoy must not
bo loss than G foot 7 inches tall ami
jr robust physique. Their ages range
from 25 to 40 years. Each man Is gii
en a thorough modlcal oxamluatlon be
'ere ho Is nccepUd tor ineiulierahln
n tto guard, and must bo of high
moral character and have a clean rec-o-l
of ser.'Ico In tao army. It is nbt
iicefarj that thev Bhoulj hnvo had
1 military education, but their fltnesT
fdr this honorary branch of tho ser
Ice Is based upon tholr practical ex
perience nnd training.
Moat ot lo men composing the
guatd have performed some notahlo
iot ohriivury :4hl many of them have
performed hard service In campaigns
against tho Yanul and Maya Indlnn-..'
Tho rttf-ales aro specially noted for
tholr fearlessness in running down
brJKtuiAK In tho mountains and In pro.
sorvlng order In tho rural districts (if
'ho country. Thoy nro selected ro
ups, urancn or tim army Borvlco by
the chief of skit, of, tho president.
..I,", uniim ui uiu arm) i
the chief or skit of tho
wlth'tlib alilftWBl K tlv su
war, and iiiuat)J9iow howU
r'hi read .ind
tvHto and bo aommlnted with nt trn
rour priinarr oiioratlons In t.Hthnm
tlc. Tho torm vt contract with tho
guard Is two years, but the contract
usually is renewed If the gnnrdsmnn
has proved hlnmoir worthy or a con
tinuation or the honor.
Tho proshlentlni gunrdsmon 'wear a
specially designed uniform which dis
tinguishes thorn trom othor brnnches
of the army, and nil are first se.
geants of the army, the Insignia of
this rank being shown upon tho mil
rorm which Is or a sky blue color.
The guard Is well mounted and equip
ped and tho squadron never rails to
all rorth much rnvornbio comment
when it appears upon tho street as t'na
osjeort or Presidont Diaz on state oc
casions, a first captain of cavalry is
alwnjs tho commander of tho guard
and tho officers under him nro tw
lieutenant of cavalry n sub-llouton
ant, a first sergeant marshal nnd a
picador. In addition to those officers
tho guard thomselvos elect a first sor
gntit, two hecond sergeants, four cor
porals, live guards or tho first-class
nnd three trumpeters.
Members of tho presidential gusri
aro allowed the oxoiclao ot tho great
est porsonal liberty, nnd are not koi'
confined to barracks llko th ordin
Bewara Of Prequent Colds
A sueeossloii of colds or a protract
ed cold Is almost certain to end In
chronic catarrh. Trom which row per
sons over whullj recover, (live ev
Dry cold the nttonu'on It dosorvos ami
i'ou may avoid this dlsagreeablo dis-
oane. how can you euro a cold? Why
not try Chamburlain'e Cough Itoiii
ody? It Ib highly recommended. Mrs
M. White, or Bullor, Tenn.. says:
'Several years ugo I was bothered
with my throat and lungs. Someone
told me or Chamberlain's Cough Rom
nip at onco. Now my throat and lungs
aro sound and well." For sale by a
There U ouo motive behind all lius
hmss dealings, tho malnsjirlns of all
business i-ansactlons. Peoplo ou
and sell with ono fundaniontnl olijoct
tho hoixs of gain, it is a matter M
salMntorost pure and almplo and
doiibtloss will rumuln so to tho end f
tho chapi(i.r. ll.e dlftordnce In mer
ohnnta ilea In thu foot that this sol(
Intorest may bo b'Utal nrJ nnpiluol
pledd with tho result tint It Ib short-slght-d
.ind conslilvrs ouly temponir
gain or that, o.i Uio (ytlii r. 1-vi j, it
in:iy be oontiJls.1 y Ui hlgTit
alms ami ovnru- i y permnlicht
In Ihrt Tldltod ;1thtb oii ft
" cmsptjjti(rn"f-ai.ii JAsMif Mi li-lu-
U't ,wi..iiy uwnultpd In., tho itx!
fiuJnse of d. t.i Veny .' ., vy.
j 10 iot i.now at' It 'ffttild tfe jloJtols
"ier u sarvt iw VvrC-x. bInf l1t,ma
I tllnll hv ihlr mutlinif f uimiit . Iii .n.
nnnllv ut r,. I, ..I .1..1.. , 1. 1 . ....
"".,.' "'." ikn..ur
t P' . ""-4 P "l nd
then at the pn4 01 tho toaso 1 romov-
u.g ira.n oe, j-etullo, Jl modes loft
en hand, ihua provenilng ihe nos.-.oli-Ity
if uniit seuic birtnc 'carrvl n
ror another snrliiir. "1 yreeDjdlnr nri.
linn 1 1 v rim itiTiiniuin iw nv. iiiii... ..... ,
O M. Varry &, qp. Iimo grov.i ti ho
T ? Diii
VQK T0RP6D UVEH.
A torpid IhvrderanRvtt tba whole
eykicni) aim producco
Tiscre Is no lwlti-rrtnii'dvfi)rlhse
Cctnmon iliseiues thuri OK. TbTT'S
LIV.K:l'ILLS,tns a trial will pntve.
Ttsk'e Ntf Syb'stiUite.
tho largest setj-lir 1.30 n the world.
This succflsa Uinsf nfcepBitated nysta
mutic organization and made It pos
sible not only tc specialize but 10 have
tho best iihjslcel equipment in ner
Ic. l.enrn more nbcitit reliable seeds
by wilting to D. M v erry i Co., De
troit, Mich, for their 1909 Seed An
nual whlc his nent free oil request.
GUILTY OF COUNTIUFCITIWG
Passing counterfoil money Is 1)
worso than substituting some un
known worthless lcinedy for -oley's
Honey and Tnr, iho groai coupli nnd
cold remedy that cures the ftiosi ob
expels tho cold from the sjstem. C. U
Tma on tiia rniB
Every Grade of the
Best Deep Shaft
I will be at my oHieo from
7 a. m. to 0 p. m. to give my
personal attention to orders
To eKck fatly -olaa or atlppo with "VrotPtitlci"
ma03 uru ilsltot for I'lmiuconls. To stop u col J
tilth rreiittesIiofriliau voUbllninnii.t Iw
oWliixl to ciim it alunmru To boore, i'ro
MiuUciiivlUcun) aveu a detU' senttd col.l, tut
ultii CMlir-t tlw bna j tac they onvV. or
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