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EVENING BUM-BTm, HOWOLVU). H. T., TUESDAY, JUNE 10. 1902.
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Somo very pretty goods being
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We always tako a great deal ot pleas
ure In showing our handsomo Importa
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All this season's moBt deslrablo
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Width 28 .Inches.
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fourteen non-immune Individuals sub-1
jected to the bites of Infected moiqul'
tots auring tho wiiolo lest, ten con-
r.ntn.t cnllnm tnt'nf I ti ft nftflrilr nlwnVil '
ItUVlVIt JVIlun Itiii) liiu HH.iv i(iTua
following tho bites within the period
of Incuhatlon of the disease.
Of tno flvo Individuals who received
direct Injections of blood from yellow
fier patients, lour contracted tho dls.
On the other hand, seven non-lnv
1 i.no Americans who siopi every nigm i
In the "Infected clothing building.
poorly ventilated, and to which no sun
lUlit ever came, engaged In the morn
lug in packing boxes with garments
much soiled by contact with the bodies
end excreta of yellow fever patients,
fiid at night unpacking these same
bi xes In order to obtain articles for
their beds and clothing for their bod
it s. Sleenlnc In tho very beds and
ferments just vacated by yellow fever
c. fes, theso seven men camo out of
t ils pest-houso nt the end of tho cx
pertinent perfectly well, not one ol
tliem having contracted the disease.
The "Infected mosquito building,''
divided into two compartments by n
vvir- screen pnrtltion, was next used
.11 follows: Fifteen mosquitoes wero
iTed on one side of tho partition and
" non lmmuno man, Moran, was placed
In Urn room. On the other side of the
I i Mtlon were two other nnn-hnmunes.
Moran was bitten freely by the mos
qultoes nnd soon developed n sharp at
tack of yellow fever, while tho two
noii-limmincH on tho other side of tho
srtecn remained perfectly well.
The next experiment was on ono of
the non-lmmuncs who had occupied
the "infected clothing building" for
twenty-one nights, nnd had then been
Kept In strict quarantine thirty days
lfticer. Hn visited the monnulto room.
was freely bitten, and In- three days '
ctid twenty-three and a half hours de
veloped a well marked case ot yeltow
These experiments appear to lcavo
no possible doubt regarding tho ability
nt the mosquito to causa yellow fever,
nnd also point strongly to the absence
it any Infection duo (o simple contact
vlth yellow fever patients or their ex
creta or clothing. If this be true, tho
clr.borato system of quarantine now In
vi gue against the dlseaso and tho se
vere disinfection practiced with yellow
fiivcr patients and their belongings are
Dr. A. H. Ooty, health officer of the
rirt ot New York, soys:
1 1 "Tticso experiments navo not con.
cluslvcly shown that there may not bo
t.ut::ttmttt:ut::u:u:uu:t:ttt:t:tu:m:mu.':tmnm:un::mu:::ttmt::::tut::.v I some other means than tho mosquito
In a very tine artlclo on tho neccnt volunteered for tho service. Ho was 'V wlc" yellow rover Is transmitted.
dvnnces In Medicine In tho new Isstm b'tten freely by tho mosquitoes, nnd l-ut when tho experiments nro consld
of Appleton's Annual Cyclopaedia in a short tlmo he not only devolopcd crcu connection wuu mo results oi
llPOll. n comprelicnslvo review Is glv. In the heart of London tho clinical lour practical exper ence, u is cionriy
n of tho part played by tho mosquito symptoms ot malaria, but his blood ''' 1M lU8 uiscaso is not con-
In tho propagation of malarial nnd yel-1 wus round to be swarming with typical ;-" " i"-""1 , 7l"w , "
low fever germs. After n description ' parasucs. thtough tho medium of clothing, bed-
ol tho various experiments that sue- Along somewhat similar llnoB exper- J Iiik. cargoes of vessels, etc. Thero
cceueil in rastenmg suspicious on tno In.cuts have been conducted mat com-1 "" ; - "v u'" .""
pestiferous Insect, nn account Is given plcte tho case against tho mosquito I chauglns our 'quarantlno regulations to
or somo Interesting tests nindo for tuo vlth regard to yellow fever. Homo ,' ,NI"IUI " lm iw. . .". j-"
purpose of completing tho chain of ovl- bravo volunteers from tho United il p--v""K i j" urn. tuaouuuuiu,
denco against them. States Army gave themselves freely , particularly ns we now navo at Hand n
Somo Infected mosquitoes wore al- for tho experiments, which wero made i ncinou wnicn, ii properi arm scion-
lnwed to bite a man In Home, and ho under the direction of tho Yellow IV uealiy carried out, can oo aepenueci
soon developed tho malaria parasite In ver Commission In Cuba. Camp La
bis blood. Tho skeptics, however, in- 7enr, whero tho commission's expert
elutcd that ho might have been Infect- nients were cnrrled on, wob about a
ct! In somo other way or had a latent i.iilo from Quemados, Cuba. Three
infection In his blood all the time. Dt. sets of tests wero carried out. First,
Manson, therefore, wishing to make the attempt wdb mado to Infect nun-
fhf, nrnnf Rtrlklni nml ttnaltlvn. ilnvlit. tfiimnnn Inillvlilitnlf. liv pviinttnrn tn In.
cd two crucial tests, which were car- t'mato contact with infected clothing offering full protection to tho public
rlcd out In tho summer ot 1900. and nnd ucddlng by what are technically 1 1 "t n extending to commerce a re
the results liavo lert tho fair-minded l.nown ob fomltcB; second. Uy tho dl-!'lrf from unnecessary nnd unreason-
clinntle ilpfpnsplpnn. I r.rt Ininrtlnn nf lilnnil frnm rnsea nflOlilo regulations.'
Tho first of these conslston of send- ellow fever; nnd third, by tho bltoi trom tho purely scientific ns well ob
Ins two physicians, I)rs. Snmbon nnd of mosquitoes thnt had been pastured !rom tne utilitarian point of vlow, few
Low. tn live In a verv malarial district i n vnllnw fnver flum-reni. Tim ennln- achievements In modern medicine have
on tho Iloman Campagna (Ostla) dur- ment of the camp Included two frame foualed In valuo tho results of thesa
Ing tho most malarious season of tho Lulldlngs, one of which, knovn as tha xreriinciun.
ear, their only protection from tho "Inlectcd motqujlo building, was ill
disease being mosquito netting. No Idcd near tho mtddlo by a permanent
quinine or other prophylactic was talc-wire screen partition, and had a good
en, and they wero directed to sleep ventilation. Tho other, known ns the
vlth tho windows nnd doors open, so, "infected clothing building," was pur
as to give any bad night air thero poccly so constructed ns to cxcludo
n Ight be n "chanco at them." This anything like efficient ventilation.
they did, living In a houso whoso only Hoth houses wero provided wllh wire
SIONS OF SPHIHO FLAT HUNTING.
SENATOR HAWLEY. MOST ACTIVE CHAMPION OF GENERAL
That Lieutenant General Miles is not without powerful nnd liifluoiitl.i!
friends Is rliown by the fuct that Ucueriil Ilnwley, chairman of the cum
nilttee on Military nlTalrs, bus Introduced In the senate a bill evidently
Intended t. strengthen the position of the commanding geuerul. Tills Ik
in direct opposition to the plan of Secretary Itoot
MOSQUITOES AS PLAGUE DISTRIBUTORS
upon to limit tho extension of yellow
fever. It the future shows that thero
nro other means of infection, It will
then be tlmo enough to add whatever
ltstilctlons are necessary to tho pub
Ik health. I am convinced In follow.
ng this action that we nro not only
SIONS OF SPUING FLAT HUNTING.
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WORD3 ON WOMEN.
A plain woman takes pride In her
friends, a beautiful woman in her ene
A woman will often say no, when sbo
peculiarity lay in its being mosquito-(screen doors, so that mosqultoso could means yes: but never yes, when she
proof. Hero they stayed all summer, Le kept without or within tho build- means no.
end whllo tho whoio surrounding popu- h gs. Tho normal woman Is capable of ono
laiion oi natives wtis uown wun ma-i i no nrsi mosquno inrccuon was on- Jove and fifty affairs.
iaria nciincr oi me unaccnmaieu ex- laincu on uccemocr Bin. une oi ino i a mmn'. ..imriiv meiimn. i,li
rerlmenters oyer showed a trace of It. (.luntcerB, Kissinger by name, had f ,, ,, tnon romalna
This proved that unaccllmated pcoplo.lcen liltten by flvo mosquitoes which ... '
could live In pcrrect health In on ox- hod previously been allowed to blto a , . . , , ,, , .
trcmely mnlarlous region, whero oven I yellow fover patient. On tho dato men- . A ounK .s,lrl 's me nearest approacn
the acclimated natives are serious suf- tinned ho camo down wflii a mnrkid to an nnK?' ,lmt w0 nve-and the most
fcrers, by simply avoiding mosquito
For tho second experiments some
ense of vollow fever. Hn had been un- exasperating.
dcr a strict nuarantlno for fifteen days. U has never yet been decided wheth
so thnt tho possibility of any other er a woman Is happier when happy or
rui 11IU CVCUIIll U1IUIIII1VIII duiiiu . mi llilll lllll iiusbiiiiii.; Ul Ulljr uilll'I n u nuiitail ..,
laboratory mosquitoes wero rearod canso of Infection was removed. VTHh. when miserable.
from eggs In Rome, pastured on a ma-
Inrial sufferer, and sent allvo to Lou.
don. tlere they wero permitted to blto
in tho period of ono week from Do-
comber 9th to December 15th four ol
tho volunteers who had allowed them.
n healthy man whoso blood had boen s Ives to bo bitten by the Infected
examined and shown to bo free from mosquitoes developed well marked
thojiialatla germ. Dr. Manson's son 'rates ot yellow fover. And ot tho
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