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THE WHITE WHITEPhysicians WHITEPlAGUE YVHITEPLAGUE
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Physicians Much Interested in inDiscovery inDiscovery m mDiscovery
Discovery at New York YorkPostGraduate YorkPostGraduate YorkPostGraduate
PostGraduate PostGraduateSchool PostGraduateSchool PostGraduateSchool
School SchoolBy
By Associated Press PressYork PressNew PresaNow
New York Aug 26sFhrslcians 25 2iiIhysi Physicians ians of ofthis ofthis oftWs
this city eft are much interested Int rested in a cireelar cir circular circaiar ¬
cular Issued yesterday osterda by b the New NewYork NewYork e eYork
York PostGraduate hospital announc announcing announc announcing ¬
ing t the e discovery dl > covcr of a new cure for forconsumption forcoasumptlon forooastsaptlon
consumption consumptionThis
This T ls new remedy remed is the juice of ofnew ofREW ofnew
new table vegetables TegetabJespotatoes potatoes beets beetscarrots beetscarrots beetscarrots
carrots onions celery and the like likeprocured llkeprocare likeprocured
procured < < by b grinding and squeezing squeezinga
a doee being two ounces after meals mealsThe mealsThe mealsThe
The statement is made that eleven elevenpatients elevenpatients elevenpatients
patients with well 6 Developed pulmon pulmonary ¬
ar ary tuberculosis have been absolutely absolutelycured absolutelycured I Icured
cured and are now good subjects for forlife fOTUfe forfife
life insurance risks Fifty Flft other pa patients patients patients ¬
tients are still under treatment and andsaid andsaid andsaid
said to be progressing satisfactorily satisfactorilyExperiments sntisfactorilExperiments satisfactorilyl
l Experiments along these lines have havebeen haveb havebeen
b been en going on at the hospital for ser sereral several se seeral ¬
eral years ears and occasional brief ac accounts actoeats acCMIats ¬
< counts have been published of proofsf proofs
0 of f cares alleged to have been performed per performed perf ¬
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beea R that to cure consumption beyond beyondthe
the lasiiHeat stage an unknownsomething unknown unknownsomething unknownS
S something must be found in the dietNo dietNow diet dietNow
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tb the experiments expeam nts and they speak in inmost inl inlmeet
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8Coo accomplished lpUsked aid what will doubtlessfollow doubtless doubtlessfollow doubtlessI
I follow as the work proceeds proceedsIa
Ia addition to applying the raw ra w veg vegetable vegeta veg ¬
I eta etable le juice as a cure for the most mostobstinate moste mostobetiaate
e obstinate case of consumption the
hospital circular announces that it is isbelieved isteHt isbelieved
believed teHt > ved moreover JROle er that this may lead leadtp leadtr
tp a Hreaag by b which kick everybody may maybe ma mabE maybe
be rendered rea immune from the deadly deadlytMhercie deadhhtl deadlytwbeirle
tMhercie htl ercle bacilli just j st as vaccination vaccinationsafeguards vaccinatiortls vaccinationsafeguards
safeguards rtls from smallpox smallpoxIt
It is stated that the experiments experimentswere
were begun It OB a small scale with withonly withORI withoily
only ORI a few fe vegetables etablei ground by hand handlater handIeter handInter
later machinery achiDer was introduced and andnearly andnfariy annJMan
nearly JMan every e > ery vegetable used as food foodemployed foole foodeeipioyed
employed employedSPENT e aployedSPENT
SPENT LIFETIME LIFETIMEBEHIND lifETIMEBEHIND
BEHIND BARS BARSBy
By Associated Press PressChicago PressCldcag PressChicago
Chicago < t Aug 25 25Atter After three weeks weeksof
of c freedom Frank Punsham swindler swindleaad swindleraM
sad general thief who for thirty four fouryears foueartl fouryears
years eartl has been outside prison for notime no notime notitRe
time exceeding e > three months faces facesa
a peakeBtmry sentence again With Withthe Witht1le Withthe
the charges and identification of six sixwomen sixWOlBeR sixwomen
women who ko declare they have been beenvictimized beenictimlz8CI beenvictimized
victimized by him since his release releasefrom releasefrohl releasefrogn
from the te Joliet penitentiary on August AuguStcoRtronting Augustconfronting
2 confronting him the theman man whoserecord whose whoserecord I II
record Is criminal circles is unique uniquecomplacently uniqueoowplaceatly I IooplaceBtI
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complacently views his return to toprison toI toprison
I prison pr Sotl and expresses e > little regret regretThe re regretThe t I IThe
The criminal efforts of Punshon arc arcsaid aresaid I Isaki
said to have starto within twenty twentyfour twentYieMIr twentyfoer
four eMIr hours of his completion of a a fouryears four foUrlean fouryears
years ean sentence in Joliet Pot two twoweeks twoweeks twoweeks
weeks the Chicago police had sought soughta
a man known as Frank Hope who in inserted in8rted inserted ¬
serted advertisements in newspapers newspapersseeking newspapersseekiBg newspapersseeking
seeking the services of house keepers keepersa keepersalMl
a alMl d asses Meetings with applicant applicantwere swere g gI
were ere arranged in the lobbies J bbies of down downtown downtown downtown ¬
I town hotels and always resulted In the theairiag theiriag thehirlag
airiag of the applicants and transfer transferof
of e C small amounts amo nts of money mone on some somepretext someI somepretext
pretext to the advertiser who rep reprepeated repreeeatec represented
repeated himself as a clergyman clergymanBIG
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BIG SHARK WAS CAUGHTI CAUGHT CAUGHTOFF
I OFF BAYLEN STREET WHARF WHARFA
t A big b sharp measuring probably probablyn
n I nice ae e feet ia length was caught late lateyesterday lateyesterday
yesterday afternoon off Bylen street streetwharf streetwharf streetwharf
wharf by b Jas OBrien Jr JrThe JrThe Jrfie
1 The shark was one of the largest largestoaught larg largestaught st stOInaJilt
aught oft 01 t that at wharf this season an anl anlit 1 1it iit
it required considerable work to land landit
J it on th dock
IA A Florida FIoij da Private Among AmongThe
I The Leaders at Seagirt Sea girt
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ooatiKued firing until all of the 657 657competitors 6571 6571oompetto 657s
competitors s ia the individual match matchwas matchI matcht matchwas I
was t completed COII1p1 ed firing at the first four foursiagee fourstages I Iaa I ISt
stages St of th the event ee > at at 3 two three fiveasd five fiveand
and aa six si hundred yards At t this stage stagethe staget stagethe
the t e leading competitors stood Gap Gaptain Captaia
Cap tain Oorwin of Nev New York Seventyfrsst Seventy Seventyfret
fret regiment 1SS IS Captain McAlphin1S McAlphin
1S 1st Lieut Austin of Georgia 179i 179 ITSitPrivate
itPrivate i Private Lynn of Florida 176 176S
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M WittcGreat Witte Great I should say so See the press notices they gave me
French Clerk Absconds Absconds on Private Yacht YachtWith YachtWith YachtWith
With 200000 200 OOO Belonging Belo ging to Paris Bank
By Associated Press PressNevr PressNew PressNew
New York Aug 26Paris 26 Paris is agog agogwith ngogwith agogwith
with a a sensation such as it has not notenjoyed notenjoyed notenjoyed
enjoyed since the Humbert case says saysa
a Herald correspondent correspondentUntil
Until the end of July Jean Gallay Gallaywas
was a punctual employee emplo ee of a great greatParis greatParis greatParis
Paris bank earning the monthly sal salary salar salary ¬
ary ar of 60 out of which he maintained maintaineda I
a wife and two children At present presenthe
he is said to be a fugitive aboard a achartered achartered achartered
chartered steam yacht wnich left Las LasPalmas LasPalmas LasPalmas
Palmas August 9 for Beunos AyresDiscoveries Ayres AyresDiscoveries A res resDiscoveries
Discoveries of clerical manipulations manipulationsto
to bank books indicates an alleged
IINDICTED INDICTED ti tiCOTTON FOR FORCOTTON fORCOTTON
COTTON GRAFT GRAFTBy
By Associated Press PressWashington Pr PressWashington = ss ssWashington
Washington Aug 25 2 25Dlstrict District At Atotrney Atotrney Atotrney
otrney Beach who returned tonight tonightfrom tonightI tonightfrom
from New York announce the indict indictment indictment indictment ¬
I ment by the grand jury jur of Ivdwin S SHolmes SI SHolmes
I Holmes Jr until recently associate associatestatistician aSl associatestatistician > ociate ociatestatistician
statistician of the Department oi Ag Agriculture Agriculture Agriculture ¬
I Idepartment
riculture who was dismissed from the thedepartment thedepartment
department as an outcome of the investigation in investigation investigation ¬
vestigation in the cotton report leak leakage leaKage leakage ¬
age Beach was instrumental in causing caus causing causI ¬
ing the arrests of Frederick A Peck Peckham pecki Peckham
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i ham at Saratoga and the surrender surrenderof
of Moses Haas at New York who are areunder areI areunder
I under the same charge chargeUSELESS chargeUSELESS chargeUsELEss
USELESS TO TRY TRYFOR TRYfOR TRYUOR
FOR AMERICAS CUP CUPBy
I By Associated Press PressLondon PressLondon PressLondon
London Aug 25 25Sir Sir Thomas Lip Lipton Lipton Lipton
ton in an interview today said 1 Iam 1Hm 1m
am m quite as desirous as ever to go gowith gowitn gowith f
with a fresb challenger for the Amen Americas Amencas Amerlcas ¬ I
cas cup but it would be b a futile el elfort clfort effort
fort unde the measurement meism mEnt rules ot othe otthe ofthe
the New York Yacht Club ClubLake ClubLake ClubLake
j jI jVicksburg
Lake Providence Infected InfectedVicksburg InfectedVicksburg I
Vicksburg Miss Aug 25 25The The en entire entire entire ¬
tire business district of Lake Provi Prowldente Providence Providence ¬
dence La has been declared infected infectedwith infeCtedwith infectedwith
with yellow feverTwo positive case casesand caseand caseand
and five suspicious cases developed developedmaking develoljmaking 1 1making
making eleven in all A call has been beensent beeusent beensent
sent out for nurses
shortage of 200000 Word was recelved re received receicd ¬
ceived yesterday esterda by the police that the theyacht theyacht theyacht
yacht had arrived at Bahia Brazil Braziland Brazfland BrazilaDd
and the party aboard was under ar arrest arrest arrest ¬
rest A man supposed to be Gallay Gallayueclared Galla Gallaueclaretl Gallayneclared
ueclared to the Bahia police that he hewas hewas hewas
was was a Belgian M Hamard chief Jfj Jfjthe > t tthe fthe
the Paris detective service immediate immediately I Ih
ly h wired to the nearest French secret secretservice secrt secretservice > t I Iservice
service man to proceed to thattown that thattown i itown
town and take possession ot otthe t tthe
the prisoner as soon as the extra extradition extradition extraditlon ¬
dition preliminaries are accomplished accomplishedFor
For some months prior to his an annual annual annual ¬ I
nual vacation which began August 8Gallay 8 8Gallay 81 81GalIay
Gallay according to police had been beenon beenon i ion
on the best of terms with a well i
BASEBALL BASEBALLAugust
August 25 25By 2 213Y 25Bv 5
By Associated Press PressSouthern PressSouthern PressSouthern
Southern League LeagueMemphis Leaguellemphis LeagueMemphis
Memphis 1 Little Rock 0 0At OAt 0At
At Chattanooga Shreveport 5 5New 5New 5New
New Orleans 3 3NashvilleAtlanta 3NashvilleAtlanta 3NashvilleAtlanta
NashvilleAtlanta rain rainBirminghamMontgomery rainBirminghamlloDtgomery rainBirminghamMontgomery
BirminghamMontgomery rain rainAmerican rainAmerican rainAmerican
American League LeagueSt
St Louis 1 Washington 0 0Detroit ODetroit 0Detroit
Detroit 3 Philadelphia 6Cleveland 6 6Cleveland 6Cievoland
Cleveland 1 New York 3 3Chicago 3Chicago 3Chicago
Chicago 3 Boston 2 first game gameChicago gameChicago gameChicago
Chicago 3 Boston 2 second game gameNatFonal g gameNatronal me meNatronal
Natronal League LeagueNew LeagueNew LeagueNew
New YorkCincinnati York incinnati rain rainBoston rainBoston rainBoston
Boston 4 rittsburg 5 5PhiladelphiaChicago iiPhiladelphiaChicago 5PhiladelphiaChicago
PhiladelphiaChicago rain rainBrooklynSt rainBrooklynSt rainBrooklynSt
BrooklynSt Louis rain rainSouth rainSouth rainSouth
South Atlantic League LeagueJacksonville LC LeagueJacksonville 1gue 1guef
Jacksonville 2 Columbia 1 10 in innings innings innings ¬
nings ningsAugusta ningsI ningsAugusta
Augusta 0 Macon 3 3SavannahCharleston 3SavannahCharleston 3SavannahCharleston
SavannahCharleston rain rainPetroleum rainI rainPetroleum
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I Petroleum Steamer Burned BurnedLondon BurnedLondon 1 1i
i London Aug 25 25The The steamer Albatrose Al Albatross AII AIIbatroS6 ¬ I
batross oad ORrlej vl with petroleum caught caughtfire cnu caughtfire ht htfire
fire in the English channel this eventug even evening evenIng ¬
ing and burned furiously furiousl The tare rirecreated rtrecreated tarecreated
created intense excitement at Potsmouth Pots Potsmouth 110blilouth
mouth and other channel ports The Thecrew Thecrew lhecrew
crew was safely landed but the vessel vesselis esselis
is a total loss
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known French actress Outside tho thobank th thbank
bank he Is said to have used various varioushighsounding variouhighsounding ariou ariouhighsounding s I
highsounding titles and led a merry merrycareer merrycareer merr merrcareer
career All this was learned durin duringan durinan 1 1m
an investigation which began when whenGallay wheGallay a I IGallar I
Gallay failed to return from his vaca vacation vacation vacation ¬
tion on the theappointetl appointed day Pursuing Pursuingtheir Pursuingtheir Pursuintheir g
their chase the detectives learned that thatthe thatthe thathe tt t t
the clerk had chartered a steam yacht yachtand yachtand yachand t
and sailed from Havre with two wo women women women ¬
men and a large supply of provisions provisionsA
I A clue to the alleged fugitive was wasobtained wasI waobtained s
obtained through a letter mailed at atLas atLas a aLas t
I Las Palmas by the maid who accom accompanied accomI accompanied ¬
panied the actress Detectives De ectives al alover all allover aUoer I
I over the world were at once instruct instructed ¬
ed to watch for the yacht
SEVENTH ANNUAL ANNUALTENNIS ANNUALBy ANNUALTENNIS
TENNIS TOURNEY TOURNEYBy
By Associated Press PressCincinnati PressCincinnati PressCincinnati
Cincinnati August 25 25Tomorrow 25Tomorrowthe Tomorrow Tomorrowthe w r
the seventh annual open tennis tour tournament tourI tourIllament tournament ¬ I
nament under the auspices of the Ohio OhioLawn OhioLawn Oh t tLawn o
Lawn Tennis Association will be open opencd op opened n ncd l
cd in this city for the tristate cham championship championship charpionship l ¬
pionship of Ohio Kentucky and In Indiana Indlana Indsana
diana It will continue and Includiabor include includelabor inclujeiabor e
iabor day September 4Among 4 4Among 4Among
Among the prominent pa payers ers who whowill whowill wh whwill
will be in the contests are May lfa lfaSutton G GButton GSutton
Sutton Pasadena Cal worlds wo woman woman 0 0man ¬
man champion Beal S Wright Baston Bas Boston ¬
ton one of the American tennis bi hifour bifour 1 I 1
four Kreigh Collins crack cra h Chicago Chicagoplayer Chica Chicaplayer o opla
player pla er Myrtle McAteer Pittsburg PittsburgPa i iPa i
Pa expert woman woman player I I
OPERATION KILLS KILLSNOTED K llS llSNOTED
NOTED MUSICAN MUSICANBy
By Associated PressChicago Press PressChicago PressChicago
Chicago Aug 25 25Word Word was receiv received ¬
ed by b the authorities of Northwest Northwestern ¬
ern University Unlv < > rslty Just night that Mrs MrsSadie MrsSadie lro lroS
Sadie S Ue K Coe wife of Dr George A ACoe AICoe ACoe
ICoe Coe who wh holds the tbechair chair of philosophy philosophyat
at the university uni rsity died yesterday in ina inia ina
ia a sanitarium at San Francisco after aftera afterfa
fa a desperate operation operationMrs
Mrs r5 Coe was a i well known planiitand planin planinand it itbl1d
and compose and was considered an asauthority anauthority a aatlthorit
authority on musical subjects Her Horm Hertwist Hermost
m most jst noted work was a musical set 5ethig settug S SIug
tug Longfellows Hiawatha HjawalhaI
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Every few days in Pensacola some family moves into a newhome new newI newhome newwhome
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home secured directly through reading the classified ads in The TheJournal TheJournal TheJournal
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NEW 4v lfllfW u ORLEANS or cEArvS WILL WILLRESTRICT WILLRESTRICT wrc
I RESTRICT TRAVEL TEl VEL II
TRUNK THIEVES THIEVESARRESTED THIEVEMysterious
ARRESTED IN INCHICACn INCHICAGO
CHICAGO CHICACnrdysterious
MysteriousARRESTED Mysterious Y Disappearance Disa earancP of Bag Baggage B Baggage g ggage ¬
gage gageY gagein in in Railway Stations StationsTraced StationsTraced StationsTraced
Traced to WesternCrooks V Western WesternCrooks estern esternCrooks
Crooks CrooksBy
By Associated Press PressChicago PressChicago PressCbicagot
Chicago Aug 251fhe 25 The lnter InterOcean InterOceansays InterQceaIi InterQceaIiIt Oceaa Oceaasays
It Itsa
says sa s The mysterious disappearance disappearanceof
of hundreds of trunks and other bag baggage baggage baggage ¬ =
gage from railroad trains and stationsin stations stationsin
in Chicago St Louis and Denver dur during durIng during ¬
ing the past two years has just been beenrevealed beenrevealed beenrevealed
revealed through the arrest here hereof hereofRoy of ofRoy ofRoy
Roy Aldrich alias Roy Ro Espy of Callfornia Cali California California ¬
fornia and an a woman giving the name nameof nameOf nameof
of Daisy Dean and her home as Den Denver Denver Denver ¬
ver They were arrested arre3tedon on a charge chargeof
of stealing furs from a store in theMasonic the theMasonic theagonic
Masonic Temple When their rooms roomswere roomswere roomswere
were searched the police found a largenumber largenumber large largenumber
number of trunks and suit cases and anda nd nda
a profusion of the most expensive expensiveclothing expensl7oclothing expensiveclothing
clothing and toilet articles articl for men menand menand menLind
and womenMiss women women1iss i iMiss
Miss Dean confessed to the police policeyesterday policeyesterday policeyesterday
yesterday her participation in a ascheme ascheme ascheme
scheme which has caused a large num number number mumI mumIber ¬
ber of railroads to lose a vast amount amountof nmountoinluable
of oinluable valuable baggage baggageThe baggageThe baggageThe
The scheme was simple They Theywould T1leywould Theywould
would take a trunk satchel or suit suitcase Buitcase suitcase
case containing a a shirt or some otherarticle other otherarticle otherarticle
article of clothing and check it to tosome tosome tosome
some nearby point After the trunk trunkwa trunkwai trunkwag
wa wag placed in the baggage car either eithertho eitherthe I Itho
tho man manor or wonuirf wODlttf1bt11t1go wlnYhl go td t the thebaggage thebaggage thebaggag
baggage agent hand him half i U a dollar dbllarshow dollarshow dblIarshow
show the check and ask to be allowed allowed1to alloweto
to open the trunk pr satchel in order orderto
to get out a clean shirt or some other otherarticle otherarticle otherarticle
article r rIn r rIn > J4ia > d dIn
In not a single case c se did the baggage baggageiraster baggagenaster
iraster 1 tster refuse the request While os ostensnbly ostensably
tensnbly getting something out of one
trunk to wear e man or womanwould woman womanwould womarowoulLl
would exchange the checks on the theempty thes
empty cm t trunk or valise for one on the thebest thebest thebest I
best appearing tnmk or valise in the thacar thocar thecar
car When the train reached the des destination desI ¬
tination to which the dummy baggage baggagehad
had been shipped idric < udricu + would immediaiely im immediately ¬
mediately melllat lr present the duplicate of the tficcheck theg I It
check which he had transferred to an another another ¬
other trunk get it and take it to his hisroom hisroom I
room When the owner of the trunkcalled trunk trunkcalled I
called call cd for It he would he e offered the thedummy thes I
dummy trunk of the sharpers sharpersI sharpersDetectives I IDetecttVfs
I 1 Detectives of the roads arc now try trying trying tryt ¬
king ing to trace the stolen property The TheJljDean TheI fheliDcan
JljDean peon woman admits that much of ithas it iti
i I has been stored In various places but butfar butro fartco
co far she has refused to reveal where whereBy whoreT whoreBy whreWill
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Will WAIC T THE THEARCANUM
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By Associated PressNew Press PressNew PressNew
New York Aug 25 25Sixtythre 25SixtythrecouDcils Sixtythrea Sixtythreacouncils Sixtytltrecouncils
councils of tho Royal Arcanum in thi3 thhr thi3city thi3City
city probably will appoint a delegation delegationI
to the special convention of the su supreme suoo suAugust ¬
preme council to be held August dust 30l 30at 30 30at
at PuInBay Ohio to see ee that tho thofifteen thol thefifteen
fifteen supreme representatives represeHt tivos ol ofNew olNew orNew
New York state stand by their pledge pledgeto
to vote for the rescinding of the new newrate newrate newrate
rate law established by the council councillast councillast councillast
last May MayA Ma MaA
with withthis withthis withthis
A call was Issued yesterday
this object in view It asks the local locaicouncils 10c1councils localcouncils
councils to meet in special session sessionwhen
when it Is proposed to discuss tha thamatter th thmatter thamatter
matter and if found feasible the tit dele delegation del deli daleo dalegallon ¬
gation will be appointed appointedI
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Action Taken T akenBy By the Board of ofHealth ofHealth f fHealth
Health to Prevent Re ReInfection Reinfection Reinfection
Infection InfectionSPECIAL infectionNO infectionNO
NO SPECIAL ALARM ALARMFelt
Felt Over Slight Increase in Num1b Num Numiter u m mbar
bar 1b r of Cases Friday FridayMONSTER FridayMONSTER FridayMONSTER
MONSTER PETITION BEING CIR CIRCULATED CIRCULATED CIRCULATED ¬
CULATED TO HAVE NEW OR ORLEANS ORLEANS ORLEANS
LEANS BALL TEAM PLAY LAST LASTTHREE LASTTHREE LASTTHREE
THREE GAMES IN THAT CITY CITYFRUIT CITYFRUIT CITYFRUIT
FRUIT TRADE WITH COLON COLONDANGEROUS COLONDANGEROUS COLONDANGEROUS
DANGEROUS DANGEROUSBy <
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By Associated Press PressNew Pressf
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is New Orleans Aug 25 The Theif Theofficial Theofficial
official report to six sixocock oclock to tonight tonight ¬
4 night Is as tllows ihllowsNew tllowsNew ibllowsNew
New cases today 65 total totalcases totalcases totalcases
cases to date 1665 16G5Deaths 1665Deaths E EDeaths
Deaths today toda 6 total deaths deathsto
S to date 232 232New 2a2f dt dtNew
f if < o New Ne foci 16 total foci IQci 376 376Cases t tCases t tCases
Cases remaining under un er treat treatmeat treatf tF tFkt
f ment 280 280X1MM 280New 280New
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X1MM < Wit y 1t > t tNew
New Orleans Aug 25 25Actlon Action Actionu tn1 tn1eh taku
eh u by the State Board of f Health today todaywill todaYw todayviii
w will ll enable federal authorities to sto stondiscrlmnate stOindiscrlmnnte stondiscrimnate
ndiscrlmnate travel between infected infectedpoints infectedpoints infectedoiuts
points the idea being to prevent Ital ltafaus Italians I Iians ¬
ians and others from returning from frominfected frontnfected trominfectetl
infected points and establishing newoci new newoci newfoci
oci here The action was desired desiredthe bv bvhe byhe
he Mai Marine me Hospital Service in the tbello tbelloiiof b biof be beof
iof of that they th are now controlling tht thtever thQfoer thtever
foer ever and that there is possibility posslbilityof posslbilityofreducing o oeducing of ofeducing
educing it to insignificance if not if ofiatlita11pg ifrR 1 1E1ad
E1ad rR iatlita11pg < li ailn it entirely by October OctoberTJie Qcto er 1a YsTiefaoliatc 1atJte
Tiefaoliatc TJie fac fg thi1f hatUie 9 nu number ber r of deaths deathsoday deathsoday eu s stoday
oday do not eldeTrrf exec flail howSi l tfeslgttisitation tfioslfclrt tfioslfclrtisitatlon mo t tisitatlon
isitatlon of fever of 1891 is consider considerd
cd d a basis for optimism The number numberf n mber mberof
of sf f new cases is likely to vary ar from day dayo
to o day and the increased l number to tolay todn tolay
dn lay gives Ives no special alarm alarmTwo alarmTWo alarmTo
Two of the deaths during the pa pact pactwenty nacttWE t twentyfour
tWE wenty wentyfour > four hours illustrate the urgent urgentiped urgentnped urgentseed
seed for prompt reports Both died diedhrough diedthrough diedhrough
hrough neglect One was an Italian Italianvomnn Italianwomnn Italianvoman
vomnn who was ill in her home foe foelye IO1 IO1ive fOfive
five days da s before a physician was smunoned suni suninoned sTlmmonEl
noned neighbors discovering hereon herconlitions hereonllitions her eon eonlitions
litions The he other case was a Greek Greekvho Greekwho Greekrho
who objected to being reported a ns a arellow ayellow aeliow
yellow fever patient When the am amMilance a aI amaulance
Milance reached > tl him he was practally pract pra practtally t tI
call ally in a moribund condition conditionThe conditioDThe
The announcement was made to tolav toda tofar
I da far that the opening of the lyric lyricheatre l lyricheatre rl rltheatre
heatre would be postponed from Sap Sapember Sfrpember Ip Iptember
ember 3 until later in the month an 111 atdanagor 111Managor t tManager
Manager Davis is endeavoring to get getManager getIanager gettanager
Manager Baldwin of New York to reonshler re reronsider 19consider
consider A monster petition is be bang bemg beng ¬
ng circulated to have the New Or Oreuns Orleuns Oreuns
leuns euns baseball club play the threo threoilosiug threclosing threolosing
closing games here hereDr hereDr hereDr
Dr Thomas In charge of the quar quarmtine qnarantine quarantine
antine station at the mouth of the theiver theriver theaver
river reported to the Board of Health IIeafthtoday Healthoday Healthoday
oday that fruit trade with Colon Cotouihould Colonshould Comahould
should be prohibited Leave out Col Colin Colon ¬
on in he said and there would be llttl llttllanger littbdanger ltttllanger
langer of infection from fruit ships shipsriAAS shipsHAAS shipsMARSHAL
riAAS SURRENDERS SURRENDERSTO
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TO TOU U S SBy MARSHAL MARSllAlBy
By Associated Press PressNew PressNew PressNew
New York Aug 25 25Moses Moses Mosesndlcted H Hass Hassndleted s sindicted
indicted In connection with the cottoneak cotton cottoneak cottonleak
eak scandals surrendered to the iheJnited theUnited the7nited
United States marshal today when whenifilclally whenofficially whenffclally
officially Informed of the warrant is isiuert issued Isued
sued against him His bail was fixed fixedit
at it t ten thousand dollars l Il I G Gc
Great Futurity I Race ace to Be Beat BeRun BeRun
Run at Sheepshead Sh e oshead To = day
By Associated Press PressNew i iNew
New York Aug 25 2 2oRacing Racing will bej bejresumed be beresumed I I l lresumed
resumed at the Metropolitan tracks trackstomorrow trackstomorrow tracktomorrow
tomorrow with the th Futurity theegreat the thegreat thegreat
great two years years old stake M a feature featureat feature featureat
at Jhe Sheepshead h pshead ps1 acI Bay Ua Seventeen norles 1 norlesare orgesare i iare
are named for the six 9ixft furlongs longs fifty fiftythousand fiftytliousanrl fiffyI
thousand dollar race which will be I
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Yacht of Chairman Cha rixtan Shamsr Shonts ShontsBurned ShontsBarJJ
Burned BarJJ r rnec d to Waters aters Edge
Special to The Journal JournalCarabelle JournalCarabelle ournalCarabelle
Carabelle Aug 25Site 25 2 ITMe gmsnlineyacht gasoline gasolineyacht gmoUoeyacht
yacht Maruedora largued Il owrjjpK < by T iP iPShouts P PShonts PIStonts
Shouts chairman of the l1i fiHh tUan ian n ca canal caI canal ¬
nal na commission net tonnage 49 andlying and andlying an1llng
I lying at anchor off the entrance ontr n e olCarrabelle ol ofCarrabelle
Carrabelle Carrabelleriyer river caught caugJJtfir lire nreon on the thaevening tll tllevening theevening
1 evening of August 23 about aloitt8 8 oclock oclockand oclockand oclockand
and was burned to the waters edges edgesThe edgeiiThe edgeThe
The Captain and crews ware Wn C saved aved byships by byships b bsl1ips
ships boats but lost al aW = their belong b belong9d longi
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9d cti + 4i Sts
run over a heavy track as a arain steady steadyrain iead1rain
rain during most of toQfcy made the thecourse thecourse thecourse
course a sea of mud mudOn mudOn mudOn
On account < lC OUtlt of this condition the thebookmakers thebookmakers thebookmakers
bookmakers are at sea tonight as to tothe totbe tothe
the probable favorites but the beat beatjudges beatJudges bestfudges
judges make Bridgeman Ormondale Ormondaleand
and Woolwich include inclu e tne probable probablawinner probabiawinner probablewinner
winner
jirgs t iJg There lh re was no insurance on onvth onvthvessel onvthe onvthert the thevesgel
vessel vesselThe rt ± ssei
1 The fh health of Corrabelle i Ii good goodt ood oodLocal
I t S Local Polities x > oHticS > are getting warm wa and andat andat andat
at the city election which will take takeplace takep18C8 takeplace
place on Tuesday TMeiio ay September Scptember5tJtwe Scptember5tJtwelook 5tft we welook welook
look for hot times th in the old town townBmythiag townEV town13irerythIug
EV Bmythiag rthlBgi da i very quiet qoietat at the F FC FCi C CsL
i Cqs The place Is shut down and andthera andtherO andtheta
theta Is plenty of time for the old oldbands oldhands t thands
hands to havea have a good time tlmcfisbhig fishing
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