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zsv i y--xcvfiry?oSv'S' J??S'?"-' rJn?. -J33a! "--. ri 1st?' V THE ST : EOtJIS RBtTBLIC f FRID'A Y. KUQfUgT II. 1905. THREE HUNDRED AND SIXTY PATIENTS ARE REMOVED FROM OLD TO NEW CUT HOSPITAL WITHOUT AN ewsaaaawansnwwwawwwwwx aMaMaMaMaMaMaMaMaSaMaMaMah HsPmBBHBHIBrRIIH IBRHSIEHHI aaawViO'sFfSsvaH HkKB ' - HBH93kBbHIVGB HHIi sMrS-B-xsaawsxH mMsMaxlaxss Ijggly.iS -t j-3T fci?fr:&ggJJJ jff' X V&ri 'QiTmBv mMsuzju9css jfidtjxs gyp. J ' Emmm sssxMjg-..-gijJK... a. saws aa llaKlBK't v-v. f y-- ' -y-.PWMiB!iBaB5ga CONVALESCENTS WALKED LwkkaLLLLLLUmmmmmmmUmJmWmmM wMkif:BHmWK TO THE CARS. HsSHHM&KI :H?f':fvi Teaterasy was moving day at th Cttr Hospital, and the great task of transfer Tina soma X9 rick men and women some desperately wounded and others so pre carioualy til that their Urea hung by a thread was performed with less bother and In !- time than the average esrcu- pant of a four-room flat experiences In rnanging nia domicile. The work or removing the unfortunate ward of the cttr frum the old ram- shackle building, called by courtesy a hospital, to the splendid, new. modern collection of structure? nt Carroll and Orattan atreets was begun yesterday g&nrnlng at S o'clock. By noon two-third of tbr entire num r of patlentit wi-r- comfortably cxtab tlshad In the new hopltal. All had be-n done without a fatality, and. more, than that, without a cetbick to a elnKla caf. All hands were "piped on deck" at the City Honpltal for the moving. Every on f the thlrtv-three phj'slclans on Ictor Brown'a staff wa? on duty from moraine ajntil the work of movinc was flnl'hnl. All of the regular nurses w-r on lutj-. and sareral extra nurse were -nKaR-d eapeilally for the work. The tuna quota Cf stretcher carriers and other att-niurit was added to by extra help for the day. For tha moving, beside th regular am bulances, omnibuses, street cars and stake wasons were pressed Into srvle. Six ambulance were n us to carry th- very sick and the disabled eases from the old to the new hospital. Two patients sew carried oc each trip, and a nurse and a physician mads the trip wltb every load Afpatlents. Two omnibuses were ned to transport thos patients who wer ab to tit up. Three street cars earrlel tho-e who wers able to wlk. Th stake wacons were used to reitove the property of the ho-pltal and the effects of the staffs of physicians and nurst s. The omnibus and stret-car patients were renjoved first, and their removal pre sented the least problem to the hospital authorities. Holler chair were urd to carnr the omnibus patients from the hos pital to the waltlnR cabs, and the street car patients, convalesrents for the most part were helped to the cars, which walt V at Seventeenth and Chestnut streets. The removal cf those patients who were fcroua-ht to the new hospital In the ambu lances presented the real problems. Ex- ADVANCE NOTES OF COMING CAMPAIGN HEARD IN CITY AND STATE ITIFEL MENTIONED FOR PARTY'S HEAD North Side Brewer May Become Chairman of Republican Citv Central Committee if He Will i Accept Post. If Otto Rtlfel. the brewer, will accept the post, he my become the official head of the Republican pny In St. Iaftuls as the chairman of the City Central Com aolttee. This 1 the proposition of the harmony seekers, mho are attempting to quiet the feeling t.-tmeen the Cleaners" anj the "Big Six." ahtch has divided the com BBlttee Into two bitter factions. The Taltyltes on the commltte are a third element alio, for self-protection. ' are standing with the "lllg Six. and this I commnauon nas etitientlv wn strong enough to take Jeptstha I Hone and his allies from the Nledrlnchaus and llutler member of the committee to "bump the humps. tittrel was succett esterUr as a big Republican hu could nukr them all Stand around and t.ik- orders If they Shosred signs of gettlrsic (' " and It ! the belief that. If th North St lou! political boss will take the contract, the organization In the city will b turned ver to him body and soul Chaliman t.udttls of the City Committee aid yesterday that the nam if StifM had been suggested, and that If the -.il could he put through ho would be cl.id to get Ut Of the i). I do not want to be chairman of thl eommltlee." said Mr, I.udwlc eterda 1 did notnrant the place when l assumed Its duties 1 was forced Into It by Ju'U Tatty anrt his friends, and It wa the un aVrstandlng that I should act . chairman miy during the xity campiicn. "There one thine sure, liowrver. and that Is that 1 will not be puhd out un- asr nre. now? and his crowd cannot throw rate ut. That has been demonstrated Not for an Instant will I permit them tn de far an intjnt. We hae the vote acalr.t them, and thev have begun to nalut it "When It comes to a jue-tion of tre ann. however, it I another matter I fe-I that, with some prominent Republican in the chairmanship one who has the corn denes of the party It woul.k b- a good thing. Vr. SUM'S name has been s-jget-Sd among others, ard If he would accept It 1 would put ncip.c in bis way " The name of An-.ejee It. Cole ass also sag seated yesterdav by tfee promoters of aroxaeriy ie. s was tnat or Robert -tlrooking. either of wfcon would be eml- i aently satisfactory to the embryo Repub scaa dub. ahich has In view the whele- , Bale capture of the turty orsanuatlon. Chart ss r Aennek-r. former Citv Col- I lectar. has !- been frequently mentioned I aad R is rrobable that, m the vcnt cf , tifers refusal to dally :;h tne prcposi- J tion. Wenneker will -be acrted upon be- I - the confllctlr.r element. fkw "Cleaners" have sot ent're'y given ap hsae af puttinc through the plans which were made while Chairman Luiw'c was as a five aeks trip to Mexico. Tfc-y havs arohsblv cuncludrd tha: It t physi cally imac settle to displace x.udw.g with Howe, htcsnee of the strife whtc.l was swlasa at the htondav nigh: caucus. Tha atteaspt to subsutute ICd Kcetn. from Carsndelrt. has so for proved it.iil.r box. aotwlthstasdir.c the seem- BT(ra-pcaltiea, another caucus Is to be 5-i tsalgt' which alii be the Anal oi-aafef the antiadmintstrathm crowd. ro t brighter than it has the last -few hours. wao ir-veiurieu ia matter ne- clara that, .easily- it would be Impossible w a majority or the committer to forci- hly any af the ir.dtvdual taeinbers of uBittee. The members are elect- m tar tha voters st the regular rnmrW , W -lli :..... r.w.s- VMTl. ta na -new cr me miuation. sit Tn iir.n.a sr aad claim to have enough ' ta sauelch anv attrc-rts to de- the etaciats or. expei any cf trre L it w nriira (nai. u iscn a inai the Cleaners may get a d) af w -mi Stria i In which case there i aa tws c-tr coauntttecs. ac 1 a beti- aaat emsaoe Mr caotesttcg ceaegauors amm.awaty wai as tan qr us fan, Ths-BW msSm aa PwJ-P-wMaxwaBkf IB&iS. -fT--:'. ' mwiiiii aisMeMawsxTsMawgla riyAMMEJMlWBPWIffE-.-.'g-Ka STRETCHER CARRIERS TAKING PATIENTS INTO NEW HOS PITAL. treaM car waa used tn removlnc this ciass or patients, ana a pnysician accom nnnled the stretcher from the time It left the ward of the old bulldlmr until the pa tient was safely established In the fresh, clean and sweet-smelUng wards of the naw Institution. The most desperate cases were as served for the laRt. In order that everyfnlnar at the new hospital mlcht be tn perfect read iness for the reception of the patient. Those patients suffering from typhoid were the ones whose removal rave to the physicians the arreatest concern, as it was recopnUed that the evcitement of movimr or a chanse in teatperature mlcht have a very serious effect upon their general COWHERD IS HAMED AS A CANDIDATE Friends of Former Kansas City Congressman Suggest Him as Gubernatorial Possibilitj Par ty Activity Urged. Reports of a well-defined boom in West ern MV-ourl for William S. Cowherd of Kar.si Citt for the Democratic nomina tion for Governor, have Altered Into St. I.u'.. fr-m various sections of the State. In the l.it few days. There t quUe a psrty of Democratic politician from the counti- adjacent to the western border at the Ijclede jes SirJay. and several times, in the courxe f conveiatlon. the nime of the Kansas City Congressman, who va caught In the late unpleasaiitnesu. was heard men tioned for the gubernatorial nomination. It 1 said that should Mr. Cowherd for mally enter the race he win have united behind bin all cf the element within the party In Kansas City and Jackson Coun t. and that his candidacy would be satis factory to both the friend of Jimes A. Reii. throuchout the we-t-rn part of the State, and alfo to the Folk men tn that section. Mr Cowherd's frlcr.ds are saving that h was not mKed up in the factional dis turbance which marked the at precoi ventlon campaign, and tint h!s poMtton In th party and as a commanding figure In national politics, during his term as Concrrssman. present him ur n lnd-'il cu.,!H!jt- for pirtv honor In the State. It Is also asserted that Republican poli ticians are quietly planning to prent At torney General Hetl-ert S Hadiey as an asidraiit for the U.-puMican nomination, and that. In ufh a case, the candidacy of former Congressman Cowhfrd l alt tb more re.isonable. and makes htm all the more a logical candidate. A prom'.mnt iJemocrat. at th Lac!ede eterday said; "It Is entirely too early to discuss the candidates on the State ticket, but, all the same. In my section of the State we want to see lt:n Cowherd nominated. He could heal any party differences, and we of Western Missouri expect to see htm cut consljerabl- ice when It consts time to make the nominations." rnKPARlNG FOR CAMPAIGN. While there Is little talk of a pefsr.il nature, as to :uJtr or candidate, among the Democratic politicians who drop into St. laiuls. there seem to b a general feej. Ing that It is not too early for the party to begin active operation lookltic toward preparation fcr the next congrrsslonal an J is.-., ramnaisn- lrrespectite of pat altgr.nient within the party. Democrats from the State gen erallv are qui-tly ursisr the ncessjtv of perfect crgar.lsatlon. and an imm-Mlate rao-ement looking fard rartj solidtttca jjon and harmony of action? Said a well-known rarty man jesrday: -fivs-r the state there U a well-grcunded belief that mv Is the time to Kt in reail- I ness for next year's campaltn. The pern- ocral of th state would like to e th i glcom dispelled, whlci 'as caud by t defeat of so many of our conere!ara: can-ildatr at the late electlcn. A stremtth enmg of the. prtv all along the Ur.e is a , recs!y. according to our ltw of the j situjticn. and It ta r.ot a jay tco early should we bcln right new. T"H T-i14j.2a -itlnt.ln shle Tsl-tV orgaclxatlrn nd heaA,ortef all tfle year j rouas. and taat fart t largely tvspor.s; b for sm result thev have gained. It would not hurt the feellrgs of our fel lows !c th- sllghte: If the State Com mittee would set besv and at o-ice-" This seetiaent is echoed almnst daily or wrc. wire or wnrin-r ct xse par.y m-n who ccta to Si. Liul on business, but who find time to chat briefly eir tte political situation In the State. The risseat Masasal aaliaiassa. We are legated txrmanestly in the finest Diamond salesroom In town. Ten csn cet a Dis-n.t on ry"".ets from usx Loftls Brosc. 2A fl- CanetonNdg, xa N. th st. Tea win have many arpHcants from a infci 1MViir aaTerf.iiw.ns. la. condition. Another patient, whose removal was at tended with the greatest solicitude and caution on the part of the physicians, nurses and attendants, was Mrs. Jacob Fisher, who has accidentally shot In the abdomen by her husband Wednesday. She was brought to the new buiUliBE. however, m It bout any change for the Kono !n her condition. Every ambulance was provided with a heavy .nat tress, and the patients were easily rlld from the ftretchers upon these mattresses and as easily remni-d to the stretcher aguln upon their arrival at the The work of moving Interested many of i OFFICE HOLDERS UNEASY ABOUT FOLK Rnmor That Gorernor Is in Town With Big Club Causes Worry, but He Is Across the State Police Board Matters. The widely circulated rumor that Gov ernor Kolk was In town all day vcMerdav. and that he had brought a big club w'tl. him from Jefferson City for u-e on ti-a Follcc Board, had a mot disquieting ef fect upon certain politicians in the city. The fact that he was nvxhrre to b seen, and the belief that he was In secret conclave with soni of hi intimate po litical friends did not alleviate the visible distress which could not be subdued on some of the countenances of pr-r.-ent place holders. It was asserted that the Governor wn secretly enthror.il in :i rix.Ki at the Planters, and that, cr.e by one, s,nie of the-Miffce holders who have lieen ciitl sIsdof late by the orlalna! l-"o!k m--n. were being taken across the hot ran !. Startling ilevelopment. it a- prcikted. would ! the outcome of the day's pro ceedings, A wbolea!e shake-up of the Police Hoard and of the entire Police Department was freely predicted. nd these rumors raw semicglv from an Inspired source. All of thm were dlrectlv tracalIe to th same fountain head a cloe pronal and political frlcrd of the Goernor As a matter of fact. Governor Folk wa clear acros the State of Ml.ouri. speak ing .it a reunion in the ho:n of Thomas J. Akin, where he talked of the M. law enforcement and tl.-. duties of a citizen, to the edification and llectatinn of a. great crowd of Weste-n t!tniri resident. He lft Jefferson City wedn-SJar nltht on a St. tajals-Uiund train, which was heraldd bv the Jefferson City eorreipond cnts of the local politician" .-.II of whom were hot after a trail yeerl.y The party of Folk se'ker was also ausmented by sexeral Deputy Sheriff, who were hop ing to serve. om" ler-il documents on the Govt-mor In connection with the damage suit tiled by the Delmar race track nvan aeement. Governor Folk left the train nt Pacific ar.d thence journeyed westwart! to the scene of the reunion. Meanwhile the wor ried look did not wear off th faces of some of his St. lul friends. MARONEY IS INSTRUCTED TO RECOUNT BALLOTS. Caart Directs Elect law Caatatlsalaa- er Km Over the Voles la the Daaa-Fraaelsca Coatest Case. Notice was flled-rjn Andrew C Maror.ey. rrrsidnt of the Hoard of E!ctton Com missioners. esterday. ordering him In connection with the other members of the board to open the ballot boxes and count the ballots cast at the late city election 'in the case of John W. Dunn &xalrt James 11. Kranciscus. Dunn Is the Republican contestant tnd hi case is one of the many which wre fl!d after the ejection. The rintice :. on Jlr. Marcney esieruay is .in order of court and -s the first on.- whl.-h ha been strvc-J acalnst the prel.lcit cf the election commission out of the -jasy con tests which were Bled. l"nlesS a writ of prohitltion Is secured from the Supreme CoCTt within thirty days. h Cranli sicns'rs mux; proceed to the recount. The ballots are being kept in the vault across the hallway from the crUce cf the Election Commissioners, in the Cltv Halt, and are guarded day and ntght by t-tctlal watchmen repr-sentlng t'O'h :h-j lroc cratr aad the Republicans. Issaallefw y Tarawa File. nETUEUIC stCIAt. Altoonx. Pa.. Aug. f. Angry at a file he was using In the Peas.' y Ivan la tank hop. a workman hurled tt to the Srst floor Just as John M. Bene, another etrploye. walked by. The sharp point cf the e penetrated his fast aad atnsad It fast to the Moor, la tha Inhabitants In the dlstrleta about tha old hospital, and they remained on the sidewalk tn front of the building for hours, watching the stretchers and their loads of sick and wounded humanity. Patrol men Killoran and Kohlmer were on duty at the hospital and. one on either side of the gate, kept back the curious. Mrn and women of the hospital pa tients bore yl.M!ly sny suffering Inci dent to th! removal. Although they were handled bv th? attendants with the great est gentlnss and rare. Jolting was In evitable hen the cots vf brought down the cro.l ;tairwas ef the old hospital and also whin the ambulances movel over the occasional rough cnatk-paved streets POISON OF YELLOW FEVER LIKE RATTLESNAKE'S VENOM New Orleans's Great Authority Hay That the Rapid Degeneration of Tissues and the Breaking Down of the Blood Follows Alike From Infection by Mosquito and Dreaded Diamond Back aad Fer-de-Lance Four Stages of Disease Which 3Iust Be Recog nized by the Physician Simple Treatment and Cold Water the Best Remedies. USE OF DRUGS TO FORCE ORGANS TO WORK MEANS DEATH. T JOSEPH HOLT. M. m. atrtar ta ISM saavaatlae OsVer at Xew Far twenty-Cve years srealest Soathcra in the course of my remarks on the treatment ot yellow lever. 1 lumtiun to ou tarn tliui. lor clearer llluairailon. 1 ir.ay use mixed nivtapiior. and If ro. you am know that it is inlenlMiiui. and no upoiOKy i.tctrsary. i Ins sub;vci Is one that may be bneily evitotaiaeti r l.ugrly rxtend--il. It may U- onutissed luto a wry unall brocliun: or expuuded voiuu.a.ously. accoidlng l Utcnuy piocllvuy. Uae may hstve m-cli tu say In little, t-r little In uiu.U. As tor niyM-if. i Lan better iepor.a to your wisn bv repeating, anile fresh in my mmd. and suit sou.e iiuargt went, my repiy to a oung pi.yician. a lew evemnhs since, aliw fiu4iunued the guetlotu.: Uut tor. inraes: tell me. do you give ijuinlne in yellow fever, and wtial do you loiulcr the best treatment ot the die.iM: ." aly esteemed juung friend, tou aro juat entering tu- caltrway of experletic-. aai I hupo you may r.nd wisdom itliu-t pa lng o vtt dear fcr Its pu-tei-s.oa. An to tumine in el!ow fe.er. 1 a;k why. wlMt has Mi;jf:!itu It? "Wtil. Uoctor Oaer auu.".s it." Yes. my dear li. and he further tells us that neitner enutics r.or purcitttviit are now employed, at.d whtn r.nji rhage set In tu U-e e:cji.uil.le ot lion, ail of which is cnougn tu make a Xiw Orleans physician co.iap-e in lalaa snccpc- L-t ihictor Osier pursue this course In lUltlmore. whr they have Inhabitants. perhap. overcrowded and to spate, but to amis? it as permissible m New Or leans, he merely declares to us tiatt be haj pa.-e,l his mark by many d-cales. and for th- j-ake of his ytl!ow-fetr I-a-tlents shculd hae t.-n chlorforml long ago. We send him a counter recommenda tion in the Kibby cot and lc.--watr af fusion. They tll suicly settle the husl n s for Ilaltimotv. No. sir! After our Inltiil and prepara tory measure gle no drug. and. least of ail. a nauseous one. when you know that th- stomach already l moving on tn dreadful haste In the direction of a su preme crisis, a disorganizing and hernorThnjcIc congestion, whose terminal may bo black vomit and speedy death. Why do vou speak of quinine, knowing that you are dialing with a poison pos sessed of the putrefactlxe lrulence. in voking a like universal epIs. a liquefying :-IUtion of the blood and hemorrhages, with rapid tissue changts and softening of the fatty degenerative ser!. such as characterise also the ver.om of th f-r-dt- I lance, and both alike touching the life ol all the blocd corruptibly? Did It ever Rash into your mind, young gentleman, the close geographical kinship btwstn Yellow ftver anl the family , crotalidae." representel In the fer-a-lar.ce. I the moccasin and the rattlesnake? Of ' course, u Is cclr.cIJ'nt. but Is more than rperelr coincident. 1 call it a cMrapnic ally locallxed creative tendency; as wlt - Chtna- all thir.rs velllw and cr.e pervasive, absolutely unique odor, and numerous even mere striking evidence r.t such like (jualltatlre kinship In nature, geographlcallv limited. As to what vou shall give In yellow fever, let me cover a wlie field In a few words. But let me say to yos rlBht here that your dutv Is in behalf of your patient first and to the protection of your people second, and not tu the furtherance of phanr.xcolngicsl intulry- In t-espena-Ina to thl dust duty, yon must have the bscklng of vour own strong Integrity: of a eocrar-ous manhood: aad conduct your rlf so clearlr tn your hlsh offlre that vtra iriy camnvind unoaiioning eona dence In th face of anv trial. Quail net under a covert threat. Fr better to for feit your lif" In a glorioo" martyrdom fcr truth, than to have vou top" to cry oat In their distress, like Job. rising la bis affliction: "But ye are forgers of Has. ye are an rhyttclaas of at valae. PJaHBHHBPawataaPsPaPAB EJaBsaMaaBsM!! v-. rL - aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa . J;' '- iaBaBaBaHHi MANY WENT BY SPECIAL TROLLEY CARS. oil tha way to tha new building. Bat be yond an Invol-intary 'groan or sigh or an agonized look, they mad, ne complaint. There wre po scenes flthtr of pathos or comedy upon the n moral. The whole matter wore a tense air cf business, as fhr as the Kspital staff was concerned, and the Cltv Hospital class of patients arc not gwea either to sentiment or com edy. FroMbtr th only rt:nt who felt a pang of regret at k-avr.g the old building was "Jim" Wliitf-rerL wbo has been a guest of the city for fourteen years past. Even he will have Ms recompense tn his new iuar;.rs us a man of mark, because of this distinction. An:ter veteram of aalharlljr aa yellew fever. that every known energy and substance, excepting, tu date, the Jv-ray and radium. have bevii ransacked in me ituesi of a specitlc; and. in that parycular, we are to-day where we were ls years ago. iu assbimng the care uf a case ui yel low lever, the phy.-Kian must have clear ly dtliin.il a mental picture ot the lour stagts cf tne Uisea.. snadllig one nio the other. In progrc?ki e unloiuing; recog. nuung and interpreting tacn In ine suc cession of sympious. Tu do this makes ttie skilled diagnostician, and without It tl.ere is no such thing as a masterful, a safe "and judicious treatment. Kignt here 11-s the diffeituce between the trust worihy ytllw-fever pnysiclan. and the wholly unreliable phys.cuin. because not Dkllled In thia beUsbie luterpretabun; hi tre whole question rests finally on this power. From observation. I will baldly say that the most dangerous allies of yellow fever. excepting, of course, llrst and always, the mar. who choose not to recognise, tne first cases when he sees tnem giarmgiy. ana suppresses inxormallun of the tlrsj sparas of pestilence, from tnottves of cowardice r hi.- own little rascally preferment next to him. but far less criminal. Is the charlatan and blatant Ignoramus, with di ploma or not: close behind is the edu cated physician, long in practice out si is the yellow-fever xor.e. simply because he brings his accumulated Xicrierce to bear In ccnlldent insurance in tne one. lone, ab solutely unique malady, the most myste riotu on the planet. ANALOGUE OF P.ATTLESXAKB. With a big heart and a generous. Delpla ban 1. a complete and .sacrificial offering of self, he plunges Into the treatment of an Infection that holds its destructive sway In the unseen world of matter, in its operation the analogue of the fwltle s.iake among things visible. Named by It. mture it should be called Noli! me tancere. and no such dlgnMed. warning name, misapplied to a chronic nicer. In every variegated diamond, in the triangular. square-Jawed head and sullen eye. you see in the rattler written all over by the hand of nature Nolll me tan gere. and so In the outward signs end In ward working of yellow fever. "Provoke me. if you dare: I hold this patient, and tn me Is the issue of life and death: hands off." In the symptomatic movement through Its stase note the chill, speedily fol lowed by a fever of variable intensity and duration, let us say from twenty-four to seventy-two hours, declining abruptly or gradually into a links stage of Intermis sion or of marked remission. Thla Is the tnacherous vorteg c-ilm following the storm of Tirnary assault of the true poison lte'f. This calm may be final In death er eon vtlescence: but usually on the third, fosrth or fifth dav comes the secondary storm, from a new direction, and due to ser.tl!- ar.d othr toxic con-iuence snrf the enormous obstructive accumulation evf tissue debris. The successful elimination of the scondiry toxlne Introduce the" last stage, convalescence: its failure 8ans death. PROGRESS OF DISEASE. Simply recognltlcg the composite detail of this picture: The gathering storm, the approaching crlsi in destructive conges tion and probable hemorrhages: th uni versal degenerative changes; oftentimes localised Inflammation: and. always, the obstructive tissue wreckage: this picture before vour eyes, th treatment of the d.s.?a-e suggests itself. First, last and all the time, vour defensive cry Is. elimina tion! That one word, and gentle minis tration in hvsrlenlc care, covers, with rr exception, the whale field of yoor. abtuty: ror wnaTsoevrv at asssw xaaa ot rriL leas note Is om Schneider, who has been a patient lor six rears. Every physician it tbr hospital who had casa ta any of the wards arose yes terday niornlig at 1 e'e'och to dress and examine cases. Where dressing was neces sary the attending physician made extra, S reparation for the journey to the new ospltaL Doctor John Young- Brown. Superintend ent of the City Hospital, and his assist ants. Doctors Doyle and Klrchner. were tn active charge of the work of removal. Tney divided their tun between the old and the new building. "I am delighted with the way the work has progressed." said Doctor Brown, late lnterpretatkm of svmptomatlc evidence. Is your panoply In the tight. To have a strong or reasonable hope of success the treatment must begin early; certainly within the tint twenty hours. Later than that, the precious time Is for feit!. Your Initial step Is eltralnatlve without irritation. According to age. physique and urgency, from five to fifteen grains of calomel, but no blcarbon-tte of soda, given preferably In a teaspoonful of Una Ice. Four hours later a full dose of aa active but mild purgative, such as th stomach Is most likely to bear; no pins. The old-ttms Infusion of senna, manna and salts or a full dose of castor oil. made as agreeabte as possible, or aa active saline water. This may be sup plemented by a large enema If not na duly exciting to the patient. EMETIC IS FIRST REMBDT. wbere the stomach Is gorged with a recent meal or things hard of digestion empty quickly with an emetic, first thing. When the stomach has been cleared aad the bcwels freely relieved of their entire contents, yon have reached your limit of vigorous medication; and like Paul In tha tempestuous Euroclydon. "When the ship was caught and could not hear up Into the wind wa let her drive." Go tin favoring elimination and yoor safe friend la water, cool or cold, plain o. or any modification, as a light lemon ade. ApoUlcarts. vlchy. the light, para frtSt Juice additions or Buffalo Lithla ad libitum. For high fever a large bowl of warm water and free wet toweling of the body; hut never Ice or anything cold appneu externally. The guarded icebasj to the hemorrhagic stomach Is the only exception. To further aid In control of high fever small one or two grain doses of phenac etln or acetanellde. or such like according: to preference, may he given and repeated in two hours If required. Invoke only the rnfle effect. Everything gentle end noa Irrltant Is all that you do. Comfort la It self a powerful remedy. The calm stage calls for absolute rest. A little Iucross Elixir, with tee or water. If acceptable, or panopepton and water If preferred. Th use of a small, soft cath te ts sometimes Imperative; watch for retention. WHEN DANGER UNB IS REACHED. In the fourth, fifth or sixth day wa reach a danger line In the resumption of nourishment. The state of the stomach and its abilltv to bar must be our guide, t'r.'il the red-edged and pointed tongue and the oral mucous membrane and gums have paled from their appearance of acute erythema you must proceed with exceeding caution In nourishing your pa tient: a little haste tn premature feeding, giving too much or too rich or any kind of ol.d may readily Irritate and rush an therwle well-progressing case Into gas trie h-Knorrrhage and Into uncontrollable recurrent fever, or the tornado from an other quadrant. let me rather say. KoT'SUch hemorrhage, actuil or threat ened. I give tee freely, sometimes with an eighth or twelfth of a grain of cocaine hycmrhlorate. Here I use ice as a poul tice over the stomach, carefully guarding against excessive refrigerating br one. two cr three thicknesses of flansei or towel between Icebag and skin. Iced champagne ts sometimes grateful, but often soon tired of; Ducross Elixir is generally liked better, panopeptln er aoxaet!fr.?s a little wrote very flne brandy. As the evidences of acute Inflammatory action subside begin with three or four teaspoonful? of Iced mtlk with one-fourth. Cf lime water, or milk and vlohy half and hair. Kepai In an hour or two. and the next day increase the quantity, alternate with u delicately prepared chicken brath enokeri with a little r!c or barley. stralra-d out. Then go on and nourish as you would a mild or desperate case of typhoid rever. i anow no r reparation ei b-ef. No fresh meat the balance ot tha seasor. The seeondary fever on tha tMrl or fourth day means obstructed elimination, usually intestinal, and calls for a very gentle but tnorougn purgative, aioea ay saUd enema ta. DEPRESSION OF PLXSE. Depression of pulse below fifty calls far strychnia, one-thirtieth to a sixtieth of a grain, hypodernleally. but not always as. and r " accorllcsT to roar Judgment. Be cautious with alcbo'le stimulation, knowing the fatty changes In the Urrr. the acute and subacute Inflammation ef the gcstro-lntestlaal tract. Alcoholic subject generally ds; big meat eaters dose behind. Concerning th kidneys patholeafcalTj-. you know that they, too, are tn a state of prcfound degeneration, and with sack epUreial dlrlntegratioa and tha crowding ef tuTrales with tosfne and caabastloa oroauets ycu are net surprised at the fn- tat fare nee and often complete sm-IMIa- r ruac-joa. tae ACGIDENT JIM WH1TEP0RD, A patiemt for foarteea jean. ta the afternoon, when practically aH aff the patients bad been removed, and ha surveyed the scene at the new hospital. "Everything has gone along wtthoat a single hitch, and Just as It waa planned. , We worked upon this thing for weeks ta advance and reduced the whole system to writing. Every man and woman knew his post when the work began ind was at It. Every move was planned ahead oC time and carried out to the dot. -Even the lent Important matter of re moving the physical property of the hos pital was dore without any miscalcula tion. At my request Health Commis sioner Snodgrs sent tn the new building two experts, who checked up the property received from the old building, and It was found ! balance to the last item.' Joseph Camper, aged 3 a rttive of Iowa, living at No. 131 1 Wash street, a patient, wus the firs patient received "it the new (lty Hospital, lie is suffering from consumption. TO ESTABLISH USPENSMY AT NEW CITY HOSPITAL. To relieve the congestion at the new City Hospital, where space is limited. Doc tor Snodgras. Health Commissioner, has decided to establish at that institution a dispensary for the treatment of conva lescents, who will hereafter be discharged, from the hospital as soon a possible. The dispensary will be conducted by tha physicians regularly employed at the hos pital. Patients who are able to return to their homes will continue to recelvo medical service, but must apply for It to the dispensary. If Doctor Snodgras's plan is followed. Doctor Snodgras- told the members of the Board of Health yesterday that ha had already caused the discharge of seventy-five patients ahose condition was such that thev could leave the hospital without danger or Inconvenience. Thesa and others will receive treatment an medicine at the new dispensary. The operation of the plan proposed by the Health Commissioner. he says. WW provide accommodations for about la pa tient whose condition requires their con finement hi tha hospital. frata from drugs. In the hope of forctna function. They simply will not funcoon ate under your rude command, lie per- iihIws ls,ss ths thAsret fleetv sMteneg T and remember that water Is your kindest friend. A Ilgni. com wney wnn seuxer or vlchy sloes a doable work In nourish ing and elimination. The number or thinrs given aad done more than thl are. tn the face of this pathology. Irrational, fursy and often harmful. DstUGS NOT A 80T.CTI0N. In tMtng them you mast confessedly say you do not really aad sincerely know what yam are aboat. I am not talking about your nodoas sad a ess you ones saw racorer; ear ess has reached a cil saas. for better er for worse, aad eruaa are not going ta solve R. Now. sear fellow, thla ts an I hav say. Professtoaal tact and experteac will fiU la the fiaer toaches of detail. It you arm Just a fitw things with mas terful arecsHoa aad actf-restralat and pa tiently watch with hopeful expectation) and m, fair casfillis-a teitha regenet-atlPj power of aatar yaw wttl have done alt that yaw ought to hav dan; aad wgl hav left uadeaa the things yoa ought not ta hav daaa. aad aawusj Is Juatstesi Now."! ta hafi. taw ssy.aaa , think about all this Mssarrow. wMch. Tsy tha way. Is Sttaday. Ooed night. HOSPITAL PATIENT WANOERS BACKTOOlJBUrLWrrG. WaOa th latitats war heme riiaoved from the eld to tha saw CMy Hoapttat yes terday, aa old Italian, whose salad has be come so weak that ha doss not remember his risT wasdered away froam tha prsm Ises. Later ta the day ha stnsseg hack to th old building and walked Into the launder ing department. His apsparanc startledi Mrs. KUey. whose acreama attracted tha attention of latrohnaa Kllloran. The old Italian was locked up aad wttl be taken to tha new City Hospital to day. DEMOCRATIC CLUB'S OUTING. Political Entertainment to Ba Held at Lena's Park Taesday. Members of th St. luls Democrats Club have arranged a demonstration and) rally for Jmp'a Park neat Tuesday even ing, and have appointed committee meet ing, to he held this evening at the club) building. Noa. auS and MX olive street. According to announcements the aJtalr la to be In the nature of a political rally, an illumination and a vaudeville entertain ment. Seven sell have been arranged for the theatrical side of the entertslnment. and it ta said that this will be a notable feature. Harry McNIchoIa 1 chatr-sxn af th Ar rangements Committee, and his associate are William 11. User. John II Fontana. E. J. Morrissey. George J. tMeber and Thomas J. alcDermott. John R. Mc Carthy is chairman of the Invitation Com mittee. James P. MUes of the Coauattte on Speakers. Judge Robert J. Carroll of the Committee on Admission and Tick ets, and Joseph J. Walsh of the Comatltte on Press and Publicity. ""rank Herbert ts chairman of tha Maato nil Amusement Committee and Major James Uannerman of that on Keeeptiot Arrangements. Colin M. Selph. prealdest of the dub., is casting an eye over tha general provisions xor tne aaaar. wsui Thj r- Harris Charles W. Daniels and John Alasus are also of the executive at. TM mytaar Mates- f w RErUMJC SPECIAU Boston. Aug. 7. Mrs. EUsaheth Bam aon. a daughter of Luther N. Johnson of Melrose, and wife of George H. Hammon. kept her marriage a secret for a year and told of It only when her sister. Lillian C Johnsoa. was dying. The newg was kept In the hone that the Invalid would re cover, hut when It -was knows that thla was sot stsssib Mrs. Bammoa told her secret. BEPCBLZC STCCIAU Faeah. Kr- Aar. 1. After aa af of two ysars. Frank H. iceJsaa. M rears old. died her ta-dar. Ma is vlved by two fsiwtlw-rs. on f whoss la Harry Nelssa af St. lasuts. a travelsxsT an Aaaea. Teg- Aatr. Ml Th i sm this sectloa Is tsetse somewhat relieved sy rasas aaa saeasis ss isijssa SJ-I-CBUC taXCIAU aaa at as aaswva saac a awaa c-raa asttsa saas pat ha xaada. aafaw alM aasjsssssjwapss i t-ii5c taSic-r-HA: sSiijrii.