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VOL VIII NO 240 PENSACOLA FLORIDA SUNDAY SUN DAY MORNING OCTOBER 15 5 1905 PRICE 5 OTCNTR G
OVERSHADOWS OVEI SHADOWS THE THEFBVBR THEfW THEFEVER
fW y FEVER SITUATION SITUA TION
New Orleans More Interested Interestedn In InHIM InRyon n I
HIM Ryon o on n Bank Than Dread DreadYellow DreadYellow
Yellow ow Fever FeyerNINETiEEN ever everAnd
NINETEEN CASES CASESAnd CA ES ESAnd
And Five Deaths Reported in iinOrescent inCrescent inCrescent
Crescent City CitySaturday CitySaturday CitySaturday
Saturday SaturdayWEEK
WEEK BNDiNG IBN > DtING YESTERDAY YESTERDAYSHOWED YESTERDASHOWED YESrERDAYiSHoweDM
SHOWED SHoweDM MARKED RKED IMPROVE IMPROVEMENT IMPROVEMENT ¬
MENT 1 MD ltNDtaA DIOATU CATMG G THAT OER GERTAIN OERTAtNPROGR8SS OERTAiN
TAIN TAtNPROGR8SS PROGRESS WAS BEING BEINGMADE BEINGMAiDE BEINGMADE
MADE TOWARD oWt RD COMPLETE COMPLETEERAf4CATON COMPLETEERA COMPLETEERADICATION
ERADICATION ERA fCAiI1 N OF THE DIS DISEASE DISEASE DISEASE ¬
EASE
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Ne NW fed L LCet 7 7Cases YJI
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of a weak weakThe qo qone sig sige
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bws > J iN la She Shei er er8eaths IfJ IfJt
8eaths t dtewt II JwtllLlIIl 6 eeit + el artsC arts wll1MrlIfTi
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nda anrltel the ueel e end d of a ike 1Mteenth iii thir thirteenth It Ittenth ¬
teenth week ef the ight asjehint t + bMt bMtteer tb tblever the thefever
fever and ad it is not believed 1 the tJlea1l tJlea1lf au tamthorttie authorities ¬
thorities will m be actively engaged for formore fOrI
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I r more than two tw weeks longer longerInterest 1oapJrt fottngerinterest
Interest te the yellow uow fever r rtJou savor situation savorlion ¬
t lion was ocershadewed today tock hy the theattention Usesttentioo
attention given ftD to what wlaatthroqk is regarded regardedthroaght tat fed fedtbronjt
throaght the bosteess buJa oasaamattr as asan asas Mr
r as utterly unwarranted W naat e4 nut oa a theQenaania ther the J Jr
r Qenaania a Savings Baak With WltIi1 ever evereevea arcsj
j r seven million dollars deposits a awith aM aMI saidwlth
I with ttJa Investment 1aytl qent 8Rt in gilt edged securi securities secMC4ties > > eewftie ¬
ties tie the Genaaaia has been regarded regardedas repnIMit
as one c fII f the tkestromget strongest hanktes INuIktItcI tn tntitutons taatltatios
titutons in I the aomth aoatkLa ouhU i iAn
it An investigation IvestI ba tloa by the tlteIaoa dearing dearinghoase dearhghorse
horse Iaoa ooanaktee tee showed that the thebank thehank
J bank was able to pay JIlL all depositors depositorsin HpoIII HpoIIItD
in fill fu 11 anl 11 i then tl divide tore than thaneight t t1cht ttuat
eight t + hundred thousand t > ro s aid dollar dol among amongthe aMOACt armoogthe
the t stockholders stockbohlenITAtIANVICE stockholderst
t ITAtIANVICE ITAtIANVICECOUNCil ITAtIAN VICE VICECOUNCIL
COUNCil IS ISHONORED ISHONORED
HONORED
kpp i fy the King to the Rankof Rank Rankof RankCa
of CavaliereDecree CavaliereDecreeReoeirel CayalieleDecreeRoo Ca aIoreecreeeel
Reoeirel Roo eel Yesterday YesterdayffeeOoasvl Yest8fdayt Yesterdayiirt
iirt > lioi ffeeOoasvl tce Ooaa1 6 l B CaJtero CaJteroi tiemwie
t fj wie Ones i served een ta that potato J OIIItICIIa in inPeasaeaia laPlL Inrtriaele
PlL Peasaeaia ilL for the past nineteen years yearss yearnMs
Ms s been highly 1ai l hnasred by It ala nor poieraaNant norTnnsiaaj
eraaNant eraaNantTetAstBy 1101
Tnnsiaaj he received throas the theb theE
E t I1IIIae b t degree 4f the alas of Italy
t t in whsdk he te appointed 184 to the rank nuikof rankof aaket
of Qawdtore 0 of the Order of ottlae theF the theItaly
t F brad CNwa fIlltaly Italy This rank Isal Is Isvtce 1t11f
t al tape Gal ady vkecoast5Es vtce < onsnrs we bare barefseetr hnvead ilia iliafoe
fseetr it the tnrvlee foe foeaM e4dn0ee a aand ya + t t
I aM ad m tendered satisfactory satisfactoryrloa t 9er 9ervice
vice 1 Te be co honored by It the xtac xtacwhtd1 I
> Is a dhtttectioa which bat few receive receiveMi nNlftt
t Mi Mr Cfctero hro te therefore isthlba Jwty Jwtyof
lba of having received the decora aeootxdon decoraThe IecofaUac
don UacThe
The diploma setting 8et tiD < < forth the tMaleo detree de dere
tree re aleo give the tJa r vicecoM Ice eos s the ttieprivilege tMprhnege thegiv
privilege giv ilege of deooratinR Ug himself Ida with withthe wkkthe WItktbt
the cross c s of 0 the e Cavaliers
EMPERORS EM PiE E jlRS SIGN SIGNPEACE S IrGN IrGNPEACE
PtACy PEACE TREATY TREATYOet
f y Asewdmd tlilll lareu
WuhBctaL Get It 1 111y B Emperor
ef Russia ana an t the e Emperor of par
thit morning signed iign d their theirCJpi rrspeerire tif
CJpi e pips + s of Tht f >
pease f > treat treatotalli treaty tAus oft oftr
r mall eadlas 4iA the war ar arf
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FRENCH NAVY IS ISREADY
i READY TO TOST TOSTRIKE
s ST STRIKE STRIKES IKf IKfPatience
Patience Strained S tra ne But ButExhausted Not of Yet YetExhausted YetExhaustadby et
Exhaustadby Exhausted by Controversy ControversyWith
With Venezuela VenezuelaBy
By Associated Press PressWashington PressWasIrlngton PressWashington
Washington Oat 14 14Anotltw Aaothsr conference con conference conrence ¬
ference rence was iaW 8W today to ay between 1J t ea Sec Secretary S Searretary Qo Qoretary ¬
retary Root aa aR ad Pranek FrI k Ambassador AmbaeeadorJGesorand AmbassadorJueeeraad Ambae dol dollM6rand
Jueeeraad regarding the Vaaazuetaa Venesue1analtuaUon VaaazuetaaaltuaUoa VenenelnsltuaUon
altuaUoa Afterwards the statement statementwas
was made that French Fr patience while whilestrained wkUe3tralned whilestrained
strained wa wag not yet y t exhausted exhaustedAnother ex exrsustedAnother u ted tedAnot
Another Anot 9l effort will II be be m matfo lt to set settle settIe settie ¬
tIe the t e dtspttte fMslontatioaRy before beforereeortia Deforer8SOrt1ag beforereeort1
reeortia g to force In the meantime meantimea JItn me mea
a French wM1l warship lp Is bovariag within8triklag withinstriking within withinstriking
striking distance dl ta ce of the Venezuela Veauaelacoast Venezuelacoast I Icout
coast and Del others are ready read to fA join joinIt
It t oa short notice
VIOlATED THEJIM THEJIM THE
JIM CHOWIAIU CHOW CRO3LkY J
LkY IAIU tI ViV
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rBCroom 1 B Groom a aO Colored lPf lf Pl scathe scatheArrested fiei
I Arrested by the PoucH For ForViolating ForViolating ForViolating
Violating Same SameThe
The T fiat nIt vMation ef ftH the theCrow Jim HJmCrow JimCrow
Crow street Net oar Jaw wWck wJ c became becaaaaeffecttre becameegedtve
r effecttre Fridajr hauls Tiac been passed passedby HI8 8fl 8flJ
by 1 > y J the csttr oItrMI1 MNMCH ACteen f sea days pre preTfone prerloas
Tfone ooonrrtd tx OCeIII rxed yesterday morning morningwhen mornlniwItea mcrninwbea
when L 1 B OrettM ana a eotored preacher preacherwac
wac arrested ttpon t oa oanplaint oanplaintThe CGIIIt t trite
The arrest was Made by It Oaptain OaptainPondeWlUu Oaptainodebms
PondeWlUu 111 C Cfoom took a front seaton Hat aeatoa
oa one of th t the depot ears and ad refused refusedto retusddf
to n move ov 0 when the conductor aottjted aottjtedhhn JMI1t JMI1tJaIID Hetuedhim
him to let = et into the colored compart compartM notaprtmeat
meat M t CTOOM dnhned that ke had hadright ad artgit a arigIIt
right to a seat at ta any II portion 6f r the thecar UteCar theerr
car < after be and a4 paid ate II fara faraThe fareThe
The police were called for and andCroont andCroon acICroc
Croon Croc a was placed under arrest At Atthe AtUte Atthe I
the police station ttoa his JI bond bo i was wa fixed fixedat
at 1OW 110 which rag furnished The Thecs Thecue Thecase
cs cue will be heard Monday morning
in the recorders re nI s ceurt ceurtIt osnrtIt < Irt IrtIt
It is understood lIo el8toodtbat that the tI 111 wove yes yesterday Y8fjterday ¬
terday was the irK rst one looking 1ookI lookingwards toward to towards
wards a test te t of the new Jaw a ae and tl ttint ttintthe t tt
the th t e esaprrme case will be appealed to the state statesupreme stateroart
supreme court should other courts courtsuphold covrcsuphold cowrulIPhoIel
uphold the new ew law
COlORED BOY IS ISHElD ISHEAD
HElD FOR FORMURnER FORMURDER
MURDER MURnERIleged
Alleged that Tom Grice Pushed PusfiejAnother PushedAnother PushedAnother
Another Colored Boy Into IntoEsoambia IntoEscambia IntoEsoam6ia
Esoambia River RiverTeat Riverm I
Teat m w Qrioe + e a eoiarsd ed hoy rorea roreaLateen abott abottnineteen a1tMtJdMteea
nineteen years of age is am oooapnat oooapnatof mrwca t tQ
of Q the county W Jail 1R hag + ic been ntoeej Mec1there ntoeejthere IIIIeeIdIere
there and el heM y oa tile ta charge of atsierdsc ofatarder orrilU
atarder Grtas Ge1a parties r rilU 1iK at tIMItortIood the a aeiah aeiahborbood lpl lplbneiioW
borbood of ofk idCD MdXivid MdXividIt tii tiik
k is alleged that QHce Ie aad another anotherhor NotbermNaa other otherCIOIorecl
CIOIorecl hor wtIoee a eaL fnc In h
learned were were Mea to go oat Iat tatoi tatoiXaoambta abo aboBoateWa f fWa
Xaoambta Wa river rlT ia a sssaD all u row n w font fontnad heatand t taM
and later Once returned ret by It h1metI haaseu haaseuclaiming wereJalaloc
claiming I Lug that the other olaerfallen boy had hadfallen hatfallen
fallen overboard and Dctrowaed DctrowaedThis 4mwuedThis drowned drownedThis
This occurred arred near r XOI McJQavfd XQDa T1d and andstatements udltatfments andstatements
statements made make m e it appear thatOrlce that thatQrlce i itook
Qrlce took a dollar from th ue bee andthen and andthen uadl
then pushed heel nte tt from + Ou the boat into intothe Intothe
the river riverThe riverThe riverTLe I
The body ob has not ot yet et been recover recovered ¬
ed > d aiifcoaeh 11oQ a search is i being made madefor madefor
I
for is isGri i iGri iGrj
Gri c was wa arrested and n1 blioght to toths 0 I Iths
ithis ths city cit bj L Deputy Sheriff merit c
INTERN INTERNATIONAL A TIU NAl NAlAUTOMOBIlE
AUTOMOBIlE AUTOMOBIlECONTEST AUTOMOBILECONTEST
CONTEST CONTESTiFor
For or VanderbiltCupWon Vanderbilt an er ilt Cup upon Won by Hemery HemeryIn ems emsIn
In a French Ma Machine Machine a ¬
1
chine chineDISTANCE chineDISTANOE chineDISTANCE
DISTANCE OF 283 MILES COVER COVERED
ED IN BETTER THAN A MJLE MILE MILEMINUTESENSATIONAL A AMINUTE Al AMINUTESENSATIONAL
l
MINUTE MINUTESENSATIONAL SENSATIONAL TIME TIMEMADE TIMEMADE TIMEMADE
MADE BY LANOIA LANCIACAR IN ITALIAN ITALIANBy ITALIANCAR ITALIANCAR
CAR
By Associated Press PressJvtew PressNew Press3Yew
New York Oct 14 14A A French ma machine nUlchIne machins ¬
chine driven by 0 Horary HOIDr won the Inter International International International ¬
national auto race for the Vanderbilt VanderbHtcup Vaaderblltcup
cup on the Mineola L I course today todavH8Rlery
Hemery covered the e distance of 2KS 2KSfoe 883miles 8S 8SBlUes
BlUes foe in four hours thirtysix mlnut mlnutand minutes minutesand
and eight seconds seven minutes minut bet better hetter better ¬
ter than a mile a minute minuteHeath mluuteHeath minuteHeath
Heath who won test years etUs race in inan Inan inan
an American car and drove a French Frenchcar FrenchcarUlls Preachcar
car carUlls this year came in second Tracy Tree TreeIn
in an American machine third and andLancia an4LaneJa andLancia
Lancia In an Italian car fourth
Laneis time for the seven seven rounds roundswag roundsWIll roundswas
wag sensational the time being fAr furinside fArInside farinside
inside the mile a minute mark markThere markThere markThere
There were several accidents J1ur J1uring durlag lur luring ¬
ing the race but no one t > ne was k1It killed killedThe kflffJdThe 1 1The
The elapsed time at the close was wasas wasas wasas
as follows Hemery 4368 Heath
43940 Tracy 45826 Lancia Lancial1ve Lancial1vehours fivehours five fivehours
hours thirty one seconds secondsCAPTAIN secondsCAPTAIN eoondsCAPTAIN
CAPTAIN ELINN ELINNIS i
IS APPOINTED APPOINTEDHARBOR
I
IBY By < HARBOR H BOR MASTER ABER ABERlfriDROMBIESUCCEEDING
tc tciWd
lfriDROMBIESUCCEEDING iWd OBOMBIE Ofii6E SUOGEEDtNG WIL WILLJAMjOLSEN Wlrc Wlrf W1LUTAMOLSEN c
f LJAMjOLSEN L MJOLSEN DECEASED DECEASEDHarbor DECEASEDIirbor DECEASEDHarbor
Harbor Master J E Abercrombie Abercrombieappointed Abercroo Abercrombiehas bla blaae
has ae appointed Capt J M Flyan as asdeputy UdepuQ asdeputy
deputy harbor master to succeed Wil William WilJlam Wildata ¬
liam Olsen who expired plred during the thqfirst thefirst th thArilt
first portion of the week eek of yellow yellowfever yellowfever yellowfever
fever feverCaptain feverCIipta1n feverCaptain
Captain Flynn Is one of the oldest oldestharbor o1deetharbor oldestharbor
harbor pilot of the port and will no nodoubt nodoubt I Idoubt
doubt render satisfactory atl actory service ser inhis in inhis Inhis
his new position positionHe I IHe
He has ha served as master of a num number nUDlIter raniher ¬
her of the harbor tugs and is isthoroughly Isthoroughly I ItItl
thoroughly tItl tlgl y fa ftuniliar ttilar with the harbor
f
NEW YORK TEAM WINS WINSWORLDS WINSI SINSWORLDS
I WORLDS CHAMPIONSHIP CHAMPIONSHIPTakes
Takes Winning Game of Series eries From FromPhiladelphia FJomPhiladelphia FromPhiladelphia m
Philadelphia Americans by Score Scoreofs Scoreof Soreof
ofs of 2 to OrFans o = Fans Enthusiastic
By Associated PressNew Press PressNer PressNew
New York Oct HManager 14 Manager McGraw Mc Mcand MeGraw
Graw and his New York National NationalLeague NationalLeague NationalLeague
League champions were almost mob mobbod mobbod mobbed
bod by frenzied baseball enthusiasts enthusiastson
on the Polo Groundte Groun this afternoon afternoonthp afternoonthe
thp latter wild with delight when by bya
a score of 2 to 0 the Philadelphia PhiladelphiaAmerican PhlladelphiaAmerican PhiladelphiaAmerican
American league team was Imes as defeated defeatedand defeatedand
and the championship > cf the worldwon world worldwon worldwon
won by New YorkFive York YorkFive YorkFive
Five games were played in the post postieason postileason postseason
season series between the th two teams teamsand teamsand teamsand
and in each contest the defeated sidewas side sidewas sidewas
was shut out The fi flt first t game waswon was waswon waswon
won by New York in Philadelphia bythe by bythe bythe
the score of 3 to 0 The second seconditfhich secondphlch secondwhich
which was played here went w ntto to Phila Philadelphia PhllaeIphla Philalelphia ¬
delphia by the same sa score rc and the
other throe < were won by the New NewYorkers NewYorkers NewYorkers
Yorkers Mafthewson having the cred credit credoit ¬
it of winning three ganieg and Mc McGlnnity McGinnity McGInnity r
Ginnity winning one oneaud and losing the theonly theonly theonly
only one whlOh the American Leaguechapions League Leaguechapions Leaguechap
chapions chap Ions won wonBender WQIlBender wqnBender
Bender for the Americans opposed opposedMatthewson opposedMatthewiOn opposedMatthewson
Matthewson today and pitched pJtc ed giltege gilt gilto4ge giltI
o4ge e ge ball but New York was swift on onthe onthe onthe
the bases New York scored scored in the thefifth thefifth thefifth
fifth and eighth eilhthlnnings eilhthlnningsA innings inningsA
A summary of the score is as fal fallows falm falRBBE falIows
lows m
RBBE RBHHN R RBBENow BH B BNow
Now N ow York 2 5 2 2Philadelphia 2Philadelphia 2Philadelphia
Philadelphia 0 5 0 0The 0The 0The
The attendance was twentyfourthousand twentyfourthousand twentyfour twentyfourthousandand
thousandand thousand and the division of receipts receiptswill
will net each player of the th Nation Nationals Nationals ¬
als 1142 and the Americans 420
FIVE FIVELIVBS LIVES IIV S LOSTDURING LOSTDURINGSTORM LOST DURINaTER DURING DURING1EI
TER I2IFIC I IFIC STORM STOP M AT SB SEA A
By Associated Press PressNew PressNew PressNew
New York Oct 14Jjve 14 Five lives are areknown areknown areknown
known to have been lost l st and more morethan morethan morethan
than thirty persons injure injurosome < Mf some se seriously SdrIouslr seriously ¬
riously on the Cunard line line steamship steamshipCampania ateamshlpCampania steamshipCampaia
Campania last Wednesday when a gigentic gi gigantic glg ¬
gantic g ntlc wave rollled over the steamerand steamer steamerand steamerand
and swept across the th deck thick with withsteerage wIthsteerage withsteerage
steerage passengers p s engers The steamer steamerwag steamerwas steamerwas
was buried so deep that passengers paasengerswere passengerswere
were submerged submer ed to their th r waists as asthe 88the asthe
the Immense volumeo yolUIIlQQi water rolled rolledaft rolledaft
aft and then surged surgedfarward surgedfarwardAlthough forward forwardAlthough forwardAlthough
Although some of oft2e te thie passengers passengersBy passengersWILLIAMSON
It ItWlllIAMSO
r
WlllIAMSO WlllIAMSOSENI WILLIAMSONBy
SENI NGJD NGJDBy
By y AssocIatedlPrL AssocIatedlPrLPortland Asso Associated at d dPDrl1attd Pr ss
Portland Ore Oct 14 14Congress 14Congressmart Congress Congressman
man John N Williamson convicted of ofconspiracy ofconspiracy ofconspiracy
conspiracy to defraud the Federal Federalgovernment Federalgovernment Federalgovernment
government of public lands was sen sentenced sentenced sentenced ¬
tenced to ten months m nths Inpri80nmentMIS Inprisonment InprisonmentJMls4
JMls4 MIS MACKEY IS NOW NOWWOMAN f tWOMAN fWOMAN
WOMAN GOLF CHAMPION CHXMPIONBy CHAMPIONBy
By Associated Press PressNew PressN9w PressNew
New York Oct 14 14lI1ss Miss Pauline PaulineMackay PaulineMackay PaulineMackay
Mackay of the Oakley Country Countr Otob Otobof 011 011Watertown Olubof
of Watertown Matt won the wo womans woman womans ¬
mans man National Golf championship to today todadefooUng today ¬
day dadefooUng defeating Miss Margaret Curtis Curtisof CurtlIf Curtisof
of the > Essex ex Country Club of Man Manchester ltranhester Manchester ¬
chester Mass by one up in eighteen eighteenholes eishteulIo1es eighteenholes
holes
thought the Campania should have havestopped havestopped havestopped
stopped in the attempt to save those thosewashed thosewashed thoswashed e
washed overboard the officers say saythat saythat sa sathat y
that this was practically an impossi impossibility impossibility Impossibility
bility bilityBoth bilityIBoth bilityBoth
Both passsongers and officers say saythe saythe sa sathe y
the waves in the Wednesdays galewere gale galewere galewere
were the highest hlgh t ever seen At times timesthey Umesthey timesthey
they broke as high as the smoke smokeslacks smokestacks smokestacks
stacksAn stacks slacksAn stacksAn
An hour before the accident the theeecond thesecond I Ieecond
eecond officer on the thebridgo bridge was wasstruck was wasstruck wasstruck
struck by the descending crest of a awave aW6Ve awave
wave knocked down and rendered un unconscious unconscious Unconscious ¬
conscious consciousFOOTBALL consciousFOOT consciousFOOtBALL
FOOTBALL FOOTBALLBy FOOT B 4LL 4LLBy
By Associated Pressirlw Press PressJta4jR PressH
irlw Jta4jR 3HHlttfr i11 + e its alist a aHst
list H of the principal football games gamesplayed gamesplayer = e eplayed
played today todajUniversity todayUniversity todayUniversity
University of Michigan 18 Vadder Vadderbilt
bilt 0 0University OUnlvrsity 0Univa
Univa University rsity of Pennsylvania 17 NorthCarolina North NorthCarolina NorthCarolina
Carolina 0 0West OWest 0West
West Post Po t fi Virginia rginia Polytechnic PolytechnicIS
IS ISPrinceton
Princeton 4S Bucknell 0 0Yale OYale 0Yale
Yale 30 fury Cross 0 0Amherst OAmherst 0Amherst
Amherst 23 aBowdQln Bowdojn 0 0Syracuse OSyracuse 0Syracuse
Syracuse 27 Hamilton 0 0Universtty OUniversity 0University
University of Chicago Ch Cftgo 1 17 TJk Uaivarsity Uaivarsityot ersty erstyof
ot Inolana 5 5Clemson 6Clemeon 5Clemson
Clemson 6 University of Tannee Tanneesee Tennessee
see 6 6Harvard iHariaIdLI 5Harvard
Harvard HariaIdLI 18 Springfield SprjnC d Training
School 0
ULD ifKlBNDS IflU ENDS MEET ON THE BATTLE GROUND
BIG IMPROVEMENT IMPROVEMENTIN
I
I IN PEI PBNSACOLA ISACOLA
DOCTORS MU ST STREPORT I
REPORT AT ATONCE
ONCE ONCETo
To the State Board All Cases CasesYellow Of OfYellow OfYellow
Yellow Fever Which They TheyDiscover TheyDiscover TheyDiscover
Discover DiscoverPhysicians DiscoverP DiscoverPhysicians
Physicians P of the city must here hereafter hereafter hereafter ¬
after report all cases of yellow fever feveras
as soon as they are discovered This Thismust Thismust Thimust s
must be done to the State Health Offi ¬
cer the object being to have the fumi fumigating fumigating mmgating ¬
gating corps proceed at once < to the theresidence theresidence theresidence
residence and begin the work of fu fumigation fumIgatlon fumigation ¬
migation before the patient becomes becomestoo becometoo
too ill to be moved The following
letter was yesterday sent to city
Health Officer Pierpont in regard to tothis tothis tothis
this matter matterPensacola matterPensacola matterPensacola
Pensacola Fla Oct 14 1905 1905Dr 1905Dr 1905Dr
Dr J Harris Pierpont City Health HealthOfficer HealthOfficer
Officer of Pensacola PensacolaDear PensacolaDear
Dear Doctor DoctorIn In compliance with witha
a Resolution adopted by the City
Board of Health of Pensacola yes yesterday yosterday ¬
terday the thirteenth instant I have
to request that you will issue Insruc Insructlons Insructions insrucbons
tlons in most positive and emphatic emphaticmanner emphatIcmannor emphaticmanner
manner to all Practitioners of Medl Medlcine Medlcine Medicine
cine in Pensacola to at once report reportby reportby reportby
by telephone to the office of the tJteState thoState theState
State Health Officer in this City all allcases allcases allcases
cases of fever which cannot be ab absolutely absolutely absolutely ¬
solutely and positively excluded from froma
a diagnosis of Yellow Fever as well wellag weUa8 wellas
ag all cases of Yellow FeverMy FeverMy Fever FeverMy
My object in making this request requestis
is to be able to fumigate any house housewich housewatlch housetlch
wich tlch I may deem needful to be fu fumigated tumlgated fumigated ¬
migated for the purpose of destroying destroyingpossible destroyingpossible destroyingpossible I
possible yellow fever Infected mOB moequitoee mOBqpito8f1 mosgpbioes
quitoee without wi out waiting W lt1ngaevoral several days daysand daysand dayand
and perhaps not at all for a report reportof
of cases to be made to you of yellow yellowfever yelloWever yellowfever
fever ever If there is not an Ordinanoe Or iIfanoe of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the City of Pensacola which will en enforce enforce enforce
force this requirement you are asked askedto
to bring the matter to the attention attentionof
of the Mayor that the necessary an anthority 8Utwiity antbcdty
thority by law may be ceded to the theState theState theState
State Health Officer for this purpose purposeYours purpOSQYour purposeYoura
Yours very truly trulyJOS trul trulJOS trulyJOS
JOS Y PORTER PORTERState PORTERState PORTERState
State Health Officer Officeron OfficerDR
on B PORTER GIVES
= 1 NOTICE TO TOMAYOR TOI 5
I MAYOR MAYORThat
That Money i is s sWants Available But ButWants ButWants Bu t
Wants Support of o Officials OfficialsAnd
And Citizens CitizensMayor
Mayor Bliss yesterday y terday receive from fromState tromState fromState m
State Health Officer Porter a letter letterinforming Jetterln letteinforming r
informing ln him of the action of the thePresident theIPresldent th thPresident e
President of the State Board of Health Healthand Healthand Healthand
and asking the mayor for the t e enthus enthusiastic eMbulactic nthul188t1c ¬
lactic support of the ally oft officials o iclals as aswell aswelT aswell
well as the citizens The letter is asfollow as asfollow asfoUow
follow
Pensacola Fla Oct 13 1906Hon 1905 1905Hon U06Hon
Hon Chas H Bliss BlissMayor BlissMayor
Mayor 8101 City Cat of Pensacola Fla FlaDear FlaDear FlaDear
Dear Sir StrThe The President of theState the theState theS1ate
State Board of Health under the anthority au authority authorlty ¬
thority of the Governor and Oomptrol OomptrolleI ¬
leI of the state has empowered me as acState asState asState
State Health Officer Omc r to strenuouslyprosecute strenuously strenuouslyprosecute strenuou strenuouprosecute
prosecute the work of yellow fever fevereradication fevererai1catlon feverera
eradication era icatlon from Pensacola and to re redouble redouble redouble ¬
double energetic action in this direc direction directwn direction ¬
tion To accomplish this purpose per permission perminion permission ¬
mission has been granted to the State StateHealth StateHealth StateHealth
Health Offlcer O leer to use u e such an amount amountoi
oi the State Board of Healths funds fundstc
tc t prosecute rotIeCute an energetic fight against againstyellew againstellOw againstyellow
yellow fever along such scientific lines linesiu
iu a in I his Judgment will meet the situa situation sltuatJbA sitnatrn ¬
tion but I am instructed by the Pres President Preilkesat PresIdeat ¬
ident of the Board is i a telegram from fromhim fromhim fromhim
him late last evening eveBln that the conof conoftfons con condlfBoma J JUans
tfons of this tender q state a assistance assistanceare atit stance stanceare tanceare
are so long as the State Health Officer Officershall Officershall Officershall
shall rcelve enthusiastic support and andhearty andhtarty andhearty
hearty cooperation C < of the Pensaeoia Pensaeoiapublic Pensa80lapublic Penaacolapublic
public at large I shall be glad tocanter to tocooler tocooler
cooler with you and Dr Horace L LSimpson LSURpon LSimpson
Simpson the resident residentmeJPber member nre > pber of the theState theStete 1
State Board of Health on this subject subjectas I
as the President requests reque t5 that whatever what whatever whateter ¬
ever action is taken and Dd undertakes
that the le State Health Authorities musthave must musthave muSthaTe
have a clear understanding un of the ex extent extPDt extent ¬
tent of 0 authority auaorl to be granted by the thecity thecity h hcity
city to do the work as well as a thetent the a ateat etent >
tent and proportion of the service and andexpense antlexpense andexpense j
expense which will be expected to beborne b bI be beborne
borne oorneby by the city goverBeeflt goverBeefltVery gOV8J1lPl gOV8J1lPlVery govet is nt
Very trulyJOS truly trulyJOS trulyJOS
I
JOS Y PORTBR PORTBRState PORTBRState PORTBRState
State Health Officer
0 Only n YEle Eleven Yen Cases and One Detfc DetfcReported Da DaReported
Reported to Health HealthAuthorities HealthAuthorities HealthAuthorities
Authorities AuthoritiesMUCH AuthoritiesMUCU
MUCH ENCOURAGED ENCOURAGEDDr 1 1Dr
Dr Porter aster Attributes Decrease To ToPersistent ToPersistent T 0 0Persistent
Persistent Fumigation FumigationVICTIM
VICTIM REPORTED WAS W M MCROSS MCROSS CdCROSS
CROSS WHO HAD BEEN ILL ILLFOR ILLFOR 1 1FOR
FOR SEVERAL DAYS DAYSSTATE DAYSSTATEHEALTH STATE STATEHEALTH frATEHEALTH
HEALTH OFFICER WILL CARRY CARRYON CARRYON
ON O l FIGHT WITH RENEWED RENEWEDVIGOR RENEWEDVIGOR RENEWEDVIGOR
VIGORFollowing VIGOR VIGORFollowing VIGORFoll
Following Foll wng is the u official ana anamary 8WDiY summary
iY mary of fie yellow fever thus akraatkm MtuatIon thustion
tIon up to last night nightNew nitNew
14 New cases U UT 1XTotal
Total T tal cases to to date 334 334Deaths 334De 334Deaths >
Deaths De tha yesterday 1 1Total
Total deaths to date dateQue 11Oases K
Cases l Discharged ar5841 IU 111Co 1S1Cases
Case Co ee uDder treatment trtm 17 111
i
Je Xt iffr
Last nights yellow f fever report reportshowed r reportshowed on onshoved
showed a great improvemaat la thesituation the thesituation tbesft
situation sft Iation in Pensaeoia The Thereport Tk1 Tk1report Thlielttlreport
report was wa eleven new CUM ea eg aad tJMIdeath one onedeath onedeath
death a deereaae ileerea leer e of ofover eighteen eaeec enaeaover eaeecover
over the day previous and atoo a de decrease liecreaSQ decrease ¬
crease in the death rate roteThe raterhe rateThe
The report caused Dr Porter and andall H4Iall ad adall
all of the he health lth official o ciae to becomemore becomemore become beooIaemore
more cheerful and it will BO doubthave doubt doobthave doahthave
have a similar effect ttpoa fOIl the reel reeldan Nsidents
dan dents ta of the u city especially e eIaU elally tn thwho tbee tbeewho M Mwho
who lad become worried owing to tie tieprevi4uK tJileprevJ4u theprevius
previ4uK dayf dq report reportThe reortThe repoctThe
The New N des CasesThe Cae Cues CuesThe s sThe
The new oa oseds ee reverted re by the php phpsteians ph phslelans phslelans
slelans Jut night nf bt ads a follows followsMrs followMn followsMrs
Mrs F Gerl Bast JlutCbareh Church afreetMrs 1JtJetlrs street street1lrs
Mrs Liger No 7 Ea But t Desotostrret DeSoto DeSotosteret DeSotosteret
steret steretArthur steretArthur strretArthur
Arthur Reed 512 West Wrlgrt Wrlgrtstreet Wrlgttstreot t tstreet
street streetMiss streotMfe streetMiss
Miss Alice MoLeitea MoL M Iaa He 0 North NorthNinth NorCkNinth NorthNinth
Ninth avenue avenueAlbertio avenue avenueAlbertlo veaueAJbertlo
Albertio VermlllftM 125 25 Heinbur Heinburstreet Helnbulrstreet > g gstreet
streetJohn street streetJohn streetJohnWlJIJamsl
John JohnWlJIJamsl Williams H4 1f But t DeLeeit DeLeeitstreet DeLe DeLestreet < m mstreet
street streetHenry streetHenry streetHenry
Henry Rogers Bt Gregory street
Joe Brock Twelfth avenue and S Samanca SI1maDca SeL SeLamanca <
amanca street streetBill streetBill treetBUl
Bill Daniels til 11 last at Belmont
street streetMrs streetlIrsW streetMrs
Mrs lIrsW W J Ham 411 Bast at Cervantesstreet Cervantes Cervantesstreet Cemats
streetw street streetW s treetW
W B Smith colored color > 215 North
Bug street
streetThe
The One Deatfe Deatfeone DIQuThA
The one death oectnrrla was w that thatof thatof thatof
of W M Cross C of Gregory and
Coyle Ooy street str II He
bad been ill f > r rseveral ra rseveral
several a v8ra1 days having bavin rlDc been reportnd reportndas report reporta nd ndas
as a a yellow fever patient in Thurs Tburda ¬
days da report His wife is I also ill wish wI
the fever feverThe reverTk
The Tk deceased conducted ed a small soapstore smallstore lIIaDatore
store at the corner of Gregory ate ateeoJ and are
Coyle eoJ streets reets but some weeks weekssecured a aseeured ago agosecured >
secured employment as one on of tbs u >
fumigating fumigatlD51orce force where it is supposqft uppoMje
he e contracted the diseaseHe disease M MHe
He was wa a member of Van Bur Buren a
lodge No 875 I O O T of Chicago CbJca + h
Ill aDd the funeral will be under underthe underthe
the auspices of the Us local Odd < > d w
lows Theservices Th The 1lerT1e services win be conduct conducted con condu condueel rl UI UIed ¬
ed at 10 oclock at the ttstJertakiparlors undertaki 9 J
parlors of Northup rt1lop A Wood and rn rninterment tr trJnterlftent tnInterment
interment will be In St Johns J cem
tery
Dr Porter Encouraged EncouragedState
State Health Officer O cer Porter Portermuch WI WImueh wumach
much encouraged last J Is at night when whenphysicians t tphysicians h hphY8lcfa
physicians submitted their report reportshowing reportsshowing
showing only 0111 eleven new cases
When asked about the situation h hfJ h9stated < t tstated
stated that he attributed the decrease decretstIn + t
In eases to the persistent and vig vlgr vlgGus > r rous
Gus 00 manner in which he fumi fumllatlll atln + x
had been conducted and now c h h1 h1the nlthe r rthe
the cases had commenced to rJecr decrta a atile athe
the fignt will be
continued with ith i inewed r rnewed rflowed
newed vigor in the hope of 0 stampn stampnout
out the disease at as early a da date datepossible to topossible l lpossible
possible I am very greatly enc enCf1lr enCf1lraecl ir iraged iraged
aged said the state Health office OmefIt officerIt >
It shows the result of thorough fmigetion fu fumigation f fmlgatJoa ¬
migation which is noar HOT no being bein < d die dveto < v < e eto
to a larger larK extent than heretofore heretoforeFumigating heretoforeFumigating heretoforeFumigating
Fumigating Houses HooeesThe HO HousesThe 8M 8MThe
The fumigating force which hag b3
been increased tacressdby by the addition of one onehundred 1J1 1J1hundred e ehundred
hundred men did some xcellent w Wj Wjyesterday < > tc tcyesterday kyesterday
yesterday The report of Ira K Kn Knned7 + n nnedy nnedy
nedy and lid DMJetnbere D AJember e last ni nishowed n nshowed nshowed
showed that during yesterday nn nintrtwo nntytwo nlnn nlnnt7t0
tytwo houses had been fumigated v vtbe vthe v vthe
the force This work will continue continuethYougfc continlltJrrough continuethrough
through Svaday as It is the dpsir desirto r rto =
to cover the city a ere qtriefcly tfI akly as possi ¬
ble
STRIKE OF Or = ELECTRICALWORKERS ELECTRICAL ELECTRICALWORKERS ELECTRICALWORKERS
WORKERS IS ENDED ENDEDSTRIKE ENDEDBy
By + Associated Pr PrBerta P PJta Press PressBerItn
Berta < Jta Oct 14 14rTJait The strike of eic eictrfcal ejctrIQal eietrkl
trfcal workers has ended the com companies cnr cnrpealea fh fhpB ¬
panies pB a agreeing to a be e per cent in increase Jbcrease ii iicrease ¬
crease in wages The result te a Tic Tictery 110for Tictry
try for the employees

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