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Up Ifcport of Fever Situa SituaZfaW BitUflti SitnatiE1
ZfaW i tiE1 t in New Orleans Orleanst
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VArdaman of Mississippi MississippiI
I A Strict Quarantine of All Allrn Ailin
rn 1 His HI State Against New Or Orfnly Orn1 Orilght
fnly n1 Slight light Spread of Fever FeverOrleans Feverr FeverOrleans
1 r
Orleans July 31 31ottt 31Offlal Official lal roJWtbu ro rethe
JWtbu 14 the city board of health to theb4ttrd the theItoftfd
Itoftfd 4 of 20 now no oaaus and three threuM threoaaklns threetaiaking
M making a total of 227 cades cades4i cn cuttusri oll olll ollcatha
l 4i ri deaths to date Indicate a very veryfcMpresd vcryr veryreread
fcMpresd reread r ad of tho yellow cUow fever hero herol lIerolIow heroibow
l itoow lIow all cases traceablo to the thefyfttf theAl
fyfttf Al 1 Infection Eighteen of tho thoj thoI theeats
j eats cis > 9s I arc Itallnnu one an Amur AmurS0 Amure
e S0 o a Frenchman and one Gerraaa GerraaaHit Ocrmlulktflvo GermaaV
V lwt ktflvo Hit five aro below Canal street andof and andi nudot
i of them In tho French marketIon market marketIttOh markett
t IttOh IOn One of those above Cana cun Is Isfuglnoor Isnglnoer Isengineer
engineer of the steamship CreganlMa Cregan CrcganjNMte Creganreported
jNMte reported from Central ntrat Amorl Amorltree AmorlhtoO Amentlttoe
tree others arc Italians wHo wHon wbout wllotout
n tout out ut of tho lower district and tho thoIn thoa theIs
In A young lawyer whore Intuedoubtless infoc Infucdoubtlols
8 doubtless traceable to the fact factfi factkLa tacthis
fi his dally duties carried him to topi toi tocivil
pi i civil < < district court Tho court courtWealed courtl
sated l eltea next to the historic Oablldo Oablldoifa OnblJdolit
ifa I lit A itonoa throw of tho French FrenchCei FrenchttTwo Frenchtit
Cei ttTwo tit Two of tho three reported reportedJfc reportodit
Jfc it kit are of Italians There is still stillrf lUllfOrt attlireport
rf report fOrt ort of Now cases from outlying outlyingttlGfi outlyingICt1 outlyingDoti
ttlGfi ICt1 I
mOlt disquieting news In the thefavor thefovor thefavor
favor situation today is tho ev evthat evthat evthat
that panic Is Increasing In the thor tbttownl thetowns
r towns of Louisiana and Missis Missisand Mllllan4
1 and that a disposition Is grow growto growto growto
to revive rovl the disastrous cbramor commerbltuantlnne cbramort cnnmor cnnmor4t1aranUn08
t 4t1aranUn08 iarantlnos of 1897 when some somef somoountr somecountry
f ht Country ountr towns even refused to toVe tove toee
Ve Ice or hardware from Now Or Ori OrOolumbln OrColumbia
i Columbia La lahnr bars all kins kinsArohAndlso kinat kins9lrohandlso
ArohAndlso t cbndlao except hardware hnrdV re Utl UtlJMtit UtlIse
JMtit Ise will 111 not receive freight of ofTitlnd ofInd alInd
Titlnd Ind Oayka Mlw Mts will tnko tnkofroU tnkotral tnkofruit
fruit tral or vegotablos eetablOli Jackson Ui UiBO I Iao laiq
iq ao household articles arU loa from Now NowLp Newi
i Lp p I Bevorl towns In TcnnunsoQ TcnnunsoQothers TlIlI1lt Tennossooothers co coother
others along lon tho MlRiliislppI MIRBIR IPI1 Val Valf Valto4 Vattoad
f toad In Mlssloslppt rofiuo to allow allowircii nllowt1I allowess
ircii ess matter of any kind to be put putt IHltPort
j t Port Gibson will not take bread brendanything breadt brunll7thlnr
t anything 7thlnr wrapped In burlap that thaty thatbe
y be shipped from this city Some Sometfeo Bomtthe mu muUte
Ute Texas towns are 10 asking that thatf thtatl thatIltalla
f MtJU > atl bo fumigated
Qwranatlne Hurts uslnesa IuslnesaU I Iu
u 4t the movement to quarantine quarantinefMffht QurnuthJlht e eht
fMffht ht spreads prund Now Orluan will HUe sufHpi HUeuch stirt
t Hpi N ttauoh uoh more crlouuly rlouaal than from from4A fromtovor from fromeke
4A eke lover Itself ttaolf4U ItselfUp UIiOItt1
Up t1 to tho prurient there has ha been been4M beenr beenal beenI
4M I r local al apprvhutislou apJuuhtln lou of a dangerous dangerousi danB6roulittmlo daugerous4lltlomlo
i 4lltlomlo Ccmlo and It was bollovod that itboards it Ifj itard
j it boards ard of health In other states statesUvid ItatclItd atatustd
Uvid td td up rigidly to their UH lr agreement agreementto
to place any restrictions trlcttou upon u n the theportatlon tuvportatlon tll tllOftutJon
portatlon OftutJon ot freight tliero would wouldonly wouldani wouldw
w > only ani a slight reduction of byiluea byilueax blJllucathG bgalneaud
x ii d the chief inconvenience would bv bvtho bQtho buthe
tho ability of country countr people plc to toM tome tono
me M here and of New Orleans pcoplo pcoplolo iwoploto
lo 0 co Itu oilut southern towns and ILnd1Uaa andqua
qua 1Uaa
Anticipating quarantines most of the thetottlncBa thewln thebYslness
tottlncBa wln 1I houaw with lth the tb discovery of ottnrr
also is fear wtred their t lr itruruenurs not notji notcom notcoma
ji com to town Iu but to remain In IniJftt4r Inr Inr
iJftt4r r territory trrl HO that they Hilt might tnlghtvol mightTkVOl mlghlY01
TkVOl Y01 fnviy ftt ant and nU Mend In n tlmlr ordern ordernUsual oNcns1lual orwlertttsuat
Usual Uurinx the th imvalonco of tho thoiiekae tbtel thtVelutes +
Velutes iiekae el s but l lau u If > f tuere bltl U an embargo embargoVl embargoytoa
Vl ytoa i 01 < w freiGht tiw 11t n N Nrn N > t6 W Orlwma drum drumMHTB drumera Jrnwm
era will m na 11tl l t I ir I r M ueufwduesa ofuue rlUl1 n at an anfti anand anHtt
Htt fti and New N ot Olt HNk u + natural ural bun bunTho t taMi busts
aMi s will nt bu llhl11 ditcttd to tttltr atht r IlOltab IlOltabTh + olats olatsThe
The Th depopulatuvn n or tk tkr I MiKtkIpi MiKtkIpiCalf DiJawtrrsippiiialt balll balll1t >
Calf 1t coast tow towns > > oC sHramer MWint Mluur r visitors visitorsfrom IUor IUorfrom tenorstrom
from New Orleans rttsrrswwtes ronmi un i ovrmg toGorornor to toOovoroor tooolcmor
Oovoroor YardamaM a arturnwdatluq arturnwdatluqj ti rmiaaUm htfnthlUul1that rmiaaUmthat
j that thtw tb towns aka ha bar h t1S HO cam camtnunlcationv Mlnmunltat1on 1K11ainunlcUons
tnunlcationv with Now Nu Orwm Or TX TXot nconmot T1te T1tegovernor
governor ot rnor j said aid d that he v4ai Ulli not n i UU 4aJge 4aJgeflora uJt uJttrow KM KMfrom
from bU 11 position H IUou It ovtr > nun wo wonan WOoIRq ruesart
nan and child OR the th oot 00 pen iH toanl toanl2y oaaly
2y y aputaliHi t ll to hint lie sand Uavlnc Uavlncout IeartngV
V out ou tl tbp o oo cost t Jo human huma lift lItn an epWom epWomlo p Ow OwQ
lo Q of g f U ffftor f et oa o U utt i n woaW < < 01
5 hYi a
Bens of theso towns to be bottled up upand upand j jand
and cat mullet and crabs and escape escapethe escapotho escapethe
the yellow fever than to get all tho therevenue thorevenue thorevenue
revenue they can out ot the refugees refugeesand refugeesand refugeesand
and have one case of yellow fever feverAmong feveramong feveramong
Among them themMuch thomMuch themMuch
Much Sympathy for Memphis MemphisMuch MemphlaIluch MemphisMuch
Much sympathy la felt here for the thtCity theCity theCity
City of Membts which has been com compelled compolled ¬
polled to quarantine New OrleansagAlnst Orleans Orleansagainst Orleansaaln
against aaln t her will On the flsatreport flxit report of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the fever that city sent a represent representalive representtlve repre enta entatlve
tlve here who put himself In close closetouch clolotouch closetouch
touch with tho situation and saw no nonecessity nonocS nonocgsslty
necessity nocS lty for quarantine Quarantlneald ar aid d tho thohealth thohealth thehealth
health authorltes would doubtless have havekept havekcpt havekept
kept their promise not to bar New NewOrleans NewOrleana NewOrleans
Orleans refugees If the imposition of ofquarantines ofquarantines
quarantines by other cities against againstMemphis ngulnsMemphis againstMemphis
Memphis had not forced them to act actIn actIn actin
In selt selfdefense selfdefenseSome BoJrdolonloSome defenee defeneeSome
Some Inconvenience has been felt feltby feltby feltby
by the Chattanooga quarantine Many Manywelltodo Manyweli fnn fnnwelltodo
welltodo weli to do people here wore sending sendingtheir senBlngtheir lSon tn tntheir
their families to Lookout for tho rest restof restof restof
of the season sc son but the putting up of oftho oftho ofthe
tho bars at Chatanooga will divert divertNew divertNew divertNow
New Orleans travel from that point pointThe pointThe pointThe
The board of health b alth repeated today todayits todnyIta todayits
its anouncomcnt that the destruction deatructlonof
of bedding and household property has hasno ha hano basno
no place In n Its campaign dnd that no nosuch nosuch nosuch
such waste of property will be at attempted nttempted attempted ¬
tempted In former epidemics here heromillions heremmlonfl heremillions
millions of dollars worth of household householdproperty hou householdproperty ehotd ehotdItroport
property was destroyed In the effort effortto
to exterminate tho supposed germ of ofyellow ofolluw ofyellow
yellow olluw fever
Quarantine Rigidly Enforced EnforcedJtckwm EnforcedJackson EnforcedJackson
Jackson Miss July Jul 31 31oovernor 31oovernorVardaman 31GovernorVardaman Governor GovernorVardaman
Vardaman has returned from tho Gulf GulfKoajit Gulftoa Gulftoast
toast toa t country where ho went for con conferouce canference conference
ference with marine hospital service servicemen sorvlcemen servicemen
men and reports all quarantine QUQrantlnemat QUQrantlnemattera mat matters mattuna ¬
tuna In good shape Ho was besieged besiegedto
to lot the coast have communication communicationwith
with New Orleans but turned a deaf deafear denfcar deafear
ear to all entreaties The governor governorappointed governorappolntd governorappointed
appointed Adjutant General Fridge to tolook tolook tolook
look after land matters and gave him hima
a dozen men to assist him In the theevent theevent theevent
event those are not enough to keep keepquarantine keepquarntlne keepquarantine
quarantine machinery in good order orderGeneral ord orderGeneral r rGenaral
General Frldgo Is to have more He Hoalso Heaillo Healso
also states that he has arranged arlQnG d bars barsto 1Jnrato barsto
to keep all mosquitoes from Infected Infecteddistricts Infectcddhltrlcts infecteddistricts
districts Surgeon VYasdln report that thatthere thatthore thatthere
there Is not a suspicious case In Bay BaySt DoySl haySt
St Louis
No Fever at t Gulfport QulfportMobile GulfportMobllo GulfportMohtlo
Mobile Ala July 31 31Spclnl Special from fromGulfi fromOUlrllOlt fromGulfport
Gulfi OUlrllOlt > ort Miss M III says saysYesterday paysYesterday a8 a8YCMlrdu
Yesterday a L doctor said ho had a acao ncUo aease
ease of yellow ollow fever and the authorl authorities authorllicit authorlties ¬
ties went to him and brought him down downand dOwnand dowuand
and ho acknowledged he lied and they thoytnudo tho tholUltda theytnudo
tnudo him sign a statement that he helied helied helied
lied liedAn
An ordinance was us passed hero yus yustorduy yusterday 08 08tordu
torduy tordu to this effect effectAny effuclAll effectAny
Any All purs person u making statements statementsabout atatemontabout statementsabout
about yollow Qilow feyor In n Gulfport that thatis thRthi thatIt
is proven untrue uotr o will bo fined from fromISO fromSO
ISO SO to 100 100Tho 1001ho 100Tho
Tho cltli clllrttn eau nH of Gulfport have offered offeredmoney offercdmone offeredmoney
money mone to protect the coast coastDr conat1r coast1r
1r Wnidln and Dr Donald 1 > of the theUnited thlUnttod theUnited
United States marine serving aon norvl are hero heroand heroan1 heroand
and state tnh that under ltllh r prtAfrnt ltr nt condi conditions touRItlons eon eontions ¬
tions there i III no chance for yellow elloV fe fever tetlr fevur ¬
ver tlr to gal 1 OH tho coast They Th y went wentto wentto wentto
to Lumberton yesterday tStlrtt and pronounc pronounced ronount ronountcd ¬
ed a caw uut In the woods about a amile amile
111 mile from luml Iuulhlrton ertnn yellow 01l0 fever feverand teTcrlul feverand
and lul have surrounded urroiiu urrolUht ll 1 the house with withsoldiers wltbloldlOta withsoldiers
soldiers to pruvcut nUI the tb dlseaso from fromvprvadlng froml frontspreading I
spreadingThe spreading vprvadlngTho l ladl11l ladl11lTho
Tho rovouuf ro ntf cutter 1nona has been beenordered b beenordered n nordor
ordered ordor to Oulfport and Captain ptaln T J JJoaea JJoaeIOut JJoaesssout
JoaeIOut Joaea ent his launch Grace Dunbar Dunbarto
to protect this i tort > ort
Fever on Board Steamer SteamerNow SteamerN SteamerNew
Now N York July 5U USntHltecn Seventeen perions per pertons perlonl
tons were era removed from the steamer uteomortkguranca steamerSeguranca te ur urlaurana
tkguranca laurana and transferred to the de destontlon detention detoDUon ¬
tention hospital for observation when whenthe wbenthe whenthe
the setacuer lotam r arrived < from CV Colon > lon to today todart today ¬
day Two of thwe t went re Urn class elansand eiaHIImd classand
and five G second < < oud ctaxs cabin puiarngnnt puiarngnntad pwongerasad uC r rId
sad ad t ten n were el1l meaWrs 111 1DWn rs of the tb t steawurs suaw suawI tatlt tatltur
ur urs cwvw < 1 19t
I 9t gat of tae crew e w had been r 11 dor dorlag dntaUI dertng
lag th the < f puute nth pasage IW lIsa MW < < of the t steamer itatarbut I1tuarbut steamerbut
but alx lx of thvm wore reported portfod to he b bOOQ bet
OOQ t + onvpleeeent t W wbea lt the 8e unu a arI ar arrlrod
rI rlrod tc tcFuur tott tottr1rur
Fuur 1L AtPreut f tae ecewr C tW MI MItUtr r > ie ielw
lw yaUW tUtr lever Iy
HAJ Huls REo1iO SONS SONSREo1iO TG say sayBofors tY tYBofore
Before Grand Jury la InOotton InOottonReport Cotton CdttonReport CottonReport
Report Leakage Cases CasesWOULD CasesWOULD CasesWOULD
His HI Attorney Appear Apper Beforpt Befor Judge JudgeWfl JudgeWIJht Judg1Wtight
Wfl WIJht ht In Washington and Claimed ClaimedExemption ClaimedEiimtlon CaimedEtiemptlon
Exemption for Their ThelrOllent Client on Con Constitutional Conettutlonal ConMitutional ¬
stitutional Grounds GroundsWashington GroundValhJngton GroundsSVashington
Washington July 31 Tho ho o case cns80f cns80fMoscs of ofMoses ofMoses
Moses Haas one of the recalcitrant recalcitrantwitnesses recl11eltmntwitnessDs recalcitrantwitnesses
witnesses from Now York before the thegrand thogrand thegrand
grand jury In tho cotton report leak leakago leakage leakkage
age cases washeard by bJudge Judge S yrjgut Wrlg1tof yrjgutof rlgat rlgatof
of the criminal courtToday court Today Mr lr Haas Haaswas Haaswns Haaswas
was In the court room for the first firsttime ftnlttime firsttime
time Mr Beckbam me other otbf r wit witness witsness U UnClls
ness Involved was also present presentMessrs JtresentMossrs presentMessrs
Messrs Birney and Alter again ap appeared appenred appoured ¬
poured for Haas and 3r Blrney BlrnePfto BlrnePftolonted PW prosonted PWonted
onted the defendants answer to the thegrand tbegrnnd thegrand
grand jury presentment He quoted quotedfrom quotodfrom quotedfrom
from the report of the leakage made madeby mndeby madeby
by Secretary Secretar Wilson and said that in intho Inthe inthe
the secretarys statement concerning concerningMmself concerningbtmselt concerninghimself
himself were true they involve nvolve bumIn him himIn
In an accusation of crime rgainst rgainstthe rsnlnsttho egalnsttho
tho United States Hence his refus refusal r rofusal fus fusIII ¬
al to testimy t 8Umy on the ground that his bistestimony blstestlmon histestimony
testimony testlmon would have a tendency to tocriminate tocrlmlDnte tocrlminate
criminate himself He claimed to be beexempt beexemllt beexempt
exempt from tho requirement toltestlfy toltestlfyon totestilyon to testify testifyon
on constitutional grounds and urged urgedthaj urgedtbgt urgedthat
that he bad Intended no cotempt ad adconcluded adconcluded adconcluded
concluded as follows followsThis foUowsThis followsThis
This respodcnt further says thathis that thathis thathis
his refusal to answer the questions questionspropounded Questionspropounded questionspropounded
propounded to him before the sold soldgrand laidgr saidgrand
grand gr nd jury were in good faith and andonly andOD andonly
only OD because ho really believed believed that thatto thatto thatto
to nnawer said questions or any of ofthem ofthemwould ofthemwould
themwould them would or might tend to Incrlmin Incrlminate Incrlmlnate Incriminate
ate him in connection with the said saidBdwln saidEdln saidI
I Bdwln Holmes and subject him to a apenalty apenn1ty apenalty
penalty or forfeiture and such refusals refusalswere refunlwere refusalswere
were not nor was any of them made madein mndeIn madela
in contempt of the court or of the thesaid thesaid thesaid
said grand Gral d jury or with any purpose purposeto i ito
to Impede or obstruct the administra administration admlnlstratlon administration ¬
tion of justice but only In further furtherance lurtheranco furthersante ¬
ante of his hl claim of privilege under underthe underthe underthe
the constitution and laws of the Unit United United Unitsod ¬
ed States as hereinbefore set forth forthAnd forthAnd forthAnd
And this respondent verily erll believes believesthat bellevcBthnt believesthat
that It ho shall answer the said questions ques questions Questlons ¬
tions or any of them his answers will willor willor willor
or may tend to incriminate him ai aiaforesaid IIntoreanld asaforesaid
aforesaid aforesaidThe ntoreanldliTho aforesaidThe
liTho The premises considered your our re respondent reapondeDt reapondent ¬
spondent respectfully submits that he heshould bebonld heshould
should not bo require to answer the thesaid thenld thesaid
said nld ciucHtlons aforesaid utoro ald and that the thesaid theRld thesaid
said rule should be discharged dischargedWilson dlschargcdNWilion dischargedWllaon
Wilson Will Not Not Resign ResignWashington RealgnWashluKton Resignaahiugton
Washington July 31 318ecretAryVU 318ecretAryVUlion Secretary Wll Wllson WIson
son of the department of agriculture agriculturetoday tKfl rtgrlculturetoday ulture ulturetodR
today todR characterIzed as wholly boHr with without without without ¬
out foundation the story that he will willresign willrelll willresign
resign relll n from the cabinet because b cRuso of the theExposures thexposnros theexposures
Exposures exposures of the cotton leak Youmay You Youmay Youmar
may states he said emphatically emphaticallythat elUJlbal1callthat
that I shall not resign
Ocean Liner In Flames FlamesNew FlameNew FlamesNew
New York July 31 31Ftrc Fire which whichthreatened whlcbthratenod whichthreatened
threatened destruction to the steam steamUne IlcamUne steamlAne
Une lying at her pier in the North Northriver Northrlr Northriver
river at the foot of Eleventh street streetbrokv streetbroke
broke out early Friday Frida night and nd be before betoro befora ¬
fore It wan wa extinguished did damage damageamounting dam damamounting damageamounting
amounting to more than 15000 15000In 6000 6000In 5000In
In the electrical rooms In which the theflro theftro thetare
tare started nearly n rly all of the machincry machin machinery machlncO ¬
cry was damaged and the enltre eteatrio elec electric tlleeotrlc ¬
trio working of the ship war was interrupted Inter Interruptcd Interuptcd
ruptcd Water ahr poured pou Into the room roomand roomAnll momand
and ran down Into tho engine cl1 ln and it itU ItIs Ita
U a thought that they tbo are also dam damaged damed damaged ¬
agedII aged ed edail
ail II Ig Timber CompanyChartered CompanyCharteredBirmingham CemCharteredDlrmtnJham CernpawyCharteredBirmingham
Birmingham Ala July Jul 51The Su Suwane SuVon Suwanea
wane Ttmbur eonpar was charter chartered chartered ¬
ed in the probate prJbat8 court nador the new newcorporation n nC newcorporation
corporation C taws of Alabama The Thecompany ThocompaQ Thecowpaay
company own 150000 l tOOO acres of Geor Georgia GtoorcIa leorgia ¬
gia Utab timber r lands and ts f composed composedof
of 1L U J Chandler K K A Gilbert GU rt and aadR u4dn andU
R jr FraceUofif Frack tQl1 of CnveUna ane1a 0 Oad 0a 0axt
ad a C J J W 1Wra iUt + ita a as W fl > C D XfcxUo DodasTate 4soa 4soar 4soafIl
fIl Tate tr i1 + PECtr crJ r iiit iiite clifferlilIirtw
e tt
erlilIirtw I
T Tn n Shiploads S of Bananas B nanas ana Is Expectec ExptcteAt ExpectecteIU ExpectecAt
At Metolle teIUlobUe MetolleMoDlIe Mei Its ItsMobile
Mobile Ala July 31 nOVer Over a quar quarter quarter guarter
ter of a talllloii bunches of bananas bananasIs banana1 banana1Is bn bnIs
Is the estimated cargoes of tea steam steamera steamera steamera
era due here herQtho the coming week from frontropical trom tromtropical fromtropical
tropical ports to the United Fruit com company comp comepiny
pany p ny Besides aJdes these there are four fouivessel fouressel fourvessels
vessel essel up to the indepennt Indepen Dt con concams conCJrnB concirne
cams with cargoes that will run ui uitho UP UPtho uptho
tho amount close to the half million millionmark millionrk millionmark
mark rk It wilt record the greatest 1m 1mi 1mDOn impot
i DOn > oft of bananas in tho history of Mo Mobile Mobile Mobile ¬
bile and will swell the revenges revenues reve JlCa of ofport otport ofport
port charges Cbargosto to enorjaous figures flgnreaThe figuresThe gnf8 gnf8The
The Increase Incre se Is due du to the fact tae that thatthe tbntth thattho
the th United Fruit company and all con conearns conCArns coneearns
earns together with four independent independentfruit
fruit companies hsjitpdrawn h vgilJtl1dll1 g rlthdpwn wn theft theftbase the thebnse r rbase
base of operations from Kew CrSeas CrSeasowing Grl ai aiowing
owing to quarantine restrictions and anddiverted anddiverted anddiverted
diverted their steamers to MobileThe Mobile MobileTho MobileTho
Tho steamers due during the week weekto weekto weekto
to the United Fruit company com pan are the thoAlabama th thAlnbama theAlabama
Alabama Belverton Condor Taunton TauntonBlneflelds TauntonBlneflelds TauntonBlneflelds
Blneflelds Belize Ellis Dictator Vlctat r the thoOlympla theOympla theOlympia
Olympia and Fort Gaines To the theindependent tboIndop theindependent
independent Indop ndent companies the steamers steamersJamaica steamersJamaica steamersJamaica
Jamaica Vaccaro Hiram and Harold Haroldare Uarolaare Haroldare
are due dueThis dueThis dueThis
This Is the greatest array of fruit fruitcarrying trultcnrrylng fruittcarrying
carrying steamers to ever visit vi ltthls ltthlsport this thisport thisport
port It Is estimated that nearly 500 500refrigerator 600refrlgerntor 500refrigerator
refrigerator cars will be required to tomove tomovo tomove
move tho frlut to northern markets
Conflict Between Native and nd Traders TradersFour TradersFour TradersFour
Four Men Are Killed KilledBerlin KilledBerJln KilledBerlin
Berlin July 31rbo Sl Tho South African Africancompany Africancompany Africancompany
company whose traders and their theirguards theirguards theirguards
guards it is now admitted came Into Intoconflict Intoconftl intoconflict
conftl conflict t recently recent1 with French Senega Senegalee BenealeE Seneealez
lee soldiers on the th frontier of the theFrench theFrench theFrench
French Congo over the question wheth whether ¬
er certain territory Is IaFrench French or Ger German German Gerrman ¬
man reports to tho foreign office that thatin tbatIn thatin
in tho fighting which took place threo threoGermans threoGermans threeGermans
Germans wero killed and four were weremade weremnde woremade
made prisoners and French Benegolez Senegalezsergeant Benegolezsergeant 8enegl11ezsergeant
sergeant was killed killedTho killedTho killedThe
Tho foreign office as previously re reported reported reported ¬
ported is Inquiring officially of the theCameroon theCameroon I Icameroon
Cameroon government as to what hat really real really renli renliIy ¬
ly took place The French govern government IOvernment governmeat ¬
ment doubtless In the meantime will willalso willalso willalso
also be Informed of the subject subjectBoth subjectBoth I IDoth
Both governments will then be In Ina Ina n na
a position to locate the blame and andtake andtake andlake
take measures mC Bnres to prevent such colli collisions collislonll coilsions ¬
sions In the future There Is no dlsposition dls disposition dlsItoslUon ¬
position hero to regard the Incident as aslikely alIIkel aslikely
likely IIkel to lead to anything serious al although although although ¬
though Germany will fully full protect her hercolonlts hercolonlts hercolonists
colonlts colonltsSANFORb colonlts8ANFORD colonistsBANFORC
He Saya HI H Would Gladly Give His HisLife HI HILire HisLife
Life to Prove Her He Innocent InnocentRome InnocentRome InnocentRome
Rome Ga July 31 31V V T Sanford Sanforddeclines SanforddecUne Sanforddeclines
declines to make any nn further turtli < r state statefhent slntet statement
t > fhent 1elit for the press Ho does 068 not un undertake undertako undertako ¬
dertake to reply to Mrs Sanfords Sanfordarecent Sanfordsrecent Sanfordsrecent
recent statements otherwise than say saying M MIn saylug ¬
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I would go to the gallows with a alight 8lIgbt alight
light heart and a smile could I Ion Iondo only onlydo onlydo
do so with the knowledge that she la laas I In8 Isas
as pure and innocent as aho claims claimsFor claimsFor claimsFot
For her sake and for my childrens childrenssake chntJronlake childrenssake
sake I should be glad that she might mightprove mghtproO mightprove
prove her Innocence but this great greatsatisfaction greatlatlfncUon greatsatlpfacUon
satisfaction will never be vouchsafed vouchsafedShe
She is guilty she knows It t and I Iknow Lknow I Iknow
know It and it will m be b established eet bllshed by byoverwhelming byorrrwbtlmlng byorerwbelming
overwhelming proof proofMr proorMr proofMr
Mr Sanford is undoubtedly confident confidentof
of acquittal acquittalMm a acquittalors uJtta1 uJtta1lint
Mm Sanford has been b n mingling with withher withher JUI JUIher
her friends all day and ts as emphat emphatic ¬
ic In her protestations of tanoceace tanoceaceas
as she has always al bin bf n
Actress Broke Collar Coli Bane BaneNew laneew BentXew
New ew York July Jul U1U 51 Miss Margaret MargaretAnelln MargaretAngelln
Asyjelln the actre actress la 1 lying at her hotsummer hersummer
summer homo la Korotoa COQJL suds sudsfeting uf uffcrlng utfflnDIe
feting from a broken collar bone and andsercre andsevere
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thr tLta < + 9s her carriage Jut week weekb 1IItekbr
w b br be n lt l fcvrw > hA ii ran away awn News elll cl clthe oJtile eIthe
the sccUUut 4Dt fea kn Jtut btrn b4 n made pabltc pabikA4las pabltcMlM pttbJkI
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As the Meeting of the
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Conference Draws Naar NaarRg81ST Nc N ar arRESIST arftJSIST
Russians Seem to to Think Think that Japan
i iTerms ITrm tTerms
Terms Are Far from
Moderate ana anyAlso anaAlso an anAlso
Also Criticise the Visit
of Taft andParty and andParty anl2Party
Party to Japan at This Tme TmeSt TmeSt TameSt
St Petersburg July Jul 31 r rof rof 1of
of the Russian press grow Kruuttkfr gro groUill grow11r u
11r ttkfr iw the pence conic conicnigh cou cent centnigh oj ojnlsh
nigh and the governmentIs government u uis ui > 1 1urged
is urged to resist huralllH huralllHeven humllhtLeen humllisteven
even at the cost or cuntlmiit cuntlmiitPeace conthll1tPeace contiuntPeace
Peace on the Japans Japamsoutlined Japansoutlined St St0ulJlnld
outlined by Mr Satowhich Sato sas a ik ikwhich i iwhich
which Is the first paper paperseriously i iseriously > j jserious
seriously serious I on the Sato intonly Int Intonly Int Inton
only on be an armistice armisticeThe nrmlstlctThe armisticeThe
The RUSH which tins im imcst n nest 111 111est
est Liberal following lln llnnese 11111 11111Dese Ihcltnose
nose demands far from rnl m > a i isees Jsees ysees
sees little chance of tin tinending thocndlng ti tiending
ending successfully It Mr Mrcorrectly I lr lrcorrectly r rcorrctl
correctly corrctl stated the > Japan Jutanbut Japanbut 11l11nbut <
but It appears he hell belies belieson V Von I IaD
on Komuras snokiinan SpoIHIUIIIhIs i rhis > T This
his responsibility or SOTI SOTIble srIIbe se nr r rble
ble bluff bl uft to pave PI1 C the way WII rtance r rtance rtanee
tance of actual und nmv III lito r4 r4terms i jterms 4 4terms
terms by Japan JapanThe JapanTho JapanTho
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Secretary ecretar of War W r Taft and IIIIRooscelt an + i M MRoosevelt w wRoosevelt
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Claim Is I Made that Woman is Heldas Held Heldas Htldaa
as a Prisoner PrisonerChicago PrisonerChicago PrisonerChicago
Chicago July 31 31bars Thar i iMrs IMrs
Mrs Sarah D Mulhollnm ll1lholl lld lldoman 1 1woman r rwoman
woman from VIcksburK Mi Mritamed Mitalned Ih Ihtalned <
talned as a prisoner I by > h htr r t + V t ktern tters I Iterse
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Mulhollaud were msdf In f fcourt I Icourt + +
court Friday by b Mrs Irt Ka 1 1wbe E v vwho a awho
who > claims tha she Is aid a I a 1 sH sHof H u uof 0 0of
of Mrs Mulholland On i imllde < K Kmode t tmade
mode by b the bill Judge Jtul 1 l la It Ita i I Ia
a writ of habeas corpus < a athe r rthe i ithe
the Aliases Mulhoiluiui Mulhoiluiuitheir Mulholhmli1elr 1 1their
their 1elr mother In court courtMrs courtIfrs courtMrs
Mrs Mulholland I III a wow wowH w wunH J Jn
H Mulholland who for in inoperated il iloperated 4 4operated
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their mother have o masta mastadoors tID nstaT nstaTdoors tl tldoors +
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have refused to allow tb tbleave lbleave 0 0loue
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reason that they th d cttrol + ttre ttretrol elrr elrrtrol
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