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A1 A1V H HA1 V iV I1 1 If 4tntnhiE W 1 1Published cflL cflLI1
lt Published Twice a aWeek WeekMonday Monda and Thursday ThursdayGAINESVILLE
1 1t 1r 1NO
i Entertained That Many ManyTowns ManyTowne blanyTowne
< Towne Will WillCASES Suffer Sufferj
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CASES cAGE 669 9 j DEATHS 116 115Situation 116tJ 116n
n tJ tJi
T i No Material MaterlalChange Chango In the tholtuatlonTwo thetuitionTwo
Situation tuitionTwo Two Deaths Have Havejtrrrfd Hav Havat Haveud
f jtrrrfd ud at 8hr Shreveport veport La LaCltI LaCltIf LaCltlWant CIU CIUpfcf
pfcf f 1 Want Texas State Guarded Guardedft GUlrdo4an Guardodr Guardodrcut
ft cut casein + 14n an New Orleans Orle na nat 4 4fcflplal biii
fcflplal iii IP t date 669i 669 569PJKifi 669JU
PJKifi JU < ii in Now Orleans 2 2fj 2IttJi
fj IttJi fciii fciiijflpift iCeths lea tha115 11G 11GIn
4 jflpift in Stato of Louisiana outside outsidert outsldr1 outatdeOrieains
Orieains > rt an8 n 22 22tb 23Ui 22that
tb that in state of Louisiana outside outsidetfw outsideiJ outsidedW
iJ < dW tfw Orleans OrJcansto 3ro 3 3jtjifro
jtjifro to was no material change In tho thoiljfet thorit thealtuatfan
iljfet rit situation in Now Orleans up to toiW totodn tot
t iW ft today todn Tho total number of new newand newMe1
> Me1 and deaths wore small but con eonrablo
rablo auspicious alcknoss was wasrOo wasrOoi TO rote
jfon f s
i Thr te are now 32 coses of this t11 nature nafuro nafuror
YJfiir r t hr4er t er f investigation by tho marine boaW boa bosLWUftl hOIlSI
LWUftl SI service Tho campaign In tho thortJrtfcent thoe thukept
rtJrtfcent kept e t City M progressing favorably favorablyttho favorablyk
fW ttho f the federal authorities tho tak takr takover
> over r r of ofcontf control l bolng accomplish accomplishwithout nccouipllnhWithout nccompUlihWltl1out
> Without friction The weather to tot totut
flu t tut Now Jow Orleans Is clear and warm warmf warmf warmI I I
f I 0 fdcatb deaths from fr tn fever have been beentefl beonted beenLed
ted at Shrevoport Shr VOIort They are of ofwhich ufWhich 0 f
which tried to onter this city cityOther cllyther cityother
Other ther points hot utwerc were stopped stoppedwnt etoppodbent tolJptJdfOn
bent fOn to tho dolenfon hospital hospltRIero
t TJJaro T ero Is no yellow fever In tho cityMhr city cftyI1toVJort
Mhr gfetoveport ovoport Tho nollco of thosu
> two 1 deaths was given out by the ma mafine mntrl maQ1e
trl fine hospital service and wa was < tho first firstjutlHlation nntJaaUntaUDn prattptlnlatlon
jutlHlation In Shrovepart Shr < tvoplrt of moro than thRnCUo thanladle
t ladle case In thu th detention hospital hospitaltoth hURlllt11CIUICII huspltnla
a toth canes clalmwd to have come fromlirkaneas from froluitkRn
itkRn Arkansas Arkansasf lirkaneas lirkaneasThere as asThoro
f Thoro have been 22 2 new cases re reJtortod rt rtfOrtod rrdiortod
< Jtortod In parishes outaldo outs hte of Now Or Orleans Orn
stns leans n during durin the past 21 I hours Nlno Nlnot Ninob Alnot9en
t liwn b n of thoKo are In the town of Pat Pati14won Puli1traon Patitraon
i14won and are mostly mOHtI Italian ItalJRhIIThe
The thr thr4 other cases rujtortfd Are hr8i AreSt
i a St Charleys parish SJart h one of them bo boSjj unJ ho1Nsid
J 1Nsid Sjj a negro negroThe negrorbe noitroFile
The two oasvd call1 of Hitsploloiu HlckneHH HlckneHHrtuportod HIrkootiMif
rtuportod if porlod yesterday tlitordn at lion Amt tatbaYV U Inav
PMiave baYV av also diagnosed yellow fever Oneterminated One OneftrmlnatHd OUtermIDated
ftrmlnatHd terminated fatally fRtall On hearing of thexo thexoiwaWj lhrue015w hIIOTaxn
iwaWj Texas people llylni along the theI tillutalana thn3quhilena
I 3quhilena ulnlftna line border requentod the theeraor thtmor thurnor
eraor of Tt Ttu > xan to tend inllltla to toatate tostate
state line for guard duty dut but the thei thoernor thutfernor
i l hrernor ernor dvcllned to comply cutnplyAs complyAt curnlllAa
At tar M known thoro Is II not a cane casel
l JM 4 the dlsoane In MlMlnlppl the two twow t twoMtezoa wu wuII
II Mtezoa l w I a at SunuTiil Sanu rat and Lmubcrtou hay hul hayboon
l 4 < f boon dlsohar dtsohargtkl r Hl as curedF cured IIftl IIftlNw
F W Wr1 r1 o
r1K I K Nw w Orleans August 1I 1IIIt 9 > Rnpnrtstr61u Uopnrtu Uopnrtutiwn
1 tiwn tho bedside of Archbishop Chajvprtl Chap ChapY hll
Y 10 pall 1 who Is 111 with yellow 0110 fovor to today teflay
day a teas to toth the effect that tho venor venorE Ytuttrblo
1 < E ablo blo prolate was about holdluic hOhU bIN hlnwn ht ht4Iwn bINexn
4Iwn wn with Itb tho physicians still Bahl Bahlto nhl altito
to predict tUb confidence tho ounouie ounouief on lilt tarf I Ithe
f of f the attack upon u < n him himThe himTb himThe
The Tb rake of the archbishop U I slat slat5v alaid tlt
5v 10 d to In t 1 well defined cnn d iu Md d hU hi ng ngr > and amir aUaihralqut andphysique
r J physique > hy lque are not points in hl hili favor lu lutt lualia
alia tt attacK atta of u tilt u disease dlaeaacThe tUI diseaseThe U UTha
The CIOIMM ciII t attention t U being b Ina Riven glvruite
1 ills ite ts can ly 1 r l nlivnilcani phy + licans and uuni uuniMi uutl uutleat uursrsold w
Mi QUmllrI u ume > l > u irgrama n nOOStlnUM rU of Inojulry Inojulryi InQWlIUnutt ingttlryCOUnuN
OOStlnUM IUnutt to l r ° rltIfl rltIflThere rtis rtisThure Nt NtTbult
There v v a i iUuatlon > I n 1s I + e + In the thotttr fcvrsttuUou fewr fewrr r rf
Uuatlon UMM tud > V iv ivreport 1 r arly arl worn monllnl monllnlJ1I morulaupon Ing Ingd f
report J1I Ort It o nC uti utia ° t t d dalh ath th hut It Itu It1rtA itAa
1rtA a Aa auticp < < ttrd u LPd > < t na h hM wnu u 1 i ho IK b < other otherHvv othrlAI d
M the day sA p prtKrf l r
cr crUlplclOUH ltt Hvv 1tOIII ott > rm nluapietoad n or nuplclo
UlplclOUH uplclo onkt M4I f wrlf w r r tr v era d from fromdlrectkm fro froiprerx1 rom romera m
iprerx1 era i 14111 > an n uf the tb cat tltTb catTho >
Tho Tb
otnitstfa ttrtlxMr IO t uadA uadAo fllr r
0 dlrectkm d tkJn i of t th the t tuatiu tuatiuIWthtvrltlen t µ atttar atttarilthntitlu u 1
> IWthtvrltlen tbN1t1l v + ltkcult lt ltvMklnc hIC4k ntct 1111 1111In r
vMklnc In Oslo of ofHi ttatrttl tNl hlt has bh n t t1CJ tLaded
Laded 1CJ 1UMt ftt + tlott tr WAr WArt h
Hi t pleaaed with jib thi h hrty rt3 rt3PNatto spirt i4r < i f fOfXjpwatlDa I Ic
c OfXjpwatlDa PNatto tuaaUrst lunttil au1 tmj + l in ffv e eUr every ry 4 4Datoa
1 RecUo1 RecUo11r
Ur V ta h r innaA nN I Is tbft t1 ett
today post odisa Olua hi hue tu r u f1d I tfNk 111 111ntoa t tLoa
Datoa Loa lloujro UtlU to ctmjHJi a > awu with t rarkm 1Ma 1Maaf t
b fcarde N of knit btht hthUe t eosrersiag x > acr t l t1 c t ty tiasrOUpc th thTfc tt ttlnaUae a
f iasrOUpc lnaUae rttp1JUOIUt rttp1JUOIUtf rt liIauoittt liIauoittte
Tfc e wettUw Hr to t tom Ujr It car am amr aad d
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considerable c relaxation of quarantine qunrnnUnorestrictions quarnntlnoreatrletloae
restrictions In Louisiana Governor
Blanchard is urging President Souch Souchon
on of tho state board of health to take
tops P8 toward that end and Dr South Souchens Bouchons
ens energy In the matter is already alreadyeginning
beginning b to r pjy tw > w results hi hta Intima ¬
flea of litigation In Bt Landry hav
log no modiled the quarantine in thatpariah that thatparish thlltparIsh
parish that It Is to bo opened to all
freight lrof ht forwarded In fumigated rumlg Ud cars carsGovernor careGovernor I
Governor Blanchard nays ho is re reeelving reeolvtng recalving
calving complnintu of suffering from frommany fromlany fromplans
many lany parts of the state 8t t to Medicines
Ice and coal and many other necossa necossarios neC038arfos nectrssafloe
rios floe are wanted wlin tod and there U s a de demand demand demend ¬
mand everywhere for mall service Ho Hoays Ho1a8 Hesays
says ays also that most distressing Dealt Dealttfons conditions condltfon ¬
tions will come about if the telegraph telegraphand tel lraph lraphand
and telephone services are Interrupt Interrupted Ipt 1pt4 lrupt lrupted rupted
ed and ane that the way ay should bo cleared clearedor
for f or repairers and linemen J nom n to tokeop keep these theseaervlces theaervlces theseeervlctg
aervlces rvlces In n order orderThe orderThe orderThe
The state board boar of health baj lm com conefts complete complrte ¬
plete sujurvlsory control coD ro over all th thquarantines the thequarantines thequarantines
quarantines and stops steps are to bo tak taken taken talcen ¬
en < to exercise that control controlIn
In the meantime tho marine hospital hospitalerrlce hospitalnice hospitalservice
nice la e to Bond reports reportilto to attend oon oonTerences oonfennces eonferoncee
Terences f of various health boards to toexplain toexplain toexplain
fl explain the mosquito mosquito theor theory to how nhawthat howthat howtbnt
t that tho mosquito cannot be transmit transmitod
od i by freight and to urge uniformity uniformityin nltormll nltormllIn
j in n the quarantine regulations regulationsTown regulationsTown reguJuttnnaTown
Town Threatened with Food Famine FamineJennings FamineJanning FamineJonnings
Jennings La has eo completely bot bottled bottied hotfled ¬
t tied herself up that she is not only onlythreatened onl onlthreatoned onlylhroaloned
r threatened with a food famine but also alsoono alKoono alsoono
ono of rice sacks and twine which whichpromlflOB whichprnmisrr
t prnml promlflOB tH to become a mostiserlotm mostiserlotmmutter mo most t erlolHl erfousmatter
mutter us Homo of tho crop < < are al already ulready altoady ¬
ready beginning to mature TIll gen genoral glnoral
oral o ral ttitimtlon BO far as the th < fever t lr It Itsulf ItlIult Itself
self Is concerned Is considered 11 tolmv thauRhown UtthavrShawn < i ishown
shown considerable Iniurovoment 1S11rocllwnt Al
uugh now fuel anti arc appearing nero neroand horoand
f and there It Is Btlll tlll looked upon as asbolng usbulllg
i bolng b hold wlthlu tvi thlu bounds und Dr DrWhite Irhlto
White hlto regards this aa U showing eras practical IIlactlcnl erasflea ¬
flea result from the inoio period or organlutlou orGanI organlxuttuu
t ganlutlou GanI uttou recently formed formedOne formudOne
One Death at panama fanamaWashington rQnamaWaRhtulottun panamaashingtun
Washington August 9 9Thc The Isthalso Isth Isthmian Isthmlan ¬
also ennui commlttoc commit toe today Hllh received receiveda
a cablogram from Governor Mugon an announclng unuounchiK
nounclng the death of A 0 J Living LivingHlon 141111 141111IIton Llvingstun
stun n division engineer nngln < ur at Ciilebrn Ciilebrnfrom eul ulohrarom hra hratrom
j from f rom yellow ollu fever Livingston 11ln tuu wu waxfrom wn wnfrom wufrum
f from St Lottlrf Mo to The rlu now canes canesof CUMtSof
of yellow lIow fryer were wer reported trl > ortrd aft ureJuan aftJUa11 errJuan
Juan llarrrro a Siwnl 9tlnutMh h nonemploye nonemployeut
ut 11 t lanntna and Wllllum Curnow anAnwrlcau an anAmerican unAmorlclIl1
American omployo ut CuUbra CuUbraTennessee CultbraTennesaeo Cult bra braTennesaoe
Tennessee Town Qurantlnc QurantlncNashville QurntlncaNu QurantinesAaaltvllle
Nashville Nu hlllo Teun August UgUMt 9LnluCity 9 9lnlon 9lnlonOIt Union UnionCUty n
City OIt Tuna near Memphis IUlUlJbl quaran quarantined quuruttltd qunrunhued ¬
tined against 1I Ih1lt the yellow ullo favor Infect Infected InfectUd tlrlctoll ¬
ed tllFtrlniH today loda Tho quarantine quarantinemn U
III s mn mnd t rigid rigidYellow rllhlVellow rigidYellow
+ Jack In
Yellow h In Peru PeruCallnn PeruCAllno PeruCallan
Callnn Peru P ru August 9 9Th The flrtt flrttcaKo ftratcallo flea fleacalve
calve of yulluw fever fn r devolopod In th thhallo the theItalia theIItHI
Italia Vina Iue hospital at Coliao tt hlO sorter sorter4ay yonterNo lIlitor lIlitorNo
4ay 4ayi 4ayNo i
No Appeal from Venezuelan CourtNrty Court CourtNew Courtw
New w York August llnt 0 9so No appeal appealnow a appeanow Ial 1 i inow
now In I pHHlhlo before tho Vonczuulmi Vonczuulmicourtji VtmcluulanOliN Vuncznuiacourts t
courts OliN acnlntit n llntit the Judgment handsdown handed handeddown handtldd01U d
down by the federal court against the thejudgment thrJ1lhmtnt th thj1dxmrnt r
judgment handed hnnl < C1 down by b the federal federalrourt rt fedoracourt crnl crnlronrt rI I
court against a alnt the NOR Utr I York and Bor Bormudet 1WrmUII Be Bemullet r
mUII mullet Alphnlt Co says nay 1 the Herald Heraldcorrespondent fleraldrorr Heratcorrespondent d
correspondent rorr rondtnt at Cameo Catla au All the thepoint theIolnt th thpoints e
point In the th original 1 judgment of May Ma Ia y
20 0 are Ar confirmed by b the prroent de decision decJllon d e ¬
cision In lutUIMnu to the aanulltneut aanulltneutof t
of Hamilton contract in connection connectionwith rounlocttoDwltb caanecUowith n
with which hlrh damages d nuig fur the rovermint govern government 50ernInlnt n ¬
mint rvwardvtl rvwardvtlMr fanl I IM i
Mr M M1 Gould Hurt In Auto Accident AccidentDieppe AccidentD1
Dieppe D1 pPf Prance co August u at q While WhileGeorge WhJhQeor ttib11 ttib11George +
George Qeor J Gould accompanied actontpsaid by Mr MrGould U UGould n nGould
Gould was rtturolf yesterday y lerd rd from fromSaint fro tont tontSatn pt
Saint Yalery beaux acaux the oiotor car carskidded NraIddfd cu r
skidded Mrs n Gould was w throw a out outbruising outbruilln ou t
bruising bruilln her leg 1 but not Mrtou aertouel > > ly t n The Thecar h hcar r
car pursued pursu a wild oour OOUfU with Mr MrGould M MGould tr trOould r
Gould climbing to It down a atutaoltna Mc tote toteoUu p ptaoline
taoline oUu brfflkVaa b btu aI finally stopjxm Itapp top Uy Myhatgd a abenign aiN
benign iN Mr Gould Nul waa not ot lojurrd lojurrdi IDJJf lnjurhlAmerican
i n I IAmerican
American Authorttt Autlto Banquette netted nettedL j jLina
L Lina + aa Peru Au Augu uet t Sdntaa SdntaaDu4e 4ntui Ll LlDo4
Do4 Du4e > x t the e Aaarteaa atatster attal t r cart carta C
a hauqatt last RlftU la ttoeor of the theAmervtt h o
Amervtt laver st ibthorM t tthoi tlW Mary RofeieoA RofeieoAWright Itobtaeo1Vrtgbt a
Wright AWdf tuffs tt t m t wet ire
the +
Over One Hundred People Are AreBuried AreBuried AreBuricd
Buried In the RuiuoNUMBER Ruins RuinsNUMBER Ru Da DaNUMBER
While Repairing a Building Occupied Occupiedby O Cupled Cupledby
by a Big Department Store a PillarWas Pillar PillarWas PillarW
Was W Removed and Floors and Walls WallsFell WaUFoil WallsFoil
Foil In InAlbany InAlbRny InAlbany
Albany N Y August Aug tbt 0 9Three Throe bun hundred bundrcd bundred ¬
dred pardOns cmphAcd emplc ed In the largo largodepartment largedupartmeut I
department store of the Jno Q Mey Meyers Meycis Meyera ¬
ers cis estate at Nos 39 and 41 North NorthPearl NorlhPeart
Pearl pearl street bad just cone ono to work workthis workthis workthis
this morning when the whole center centerof ccnturof centerof
of tho building collapsed from roof roofto rootto roo rooto t
to cellar cellarNearly cellarNenrl cellarNearly
Nearly Nenrl a hundred h ndrd men and women womenand womenand womenand
and children were carried down In the thewreck thowreck lhewreck
wreck wreckTho wreckTho wreckThe
Tho first estimate placed the slum slumher nuiubor nuwbor
bor of killed and injured at 40 0 Thus Thusfar Thustar Thusfar
far all those taken from the ruins have havebeen havebeen havebeen
been alive There Id h no doubt how however bowever bowwever ¬
ever that when the rescuers reach the thebottoinof thobottom thebuttotn
bottom bottoinof of the heap of debris they will willAnd willfind willfled
And a number uumbor of dcudMost dead deadMost dealtMost
Most of those tho o Injured were young youngwqrnon youngwQDJcn youngwgmon
wqrnon wqrnonWhen wQDJcnWIlCn wgmonWhen
When the collapse occurred the thewalls th thwalht thewalls
walls and roof of the center of the thestructure thestluctura theetrueturo
structure foil Into the building form forming tormIng forming ¬ I
ing a mass of debris under which whichwere whlcbWOIO whichwore
were the unfortunate victims vletmaTelephone victimsTelephone lcUw lcUwTellllhone
Telephone communication was scut sou t
to the various hospitals and doctors doctorsthroughout doctofllthrnu doctorsthroughout
throughout thrnu hout the city clt and within half halfan haltnn halfn
an a n hour 2C doctors and ambulances ambulanceswore ambulnncesworo
wore on the scene The various variousstores variousaturas Urlou UrlouIItorija
stores In the neighborhood were turn turned turned tarned ¬
ed Into emergency hospitals hlJ Iltat and mat matcrosses malLrOiHlos mattrUSSUS
LrOiHlos crosses wero brought from the vari various vnrlils nrl nrlOU8 ¬
ous o ils department stores in the neighbor neighborhood n nelghbarhood hhbor hhborhoud ¬
hood for tho cure of the victims victimsThe vlclims1ho v10NmaTlue
The work 6f digging dl glng out tho victims victimswas vh1lmlJwas rktlmswas
was conducted by b the tit members of the thuire theBro th thnro
Bro t and police Iwll < lo departments and all allcity allelt allcity
city elt laborers laborersIt
It Kew was u necessary Uocl uoceseary nr to cut off tho water watersupply wntorBUPIII watersupply
supply The scones about tho build buildIng ImlhlIn buildug
Ing In l ug were pitiful us those within withinSeveral within8ovorat wltblnSeveral
Several hundred relative of em employoN emfllnc emploYU
ployoN were Url there and their supplica supplications KIIIJllllcnUUUK uuppllcaLions ¬
tions u us to the welfare of thulr loved lovedones lovtdon1t lovedones
ones watt heartrending h14rt rludlug It Is l said at atIhlH attlttN atlhlu
IhlH hour Hint Robert M I Chalmers Chalmersone
one of the members of tho II Urm rm was wasmissing WILtwlutllg
missing A clerk with whom he WM WMtalking Wildtalking wadtalking
talking when the crush came said saidHo RaidI untillie
Ho I hI wan at my m aide lrto and then there therewan therewatt
wan n cranh and Lnt I saw him no more moreThure moreThur woreThere
There la now DO absolutely alulolut I no way I1Y to toRetJhMnK toet t tget o
get RetJhMnK et tlcHnK of tbo tbOlf1l H In the th building 1 It Itwill Ilwill Itwill
will take several I vurnl hours to dig III out all allth niltbo allthe
th the victim victimsWere victimWere kllmWero
Were Repairing Building BuildingThe BuildingThe BuildingThe
The Myers estate ban betw making makingextn maklDgIttn makin makinuxt g
uxt extn n4vr ve l repaint r paln on III building Pi Pinturnutg This Thismorning Thtsmorrung s
morning a gang anl of Italluu workmen workmenstarted workntcnatartld n
started to Ii ramove r0l110 an Iron pillar the that thatup thntruNJrttd t
ruNJrttd up xrtfcl the main floor Evidently Evidentlythty Erldentl Identlr Identlrtbt y
thty tbt had failed fall d to brace lh tho + flour prop properly pruperl pro proarty p ¬
arty erl fur nearctly li1a lly had they loucncd loucncdthe JOSJIcncdthe pd d
the IlOlt i H whvu N htII down came all thrtt thrttupper tbrtupPIr r
upper Hour within Ithln a radliu of SO SOteet 50rllCt 3 U
teet from the fatal pillar pillarThe pmarhl
The hl wreck craMbed through to 0 the thecellar th thcellar r
cellar burying bur tnK the workmen and cd car carrying ¬
rying rln down thoao who bo hapx happened urd to be bemorkiaj b a I I IJrllIt
+ morkiaj JrllIt In tbat portion of tho buildinn build building bnUdIn ¬
inn In The fro department wax U mnU calltNi calltNiout cnUH1Ol1t dd
out and the work of r re rescue vMo t began ddt at atConKldvrifiK litODe iii t
ODe onceConrlderlaR
ConKldvrifiK the th nature of the acci accident afttdfnt aeeident ¬
dent the number of porsoiw 11401U who ho w wcaped McapC4 utcaecad
caped with only 1n slight lajurlod U I re remarkable r rmara rr ¬
markable markableBank mara maraInk
Bank Ink Rober Caught C ught In Alabama AlabamaMobile Alabamtoitt
Mobile toitt Ala AHKMHI A lt 9 Aa A Item Itemj its itsspecial 8t
I special j > oclal < < tal from fro Frultdal t rult + lade UartmpuMi UartmpuMicouaty 11alltta a u urouaC gtoa
couaty rouaC 4Vflle 4 10 t r1 north of MuMI luWIthac > ear aj ajthat e
that HarrJIfaaJ ha 1 j IlU the lUritartoa Ia4bank INbant lad
bank rob T UI arretH armt x at rkt place placeearly else tUt tUtrly e
early rly this moraine aft otter < r aa rtcltt rtclttphase etvtttw etvtttwrha etuu etuuU as asar
rha phase U e over ff mv OIa 04 ca Ita IttAa > iat T T1r IT ITrv
rv rest t wa waN uuiie lua at the iMtaaor II6taae W WR t tR c cK
R MoArman tO f1l I a J Mkw b of f the tb pc J > c cof
of t Wallohtart V KhtBfto emiirtf ro + tsts llat Uh aha ahaI + attsa aM wn wna rr rrrrcvtttlxri1 h
rrcvtttlxri1 I the I rIt lttxltfre ass at atII t uatN
placrf II a warmat la x the t h iar4s aa aa of t a apraw I
traaual praw + lP J M I Sw bath a th I wk < at atVlwrt al4tCt al4tCt1at4 wc p
Vlwrt tUaa 8a1fl aa 4w + ar serif eit Tb 1 ZDe t cr crmt crmtfer e etor CNtr
tor > irkleh wltlt h ke l d vaatM RaQtt t l b that st o of n htt vb
hfe tt tH Bftfife 11 a q IferU tr cuw U4 Ia et etilk
House Passed 1 Bill to to Make License Llcn
1000 Instead of 200 200Atlanta 200Atlanta 200Atlanta
Atlanta August 9 DIt If the house of ofrepresentatives ofropr ofrepresentatives
representatives ropr entaUves holds to the action ittook It Ittook Ittook
took Monday the tax on liquor deal dealers dealers deallera ¬
ers county and city dispensaries In laeluded Included Ineluded ¬
eluded for the next two years ea18 will be
1000 a year yearTho yearTho yearThe
Tho Increase from > UOO 200 to 1000 1000was 1000was 1000was
was made only after a hard and per persistent perslstent perrslatent ¬
sistent fight and then only by the theclose thoclose thecloso
close vote of 69 to 67 67It 67It 7 7It
It looked at one time time as If the votewero vote votewero votewere
wero a tieCS tic 458 8 to C8 68and and that It Itwould Itwould itwould
would be up to Speaker Slaton to de decide decldo deBide ¬
Bide the the question but it was discovered discoveredthat discoveredlhat discoveredthat
that Mr Corn of Town had votedagalndt voted votedagaindt votedRgalndL
againdt the UOOO 1000 amendment amen ment under undera undea r
a misapprehension a the change In Inhis Inhis Inhis
his vote made the dlhernnce dlhernnceTo
To Provide for Inebriate HomeHon Home HomeHon HomeHon
Hon Hal O Nowell of Walton coun county county cottaty ¬
ty Is the author of a bill Introduced IntroducedIn d
In the house Monday pftvlding p vidlng for fora torfund fo foa r
a fund for thcr lh foundation and maintenanco main maintenance maintenanco ¬
tenanco of an Inebriate In > bl1ate asylum asylumThe BSlumThe asylumThe
The main feature of the bill Is the thecreation tltecroatlon tlt tltcreation e
creation of a fund by requiring requiringspecial a aspecial aspectal
special license to the paid by b all keep keepers keepers keepere ¬
ers of saloons groceries restaurants restaurantswholesale resluurautawholesale resuturautswholesale
wholesale or retail liquor stores ho hoteld hoteld h htale o
teld breweries etc the license being beingno gain g
no 10 In addition to all other license or orlicenses orJlcunsQa o olicenses r
licenses required by law lawTho tawTho lawThe
Tho money so realized Is to be col collected co colected collected ¬
lected by the treasurer of each count countlit county countyIn y
In which such such business is conducted conductedand conductedand conductsand d yd
and by them turned over to the treas treasurer treasurer ¬
urer of tho state and by him kept keptseparate keptseparn kepseparate t
separate separn te and apart from all other otherfunds otherfunds otbefunds r
funds of the state sLaloNew
New County Bills In Senate
In order that the senate committee committeeon
on new counties may have before tho thentemberd thomembers thomcmbcrd
members all bills pofvldlng for tho thecreation thocreation thocreation
creation of now counties Senator SenatorWheatley SenatorWh SenatorWheatley
Wh Wheatley > lLtJc Introduced In the senate on onMonday onMonLlny onMonday
Monday 17 bills each of which has haspreviously hallprevlouKly haspreviously
previously boon introduced In the thehouse thehouse thehouse
house houseThese houseThese houseThese
These bills wore read for the firsttInie first firsttime Onttime
time and lUll referred to the committee committeeon
on new counties countiesTho counllosTho countiesThe
Tho Introduction of these hill by bySenator b bStnntor bySenator
Senator Wheatley wan one of the re results resuHs r rsalts ¬
salts of the fight n ht made by II Chairman ChairmanHull ChairmanHult ChairmanHull
Hull of the house committee on new newcount newcountl newcounties
countl counties count Ida continuing their informal informaljoint InformalJoint informaljoint
joint sessions sessionsTHREE IIOS810n8THREE sessionsTHREE
Saw 8 w Mill Boller Bursta While Men MenWere MenWere MenWere
Were Sheltered from StormKnoxville Storm StormKnoxvllle Stormlnouflle
Knoxvllle Tonn August 9 9A A tele telephone telephonlt telephone
phone moHjmge from Del Rio In Cocke Cockecounty Cock Cockcount Cockocounty
county count Tenn T nn tells tEU of a disastrous disastrousboiler dl lItrous lItrousboll
boiler boll r explosion near that tit 1 place In Inwhich Inhlch inwhich
which hlch throe men were lro killed and an another another another ¬
other fatally Injured and seven others otherswounded otber5olluded otherswounded
wounded woundedThe woundedThe olludedTbl
The scene of the fatality wan a saw sawmill sawmill
mill owned by b T J Salts k Co Fif Fifteen nftlCn F f ¬
teen men were In th eboller room roomwhen roomwhen
when the explosion occurred curr d the ma majority marlt1 ¬
jority rlt1 being bfln lumbermen who had been beendriven btflndrhrn
driven In n by b a fierce rainstorm raln + torw The Thedead 1bedud hc hcdead
dead are Herman Puller Frank Plate Plateand Plateand
and Joe Turner Merrltt Burgln was wasso RS
so badly Injured that ho can live but
a few tw hours Turners mangled body bodyw bN bNWftA braywat
w WftA blown one hundred an and hI l fifty fiftyyards net netyard8
yards yardsCarelwMicss yard8Crcl yardsCaTCIPMness
CarelwMicss Crcl ncss In allowing water apr to toget toIft
get low in the boiler Is Dm supposed supposedcau tyappoac PItON d dcause
cau cause > of the accident accidontSteamship I
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Steamship Captain Clpt ln Arrttttd ArrttttdNew Ar ArrestedNew lttd lttdt I
New t York < August s Through the thearrest theanft thearrest
arrest of CaftUOa CalM4 Kont4o dP deParavich deParavichof rA1ch rA1chof
of an Amur Attuttrfss line ateamnhlp charged churgrdwith cltarJfcIwith
with Maglnjc tla = tn over 660 60 steerage teera jwu jwuMBprii luICD P PsCaRotti
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Portsmouth N I II AU y J Jono
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in its and the
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that one of the mos tin yj yjin HIn yaIn
in Its history was aatim aQtulIThe > a aThe
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rived lust night and
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one of tho fleet lIe t which U hr r n i flY flYon ir iron
on Saturday with the i v vthat 1 1that
that the vessels were nut nutIsles atales e esles
Isles of Shoald and tit thin thincol 7 r rBel fBel >
Bel fleet would anchor i iJUBt r rjust
just before 930 oclock oclockAt
At an early hour th thto tip lIllto
to fill up as steam tractand train trainand tllIIand
and private oonveyancis oone oanveyanctors aucPt aucPtItors k kItors
Itors from nil parts of a aNew ilNew
New Hampshire HampshireThe
The famous old ijenpttf ijenpttfately anprately fl pr prately
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and presented IJrcsen ed an attic attua
nnce anceThe a nnce111e nee neelhe
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shortly after 9 J o dolock clock a
a few moments after afterthe a athe a athe
the vessels dropped droppednavy a anavy
navy nn yard are At the theM hul hulM > < d dM
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once the work of propv propvWllenkln IJrlpilIolll prep r rVIIenkln
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reached r < ached him during th tht rSpeaking I Ip r eSpeaking
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mar ethan ever anintsire anlnuit anlnuitxlre Inlultlire
lire of doing all in hIelude hi hielude hirhule
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to be b adopted will pro proat pru1 pru1at proat > +
at the Wednesday dn8dn it w wthen 1t1Ibn si sithen
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