Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028298/00719
 Material Information
Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville Daily Sun
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: September 15, 1905
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID00719
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
alephbibnum - 002027051
lccn - sn 95026977
lccn - sn 95026977
 Related Items
Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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who contracted the fever In tfle south/
s . ')..;, ,...ot. +. .\ ... ; Man. Had Two Wives and Stayed Al- ;
NO CHANGETowns o.O. '
F I '. WmlVE; tern 1e Days with Each.
Commit. 8 Jclde=Innocent:,Man Was ,, his Chicago. Sept; Confronted by SIXTY ARE 1KJURI

Hanged for CrJme., two wises Stanley Soblezlk was

Suffering More 'Minot. N. D.. Sept. 14..-' "he body 'Three, held to the criminal court yw.tcrd-y"iy
New Orleann. ,of Charles; 1Ierzl who left n written ,Physicians: ,Hare Pro Justice S Y r on. on a charge of big{t Trailer Attached to a T

confession that he was guilty of Bounced it Typhoid.HIS amy. lie admitted that he had xuarrled act+
mu"Jer committed near Youngstown each,of the women in church and Car Leaves the T t

r4A3ES AND 2 DEATHS 0.. more than thirty years ago has bad been living with them on alter
DEPARTURE IS- OELAVCO n&te days for the last
been found by a posse of lIear ber. year. THE BRAKES FAILED T J woi
IW| Presenc of Yllow Jack, banging to a tree in a secluded ravine Mrs. Sobleslk. the first was married

r'Receipts In Crscnt City ,just, over the fine In the. unorganized Japanese Envoy and Party Had Prepared to him eleven years ago. She Is the The -Trailer Was Crowded to te
to Start mother of five children four of whom
: Homeward
county of Wallace. FrrdaPa )'-
;Inot'ea.__Four Caaes of the are girls. The second wife was married set> Capacity When Ac dent
Pinned to his coat lent.a 1c2
was a piece ofwrapping Temperature Is Degree '
'Reported"at Mis to Soblezlk a year Neither curred-Among those
Hamburg paper on which was written ago. .n,; *3 N
t&f the following: ;-. HI. Condition Not 8er ou.. .. of tho"Wives seems to harbor any Ill- Are
Seriously Hurt.
Jr| Orleans, $.pt.14.-Up to noon feeling against ber husband
and the
"My name Is Charles New York 14.-Three'
Herzlg.' Over Sept.
(Mffcar*) *vr* 14 new ease of yelbr > thirty physician two :women chatted pleasantly with Flttaburg. 1'a., Sept, t.
years aa o I murdjered_a T ..uigalrl"name4 who are attending Baron Ko-
and two deathsreported. each other *
as they sat In enters were injured.
court. n
LUzle mnra
the chief
EL Qrombaeher. neaf'YOUD..stWD. 'of the Japanese p aceenvoys
The two babies which they held on by the overturning of a ,
[Orleans. 6ept. p14.-In> spite of O. Chajrles Sterling, aD.nrM1eODt. ,' decide dtoday that the baron their laps' looked so much alike that ed to a traction car on .
i'of' an. was trie J,.convicted and has typhoid fever. Ills. Intended re several
howers the here
of the division
persons In the of the Pittsburg
court I u
twin clear hanged for, the murder of"this girl.U turn trip to :Japan via Seattle tomorrow n
and sunshiny. The room thought ,
r they were twins. pang near the Glen"CM
my body Is ever .found, notify"my has been'postpon d and nurses
situation# showed little change When the The
hearing moat :
was finished So seriously tiu
mother, Catherine Herzlg.,;, at Girard were hastily summoned to his I
t;00.prospect, from the over-nlght Ohio.If .- meats In-the apart. blexik called each of his wives to bloc J. R. Smith.J. .
of any,material increase in the Waldorf-Astoria hotel to and made both promise to vUlt him' In A. Evan.
>poi4esths.i Henl.ilad not left a written con. day. The' baron's temperature wu the Jail and bring the babies. Thomas Lowe
'"aloD" ondxthreat,suicide his boJymight''not 102 degrees today and be was said tobe
A. of Soblezlk is
Meeting the now public health a blacksmith and earns John J. Ottf'n urgt'r.
L l4allon. Is to b* held 'on Friday have been found for years, very 111 though only In. the first 912.50 week." One evening be would Andrew Werner, all of I I''
....il,Vf*.banging lo a spot.eldom*.18-. 'Stages of the fever. Tbe decision at ;
*ng<; Invitations have been semi !' spend with his wife on Pauline street, The accident was cans v
an-Tganlsed bodies In the city, Ited.,4ptrond his neck was a shred ofgreenmaterial to his Illness was reached after a con and on the next be would visit his ure of the brakes to wor..

ling the trades and labor council; suctf as women use sultatlon of Drs..< Francis 1'. Delaflold second wife, on West Fifleent street. the car descended a grad'
for face 11.. It was recalled George Brewer and W. D. ,Pilchard.
bY aforms' To
and representatives The object each wife he raid he was ptid extra The car and trailer e.1
Youngstown man here that Lla.- One of Baron Komura's physicians, by his to their fullest
pHMi promoter* of the organization employer to act as watchman capacity
ale Orombacber wore such a veil Dr. W. B. Pritchard later -
when announced
.1 ** K the widesf possible scope every night. *
+ .vi to' ,,murdered, and that part of It was used that he disagreed. with the diagnosis PRESIDENT
enlarging Ita Influence URGED HASTE,
t to strangle her. The *piece found'about7lierzlg's that 'the Japanese statesman was suf. PRESIDENT DINES RUSSIANS.M. .
neck Is supposed<< to be faring from typhoid fever. Tbe typhoid
-jatW,of th* ferer.4he government Talks to Canal Engineers ,and Wa
t eRt poctofflca receipts her shows the remainder of the veil aa ;""he had diagnosis, he said, was made by Witt arid-Colleague Extends Them to Get Busy
e of several thousands 'forY showed such a piece to a fellow ranch' Dr. ,Delafield .who was especially IIUDl.moned Their Thanks to Whole N IIUon. Washington Sept. 14. '
r the ram month last year man that, he" bad kept It all these here from Vlrlglnla today to Oyster tray L. I., Sept. 14.-Uaron calon of the recent viibets I i+
*to6ayuy'tbat three years 'so aa to -use It to end his own give an opinion in the case. Dr.. Rosen the .American ambassador, and of the board of con
| cases a
life some Jay. Prltchard's own diagnosis Is as fol associate of M. WItte. a. Russian peace I
users of
Miss. have been official!, (he Istbmlan ranslon
plenipotentiary at the rortsmoutn con .
; ll w fever.F ao"(7 to Oyateclay the ji
tg'b MAY ABANDON THE SUBWAYS. \ original' opinion was that the reDee, was a guest today of the presIdent dressed to them a tprf'i.'
:''lA.rea/ .Ofww >i|> Town Baron and Mrs. i
| Roosevelt
was suffering from an Inflame-J: I at luncheon will be printed shortly un', '
i co me stare ooara OK mea a Officials Claim They Are Causing the gall bladder and I still hold to that The engagement was made on the to the different member

bft'Efr*. Chassalgnac. Anderson 8treeto and Building to Settles opinion There U nothing serious In request of Ambassador Rosen, but the After biding them 't'lcllf1t' a

a'.a1b.t''VOA Eadorff. and a half dost'trained Chicago, ,'Sept. 14.-The subways ot the baron'* ,condition now or. at any nature of bis mission here was not them to use all the seer 1 ue
'' narses are now on mad the Illinois,,Tunnel company Was found ,Rate this moaing.e .'!'. disclosed On the eve of his departure safely make In coming to a r .

at Tallulah and anlmroedluterement to 4 a the cause of the settling of th When Dr DclaLbtd.w.. shown thlt, from America M. Wltte. the Ru. as to the best plan for d I>.s" e rash
In conditions are expect* streets and several large buildings In statement he still held to the tyr' alan peace plenipotentiary extendedto ao that he might lm\f an: 1.

ahem. Dr, Von Eadorf. reported the down town dlatrlct.. Ttols conclusion theory but refused to discuss the case President Jlooaevelt. by telegram, for studying' the report otIng ," '. s
President Souchon that ha 'would re. I".t, forth by the city's civil engineer further. hla heartfelt thanks for the cordial it to coojfreas. lie ill I nhimself ->; 't .
told several days to organise the :In a supplemental report PEACE BRINGS. HAPPINESS.- - r welcome and the "uniform courtesy" In favor of either a an

ot sanitation, beginning with Gen- made yesterday The ..n&'lDNZ.a7.. In given to the envoys by the American of a sea level and refrain, < r a,
!fabrication and oiling today. lie tour Instance of settlement directly) To Chinese In M-urla;; ;; Where the government and people The text of technical observations but camc .1 t

'.;that about every square In the traceable to the undermining of the Bloody<< War Has Seen Waged.LJdsianrutdxe. M. Wltte's massage to the president members! to state their nplrl, : r. r

eta Infected. The better now streets by the tunnel company,and declare ]Manchuria. Sept. 14.- follows: the slightest hesitation, an' sro
-1ii j .rule, ,oome, from the country that It, la Impossible'to prevent' Whatever may be 'the feelings of the -New York. Sept 1*. 1905.-President him reports not as he hmi
It iafoooaslonany mixed with In. settlement of the ground sand Russian or Japanese soldiers regarding Roosevelt: Before leaving the hospitable get them but sa he ought to 1 c
>'of panicky conditions Infrha tions of the large structure .fOUDd"l I the conclusion ot peach one man soil of the United State. I The members of the b" r

non-lofccted points. As aoCarlstl Improved and safer method. *welcome It unreservedly. and with beg In my own name and on behalf of nearly all returned to \\'jI.blr..
'an4. Lowe. govern The next Important',, finding of .th e beaming smiles my fellow'' workers, to offer by heartfelt It has not yet. been derived n +r

too ttraotortl, have aj rush camp commission 'l.1 that It Is not feasibleto Tb.ts Is the Chinaman on whose land thanks to you Mr. President to next meeting will be held, T ...
i KB*) rlvr;la Tensas parish and souls make any plan that can be safely 'the war has bees fought for nearly. 'the government of the United State for some more days occupy 'h**' ,. J'.
aT *4f tlaborera, are 'lit with ma. followed for all connections. 1* month. Today the roads around and the whole American nation for studying the different plan a'
*' 'Bother, 'dtseasea. The firm Another finding I* that It Is not here are filled/ma happy, smiling Chi the cordial welcome given to us oa our with 'which they have b_a p 1-11
'1)ta 1s..lili off leer *f Tenaaa ask- practicable to make connections under neve men and woma. old and young arrivaland the uniform courtesy

11srtt aalo. to send a physician and air pressure a.* It would not be sufficient who. In clumsy carts, loaded,with theft I showman'. during our sojourn here the STATE BOARD OF HEALTH ACT)
supplies. The answer was a to sustain the pressure of the household goods, are proceeding la memory of which will n..ID our hearts

ipt'raFuaal with a suggestion that foundations. It Is found that becauseof long lines back to the l old home forever. (Signed)! Wltte.- People from Infected District M

tek"Oovernor"peopl* b* carried to New OrOn the danger. to the building and The Chinese greet the ,Russian soldiers Steer Clear of Atlanta
.; the, other hand there are streets the tunnel company practically with the one word -Peao*," WRECKED SHIP IDENTIFIED Atlanta. Sept 14.-Tb<* ..u' ->*M
report;.off' modified quay baa ceased making connection and which !Is" repeated over and over again she Wa the Schooner-- Pearl and Had of health has Issued two or
ltaIburt.vMls*.. for Instance, many of the connection which werxCarted Many. of their home have been;, dvaatated. Left Pert a Year Ago.8aax to the railroads entering 1Me dA'''.
jilt irltlofgd' all restrictions against3rstt have been abandoned. notwithstanding-tat this they Waaetsco. Sept. 14.--The three The aNt of these criers ,' '.c'
;tuft\Ao : V No 'dam..* was found a* a result express their Joy at getting back ispeaceful mast d vessel which 1* reported bottom that all railroads and atf-anr**..* f't'
Bsancaard at the regues o! : of work,on the main line tuanels.T ,, and Industrious occapatloaarurUterator up la the bach of the Alaskan panic operating la the state .!&&'
_rtb* comm retel'community of the state *. lie aaso of aevtrallty coast Is believed to be the schooner tify their ".Dta cal ronnfcttnc ,111,
-capital, has asked the assistance ofDr. OrganiseI"depsns3snt. ..Phoftee.Ptttabar to each side which lea Cklaea* have Pearl, which sailed from here Dee. 7.19O4 DOt to sell railroad tickets LA
White In arranging the dicta *. Sept. -Much Interest \1 ba obliged to play\for *o> tnasylosa Dad from which no word has point la Georgia to any proa fro
teotlon of freight at Baton Rouge sot baa been aroused here over, the 'vIsM, moatha. baa beeD. hard on s ''sad ever ben received territory'1at.ct.d with y.llo. r....

It may b'snt. the surrounding to PIttsburs of a group of' Western peace has brovgtit relief from this Tb' *.!datlrytag of ODe ot .a. bodies The wooed' order direct tn&i 5
airy an/ It I*, believed that with financial men said to be concerned lathe strata. It la, ao..* ton Roust; exerting herself there organization of a general Independent that tile dUaes are now ta* happiest ,George Myerltag.. who shipped on tae vide parate coache. for tbeJr UP 'IC
b* further opening up of traffic telephone.system cover lag alt the people la Manchuria It Ia.report'ed vessel a* statioa'cook. satisfied the passengers from points lat f.flyellow .:'
t.of here territory now reached by the numertm' her that the Japanese have die Alaska Cod Fish company which owned fever and that the.e iD"
f'j How rapidly the fever lnfctlouejulr Independent companies. Among U baaded the Gala**) baadlt organisations the vesL that It U ao other than moat aot enter Atlanta but west
r* la In.Healed bye report from visitor are Adolphtm 1Ju* h, St. floats*. ,wick which thy operated during UM I a A..eMrer P..rL seat arovaJ the city _y U. ..,.;i" s.
+ RIchard Brecklortdgtt done war-- -_. from BoUt of taes orders have b 0 .-
In the ituratarla oovatry.Jkg. vice president ol Advice Seattle stated: that the
3! an oil boat from the tae the MUlslppt Valley Trust company.At. Claim Wlf. Aaisssd Him. ve4 came ashore at Yakutaim.' bal to all the railroads operatise IJ sable

dUtrlrt In New Orleans reached Ixxtls: W. IX rowers, president ol CoI..b.... Oa.. Sept 14.->Aftr hay. It was probably meant for Yakatat by *f Georgia
bayou with It. paaengera which the United State Trust com"'T.oI lag been married thirty-41 years W. la southeaster Alaska. It waa also
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