InfluenzaVHold" On State Grows St Disease Is Spreading Declares Dr. Beatty; Extraordinary Precau- - tions Must-Be Taken CONTRARY to il statement attributed to Dr. Woods Hutchinson in the morning papers pa-pers that the epidemic of Spanish influenza in on the wane, the disease Is spreading throughout the state, according tn Ir. T. 11. Heatty, atate health roram Iss loner. I'tah is strtrken with seJ thousand cages of t he d Isease and tHhHs are occurring oc-curring dally, It Is declarVd. Climatic conditions will not save I'tah from serious result a unless extraordinary ex-traordinary precautions are taken, r. Iteatty declares. The dlHease Is spresd through contact, and every caae should be Isolated to prevent new outbreaks. It is stated. TREMONTON HARD HIT. One hundred rases of Inftuentc are reported at Tremonton, where 1 r. P. R. Merrill succumbed Monday. Ir. Jesse A. King, the only physlctsn now In the town... Jsaerloualyi) with the diaease. r. II. C. Vsnoe of Plenaant frove Is dead from Influenxa. Sixty cases have been reported from IVhi. Hertoiis harm Is liable to result from Dr. Hutchinson's statements that the diseaae Is under control here. Dr. pestty declsrea. Ir. Ilutchlnaon Is j characterised by the state health commissioner as a sensational newa-pler newa-pler writer, and not regarded aa an exiert by the medical prof ens ton. It Is the pnrpoee of lr. Bettyto prepare pre-pare a formal statement later for public Iseuance In an effort to counteract coun-teract the harm which he says Is liable to result from the stalementa of IH. Hutchinson. "In view f the serious emergency caused by the tnfloensa epidemic In I'lsh, lr. Ileatty said this mornlnv. "the sfstemnts attributed tn Pr. Woods Hutchinson In the morning papers pa-pers must nof be permitted to go un-rhallenged. un-rhallenged. Many of them sre entirely misleading and not in accordance with facts, nor the views nf public health officials throughout the t'nlted Statea. In the flrnt place, pr. Hutchinson la not regarded by the medical profusion aa an expert, but la more or lesa of a aenaatlonsl newspaper writer on medical medi-cal sublets." Ir. Hutchinson does not epesk offl-elslly offl-elslly for the jcovernment, as some hs ve thought. !r. Meetly asserts. PROTECT THE PUBLIC. From the article attributed to him, Pr. Hutchinson doe not know anything a bou t the d isea ae, a crord i ng to I r. Warren Hi)min. "Ir. Hutchinson hss had littl or no experience with Spanish Influenxa, from the evidence of hie ertlcle." In. 1 Benjamin declares. "The article Is Inconsistent In-consistent and contradicts Irself. I I consider a man who wojild say the 1 things attributed to lr. Hutchinson at , this time a danreroue man. What we : are trying te do Is to protect the public ; from the malady end this Interview ; goes f a rTn"TTTrrmTTsrt anything we ! can do."