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The evening world. (New York, N.Y.) 1887-1931, March 24, 1900, Evening Edition, Image 1

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WILUAn J SMITH
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TThlle forty firemen were working
thU mornlnr In the ruins of the big
factory bundler at ill and 1S Ea1 For
tyfourth street where they had been
fighting for four hour In a derperat
anJ gurcetiful attempt to confine the
Aamea there and Me the adjoining
tenement a portion of the Mnt story
Moor weakened Ill fire and heavily
laden with pig lead fell Into the water
Udtn cellar carryng down with It twen
tyfit men three of whom held down
br pin of metal were drowned while I
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j their frenzied comrade were working
frantically to release them
It was another horrible cue of come
ee htd blundered A earchlrur In
a teitUratlon will be made to learn who
was reiponilble
Fireman Kuch of Engine Compan 3
sac hurl rertouily It was nt rim sup
peed anj taken to Flower Hovpllal To
an Exenlng World reporter Ihli after
noon the Dower lln > jilial phy lcUni
Uted that Kuch In retting alone nice
Ir and will probably be discharged to
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No it Jamei Keeling Bnfln Com
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Co npanr Hi w < r abo Injured but nol
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The following men were on the floo
when It went down and all were carried
with It
From Engine U
Cm pt WIIIUM Clark
LketJba IIw
Pr r Swe dead
immr KerlU
Mlrb > l Carroll
rtrrmmu Kaek
WIIIUBI KKltk dead
raard Cola
Edward Irry
From Hook and dodder 2
< apt Urmvr dad
Edward Kvkrrl
Jere plabit
Charles Rwlilrr
Palrlvk OHrlrn
Ida uPh Kralflifvrl
Charles Dwae
reward eldeL
The fire wee lrtutlly out at lase
oclock and Chief Crrkvr who had 6I +
reeled the nucceuful fUhl itartcd tot
home together with afoit of the fight
era leaving about forty men to rah
Ion a the saying U In chart of
Battalion Chief Walt
Alihraeh Jb > building wee pretty well
gatalt 4 aM the walls bjdly weakened by
lie four hour hal no one medt1O
apprehend the acddent which happened
At t oclock about tvectyfh men
were working on the flrfl floor which
tad been o rupcdFy Tbomia II flee
ben a metal worker On the floor then
were many tons of pig lead uaril In rune
of hla contraela e
The flreoten wrr clamUrlng all over
lhb uniuiplclnua of dcngf r
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PLUMED TO DEATH
Suddenly the floor gays way and tl
etalbing Into lba cellar a rery deep
one which war half full or water carla
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mtn r irewntln squad from llooli
and ladder companies and T and en
glrw tompanle I and Jl
The men went down In a horrid mix
r ture of beam leaden pip machinery
end humanity
For a few minute the air wu full
of cnN ai the men rcramWed out of
the water halting each other lhoa
who were fro cMnglng to bite of lOUd
wreckage while they lifted burdeni
from their lux fortunate companion
who were pinned down by rubbish
Utut Howe of Knilne 21 was on
of the Aral to regain Fill win
TO THE RESCUE
Men of 21 this war I he crtod In
tenturltn tones
Speak quirk Home one II drowning
down below I fear
Call the roll
Onetwo I am sure I felt a body
under my foot
In an instant It wj lone
Smith is minting air Bald a nreaan
So Ii lloweii
Den you go boJ yelled the
lieutenant hlmli leading the way
The men needed no leader In lliHr
work Down amore tlv tangled dibrli
they went their lantern dimly lighting
up the dreadful place where their coin
panlon tinned down unrtcr the water
were trangllng like rat In a trap
It wa a dmgernu position They
knew It tint not one man he u tpf
thougti Intro were htiiidredi of ton of
PUt lead held up by half eharred beams
bon IIIIM
FELT A WARM IODY
PnMlll one ot teem Houled Ile
felt 1k wu body era man under
nMlb the w net and yelled for bJI
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A dozen men were at tin alit In nn
Instant baring way at the ilebrt 1111
thHr hand bled llftlni jig of lead
ppingwwnyla l
maand
and chopping awny at tu am and flour
ftf
mAi last they got the bdy freed and
Iftei II vat of IIIe atcr blackened by
smoke torn by sharp edge of Iron and
lest brealilng MJntly It was panel
from man to mar 10 thoie oa lilt floor
abov
The comrade of the itrlcken hero at
once et to work In the attempt a vain
one to bring hm back to life
It was bray CaPt Grady
LIFE HAD FLED
Uut life had lej though the lurgeoni
worked an hoar before they anally gave
up 1M attempt lu rewltite him
The other victim wire loon brought
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WORlD BOOMED OUT
THEJUNNElOPENING
The World nolllkd New Turk Brook
Jyn and New JerseY uf the beginning
of the Rapid Tjan lt ceremonies hy
the thunder of bunting bomtx rent up
from the rwof of lhPulltier Building I
Aa lioon as the silent spade of Mayor I
Van Vyck treated lnU > the earth la
the rtctangulir opening In the ap
proach to City Hall a ilgnal was flaahed
to the men at the moms
Till Mayor had ltartOlr ra Jf4 the
hUlorlc pound or M of dirt when the
report from the flat mortar book the
air The great crowd that thronged the
park da k Row tlroadway and Mall
street rate l lla eye to the buMllng
They taw a cloud or gray amok and an
object wlalng blbln the nearetia
IculPl behind a faint train of smoke
Then It bunt with a craah Mndlnjr out
a rtower of email American flags which
Journeyed through the upper air Ilk a
flock of gaycolon1 brd
Tte first bomb waa quickly followed
by another and another and the touted
was Ilk that of a wmrWpa war matlc
wUK bK Wi r H flreia in IM a tUa
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The Jfc > J per on who stood wad I
upturned fare and watched then day
light pyrotechnlel from the great height
of the building looked like a ganleii
laid oat It queer flgue whore flower
cif plnkUh white showed vividly against
a barkgrornd of black
Th ptrtkiih white poll acre the
farce of thoBo who had w1tner < til on
t the great events In the history of
New Ton and were llfenlng to the
thunder note of the winlrtKnt that pv
vde all of buster X Twk > 0
To Harlem In flftern mlnuiMl
Many of them ranM away liken
ouvmtra far Ihe bomb c tlere < l tn
be g serous wlnl lJ tin ftP There
went twelve bomb fired which contained
tb rich hotdmg > W
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though rarrlng Mead burden made
nearly ai much nose II tboie loaded
eariealvely for builnei
The heavy rtrer were fifteenInch
ibell ef which a ratal of entyone
Sal ct off Then there wa A salute of
thirlyvts nine inch Jubilant noi enuk >
pt In all there were eientynre and
the entire salute la t0 unlr ails
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RECORD PHOTOGRAPH
RAPID TRANSIT SCENE
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UIluah of tIC rrnr Juti Prince Hny r Vam Wirk Opened lhi TUff
This is how The Evening World made for its readers a Rapd Transit Photograph tf
the Rapid Transit ceremonies No photograph was ever before reproduced in a news
paper in so short a tim
Time photograph was taken 130
When developed 148
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In the hands ol artists 217 W
In photoengraving room 22
Ready for Evening World readers M > <
Total time from inception to Ompl ron 2 hours Ii minutes i
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25000 PEOPLE OUT TO SEE v f 3
THE OPENING CEREMONIES i
To Harlem in I > Minutes
W OKU April S 1X93
lllttiir < of iremen < l u iwrtent was
male In New urk this alto moon The
city eart arid the flmjkk if Cin
liatni ar1 Hlatii and Barr herself
untrterteJly to Irolnn
Ai the niher fimle Yo Jildrj by the
Nrrllh
Mayor lunk Into I lie roft earth nf
City Hall IAtk shortly after 1 oclok
opening the tunnel to Ilirlem thou
ands and thousands of r > lei care ut
ttrire to the pride and drlleht which y 1
animated ryfp mai woman turf cMM
In the great Ihrore
They kaiw that after ear of iturdy
narfare agalnit antlquitrj lranfKrti
Ion facilities the truing a > de of
taut btuOful of otl gleam rapid tiaoilt
In lt < ful l muse the bringing to
ircther uf the remote ends of the city
the nllliiR anJ finterlnc of eery branch
of commrrre the bulldlne of new homes
In the northern part of the two bor
ought In hort that It meant more to
the SWerH and pro > perlty of New
York thai ny rent which the history
of the city record
I AN IMPRESSIVE SIGHT
j The ilrht wai Imprewlre and Iniplr
Irr The park and the quare white
building facing It Were alter with i
color from the naked branches of the
terra anJ from tall silte column flut
I tern hundreds of Ixinner
i On the marble plan Mood the odl
cUI of the city and the men whj set
even Ime years lime worked filth
full lu make the occasion loOulble
There su no gold braid nor linen such
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twrrlra Kikllill ra lot ark
c eke lilt III 4 < K > IMM ll t rri
brAlra taIo nil UIIn i 4
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a would mark A Klmllar neat to >
European city
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The men were dignified halt ared HI w
I frock coal of tuber Mack and wHk
t ilk hit Have for white badge plo A
I ncd to their breaita there war nothtac
to Jl tlncul < h them from the thousands +
lot other cltlteni who stood llerrtlf i
J about <
Quiet orderly almost tolemn Red
there thoutund Scarce a wusjwaa Ct t f
thtt oftMi
heard notMr car flapping 1
banner and the oft ruitlefof lh wai
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aa Chairmen rile of In MualcHX >
AuemMy Committee took the lI
Jude from Ita velvet rate and 1u
U to the Major f <
THE FIRST SPADE I A
Then Mr Van Wyek tewlaij
spot where hd been near 4 < i
marble tluk bent taw Ihr 1
polled aloft for a few Iraw111iM
about Met m4kt see TIN iat
ltlliist Mw Wdl11MIM
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