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r0URTEE> PAGES. ** PMCE ONE (CT'"f^^fe^^ _
EXPERTS URGE REAL
FIRE PROTECTION
Head of thp Architects' League
Indorses Denvand Voiced
rhrough rhe Tribune.
RlinoiPH P. MILLER BACK
J, W. Alexander Point- to Hoavy
Loisei - Worker? Will Hold
rive D'il1? -Insnraiicf
jvren Favor Reform!.
William . Borii K ? ' ~',>' ' ' '
? . ? l-i lid yes
?- (at thai he wa? ;n In irtiesl ac
? ? ?. .-;? thf nev movpi
. -;-'*? m ? safeguard the
ivorkinjj pl< * ci>c
eeting tho Vn hitectural
grin --ill ' led immediately
????-. v. ill be app ' '?'?'.
formulai tical rei cm
? ?-.
h H ?tn actories
? ? ? -, nd< ? ? lenl of ihr
nting both the
? ' -? ,?!. \ ps . ,f tlio
vorker?' ndusti \. and
;? of Sanitai Control ol
lustn began
? ? tin- immediate
? ? ? ? ' ' lea in the fac
?' ?
Marsl il '? er? and Disti
; ? ?ntinue ' their
? - . of the \- h
il was trsl i
latter in juin thai the
t *, i apparatus in the
I r, ? 55. on .-?? r? mni
? ?-< and absence i?i
wat? ? ? rrgenc; pipi
lerbi ?tt< " . In i
neighboi h?ood of the
thai the work of
n that oc? asion vas ?o
c' ? i f?x ii ni ,,.:?: the speed
I tepartn enl v.
:??< ? ?
P. Miller. Superin
tei ni Buildings, returned t? <
? ? ? da?j. and immediate
? ? re? ;?"??' l he ??? ?.rls ? if his
"? if] ??? ?nnectii ?ti with the
ind the fire. He
? ?'? ? ' '??!" '" n - ?thin the
'? ? to Roro igh Presi
\. Borini n ar
. ? ? ? ...
- ? ? ? ' ? ? ? ,-i
. na i
? ? _? Phi ? ? for !?????
i hiit '.?..?ul.i ?af?f??-iiHr.1 tl"?
? - and pra em\ a
' the ph< thl ? t???? 7
....
'*" Archit? tural
? ?; b? Mr ' ? ?
m tub
? ??' :
'? ? ? ? ?? ; ?
? for? th?
hell
?
m mend ? ? M
? to the leaf ui,
and wl . - ..]?
dons, v ere d?
i ..._ >?.-ti-._:. I?
??? ? fundanimtal ?unit h_y n?->t In
. t that the d
i igh thtir 0-CQ
?
? ? ? ? ' ? : ? ivorkini too
fi ? ? .
for ii ist ? Idlng like
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H?? ScHoo1? F.rr Esc ?-??ne.
i t I have j ri su
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t mer? m ? sal ni
the inal- .ul
, nnot ? : open fron
\\ ? ai rang?
? ? in . n get out oi
. v. itii.'.ii n? ul : ind a Ith .
- ?lid !'. and noi .
Dm th? get tu
;.i ih?? woi st, only i f< i
folio? them, ao the)
ii i'.:i an?
their < ? ; t i?, i h? i-i :? ? t
? i.,. i- uffl
I, ? . : . -4M tl I
and ' ' ? ?? rt .? iru? li ?i a? ? oi ?l
' ?.? ? ? r?gulai Ions M
t ?iiiiii.ii? 4 ?... ii.ii.i ?i .t?.
WHAT AT?E YOU GOING TO DO?
Firepnnof buildings, whether
factorie. or tenements, ;ir<- nol
*?af? without ample exits, nro
i '< cteel fr<"n tht reach "f flames,
, ;",! "' quick, easy and familiar
'".'i-f"-? There arc thousands of
buildings in this rity a? well fit
tco for ftr, resistance a? the
Asch Building. In afjy one of
' i m, i hief Croker has *x<\. last
Saturday's disaster ma) he re?
peated Some comply with the
lau Perhaps m< ?si of them ?I".
in s? ?mc respects.
Bul onl) constanl supervision
will insure compliance with cer
in parts of tjic law the parts
relating i" l<ockerl doors and free
? access to exits and fire escapes.
1 \u'i until full authoriti ami full
n sp??njibilil j arc \ esttcd in
sonic official oi department vio?
lations of ?lio law will continue.
The Re\. ! >r. i harles I.. Slat
111"?. oi Gi arc Chuh h, address
ing a memorial meeting for the
tims if ?lie fire ? esterday,
said ' The resuh of this fire
w r .?11 pra.? ed would be a bet
ter conditi? ?n : thai they who
<lie?i would n"' have died in
vain, and civic pride would rise
i" the emergency and insist
up? ?n improvi d conditi? >ns.*'
Chief ? rok?r warned New
Vork after the Xewark disaster
thai it faced the probability of
;? worse calamity. I le w as a
true it? iphet. 1 le ha? repeated
that Warning.
VY'11,1. Il BK IGNORED
B^ THIS i < ?M M UNITY, AS
HIS PIRST PREDICTION
IVH NT \RE VOL'
ftOTXG TO DO
'PEACE EULOGIZED AT
BIBLE TERCENTENARY
rTIw American Ambassador Ad?
dresses Great Meeting at
Albert Hall. London.
TAFT'S IMPRESSIVE LETTER
Bible. Greatest Guarantee of
Peace. Says Ambassador Raid
American the Evangel
of Arbitration.
*? r*-sbl* ? Tha rrlbnm
Ion, ?starch 29. Th? mort Impre*
? inciden! of th? dims meeting In M
Hall this evening in t**ommefnof*a?
I ? u <<f ths tercentenen of th? author
,/?.,! version ? f the Bible " ;??? ? messag?
Prei i?).! Taft This aroused mor?
? | , ? dit tset A tht
Prims :? and th?? Prim* Iflnli I? i
Igious and literary aspects of
i . celebration wen of unique Intareat,
,,. ,,n;c.. ie*H perfunctory, ?n?) enabled
? ,.i repree?ntatlv? Englial assem
.. hi nor the .-. me of an Ami rl
,: ? i . fvangi absolute arbitra
r.timal >ns -A what ?a?
umlni Mr. Rcld, the American
. paring lh< Rng
- i,i . . Rlbl? .'ii i: ? sub
. ? | . ? ?? .?,.,.?;.I )? I ?? ! ? ri 11?
i . , thai ?? fui nial ed the
:? i .. ? nd< str irtlble
?. rut prrwi leal unity ?f
; rainllj nf riHtinn?
:? i r . i ?
Greatest Peace G?.?.??*antefc.
m :,. : ?,. ii ri .in i and
, i . ? ? iitli ' ??? ' diploma? y In
?;. I?] added that the
*? irting from th,
. Bitlt! of tlie f'"K
t ? gr*;.t?-t single guar*
? ? ? , ?.. ? nd pi tigresa of Hi"
? Id
? ? ' ' lias ?'as inbound? tl wbt n
\ i d? ? ?" ii na vol?-?.,
lha! fi"iii i'.< m? n and fro n
i. . nurtured on i hi pr
? ,.i the Rlbl?. main ?n thi N ?
? ii - min th? atateam in
sal ? : Pri sld? nl Tafl and the
Inspirit ? ? -i ' ? "' K n- tl? orge
igli :-,i l ;d ?.I t?rej m hi? Ii |ir??m
...i tn ma be war a i a? 111? in? nl of <!i<?
i m, s i?t\..,.|, i.nt'i.Mi speaking peoples
. ?nd i 'i " ? ? n an othei < h ;l ?
,/.. ,i ? ? ? i ditable. rii \ ;i?t au ?
I hi rl ? ? Kmba s
. . ni i,.h u.? i,,,M. r l?.?.?.??!
? ;,n adorn the coming .latloi ,
? dlrccl i ? f? r? !.. ? as v. t
In it. ? ..?.ut Taft'i Bgi 'I'll it . ame
?i., the Ambassadoi had explained with
|tici?llt> a id for?*? hot lb? authorised
l i,i h splr? -l the ? ? ? rgiea '?I
? ? ? nd i ? m ..i?- 'i the hook
Ii the ?m..-i effective - pi aki ra
. :?? .m?! Illubtrationa
| for reaching th? i ?pul u hear!
Taft Warmly Applauded.
?, ,, licit ?? . - quoi? ?i from
j Thorn . ? ? '??' ? In's : pi ? i h? -. and b not hi i
..i \ braham lain? oln lo ?
-,gH| |on, v.' hlftl i t* r-1 ni' 'I linn
| ? ith Blbli dui n i "f ' 'i? i; Wat
?i | . , itt'rant'1 ?? ? i ? " artnls rccel ed,
1 4 iilllllllird mi llflli |>M??.
WALDO OUTLINES HIS PLAN.
Fire Commissioner Says New
Laws Are Imperative.
Pin Commissioner Waldo outline yes
terdaj what b? believed i?' be Imperative |
changes n legislation affc*cting fin fighl
..'.?-? and flri prevention To maki thnn
effective, hi urged tha? (rower i?< ?given
the Fir? ?Department to enforce the ln
stalla?on uf every appliance i rut would
worfc toward ih? saving o( \'f<. In order
i?, ?previ ni tu? h diraati ti .!:; thai ?it
\\ ashington Pia? ?
The Commissioner ?summed up hi? I
reqpmmendations In three divisions.)
First, ?removal of Ihe causes of tit?. .*-=: n-h ]
.?- Im pro] er ac< im ilai ion ol ? ubl i-h
unsafe lighting and heating, smoking In ,
dangerout places, carelessness In the uae I
o? olla, Impropei storage ol explosive*.
fuin highly Inflammable materials; sac-1
ond safeguarding by tht lntroducU?on Jt .
appliancei foi the imm?diat? discovery,
irtarding and extingulshmenl of dr..
mu h si sut? mal i<- fin alarms tor de?
tecting fires. automatli sprinklers fur
extinguishing i?n*i holding Hres in ch?wh
and hand appliances for un* under the
protection uf automat i< sprinklers, -mini
? ;|? | ni'i !'.-? :-? Il ? li sing I'll'? !T"??. ?
doors, hr? strips and ?regulation Inspe.
ti'.ti t?? compel the maintenance ??i *-atp
rondil iom. and ihlrd ?<? an of ? ?leap
??il? qua le < \j? riui In or tow? r
tire escapes, or properlj inclnaed ?tali ?
with self-closing fireproof .1.?? ?i-\ opening
..?,1 ward, sufhYlenl In ? ns bli ?portion? ol
?1, building or flr? In he ? mptled
i n umptl*
BURROUGHS CLUOS MT. WILSON
i
Aged Naturalist, Rcfus:iiK to Ride.
"Hits" thr Trail.
... M ? ; ? :
y ? Ang. ? Mari I ?9 i"' i Burn
Ih? natui -'. ? i " if -' \?...?..f.i .?
old, proved.hit metlli yenterda? b walking
i" ? ? ? .'nuil of Mount w ??i
Bl? i r ? M.i'ii' ? ?n Man? ? of . than nln?
? |i i v-ii m?.? t.? \ isii the notar ubs?
ii?| ne* Mi?- trail
;'-.?! to i Id? i" Ihr Kunimll 6.20.1 tool i ???.'
?. ;. ?< ?,. 1 lie reach. ., the .?>?<- . :?. ?good
?. I'li'i'jn and aftei . on r?es( I egan an
Inspe? lion i>f Un ??.?-<. at or* il<? will re?
main i?ii Ihe mountain -i '?n - oi two i?? oh
tain nlghi .ft raven
BIG BILL" EDWARDS ENOUGH
?? ?Hi- Rill | ?: ? ..??? i|te?l Stall ol
\ i,,, r ' .. tl.il vas the on. ?.i ? r,
a lettei which ?was on Ih? desk of t'oni
rnlssloi ? i d ? ard? ol lh< .-;i.. ? leaning
11. |,..i inn ni wh-rn he reached his offlci
?, rda; Thi k II? i r<
?i am ttena n^ this lettei from pori Said
i,, ?,( if this H'l'ii? a won't Und you I
s,,? ? m.? ? h i- ? "r 110 ll will, to keep the
?envelope until I.return.' It a si Ign? i I
i ? liemmeni
? ? ??
REMOVE 6,184 GALLSTONES.
Richltl.I, \ s M m n "' ' urg? ??'! ?
pV-si .ni.?/? m? m si Hi? '?'<-? ??i *? y Jan
kins, electrical Ini Dt? I om ??i?"H; exact
, |) 1,1 v i ?gslli tont a ? i ? ' ? n.I b? an "i>
. rall?n i.. ? mi l.i i ?i Munit \;. i..
nui -? ,?? i.? ? ?v.? oud ?' half i ? ?i - i" ",??
Li ?? intu? ? m ? st? '>? '
NO CITY OPTION IN OHIO
? ,,; m.. . ...i.. klsVch ? l eral ail
lo-ds ih? fsllun ?i hnothei -if..it
t?. amend I hi Hot ? ? uni ? ? ; I s Is u u
lo allow t'lti? I ? ' ? '
: ,,,, -ri,, ii' ..??? b a ote ol lo ?M
?_< r? m? ,i in? i nii"ii M.ling ? ??? m I'?
ll"!. ..' 'II.f '"'.I Ill' I?
RUINS OF TH1 REAR WAL OF Till CAPITOL. SHOWING WHER1
-, m- Roo KELL N 0> THE SI VTE L1BR VR. 'S Ql KM I R*
Phi i??. ??, ? ' ? ' ; ' "' ; ?
SHRIEKS HALT MEE1
Uproar at Memorial for Fire Vi
tims in Grand Central Palace
SEVERAL SURVIVORS FAII\
Breaking Point Conges Wh<
1,000 Rise to Pay Minute's
Silent Tribute to Dead.
?. ? emorlal mi-nin,-" for the vl<*th
? f th? Washington Plae? ru" ?aa aim?
broken up las! nir*iit at tht Grand ? v
lac? a ?i< n half a ?'??:? of th? gii
id ? ? i|.? ii from the disa I r I
? ame the pr? .if hysterics and neat
ted ??? [rank a Ith th? Ir ehrl? ka Be?
. ! of the j oung a om< n fa Inb I and hi
? '?. ? an ?. .1 ??ut into I I ? aid? alai
? ? th \ aren n'n> 1.1 - ? ?. \re?. It an
to the mthing Influ? nee of ti
mlii ? and the uih? is th;.i tl>? s. ? ?
?thi : women who had reached a stage i
quiet '..ping were not driven Into a
outbreak of hysteria through auggestto
The in- ? ling \ .is held a! the call of tl
?Ladles VVaia! and Dreasmakera' l'nii?;
Despite ill-- heavj rain more than ??t
thousand m? n ru,.i women attende th
? i ? ., and among th?*m m i re many <
the young wom*n who so narrowlj e?
. , ? .1 "i|n Ill? ir '!'. ''S "11 S;il 11 r ? ? : : '
?Some ?if 11" i'i were Mated on I he plat
form, '\iiii?' othera ... ? iplwl aeata In th
i ? '? ' row a on th? fl.
Ileginring with thelntrodu loi -i ? i
.' .i .. .. . Panken r/"*h?i pr? aid? ri, ' arrow
Ing tleaerlptlona of ?h? disaatei racka
ih< n?rvea of the women In wins? mint
ti,.. ?'hole terror of the even! could no
have been obllti rated In th? feu day
Uta! hav? pasfM-d ?-irr??- th? f;ii I hour
Their faces began to twitch and quivei
and when Abraham dahan nnlehed ?
? i. i ...i in Yiddish, In a hi? h he picture?
th? Bormu ol the mothers of the victima
tl ? girls wer? read? to break rtoam m
the I? ast proi ocatloi
Phis rame when Mi. Panken asked ih?
audienei i" rlaa for a minute '?. h<r-iot
i, ii,? ni? t 11 ? ?r ? of the dead, Thej roaa
; 4 ii ? i stood in ?' aorr??wful silence, rlvi
. i s.\ ??vonds |.isu...i before the flrsl sol
rd then n hlv? r ????? med lo -*?
ihrnugh ever; memmfr of the <t sembly
,,,,. ? ... hri? !? i nf hysterical worn* n
.. ...?i from the platform and among
.. m th? f' "i Boma of the women
In a faint, and m< n i ush? ?i
toward them with s df-slrr ?.. Iielp, ESvery
. i i mas "ii his feet, nnd-a ;.?ni? B**f*?m<*?*J
posslbl?
The pollcem n a ho had bi en i? aning
I againal the walla In the rear all evening
?marched alowlj ihn?.ich ti" a latea
; toa ard th? iro ipa thai had m ii? kly
I formed around the fainting women.
Thej quiet I) ruin? st..I all t.> all down,
and then ? ?. < i ? ? I In having th? swooning
. ;,i 11. ii ,.iit i.t the audlen? ?. ??. here
fr?..sli -hi and h ?Itu.k Ol ? "I<l ugicr
asa th, ?i ?h? ,i shaken n< ? ?
A. m Bitnona i ? onotra O i:. Illy, Mania
in!!.imh .u rj .i.f.roldati in spoki aboul
ih dl latei ind Its k asons
? ?-1
MINNESOTA KILLS SUFFRAGE BILL.
Hi Paul M > ? I i i ?.u if?
.. i,in w.? i- tiled in tin . ? i? .?? n i ir
Antrdi'iiviari Wiil?t?ey Strall I II
pb hall add i.. I hi di h? 111 ot Hie??.
pr>|?,ili. nl,- I ,u\ ii? | , .i ? , Ni? \ ork.
I ????"?
L
J
Accuses Him of Being the Myste?
rious Power Which Prevented
Shechan's Election,
LINKS HIM WITH INTERESTS
Tammany Boss Willing to Per?
mit Section of B Srnator
This Week if H^ Can Con?
trol Insurgents.
? "harles v. Mun h? ? lead? r of Tam
t>.'"i> Hall, ms?a> puh In ,>'? I ome, So.
:',(>.*> '?'?--? 17th street last nlfhl s blttei
???-.?: n ?? ich he ? h u g? I ' ?? '
[.ynd? Stetson will trying to irre t. tiV
Democrall? part? In this state. He ac?
tes Mr. :-'(?( i -? in.xtr- x\\o "mysterl
? ;????-;?' in? has frustrated Ihe at?
tempts to unite ill? Democrati? (?eglsla
tors ir; Mir eto-tltM of Williiri* P, ?_-)?*???
han i?? th? i'nited states Renate, and it
tacks him for aiding in m attempt to
?hting ahoul ?i coalition ?between the In?
surgents "*i'i the Republ cans.
it; t!:? ??! temenl Mr. .-'i< tson is ??n?
nected tvltli ?many corporate sethities,
Rnd it is ?saaert-ed ?ha' hi is "the p? r
sontflcation <?f thi? Interests."
.Then th?? Murphy statement was
iir?-nifiiit t?i the attention of Mr Stetson
in his home, So. \ -Sasl Tlth street, l?aat
x\ighi he >-rr,i!?-'i .-?nil ?said
"Mr. Murphy is entitled to form and !
expresa any opinion ?if me in sees (it. I
think ba is- largelj justified m his re?
senttnent. I am a f?ree American cltisen
snd an nol a candidate for an
"As t<> th?-? ssaertion ?lint I organised
?h- St???! Trusl and the Harvester Trust.
I f.n. pleased to sa! i!..?t ii Is true, and i
am proud <?i' it I <i>? ii.?! care to so into
th.- details < i ill?- stat? ment, howevi r
Murphy's statement ;??ii??'. ??- ?
.'"? mon litan two and one-half months
the Democratic part] lias :.. ?n ? i???.r.._. -.i ?m
,.n effort, bj ' Irtui of \\\o cm* m ?Jon
given t?? It bj the |>eo| th? polls in
N?-i\pnil."r last, t?> eleel .. representative <?f
i :.?? pai " :?!?,? vacan? d by ? he ? \
? r i lie terni of .-? latoi i ??-;.. ?.
?From :' ? outset th ffurti to unite tiio
?um in t _i <?f the nominee "f the rau
? iis ha? ? i ? : i?'. (rated h tome my?-t?f>
rious puwer, which ha- remained in tiif
i... nt- ???.!>? .-:n?l ?caused Mi 8h?eehan ? " bx
assailed !?? ? ? ??) > ? one? :?. ? I ?!? form ..r'
abus
ill efforts lo disci ? ?
man reell* responsible foi this ?:'...? . .
l ?-??': :n i .?in until yestei -i.?: . a ben
i?: .-?, ? i. . "front? i chara. ???: I ill. ol :.?~ en?
tire rare I rancis Lj nde Htei ?on,
lit Icol Pharisee, stepped Into the limelight
?and boldl* assumed i-harge ??f tin- en tin
movement
Sol . stlsfl? il tritl preventing
i ? i ?? m ? ??? attc i sit) fi "Mi making a d.
for -Senator, Mr Stetson now
.?i- ni.? aith Frank it Plail son of foi ?
mer Senator Platt snd for tw?entj ? ??
th?? representative In Ali.au? ol thi ?????
i oration i until he a si .h <\ en oui ??t
Is engaged In making a deal with the R?
publican m u hine to ? led ? man ? :
own selection fot I nited States ?Senator
with the a?. ????.< ???I purposi ol destroying it-o
] >? m.He part) In tl - ?stat? and ? .- Ins
his in? lor-K *truggli ' I?? ' ? ? Ta n
man] Hall
Flays Stetson as Tr^st Maker.
? ailing i?? his aid all th? di nal Isfii ?l I ?em
ocrais in ths stat? ind wltl th? assistance
..? ?several Sea v?'ik ??apiei'- which have
been trying i"' ?/?ears to digtro) tin Demo
cratlc organlsatl ?, this man? campaign
ins nur?; with the chargs that Mi g.
I, m. s ii"iii he hs - i? i lonslly certifie I t>?
be s man ? f high character and sterling in?
tegrity, was until lo be chosen n.- i nited
Ptai-K Senatoi because he sit the ?repre
?. ?.i.iti?. ?? ??f the Interi tl
wiio i? Hit? Mr Fran? I? I.ynde Bt? I on.
who thus speaks upon i? i ? a I r .?t the plain
peoph of In? state *t??i ? <?i?< vps Ii i be
his dut; t" prevent, ss fai ai poi dble Tam?
many ? ontrol of Mate sffalrs
i he I hi same man who organised as
,,,,?,?-. i, th? Steel Trust, thi greatest -.?i--.
,,f st?ocfc watfrins .'?n?l s''.??k |. bbing In
modi m tlm? ? and which lusi at?.. ;i to
be Investigated b) th? rongresa ol the
I'nlted States? ?i he tl e same man ??<?'. ia
the attornej al onci for .i Plerponl Morgan
nti,i f"t T ornas K Ryan?
isvii?-? iii#? mai. who organised the Sorl
?i?n Securities t'ompany, which the Bu
preme Court "f lbs United Btatei held i?>
|. m Illegal If nol ?? criminal organisation?
hi'i he ?i"' organise th? internatl nal Mer?
, intlli Mat 'n? thr si h?,?.'lu Trust ? ? ??
Ruhbei Trust ti.. Harvi st? 1 nu I
..i her slm ?ar ! od es"
Is he not il e large?l - lockl older In the
i'sIsrael Power t'ompan) win. h t?k? ? ill
pow? from the Slas ira R rer, wit ho i
anj ' "'.naal. I I fran? hi.ii ed
? . itsti snd ? hi? i dlstrlbut? ? I he
?,,,.?,. r over Ihe stal ? a ltho*w i..? ing a
dollat t ? the i"ii?ii? 1res nrj ?
?.Vas h<
i... i?.,- at reel rallwaj ici of IHM,
which ir rllent, "lake" sh.ni?. procured
Ihi Infai.? Bi ??..?l?.:,? ii an? him ' I he
not genei ?U\ i he moel ?.nlnenl ? i
i itinoti-i ??i the en tin ? a "i Ihi I i n? ?i
-, U
?a , - n not In the interest ? f I ?da .??, \i
tthepard ounsel ol the Penns -1 nls Ral
i ...,,| i*ompan) ?.?!??. method
i, ,,,\y i|e ... ,. i ? ?I i lu nol It 1rs of two ? ?i
ImI ?f lIn i . that h? ? si sp|
,? ? i?,, \ til ??ear?
?Metson Director of Railroads.
?| i., | m, i,.i ?. i >n .. lot i" thi ' II) of
l iii.i.mh.iI mi i, f 11 ? sage,
CAPITOL AT ALBAiNY
SWEPT BY FLAMES
STATE HAD NO INSURANCE.
The Sitte of Sty, V?rk ar
? :??(! u?> insurance < n the Ctpi*
j tol. 'I he building *?a?l been r?
i garder! r.s absolutely fireproof.
So criticism o? \hn fire resist?
ing qualities of the building itself
has been heard, h was ?lot the
building that burned, bul its
contents, and these contents in
?It -???. I ion where the fire
start cri were of the most in?
flammable materials ? wooden
shelving, books, pamphlets au?i
loose paper?.
RUSSIAN TOWN ATTACKED?1
Chinese Surround Capital of
?moor, Is Rumor.
1 Bt Peters! urg Msr? ' 2? ' flso?
" .-i?; eurrei f t* nlgl I tha r tl es*
1 had surround? d and ' : ng
Blagove-stchenik. capital tl ?i.
I Provint**?, on the Amoor River In .' latk*
Russia, "i'1', rumoi la without ? ..?.r.'?.?.
ti.?n
Blagovestchensk Ii cr at* close la
Man?-hiinn i? i? cholera Infected Sfsd
*fotlH tr. 'ibi-> has arisen " I? en th? Kus
?inn?- ai?ri PhlitetM over the eplden.i? SJsd
?quarantlm measurea. Thla town sw
Mnsucceesfull) attacked >>: the ChineM
In llHie, 'luring the Boxei trouai?
;EIGHT MEN TO LIFT A WOMAN
Put Her 300 Pounds in Ambu?
lance and Traffic Moves Again.
Rain " :- mini down in torrents .nd
Rtreaka of blinding lightning were , rk
ing earthward at Second avenue anil
1117th itreet last eventos ehoi ? 3:801
o'clock, when Urs. Kate Bhes ;? 'm?1u?,?
?or" So. ?">?">?"? Ea?i 117th street, ?'?ml ',?**> n
In a heap ??? I ? northbound surface ?tssT
tracks. The Is t time she stepped "n a
:? pair "i scales sirs Bhes weighed turc??
ndred pounds. 81 ?? aaa unable to sot
up off the car tra?-".* nd three mitoi'
men from h? man: blocked cars, '?ere i
unable to lift her in?., ?n ambula*s-se|
from the '? larlem H"?pitai
Dr. McCullom eent for f??nr pol i? ?iikii.
who vit h four ;ii'it<>rii)on. tlnail ?1?~
posited Mrs. Bhes In the ambulance.
i ? prior to tiii?-. however, a truck with
oats, ?. si nt:?i haj belonging : > P.
Angelonl &? Co., of North Henrj itreet,
, Astoria, rumbled alontf. and th?1 driver,
i happening t'> peter down ovet his seal on
j the off side, saw .Mr??, sin?? atretrlfed ?"?ut
? <.n tiir tracks He pulted up his horott
ifa'.???i from ' ie truck and ran 'ikr a
d*ser up Second avenue, .mil disappeared
j in the ram. He sppar?mtly waa eoo>
j vin?-?"?i ihat he ;.fi<i run the woman down.
| ami v.fis fleeing from arrest.
After the tracks had been cleared and
the long 'm?"- of crowd-ad ? ar? '??R?an t?
move nortliward, the police t?<>k the
sbandon?*d truck and the horses attached
'? th? Baa* 136th Bti*?t s;;iii.?n. wh-srottj
waa placed In liver! At the hoapttal
Mrs, Shea was found to n?i\- serme J
bruises ou bar ba? k She wai also suf-1
?vrinc from the effects of overmucli im
blblng.
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EMERSON CROSS .SUIT
W-fe of Patent Medicine Man
Asks Divorce.
Baltimore, Mar '-'?' A creep hill for i
absolute rJlvorx-? w<aa lied in the Circuit
< 'oui t hen to-daj ' y toi ?, Em II? I
Em? rson agalnai i 'aptaln Iss '?
Emerson, i lanufa? rt r of ??? or??pi tar
, i? ?h, ine, charging desertion and aban?
donment. Mr??. Emerson says thai sac
and Captain Emerson hsve not lived t*>
gether <?s men and wife since ? ?? t,,ii.i-,
1004, wh? n tht alleged abandonm? nt is
nid to ha ?. ? a pi i
in Januar? laal Captain Bmerson ?i>
'....; ? ..; foi absolute dlvorct from h-Js
I wife. Recently Mrs. Emerson ;il?.l h?-r
answer denying lila rhargea i! rltaj
Ithfulm sa Their ??nutr?:?, r, Mls,
smith Hollina McKIm recentl) obtained
n divor?a from her husband. A later
settlement with Dr. McKIm released ?II
? .?i?.i persons from pcsslbli Htlga
lion
- ?? e
"MOTHER-IN-LAW PLANT"
Boston Suffragists Object to;
Nnm?- of Shrub with Odd Powers.
I n- ' k| ?: ' ' '
Roaton. March it Chi 1er I ''mip
bell, auperlntendei t ii rha ge of the Na ?
tlonal Rower Bhow, In progresa ai Me?
lea Hall, wai '-? sie?ged bj ? i i,ir?>rs
,.f th? Equal Buffrag? Association to.'day
il ish .? to hsve th?- r<-*mmon or gar?
! den n.?tn?"* removed from the "IX fon
1:. -?his plant
The common name f'-r thla rem irkaMe
plant la "the mother? In ?la a plant." it
If ?.., ??all?f*d ?because, It la aald II eos
itere to rheu up ..!.? ol t|.ivea all
power of s|**eech would be destroyed for
? leaal a m ?nth
\\ llllam R""-bertson Bmlth, r-upertn?
tendent of the United States Botanical
Gardens .?t IVaahlngton, Is authority for
this statement He said lo-daj thai Um
ene amall plant on exhibition rontatsssd
igh poison to kill .i buffalo, if he at?
? n. in ten mlnut-ta The name of "mottssjr?
ii -Liu- plant" ?aill not be removed
TOOK BIBLE FOR POCKETBOOK.
I Hi T? I? Riapll i" I i'? '! rilni'i,. 1
Trenton, N J . March k\ Mlsgakiagj a
i Is ;'ni a pocket book, ("harlaa Kiua!?>>
matched i? fnmi it??-? hand, ol Mn wiu
inn I-* gall t ? ? -? ! .a \ ai.m In th? .nun
t- |all Mr? Sal! wftt sitting In .? tr?.ii*>v
the t?m>iri i.,?mi,I tttajfc m her
hands -\- ii" rar appr-oacbad Broad ?n?l
I Pa?rrj itreet Klnsiej grabbed tv Bible and
mad? i.i, i < dooi Patrrt-tmaa '"?.k. who
as a paasngei ..n tru i ?r ,-aimiit tin asas
i i ,
-a?
ATTER I HE GRIPPF
? ?? ? ' ? ? F*oi i \\ in,, -ni,i i ihv.. ? ?i
Ml i I'.w.v .s. BonsC< , 138 Hull.mi Bt.'.M.l.
Fire Destroyed Only Part o
Building, but Property Loss
Was More than $5,000,000.
CAUSE IS NOT YET KNOWf
Work of Restoring the Buildinj
Will Be Begun as Soon as It
Is Authorized by the
L-gis)?_tiir??.
[B T ,sr-aptl ?-? . - Tr. ?.;??.- I
Albany, March 20 Tl - Last : ?r.Blatoi
had left th? ?Damoe-ratie s'natorls! ?-Su?
cus ?scarcely an h?.-.r lntxtota> early thi'
mornin- fire broke out In th*- 'vesterr*
c.inK of the Stats ?ati:"I tnd .??? v-.pt
ecross the entir- \\?? ? IngtOfl street, or
western, ?frantagfl of this l ig ?building on
the third ?an.*, fourth R?oore. Th-? a?tuai
property loas ?Is ratl?mat??td fit b-tat-M
?t_,?Kst?i??.i nnA .??;,<?? m ?lax?, but it Is
thought repairs to th-- building may be
completed within t??? former flg'ire*
Thousands ??f hook?. state r??? '?n'.s and
historical documents, Whose value <_n
not L.e meaauf-d in money, were de?
voured t.y the flamea The are?test
?damage ?r<?rn the fire centred m the
Stat? ?Library, with Its sis hundred thttf?
san?! volumes. The library, ?hi? ? was
on tii?-* thir?l snd fo irth ?floors was ? om
pleteiy destroyed, His ? ?ri-'.n of the
Are is unknoa n.
The Qie r.te Its "ay ;n?o the Assembly
chamber, but was extinguished there
?grflhoul mucli actual damage from the
flame?! Wa'er and ?mo-.?-? w?>rke?l h_v???r.
howe\?i?r. in thS meeting p.a. e of the
lower h?)iise. and the 'amous papier
mach?1 ceiling bulged ?oui in spots. giving
the appearance of ?punges < '. nging to
?Macks of slate. The huge brass and
crystal chandelhfr in th'f room crashed
to the floor, .lenioi'-i'.-ina: many Assssb*
blym? n't desks it ?fell
The luxurious chamber of ?v*e -tenet?
wns ii"t Invaded by ?th? :'amr??. The
massive panel? of the ceiling apparentl'-'
wit list..??d the tons of *?.ater arhlell were
pour'd Into the building above the cham?
ber and ?retnaln-ed !n*a? ?. Ther? was
only ?!'s*ht uafr and smoke damaxe to
?furnishings ir, the ch?mbar.
Granite Blasted Away.
MiP??:'.'e ?zranite biockS of th* <?ute?*
v.-alls e.vl trie beautifully rarv-d sand?
stof." sn bes s*n<i marble c-?!?-:nr,s in the
c-orr.iioi ? of the western wins fairly
ineite-j stray la placas fr?im th? blasts
sf Intenta heat ?-i the path of th* flames.
The grnnd western staircase, costing
hundreds of thousands of doliars, was
badly damaged a: the fourth und fifth
floors
The iron framework of the die roof
alorf* ihe weetei*n ?.de ?of rh? building
twisted and broke from its fastenings
f re : 11 the Itttettae h?eat, nn?l th- toot fell
in nearly the whole ?way aci*o?is this
IftStern frontage. The massive rower op
the southwest curner. "lie of four which
l*n?l so much to th? architectural beauty
of the Tour anal"? of the ?'apltol,
cnimbled and feii in??, the building.
On? ?nan *s U?ndbubladly burled under
the tons of stone ard iron which fell
from the -?.of to the fourth fl'-x.r. He is
?flamuel .1 Abbott, s?veut>-seven years
old. :h<- idght '.? a't hnii'ii in th.* state ||
brary It ?.?.a? Inipoaslhla t?. make *
thorough s'a i h ot thai part of the
building to-night a hare h? body is
thought to be. H- ii?> m been missing
sln?e the flre siarte?l. and it is supp-ised
he *?as ?.aught b> th.? flame? and burned
;?. ,i??ath
Kone "f the .-t.it? .-fFlcin!? would redet*
ur<> ? close eetimati of the property loss
-??night. Stall Archil. ?Tranklln b
-Ware ?said n was imposalbie to _o sa at
tills time He ?said, how-evei*, * n?i t it
?would probably be n??t (?ess than $.? ?oo,
coo .1 ??iiiing from ihe relative roal ?>f
the ??hoi?? building, which ? ?s ov?er It7.?
nOO'iOii, ;,..? estlmatod the toes a a
million '?: two mors rh:?-.i th.it Mr.
?fare .<-?? d thai ?i ? ? a of the n?"r? sob?
MNDlval methods o? lonatructlon ?.ich
can be employed to-diy In the tcst?>ra
ti??n Th?? r?!?iti.r? loas might b.? ' ?nsld
. m ': reduced.
Rivers of Water m Building.
Though the flames swept ool* om en?)
of the building, t.ie Ra:?"- and smoke
daioege was hcav) throughout the
?Structure. Ill era of water (towed '.own
the weatern stair a a? i ?and spread out in
a rentable ?flood o.ar the lower fl'?or
t-ftai streams <?f murk) v.ater r.?n down
?Capitol Hill, ovai the tar traiks. and
bac!? <l ip In I.irs* p?"?ls in most of th?*
side streets in the '...wer part of the ?.ity.
The ?offli es ,?! half B dOlUH) ?i? partin?nis
hi.us-d ??n the i??w-r ?floors <~t the west?
ern vvint* v?ere ?rendered useless i>\ the
vvai'?' These Included the ??(fleet. <?f the
stat? Tax Conunlsatonera, the stat
Tisasuill. the Stat?? l.unacv lommis
sion. the Attorney Qeaaral's ??ffl?e. the
headquarters ?f toe national g:iaul on
the se, .?mi ?floor, the l.teut'-natu tlov
Srt-Or'S i-Alce an?l many commlttas
room?
Qovernor i?ix's private offlcs was no*
liania???! bul furniture and documents
in th.- ?adjoining rnons, ?occupied by the
?o\erii??rs ?secrotary, arara damaged by
wat?' The CO_.l1 "f v'liiniis and sev?
eral of the ..?minittec i-oins of ih" Sen?
ate end tsaamhljf !.*i? in the patli of Ih-?
flam?- and burned up Hke so much
flimsv
The .-?t?te Architect, Mr w.-..-. ?al^
|a>nlgh| that the \? ork of restorailaa
would t>? I-??-*?mi "us? SS ?toon as ihe leg?
islature should autttoriae tiie pu-para?
tlon of pl?ns ami the m ?king of th*
necessary contract.? ?Both houses <?f the
?Llglslature have taken up temporggy
qusrt-rs m the <'.tv Mall, which was
ggaclalmed the temporarj state Cap|aal
by s formal resolution adopted ?st a
meetitni of the members of th? i?*g'sls
tun- there at l oclo.k to-da>.
Appalling Disaster, Says Dm.
The ?Lleutenanl Qovernor t-???k up his
j ofll? e m that of Mv>r McKwai Ths
| i.tl'er departments, whl?h were driven
I ? ut of ?he Capitol by ih" fir??, csubllshed

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