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The Morning standard. (Ogden, Utah) 1910-191?, November 27, 1910, Image 1

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PAPER BOX FACTORY WITH NO FIRE ESCAPE BURNS LIKE
TINDER CATCHING VICTIMS ON
MAr Y GRUSHED TOP DE1 FLOORS N THE PAYfMENTI
In Trying to Escape the Fiery Furnace the Young Women Jump to
Instant Death in the Street Gutters Run Red With
BloodFifty Injured in the
Hospitals
NEWARD N J Nov GIn ten minutes twentyfive girls
were burned alive this morning or crushed to death on the pavement
in leaping from the windows and fire escapes of the fourstory fac
tory building at Orange and High streets occupied on the top floor
by an underwear manufacturing concern Here the death list was
heaviest The lower floors were occupied by two paper box con
cenrs and two electrical fixture factories
The latest count tonight shows that twenty of the twentyfive
bodies recovered have been identified and that six girls are missing
They may be among the unidentified dead or yet in the ruins The
collapse of a wall tonight interrupted further search Fifty were
taken to the hospital of whom two may die
Among the Injured is Joseph E
Sloane deputy fire chief who was
overtaken by the Sailing wall and
hurled in bricks and rubbish Ho is
badly hurt foul may recover
Body on Charred Stool
The rush of the flames was so swift
and threw such terror into the girls
on tho top story that the body of ono
wag found still rated on a charred
stool beside the machine at which she
had been busy when the first cry of
fire petrified her with fright
Horrible as must have been what
went on In tho smoke of tho crowded
upper room what befoll outside in the
bright sunlight woe more horrible
The building was exceedingly in
0 flammable and tho firs gush of
flames had cut off all escape by tho
stairways
Veritable Fire Trap
The elevators made one trip but
took down no passengers and never
came back Tho only exit was by two
narrow fire escapes the lower plat
forms of which were 25 feet from tho
street
On to these overcrowded and steep
lanes scorched dancing hot by the
Jets from lower windows pressed for
ward a mob of women blind with
panic driven by the fire and the
others behind them
Caught Like Rats in Trap
A net had been spread beneath the
windows and the girls began to Jump
Like rats out of a burning bin was
the way a fireman described the de
scent I
They came out of the windows liko
a thick treacle rolled upon tho heads
of those below them and cascaded
off the fire escape to the paiomenl GQ 1
feet below
Jumped to Their Death
Some of them stood in the windows
outlined against the names and
jumped clear others jumped in the
landings still others from the steps
where they stood The air was full
of them and they fell everywhere into
the nets and 15 of them on the hard
stono slabs
Gutters Ran Red I
When the awful rain ceased there
were eight dead in the street and the
gutters ran red Seven more were so
badly crushed that they died in the i
hospitals Fifty are still under surgi
cal care
The dead
Sadie Hause Sarah Creoran Ger I
trude Dolan Minnie Winters Sophia I
Madusky Ida Woolsey Mary Kava
jiaugh Roy Davidson Rose Clonry
Theresa Tortorolla Mrs Mary Kearns 1
I Sophia Xicklowca Matilda Otto Car I
rie Poborcut Katherlno DIehn Mrs
Francis K + Rathia Abbio Washington
Mrs Alice Nelson Mrs Bessie Ro
sing Mrs Mary Laplerre
Thousands Flock to Fire
Clouds of smoke and burning em
bers rained down on neighboring
roofs As tho now3 fIew panic spread
to other factories where many of the
girls had heads and relatives and
several had to shut down for the day
Thousands flocked to the fire and
made tho work of the firemen and
police more difficult
Autos as Ambulances
Italian silk workers fell in tho
streets and prayed PrIests amt
clergymen worked their way through
the press to give the In consolation
to those of their dlfforenf Taltlfe
Automobiles commandcertu for tho
emergency service were hurried to
the hospital and back again
Before any semblance of order could
he restored every police reserve in
the city had been called out and it
was not until tonight that nn esti
mate of the property loss could even
be ventured Tho fire department now
estimates the loss at 105000
FourStory Building
The building was a fourstory struc
ture occupied on the two lower floors
by tho Newark Paper Box company
and tho A A Drake Paper Bor com
pany on the third floor where the
fire started by the Anchor Lamp com
pan and the Aetna Electric company
and on the top floor where the death
I list ran heavy by tho Wolf Manufac
I turing company makers of under
wear
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The wooden floors were soaked with
oil drippings from the machlneryand I
the flames ate their way through
them like pasteboard When they
warped and weakened the weight of
tho machinery tore them from the
walls and they fell into the basement
In a horrible tangle of hot iron and
mangled humanity
How the Fire Started
Sadie Borson an employe of the
Aetna Electric company was clean
Ing an electric light fixture In a gasoline
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line bath Tho gasoline took fire
I she does not know howand trickled
in a little rivulet of flnmo on to the
1 floor where stood a full can of gaso
II line
The can exploded and the burning
liquid flow far and near Lewis Tric
kle an employe of thejox factory on
the second floor was standing In the
hallway at the time of the explosion
The shock was strong enough he said
to hurl him against the wall but the
Continued on Page Seven
BEFORE THE CAPITOL
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BUILDING IN MEXICO CITY
lri1Irf i1i IfJfiRoops PAR lJfIfiJli J xCo TYfr tr v1
This is a scene in the City of Mexico Troops arc shown parad
ing past the extculive offices The crowds are holding umbrellas to
kppp off the sun The band leading the soldiers isj the famous Na
tional baud of Mexico
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REVOLT IN MEXICO INSTEAD OF NEARING I
AN END IS GROWING MORE SERIOUS I
XJ cL li jA r rr r 1 > t c MV i I
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PULQUE SHOFf
Chapultcpec Caatlo in the City of
Mexico is the summer White Houso
of the Republic The castlo sits upon
a hill overlooking the city Tho pul
que shop is to Mexican cities what
the soda fountains are to tho Ameri
can cities
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V RIO JANEIRO Nov 2ff +
+ The ships of tho Brazilian +
+ fleet which have been In tbo +
t hands of mutinous sailors since +
+ Nov 22 were surrendered to tho +
4 government at 7 oclock this +
+ evening This action followed +
4 the grunting of the mutineers +
+ demands by the government of +
f amnesty to all concerned In +
+ tho revolt higher pay and less +
+ work for the sailors and the +
+ adjustment of certain minor +
+ grievances +
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+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
It was announced at 10 oclock
this morning that the mutineers
would surrender but at that hour and
lor sonic time afterward the war
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Ethel Leneve
LONDON Nov 2GTho last state
ment of Dr Crlppun Is published in a
Sunday paper In tho form of two
final letters to Ethel Lcnove rho
lettera aro not reproduced in their
entirety it ibeiug explained that they
contained personal confidences but
nothing in the nature of a confession
Crippen throughout declared his in
nocenco to Miss Lenovu The letters
begin with protestations of passion
ate love for the girl and repeated con
stantly the phrase God help us to
be bravo In time face of tho end now
so near
Endearing Love Letter ft
Crippen continues Hew can I en
dure to take a last look at your dear
face What agony must 1 go through
at last when you disappear forever
from my eyes I am comforted in
thinking that through the years of
friendship never have I passed ono un
kind word or given reproachful look
to her whom I loved host In life 10
whom I have given my self heart and
soul wholly entirely forever
Crippen naked Miss Lencvo to have
his bidv cremated and If possible ob
tain the ashes and dispose of them as I
she deems best He complains that
his statement published on November I
20 omitted his criticisms of tho l
crowns evidence with reference to the
scar which he considered most im
portant and proceed exhaustively to
analyze the evidence on these points
Tie auks that Mins Lcncve go to no
further xponso in trying to secure ad
ditional evidence adding i
Leaves Everything to Mice Leneve
1 can safely leave further evidence I
to a Just God I
He expresses the hope that Miss
Lonovo will go to Mrs II where
she will bo free from this lying talc
of tho newspaper ncn and continues I
Tomorrow 1 will be lu Gods hands
I hav perfect faith that Ho will lot i
inv Knlrli liu with you always I
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CHAIJLrERE CA TLEI1EXICiCITY
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BRAZ l 2 AN MUT NEERS
SURRENDER WARSHIPS
Ships still flow the red flags and con
I firmed their evolutions in the harbor
On this anuouncen flit the city re
sumed its customary calm and bus
I iness which had been In a measure
suspended was again taken up al
though the failure to como to a com
plete and direct understanding with
the revolting sailors caused consid
erable apprehension
Haul Down The Red Flags
The warships in the hands of tho
mutineers included the MInas Gernos
the Sao Paolo and the Dahla tho
Rio Grande do Sul and the Dedora
After tho announcement oi this sur
render thoy proceeded out into tho
bay and reentered the harbor at half
past one oclock no longer flying tho
red nay
I Jean Candido the leader of the mu
I tineers in company with 10 other
IEOUVER BODIES
Of UN VICllMS
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+ PROVIDENCE Ky Nov 20 +
+ Bodies of 10 victims of the +
I + explosion la mine No 3 of the +
+ Providence Mining company +
I + were removed this afternoon +
t Rescuers continue their search +
I + for Kd Bullor the only person +
+ in the mine at the time of the +
+ explosion not accounted for +
+ but have given up hope of find +
+ Ing him alive Though badly +
+ mutilated the bodies have l peen +
+ Identified +
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f A TION 1 1 BIDE STRIKE
IS GAllrO 1 WES
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Order of California State Labor
Body Throws 3000 Men Out
of Work I
SACRAMENTO Cal Nov GA
general strike order has been Issued
by the State Building Trades council
against tho Missouri Valley Bridge
and Iron Construction company and
it applies to every union man em
ployed by that concern in life United
States Three thousand men Includ
ing carpenters structural stool and
Iron workers engineers cement work
ers pile drivers laborers firemen and
others are affected
fie strike order Is hnsd upon the
claim that the contracting firm Is dis
criminating in the matter of wages
against the meu employed on local
bridge piers
MEDIUM GOES TO JAIL
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DES MOINES Nov 20 George i
Wlogand a professional medium i
who pleaded guilty yesterday to using
the tmtiia to defraud by representing I
that a fortune awaited him in Eng
land and that ho needed money to
help gut It was sentenced to two I
onrs in tho federal prison at Fort
Lqavcnworth byJudjo B Smith Mc
PherEon In tho federal court here to
day
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sailors abandoned theMlnas Cernes
and tho minister of marine dispatched
an officer tb board thibattleshlpand
ascertain whether it was the inten
tion to deliver over the vessels
Officers Fear the Sailors
About Lho same time it was ru
mored that the officers who had been
named to take command of the war
ships after their surrender would de
cline to do so fearing the fate of
Captain Neves the former com
mander of the Miuas Comes and sev
eral other officers who wore killed bv
the sailors when they offered resist
I ance the night of the outbreak Tho
rumor caused considerable Alarm but
I proved to he without foundation
A meeting of the natal club was
held this evening to discuss what
attitude the naval officers would as
sume following tho amnesty
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Gov Dcneen Makes an Appeal to
Delegates to Eliminate Insult
to Nations Executive
ST LOUIS Nov 26An attack on
President Taft was thwarted at the
final session of tho Lakes to the Glllf
Deep Wutterways association conven
tion here this evening after the reso
lutions committee had asked approval
of Its report Friends of the chief
executive rushed to the platform and
appealed to the delegates to eliminate
what Governor Deneen of Illinois I
termed an Insult I
After two hours warm discussion I
the objectionable section was stricken I
out
Causes Heated Debate
Tho section which caused the heat
ed debate follows
And in bitter disappointment and
In sorrow we are compelled to de
plore the course of the executive In
delaying the creation of the board
provided for In the last rivers nnd
harbors act and in fanally anpolntlng
a board which proved unfriendly to
our policy and our project despite
our patriotic effort to aid him by in
formation concerning theso physical
and commercial conditions better
known to us than to others
Leo Rasslour of St Louis In de
fending the resolutions said the provi
dent had delayed the appointment of
tho enginecrsfor five months and i
thai two of tho army en lneors ou i
the board were known to be unfriend I
ly ito the waterway1
Bartholdts Strong Appeal
Congressman Bartholdt said the sec
tion did an Injustice to the president
that President raft by the wording I
of the act was compelled to name the
chief of tho engineers or the army as j
ono of the hoard lie appealed to the
convention to vote to eliminate tho
harsh and untrue words
NOTED EDUCATOR DEAD
GENEVA Nov 2C Professor Oscar
Slllip the noted educator died this
afternoon
MORMn rl s PRPAR NG 10 o
DtftND THflR HOMESF
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FORMER RESIDENTS OF UTAH ARE ARMING THEMSELVES
IN PREPARATION TO REPULSE ATTACK OF MEX
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ICAN REBELS AT CHIHUAHUA
REGULARS AND REBElS Mull A HiND HAHn =
Insurrectionists Are Continuing Their Attacks Upon the Small Towns
More American Troops Are Being Rushed to the
Border Disturbances Continue in the Interior
of Old Mexico
EL PASO Texas Nov 2Grlhe El Paso Herald this afternoon
received from its stall correspondent which left Juarez Friday morn
ing for the Mormon colonies ill northern Cluchuahua a telegram say
ing that a battle had been fought between insurrectionists nnd offi
cers Wednesday in that region and that the Mormons wore n un
arming themselves in preparation repulse an attack if any ware
made The telegram says
NEUVA CASAS GFvANDES Mexico lit Mimnquipa 125 milis
south of here two insurrectionists were killed and a numbci of police
and insurrectionistswere wounded This fight took place on Wednes
day All is quiet at Manaquipa
Two hundred insurrcetors who started to clean up Maiiaquipa
Wednesday arc now reported to be within sixty miles of here and
headed for Colonia Juarez A telephone message from Colonia Juarez
this morning said that everyone was heavily armed and that the
Mormons were prepared to protect their town K i
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+ U S TROOPS ON BORDER 4
+ + BISBE13 Ariz Nov 2C + + I
+ American troops are encamped + I
+ tonight along the border from +
+ the San Pedro river to Doug + i
+ las a distance of 30 miles +
+ The troops are members of 4
+ Company B Eighteenth In +
4 fantry ami arrlvertpn the bar +
as
+ tier this afternoon They 7ire +
+ In command of General Thomas +
4 of Fort VhlMlc +
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1I No New Developments X
LAREDO Tex Nov 2C fiarrlnc
sensational rumors there have lIhl1
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no developments in todays news rf
garding the revolution
General Villar has received advices
covering his entire district and that
of Colonel Pena from Columbia to
I Ciudad Porflrly Diaz and tlo reports
show quiet at all points along the
bordor and In the immediate interior
I According to American officers the
same conditions exist at all places
I along the American side of the river
I El Paso Nov 20 Passengers ar
riving this morning on the Interna
tional train from Mexico report ev
erything tranquil between here and
Mexico City Wire reports bring no
reports of disturbances anywhere and
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I + NEGRO QUIETLY LYNCHED +
+ 4
4 MAYO Fla Nov Gnlch +
4 and Lowe a negro was quiet = +
+ ly lynched several miles out +
+ side the city before noon today +
I + for entering the bedroom of +
I + the daughter of R M Cobo in +
+ the heart of Mayo Hlo last 4
+ night The crime and he sub +
+ sequent lynching w8 a secret +
+ until this afternoon t
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4 WASHINGTON Nov 20 +
4 Population statistics of the +
+ thirteenth census were made 4
+ public tonight for tho follow +
+ leg cities +
+ Portland Oro 20721 an In + I
+ crease of IICTSS or 1292 per 4 I
4 cent over 90126 In 1900 + I
+ Seattle Wash J3719I an +
+ Increase of 100523 or 191 per 4
+ cent over 90071 in 1900 +
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+ + t t 44 444 + 44444 +
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WASHINGTON Nbv2C In an
nouncing tonight tho correct popula
tion of Seattle Wash and Portland I
Ore as 27194 and 20721i respec
tively Census Director Durand Issued
slatomentg giving tho veaultB of the
rccnurftcrUion mude necessary in I I
certain districts of the two cities by I
evidences of padding of the original
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figures
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The original returns from Seattle
cout alned 248382 names or 1118ft I I
more than the final figure says Mr 1
Duiand This difference represents
stat that all towns where them has
I been trouble have again assumed their
normal condition
The troops arc considered adequate =
No trouble is reported from bands of
I insurrectionists who retreated Intj
I the mountains after the lighting 1
SCENES IN MEXICO
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Population of Seattle Is 237194 and of Portland 207214 The For
mers Increase Is Nearly 200 Per Cent While the Ire G
Latters Is 124 Per Cent
names eliminated from various dis
I tricts as not entitled to enumeration
and in tho case of district No 02 tho
difference between tIm original enum
I eration and a reonumeratlon which
was found necessary
Corrections were made in the
enumeration of 15 districts out of a
total or 170 A con8ld rablo number
ijt other districts In which tho origi
nal returns indicated tho possibility
of incorrect enum ration were found
to be substantially correct
The original returns for Portland
contained 222059 names or 15750
moro than tho final count the latter
number being eliminated on a care
ful rechecking of certain districts nnd
tho entire ret ulllOltlon of two a
others
Mr Durand says that while It was
found necessary to eliminate n great
er or less number of names from a
considerable number of enumeration
districts In E Portland the evidence In
dfcdicVtnnt In most cases the enttntf
eriUors woroA not consclQllsl guilty of
fraud and It is also clear that the
supervisor Mr Beach did all that
reasonably could bo expected to pro
vent the padding of the census
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