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nr ' i P ,1 2 - THE SUN, SUNDAY, MARCH 19, 1890. I m i H Hi ' and round the whole parlor floor nblaze, nnd m l ' yet on t liln ery floor thero wns n dancing B .' ' Kohool In progross.tho members of which know B f I nolhlngof tho flro until men nnd women begun I ' jumping from thn upper stories This ilnnciim I ; schoolwnsunilortliMillroetloiinf Mrs DnruUrny i i, Duncan, her dnugher, Mix1 Isndnre Dimonri, I . ' nml her stepdaughter. Miss Kllrnbotli llrou. , ,,., t On Friday nrtcrnooti they liml n class of - I ) 'i thirty children. hos nnd girls, between tho Ml . i , iters of r nnd 7 They wore In par- I ' i lor 40. v. lucli vrns on lllght tip nnd j ' . il i i nt tho Forh -seventh street end of thn build- H) I! I Inc. Almost nil tlio children were attended B O !l I rv mnliln, A llttlu alter .'I o'clock Mrs M K Duncan wont to the window tn raise the shade I,' As she did so tho body of n man Hashed past , I tho window Then the bodbs of two women l went dashing down 'Hm hot rilled woman j turned, too frightened to speak she did not II I knuw thnii that tho hotel was on lln Sim 'I si merely thought that n terrible .teeldent hid !J jfj happened 'j j rolTY HBUI 0m IN nAMIIII !' jj Just then onu of the tiiulds, who hail loft n I Hfi momout before, expecting tn return for 1km 1 ,(B charge after the lesson wns over, emtio back ' ,JQ Into tho room She did not scream, but wont ,. h Hj straight to Mrs Dunenii and whispered to her I ! ia that the hotel wn on fire 'I here was no panic. It I g but Immediately tho women got tho little girls H t i ,l (3 thnir cloaks nnd tho little bovs their eonts B 'I IK and began ranging the children In linn H I i i ft-; Than came the small of smoke anil an I' ill jv the children began to err Hut they were BM I f kept well In linnd. Theyweie told to elasp ' IB hnndsnnd hold fast forthelovoof nil tholr dolls '11 J? nnd tops. Then the dancing touchers and tho . i. , 3 maids started the lino of llttlu ones down the aH j P v. I smoky hnll. They Bot them to the street In B I f L safety and took them to thn home or Arthur j Si. f .If Von Brlesen, nt 1 1'ast Fotty-seventh sttoot, m ( i (t, (1 whenoothey wore later delivered to their frlclit- M ili, if oned motherH. M ll '1 Tho strange part of this Incident Is thnt per- m tii , 'V sons should have been juiiipIiik from tho upper B It ' I stories before those on the t.arlor Moor, where B l. j j ! the Qre la alleged to have started, knew there B IT 1 was anything wrong. Notwithstanding this, BB I LJiP ' there Is no evidence to show that tho lire B ! ;) ,; f. started at any other place than n here lor sns B , w .1 It did. It is considered likely that It took him B 1 i ,t, loncertn set throuch tho crowdeil streets to B t ! i " where he belleed the Urn box was than he H '' really thought and that the Urn shot up thn fit' elevator shaft to the root bofore spreadlne far B I j,; I on the parlor Moor. B Si. j' JKWKLI1T OP THE DKXn B i g! l The Coroners' ofTlco Is now the custodian of B , ) j II the Jewelry that was taken from the de.nl B r Hlj ' ". bodies whloh worn remopil to the Last Hfty- B ',W,h' ! first street pollen station after the lire. Ituas BB ! 3! , ", sent there estenlay from thestntlou house. B , Ml- ' ,w It consists of elKht or ten rings audsncral B i g I j J brooches. Tallied at nbout $-'.(KX) Several B ) jn) f of the rliiKs-ths most valuable ones BsV ' Wl ii were taken from tho Oncers of Miss Amelia BsV J' 1? ' i M I'addock. Mrs Mary Kirk llasklii, the H I , S riauehter of Mrs Naney im Kirk, who itas H ! if)' M killed byjumplne from the second lloor. re- H j Wi I SB ported yesterday that she had lost n very lntK BB ) iii . 4 amount of jewelrj In thn lire Mrs Haskln Is H t ' I S' the daughter of the tut. .1 S Kirk. A wealthy H I L 3J soap manufacturer of I'lucaeo F ! Flower. H t w h nepnewof ex-Oov. Ilosuell I'. Mowet.nlso lost H liji I ft Taluable jewelry. Ills valet tried to io BB I "l1 , p & drawer contnlning jl..t worth, together B ! a i t V wltha$l.r0Urug. hutwasnlillcedtolcavethem B '; if I I J) on a window sill In thn bnek sard. Tho back H in' H wall fell In, but whs not subjected toRroatheat, H i J' ; i K solt Is thought that oven thn rue can he saved BB j !li l' ii There Is not much debris entering the place H ! u I r Tfhere Mr. Flower's valuables are In fact, they BB B ' ( g are supposed to bo sodoku to the surface that B j 6 ( S n policeman was stationed in the old bat h- H f 0, I j house overlooking the yard In which they Ho M If;'' g to see that no one made n search for them B i (S H Lest discomfort may result In case there is BB i ifl , ( delay In getting out the bodies supposed to be B J Wr I . i; there. I'rosldont Murphy of thn Health Hoard V i J J k Issued on order yesterday directing Hnnltnrr H jif I 1 Huperintendent lloberts to send the Health BB ;V I f t' Hoard's disinfecting corps to thn ruins. The B 1 I'll ft corns will watch them and if niedful will dls- B ) ,, I j) Infect them. H 'ill & BODY RPNT TO tlllCAOO. B S it, H ThebodyotMr. Kirk was taken from Bello- B ' i ' "i '; tub Hospital yosterday nml sent to ( hic.igo H L ' ill l! Mrs. Kirk's duuehter. Mrs Haskln. and her B j ,jl I 1 daughter, Miss I.eslln Hnskin.aieiuniianled the B 1 i ' X body, Mrs Haskln went to llellevun on 1'ridav B - il; ' 5 night and was so .irostrated bvher mothers BB) :j ! I death that she . un ililn tn lete huiierin- B l t S tendent Iticknrd provided hei with a room. B i I ii K Mrs. Haskln told Mr. lilcknrd etnrd:i nmrn- BB I , ; 1 Ins thatshe and her uiotherliad lost mornthan B ;' ;: S Tj $100,000 In jewelrj and clothing In the lire. BB L j' 1 I Thobodlis of Mrs Warren 1' I.elind nnd of B I; l I j jj. Miss Inland will be sent tn('hie.iun thlsafter- B j J . j i noon. Tho funeral wl'l bo held fiom tho I.e- BBF U i it j land resilience nt F'orty-seventh street and B 1 h tl Drexel lloulevnnl. Chicago, on Tuesday The B Jl Ml S body nf Miss I.el.md was removed from B ; I ,i ' tho East Fifty-first street pnhco station B f i I S on Friday night to thn Church of the B i 'Mil i Heavenly (test to be embalmed This gave B I j r rise In some uunrlnrs tn n report tint nn In- BjjW ; V I II !C juredwoman had been taki'ti tothncliurnii and B h j n 8 had died there, the bod being lelt In tho B b 3 III J church nil night. B " 1 ill 1 The night gang of workmen at thn ruins BBB I) j I! numbered ,'iOu, the snmnns had been employed BBV I HI f during the daj. Another shllt of i-iiual num- BB f III !l' bors replaced It at midnight. Owing to the BBC l I Hi 'm chilly ruin and the grew otueness of the work, B i V II'- CommisslonerHrailyhad great trouble In keetv- BBB j I I, 'i Ing the men at work j f j ml ! I Two engines were pumping water nn tho BB ' j J , smoking ruins Lite '.ist night the workmen Bj , D lil !' had completely explored the debris up to thn BBB! ' P II I J walls of the hotel, hut had found no bodies. BBB f a I 1 i ! ' At 9 o'clock the south vall, whicli was n story BBBt i'Ji;lii and ahalf hlgli, was pulled donu with ropes BBM a w 'I ! Two trunks were found on the sidewalk BBj ( ii) ; I about ten feet north nf the Fortv-sixth street I) j wall last ovenlng One was n llttlu charred. 4i 5 but was locked and unbroken. It bore no iji I marks to show who the owner was. nnd thn 4S .1 police did not open It. Tim other was in a bad m 'I condition. It had burst open and was partly Jl! i I j burned. It was canns covered and bound llij f 5 with leather. It contained n iiunntity of BB its 1! I I ' woman's underwear, n numberof table covers, BBS iff S a piece of Pink silk with polka dots and n box BBj l! I I of white kid gloves 1 hern was a book, about BBS .,( ; eight by ten Inches In size On thn BJ , pi j( if. back was stamped a gold cross and crown K f, .', i j' and on the front wns the name In gold letters, BBjT -' III -; "McKlnley," It wns an address by thn lte BB 5! III'. Dr. Mullen It Is belleed tint the trunk was BBS J ill J the property of a servnnt In the emplor of BBJ j , ,p Abner McKlnley. The trunk Is nt the Fast B ilirtfi nitr-flrst ftroet police station. B I f I i this Ti.voir.v nr.AD. B Ij'l Only Ten Rodlei So rnr Two Dleil In rtos- B M! pltal Yesterday, B tii I II 'j Various published reports to the contrary, BBB It III Ii I I only ten dead are known of positively, Thore BBB If lit are so unknown dead whose bodies hnvebcen BBB tE i Si II I ' found- Two died in the hospitals ypsterday, BBB Phi'i ' and In the following list they are added to the BBB ffffll I J sight whose names were given In Tiik Sun BBBT SHr I'j' yesterday: BBB i 9 l! 1 l! CoNNot.t.T, Jonv. of 1108 r.ast Forty-fourth BBBK ,E I' I U street, hotel carpenter; compound fracture of BBB 'fiflTlH the skull; died In 1-lower Hospital, Friday. BB. KbLIiII' Funaoan. Katf. 40iars old. hotel oham- HB 'SbTI F r tvermald; died nt F'lower Hospital yesterday BBBB ,H I ( i afternoon ot shock, BBBB' BTfllftl ' Gibson, Mrs, Jouv MrCnnvurR. guest nt tho BBB 'fflti' hotel: died at thn Murray Hill Hotel. Friday. BBB iKBll,!' Mrs. Gibson wan a sister to F'rank D Goodhue. BBV S'Klla an attorney in C'lncinnttl BBB 'Kail I' IIenht. Mrs. Moiir'k I1, widow. I1H rears BBBB VBhI '- home Windsor Hotel, died at Iloosevrlt B 1B Hospital yesterday of shock, burns, internal BBBT . KBMil Injuries, broken arm and broken ribs BB .'! OonniiAN, Miss Kifanoii I.ouisr. 17 years BBBt hIIR old, daughter of Samuel (looilmnn. n guest In BBBT BvlliH the hotel, jumped from n window, died of frae- BBB If HI n I tureof tho skull In Itellnvue Hospital BBB BHl Gbinde. I.t'riir. of North Carolina: identl- BBV rrjffit!r ti? In East Fifty-first street police station. BBB KlKrJ I Rinx. Mrs. Nasty. 7.r enrs old, mother of BBBB ffHtl I J- A- Kirk, wealthy snip mnnufneturer, 'ltt. BBB 'Bf BB I I - Bldge street, Chicago; died In HpIIomio Hos- BBc .l'BII' pltal of shock. BBM ill It I I I.KtANn, Mrs. IsAnF.i i.a C. ,r2 years old, BBawi 'Kb I I SB wife of the proprietor, taken to Flower IIos- BBB 'BbTIIW pltal suffering from burns on neck, face, arms BBB IB n I I m and body, nnd shock ; died without regaining BBB ill N II I rl consciousness. BBB m m I 1 m Lilanp. Miss Hf.i f.v, 'Jl yenrs old. daughter BBB lit I'll of the proprietor of the hotel, burned nbout BBBl ilraVllIll body and inhnled smoke BaWBaV (It I lii Padpock. Miss AvtrilA, of Irvlnctou-nn- BBBn IKBtlllBl' Hudson, jumped from sixth story: died In Miss BBami IB Bfl m Gould's house. She wan n sistcr-ln-lnw of BBBU ill HI 19 Ramuel Goodwin, assistant trafllo manager of BBBW Iffafluisi the New York Central lt.illroid BBl' BKInlB) i rB49 avr.srs .vor nr.Aun raoir. BBBB Bli'lS I.ltt of 33 neglsirreil nt tlie Hotel Who Are BBBB Brill N"' 'l Arrounted For. BBB llli Tho register of the hotel was fourjd yester- H Blfir day, and Mr. I.elnnd furnished nn nlphabetlcal BBB nllii list of nil the 'Jl'J guests who were living nt the B Brill hotel when tho II ro occurred Of these many BBB Bull were out nf tho house nt the time Many more BBBT ' Bill I ro n0W rf'L'',,,,,ri"' 'n thor hotels, Some BBB I Bill II hnvebcen located nt private housos. A fow nro BBB BlSil In the list of tho known dead, nnd a number BBB I Bill I In the lists of injured Of those that remain, BBS Bill 1 ' "'10m ''I,,: Sl N 'as received no news, B fluil 1 doubtless n considerable part arc safe. Hut BbB i flSil I "e ""' "' "lrt-three guests as yet unac- IbV I BmM counted for Is us follows BbB i BmIj AU7F. Mrs M , New York BBB 1 "I BHii Apamh, I)r F.vamieuneS., Boston, Mass, BBB I BIH Hahrett. T. A . London. England BBB e Bl' Bubton, T M, New York. H ' 1 B I BisciioFFiiAUSFS. Huron. Germany. IB , "j V I! Hleyeii, I) L, New York. BBB ( B3 Cohen, Mrs. II, nnd son. New York city BBB a :B 9' Dela Veriinf, C II.. Boston BBBBV rl Jl BowNiso, Sir as. New ork BBbB 1 B Mil Kam.y, Wh i.iam, Mrginla HBbB I W- I GlI.nFitT, i:, and wife. New York . rl ; HotFMSN, Ml-s li. lliltluiuio. Mil jH II ij Habpuook. (' i: , Boston H '. J Holmeh. Mrs I .Chicago HHf I.KONAiin, I. F.bprlnglleld. III. V ' I I xxi as. Miss M. 1' , Chicago. Bv 111 I.amiimi. E. T . New York Bk, McNui.nr, Miss. New York. BRV II ' UcDonalp. Mrs. II.. New York. BmBBb t i Olds, F, M Maw Jersoy. Htokfs. Mrs. J. II.. New York. Hiiamie. A . Now York. HTvrTAtirn. L , New York. Hoi.omos, Mrs. V . daughter and maid, Miss llATrs, New Y'ork. Hrn.i f.ii, Mrs. R II Now York. Tati on. Mrs T. N , New York. Van Vfi htbv. A. V. W.. Now Y6rk. WensTFit. A. Ij Wit son, A, A., and wife. New York. police limt op srisaisa And nf rertnns Imiulreil fur Other Than Those nn the Hotel Iteglnter, The following list gives fifty-two names of those reported to the police as missing or In quired for by relatives or friends and not In cluded In the list from tho hotel register of guests unaccounted for Amiu im. Mrs. MAnr. -45 years old. Inquired for bv O F Beckley of .Til Wot Twentieth street Vhams, Mrs. . . . Ahams, Jlr.. and three daughters, of Cleve land, o MtviHTiioNO, BniDOET, of 125 West Twenty fourth street A.iitKrtioMi. BtcnAnn Hi.aiii. Mart. , Bom, .Mrs. nnd Miss, Inquired for by B. W. Draper, manager of tho Now lork Transfer i Company Ilium FY. Mrs. N 0. Brett. James. Bni'lT. Janf. Inqulrod for by Mary Forgot of RGrnenwicii street. ItliUHH. Mrs BtJiKlloiiN. Miss H. R. Inquired for by Mrs. J. Lewis l'nrksof 10'J Fst Twenty-first street. Ci,aiif. Mary. 2:i yeirs old. chnmbermald: Inquired for by her uncle, James MeGulre. of 'J44 I'.ast Fortv. sixth street DnrsHi.Fn, Ev,'J0 innrs old, ehamhermaldi Inmilrcd for by K. C. Tllllstrand. D54 West Hftleth street. lift ham. Mrs. Dt'MIAM, M-'OtlSTUS. FarIiiea. 1 hank, and wife. I'ARRHt. M.inoir 1'iii.irn. MIssM F. . I't'Rnriu Mls, Inquired for by Col. Kearney of the Holland House Gt'tov. Wauiien. elevator boy of 110 East l'uith street Hawortii. Joseph, the actor, went to the hotel and hail not on Friday nfternoon re turned to the Players' Club, where he lived. Kun, Anns. 17 yenrs old. servant, of 330 Fnst Twentv-flrst street. IiAt'litF. MvRtiARET. servant. I.fi and. Frfd. room elork In tho hotel. I.oiiff, II W. '2'J ears old, inquired for by Mrs lo-ncli of '212 F'.nst lOHth street. Mi Cahtmv. Miss Katherise V., 25 years old. ol 217 Fast Forty-first street, hairdresser and mnnlcure. with office nt the Windsor Hotel: supposed to have been In hotel at time of Are ; worn hracelct with Initials " K. V. M." Mi Hfumott. Mvria McDonald. Miss Elizabeth, of 428 West TwentV. sixth street. MidvNNA. JtNMF. inquired for oy Lizzie McKeiinaof 434 T.ast 120th street. Mallory. Avme. Inquired for by Mrs. Mc Keevernf 2.'1 West F'orty-elghth street Morft. Jennie. 110 yenrs old. chambermaid, inquln d for by Marie Cnrter, 140 Third street Moruav. Anna F U. Inqulrod for by Miss Bell, 44H Madison avenue 1'atfrson, Mrs., wlfo of Judge Paterson of Colorado hiiFA, Catiierivf. 40 years old, laundress, Inquired for hy Ellen Sagruo of 34 Greonwlcli nvenue Simmons. Lfi ind. employed In the hotel. Simpson. Adkiaipf, 20 years old. chamber maid. Inquired for hy her brother. Norman Simpson of South Orange. N. J Si fman, Mary. 22 vears old. Inquired for by Annie Sherman of 243 West Thirty-first street Sov. Maiu.23 venrsold. laundress, inquired for by hnrnunt. Mrs Downey of Domarest. N. J. SlOMAN. fllt'ST Tiiiimak, Annif TlFTISIUANII. V..C tormft. Mrs Sarah. W U.MI, Misses Nora, Mart and Nfliie, eerv mtr.. inquired for bv Miss Agnes Walsh, 3tr l'jist Fnrfv -sixth street Wharton. W II.. Inquired for by Mr Hegel tlngorof Hillside avenue. Newark. MORE nilO AHK JtEPOItTF.n S tFR. Ninety Aililltlnnnl Nomes oflGneits nnd Kinplnyees Arcolinleil Tor. Tlie following ninety persons were re ported safe yosterdaj. In addition to tho eighty-four whose names were given In yes terdiv's Sun At KHtMAN, Mrs J. IL. of PJalnfleld. N J., at the Holland House Aikhsmvn. Miss, of rialnfleld. N J . nt tho Holland House Hi-tts Miss Sapif. daughter of John Betts. of I ll'il West Seventv-first street. Braniii. Mrs. Jamfs, at tho Hotel Savoy. lll.lt It. ClIARI fs s Bi.nwN. Miss. at ."73 Fifth nvenue. llu kiiam. Mrs H.s, wns not In the hotel at the time of tlie lire Hi'ihiFY. Mrs hATHFRiNt, of Geneseo. Is at Hi West I ift). fourth street. llt'RK. U. li . and w ife. Now York. Blukham. Siott. Now ork.nt the Plaza. lit innN. Mrs Stiivs, 2211 Michigan nvenue, Chleigni wns out drilng when tho lira oc curreil I'AhM. l.iLfs. .'tn years old ( lupwich. Miss Cornelia M. New Haven; Is at 44 ' Park nvenue Clio man. Mrs v II. Is at tho Plaza. Ci.ATVvoiiTin. , Taunton. England. Cnni'in. W 11 . at Park vvenue Hotel Curt. Mrs ('. I . Is at f73 Fifth nvenue. ( ORNISH, John J , Hnrtfnrd. Conn. I'nuAi.niN, O. O'B . nf Itichmond, Vn . at Hoffman House Friday night: went home ves tenlav i'haiii, Catiieiunf. daughter of Lieut -Col. Craig. V S. A., of Washington, a guest of tho I.elsniis. at Hotel Cambridge. Iifmouasch. Mrs . Till enrs old. lH.Mur.l-sT. A. T , wife and maid. New Y'ork. F.LIIOT1. S 11 . of Chicago, at tho Hoffman House Fai'kt. .1 A . nt tho Hotel Buckingham. F'ish, IIfniii, of New Y'ork. I'lllIP, I ihries Gmi, J C . nnd wife, of Oneida. N. Y. (U'nifii. Mr and Mrs Arciiibald Claver IMi, are at t he Pla7.i Hotel. Hahkin, Miss Leslie, of Chicago. IIAM-.H, Miss Lvdia S, Pittsburg: was out when the lire occurred. Hatfk. Mariivret. Hfalfy. Miss, of Pittsburg. Hklluriu, C. of bnntos, Brazil: at the Grand Hotel. Howard. TnFononK. of New York. Johnson, A. B . nnd wife. .Idnfk. B W.. of Ixmdon. was downtown. Keoiih. Auouhtus. Lack. Daniel. Lindsay. Mrs J. D. Mai ka. Duncan. Mason. It .of New York, was downtown. Mil'tnTHY. Euuene. Troy, wires home that he Is all right. Mi Coy, J. s , of Now Y'ork, was out of town. McI.isf. Miss Lizzie, ot Baltimore, Mil., was not In the hotel MoI.anf, MIssSorniE. of Baltimore, Md was not in the lintel Mr Si ot. Mrs , ot Hartford. Mf'KhNNA. FIuoene P. Mhifaiii. H A . of Franklin. Pa. Mn i mi. Gen. Ciiarlfr. of Franklin, To. Mi-ni, i FXAviiFR. of Blehmond. MnitiitN. 1 La Motte. of Birmingham. Ala : nt the Hotel Martin. NFlltori. Hfnry. N'nuril, Miss l'.t i.fn. of Stamford Pt'i.nv. Mrs. J II . of Purdy's Station. Ol'INN, Kittie Qt'iNv. Marovret. 40 years old. liuniF.v. MIss.Ifnnie.30 years old. the hotel housekeeper: escaped. lil'hHFI I. Mrs Soi.SMlTn Svvrf, W H.of Bethlehem, Pa, was down town SKvMotiB, J. Q A, of New Y'ork, was at the Gienoble, Sriit'ciiARPT, Mrs , of Now York. sin krthorn. W IL. was out of town. Sorrm.i. Miss Kate, Is nt 12 West Twentv third street She Is a daughter of Gen E. Maxley Sorrell of tho Ocean Steamship Com pany Si'Al'LPlNn. Mrs. Stlinfr. Mrs : escapod from the hotel. Sterf.tt. II L. Pittsburg: was out when the fire occurred Stfvfns, Miss Nellie SrlFIFNnACH.ClIARLFS. Thompson, Glapv.b. daughter of Eugene Thompson of 3.11 West Sevonty-llrst street. I'l'HAM, Miss A.. Glens F'alls. N Y I'mieipaooii den J t' . Lexington, Ky. Vaii , Miss M art, nf Purdy's Station. Van Dike. B C.ol New York W hitnkv, W M.. and wlfo, of Albany. W iiiAMoRF, Mrs . nnd son. New Y'ork. Winchester. V J , of Now Y'ork; at the Grand Hotel inki f.man. Mrs., of New Y'ork. Wintfiifeit. H . and wife, of Germany. Wolff, F' J , ot Albany. WnLllsoN.Dr 11 M. of New York. Y'nUNii. A M. of Wnterbury, Conn,; out of town nt time nf tire. HKRK XltSSTXU HUT AIIE SAPE. I'ernnni Sepnrntrrt from Their Friends In the Confumnn Found hy Them Yesterday. It was said vestorday attheolDceof Y'ermllye A Co , 111 Nassau street, that all of the family of Donald Mnckny, head of tho banking firm, were safe nnd had gone to their summer resl dement F.uglewood.N. J Lognn C Murray of Ixiulsvllle, who was also a guest nt the hotel, accompanied tho family. Mrs Mackny, her son Duncan, her daughter Jennlo, and Miss Wise, her sister, had roomson the second floor. F'orty sevrnth street side. Duncan Mackny had been reported missing Miss Katherlno Craig of Washington, a daughter of Lieut. Col Robert Craig of tho Signal Corps. V, H. A . who was visiting Miss JUleu Laland at the Windsor, aud was reported missing on Saturday night, was found yester- I day. She is nt tho Cambridge . Miss Jennie Bugley, who was the house keeper of tho hotel, nnd who wns reported missing b Mnr) MneAndrew, with whom Hie IvcilntllMtW est Nlneti -sixth street, wns found last night Miss Hiigley was on the ground I tloorot tho hotel when the lire started Mi Le land i nine up to hern moment Inter ami implored her tn enve his wlfo nnd daughter. She w.ih pnrtlnllj overenmo by smoke and wns curried to the street There she fainted, anil she was then taken ton private house on West rllty ii 1 n tli street, where she, remained until last night. HAIIOKTIl, THE ACTOIl, MISSIU. Friends lnr He Wns Lost In Hie Fire Others Who Are .Miming. It was snld nt tho Players' Club Inst night that Joseph Hnworth, tho nctor, went to tho Windsor on l'rldny nnd hns not re turned to tho club where ho lives. They nro anxious nbout him at the club. Mr. Hnworth last nppcared In this city In "The Christian." taking E. J. Morgnn'a plncewhcnMr Morgan left tho company to go back to the I.iceum company, Hoplnycd John Sim m, tho leading mule, pirt In the play. Mr Hnworth was born In Provldonee, II I , hut spent most of his younger days in ('lev eland, w hero his father established tho family homo when Joseph was n boy. While cinploed In n newspaper ofllco ho studied elo cution, nnd hu first appeared on tho stage tit a benclit performance, reciting "Rlmmus O'Brien " Chnrlottot'rompton heard him from tho wings and olTerod him tho pirt of JhirA m;iiii. In "ltlcb.ird III" Tho performnnco took place in Mav, 1H7.I. He then bei anion member of l.llsler's stock company When Ldwln Booth went to Cleveland nnd oicned in "Hamlet," Hnworth wns cast ns J an Int. Soon nftcrw.ud Booth offered him an iiigncomeut. which ho wns compelled to re fuse, us ho had made arrangements to join the stock compaii) nt tho Boston Museum. In ISM ho went on tour with John McCullougli, playing cieci In "Othello" nnd Cumuli in "Julius Cicsar." After MeCul lough Hcoll.use Hawortii appeared In ( lilcsco In Boucicault's play, "llnbert I.mmet." 'Ihen he travelled through the country In "Hood man Blind." and later In ' Paul Kauvar" llanorth was a brother of William Itanorth, tliHiictor-plaj w right Among tho missing Is Kntherlno . McCarthy, n halriliessui and muiilciire, who had nn office nl tho Windsor She left her home, 217 Last Fortv-ilrst street, on 1 rldny nfternoon. suing that she wns going to tlie hotel and would leave there for the Hotel Manhattan nt.'lo'cloek, huv lug an appointment nt Hint hotel. Her fam ily anil friends have been nbleto get no furthor trace of hr. Sho Is 2." vcars old Mrs J. II Stokes, who Is amnng tho missing. Is nbout ) cars old, and had lived at the Windsor for ft long time Her husband dlsd sover.il vears ago He was a member of the Baltlmornhtnki s famllr. Mrs Charles II. Lee of fi Oramercy Park, n relative of Mrs. Stokes, made unsuccessful inquiry for her ut various places vestorday A V, Jonson, tho ticket ngent and telegraph operator of the W Indsnr. said last night that lie was anxious ulont .s.indford Koblnson. who had rooms on tho llfth floor. Jonson said that Mr. Boblnson bought from him nn the morning nf tho lire two tickets for Lordsburg, N. M. Ho engaged nn upper and lower berth on the train, nnd wnnted tho tickets so stamped ns to allow himself and his wife to stop over twelve hours nt Phila delphia Jonson letnlned the tickets, ns ho had to conipleto arrangements for the stop over privilege Ho talked with Mr ltohinson an hour before the fire, nnd hns not seen him since Mrs ltohinson escaped from the hotel, and is now at 44H Park avenue, but Mr. Koblnson has not hi en heard from The .Misses Sophie nnd I.l77le Mcl.nne have notllled their relatives at llnltimoro thnt they are safe with friends, and were not in the lire ut nil The familv nf Miss Horn HotTuinn ot Bnltimnre hnve prnitlcallv given her up Sho vv ns last seen nt 3o'eloek In t healternoon sitting upon the bnlinnv nf the Windsor viewing the parade Currnn Hoffman, brother of the miss ing woman, is here making adlllgent hunt, but so far his search has provid fruitless. Miss Hnffmnn. who was nn mint nf tho Misses Mc Lnne, wns a member of one ot the oldest Mary land families. nip. ISQVET. Coroner Fltrpntrli k Dei lures Thnt It Will He n Vlosl senri hlllg One. Coroner F'ltpatrick said vesterd-vy that he would hold the inquest ui March 31 If possible. "lam going tn make a thorough Investiga tion," hn said, "and II the responsibility for thedlsaster where it belongs I havn beon In formed to-cHy that the hotel people wero notl lled ten venrs ago by tho Building Department to improve tho system nf lire escapes In the building I do not know whether these recom mendations were ever cnirhd nut, but I will find out all about it at thn inquest " 1 he Coroner ihl thnt lie was n"' " believer In the mpn lire escape "I believe." he said, "that tile ropi s with which these hotels uro supplied aie a mere subterfuge, I examined tlie h. mil-. of tlmvkllms who ind used tnese rnpes.and found them cut tnthe bone It is almost a nilra'ln tor a woman to escape by me, ills of these lo es " l.vctyllonrof a hotel should have a bilconv on the outsidni nini leiel siinoundlng it nnd this balcony should have :i llieproof stairway leading to tin- ground '1 li" erection of tho balcnii) will nf ionise he an additional e pcnsi, hut whit does expense matter com piled with tlie snfeiv of hum in lives? Tho hotel proprli tins that maintain Im ropo llro eCipe should be tiled for homicide " The Cnioner added tint grent pains would be taken In selecting a jury composed of busi ness men, contructois mil building experts. avsiEws .srtntr op his EciPK. The Amnrinc llnphlity with Whl li the Fire Spread ARtolindeil Hlui. Archibald Clnvering Gunter.the story writer, and his wife. Ettn, occupied roomson the par lor floor on thn Forty-sixth street side Their escape Is described in n letter Mr Gunter has written tn his mothor. In which he snjs: "A little after 3 o'clock. Ettn had just hentcn mo at a game of crtbbage. I walked from our "ToTfo III Costs SHore Than To Do Well." This might properly read, "It costs more to BE ill than to BE well. ' ' The source of all health is rich, strong blood. It is to the body what the mighty streams are to the earth. If the blood is pure, the body thrives; if the blood is 'weak or impover ished, then every pulse-beat carries weakness instead of strength. Why iiinko thn cost of livlnp; moro thnn it need lm V Purify your blood nnd rIvo your constitution n clinnco to do Its lovol best. The only perfect blood puriller und vljror-miikiT in existence is tho woild-fnmed Hood's Sm on pari I In. It IuIiibh good, per fect health It neicr (limtii)iointn. hcrofiiln-"For months 1 went to hospital for treatment of scrofulous ulcer without re sults '1 hey snld It was the worst they ever treated I tried Hood's Sarsip.u Ilia Twelve bottles entirely cured me" CYlll'S G l'p. II M, Need ham. Mass Ito VI k-" I havn good he ilth and rosy clucks, thanks to Hood's Saisanarilln It builds mn iipand saves doctor's bills " MAItY" A Itl'llhl'.,ilu4 FnsK'lalrst . Indianapolis. Ind ljs-ilu-' My husband h.m ilvspepslii nnd Hood's Sarapnrllla cured him Our little boy was nervous nnd the baby h id ulcerous snres It cured both " Mrs l'.MM Y BEHii. l'nrtage. Pa Pour lllnoil "Thn doctor slid thero were not seven drops of gnnd hlool in my body. Hood's S itsnpuillla built nin upntid mndn mo strong nnd well" sLMEE 11110WN. 10 As tor Hill. I.vnn, Mass llruptlniis "I spent hundreds of dollars to cure eruptions nn my light leg without pernin neiit good six bottles of Hood's Sarsapdrllln completely cured me. I am very grateful" HEUMAN BAIITLLTT.4H2 llthav.. New Yotk city lll" "Sleep was impossible on nccount of the hives Took two bottles Hood's Sarsapa- L'il'E'illFM'n'sS.y'1'' CHA'lLKh Ilool' rill cure liver UuTTae non irriutlng and only CAlhtrtlc to Uks with Hood's HireApmlls. . . HiHgHaaflimMHMH I parlor Into Etta's bedroom, bo as to look ' out of tho window Next to me was a big bay window which wns nt the end of nn Immense hnll that rnn from Forty seventh streot, pnrnllol with Fifth avonue, right 1 to Forty-sixth street", each end of It having ii Inrge bay window shndod by a palm, nnd n great fllrtntlon place In the evening. As I looked from my window nt tho proi.osslon I wns compelled almost to look through the big glass panes ot tho bny window- In tho hnll. In them I saw an old gontlomun apparently smoking and looking tit the procession, nnd ns I looked nt him he seemed to bo smoking moro rapidly nnd vigorously thnn nny old mnn Ihndover heard of Ihenrdncryof affright nnd oxeltomcnt up the long hull '1 he old gentleman jumped up nml dlsuppenreit like n Hash of lightning. I saw the bay win dow dense with smoke 1 stepped out ot Lttn's room Into tho pnrlor nnd wild, '1 think the house is on lire, then opened my parlor door Into the hall and looked along It, nnd Leonard, my servant, rnn nut with roe and ran up to the end nr tho hnll All the draperies of tho bay window were In flumes nnd thn celling had already caught. 1 cried to my wlfo. 'We hnvo got to get out of horo quick; the houso Is on flro.' But I had no idea of the rapidity with which the Humes would spread Within sixty seconds utter I spoke my wlfo, sho not having time to grnb her purse from tho tnble, nml I, not having time to put on my over coat, were compelled to run down n bind ing stalrwny to tho street, the burning paint fnlllng on my lint Wo had time to snve nothing but our lives, but, thank God, wo enmoout uninjured. After rcnchlng the street. I turned around nnd saw our rooms lu n mnss nf flames That wns not over ono minute nnd thirty seconds from tho time 1 saw the old mnn In the bny window As Mrs Gunter left her bedroom a kind of explosion nfllamu blew from the hall Into her bedroom. Leonard, our servant, who rnn to thn office to glvo tho alarm, was not over twenty seconds giving it. "The lire spread with such rapidity that tho people who lived in the rooms next us wero unaDlo to get out oxtept through tho windows nnd down Indders. As wo came out the people wero on tho lire escapes "The heroism ot the firemen wns simply sublime. They climbed Into almost Impossible Places, scaled walls six stories high with the nld of only hand ladders that they caught upon the window sills, nnd cnrrled women fnlnttng nnd women screaming nnd struggling with hysterics down In thfilrnrms Nearly every rescue of n womnn from the upper stories wns at the risk of the life of some brave fireman, nnd I saw them take many down from almost impossible heights." EXPERIESCB OP TIIE DE COIWOTAS. They XTnre In Vn Unfitly Danger, lint Llt AH Their Personal Ilelonglngs. Mrs. Alfred De Cordovn. wife of tho well known AVnll street mnn. who wns reported missing for n time, left tho hotel In hor car riage, shortly before tho fire, to visit a friend In the neighborhood She wns told of tho fire by her coachman, and nt once left her friend's house nnd was driven back to tho hotol to find It b mass of flnmes. Mr De Cordovn had come to the hotel enrly thnt nfternoon nnd had told his wife thnt he was going to a Turkish hath In the neighbor hood. He took with him n suit enso contain ing n dress suit, which he intonded to put on He didn't put it nn, however, when he heard of the tire. With the exception of this dress suit and the clothisthey worn thoDe Cordovas lost nil theli personal belongings, which Included vnluahlo jewelry Their room was over the room where the Are ! supposed to hnve started. HOTEL'S FIRE BRIflAnK. It Did What It Could tn Fight the Iilnte, hut Wns Finally Driven llnrk. J H Sullivan, the eloctrlolnn of the hotel. In dlgnantly denied Inst night thn report thnt the hotel employees had mndo no effort to light the flames " When the alarm was turned in." ha said. " I was in the ub-celhr with two engineers, two firemen, nn oiler, a painter, two carpenters, a coal passer and n steainlltter We immediately started tho three fire pumps Then we drew tho flros under the boilers and filled them with water, so that there would be no danger nf nn explosion We stopped all the ongines but one, which wn left running to use up nnj steam that might coinn from the boilers ""Ihen wo nil ran upstairs and unwound the hose from the reels on the llrst nnd fourth floors 'I hen was 3,200 feet of brand-newhose In the building. KHi feet on each nf the four corners nf the eight floors Wo got thn water going through, but wo were soon driven out We escaped bv the Fortv. sixth street entnnoe unhurt. except John OilTord. tho steamllttor, who rnn upstnirs to notify tho other servants He was burned and was taken to n hospital " In addition to the lire pumps the hotel had Iwn tanks on the servantsrfloor that hoi I lot), (MM) gallons of water It was believed that these tanks would glvo n sufficient pressure even If the fire pumps broke down. But water In nny qunntitv would not have put out that fire." MA.T 3lORE HOTELS .TP.ST T.IKE IT. Windsor Ilnd Compiled with All I.nw, hut Wns Nevertheless n Fire Trnp. Elbrldgc T Gerry, tho owner of the Windsor Hotel building, refused to see reporters ves terdny Ho left word nt his houso that he had absolutely nothing to say on the subject ot tho fire Commissioner Brndyof the Department of Buildings remained in his ofllco for several hours after tho regular Saturday closing tlmo jesterday to discuss the Windsor Hotel llro He had on his desk the file of original plain and specifications for all changes mnde in tho building since its construction. At the tlmo It was erected, in 1H71. ho (aid. tho building was regarded as moro than usually safe Changes In methods nnd new building laws had. however, relegated It to the very danger ous class, as nearly all hotel buildings in the city constructed prior to 1K02. might now bo regarded. 'The erection of such a structure would not be permitted at present, becauso all buildings of tho class ware bound to be lira traps. As originally sonstructed the Windsor had no exterior lire escapas. Commissioners Ea terbrook, D'Oench nnd Brady ordered that snm bt placed on tho building in 1S70, 1KS"5 nnd 1802 respectively. nnd six vvereereeted un der these orders. The hulldlncwns thoroughly equipped with every minor appliance rsqulrcd by law, incl'jdtng.handgrenades, rope escapei. red lights at stalrwav s. Ao , and a fire squad among the emploseea was orgaulzsd and had occasional drills. "Every Drocaution for safety that can be tnken under tho law." said Commissioner Brady, "was taken It Is a well-known fact, however, thnt a groat many people who ston in these old-fashioned:tiote!sdo not avail them selves of the opportunity thnt Is given id them nf oecomlng familiar with the various ways of escaiw from their rooms, and do not learn how to use the rope escapes effectively. '1 hero it unlr one way that I can see to improve the situ ation. That Is for the puslle to Isiycott the hotels which are not llroproof. Such uctlou would tone tho proprietors ot such houses to rsmodel their buildings or go out of business " lire Commissioner Scnnuell was at Lake wood on Frldai Ho returned vesterduy morn ing and looked ovc tho ruins "Nothing cnuld havo saved tho building once the lire gained n little headway." he s ild. "it wept nn like a paper hnuse and just us wo existed ll would go should a lire start there. Y'ou might call It n tinder box We know It to bo such, and, what Is more, vvs know that there nro several just such hotels in the city which will go in the snme wu it n lire gets n good stmt We cannot do anything to prevent the recurrence of u similar dlmsier I dnro not even mention tlie names of tho hotels that this department knows to be death traps, ns 1 would lay mvself open to an action In the courts fin damages Thnt hotel nml others of ft similar elinr.uter were constructed accord ing in the'.bulldliiL- laws prevailing at the time nf their construction The laws havo changed since then, but the new laws do not applv to buildings ulrealv tonstructed nnd nothing Jin legallv be done to render life more secure in thosn hotels unless new legislation apply ing tn the nin bull llius should be enicted ' lire (hierllugh Bonner said that all tha wntei In tho East lllver could not hnve extin guished the flro when the firemen arrived ut the hotel "1 saw Immediately that we could not savo tho building," he said. ' and so 1 directed tha nun to bend all their elTorts to saving life We knew tint tho character of tho construc tion of the building made It dangerous for human life In case of n flro. but wo had done all vv e legallv -ould do '1 he owners of tho ho tel nnd compiled with nil the requirements nf our department. Our inspectors examined the hotel twice a month, ns our records will show "W e hnvo nothing to do with exterior fire es capes. That matter Is within the jurisdiction of the Building Department We havochnrgo of the devices mnvlded In each room, such ns ropes for enabling guests tn get tn the street. 1 ho hotel was properly equipped In that par ticular. In fuct.lt fully compiled with all the lequlrementsotthelaw. but It was constructed under the luws of a quarter of n century ugo. I don't see how such a building could bemads so far safe- that a great loss of life would not result from a fire unless It wns pulled down and reconstructed according to our present laws." 1 Superintendent Blackwell of tha Telegraph bbbbbbbbbbbMbbbH Bureau at Flro Headquarters said yesterday that thn first Alarm came in nt3:14 "'clock from box 542. which Is ut Fifth nvenue nnd Forty-eighth street. Thcro was no Becond nlnrm. but the third nl inn wns rent from box tV-M, Fifth nvenue nnd 1 ortv-Ilfth street. nt.'lils. o'clock A foul tli alarm could not be sent from that box, so a fireman hnd to goto Sixth ave nue nud Forty-second street to turn In the iihirm It was 3:2H o'clock when tho signal sounded At 3..W o'clock ft fifth nlnrm wns sent from tho box nt Sixth nvenue nnd Fortv -ninth street. Seiernl minutes' time seems to have been lost by the lltemnn looking for boxes from which n fourth and llfth nlnrm could h" sent. According to tho telegraph system In voguo only a second nlnrm can be sent from some boxes. 1 rom others not moro thnn a third nlnrm can bo sent. Tho system Is nrranced'accordlng to the natur of tho buildings In the different parts of the city, the two-nlarm boxes being in those parts of the city where a largo.dro Is not expected, HE 1IAI OVP.STS' JEWELRY. Detectives Arrested n Sinn Who Wns Car rying Off 810.00) Worth nf Property. During tho confuslou which followed tho alarm Detectives Cuff nnd McN'aught ot the District Attorney's ofllco arrested n mnn who was running through F'orty-slxth street toward Mndifou avonue with a Inrge bundle wrapped tn a sheet, tvldcntly taken fro-n tha burning hotol. He gavo the nnme of Frank Knln and said thnt he was a reporter on a Chi cago pater, but hnd been In this city for nbout six weeks living nt 270 Bowery. He said thnt the bundle contained clothing nnd jewelry which ho hid takou from the hotel to suvo for the owners. He said ho wns looking for n policeman lo -vhom he might deliver tho property When Cuff oponod the bundle ho found a number of silk underskirts, several pairs of trousers, two sonlskin sneques and other ar ticles of wenrlng npnirel. In tno centra of tho largo bundle was n smnllerono wrapped la a nnnkln It contained n miscellaneous col lection ofjswelry, im hiding sixteen ladles' stickpins, nineteen scnifnlns, several brace lets nnd rings, n pocketbook nnd a card caso with the name "Umer MeKinlev" In gilt let ters on the flap. In the nocketbook wore sev eral prlvato document, the property of Mr. MeKinlev. Tho jeweliv Is estimated to bo worth between $7,(I00 and flu.ooo 'I he man showed a stni-shniied budge with the mime of a Chlingo paper upon it In corroboration of his stori At tlie Centro Street Police Court yesterday Mnglstrnle Flnmmer romnt ded the prisoner to Police Headquarters until to-day to glvo the detectives time to Ilnd the owners ot tho piopertv In explanation ot how he came into possession ol the pruperty Kalu said: ."1 was wnlking along Fortv-sixth streot, nent lltth nvenue, about 3 l,ri o clock, and hnd just leached the woman's entrance tn the Windsor Hotel when I heard a cr of 'Fire 1' In a woman's vnlce. I rushed in aud saw n woniin on the llrst landing of tlie stairway dressed In a nightgown Sho was wringing her hands and crying for some ono tnsave her. I ran un tho stairs, ami s-elng a bathrobe In a room, the door of which was onen. 1 wrapped It about the woman and carried her to the street. She threw herself on hei knees and Implored mo to go back and snve her mother, who. sho slid, was lu n loom on the third lloor. Bv the time 1 had leichcd the llrst binding the smoku was pouring down tho stairway and I was unable to go nny furthei "I saw several doors wild h were open, nnd, thinking I might savo some proi erty nf value, ran into tho llrst one I came tn, which was that of Abner McKlnley I found his card case nnd tocketbook is Inn upon the dresser. In the adjoining room I siw n number of sklrlsnnd i sealskin acqnc, and 1 threwevery thlngll snw Int i a sheet und carried it into tho hallway. In tho second room finm thnt occu pied by Mr McKlnley I found 'he jewelry laid nut upon n tablo and githered It up In a imp kln, which I found In the room. On mv way out I rati Into n policeman and asked him to take clnrgo of the proi erty. hut he rushed by me Into the building without listening. I was looking foi another policeman when 1 was ar rested, ' i.osnos pommp.t ox the fire. Sympntby for the Victims nnd Frnlso for thn Itesi uers. fv'nnt CabU VttpattK tn Tur Srr. I.ovpns. Mnrch IS The expressions nf sym pathy with tlio victims nf the Windsor Hotel flro nro widespread nnd sincere The r,ill MnU llmrtle pays a high trlbuto to the nerve dlspliyed by thn rescuer nnd tho coolness in the fnco of dnnger shnwn by some nf thosn who escaped The paper siys It hns tin wih tn speculate as to the responsibility for the flro or the llfe-sivliiR deficiencies until Inquiry sh ill tince them The I'triiiim sMihumI expresses surprise tint someone In tlio room did not tear down the lace curtain in which tho flio start od and stamp out thn fi lines Thn sr .AiiicN f.atrtt, lauds the conduct of Helen Gould, who, the paper sivs, already de served well of hor country. Knlse Iti port About Mr. f ilnnd. Warnnl" Leland caused to be published In the nfternoon newspipcrs yesterdiy the an nouncement that he would m iko his head quarters nt tho Hotel Gienoble. and In qulrlcs for missing persons may be matin then' No nne called during tho dm or night. Mr Lcl ind and his phvsici in, Dr I. . I'll U in. both denounced the storv of u morning new-pipei to the effect that hewns insane Mr. l.elntid shows thn gri at strain under vv lilch he Is laboring, but he Is as oh ar headed ns usual nml doing all hu can in tho trying circuin stain es Sinn on Lelnnd, a cousin of the proprietor of tho Umdsoi, slid th it the tnniilv h id given un all hoi n of the s.ib tv of I'nil I eland and 1 eland Mmmotis, cousins (f Mr Lelnnd, both ot whom wuio employed In the hotel, tho Boys' Shirts, Waists & Blouses In announolng our Spring Styles, which nro now ready, wo wish to em phasize tho fact that tho Ono Store dovotcd exclusively to Childron, Naturally carries a great many more of these articles than any general store can afford to do ( In a larger assortment of mate rials and greater variety of styles many designs and patterns made especially for us, and not to be had elsewhere. Our businosi In Everything for Chil dron is so largo that it keeps the stock always freh and novel, and nlo en alilei us to sell ut tho lowest piioes. 60-62 Wesl 23d St. SIEDE. Spring Styles in Ladies' Tailored Suits, Evening Gowns and Jackets Examples of the season's ideas may be seen at our shop. 42 West 34th St. i HUHaMHBBnBaiBVBi HEALTHY, HAPPY HOMES. ! Dr. Greene's Norm Brings Health and Joy Alike to Parents and Children. No home Is Irippy where raronls or children nre sick oi out ot health If ou would enmr happiness, seek health for om selves and vour hlldren I)r (ireeiie's Nervura blond, ind nervi remcilv istlio creatcst and surest ristorerot health known, It Is the unuidest of all tnmilv modi- Nervura t cmiM not eat crilMp. 1 coaM not do rnr hotisporlt, but now I Am like a different wnmftti I ulvs tlm tetlrannil that oilier mflfrera mav rad It and liimw the coort Ni rviirmllil me and my rh Idren " llemem hor that I)r Oreenn's N'eruirn blood nnd nervo reined) Is notn pitont medicine, hut a regular phvslclan's prescription, the discovery of Dr Greene. H.I West 14th M .New ork t it), undoubtedly tlie most successful ph)slelan In curini; nervous, chnuilc and lincitinc dlseasm, nnd that lie can be consulted, froo of eharco. In any c.iso. either personall) or b) letter. Newest : Carpets. Our Spring Patterns every kind, from Wiltons to Ingrains are in and ready for your inspection. Finer Car pets were never turned out. 'I he st les, in the high grades especially, are ex ceptionally rich and unique. Special Drive j0 Cear out ac ,' cumulation of odd rolls and parts I Special Drive pieces, we quote these astonishingly low prices nona I Special Drive ) but reliable go . ods. I Axminsters, jSl.l 5 regular, at 5c I Extra Tapestry, 85c. regular, at A 5c I Worsted Velvets, ?1. 10 regular, at 7Jc kxtra Velvets, Si. 25 regular, at 77c Hody Brussels, SI. 10 regular, at 7Ar Best Body Brussels, Sl-20 regular, at Tzc All-Wool Ingrains, 65c. regular, at .iOo'and -174c CARPET RUGS, all sizes and qualities, at about one-third less than regular prices. John & James Dobson, 2 EAST 14 TH STREET, Corner Fif th Avenue. former as room clerk and the latter ns wine Menard Fred Inland wns asleep in his room on the fifth lloor nnd Lelnnd Simmons wns asleep I" room i75 on tho sixth floor nt the time nf the Hi o. inquiries for Ilnron Blsehoffshelm, Jo seph Hawortii or Law) or A V W Vim Vechler of th I'nlvenlt) Club or Silas Dovvnlnc. vvho Is ii wholesale wool merchant at 508 llroad vvnv, wero m.ido vestcrday. Jlr I.el.ind said that he hoped that tho hotol would be rebuilt. Death of the Father of n, Man Who F.rnpd from the A Inilnor. PnovinEvrF. II I . JInreh 1H Alfred Birton. the need father of Nathan II Barton, who with his fnmlly escaped from the Windsor Hotel ilurlnKthe fire on Friday, was asphyxiated nt his son's home this mornlnc When ho retired he accidentally opened ninUoln n cas heater In his room, probably by stumbling ncalnst It. It was. only sllehtl) opened He was 7M venrs old. wns formerly In tho drv Bonds business, and wns n prominent Mnson who had travelled extensively and was widely known In the fraternity. A Iloaton Wnmnn Mimlnc Dr Evancellnn fl. Adams of 1R Huntlneton avenue, llostnn. camo to Now York on business, nn March 11. nnd left word that she would re turn to lloston on March 27. Nn news from her has been received at her olllco In lloston ainco the fire. FORCED TO STAMP TIIE DEED, Although the Convejnnee Waa Largely m Mntter nf Fnrm. A deed conveylnc nearly half a million dol lars worth of real estate tn Lone Island City to the United States Mortifnuo and Trust Com pany was filed recently In the County Clerk's office in Jamaica by the nomostend Company. Tho latter neclected to affix to tho document tho revenue stamps required bylaw. Yester day In the ofllco of United Btates Commis sioner Moore, collector nf tho First Now York district In Ilrooklyn, tho Homestead Company wns eompellod to affix $'JfS0 worth of stamps to the deed. The usual penalty of 10 per cent, was re mitted. In the lienrlnc heforo the Commis sioner the Homestead Company set forth thnt the property was encumbered with mortcaues to the amount of S2tl.7fi ind thnt the transfer wns mndo to dispose of n numberof irore pieces of real estate nnd wns lamely n matter of form. MR. M'KIXLEY E.VJOTS U1B REST. He Soya He Ia Feellna: Much Better Thnn When lie Iteached ThoiuniTillr. TnoMASvn,l.E. Oa . March 18. President McKlnley Is enjoying his stay hero very much When questioned to-day as to his health and his opinion of thocllmnte. tho President snld: "I nm not only enjoylns my present stay here, but I have always enjoyed my trips to Oeorcia Your balmy climate Is delightful and I nlwnys find It pleasant here Georgia pos mssos many attractions and I consider this nlaco a linn nne in which to rest torn time. The driving hereabouts Is splendid ami I nm already feeling much better after spending several davHHivnj frnm Wii-hingtnn " The temper itnro here this week hat varied from (!)' to 70" nnd tho weather hns been line. rocked Up for Abduction. "Manny" Franklin, 21 years old, nf 2.T7 Rtanton street, was locked up In the r.ldrfilgo street stntlon last night on a ehnrge of nbdue. tlon. 'llio complnlnnnt wns Mrs Hotsy Stein berg of 1-H F.ldrldgo street sho nllered that FrauWIiii hnd induced lierl7-veiir-olddaiighter Annie to run nway with him to Philadelphia some weeks ago and llvo with him as liiswife. Frjnklln denied the charge Why Does The Sun HrHrve that It ia eaeclall) adapted to do your ad vrrtlalUKl llecatue In all Nw York there la no man of nrop erty, no man of rral aubiUuce, no citizen of aland Inn and of honorable amkilluu who doea not read Sas Uvv.JLdt, .EllPAXT ROnitF.n MR. EAMF.S. Flndlne of Ilia Shotgun In a, Pawnahayi I.enila to Thief. A couple of months neo there were a series of unexplained rnbberios at tho house of IM wnrd V.. Fames, a member of the dry goods firm -of II It Clnflln X Co . at 50 Plerrepont street. Ilrooklyn. the vulue of the plunder amounting to moro tb. in $-100 dipt. James lleyiioldsof tho Central Oftlcn d"tectlvo sijuad gavo the caso special attention, but It was not until last nluht that an arrest was in ids Tho prisoner N Vlexandor W Smith. 'JO jears old, nf l.TI l'earl street, who had been emplo)od early in tho winter to attend to the furnnirt In Jlr. F.nmes's house, Detective Ser geant lloehe, n few daysngo, discovered an $10 shotgun, whlcli wns iimong the urtlclcs stolen from Mr K.iines, in u pawnshop. Tho gnu had been sold bv Smith to ( harles Stone, n hotel keeper In Washington street, Tor $S, nml then sold by stone to llobert K. Spoonor of H'Jo Presldont stroet for $10. Hpooner pawned It for $.1 Thero Is no suspicion that oltlier Stone or Hpooner had nny knowledge that the gun hnd been stolen. Smith was locked up in tha Adnms street station Inst night. Warrant Served on .lack Chlnn. Lexington. Ky.. March 1R A bench warrant for the arrest of Jack Chlnn was returned this morning, hnvlng been served hy Oeorge P. Chlnn. a deputy sheriff of Mercer county It wns accompanied hya bond of $.100 for Jaok Chlnn's uppenrnnce hereon June 1 next, at the Criminal 'lerm of tho Fnyetto Circuit Court. J. Morgan Chlnn Is his father's surety. Chnncea In the Equitable Building. Plans ware filed with Building Commissions Brady yesterday for Improvements to cos! 5.10.000 In the Equitable bulldlne. at 120 Broadway. Tha chnnges will Includo the con struction nf a newstnircase and a new etosl vault ot largo dimensions. Univrralty Club Strlk Settled. The strike on the University Club's new building nt Fifty-fourth street nnd Fifth ave nue, ordered about a month ago by the Ilulld lug Trades Council, Iuih been won by the coun cil, nnd tho strikers returned to work yesterday West Virginia Oil Town Tlnrned, PAnnrnsnunn, W. Va , Mnrch 18 Plney Fork, nn oil town In Wctrel county, was burned to-day. Seventeen dwelling homes.two hotels nnd nil the business part of the town wero dostro)ed. Tho loss is estimated al $150,000. i SKILFUL COOKS' DUTY. Should Make Food Taste and Look -, Well. Tho truo seleneo of cookery Is to select proper nnd mmrishliiK ingredients and then ir-jnio Ilium in mh h a manner as will pleiiho tho tiisto, nml incidentally the eye, Tho most nluublo food will not long ngri'o with a poison if lt tusto is dlsncr o nbln. Tills diich not iiikiik that all nice tastinn nitli'li'b nin nutritious nnd noun-h-inp;, Hovf i or, it in tho duty of nil food ex perts to prodiici' ilnlli'Ioiib food nnd from tin- tii st posjilhlu Ingredients, niul to hnvo a compiclienslo kiinwIiMliij of tho laws of digestion mid nssliuilntliiii. Ginp-Ntits, tho now food, miule by Pns ttnii (Vie.il Co., l,im., Imttli' Cieek, nnd now on wilo ut jrioeors, is thought to li tho liM.i -ttypeiif M'b'iiUlluilly iiiiuIk fooil thus fill plinlllel ll It pohii'iSi s the llelii Ut KlVOi't of crnpo- 8iigm, wiih a new uinl pi i iiliiu ihtviu or a mo-i winning i luirui'li'i, u hi In the p: o.s of iiiiinufin lino have InmiKlit tho food to such ii condition th;it It Is fihsorlsul hy thn BVBtom lu a most nutuuil und healthful manner. Adv.