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t THE SUN sui 0 TUESDAYFnBRUARY TIiSbAY F1131tTA1Y F1131tTA1Y9b l 9 9b f 1904 n = 1
f Raptly laptlybutwere but butwere were being forced torcedto to divert more morad moreand moreand
and ad more of their efforts from tho wea weab4nk west westI
t b4nk to the east where the lumber yards yardwere yardswere yardswere
were beginning to blaze when a very ma mntcrial maal matqa1
tcrial al relief came in the ho shape of the first liradetachment firstd4tachment firstdEtachment
dEtachment detachment of NewTork New York firemen will willothers with withotl withothere
others otl ere from Philadelphia and Wilmington WilmingtonThe Wlln ngwn ngwnTile
p The New York relief consisted of engine engincsl
18 l and 29 and truck 33 The men had no nohad not nothad nothad
had anything any tiling much to eat since they the lef lefNew leltNew 1etNew
New York ns they had made no prepara preparatlohs preparations preparati
tlohs ti rs for the trip They thought thou ht when vrhcithey whenthey whenthey
they got the theordt order ord r to go to Jersey er80Y City Citythey Citythey Citythey
they said that they were merely detailed detaileton detailedon
Il on a blaze over there But they refused refimodhowever refuIIlhoW refusedJ
J however hoW ever to take the time to eat after thejgot they theyt
t got here and every man jumped to hit hitplace hiepJ hisplace I
and truck truclcould truckcould truckcould
place pJ ce as lOon as the engines
could be unloaded unlo ed and the horses hookot hookotup hookeup luookodup <
up Tho horses had stood the trip well wcland welland welland
and were in fine fettle fettleThe fettleThe fettleb
b The New York men at once notified th thBaltimore the theBAltimore theBaltimoro <
Baltimore authorities that they wanted t tgo to toa9 toa <
a go g to tho very front of the th fight They Thojwere Theyi Ihoywere
were sent to Joness Creek and on tho way wajdown waydown wayb
i down from tho railroad station they wer wercheered were werecheered werei
b i cheered lustily by the excited crowd time timeand timeand timeIi
Ii and again The engines were stationed on onon one oneon oned
d on each of tho bridge near tho high hlglicanning highcanning highe
e canning factories owned by John Boyland Doyle Doyleand Boylet
t and A M Myers The canal there Is nar narrower narrOwer natC ¬
C rower rOwer than at other places in the burnt burntdistrict blltntdl buftntdistrict
district dl trlct and the greatest concern was wa felt feltabout feltabout feltabout
about the big piles uiles of lumber in the Wilson Wilsonyards Wilsonyards Wilsona
a yards on thooppomte bank bankThe bankThe
1 i The Philadelphia engines and some of the theothers theothere theiI
iI others that had tried to work from the thebridges thebtidgM theii
ii bridges using salt water from the canal canalhad analbad
1 bad to give g e It up OB their iglnes couldnt couldntstand couldntetand couldntI
I stand the brine The New York machines machinesdidnt machineSdidnt machinesn
n didnt find a bit of trouble with the salt saltwater saltwater saltI
I water They played their streams In fine finehape tinei fineshape
i shape Early In the afternoon the first firstK fiNtNew firstw
K New w York Yorkdetachment detachment was reinforced by bythe bythe bythe
the second all the engines engl nO of which were werestationed werestationed
1 stationed down around tim I he big canning canningfactories cannln canningfectories g gfactorietJ
factories and the ice houses on the west westbank weJitbnk westLink
bank bankOne bnklOne LinktOne
lOne One lonely fireboat followed the progress progressof
of the flames toward the harbor spouting spoutinga spoutinglittle
a little stream that sizzled as a ft struck the thehot thehot thehot
hot Umbers but didnt do much else elseTHB elseTlJB elseTflfl
The real fight the fight that resulted In Inthe Inthe inthe
the checking of the fire was wa made when whenthe whenthe whent
t I the flames began to lick up tho big canning canningfactories canningi
I i factories and ice houses They leaped leapedacross leapedI leapedacms4
I across the stream into the lumber yard on onthe onthe
1 the east bank almost enveloping the fire firemen firemen firemen ¬
men on the bridges The lumber in the theyards theyards theyards
yards was fired in many places but tho thocombined thocombined thoi
i f combined efforts of the New York con contingent coni contingent ¬
i tingent with the work of several other of ofthe ofthe ofthe
f the down visiting companies held the flames flamesdown flamesdown flamesdown
3 CHIEF C JIIP nowxa GOOD wonK WORKChief wonKChief wonKChief
Chief Howe of the New York force by bybis bybls byLie
Lie presence pr ence of mind in the opinion of many manyof manyelt manyef
of the local as well as outside firemen was waslargely waslargely waslargely
largely responsible for the checking check lug of the theflames theflames theiJ
iJ flames Ho saw a tugboat tied at a dock docknear docknear docknear
near the eott bank took it and passing pa > lng the thehoes theLose
hoes out from the engines on the bridge bridgeto
to It he kept the boat moving up and down downthe downthe downthe
the canal In a way that permitted the big bigstreams bigtrealIlB bigI
I streams of water to be thrown In to the thovery tnevery thevery
very heart of the burning section along alongthe nlongthe alongthe
the water front frontNearly trontNearly frontu
u Nearly all of tho firemen who were werestationed weref weref
f f stationed along Jones Creek for the thefinal thefinal thet
t I final struggle were exhausted when the theflames theflames ther
flames were announced to ho under control controlabout controlabout controlj
j about sunset Not one of them however howevercould howeverool
r could ool d leave his post and some who actually actuallyreeled actuall actuallreeled actuallycr
cr reeled from weakness had to be pulled pulledaway pulledaway pulledaway
c i It was not until about 7 oclock when a arelief arellafof arelief
relief rellafof of several companies from Atlanta AtlantaOa AtlalltllOaapplallrl AtlarkQa
Oa Oaapplallrl appeared on the scene that thc thobig thclag r rIng
big companies began to think of packing packingUp i iup
Up Many of the out of town firemen firemenout firemenout firarnenout
out of pity for the Baltimore firemen who whohave whoLava I
have been on their feet for about thirty thlrtyIz thirtysix
six Iz hours volunteered to relieve them in inwatching inwatching I Iatchlng
watching the smouldering ruins tonight tonightThe tonightThe tonightThe
The firemen in their work along the crock crockkept creekkept crockkept
kept up a running fight for almost half a amilti amilo amile
milo miltiUBTBRASUBT miloI
The fire at one time tlmolullt last evening evenln threat threatened threalI threatened ¬
I ened to consume the United States Sub SubTreasury SubTrclUlllry SubI
I Treasury building Post Office Court House Houseand HouRCand Houser
r and City Hall In tho SubTreasury Sl1hTr lIsury there therewas therewas therewn
wn was hn amount of coin Mid aid to bo in the theneighborhood thonelKhhorhood theneighborhood
neighborhood of 18000000 The vaults In Inwhich Inwhich inwhich
which which it is I kept are under a time lock and andcould andcould andcould
could not he opened until 10 oclock this thismorning thlllmorning thismorning
morning On account of the themonoy money in tho thobuilding thoI thebuilding
building n guard of United States soldiers soldierswas soldllraWIUI
I I was huptlfxl to the place plaeeto to he on hnnd in inrase InMe incue
cue Me Anything happened When the wind windveered windTeerOI wjnuiveered
veered slightly RJllht Iy and It was seen the Trrjisury Trrjisurywas
was safe everybody breathed a slab of ofrelief otre1ltlf ofrelief
relief Tho SiibTronsury City Hall and andother andother andother
other public buildings mark the line up to towhich tot
which tho flames came cameHANKERS cameRANKER camenANaRs
t r
The bankers wh w o are members mem rl of the theClearing theClearing theClearing
Clearing House lions e AFsoclntlcn AfI oclatiGn of the city cityheld cityheld cityheld
held a mooting this morning No plan of ofoperationswas otoperalions ofoperations1
operationswas operalions was devised the bankers being beingtoo beingtoo beingtoo
too much concerned with the condition of oftheir orthllr oftheir
their vaults in which nil oF thn cash C Ilh and a agreat ai agreat
i great deal of the securities were kept All Allof Allof Allof
of these vaults VIl ltS were ere found Intact today todayTo lodayTo todayr
To r get into them much work will be neces necessary necosI ¬
I sari
saryThe The bankers made the announcement announcementtoday announcementi t ttoday
i today that the New York banks had offered offeredthem otferedI offeredthem
I them assistance which would be accepted acceptedBorne acceptedSome acceptedi
i Borne ine plan for resuming some sort of busi business buslt ¬
I t i I ness I1e S It was said would be taken up to tomorrow 10morrow tor ¬
r morrow The sight of the flames and the therumora therumot1S theJ
J rumors of the fire turning In its I Is course coursewhich collraowhich courset
t which filled the alkali air all day were enough enoughto
lf to take the mind of every one off business businessto
to some extent extentMANX extentMNT t tUNY
c As more than a dozen banks and trust trustcompanies trustcompanies
4 I E companies have been put out of business businessthe businessJJe businessthe
the financial situation hero is critical criticalJust criticalIUllt cvitlcalc
c Just how much money was wlUllocked locked up in th thvaults thn thnvaults ihoI
I vaults of o these various financial institutions institutionscannot Institutionscannot institutionsI
I cannot be leained with any an degree of ac accuracy acClrocy acI ¬
I curacy tonight The fact that BO many manymerchants man manmerchanlR manyC
C merchants have been wiped out however howeverand howeverand howevera
a and the additional fact that most of their theircoiih thelrCIIIIh theirU
U coiih was in the banks and trust companies companieshas < ompanJedhas
1 has led to the opinion that within forty fortyeight tortyeight fortyp
p eight hours or so failures will follow In the thewake thewake iheb iheI ihewake
b wake of the fire fireNO firrNO fireNO
a It was reported yesterday that millions millionsof
a of dollars in cash C > Ih had been burned up upOne upOne upf
f One of the Baltimore 1t1more bankers told TUB TUBSON TUBBUN TizaI
I SON correspondent tonight that ho very verymuch verymucb veryI
I much doubted If a dollar had been burned burnedAll burnedAU
2 All of the money In tho banks and trust trustcompanies lrustcompanlls trustC
C companies ho said was in the vaults vaultsThese vaultsTheae vaultsf
f These of course were fireproof in the thostrictest th thtrictest thet
t strictest sense of tho term How much muchthe muchthe mucht
t the vaults and consequently their con contents contents contents ¬
tents have been damaged by the falling fallingof
of del debris > ris no one can say but I believe believeit
l it will be found f und when we get at the vaults vaultHthat vaultsp aultf aultftnat
p that all money id II all right rightA
ci A H S Post third vicepresident of the theMercantile theMercantllo tholu
lu Mercantile Trust and an Deposit Company Companysaid Companysaid Companysaid
said a Qow aw minutes before 5 I oclock this thinafternoon thisafterrtoo thisa
a afterrtoo afternoonF afternoonhave afternoon 1 1I
1 have just como from our building buildingA
A Guaranteed Cure for Plies PliesItchlnj IUaJkllinr Pilelcbag
Itchlnj Wind Uleecllne or orJrolrndlnlr Irotrudlnr Pile PliesTour PileTour PileYour
Tour druijlst wlU refund money If PAW OINT OINTUBNT OJNTMJlNT OINTLsrT
UBNT t faIJI Ut to 0 cum cur you 111 lu Q I to 0 14 4 day ux WOAIII WOAIIIII Ati
t IIt II
JO ° matter how re remote remote remote
mote the issue of ofyour ofyour ofyour
your next Booklet BookletTalk Book BookletTalk et etTalk
Talk it it over with The TheCHELTENHAM TheCHEL TheCHELTENHAM
0 0I
150 I 50 Fifth Avenue AvenueSouthwetl AvenueSouthwest AvenueSouthwest
Southwest Corner Twentieth Street Streetafter Streetafter Streetafter
after making an examination of our vault vauliIt vaultIt vaultIt
It is not even warm and I am sure the con CODtents contents contents
tents are all right rightRobert rllthtRobert rightRobert
Robert Jtother tother president of the HopklnPlace Hopkins HopkinsPlace HopkinsPlace
Place Savings Bank said saidOur MidMOur saidOur
MOur Our building Is one of the few In th thdUtrict thdistrict the thedistrict
district where the fire started that Is still stlistanding stilistanding stillstanding
standing The building Is damaged damag d bu buthe but butthe butthe
the vault Is as good as ever I could have havopened haveopened haveopened
opened it this afternoon had I desired desiredWe desiredWe desiredWe
We have 10000000 in securities but no noover not notover notover
over 00000 in cash cashHANKS cashDANKS cashBANKS
Besides thellopklrw Place SavingsBankth SavingsBankthCommercial SavlngsBanktheCommercial SavingsflanktheCommercial
Commercial and Farmers and the Citizens CitizensNational Citizensatlonal CitizensNational
National are the only banks right in th thdistrict the thedistrict thedistrict
district where the fire started which whichelcapcd whichelcapcdThe escaped escapedThe escapedThe
The Commercial and Farmers had a nar narrow narrowe8cape narrow
row rowe8cape escape It owned the big South street streobuilding 8trectbuilding streetbuilding
building whleh cost 1250000 I OOOO Only about aboua abouta
a week ago the bank moved from the South Soutlstreet Southstreet Southstreet
street building to the building at the comer corneof comerot cornerof
of German and Howard streets The ThiSouth TheSouth TheSouth
South street stn > ot building was destroyed destroyedMuch destroyedMuch destroyedMuch
Much concern was felt for the vault o othe ot otthe ofthe
the Savings Bank of Baltimore the largest largestInltitutlon largestinstitution largcainstitution
institution for savings In the city It ha hadeposits hasdepoRlli1 has hasdeposits
deposits aggregating 24000000 and man manof many manyot manyof
of its depositors are working workln women In th thcity the thecity thecity
city An army of women got as near t tthe to tothl tothe
the bank this afternoon as they could ant antImplored and andImplored andImplored
Implored anybody and everybody to tel telthem tell tellUIlm tellthem
them If the vault wag W 8 intact They were weneasily wereeasily wereeasily
easily the happiest women in the Unite UniteStates UnltldSlates UnitedStates <
States when they learned that the vault vaulwas vaultWilli vaultwas
was OH good as ever it woo wooUnited WilliUnited wasUnited
United States Senator McCoirma ac oocompanled accompanied accompanled
companled by Arthur Pue Gorman Jr Jrrepresenting Jrrepresentln Jrrepresenting
representing his father called on MayoMcLane Mayo lL1yorMclAne MayorMcLane
McLane this evening and offered the goo goooffices good Joodoffices goodofllces <
offices of both Senators Young Mr Gor Gorman Gorman Jotman
man said hlq hl j father could not get to Balti Baltimore Baltimore Baltimore
more today but Senator Gorman tele telegraphed telegraphed totegraphed
graphed that the national Legislature hi hiwaa be bewas hewas
was sure would pass any enabling legisla leglslation legislation legislation
tion that might be necessary nece sary to provide provldiBaltimore provldoDaltlmoro provideBaltimoro
Baltimore with what funds might be neces neceasary neces8I1ry necesBary
It is an interesting fact that not one o othe ot ottbe ofthe
the five hospitals in this city were wentouched werelouchl weretouched
touched < l by the fire although nearly all o othem of ofthlm ofthem
them are near the borders of the burned bumecdistrict burneddllrlct burneddistrict
district They were filled with patients patientsall patlenlnil
all of whom became greatly alarmed but buionly butonly butonly
only in one hospital the City Hospital H08pltaldid H08pltaldidIt die dieit didit
it become necessary to remove them to tcplaces toplaces toplaces
places of safety safetySOME Mfety80MB safetySOMR
The theatres fared only a little worse worsethan worseihnn worsethan
than the hospital > he Front Street Theatre Theatrebeing Tlieatrobeing I1leatrobeing
being the only on I ox 01 o destroyed It was in this thistheatre thltheatre thistheatre
theatre that sixty people were killed in a apanic apanic apanio
panic several years ago Tonight how howover however howover
over only one theatre is open That is I the theMaryland theMarjland theMaryland
Maryland Theatre where Kate Claxton Clastonplayed Claxtonplayed Claxtonplayed
played The Two Orphans Miss Claxton Claptonregards Claxtonregards Claxtonregards
regards herself as fireproof now nowShe nowShe nowShe
She has been in several Mvcrnlthoatr theatre fires the themobt themObt themost
mobt memorable of which was the Brooklyn BrooklynTheatre BrooklynTheatro BrooklynTheatre
Theatre about 1876 Otis Skinner and Ada AdaRehun AdaHehan AdaRohun
Rehun were to have opened at Fords Thea Theatre Theatre ¬ I Itre
tre with Tho Merchant of Venice and andPay andmy I IFay
Pay Davis was to have begun be < < un a weeks weeksengagement weeksengagement weeksengagement
engagement at the Academy of Music in inthe Inthe inth
th the k Whitewashing Whltew Ihing of Susan SuaanTWO SusanTWO SusanTwo
It is not known tonight when tho thea theatres theatres thentros ¬
tres will resume business There were wereonly wereonly wereonly
only two churches destroyed One of ofthcee ofthete oftha
thcee was wa the Protestant Episcopal Church Churchof
of the Messiah at the southwest corner cornerof comeror cornerof
of Fayette and Gay streets The edifice edificewtM edifIcewas edifIcewas
was built in 1828 Tho late Bishop Dudley Dudleyof
of Kentucky was the pastor of this church churchIn churehinJm
In inJm inJmAt 1872 1872At 1872At
At midnight the city almost in total totaldarkness totaldarkness
darkness is as quiet as a s a country village villageThe villageThe l1Iag l1IagTho I
The burned district is being patroled by byLho bytho bythe
the citizen soldiers of the First Fourth FourthMM FourthamI Fourthand
and MM Fifth regiment and Troop A of the theNational theNntlonal theNational
National Guard and about fifty men of the thenaval thonaval thenaval
naval militia The occasional oC Ilonal challenge of ofi ofa ofa
a i belated traveller by one of the sentries sentriesn
11 n about the only sound that may be heard heardn heardIn heardin
In n the place where tho commerce of the city cityless cityleS cityless
leS less > than three days ago was in full tullllwing tullllwingSTREET swing swingSTREET swingSTREET
Except for tho dreadful drcadf l calamity which whichias whichhas whichunit
has ias plunged the city In such ruin the town townresents townpresents townpresents
presents resents a holiday appearance Every Everyncomiug EveryIncoming EveryIncoming
Incoming train and steamboat is bringing bringingiosts bringinghOllts bringinghosts
hosts of sightseers The Baltimore and andDhio andOhio andOhio
Ohio refused to sell any more tickets from fromWashington fromWwhlngton fromVasliington
Washington The power house is de deitroycdand dl8troyedand destroyedand
itroycdand street car traffic Is suspended suspendedEvery suspendedEvery suspendedEvery
Every sort of vehicle Imaginable has hasjoen hllllblen hasbeen
been joen pressed into service and millionaires millionairesan
can an be seen riding up and down town in innovlng Inmovln inmoving
moving movln wagon The Th city Is under tho thoitrictost thostrictest tuestrictot
strictest kind of military rule and every everylaloon everylIaloon everysaloon
saloon is closed as III tight aa III wax Troops Troopsare
are on guard at almost aOt every OVlr corner and andnly andooy andonly
ooy only > nly a pass pws signed tlgned either by Adjutant AdjutantJonorol AdJutantGonoral AdjutantGoneral
Jonorol Riggs Rg 1 or by President Pre ldcnt Upshur of ofhe ofthe ofthe
the Police poloe Board will wi allow alow any anyone ono within withinhe wihi withinthe
the he fire lines linesNEW lnes lnesNEW linesNEW
One thing was decided decded upon today and andhat andtt andthat I
hat tt won WI a new Baltimore It will wi be b built builtin buit buiton builton
of tho old but lines linesLnd Linesand
on in the ruins rlnl upon new Ues UesId
and Id on a more sanitary fanltary bask bl It la I planned plannedIalk plad pladalk plannedTalk
Talk of today Involves the cutting cttng of new newtreets newstrtt newstreets
streets strtt and a transformation transtormaton of the business busirien3listrict bUlne8 businessdistrict
district ditrict to do away with the alleys with withrhlch wlh wlhwhih withwhich
which whih it abounded The wide streets stret it ItIi itIs
Ii Is 3 planned to lay layout out will wi bo b a 1 better btter pro proectlon protecton protection
ectlon tecton against aganRt another fire fre as It was the thearrow thelarrow thenarrow
arrow larrow streets strt and alleys aley that allowed alowed the theire thefre thefire
fre fire ire to spread Rprea with wih withsuch such amazing azing rapidity rapidityTHREE rpidity rpidityTUREE rapidityTHREE
The fire fre was attended attnded by the loss 10 so far farLS taras faras
as LS can an bo b known know definitely definiely of only three threeives tnro threelives
lives lve Two of the dead de were firemen fremen and andhe andtne andthe
the he other 0 tner the faithful fathful watchman wathmal in the theirst theFirst theFirst
First irst National Nationa Bank who refused refut to leave leaveils leavehis leavehis
his ils post until he know the banks baut books booksrere bk bookswere
were safe He le was burned burne to death at atiis athlB athis
his iis post postrriey postJrrsry postJersey
Jersey rriey City Ciy Elks Eks Semi rncIIOto Mino to Halllniorp HalllniorpThe lallmor lallmorThe flaItlirnrtThe
The Jersey Jerfy City Lodge Lego of Elks telegraphed telegraphe
110 100 to Exalted xaled Jlulcr 1111 Charles Charle K Schlren Schlrenf Shlren Shlrenof
of f the Baltimore Faltmore Elks last night for tho thoplief thorfllt therelief
relief rfllt of victims of tlje tI1 tli big fire fireNewark fireXrwark tireXewark
Newark Offers Aid AidMayor AldIayor Aide AideMayor
Mayor Henry M MDoremul Upremua of Newark Newarkpnt Newark8lnt Newarksent
sent pnt tho following folow In telegram to Mayor MayorIcLane MayorMcLane MayorMeLane
IcLane of Baltimore laltimore yesterday yesterdayThn
The people peplo of Newark In expressing expre8ingtheir expressingtheir
their heir sympathy lympathy to you YOI in your dreadful dreadfulalamity dradfulcalamlt trnIfulcalamity
calamity calamlt offer any Iny aid Ild in II their power powerOur powerfiiI powertliw
Our fiiI Death Uttl Caiufd au rc by the tt Fire FireflTMliEULAND FireIIMIIERIAND Irl IrlClr
flTMliEULAND Clr IIMIIERIAND IFIIJND hid Feb 8 8Worl 8Sorti Word wan waneccived wasreceived 11
received recehe by relatives relatve here herl tonight of tho thoeath thodeth timdeath
deth death eath of Miss MIAI Mario Mrlo Kenney 30 3 years Yla of ofge otape ofage
age ge in a Baltimore Baltiore hospital bOpltal from shock wliockjuacd Ihock Ihockcme shockcaused
caused ape cme by excitement eciteet over oe the te big fire fre freI fireI
Made Good Time me In I Getting the Seven Seln En EnElncs E Englees
glees Ilnrl on the Train TIn but the Ron Ro Mown MownWas UO1 lownWas
Was Slow Slowrnt Sent to Fight Flames FaRe In Ina tnetory inFactory
a Factory etory District UIlrotAl DistrictAll All Mlclit Job JobBALTIMORE JobBALTMORE JobBALTIMORE
BALTIMORE BALTMORE Fob 8 8Afer 8After After many delays delaysono dolaysone olas olasone
one of them caused cuuso by b a derailment derilent the thefirst thetrst thefIrst
first trst sections ectons of the seven sven Ne7 e York fire firoengine fireengne fireengine
engine engne companies companle1 in command of Battalion BattalionChief Bttlon BttlonChlet BattalIonChief
Chief John P Howe 10we reached rl ahe Baltimore Baltimoreat Balimore Balimoreat
at 2 oclock tills t s afternoon oftoroon and went into intoaction Intoacton intoaction
action acton M soon as they could unload unloa their theirapparatus theirappaatu theirapparatus
apparatus apparatusTho appaatu apparatusThe
Tho distracted Baltimoreans alimores worn Ior out outby outby outby
by a day dy and a night and another day of ofexcitement ofexcitement I Iexcitment
excitement excitment loss los and terror trror had tho heart heartto hla
to cheer cher them an they drove at a gallop gallopfrom ga1l0ptram gallopfrom
from the railroad ralroad station stton to the hottest hottestport hottostpat hottestpart
of the fire The New Yorkers
port pat fre were wereused wr wereused
used ued to cheers cbrr by that time tme for they had hadbeen hndbesn hadbeen
been waved to and shouted at all al along alongthe nlongthe alongthe
the way from fom the tlmo tlo they left ltt Jersey JerseyCity JerseyCity I
City Clt just before sunrise this morning for
forty tortyml1 miles an anhour anhourBro anhourBefore hour hourBefore
Before Bro the train tain arrived arrlvl Chief Howe Howeexpressed Howeexpfe Howeexpressed
expressed expfe the hope hop that tat he would wuld be able ableto ableto ableto
to take takehis his force torc to t tho tholeeward leeward lewa of ofthe the floraea floraeaThats fae fitunesThats
Thats Tats where wherotha hero the heat and Die tl punishtrent punishtrentwill punlhTrent punlhTrentwi
will wi be he Bald si but we are fresh rre after afterresting aft afterresUng
resting rUg all al day in il ttila tls car and better bettr able ableto ableto ableto
to stand tnd It than Ua the local men who have been beenfighting brn brnfightn beenfighting
fighting fightn for twentyfour hours hour With the thewind te tewind thewind
wind against aaint us Ul I think we will 1 be able to tohold tohold tohold
hold our own on n I line lne four blocks long longThe Ion IonThe longThe
The wind wnd was blowing hard from the thenorthwest thonorw0t thenorthwest
northwest norw0t when the New Yorkers Yorltol got here heroThey hereThey hereThey
They were assigned nl anti gned to the southeast southet fringe fringeof frlneot
of the burning district to chock chok tho ad advance a advance ¬
vance vaee of the flames fame to a large area occu occupied ou oupled occupied ¬
pied by factories tenement houses house ice icehouses icehouses I
houses 10u8 and lumber yards yardsTheir yas yashelr yardsTheir
Their helr position was on West Wet Falls Fall avenue avenuealongside avenueaongside avenuealongside
alongside aongside Joneaa Jones Falls Fal and Dock street streetwhere strt strtwhere streetwhere
where they not only hold their thcr own against againstthe againstthe
the terrific terfio heat hot and the choking choklnJ clouds coud or ofbraoko orsmoke
smoke tmok6 swirled < l down do upon upn them by the thewind thewind thewind
wind but drove the flames l1aes back bk That Thatwas Tmt TmtWU ThatwaS
was WU the te first frst real rol victory since the battle battlehad batte battlehad
had ha begun on Sunday morning monimgA moring morningA I IA
A tugboat tugbat In the Chesapeake CheAake basin bln was waspressed wa waspressed I Iprd
pressed prd into service trce early this thl evening as asa asa j ja
a flrebbat frebbt by Chief Clet Howe of the New York Yorkdepartment Yorkdepartment
department deparment He le borrowed brrowed the tug put a I
The TheBest TheBest
Best of Service ServiceAccommodations ServiceAccommodations ServiceAccommodations
Accommodations Accommodationsen
en tht thtiEHIfiHVALLEYRil Ih IhLE thsLEIII6II
to Buffalo Bufalo Niagara Falls FallsToronto Fals FalsToronto FaIsToronto
Toronto Chicago Chlcugoand and West WestFirry WestFn WcstFeriy
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Director Diretor Smyth received reeive telephonic com communication commlnlcotlon cornmunicatlon ¬
munication mlnlcotlon from George W Horton chief chiefengineer chiefenglneernf
engineer tnglnrr of the department fire in Baltimore Baltimorethat Dallmore Dallmorethat Baltimorethat
that all the help that the city citycould could possibly possiblygive pOMllly pOMlllyglve possiblygive
give glve Baltimore althrore was as urgently urgenty needed nede and andpolicemen andpolcemen andpolicemen
policemen polcemen as a well wel as 1f firemen fremen could be beusod beuled heused
used uled Supt Bens Denl of the Baltimore Dallmorl and andOhio andOhio andOhio
Ohio promised Jlromml that the run rln of ninetysix ninetysixmiles nlnetslxmie ninetysixmiles
miles mie would he covered covere within llhln 101 10 minutes minutesIt mlrlt1 mlrlt1I
It I was WI decided that about 150 11 policemen policemencould polcmen polcmencould policemencould
could bo b spared spard from duty In this city
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the th 180mile lBmile run to help save svo this devastated devastatedcity dettte devastatedcity
city ciy
cityAlthough Although Chief Howes Ioes men had been beenworking ben benworking beenworking
working all night nl ht like lke truck tck horses to drag dragtheir dragtheir dragtheir
their seven sven fiixton llxton engines and as a many manytenders manyttnders manytenders
tenders up on the flat fat engnes cars and to get their theirthirtyfive theirthirtyfve theirthirtyfive
thirtyfive thirtyfve horses horl aboard nboRd the stock cars carsattached carsatached carsattached
attached atached to the special spial train trin they reached reachedBaltimore reachedBaltmore reachedBaltimore
Baltimore Baltmore fresh and eager for their work workof workof workof
of reenforcing Inforclnl the firemen firmln of half hal a dozen dozencities dozenoito dozencities
cities citiesI oito citiesUntil
I Until Unt their pumps pumpl began to work to the thetune thetuno thetune
tune of 1200 120 gallons galons a minute for each eh of ofthe otthe ofthe
the seven engines onglnls the expedition had boon boonsomething benlomethlnj1 beensomething
something lomethlnj1 of a holiday holhla outing oUtlj1 for the New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York men They sang lang and skylarked akylarke all allthe allthe allthe
the way down had coffee cole and sandwiches sandwichesat
at various way 1ay stations statons where stops were werenecfBsary werenecMry werenecessary
necessary necMry and at Philadelphia Philadelpha they had hadcoffee Jld Jldcole hadcoffee
coffee cole and sandwiches l1ndwche with pie as a the guests guestsof UORII UORIIat
of the Baltimore Baltmore and Ohio Railroad Rairoad Com Company Company CornpanT ¬
pany which furnished the special train trainTho trainTho trainThe
Tho train consisted of nine flntcars fltcars with withtho withtho withthe
tho engines and tenders lashed la hed to them themtwo themtwo themtwo
two cars cars for the horses horse a Western We tern Union Unioncor Unionca Unioncar
car ca with wt six lx cables cable aboard and two coaches coachoifor coachcto coachesfor
for to Chief Chie Howe I0we and his eightyfive men menand menand menand
and ten t Now York reporters The firemen firemenand firemenand firemenand
and reporters reprters were taken over as al the guests guestsof gUlSl8 gUlSl8of
of the railway raJway company companyIt companyI
It I was 2 oclock oclok this morning mornln when Chief ChiefHowe ChletHowe ChiefHowe
Howe got his orders to take the first fr8t sections sectionsand lOtlOD lOtlODand sectionsand
and half ba tho apparatus appartU of Engine Companies
5 7 12 13 16 27 and 31 to Baltimore Baltmore The Theorder Theorder I Iorder
order reached Ihe the several seerl stations Ittlons in the theform thefor theform
form for of a still stil alarm to report at the Liberty Libertystreet Ibert Ibertstrt Libertystreet
arrived arrivedwith nrrhedwth arrivedwith
street strt ferry Every company compay
with wth steam l e up and fires fres going thinking tlinklng that thatNow Ilat IlatNow thatNow
Now York had a waterfront blaze The Thoflrra Thefirf8 Thefires
fires were raked rae and the apparatus appartus taken takonacross tal talIIOe takenacross
IIOe across the river to I Communlpaw CommunlpawIt Communi paw pawIt
It was WI the first tr t time in the history histor of the theNew theNew theNew
New York Fire Department Deparent that apparatus apparatushad apparatuRhad apparatushad
had been sent outside outide the State The Thework Thework
work of embarkation embarkatQn took almost almoFt three threehours thee theehOII threehours
hOII hours and nnd It was 024 when the special speial train trainwhich tmlnwhloh trainwhich
which had hd been brn made fde up on half hal an hours hoursnotice hoursnotce hoursnotice
notice notce by Train Trin Dispatcher J C Vnnderhoff Vnnderhoffstarted Vlnderhol VanderhotTstarted
started strted for Baltimore BaltimoreOnly DaHlmol BaltimoreOnly
Only one thing failed tall < lln in the thetripnnd trip and that thatwas thatwa thatwas
was wa the speed pl schedule scheule A big hogback hogbackpassenger hogbackpssengor hogbackpassenger
passenger pssengor engine No 591 wns picked Jkke for forthe rorthe forthe
the work enlnl The trainmen said that it i had hada
a capacity capacty of 00 0 miles mie an hour It didnt didnthave didnthavo didnthave
have today Forty orty is a nafo estimate rtlmtc and andthere ant andtiters
there tlere was a hot box now and then an occa occasional oca ocasonal occaslonal ¬
sional sonal holdup holdupforarcgular for a regular train and nnl when whenwithin whenwithin len lenwihin
within wihin four tOlr miles mie of Baltimore Iltmore the first firstflatcur fir firstfiatcar t tflatcar
flatcar with engines englnf 7 and 13 aboard ran ranoff rn rnor ranoff
off or the track and caused cU80 a half hal hours delay delayFrom dely delyFom delayFrom
the was made with withtwo withtwo
From Fom Philadelphia Phildelphia run me wth wthto
two to big freight engines in place of the hog hogback hogback hogback ¬
back backThe backTho backThis
The trip took all 11 told about eight hours hoursTho boul hoursThe
Tho train spectacular spetacular as a circus crcUl outfit outfitwith ontfitwith outfitwith
with those seven fire Ire engines gloaming gloamingin lo1mlng lo1mlngIn
in the sun Iln received rcelvl1 the first ovation oVlllon at atEllznbethport atElzbethport atElizabethport
Ellznbethport Elzbethport where a thousand thoufmd or more moremechanics moremechanics moromechanics
mechanics were marching marchln along nlon the rail railroad rai railroad ¬
road rod track to their days daY1 day work In the Singer SingerSowing SingerSewing
Sewing Machine Works From there on onthere onthere onthere I
there wore cheers chll from laborers women womenand womenand womenand
and school hol children chidren according to tho hour hourof hourot hourof
of tho day dayEach dayEach dayEach
Each of the woven leven tenders 14ndel was Wa supplied suppliedwith Ilppltd Ilppltdwith suppliedwith
with enough enolgh fuel to list two hours hOlT8 nnd nndequipped nndequipped andequipped
equipped with 2000 20 foot of hose How tn tnget toet inget
get et more fuel was ono onl of the problems problemsCliief problemChief problemsChief
Chief Howe 10we hruf to solve after atfr he got here hernIt l1 hereIt
It I was his hi first fir t trip to Baltimore naltlmorl but hit all allthe al nilthe
the way down he studlnd reaps rrlJi of the oily oilythe eit eittho citythe
the burned hurnP area and calculated calculate everything overylhlnin Iprthlng IprthlngIn
in advance amnc that he could ould even to the length lengthof
of time tme that it would take tke the engine ptimps ptimpsto IJlrpl IJlrplto PPto
to thaw outat outafter out after their JJel eight hours exposure exposureto fpOllnre fpOllnreto
to a freezing trzlg temperature Iepcature on cars going
oompany of nxjn rn n nboarl with four linj linjof In Inof lin linof
of ho hose o and tliwi thll fought the flames along alongWest alongWe8t alongVost
West Falls avenue aVnue afloat aloat as a well as ashore ashoreThe ashor ashoreIhie
The le seven companies companiC will wi hold their theirplace teir teirplae theirplace
place plae all night They will wl IMS relieved releved one oneand oneand oneand
and two companies ompnlCA at a time during the thenight thenight thenight
night but only long enough to get food foodand fo foodand
and coffee colee Chief Howe has ha established establishedhis etablshed etablshedhis
his headquarters Ileaquartel in a lumber lumbr yard y on Can Canton Canton Canton ¬
ton avenue avenueThe avenueThe avenueThe
The Now York ork firemen will wistrt start for home homewith homei homewith
i with their apparatus appatus at 10 oclock ococl tomor tomorrow tomor tomorrow tomorrow ¬
row morning over the Baltimore Baltmor and Ind Ohio OhioRailroad OhioRalroad OhioRailroad
Railroad RailroadChief Ralroad RailroadChief
Chief Howo walked walke through the ruins ruinatonight rulD ruinstonight
tonight to night His 11 comment on the fire was wasThis wasMThis wasThis
This ought to be an effective efective lesson le8on for forthe forthe forthe
the city cty of Baltimore Baltimor There are ae but twenty twentyfive twentyfive twentyfive
five companies here Fifty ifty would not be beenough beenough
enough for a city of this thl size There Thereare are not notenough notenough notenough
enough companies companll8 and they havent enough enoughequipment enoughequipment enoughequipment
equipment The local loal companies companie lost losthalf losthalf losthalf
half their hose hos early in the fire Ire and had hadno hadno hadno
no reserve supply But the men them IhemKclvps themflVln themselves
selves flVln in this city cty are plucky fighters fghters and andgood andgoor andgood
good goor firemen The he way they have stuck stuckto stuckto
to this fight fght against awful odds proves provesthat provel provesilint
The Wn Way R > Ilillailrlphln Ihlalolllht and Wilmington WilmingtonItrspomlrd WIlmlnlonIlesponthd lmlnton lmlntonIlupondli
Itrspomlrd to Appenln AppenlnPHILADELPHIA AplealNPnILADEiriIIA PllrRtHPi
PHILADELPHIA Pi LADE tIA Feb 8 8In In answer to an anurgent nnurgent anurgent
urgent message melno from Mayor llyor McLane McLne of ofBaltimore ofBalimore ofLialtiniore
Baltimore Balimore asking Iking for more firemen fremln at 215 215oclock 215oclock 215oclock
oclock this morning moring Director Diretor of Public PublicSafety PubHcSutely PublicSafety
Safety Smyth replied rpled that the local fire fireBervice fireerlce fireservice
service erlce was crippled by the absence ab8nco of the thepnginca theInglnC theengines
engines InglnC ho hohnd had already sent Two hours hourslater hourslaler hourslater
later however 100 10 l extra policemen plcmen and the thocrow thecrew thecrew
crew of the police plle and fire fre tug King Ing were wereBent werelent weresent
lent Bent to Baltimore Balimore over the Pennsylvania PennsylvaniaRailroad PennRylvaniaRairad PennsylvaniaRailroad
Railroad RailroadWonoed Rairad RairadWe RailroadWe
Wonoed We nld need irore lore firemen frmen firemonand nnd moro mOr engines enginestho englneRthe enginesthe
the irif Jll messago < isnpn ran rn MThl The fin fn has hal ha reached reachedJones rachld rachldJonl reachedJones
Jones Jonl Falls Fall and although altouh we have hln tried triedto trl11 trl11to triedto I
to keep kN tho flames fames from trm crossing cosslnj1 they will willsuroly wi willsurely i
surely reach the other sld alln side > Fresh rsh terri territory territor tonitory ¬
tory tor will w then thln bo ravaged ravagedDirector ra ravngedDirector 0 1
Director Drtor Smyth received reive notification notifcation of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the fire fre in Baltimore Bltimore about aolt 2 oclock oclok in tho thoafternoon thoafernoon theafternoon
afternoon afernoon at his home At first flt he hethought hethought hethiought
thought it vas exaggerated exaggort but after afterverifying alterverifying afterverifying
verifying It he placed place himself In tale ttlophonio tlo tlophonio talephonic
phonio communication communcaton with wih Baltimore BaltimoreAfter Baltmore BaltmoreAfllr BaltimoreAfter
After Afllr waiting until ulti 4 oclock ocock Smyth Smythagain Hmrthnjaln Smythagain
again njaln telephoned to Baltimore Blior this Ihll time tlmoreaching tmo tmoraching timereaching
reaching raching Police 1010 Headquarters Hcadquarers Detective DetectiveHagan Deteclvl DetectiveHagan
Hagan lagan answered answerd that Baltimore Bltimore needed neededmore needdmore neededmore
more firemen trmen and ad fire Ire apparatus appartus and that thatthey thatthey thatthey
they should be b sent a nt there thtT aa aslon Boon as possible possibleWithin pOllble pOllbleWihin possibleWithin
Within Wihin two minutes Olnutls after receiving reciving this thismessage thismelsge thismessage
message melsge thn official machinery of both the thepolico thepolo thepolice
police polo and fire fir departments was put into intoaction Inlonctlon ititoaction
action Tim Director Dirctor had previously made madearrangements madearrgtmfnts madearrangements
arrangements arrgtmfnts with both the Pennsylvania Pennsylvaniaand Penn ylvalia ylvaliannd
and the Bnltimonvand ltlmord Ohio railroads railrds to gpt gptreadytniins gptrlldytmlnl getreadytrains
readytniins rlldytmlnl of gondola cars cal and passenger passengercoachH pRsRcngercochI passengercoachis
coachH cochI so that th thp they > y could be b u used pd at a amoments amomlntf amoments
moments momlntf notion notionAt notionAt noticeAt
At Twentyfourth nnd Race streets Itreet the thoBaltimore thealtmoreand theBaitlunoreand
Baltimore Baitlunoreand altmoreand and Ohio Railroad Rairoad Company Compay made madeup mae maeTp madelip
up Tp a 1 mixed train and anotht anotll was made madeup madeTp madelip
up Tp by the Pennsylvania Iennylvanla Railroad nairod at Thir Thirtieth mltieth lr ¬
tieth tlth and Market street strleli Jnnien Jnll Baxter BaxterJr xtr xtrJr
Jr chief engineer enginer and Edward A Waters Watersassistant Watel WatelIslltnnt Watersassistant
Islltnnt assistant chief established tAtahlflhe headquarters headquartersat
at Fire Fir Company No 43 on Market street streetahovo stret stretahovo streetabove
ahovo Twentyfirst TwentyfrAt street They selected selectedNo lelectld lelectldNo
No 43 engine enlinl company cmpnny No 21 station staton
821 82 Newark street Rtrlft and ant Engine Company CompanyNo
No II 1 South Suth and Alder Aldlr streets ftret These Thesewere Thesewere Thesewere
were sent to the thedepot depot of the Baltimore laltlmore and andOhio andOhio andOhio
Ohio Railroad ltiroad Company at Twentyfourth Twentyfourthand
and Race lce streets streetsAs Itreets streetsAs
As the train was u being prepared preaed to leave
In selecting selectn the men Supt Quirk and andCants andCapte I ICapts
Cants Capts MoCoach MoCoah and Taylor rnade 1J1de it a apoint apomt apoint
point to pick pic as many unmarried unmrried police policemen plce plcemen polkamen ¬
men AS possible pliblc Their Teir police polo numbers numberstogether numbr numberstogether
together with their full tul names naml were wer token tokenand takln taklnand takenand
and registered registeredAt re iAIlr
At an early hour hou this morning mornln the Balti Baltimore Bli Blimore Baltimore ¬
more authorities authorllf made arrangements nrranjlmlntl with withthe withthe lh lhtho
the Pennsylvania Pennsyhnnl Railroad Rlirod to ship Rhlpnnother RhlpnnotherIr another anotherflre anotherfire
fire Ir engine from this city cty and several fire firecompanies tre tirecompanies I Icompanlt
companies companlt from Altoona Harrisburg Jarburg and andother andother I Iothlr
other points throughout thrulhout Pennsylvania PennsylvaniaWlLMlNOTON PlnlyhanlaWIUINOTON PennsylvaniaVILMINOTON
WlLMlNOTON WIUINOTON Del Feb 8 8About About 250 250firemen 250fremrn 250firemen
firemen fremrn the equipment of four fire fr compa companies companice ¬
nice nlll including Includinl four steam fire fre engines IngincR rmp and andas andIS andas
as IS many man hose hO ho wagons and incidentals Inldentls in incommand Incommand incommand
command of Fire Chief Michael Michel T Conway Conwayand Conwayand Conwayand
and First Assistant AIltnt Robert Hobrt CPorter CPortr and also alsofifty alofty alsofifty
fifty fty policemen pol mrn in command of Chief George GeorgeBlack GeoreBlck GeorgeBlack
Black Blck and Ind Capts Thomas Toms8 A Kane Kne and andI andEdwar andEdward
I Edward Edwar Evans went to Baltimore llmore from this thiHcity thi thiscity
city in response rClpon e to requests rquc8tR for assistance assistancefovernl Ilntance Ilntanceleml assistanceseveral
several leml having havlnl been hn received rClved since Iinc early earl earllest
lest evening evonilg The policemen plcemen firemen Iremen and andapparatus nndappratU an anapparatus
apparatus appratU went on special specil trains trln The Thefirst Thefrt Thefirst
first frt installmcntjof Instalmcll f fire fir apparatus IppamtU and fire firoinen 11 firemen
men left Ilft last Ilt night at 1022 102 oclock odok nnd the thesecond thl tuesecond
second went down at 030 this thi morning morningwhen morin morningwhen i iwhen
when the Ihl policemen pl ren also went wentAt wentAt wentAt
At 10 oclock ocock this thl1 morning mornln a message meMgo was wasreceived IM IMrlvo wa wareceived
received rlvo from Assistant Chief Clof Porter that thattho thatthe thatthe
the fire was eating latnl its 111 way along alolj the water waterfront walr walrtront waterfront ¬
front Ho HOlaid Rosaidthedestructlonwas said the thedeslructon destruction was appalling appallingand appln applnand
and at that time twentyfour business businessblocks olllines businessblocks
blocks had ha been ben wrecked wrlckCI He 10 said sid that thatchaos thatchaos I IchaoI
chaos chaoI prevailed and It won w impossible to toform totorm toform
form a dufinito dofnite idea of the conditions conditionsand contitons contitonsand
and the prospetH for subduing Ruhdlin the theflames lle llel1amo theflames
flames It I IIApe11 was wa because beause of this thl Increased Increasednecessity Incma increasednecessity ld ldneceMlty
necessity necessity for assistance al8istnc that the two extra extracom extracomltnlC extracompanies
com comltnlC companies inles were called aie for Wilmington Wimington him himeleven hnllelevl1 haseleven
eleven elevl1 fire fre companies compalis and others Otllf wore held heldin heldIn heldin
in readiness rearinlA in caw e their services srvlcea were ru ruquireti r Euquired
quireti quiretiAt qulrlJ
At noon Mayor Charles D I Bird Br of Wil Wilmington Wi Vilrnington ¬
mington went to Baltimore to see s whether whetherho
ho could bo of any Iny assistance 8istce He was ac accompanied sccmpnie accompanled ¬
companied cmpnie by Joseph E McCaffurty lcCncrty a amember amembor amember
member of the Wilmington Wimigton City Ciy Council Councilrepresenting Counci Councilrepresenting
representing rJprOentng that thlt body
ALTOONA Pa Il Fob 8 8The The special specil train traincarrying trlin trlincrryln traincarrying
carrying crryln one of the Pennsylvania Rail Railroads nai flailroads ¬
roads steam Ilear fire engines trlnl nose carriage carriageand carriageand rrl e eand
and fifty fty firemen which loft here at 1206 1208oclock 1206ocock 1206oclock
oclock ocock tills tll morning for Baltimore Jltmnm marie mariea naol
a record recrd run to harrisburg Julrnhur covering cerln the Ih
134 mile mo in 134 nin mnleR nun lies A commissnry commissnrycar rmmlry
car cr was W stocked and nd nent llnt after ntllr the men inenYORK menElf menVEW
Cash Cheeks on In Thrlr nulllmnrr nalmlrt Corre CorreKixinilonls CorreiIIHIflhIeiuiM orrl orrlRlllncmt8
Kixinilonls Rlllncmt8 and 1f Ship Money MoneyIn lono iloneIn lonoIn
In Wall Wal Street news leWR of tho progress pro re < of oftho oftho ofthe
tho Baltimore Baltimoe fire fro was WI eagerly Iugcrly looked for forus forlot
us 11 it was wal f ftl felt lt that the banks of this thl city citywould cty ctywould citywould
would be called for
probably cale on money moneyto mone
to finance tnlno the temporary temporr needs nrs of tho thoinsurance thoinsurance theInsurunce
insurance companies companl and the Baltimore BaltimorebankH Balimore Balimorehunk Baltimorebanks
hunk and eventually to insist IRsist in the busi business bl btisinesti I ¬ i ineS
ness neS rehabilitation nhlbitalion of the city cityWord cityWord i iWord
Word was wal received rlcelvl from the Treasury TreasuryDepartment TreasuryTepartment reaury i
Department Department that the Deputy Comptroller Comptrollerof Corptrolur Corptrolurof
of the Currency had gonu gOlo goti to Baltimore lltlnofJ to totake totake totake
take charge of banking affairs ntnirs there and andthat andthat I Ithat
that tho Governor Gocror of Maryland would call callon en I Ion ion
on the Legislature to declare delre a ten day daylegal da Jays I Ilel Ilegal
legal lel al holiday holday This 1hll latter later action would wouldgive wouldgive I
give financial fnanclli institutions In ttltlons time tmo in which whichto whichto
to got It their affairs nars into shape shapeSome shap shapeSortie I IHome
Some local banks with Baltimore corro corroBpondnntH core corespondentl correspondents
BpondnntH learned Iamed that only three business businessbunkH buainest businessbanks
banks balka had hae gone gon so uiiHcathed ulHcathee as al to bu able ableto Ible Iblet ableto
to t gel at II their IIlr safes eatc and ane vaults No Ibll Ibllmate esti estimate t > li lirnate
mate could culd bu inadu mao here of the actual actualdestruction actualdCAtrctlon actualdestruction
destruction dCAtrctlon ol currency crrency or securities Icrtlls but butunder butundor buttinder
under the most favorable tavorble conditions cOlltiolR it itwill itwl itwill
will wl bu several Itverl days ayt before the heated heatedvaults hlated hlatedvau heatedvaults
vaults vau Its can no ll opened np < ned and their I contents contentsexamined cntent cntentexar contentsexaniined
examined exar lllalr and and put into use useAll lM useAll
All Al the local minks hank with wih Baltimore altmore corre correspondenlM cor correspondents
spondenlM telegraphed oftVrw ol of help to tosuch toluch tosuch
luch such of the Baltimore Baltmore Institutions 1IIIwtlolR an could couldbo couldho couldbe
bo tvuciiHl Iachd Tho Hanover Bunk which wlch has hasmany hl bitsmany
many Baltimore laltmoJ correspondents correflponctJU tried to toreach 10Iach toreach
reach Iach its 111 connections < onnltlon8 early in the day but butonly butonly
only raised the Maryland Marland eary Savings SfvinlR Bank Bankwhich Bankwhich lnk lnkwhich
which was Wl burned bued out out but had ha clale claleI established
a atPo r temporary toO offioo In the residential tld n i d dThe el dli dlir dliBhnkofNorth
trlo The Bank BotNorAmer1aore BotNorAmer1aoreIl1tO BhnkofNorth of North America Americasiso atoo offer offersasistanco oered oeredsasl
sasl sasistanco tanoo to Its It correspondents corrpondents and a ae sent sent1o0
1100000 Il1tO 1o0 to one institution IntltutonTbo The local lol ban bancashed banks bankscashed
cashed checks on Baltimore banks b wl wlwhich with withwhich withwhich
chek Dtmor
which cahe they correspond corpond A banker ber famLI famLIwith famUar famUarwithi
with the financial flnanola situation ltuaton in I Baltimore Baltimotho Baltimoreexpressed
wih expred expressed the opinion that ba banks of this thiscity
city would be called on to for a go ood deaot deaotI deal of ofmoney
b cnJle
money within the next wek weok both for dl dlrect direcishlpment
I rect recishlpment hlpment to Btmor Baltimore a and t to provide provideI
I tho insurance InsuranO companies oompanle with wit funds td ago agocoming aant aantcomlnlpaylnt against againstcoming
coming payments paymentsWall paymentsWall
comlnlpaylnt Wall Street was of the opinion that ta whl whlall while whUeal whileall
all Wal the local loa Strt companies te were In good shat shatto chaps chapsto
al to meet mft their losses 10 the stock stk market would wotilbe wouldbe ould ouldbe
be called cal1 upon to hear har Its It part Tho au auplus SUr SUrI surpiunfunds
plus plWtund piunfunds funds of tho big bll companies are gene geneally
1 I ally Ilv Invested In good securities llurltes nnd the thewill there therewill
will 1 Undoubtedly undoubtly Invct goo be bf liquidation lquidaton of those thPe I Iprovldn to toJrovldo toproviciti
provldn cash cah The Thlcomponle companies also alo can candeposits carry carrydeposits
deposits aepolt Jrovldo with tho banks bank ranging ranjlng from frm ItoOOO ItoOOOto 100 100to 10000 10000to
to 100000 100 wit which It may be b necessary nelry t tdraw to todrnw todraw
draw on for Inltlalpaymcnta InltaJpayents InltaJpayentsnJ initlalpayznentsNIlE
I Mayor Ia r McClellan MeClelhitiiPronhiui lcCIJan Promliri to Send Pti Ptitlclans P P1Islelans
I tlclans telan mid n Nurses Nur If I Needed NeededMayor Nul NeededMcClellan
i Ii Mayor lJyorMcClln McClellan sent snt two messages mege ti tiMayor to toMyor toMayor
Mayor Myor Motane lolne of Baltimore Baltmor yesterday yesterdayj yetray yetrayi
j i one on one early crly in the tie day dayannounclng announcing announcg the depart departure deprt deprtI
I I ure of the engines eD lnts the other late lte in th thI the theI theafternoon
I I afternoon aftrnon The Te second nd message mg read readI ra readThe
I The Department of Health lealth of the city o oNew of ofNew ofNew
New Yorlt Yo tenders to t you ou such physicians pb lean ant antnurse and andI andnurses
nurse n al it I commands onunand and the Department Departmentof
I of Police will furnish you at once onN a corps CTp o onollrp of ofJlr ofpolice
police Polrt detectives d tICUVIR wi If I they can be of service aenriato aerice aericeto serviceto
to Jlr you ou Kindly Kindt advise a < vlllJ me If you can sugges suggesany fUlnreat fUlnreatany suggest suggestany
of relief that render renderMayor renderMayor
any measures mlMurl reltf we can an rnder rnderMayor
Mayor McClellan McCellan waited at at the City Cty Hallost Hal Hal Halllast
lost lt night long after his usual uul hour hour hourof of leaving leavinifor le leavingfor ving vingtor
for a reply rply to the second nd message mCs bu bureceived but butreived butreceived
received reived none noneMoLane noneB noneBut
B But t the moment I hear tr from Mayor MayorMoLanehesaid
MoLane Mclne MoLanehesaid he said ld I Iwilitakeaction will wl toko tao action aion Mror MrorMclne Wit Witthat Vith Vithso lh
10 so many pple people thrwn thrown out of work I think thinkthat thinkthat
that what wlat Baltimore Bltimor will wl want wnt will wll be b sup suppliea supples supplies
plies ples for Its population In that event eventI
I will wil issue a proclamation prlamain calling clng on thi thipeople te tepople the thepeople
people pople of New York for funds tund I am Ir Irdoubt In Indoubt indoubt
doubt aa a to whether I would woul have he the power poweto powerto powerto
to loan money to Baltimore Blimore from the publii publiifunds publo publotunds publlofunds
funds but at such a time tme as this one ma malie my myhe may maybe
lie excused from suc following the exact ext read reading readlag
exous r II IIIng
ing of the law I believe bleve that I went be beyond b beyond ¬
yond my authority authrity in sending snding flreenginm flreenginmand flreengnM flreengnMand fire engines enginesand
and firemen Iremn to Baltimore Balmore this morning but bulI butI
I dont look lok for any public publo blame ble for what whatIdid wbatI
Idid I did
IdidMorria didMora Morris Mora K Jesup JOlp president prldent of the Cham Chamber Chambr Chainbet ¬
bet br of Commerce Cmmer telegraphed tlegphe a message mosaagof moge mogeof messageof
of sympathy aypthy to Baltimores Mayor Myor Mayorand and asked askethat alke askedthat
that he be b notified notfie if I financial financl assistant assistantwere astanc assistancewere
were wel needed neededClarence neededClarence
Clarence Cisrenc nee Whitman Whitmn president prldent of th thMerchants the theMerchants theMerchants
Merchants Association Aoton sent snt a telef telefand teleg telegram telegramand
and letters lottrs of otonrton confirmation to Mayor Myor Mo Moand MoLne MoLnean MoLane MoLaneanti
and an to the Baltimore Balmore Chamber Chamhr of Commerce Commercepromising Cmer Commercepromising
promising on behalf bhal of tho association aeotlon to torender torender torender
render such eld ld as a should be h asked askedMarcus askedMarcus askedMarcus
Marcus M Marks Mark president prdent of the te Na National NaUon National ¬
tional Uon l Association A1Rocilton of Clothiers Cothier sent the theClothiers thefololn thefollowing
fololn following telPlm telegram to the prlaent president ot te teCothier the theClothiers
Cothier Clothiers Association Alcton of Baltimore BaltimorePlenio BaltimorePlea BaltimorePlease
Please Plea e convey to the merchants who bare hnvosuffered hvolred baresuffered
suffered lred In cOQIY the tht terrible t rrlble calamity mlrcnt that tha baa hl be befallen befallen ¬
fallen lnlln your city sincere ItnCTe eaamlt sympathy lypathy and offer offerof olAr olArof offerof
of practical practM assistance a lstanc from the clothing clothingmanufacturers cothlnl clothingmanufaeturers
manufacturers anufaturers of the country countryS1OOO000 conntr
Mr Emrrteh Emeeb or IlllnoU DUnot Offers Oe a Bill mi to toThat toTat toThat
That Tat Effect Efect in the Rome RomeWASHINGTON HOl RouseWArnUMOrON
WASHINGTON WAltlGTN Feb 8 Represontatrro 8Rrentatm 8RrentatmEer 8RepresontattveEmerich RepresontatrroEmerich
Eer Emerich fDorn r Ill II Introduced Intuc a bill bl today todayappropriating tay tayapproprUng todayappropriating
appropriating approprUng IJOOOOOO l000000for 1000000forthe to the relief r let of fire flrestrlokoj firestrloki
strlokoj strick Baltimore BnJtmore The preamble prble of 1roI the thebill thebl thebili
bill bl says eay that the fire has ha so 1 crippled cipplo tho thomerchants thomerhants themerchants
merhants merchants and a business bllne interests intrts In I the te city cityof oltyot cityof
of Baltimore that tba they are a unable to ads adequately adsquately ¬
Batore uble ao aoqutely
quately qutely and properly provide and care C for forthe forthe forthe
the many who are a rendered render homeless homelC and andpennlleM andpnnlle andpenniless
penniless pnnlle by this thi calamity calaiy and ad that tat the thecity te tecity thecity
city of Baltimore Btior and a its It people ple are probably probablyunable probly problyunable probablyunable
unable In the te face ta of this unlocked Wlooked for forcatastrophe to forcatastrophe
cat1trophe catastrophe to provide proide proper p means mN for foreffectually fo foreffectually
effectually ootunly checking ecklng the firs tir and promptly promptlyremoving prompt promptlyremoving
rmovlna removing the embers Ambra and an debris d br thereof thereofTho tereot thereofThe
The 1 bjlljherefore blrtore provides provdetb that the th Sec Secretary Seeretary ¬
retary retar of the Treasury Tuu be b directed directe to pay payupon py pyupon payupon
upon order orter of the City Cty Council Cunol of Balti Baltimore Dl Baliimore ¬
more certified crtfd by the Mayor Myor of said sd city cityto cityto Cityto
to any designated dcgated authority of said city cityany cityay cityany
any ay necessary nece8ry sum of money not exceed exceeding exc exceeding ¬
ing the sum su of 110000 1000000 out of any money moneyIn
In the Trasur Treasury not otherl otherwise appropriated approprlatldto
to be b used ud for the purpose PUr8 of providing providingshelter providingsheltr providingshelter
shelter sheltr for those rendered ronden homeless homlles by the theeaid tMsaid thesaid
said fire t and ad to be also used ud for the purpose purposeof pu8
of clearing cearing the streets strta a and localities loltll1 de devastated de dovastated ¬
vastate vastated by the fire f and in order to render renderthe rnder rndertho renderthe
the city available avalable for the th use U8 of residents residentsAn rsidents rsidentsand residentsand
and otbre otbere and l as sJdly speedily as plble plbleAn possible possibleAn
An effort l ort will wi be b made mao to get gt considera consideration rnalder consideraiion ¬
tion of the bill bi in tho House Houl tomorrow tomorrowMr tomorw tomorwMr
Mr Emerich Emerch is i a native of Baltimore Baltmore and andnow andnowlpresnts andnow
now nowlpresnts represents ono of the Chicago die districts dl dietricts ¬
tricts in the House House0K Houl HoulOE HouseONE
TI The World nulldlnR luldll fluIidinAlmost Alinoit In the Pith Pithof Pth Pthof Pathof
of till tl Iliinri 1ITtI Still Stl Stands StandsWASHINGTON Sta StindsWAShINGTON d dASINGTON
WASHINGTON ASINGTON Feb Jeb 8 8The The only news newspaper nol nolpaper newspaper ¬
paper building buiding in Baltimore Baltmore to escape ecape de destruction de deItructon dosimciion ¬
struction was that of tho World on Calvert Calvortstreet Calvertftrt Calvertstreet
ftrt street near Lexington Lxington almost alm0t in the path pathway pathway pathway ¬
way of the he blaze From late In the after afternoon Ifter Ifternoon afternoon ¬
noon until early this morning it I was ex expected oxiected ¬ I
pecte pected that tle t Ie little litle building would bo boconsumed b beconsumed
consume consumed and everything everything had ha been bon mode modeready mae madeready
ready redy for a hasty departure departureNoar departro departureNear
Near a the World the big buildings buiding of the theHerald theleraldand theherald
leraldand Herald and the Sun were burning up like liketinder lko liketinder
tnder tinder At first flt it was 1 thought that the theHerald theherald
lIraId Herald building buldln could be saved and the theemployees theemploYf theemployees
emploYf employees did not loave until the last lat mo moment mo ruement ¬
ment saving only onv their IIlir typewriters and andthe ad andthe
the files fel of the paper paperThe paperThe paperfhe
The use u e of the World orld composing room roomana rm rmana roomand
ana presses pre was offered oEred to the Herald and andprepa andprep andprepa
prepa prep rations rltlonl were being made to got out an anextra anextr anextra
extr extra edition CUion from the World office ofc when the theroof theroof theroof
roof of the building buiding ignited Ignied from sparks sparksand sprs sprsand sparksand
and the occupants were wer forced to leave leaveThe llave llaveThe leaveThe
The structure atrcture was al saved 8ve however and Is Istgaln i isagain
again occupied today todayThe todayThe todayThe
Rjaln The Herald leal the News Ne3 and the Sun brought broughttheir broughttheir broughttheir
their forces folc to Washington The Sun is isnetting i
netting lttln out an edition etion on the presses prl of the thetVasMnpton thealgton thieWashington
Washington algton Star while the tle News Nes and the tlteHcraUl theHeral theI
I HcraUl Heral are using the Po Post t plant To Tomorrow ToI ¬
I morrow the Baltimore Bnltm uRnj < lm American Amercan will wi pet petnut getout
nut tin edition > Iton from the office ofco of the Wash Washington WashInglon Washington ret retI ¬
I ington TimeTho Time TimcRho TimesThe
The ho collapse olapsl of the t ht Sun building buldlnl at atBaltimore ati atBaltimore
i Balimore Baltimore and South street Rtrlt was one of the themost themost
most spectacular incidents Incdents of tho fire fireThe tre tireThe
The 111 structure Rt rut Irl which whih was wnf generally glnllly known knownas knownl
l as the Sun Iron Building Blldinp mode mi do a good goodstand goodstand goodstand
cumbed stand against npalnt the flames but finally fnaly sue succumbed sle ¬
Albanys bal Mayor laCr UtTers OITtr Alii AliiALBANY tdALBANY hI
ALBANY Feb 8 8Mayor Mayor Charles CharlPs H Hlaus HOaull Hlauis
laus of this city today sent snt a telegram telegramf tcl j1ram j1ramof
of f sympathy to the Mayor of Baltimore BaltimoreVmong BaltimoreAmong
Among Amon other things thlnls he hI h said saidWn 8aldMWcsland saidSe
MWcsland Wn Se stand ready rlar to assist you and hope liopoou hopeyou hopeyou
you ou will 1 command commanu us usCew usNe
XI Ne Cew York ork Pollen Polre Cards Good In Baltimore llaltlniorrBunMOKE nallmort nallmortBUll BaltimoreB1rIMORE
BunMOKE BUll IO E Feb 8 8TIO 8The Tho police polce cards cardssmied cardsISled cardsissued
issued ISled by Police Iolce Commissioner McAdoo McAdooo
to o New ew York reporters reporel to admit amit I hem within withinhe withinthe
thl the he fire fre lines InC In that tlat city cly are recognized recognizedion rfojnl7M rfojnl7Mhrljf
hrljf hen ion rs valid ynld by the officers of the Maryland Marylandrational MarylandNiujonalGuard tprlld
NiujonalGuard rational nl Guard and nndbythe by the Baltimore lthnore police policeJohivJameson 11lce policeJohnJameson
JohivJameson JohivJamesonIrisiv JohlJameson JohlJamesonThre JohnJamesonThree
Thre Three 1 1Irish 1Irish
Irish Irish WKiskey WKiskeyMust
Must not be confounded confoundedwith confoundedwith confoundedwith
with ordinary run rn of ofwhiskeys ofwhiskeys of ofwhiskeys
whiskeys It is a malt maltnot maltnot maltnot
not a blended whiskey whiskeyand whiskeyand whiskeyand
and cannot be doctored
Creating a De Demand Demand Demand ¬ j
mand The consumer is dicta dictator diet1tor dictator
tor of trade The jobber and anddealer antidezler I Ideler
dealer quickly fall fal in line when whenthe whenthe whenthe
the consumer makes his wants wantsknown Walts Waltsknown wantsknown
known Th manufacturer manufactuer must musteither mustether musteither
either ether convince convnce the consumer he heis heis I Iis
is making what he ants or make makehim makehim makehim
him want what he makes It Itmatters Itmatters Itmatters
matters little ltte then ten whether the theconsumer theconsumer theconsumer
consumer buys direct or through throughthe
the established establshed channels a local localdealers loca localdealers
dealers of trade tradeThe trde trdeThe tradeThe
The million miion womenwho women who buy bujTHE buyTHE buyTHE
have created ceated a demand for many manykinds manykinds manykinds
kinds of goods They will wi do dothe dote dothe
the te same for you youTHE youTHE youTHE
Ia 51w To Yoix 10noN C1 C1PATCHING Caress CaressPATCHING
The 11e Western ttrm Union tD0n HM m Temporary Temp OOIc OOIcAbove Ole OleAbove CiRceAbove
Bnniihackle Saloon SaloonBAITTMOBK saloonBvrmeona
Above a Rnllbckle l8oon l8oonBALORB
BAITTMOBK BALORB F Feb b 8 80ne One of th the most ractnotable met metnotabl mostnotable
notable notabl features feture of the situation Itutlon hi I Haiti Haitimore Blt haItimore
more has b been ben the qulok recovery ree of the thttelegraph thetelegrph ih ihtelegraph
telegrph telegraph service 8rlce Tho Western W ttern Union Unionand Unon Unonad Unionand
and ad Postal Pol companies both bot were burned burne out outlast oUI1t outlast
last 1t night oompe but by 6 oclock oolok this th afternoon afternooneach aernon afternooneach
each eh had h twentyfive tweyfve wires wlre in I working workingorder workf workingorder
order oer north northThe norh norhThe northThe
The Western Weter Union Unon opened opee Its I It offlo offloabove om ofloabove
above Gve Wallacoa WaJs saloon aloon at a North Norh and ad San Santoga S Saratoga
toga streets str Wallace Wa under ue ordinary ordinarycircumstances ord ordinaryoiroumiitsnoei
the two floors floonof floorsof
circumstances olIlBtano uses u upper upe 01 01ot
of the building buig for living livig purposes PUrOSN PUrOSNbuidig Tbbuilding Tb Thebuilding
building buidig Is I a a ramshackle rhkle wooden woode affair affairWallaces aal affairWallaces
Wallaces beds were thrown th out of th thbedrooms thbedrooms
Walc b o o te tebem
bedrooms bem and telegraph telegph Instruments ret got gotup go gotup
up Instead Ite The dining dllnR room rm and parlor parlorwere palor palorere parlorwere
were ere used u by the newspaper nespape men and andwhile ad adwie andwhile
while wie they wrote wrte their thi stories stories torie Mn M Wal Wallace Wa Wallace ¬
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wine In quality qualt bou bouquet bouquet r rquet
> quet and flavor favor and andcosts andcosts
1 costs only onehalf onehalfi onehal onehalWhy
i Why pay for foreign foreignlabels I Ilabels
1 labels labelsGOLD labelsGOLD
J served sered and sold soldev ev everywhere cverywhere
erywhere No dinner dinnercomplete dinnercomplete dinnercomplete
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uary uar Julius Jull n I Ichenhtuser rohenhlur ot London LondO ta talilimanf tl taUiamant
lilimanf Adult Adnl of Vienna ViennaDIED Venna VennaDIED ViennaDIED
OLA COLESAt OOLBS At Los Ls to Angela Anrele Oat on P Feb b 7 IWt IWtGeorge 19 1804George
George Gere Coles Cles beloved btlovc husband hubad of Dora Dor I IColes I ICole
Cle Cole and son sn of Catherine Ctheroe and Ald the Ut 1 late Alex Alexander Alnandor alexandor ¬
andor Cole aged 41 years yearsCOLCATEOu yearsCOLOATEOn ears earsCOLATEo
COLCATEOu COLATEo Sunday Feb Jcb 7lOW 710 i 1004 at Ml hi hiden r reel reeltimer l ldenre
timer den e Yonkers James Jme Doorman Dooran Colgate Clrat In lainelUlU Intho inCIte
inelUlU CIte 8th 80th year enr of his hl hi age ageFuneral areFnert ageFuneral
Funeral Fnert services serice will wi be held hel In the te Warourton WarourtonAvenue Warumn WarumnAvenue WitrburtonAvenue
Yonkers Wednesday WetlneJdarmorning Wednesdaymorning
Avenue IJaptlst Iplt Chur Yonker Wedneday Wednedaymorlr
morlr morning Keb eb 10 on the te arrival arv of the UJO UJOtriln U Usn 93 93train
train sn from frm Grand Central Celra Station Stalon Please Pleiadomit Plell Pleaseomit
omit 001 flowers flowersHAHILTOV 10Ier SowerlIArtlLTONAt
HAHILTOV nAmLT lIArtlLTONAt At Oran Oranee alt N J on onleb Feb 8 I 1W 1WJacob 1m 1i34Jacob
Jacob Hamilton Jnmllon aged a d 70 7 yean yeanFuneral yeanlunta yranluacral
Funeral lunta services seflces will wi be b held at the residence residenceot Idence
ot his hi soninlaw Inlnlaw V Bradford Drndfor Smith mlt IC3 IC3High IC IClUrh in111th
High st Orange Oranle on Wednesday WedntMav Feb 10 at atI
3 P U UMCCOVQn 1 1McCOYQn 1 1eCOYn
MCCOVQn Feb 7 104 David H I McCoy Acoy In all allneth h hi hi86th
neth lh year yearFuneral yeuFunera yearFuneral
Funeral Funera service erle wilt wt be held at the th residence residenceof rdonc rdoncot
of bis bl soninlaw annlaw J 1 N Wlggla Wnt 23 Snyder St StOrange IIrre atOrenEe
Orange rre N t J on Wednesday Wednesdy Feb 10 on o ar arrival arrva arrival ¬
rival rva of train trIn leaving Barclay Barlay at t New NI York York2Jo
230 2 P M A D L 1 c A W n R Relatives nelalvl and andMend andfrends and andrlends
frends Mend Invited Invted to 0 attend attendMULLEN atend atendMULNiud aheadMULLENitUddeflhy
MULNiud MULLENitUddeflhy MULLEN Suddenly < onr at t his hl home Iii Franklin Franininav JrrlD JrrlDv
av v New ew Rochelle Rochele N Y Patrick Francis FrancisMullen Fraci FrancisMullen
Mullen lulen dearly deerY beloved husband hubnlr of Alice Alc E KMullen EMulen EMullen
Mulen Mullen and eldest ln son on of the late Mn If Mar Margaret lar larraet Margird ¬
garet raet gird Mullen Mulen of New York YorkMans YorkMitaS orl
Mans Mao of requiem reuIem at St t OabHtls Gabres Church on onWednesday 01 onWednesday
Wednesday murnlnif morln Feb 10 1 at It I oclock oclockCarriages ocloekCararea oclockCarrlaues
Carriages Cararea will wIl meet the 944 48 6 train from into intoat t 115that t tat
at and ad the 1004 IOt train from 4Id 4d at atPATTKnSON alPATnSON1 atPArrrRSON
PATTKnSON PATnSON1 At Ms 11 residence In Upper l1per Moat Montclalr Moatelalr loIUer
N J Feb I9fl4 William Inttersoa Inttersoaton
elalr er on n I I Wilam Illerol IllerolIon
ton of Robert Rober Livingston Llvln5tol and Jlarlaune McFar McFarlan lIe McFarIan Far
Ian Patterson In his h fntli Ilb year yearFuneral rI yearFunersi I
Funeral Funrl from St James Jam Church tppet rper pt Mnnt Mnntclalr 11011 11011catr Moniclair
clair catr on Tuesday tn HI t H I A II l Train leaves leavesfoot le4vI leaveSfoot
foot tot of Chambers Chnmber st ot a f 043 043RIKEnAI 843RIKFlLtl < 3 3RIKEH
RIKEnAI RIKEH At the residence of hli laughter daulhler Ur UrAndrew Mn MnAndrtl MrAndrew
Andrew Andrtl K I Van an Decider 631 r1 North orth Droad DroadSt DrM DrM5t
St Elizabeth tlznbelh N J 1 James II I Hiker k In the the81st Ih Ih81st the81st
81st year of tillage tillageFuneral bl liii Ile IleFuntral are areFuneral
Funeral services aerlce at his bl late home on Wednesday Wednesdaythe WedDudr WedDudrthe
the 10th lust at 230 2 P J M 11ROWEEnlered NR0WElntered MHOWE
ROWEEnlered HOWE Entered Into rest on Sunday SunA Feb 7 71I 7l80l
1004 1I William WIlAm J Rowe In 11 his hL attn 11 year yearFuneral yeA yearFuneral
Funeral Puner services will 11 be held at his hI late 1110 rest residence rC restdeuce ¬
deuce 2U 21 Lincoln road rad Flatbusb Fin tbuab Itrookly ItrooklyN Brollya ltrOoklyLN
N Y on Tuesday Feb 0 at 03 t30 P I M MIlTHOn 11 11S P P9tltTHOn
S IlTHOn ITOn Sunday Feb 1 I1WI H at Hotel Marie MarieAntoinette Maro MailsAaloinette
Antoinette Antlnele after Irer a brief hrle Illness 11neM Mary Iar A wife wifeot nifeof 1fe
ot Harris Horl K Smith SmithFunera Smlb SmlbPunera SmithFuneriN
Punera FuneriN Funera services srvle ulll nll be held at the Ih Second Pres Presbyterian PI Pteshyterian ¬ j
byterian bteran Church Clinton Clnlon and llemsen ats atslirooklyn athllroohclyn
lirooklyn Iro lyn on Tuesday rueda Feb 0 1WI JPH at 3 P M MrOIlH IdTOll8On I
TOll8On rOIlH 111 On Feb Jeb 7 1WI 111 alter Hrle a brief hret Illness In of ofpneumonia ofpneumonIa ofpneumonia
pneumonia at 1 the reiMfnre r hlnr of her he nephew nephewIx nephewIoul nephewLouts
Ix Ioul Louts > uls O Van dtfl Dorm Dorel P1 JJ J Alexander nvt II cc New NewYork ew ewYnrk ewYork
York city L Lu Luey oy ion Tor daughter d1ulhter of the late lateWilliam lateWiIam lateWilliam
William WiIam S Tort Tor I Idel of Philadelphia rhladlpbla Pa PaFuneral Je lsFuneral
Funeral Fneat service aerlre Kill wi be held at St Marys IAr Church ChurchAlejandcr Chulb ChulbAlelnre ChurchAleunder
Alejandcr Alelnre av and l 17d i4ld d At at t at lt 130 13 P M on onWednesday onWednesday onWednedsy
Wednesday Feb 10 Interment at conven convenience eonel conventeuce ¬
ience ol family familyACKxnvrilDauEfT familyAcKNowTStUtEET I II
Te The rhe family IAlnly of the late IHt Mr Adolph Sahwanmann Sahwanmannacknowledge IhwarmAnn IhwarmAnnaelnowltdre Sahwarzmannacknowledge
acknowledge aelnowltdre with grstrful ratetul appreciation apprecatIon the themany tb tbmay themany
many may kind kin expressions of sympathy splhy from fromtheir r fromtheir
their friends Ml 111 St 11 Marks Mlrks air Brooklyn BrooklynCC1IETKIIIES nroktyo nroktyoCULEIE IirooklynCCSIETEItIES
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