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I z lH SUN iVESDAY tU Sl > A FEJJ1t FEB1UJAtti3 Af 1904 q 1
I FIGWiri F G RtNG ONlNSURAKCELOSS INSURAKCEtOSS INSURAIOE LOSS1 LOSS1t 1
t 874000000 PROBABLY TOO HIGH HIGHAN nIGHAN tHanI
AN ESTIMATE ESTIMATENone
I
None of the Dli UI Companies Compple aOIIol aOIIolal nd Prob Probably lrobI ¬
I ably al by No NoNeWY New York York k Company CnlpnrWUOe CnlpnrWUOeStllere Will Be Begtacccred HeStaigered
Its Low but Baltimore BaltimoreCompanies flaltimoreI
gtacccred Stllere by IL LO IDt Oalmore OalmoreCompnieD
I Companies CompnieD Are lilt li Very err Hard HardA lard lardA
A computation cmputaton attempted atempte hero yesterday yesterdayfrom YlterdY YlterdYfrm yetordayS
S from frm the records rord of 190T 193 of the Insurance Insurancelosses Inurnco Inurnco10e thurancoa
a losses 10e in Baltimore Bltmore brings brgs out a 0 total loss lossoff lol lolof loaq141425000Q
off of q141425000Q i4 < 50OOQ 5O Of o course coure it I is at the best bestan bet beta bettan
enlightened and last nights de depatoh de deleohessuggestthat dospatohis
an a elghtene guess guO guo lat
leohessuggestthat spatohis patoh s suggest that it i is considerably top tophigh to tohlah toohigh
high highAlthough hlahA1lou higha
a Although h all 01 or most of the tle lire fre Insurance Insurancecompanies iurc iurccmpanO thaurancOcompanies <
A1lou
suffered heavily heavilyInsurance IioavilyInauranco
companies In this ths city cty sutered heaviy heaviyWUnce
cmpanO confident confidentthat confidentthat
unanimously
Insurance men were unanmously cnfdont cnfdontthat
WUnce that none of the companies compane hero her would be becrippled becrppled beb
b crippled As S to t the Baltimore Balmore companies companieshowever compane companehQwlvertey companiesb
crppled
however hQwlvertey b wver they were not so 1 sanguine Nnguine nnguine Most Mostof MOBtf Mo8tof
of f the te companies companes hero had their Baltimore Baltimoreoffices Baltmore Baltmoreofe Baltimoreoft1ce
offices in the fire f swept ept district dstrct and it was waspractically waspratcaly WSpractically
practically pratcaly ofe impossible mp sbl alh1e to t got estimates estmat from fromtheir fromtheir fromtheir
In in instances Inataces instances ¬
their agents agent in Baltimore Baltmore I many may
stances ataces maps and papers were burned bured or orwere or1re orwere
were locked loke up hi I red hot vaults vaultsConsequently vaultsnsouenly vaultoConsequently
1re Consequently nsouenly the insurance insuranc companies companiesdid cmpani cmpanidid
did a good deal of guessing guesing The president presidentof prCldent prCldentof
c of one goo of ofhe ofthe the largest lrget companies ompanle which wblc also alsois W WI alsoIa
is I one of the heaviest levlet losers loSr estimated rtiate for fora
a SON reporterthat Su the teNew theNew Now York Y k com companies cornpanics < PU PUi PUII ¬
II panics would eprtertat bo hit to t the te tune tUe of f 1100 1100i 8000000 8000000Of
i Of pnles course see he sald s I that thiswas ti a nothing nothingmore noUllngmore1an nothingk
i more c than ft guqss B and that the tii Bummight Bummightbe
It
k more1an an tC 8tmlgt 8tmlgti
I be much more or or less le Just the t earrie earriehe Slune SluneI axneI
i I I he b heald said the paid in capitals capltalun and n the te surpluses surplusesof siue siuer
r of tholosing tho losing companies cmpanie wore more more than thansufficient thl thlsufcent thaxsufficient
sufficient sufcent to t meet any ay sum that tat they would wouldhave wouldj wouldhave
j have to t pay payout payoutro out outThe outfho
The insurance lrmrnccmpanle inmiraneecompanles companies were vory voryca vorycaofapproximatngthelroses chary charyof
t of ofapproximatngthelroses approximating ro their losses Some SOlsofhm SOlsofhmI Someof of them themdeclined themlecliziOd
declined dlcile to do tb so 10 o at all al until unt they tley had bare bareelle re received roei ¬
ceived elle ei ed more lore definite d fnlte details from frm Baltimore Baltimoreor Bltmore Bltmoreor
I or until they had ha heard her from frmUel their adjusters adjustersday aute auteor
or unt officials tley sent te there frm from ti this olt city yestr yestrI yester yesterday
f day ofcll A census cenu of a number nube of ofnanies te the cm cmr coin coinJ
resulted how however howI howeer ¬
J panics local and foreign reute
r I eer pli0r in 6 the following folowig list lit of companies companieswhich C1panies C1paniesi companieswhici
te
I i i which whic were ere willing wllng to t make estimates estimatesome etmat Ll Loss Lossf
f Componl Ellmal Esllmated Esllmatedc
nd Uverpoot and Globe 10 7OOQO 7OOQOQueens
JMs1os
Glbe
c Lverl
LD <
Queens ueeu Inurance Iaiurance cmpY mpanv mpanvic 00 008emanAnleron
1 ic 8emanAnleron rnflArnSdesfl rnflArnSdesfltomc 00
47t000 47t000I
Home ome Insurance nurlnce Company CompanyKiairaca Cmpany 4710
I wtaflisuurg city Fire IJBnce In1urnce 0 O32000W O32000WIhoentl 20
Ihoentl 1ltul Aurance OU1 Cu r of LndonI LondonltO000 O t to 20 200000 200000iLagsrA
C
lhoen Co JISOOUO to Joocoo JoocooOremwlch
Kiairaca Hro insurance 10 200 200i
1 llrar Oremwlch Ureowlch Ill lire Ilunce Insurance wuran Company Cmpay W000 W000Globe 1 1t 000003obe
i Globe 3obe ana Runeia Ir Firs Insurance InlnCf Co C o Woco WocoHamburgBremen WO WOi 00000IlamburgISrCtUefl
t Ind Fire Insurance Co M 00000 00000The > W WThe
i HamburgBremen JambunDremen tre IWlrlco 0 I
The men who gave these te estimate et1e were werecareful werecareful I Icarful
careful Te to say that considering ondeg what wh they theyhad tey theyc
carful t sy tJa
c had to work on it It was WI very ve 7 possible po ble that thatthey tat thatthey I
they wore far from the mark mrk It was wasual wa wanotceblo wasS
S noticeable that reprentatvm representathea of Idvd Idvdual indbid indbidual
ual notceblo companies were inclined ice to believe beUev that thattheir tat tattherival thati
cmpnleswo conservative In esti estimating estii ¬
i their therival rivals were we too conratv et
i mating losses lossesAs lossesAs
10es 10esA
mtig As a means of estimating rlmti the te amount aoun of cfinsurance oflnic ofthalirance
insurance lnic A mene carried care In the te entire e city cty of ofBaltimore ofBltmor ofi ofiI
I Baltimore the Baltimore Baltme Underwriter Undee pre prepared pr prpr pre1i ¬
1i pared Bltmor a list listof of the premiums W paid pid to com companiea cornpanted om ompne
aUt te
pr panted doing business bule in the te city This Thisfiat Thislilt 1
fiat Uet pne was doig compiled compie from frm report made mde to the thaBoard th6Boar theBoard
Board of Fire Underwriters Underter rp Tho ofolowig ofolowigtble following followingtable followingf
f table Boar shows Fre the premiuma paid pid to these thesecompanies thesocmpne
3 tble companies cmpne for te the prU first d six 8 tnontrm mn of o 1603 1603Indemnity lD3 lD3IndemIty 1O3i
i l Indemnity New Ne york torI 18 120520 B893 Insurance l srco Com ComOrient Cor Corpau Coinan
an IndemIty of N rortrs Jineflca 554L20 1 If LstsYeL t NI NIYork Niw NiwI
pau rtl Alm1C =
I York sas15st 8111 torcantt1i elle Do BoSOn 01 P 2M1417 11 Mi Hit HitWaU1e
so5e00 ta0tonaI a Hartford HartfordIzLes4s
waukee MechIcs HechAntel IWUj 433531 I0 Hartordl ruonai ruonaiit
IzLes4s Kstja1 51do Otndrd raUona raUonaUnIon
it mOUOatlal UnIon OG813 New Hmpslel impshtrc a 1047 5i5247 rcw rcwYorl teW
4 JT Yorlc UllhitirWrltC 01 O25844 I NIaara 11147 11147North 015247 015247F
Uooerrlte 1
F Yorl North nrittsi 6 Merctl Hercantlts 10 2lL57 afar 1 Nonher onhein
1 471100 fltl Orient UWIM 4 Pennsylvania enIVaa I1M7027 I1M70271S78S84 unu7i 1147127p
Ornt Underwriters Vnderwrlier3e42ol
p a18UI Phenix 1S78S84 Pnlladelphla i Un errter
Phola e42ol 1118 ArfltZ Hartford PAlbl 7178 Ptomo PtomoDltrCt Potonmo PotonmoflIatrict
lm78
1418 Pl nl Hntort
flIatrict of Columbi Columbia Mann Pvdec Pimidenes Wish WuhInrtonI614 WishI
DltrCt nrton 11 ooni Queen 7ellOReIIaJiCe Relae JO2 JO2Rodaetu 204422 204422et
I InrtonI614 Queens6UO 8kZS79 Sprtnfle1d 1321502 1321502I
et Rochestd German Spllneld 1JISlj 1JISljJrnr
Rodaetu Gern 178 Tradent Tradenti
4j422l
I c Sorint ahiexi 2 7t8 711 St Pul Paul IIG Tder
Jrnr ceio4 Garea Votes 1hUde1phh 3000471lJJiltOd 7Uat Fi 1L5 1L5mni
i Unio hdepb l
16I mni pb1ade1ptita 100 302300 Volted at Stt Stt Sttia2131t
mes 11111 ia2131t M pldelpbl Westohester jsooijl WUllamaburg WlbuClt1 city cityMUlitt
SUOI MUlitt 111 410124 Wecbe Total Tot Si8l087 1IOIL 1U7 GrinS rd total ttl SMS I 124
24851 24851Pcabody 24021Loesi
24 Loesi COIpD1 COIpD1I
I Ijaittinore La cm 1601 1004023 e Fre4 PlTesnenS 254255tJ I Oer OerrsnI2 OerIL
IL yeas laUmr 50420043 GernAmercn ucrnmnAme1can 5rJ20145 174 nome nomeS2tG riomeI
I rsnI2 12 16392 Maryland P fl2tS27 U7 010 OI Twn Vows a12IM3 a12IM3Peabdy 412203 412203ti
ti S2tG Peabdy Pcabody IUW4M Marld UI6I Security Secury 8SM 2 Total ot I1M I1M82DW IM IMGUU
82DW
2 82DWS5 GUU orhrn oreIrn S5 compant2E compant2Et SffllSSh UndonsI Undont Undon Londonttfl060l
ArcheS and MuSicli Wr 3Oc0g0 At AHss
Ind 1110 IO
t
ttfl060l HrttUh America Toronto 74 130042 130042Catedoniafl 7 42 42Caledonian
t Caledonian sI CAledon llrtlh Scotland AmercTornt 841148 com Commercial cl 1 UnIoni Union UnionSli
Ii Sli 1 8S005 Law Scotld Union and lU Crown 1375 71130 1SO Londonand London LondonManchester
and uveesool i and Globe o 21 l1000ondm t Aaiur Aaiurance
ance 0152 000052 a LOldon London al and < ianeatiire a blr 1818t1 1818t1Mancheter 1118111 1118111Manchestcr
Alce
Manchester England l I70WJ58 7D28 Kntlonal tnlon Ireland IrelandM Irelad Irelad5f2l
Mancheter nilld
M 4 543 84240 40 North British and nd Mercantile M rcaltUe 2332306 2332306Northern 25 32306 32306N6rthern
Northern 5f2l zor Sjlanu nIand land Brltl1 s570O 52057004 457004 Norwich Union tjnlcraEngland Unionnglind unio 10
England Norher F1 W l5103 7 OS Palatine London Ldn t89MS4 t89MS4Thurlnela 0302334Phrniki U2S U2SPhanla
rnld Phrniki PI210 1K1UJPalto Royal xenre U08UO U08UOROYII 1208400Royal
Phanla ROYII Royal 2023286 Scut ScOttiSh Roya UnloJand Union and Natonl NatonltOIJ3L NatlonM
861384 18 State LiverpoOl 2478Jfl Sun 118181 138916121 138916121ThurInla
Thurlnela tOIJ3L Stte S8UO 182550 LvroolI7 Union Unon london Ind aatyiJlllM aatyiJlllMWestern U1S9G U1S9GWeter 1172050 1172050Western
Tlurp
Western Weter Other Othoompan1ei Othoompan1eiLIon ooropanlec ooropanlecXtnai Toronto Tornto 1454700 U7o Total 1Dtl 115 1150Iorconpl 28310115 28310115Other 28210115Othoompan1ei
0Iorconpl Xtnai LIon a 1219507 1219U1rculur Agricultural IIJEOM 10 32013 LAer Amen Amfrtcon Amencan <
con Philadelphia 7 7M84I American AmrC Newark NewarkCentral newr
Phadelpbll fr4
854156 l AineflCaiI jioi00n Iotn 4t8 xnirtcan xnirtcanCezitril ru ruCeUI
1941 Central St AeC Louis 402341 4623AL Anchor Acr p81 3M8I1 301811Assurance 3M8I1Assurance
CeUI Assurance Be New Lw YoVuTw6WiB York 350001 58 Boston Bt oiton S45MM S45MMOtttena1 aI 456494Qureni
Otttena1 AurIc St Louis York 1080201 1 Commonwealth CommonwealthBelalr Cmmonweth CmmonwethBlar CominonweslthIlelair
OWe Belalr id d 58824 Lu Connecticut Cetcut 80 I89452a tN ConU ConUDMital CnU CnUDOt ConUnentil
12
DMital Blar New York orl U4144W Delmware Dlawae PenMyl PenMylTaala7t4e8304 PonTI PennaylI
I Taala7t4e8304 DOt viSle 468394 Delaware tUUO Dorer Der ttjMM D Dutch Dut DutchCu
Dawe
Cu 1 7 le New 1G1 York W5K506 0 EQUlUble 1qUtle Providence Providence6iSJ29j PrVdece PrVdece9521qutaile
6iSJ29j 9521qutaile 43822 Equitable Equltai1 Charleston Cbarltton 1t162 M1283 Farmenr FarmenrYork Fae
1 York 00k 301080 Flre ne Association Alatlon Philadelphia Philadelphiaman Pph
6108
71240 FIreme 1iremons Fud Fund s San Frlsco rraiicisco S67U8 S67U8Jn 1001280 1001280kilo
7C4 kilo 456502 Oe0rr1 Home 1sU 355434 Oer OerDn Dcinn
Jn man Peorta 473160 8 7SI Oer German Germ Alliance hIC 804440 894482I 804440GermanAmerican 140 140GeraAerc
I Dn GermanAmerican Ieora New York 1 1214K06 12 140 74206 German Gea GermanAseflcan
GeraAerc Aseflcan PenylvaIa Ienn3ytVflha 15U 3486J Glea Glens tal uaIIa
1 Ameca New Yonli 402304 8CUreewch Gicenwich 1275 823475 lover loverSO Rinover
1 11060048 Vol 8 Hartford G7092 HOle home Ne New Vorl York
Harlfon r77
I s 1f3S SO 3473184 < Borne California CalforlaP8781 CalforlaP8781As 28781 28781As 281810As
As the ho Income In omo from premiums prmums would wOldb wopidbe
be 9 larger l < rger for or the to first fin finho ft six si months month than In Inthf inI
I b the ho 10 second secnd hl half of tho thothe year yarrd yearAItred Alfred M M Best Bestbe Dst Dstthe Beatp
p the author atbor of Bests Bsts BestaInsu2iulce I Beports Beportsarl Dpors Dporsarl Beportat
t arl an authority on insurance Isurc matters mattersestbnated mter mattersestimated
estimated etmted that the total premium prmium income incomeon Incmo Incmoon
ii on insurance IDrnc In the city cty of Baltimoro lior for fol fezrr
1903 was 91050000 With this as a basis basisin basisv
rr 10 wa 1165 0 ti a I bsl
v M Mr Bst Best fgur gured that the lunc Insurance In force forceV
V in tho city of Baltimore Blior now should shoul be beabout beI
I about 116500 165000000 Insurc Insurance men on a arough arough ay
y rough guess guee thought that 60 6 per er r cent cnt of ofthis ofthl
4 this thl would be on o property In I the business businessor bui ss ssor
or burned bue district ditrlc prPry This Tl would mean mlan mean9gwJ000
190 98000000 of Insurance Iao hi I the business businessdistrict buiness buinessltr businessdlat1
district dlat1 ltr and an4the the insurance lsUnQ men said sid that
< anlthe
75 per cent cnt of that sum or 1742500 74250000 74250000rnleht 74250000might
might pr be b put down as a tho insurnc insurance loss lossin lo 1oain s sIn
in the burned bured district ditrct But Bt last lat nights ngbts re reports repor roports ¬
from Baltimore that 75
ports Baltmore suggest per percent percont percentis
cent por centis Is I too high hgh for the not losses that th will willfall wi willfall
fall fal on the te companies companiesAccording oompanlesA companiesAccording
According A oorllg to tho report rpor of Insurance InsuranceCommissioner InstiritncoCornniiaioner
Commissioner Cmiioner Wilkinson Wikison of Maryland for or
1902 10 thOm thos Now No York companies carried carriedinsurance carird carirdurlc carriedJ
J insurance urlc on property proprty in Maryland Maland and andon andOR andor
on or a rough calculation clclton It is believed blevcd that tht
i 5 60 0 per pr cent on represents rprsets rUls rl carried In InBaltimore inBlir InI
I 4 Baltimore BaltimoreAgrlculturallnsurance Blir BaftjmoreS
Agrlculturallnsurance Company Cmpay Water Watertown VaierI ater atert
S Arr
I t town tow uturallurace N Y YAssurance 1 3334 3t 10 100
02 Assurance Company of America Amercl New NewYork Newyork
if
5 Jurance York YorkDutches 8305 8305Duc 883005
0 Dutches Duc County Count Insurance IIUfa Company CompanyNew CmplY CmplYNew
1 New York YorkOermanla M78W 347032E
E Oermanla GermI New York YorkGerman ork 4007764 t 2188 9776
8 German Oerma Alliance lace New York YorkGermanAmerican 603188 1 0031e8J 16
J GermanAmerican eranAmercan New York YorkGlens 0191810 O1 0132850Ctcn2 > 1
Glens GeM Falls Fals New York YorkGreenwich 1381412 138141220616W 132412 132412GreenwchJNew 1302 442 442Greenwich
Greenwich GreenwchJNew New York YorkHome 20616W 20250 2 062 626 626it
it Jlaovele Ilanover kv York 2036 3023503
2 Home NewYork NewYorkIndemnity New York 1377021 1377021snoi3 13170212Indemnit 13770213L
L Indemnity Indemnit New York YorkLafayette Yorkw snoi3 snoi3North U2 U2Lrllete
w Lafayette New York
3 Lrllete NatOIa NattouaItandard tandardkNew New york 6IS3 UH5 074508 074508NtaarA
Nlarara New Newyork Yor 2083 2083ortb a oeiso oeisoi
i North ortb British Brtsb and Mercantile Mtratle New N York YorkNorthern f32 f32orthcm c082 c082I
I Northern Insuranco In8urao Company Cmpay New Ncwlork York YorkPhoenix I Uf3025 Uf3025Phwnlr 02 02PI
Phoenix PI nls New York Yorkqueens ork orkgu000s fS 3
queens Insurance IJuracc Company Compnj of America AmericaRochester Altrca lnGOI lnGOInoehc8ter 17201St 17201Stnoc11c1er
Rochester German GermanUnited I 073035 073035United
United States State lire Insurance In urtce Company CompanyWwtohester CQm Coni0anyWestchester any 0303 UJes UJesWtlbeter
Wwtohester Wtlbeter New York YorkWllllanuburit 213361 213361YllllbUrl 2 icawi icawiWtIIlatnsbUrli
Wllllanuburit YllllbUrl New Ne York YorkContinental yorl YorkContinental 5n 3
Continental Contlnonl New York YorkThe ork 770803 770803Totl 77081103 77081103Total
Totl Total TotalThe 2 f
The Maryland Marlnd insurance Insurnce companies compares ear earrit earclod ¬
clod rit the following lo11 ng Insurance illurc in the en entire entir entire ¬
tire tir Btato Stt 8tateof io of Maryland Marland in il 1902 11 according accordingto accotdl accotdlt accordito c cBaltmore
to t the same sme report reportBaltl reportBaltimore
Baltl Baltmore Baltimore more Fire Fre Insurance Company Compny SCSMO SCSMOaltlmo 0078 0078500 0078500Baltimore too toolfaltliflore
Baltimore altlmo e Kqultablc qul1blc Society cctr 2031170 2031170Firemens 201110 201110Jremen
4 Firemens s Insurance Ilurlnee Company Cmpan CompanyI VimsM VimsMHerman
I Herman Jremen Insurance Company 1933303 1933303GermtuiAmerlcan IO331 1932302oOerninACleilcan
GermtuiAmerlcan Germn teflcan Company Compny 15548814 15548814Home 1 15348614li 586H 586HJome
li Home Jome Fire Fre Insurance Company Compay 24062226 24062226War 2f 24042228C 02 2l 2larSld
C War Marituld arSld land Insurance lnurance Company Cmpany C lMo 10615 1383615Old is isOld
Old 011 Town TW Insurance Inurance Company Compny l343ou l343ouPeabody 133DU 133DUPlbdy1urance 1343913pisbddltn3ursnce
Peabody Plbdy1urance pisbddltn3ursnce Insurance Company lnr It 3567103 3567103Security 3567103secuWyinmrance
Security Seul secuWyinmrance Insurance rance Company CmPly q 3681230 3681230Toit 3381200I
Toit zd > i 153088453 153088453The
The largest 1a lt of ortho tho foreign f re gn companies compankdoing companiesdoinR companiesdoing
I doing Te business buSlneSlr In MaryUnd rlfnd in 1902 19 were wereas werefolo wereas
as follows followsThe folo followsTI s sT
The TI Itoyal floyai of tohdarfT t L t t7fesono t7fesonoLiverpool 1 7688010f 6t
f T Liverpool nya and till London Lndon Loadonaad t and ad Globe Gobo 4815178 4815178ijMdonand 4gl 1213178tssadonond 18 18ldonad
ijMdonand Lancashire 4 4100082 4100082Northern 0082 0082Northern
Northern ldonad Norter British Irtsl Uablre and ad Mercantile Mercaile England llad 50ai578 50ai578Roytl 50U18 50U18R 5601578I7o1a1Exchsnre
Roytl I7o1a1Exchsnre Kxchamte IS87015 IS87015Wjflfnlx 1170IS 1170ISPcnlx 1887015I
R 1 txcbare Ireland 0283425 0283425Tbtmcs 0283425Tbtmcs 0283423rbamcs
I Wjflfnlx Pcnlx A3 Assurance Ulance 1ld G21425 G21425rbamc
Tbtmcs rbamc and M 344rOey brIY r ey Kneland I d 3WW474 3WW474Norwich 3141 3101474corwlch
Norwich rlch Union IJn n Knijlanc Inglanq ajla 4143422 4143422JThe 1343423JIIO 3 3the
JThe JIIO insurance in insuranoecompnnles i r e companies co mpaneJ got got to t ciphering cipheringut1 cp cipbirIngo ng ngoQ
oQ o ut1 the Which uch companies had hdprb probably pe bly lr been beenI beenc beenI beenL
lch c ompJ
I
t
hitilie 5 n1t1izoharcfeot tile baKfest An officerVoaeofthe officerVoaeofthecompanies oMcer ofoaotth ofoaotthcompanies t iitott
companies llare said sdthat saidthat that nf on a guess gue he wouldPHt wouldput would wouldput
companle put them hom in the following folowin order orderMaryland orde ordeMar1and orde4 orde4Maryland
Maryland CompaniesGerman Fire Insurance InsuranceCompany lnsunaneCompany nSBnee nSBneeCompany
Company Mar1and of ofMarlnd Maryland CompnINeralro Baltimore Ilatmore Mutual Mulullre Fire In Insurance Insur41ce insuratice ¬
surance Company Firemens IremesIISUI Insurance nceCompny Company Companyo
o sur41ce of llaryland 1arlalc and the Baltimore DlmorF iFire Insurants InsurantsAssociation lnuranc JnsurancoAuociatton I
Association AuociattonOther
AssociationOthtr Asciton Other American Compaale Compnielame CompaniesHome Homo Insurance InsuranceCompany Ilurance IluranceCompny Insurancecompany
Company Amercn Hartford Fire Fr Insurance IIUllnce Company CompanyContinental CompanyConllnen11 CompanyContInental
Continental Compny Conllnen11 Janton Insurance IMurnc Company ana the German GermanAmerican Oerml DermaitAmerican
American Insurance Company Companytile CompinyEorelcn
Amema IMllt
Compay CompayIorehen
Iorehen CO ComIlanlesNortil Briih British aDd 1lerea Herean HereantIle
tile Insurance Inurnce Company laleaNorth of London Ladon Pbanlx Ph < nla Assur Assurance Aaur AssurOnce ¬
Once Ile Company Compny of London Lndon London Inlol and Liverpool LiverpoolAisumnco Llvcrl LlvcrlandOobeJoya Llverpoosad
lne sad Qlobe ompuy itors1 of Lndon London andUe andtIm Western WtemAulnce WesternM3ufencO
Aisumnco andOobeJoya CompanyOf f Canada CanadaThem I IThere
Aulnce 1lp C411
Them wi will bo more insurance iurce insurance men in inBaltimoro InBltiore InBaltimore
Baltimore Bltiore tomorrow tomonrowY said one insurance insuranceman Insurce
man mn than thn wore over gathered gathere together togetherin I
in one ne city cty since tho Chicago Cblcgo fire fre Moat Moatof Mot Motof Mostof
of the 1rnco Insurance men nre putting up at the theHotel theHotel theHotel
Hotel Lafayette Lfaette and there will wi be e a great greatcolony grot grotclony greatc1ony
colony clony of ofthem ofthemWilliam them themWilliam the <
William Wllm M Kremer Keer president prsldQt of the theGermanAmerican tle tleGeAmecnsurnc theGermanAnierleart
GermanAmerican GeAmecnsurnc Insurance Company Companyseemed Companyseme Companyseemed
seemed to be tho most cheerful cheul of the in insurance Insurnc Inglirance ¬
surance seme surnc contingent outngnt I Tc Q ft 9 Spw BNrprr BNrprrhe M reporter reporterho
ho Bold sd late lte yesterday cterdy afternoon afternoonFrom afteron afteronFrm afternoonFrom
Jhavprorolved from fromBaltimore fromBaltimoro
From Frm tho reports rporta JJAVI rQIve fr
Baltimore Blmoro during durng the day dy I estimate estato that thatour tht thtour thatour
our loss los la I about HOOOQOand OO IQ may y be less lewOur lessOur C
Our surplus is 15630 5033000 5 gathered gatler together togetherfor togelhe
for just such a disaster dlster disaster aa I this thi and Id we are nrein areIn
in good shape to take tlt care car Of 0 our policy policyholders polcy polcyholderWe policyholder
sc
holderWe holders We Ve haVesent hve hae Sent t acorpsof a corsof corps of twelve twelveadjusters twelveadJusler twelveadjusters
adjusters adJusler to Baltimore Bltmore with wih the purpose purposeof puro
of indemnifying the good people pele of Balti Baltimore Bl Baltimore ¬
more idemniyg just as a soon In as we can cn make male adjust adjustmontH adJustmcu adjustmeats
montH Fortunate ForUato indeed inde is the man who wholias whohM whohas
mcu has a policy in one of tho big bll companies companiesFrom compnle companiesFrom
From Frm plcy looking looklnp over our maps and ad from fromtho fromtho fromthe
tho map of the burned burne district ditrict map I estimate estimatetho atmat estimatethe
the property proplrtyIO Ions to beiabout beaboutS0 50000000 50000000Tho 50000000Tho O00
Tho to Information obtainable obtinable t l 1 so vague va ue and andIndefinite andndcfnltl andindonIte
Indefinite ndcfnltl informaton hoWevfer h eVrltat that this thi should only onlyThe ony onyb onlybe
b be tken taken a as a rugn rough gUe guees gueesThe
< Continental Company Companyav Companygave
The Insurance r o Company CompanyjlV
Contnontl 1i
gave av out lt no estimate of q its it loss lO Vice Viceearly VIc VicePresident
jlV Pridnt President Lnning Lanning etmate Btrt etitrted tor for DUmor Baltimore Baltimoreearly
early in the aftornoop Henry Heu Evans Evanspresident Eva Evanspresident
erl president prfdent I of te f the te atrnoop company cOIpay made naohl this state statement stat statemont ¬
ment w 1 v vOur J JOur J JOur
Our advices from fom Baltimore Baltmoro nre as yet yetvery yetve yetvery
very meagre The amount of our loss lOB onn onnnot on oannot
not ve be mOnie stated until Te we have h vedefnlte vedeilnlte definite Informa Information Infonn Infonnton Information ¬
tion M to the area unt burned bured W ave our ourhne ourhneof share shareof shareof
of ton the R loss 101 to pay but wltli wal assets n lets In excess excessof eXCl61 excessof
of Sl4noo000 a 000 000 we cannot be affected ntlcted seriously seriouslyEven serlou11Eon seriouslyEven
Even if 00 f the 0 entire cnnno territory reported to have hoybeen havebeen havebeen
been burned tfo entre over has ha been bten wiped wlpo out the low lowto 16 lossto
to this company cmpanywi companywill will takebut takobl n I comparatively comparativelymail cmparltvely cmparltvelyamal comparativelySmall
thl
mail amal pan par of its surplus surlu of over 17500000 17500000The 1600 1600Te 7500000The
The company sent this ti statement sttement to toTHE toTB toTUE
THE TB Te SUN SU last lat night nightThe nightTbQ nightThe
The public la assured that the Insurance Insurancelosses Insurnce Insurncelossea Insurancelosses
publo I aurld
losses of the company cmpJny resulting rfsultng from the theanya theBaltimore
Baltimore fire will bo Mid In ful fuli The com companys
panys Batmoro 6 anya net fe surplus suplus wi will wl still sti bo more than thinWrXIrvlng thann thanWIrving
WrXIrvlng n 1rlngiJrI Jr secretary of ofihoPhinnix ofihoPhinnixInsurance ihe thePh Phcanbc PhcanbcInsurance ni
Insurance Inuranc n Company of London Lndon referred referredto rfer
to t Baltimore BaUmor as 1 an a old ol fashioned fashione town townthat townthat townthat
that had been carrying Insurance Inrnc for years yearsand yenr yenrand yearsand
and hd years yC bn without carng any ay great grat loss In I tho thobusiness thebusiness
business buslnoB district distrct until unU the insurance Inurnc rates rateshad rtes rateshad
had been whittled down to a minimum minimumFor minimumFor
For that tht bn reason ron whitte Mr M Irving Irng saidthe ad tbe town townwas twn townwas
was well insured insuredliamsburg insuredPresident
wa wel Inure
Pmldent President MarlalS Marshall 8 Drgg Prltlgs of te WI Wil Willlamsburg
liamsburg City Insurance Inun < Company com ompany Plnynnd and andpresident andpresident
president lambug of Cty the New Ne York Board Bor oi oz Fire Firewould ire ireUnderwriterssnld
prie Underwriterssnld tt that bl his oornpanywoulrl oornpanywoulrllose would woulddent
loo lose Underrlerund about 20 200000 Henr Henry ompanrwould ompanrwouldloo I H 101 Hnh1preou1 Hnh1preou1dent Lrl
dent of the National No tona Board Bal of Fire Fir U Uwriters Under Underwte underwriters
writers o said that It seemed certain cerain that thatthe thatthe
wte sad tt see
the great grat losses JOSIC would wod mean the concen concentration cncn cncntrton concentratlon ¬
tration of the th flr fr fire ihstiranco lince business buslnOe in intho Inthe inthe
trton the hands hds handset o of a small smal number nutnbr of companies companiesHe corpae
He added addedThose addedIhoao
Those a who have been bOI complaIning cmplalnlnl of ofhigh ofhlghratesshouldtakeft
high hlghratesshouldtakeft Toe rate should wh take a baok eeat Prudent Prudenteon Prdent Prdentcmpae Prudentcompanies I
companies rea prepare for jut just lelg such exigencies exigenciesby nles nlesby
cmpae by charging par raona reasonable lo rte rates Tl ibis is isthe I Ithe
the fourth big fratorJasonvle fireafterJaohsonviile Pat6r Paterson I Ison
fonrh
son and ad Waterbury Waterbur It I te lsne safe to say that thatthose thatthose i itoo
those too fires frs ate up last llt years ytbuinci business and andthe Id andthe
the profits of years e to come comeof ome omeJo oomeJohn I
rft
te Jo John n R Walters afel 1 hi te the agen agent inthl in this 011 011of oby obyof
of 600 W 00 dry goods fooB stores strr all al over ov the te country countrywhichhave cuntry countrycrhichhave I
whichhave wh have system RSy a of msuringone Inurlgnater InurlgnaterHo lnsuringoneanother lnsuringoneanotherHe another anotherHe
Ic
He said yesterday that there we we e twelve twelveof telve
tat to
of these syetray stores In I Baltimore Blt ore and four fo r of pfte ofthem ofthem
them tee were wee sr burned bue out Their Tei aggregate aggregateInsurance aggegate aggegateisuance aggregatethsurance I
te Insurance was W about ab t 400000 400000It 400000It 00
isuance It I is I believed belev by by local locl insurance inc inter interests intr intre interesta ¬
ests that many of the te Insurancecompanies Insurancecompaniesof iuaople
e of Baltimore ta mn will wlbe be particularly ptICulY hard har hit hltby hitby hitby
r
by Dt the fire e on acoountora acuntoni system syte of o are aretnsurance re reInsurance relurno
Insurance te f In practice1 Many 1f companies companiesof cmpanle
of lurno this and ad other I plcl citlaiwntch Ufli carried 10 Bal Baltimore Baltimore l ¬ i itlore
timore ti risks ote reinsured them in Baltimore Baltimorecompanies Bltmore Baltimorecompanies I Icmpe
relne
tem
companies tlore rlka which could watch the aitua aituatlon sltuaton situation
wlicud wat te
cmpe tlon more closely closelybecame closelyYesterday ly I IYeteray
ton Yesterday or oo when tie extnt extentof of t th dawe daiuase daiuasebeczune I Ibee
became bee Yeteray Icnc Icnccountry lc lcnown < cnlpal companies te truhout througnout the thecountry I
country cuntr doubting doubtl I Imore te the abit ability of te the Blt Bltforecpnl Balti Baltiniore
more companies to t stood ld up under un their theirlosses teir theirlenses
u I
forecpnl
losses IOIe cancelled ccle their tei reinsurance reluanc with withthose withthose 111 111toe
those companies cmpalM and ad called tle for the te return returnof retm retuinof I
of toe thepreiniwrsfor te the p8iuma pratniuuu for the te unexplred unexie period periodwere pei periodThese I Iee
These ee stops were wee taken tken by iiiany 1N nan coin coinsources CI CIpale coinpanics
pale panics and the reulng resulting draIn on to the re resu resources
te
sources su a of the t1e Baltimore ltrar concerns cncem will bo boeioeedmerr beerneedingly
eioeedmerr heavy heavyThe Levy
eoelni The 1 tire f h hascaused considerable corsderable activity activityand atvt aet1vIt aet1vItand
and Id excitement excitJnt cue among aonK the thajutigf ad adjustingfirms adjustingfirmsin justing firms firmsIn
In this th city olt because bauof of the t risKs risK that th have havebe hve bavobesncariiedby i
I
be besncariiedby ncarriedby Baltimore DUo companies cm ie here hereThe her hereThe I
bnoby The Te companies ompales in i Baltimore Baltlor have hav been beendoing ben bendolns beendoing 1
doing an enormous enonou business tii their thei own owncity owncity
city which a the t insurance Inio mensay men meneaybes ayJbn ayJbnrmkbl hasbeen hasbeenremarkably been beenremarkably
ct remarkably free fr from fom fires frsof iof of any ay con consequence consequence ¬ I
sequence rmkbl Some of these the Baltimore Batmr com companies cm cmpanle cornpantes ¬
equeno panies panle recently ronUy havebeen haw 8been bn bidding for forNew forNew forNew
New York business buies and ad have hv been bn more mr or orless orle orless
less le successful sUCf l One Onendjuter adjuster said sid yesterday yes yestray yeaterday ¬
terday that six Baltimore Btimor companies cmpnls had hadwritten hadwritten
written tray policies lclcB in I this tis city and ad that they theyhave therhav theyhavn
have witt hav carried ood part pe of the risk rlk of several severalnot svral svralront severalrecent
ront recent fires Most of thefe these caims claims have havonot havenot
not yet 1 been b paid Jld according arig to the t o ad adjusters adjuter adjusters ¬
justers juter yt It I is customary ctomar for r r an insurance insuranceconcern inluralo insurailcoconcern
concern to Bottle Sttw with W Ih the th policyholder policyholdersixty policyholdersixty olcholder olcholdersiy
sixty concr days after the date of thoflre thot the tire In Incase Inc Incase
siy case the dy Insured Insurd atr wish wsh paymerit payert before bfor this thistime thistme thistime
time c they get their payments ente frith lth j 1 per cent ceiitdiscount rlit centdiscount
discount tme disut gt Several Sveral p adjusters adttor last pr night nightcalled nightcled nightcalled
called on Baltimre DlmbT Baltim rd Companies and also alsoon alsoon alsoon
on cled the local locl companies OrJl for the amount am wlt of oftheir oftei oftheir
their tei policies polcie with wih the to 1 per pr cent cnt oft oftTOBONTO ot offToaosro
TOBONTO TORoNOOnt Ont Feb 8Tho B Tho Western WesternAssurance Wester WesternAssuranco
Assurance unnc Company Cmpy loses 10fcI 350000 500 and tho thoBritUh thoBritih theBritish
British Britih American Amercn 210000 2100 They are ar pro propared pr proU proUpared
pared to pay all al claims claimsSPBiNanELD clm claimsSPRINOFZEW
t
prd SPBiNanELD SP INorIEIt Mass f Feb 8 8111 8Tho Tho loss los of ofat ofthe ofthe
the Springthld FI Fire and 3t Marine rlne Is put putat putat
at 400000 Sprnifla OO to 500000 500 The T surplus eurlus is
11 1000000 OO A Ayeas years profits profts are ar wiped wipd out outGLENS outGLNS outUians
GLENS GLNS FALLS FAL Feb Felo 8 8Th Th loss of tho thoQlens thoOen theGlens
Glens Falls Fals Insurance Inuanc Company will wi not notexceed notexod notexceed
exceed exod Oen S1750To 175000 Tho surplus sulU Cmpny ia Ii 2400000 S2400000PIIIIADEW1IA 2400000PHILADELPHIA 2400
PHILADELPHIA P 1DEL11 Feb F b 8 8The The probable probableyenterday probablelosses
100 losses of Philadelphia com conflinniro nlrf up to toyelteray toyEfltOIdfly
yenterday yelteray afternoon afteroon were set Jt et down own at the thefollowing thofolowln thefollowing
following folowln figures figuresInsurance fglrcl fglrclIlurace figuresInsurance
Insurance Ilurace Company Cmpay of ofNorthAmercl ofNorthAmenlca North AmericaJ2M000 AmericaJ2M000Fire 5210000 5210000Fire 2rO
Fire Association AoclaUon 2SO0XI 2SO0XIPennsylvania 2WoO 2WoOPenn 210001JennsylvanA
Pennsylvania Penn ylvanlA Fire Ir 150000 150000Franklin 210000Franillin 500
Franklin FrAnlln Fire > looow looowUnited lO 100015United
United 1nltt4 Fire Fre i 0 100000 100000Delaware 100
Delaware D lawre u 1100 100000 100000Union 100 100UnionConpny
Union UnionConpny I 20000 20000It 210 2 2It
It is I believed boUev that tat il50O 1500000 150 000 wi will cover coverthe c coverthe ver verte
the te whole loss lossG losl loslOUESS lossOUESS
G OUESS THE LOSS AT IT 80000000 380000000What 80000000at 80000000What
What at Baltimore Baltmore Insurance Inlornoe Mm Utn Say Sarm Sarmfeet sayErfeet Ef Effect ¬
feet on the Skyscrapers SkyscrapersBALTIMORE Skrscraper SkrscraperBALTIMORE SkyscrapersBALvnIonE
BALTIMORE Feb 8 SThe The insurance iDuance men menhave mcnhavs menhave
have established Cta lshed a headquarters heaq artei for all allcompanies al allcompanies
companies at the Lexington Ixi oi Hotel lotel opposite oppositethe oppsle oppslethe opjsItethe
the City Hall HIII Late Lle this afternoon afterthe after afterthe afterthe
the destruction of tho lumbar yards they theywere lh theywere y yere
were ere inclined Inclned to put tho damage at 80000 80
000 0 The Tu estimates ltma el ranged rln td from fro 50000000 50000000to
to Sl0OO 100000000 All Al IJ of them admitted that thatthia thatthl thatthis
this thl was wa the tlo roughest roughestsgr cwrt sortof of a guess guessTho guessThe guessThe
The insurance Inurano men figured fgured that about aboutthirty aboutthirty aboutthirty
thirty squares had been b n burned blimcd over and andthat nndthat andthat
that on the te average there Were eighty eightybuildings eightytJldlngf eightybuildings
tJldlngf buildings to the square squar sjuaro There are Inn Innlocal tenlocal
local 1001 fire fre insurance insuranc companies mpapl here her some of ofthpni ofthpl ofthorn
thorn of many my ye yt yer irii r landing tn clg It I was wnl said saidby saidby saidby
by some of f the th tnsuranco nsuran mon ten that tlt few of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the local companies compnIea could cilld survive surviveTho eulve eulveho surviverho
Tho ho largest brgcit part of their theIrrlk riska carried carriedwere crrie1 crrie1were carriedwere
were on tho building buldi while whie the stocks stockswore stockswore stockswere
wore insured Inured by b the big companies eompan le ice In New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York Among OIle these hose the lassos lOW will wi fall fallpretty faUpretty fallpretty
pretty evenly according acording to the adjusters adjustersThere adJtfters adJtfters1ere adjustersThere
There 1ere were fifty ffywhllo flftywholesalo wholesale dry d goods god houses houseswhich houseswhich
which have lost lot everything evyhin eighteen lum lumber lwnber lurnbee ¬
ber yards yr and ant eight eigt Jowellern JowellernTho jewel JowellqreThe
The jewellers jeweler had I sufficient B1Ioient warning and andworked andworke andworked
worked worke like Iku beavers baver getting otng outtheir outtheirgood out their theirgood theirgoods
good good Moet MotoC Moetof of them thcsvt thcnmsaved saved their diamonds dlamondaand dimond3 dimond3and diamondsand
and a good rrt tt df r their elrpther other stock stockThe stockTe stockFho
The Te principalbatiks prndp p lr ii illa ha to t toiilffer < siiffpr i f r lew lo were werethe wpro wprotho worethe
the National NaUon l ExchngoJ Srchange 6hange National Natnl Marine MarineNational Marie MarieNatonal MarineNational
National Natonal Mechanics Mcha lc Merchants Ierc at First FirstNotional Fiit FiitNaional FfrstNational
Notional Naional Third Notional Nalon4 Farmers Farer Na National Natonl Nattontzi ¬
tional tonl and National atOal Union tnon The buildings buildingsin bldgs bldgsIn
in which w ch these tbce banks bnk werehoused were houe housed were
an w
itogether itogetler I together destroyed dctb dcstroy except eotleti eotletiwhchI eiceptho thV vaults yaultswhich vaultswhIchra
which whchI whIchra uro all 1 rl right rightIn ht htIn
In I the case Ceo r of some s of oUh the big bil building buildingthe bUUp bUUpthe buildingsthe
the loss 10 on the structure strcr is i estimated eie at a onlj
33 3313 13 per p rcet cent owing oJgto to the thprlon thprlonof preservation preservatloiof
of the rnaln min part PAr of the steel Ite structure structureSome structureiome or I ISome
Some of the skyscrapers skycrpe partlonlarl partlonlarlthat p prtiitiIir1ythat rlol11
that of the Continental Ctiet Trust TI Company Companypresented Cmpy CmpypreBentea Companypresented
presented preBentea a curiousspectacle onoU today tooay The Thebuilding Te Tebuiding Thebuilding
building buiding was wa burned bure out oU inside ise from f the thesixteenth theeJxtentb thesixteenth
sixteenth eJxtentb story stor to the th basement baet yot ye rot the thowalls thewall thewal1
wall walls wal1 and frame frae work remained remaie almost almostas alt altas
as before ore the fire fireNone fr fireNone
None of the thofprf fireproof skyscrapers skyscraperswhich skcpl skyscraperawhich
which the flames fmes reached ra d at all o was wa saved savedThe eved evedTe savedThe
The Te reason n for fort this according ardig to t some II of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the insurance Insurc men was a the absence abrO of iron ironshutters Irn Irnshulerj ironshutters
shutters shulerj but even evon these te It was wa admitted admittedwould aited aitedwould admittedwould
heat would probably prbbly have hv fallen faen off ol from the theheat te tebeat theheat
heatTltis beatThi Tltis Thi fire fr has h shown show said sd the t repre representative rpr rprsnttve reproaentative ¬
sentative snttve of the German Gern American Aerican Com Company Cornpuny ¬
puny pny hero her that tht the t skyscraper skycpr and ad fire fireproof f fireproof ¬
proof prof building buiding does do not stand slnd a batter bttr show showthan showtan showthan
than tan tho rest rst In I a conflagration conflagrationThe conton contonThe
The underwriters underrter at a meeting mctlg this tbs after afternoon afer afernoon afternoon ¬
noon decided dede to put 80000000 800 as the esti estimated et eatimatoti ¬
mated tto loss los for the present presentThe pnt pntTe presentThe
The Te Superintendent Supritendent of Buildings Buldigs made madetho mdo mdothe madethe
the following folowing statement sttet tonight regarding regardingtho rgarig rgarigthe
the money loss lossIt los lossIt
It will w1 tako takeSOO take50000000 50000000 he said sid to re replace r rplac replace ¬
place plac the buildings buldigs alone To this t must mustbo mustb mustbe
bo b added ade the loss 108 on stocks Btoks of goods go Prac Practically Po PotcUy Practically ¬
tically tcUy the te entire entr business buO section BoUon of this thiscity thisctyhas thiscity
city ctyhas has been bn wiped out and if i the thest6ks thest6ksthat stocks stocksthat stocksthat
wp
that were wer burned burne are ar not worth worh 50000000 50000000then 50000000then
then they were wer not worth worh a cent ct I un understand undertand understand ¬
derstand dertand the ftrq t underwriters ude rtel place plac the thelosa theloss theloss
loss at something somthn like lke 100 80000000 That Thatmay Thatmy Thatmay
may my be b all a right rt for f r insurance luranc purposes purposesbut pus pt1rp00ebut
but It wont cover cvr the total loss lOB by about
20000000 20000000HELP 200 200HELP 20000000HELP
HELP FROM FIOM LEGISLATURE LEGISLATUREBill LESLATURED
Bill D Famed Paltd at Annapolis Anpll MaketTen Makes TeD Days DaysFrom DaysFrom Ja JaFom
From Fom Feb 8 Holidays HolidaysANNAPOLIS Holda HoldaANAPLS HolidaysANNAPOLIS
ANNAPOLIS ANAPLS Feb 8 eTho The Senate Bnats met to tonight toIlight ¬
night Jgbt and a Senator Bntr Gill Gl of Baltimore Batmor intro introduced itr itrdu introduced ¬
duced du a bill bi authorizing autborzi the Governor Goeor to todeclare t todeclare
declare delar ten days day In February Febr 1804 lD be beginning beginning ¬
ginning gining on Feb 8 to be b legal lega holidays boUda1 so sofar 8 8fa sofar
far fa as a the presentation prentation for payment paymnt of ofcommercial ofcmmercia ofcommercial
commercial cmmercia paper pper ia I concerned cnere and ad to toempower t tempwer toempower
empower empwer the Governor Goveror to extend e the boil holidays hoUday boildays ¬
days day as a far fa as is necessary near in his h judgment judgmentThis1 jumt judgmentThld
This1 Th bill bi was wa passed pe after ater a suspension suspensionof supion supionof
of rules rl by both bth the Senate Senae and the House Houseof Houe Houeof
of Delegates De eg and ad was wa signed sige by Gov War Warfield Wa Wafeld Warfield
field feld immediately Ieoly The Te bill bU to appropriate appropriatemoney approprie appropriemoney appropriatemoney
money to relieve rles the people pple in Baltimore Baltimorewas Btlor
was WM deferred dfee until unti tomorrow tom w by mutual mutualconsent mutualAconsent
consent consentMr onnt onntMr consentMr
Mr Perkins Pekln of Baltimore Bltmore introduced Introuc a aresolution areluton aresolution
reluton resolution requesting requetng the Finance Finc Com Committee Commite Cornrnittee ¬
mittee mite of the Senate Bteto to report rpf a bill bi ap appropriating appropriating ¬
propriating prpmg such money oneYI aa will w be b sufficient sufficientto sumcet sumcett
to t relieve releo the situation siuto in Baltimore Btor The TheSenate Te TeSeto TheSenato
Senate Seto will w meet met again apn tomorrow tomorrowA t tomorr mrw mrwOfY w wA
A CITY OfY OF OJ DARKNESS DARKNESSLlfhtlnc DARNESS DARNESSI DARKNESSUghting I
Llfhtlnc Plantt Plnt Out of Buataets B1r and but butOne butOne butOne
One Street Stt Car C Line Le Is I Bunml BunmlBuOJB Runnln RunnlnDvriMOiuE Running RunningBAMTMOBE
BAMTMOBE Feb 8 ITe The city ct tonight tonightsavein tnght tnghteve tonightsave
BuOJB
savein eve save inone In one residential redt district dstot 1s I almost almostin aOBt aOBtI
in I total tt darkness drke8 Streets Stt near ne the t burned burneddistrict bued bueddstrot buneddistrict
from the crowd crowdwatching crowdwatching
district dstrot are ae impassable Impal t crwd crwdwlthlg
watching wlthlg the fire fre The Te flames fmM far fa to t the thowest tl tlwest thewest
west make a 1 brilliant br11t background bakgrond against againstwhich aslat aslatwhch againstwhiph
whch which the te burned bu skyscrapers skyrpr the te Post PostOffice PostOfe PostOfilco
Office Ofe the City Cty Hall H and ad the e Court Cur House Housestand Hous Houssd Housestand
stand but likegigantto tflhottetfes tflhottetfesCarriages 8Wotett allliosietteaCarriages
sd rt lle ggt
Carriages Carrige which ore a the at a premium ireum have haveto haveto
to pink pllt theirway teiway In I the te dark dk streets strt and andcollisions andcollisions d dlilonhvo
collisions lilonhvo bavobectifreqUaSlt have bee b frequent fut The To stitteta stittetaorefilled IUts IUtsafle tieetaazefilled
orefilled afle with wit Ice lcm Icemakiig making navigation nviton etlll etlllmore Im Immor stillmore
more mor dangerous dagerou In I the te hotels botel which whichdepend wh1 whichdepend
depend dend upon water watr power p lr for fr their tei ele elevator ele elevator elevat ¬
elevators ceased to run runabout runabout
vator vat service srce the te eler ce rn rnabout
about 4 this thll afternoon atoon and guests gcts are areobliged areoblged areobliged
obliged oblged to walk walkThe wal walkTho
The Te water service stlo is I so 0 badly baly crippled crippledtonight crippe crippledtonight
tonight tnlght that tat wateror watrfor waterfor bathing batin purposes purposesla pupea pupeaI
Guests at some of the principal principalhotels pnincipaihotels
la I a luxury luxur Gul o te prncpal prncpalhotl
hotels hotl were wer offering ofen as D high hih as a 60 I cents cnl for forbell forbel forbell
bell boys who would bring brll them tem a small smallpitcher amwlpite smallpitcher
bel pitcher pite boY of water The Te hotels hotol are ar crowded crowdedmany orwde orwdemay crowdedmany
many may ofthe ofts of the banks blnk and ad trust tt companies companieshaving cpes cpeshavng companieshaving
having havng opened one up temporary tmporar offices ofoes in inthem Intem inthem
them themCab themCab
tem temCb Cab Cb drivers drver are ar charging cargng h 3 to t go g two twoblocks twoblock twoblocks
blocks block Only one unimportant uprt line ln of ofstreet ofstr ofstreet
street str cars c carsis Is i running rig tho chief obf lines les having havingbeen hvg hvgbn havingbeen
business after afternoon aftrnoon ¬
been out of yesterday
put bue yetray at at100n
bn 100n noon Efforts More are ar being big made me to get gt power powerfrom pwer pwerrm powerfrom
from rm other otberctes cities but aa a the th wlresare wrar down downit
it will w1 be bmiy many days d1 day before bor tho service serlO con conbo c cb osnbe
bo b resumed resumedTho resumd resumd1esaloona resumedThe
The 1esaloona saloons were wer closed cl02e by the military militaryauthorities mltar mltaruihorite militaryauthorities
authorities uihorite and police plc at 1 oclock ococ this thl after afternoon ae aenOQI afternoon ¬
noon nOQI They ThEy have 1 vob been shut tight tght as a a drum drumever dr drever drumever
ever since sine Even the hotel barrooms barroomscome barroomscome
come under the order rer and drinks can ca only onlybe onlyb onlybe
be obtained obtaine In the dining rooms roomsHotel rom romHotel roomsHotel
b Hotel guests guets are ar dining dinng by b candle cads light lightbut Ight Lightibut
but there ther Is is Jilluniinatlon umlnton enough for them themto themto themto
to bu see eel that tha the prices pric0 of normal normltm times have havebeen hlve hlveben havebeen
been ben scratched scratche out ot and ad replaced rpl by figures figuresanywhere figuresanywhete
anywhere anyhete from frm 50 to 100 10 per pr cent cnt in I ad advance a avance adVance ¬
vance Fried chicken Maryland style stylehas styleha stylehas
has ha gone up up rc from 50 Socenta cents cenU to 0 a I dollar dollarCITY dolar dolarCITY dollarCITY
CITY UNDER MILITARY MILIT R RULE RULEPataes RULEPSt RULEPilots
Pilots PSt Itequlrcd Requred to Enter the Uo Fire Fe Swept SweptPart SweptPrt aweptPart
Part Prt of Baltimore BaltimoreBALTIMOBE DU flulUnioreBtLviMong or4 or4nLTl0BS
BALTIMOBE Feb 8 ieMlar 8The The Military rule rulewhich rle rlewhich rulewhich
which was WI enforced this thl morning morng caused causedno
no o end of inconvenience Iconyelne to t Baltimores Baltimorescitizensincluding Btmore8 Btmore8citlon Baltimorescitizens
who losers losersby losersby
citizensincluding citlon citizens including those are
by the he fire f As A soon son as 8 a the troops troopstook troopstook
took possession of the to city passes paes were werorequired wererequire wererequired
required require to t get into Int the te streets Itret hi I tho burned burnedarea buod buodaea burnedarea
area aea It I waa wc also ao necessary neery to have hve a apass ap apass
to get Into the City Hall HallThe Hallfhe
pass Int Hl HlTho
p The passed plO ge were wert issued IYue by AdjtGen AdjtGenKiggs AdjtGenRlggl AdjtGenRiggs
Kiggs Rlggl the Provost ProvOt Marshal 11h whose whoe office officehas ofce ofceh officehas
has been bn besieged besiege all al day by a mob who whothreatened whothretene whothreatened
h threatened thretene at times tmo to t break brk down the thedoors thedool thedoors
doors dool in their impatience impatienceThe ImpUenee ImpUeneee
The e rule was wa made me that tht a pass p would wold be beissued beissued
issued Isauc to but one representative rprentaive of each eachfirm eh ehirm eachfirm
firm irm within withi the fire fre district ditric for the present presentApplicants presentApplcts presentApplicants
had to a rigid examination examinationan
Applicants Applcts h pass p rgi examiton examitonI
an I to their thei business b1 and 1e the passes ple wore wereobtained woreobtaine woreobtained
obtained obtaine slowly Without one a person personis pron proni
is i apt to be stopped stppe and ad headed iede the other otherway otler otlerway otherway
way J jy > y a alldler soldier on some street strt corner cornerOwing comerOwing cornerOwing
Owing to the care cre taken in I the issuance issuanceof
of posses pMse Ho tho burned bured district ditrict was wa left clear clearThe cer cerThe clearThe
The disorderly diorerly element was wa not much muchIn muchIn muchIn
In evidence evldfnco and as a the lines lne were wer drawn drawnfor drawnfor drawnfor
for a block blok and ad sometimes someties two blocks blocksfrom blocinfrom
from tho ruins ruln they didnt have the sight sightof sightof sightof
of of anything aything to excite their teir cupidity cupidityThe cupidiy cupidiyThe cupidityThe
sent from Philadelphia Philadelphiawere
The 150 policemen polcemen entfrm Phiadelphia Phiadelphiawer
were wer relieved rllvEd this thi morning by 10 150 fresh freshQuaker freshQuakor freshQuaker
Quaker City blueooats blueooal In addition additon de detectives detectlvJs oletectivs ¬
tectives from Now York and other nearby nearbyplaces nearbYplaces nearbyplaces
places were wer on hand looking lokg over the thotrain thetralnarrlvo thetrain
train tralnarrlvo arrivals today tday People poured pur Into Intothe Intothe intothe
the city all al day but few arrests art were wer made madeSayi madeSays
Says He Je g Saw w Glare Gare In Newark NewarktA 4ewark 4ewarkA
A number numbr of residents rtldenl of Newark believe believethey beleve belevethey believetiley
they saw the reflection refecton of the Baltimore Baltimorefire Bltloro Bltlorofre
fire fre In tho sky < on Sunday Sundy night Pro ProfGeorge1 Pof PofGeorge ProOeorgd
George C Soon Sn who has ha charge chage of the theweather theweather theweather
weather bureau bueu maintained matne at the Newark NewarkHigh Newak NewakHgh Newark111gb
High Hgh School Scholsldyterday said yesterday that the ob observer oberver ohinrver ¬
server erver on duty on onBur Sunday Y night nght noticed noticeda notced notceda
a glaro along the horizon hoizon to the south southward suth suthwad southward ¬
ward wad The light lght remained stationary Bttony and andwas andwas andwas
was unlike unie anything aytig he had ha before bfore noted notedHe not notedIts
He left a I note for Prof 1 rot Bonn Bn telling teJD of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Bla glarej The Th observer obrver did not nt know of ofthe oftho ofthe
the Baltimore B1 Jialtlnlorefire orle fire at the t e time tie timek
k t
NEW NW N YORKSAFBR YORK SAFER FROM FOIFln FOIFlntIEW FIRE FIREVIEWQ FIRE0izj
VIEWQ tIEW izj OF F CHIEF BIEJ CROKER CROKR ONCE ONCEMORE ONCEMORE ONCEMORE
MORE IN COMMAND COMMANDAnother COllMANDhotlerDttlOD COMMANDAnother
Another hotlerDttlOD Battalion Chief Cle and Commit CommitMontrs Com ColUlnhlUlonre
Montrs Sent to Baltimore BaltimoreThis flaitlmoreThis
lon rl Secretary Secctarsent Seerctar Balmore BalmoreTtCt
This TtCt City Well Wel EqulppcUNearness EqulppcUNearnessof EulppeNelrne1 EulppeNelrne1of
of Rivers Bven Would Woud Help Dep Business BOnels Fart FartFire Prt PrtI PrtFire PartFire I
Fire Commissioner Commllonor Eayes did not get to tosleep tooleop 1 1sl
sleep sl op at all al on Sunday Sun Y night Acting Actng Chief ChiefKruger ChiefKruger I
Kruger Kger went wnt to bed at 2 oclock oclok yesterday yesterdayafternoon ystrdy ystrdyateroon yesterdayafternoon
afternoon ateroon completely cmpletely exhausted exhuted mentally mentallyand lentIY mentallyand
and physically phyl y Today Toyat at 10 1 oclock oclockEdward ococl oclockEdward I
Edward Eward F Croker Coker will wl resume rsume command commando commnd commndof
ol o the department depment by order of the Appel Appellate Appl Appllat Appellate ¬
late lat Division Diviion of the te Supreme Suprme Court Curt He Hewas Hewa Bewas
was wa at Fire Fir Headquarters Headqurr yesterday yBterdy after afternoon aftr aftrnon afternoon ¬
noon non consulting conutig with wih Commissioner Cliiloner Cofnmi sioner Hayes HayesBoth lyes lyesBth HayesBoth
Both Bth men were wer very ver anxious anxlou to learn how howthe howte hwthe
the te men nn who went to t Baltimore Blmor had hd fared faredI fard fardlam
I lam am glad gld that tt we were wr able to send sendthem snd sndtem sendthem
them tem said Mr Hayes Ha e and nd I only hope hopethat hop hopethat
that tt they will wi all al como om back bok all al whole wholeIt whol
It would woud be b an awful thing thIg to t send Snd men mendown mendow mendown
down dow there tor to t lose lo their ti lives lves We sent sentBattalion snt sntBttion sentBattalion
Battalion Bttion Chief Chef Shea down dow to t care car for the thehorses thehors thehorses
horses hors this ti afternoon aftron and on the 5 I oclock oclocktrain oclocktri oclocktrain
train tri I sent snt my private privat secretary scrtry Mr Vol Volgenaux Volgenu Volgenaux
genaux genu and another anotr man m to t get in touch touchwith tuch tuchwit touchwith
with wit our ou men and let us u know dircty dirctyhow directly directlyhow directlyhow
how they thy are ar getting gettng on onWe onWe onWe
We want to have some sor one down there therewho therewho therewho
who con ca keep kep in close clos touch with them themThis thel thelTh themThin
This Th afternoon atel On for Instancea Intnc Instance a rumor ror got gotstarted gotstarted I IBt
started Bt that tht one on of our ou men had b lost his hislife hisUfe hislife
life It I was wa actually atualy a man from York YorkPa yorkPa YorkPa
Pa who b was WI killed kle With a man of our ourown o ourown r rown
own on o onthe the ground we will wi not be b put out outby outby outby
by false fae faIs rumors rmors like lke that thatA tt ttA thatA
A reporter rpr asked ake the Commissioner If Ifhe Ifhe ifhe
he thought it possible poelbe that a fire f could over overbe everb overbe
be b aa 8 disastrous ditrou to this city as a the present presentconflagration prent prentcngaton presentconflagration
conflagration cngaton is i to t Baltimore BaltimoreNo Balior
No said sd Comihissloner ComJilsloner Hayeshumanly Hayeshumanlyspeaking Hayes huanly huanlyspakiDi1 humanly humanlyspeaking
speaking spakiDi1 I do not think th such sch a thing is ispossible II Ispossible
possible Pible What Wht do you think Chief Chiefhe Chief Chiefhe
he asked ake turning tung to Croker CrokerI
I think ti you are ar right said sd Croker Crokerthough Coker Cokerthough Crokerthough
though of course cu nothing notpg Is I Impossible ImpossibleWe ipible ipibleWe
We have hve the thebst best of them the in I a creat reat many manyways manywaya manyways
ways I have hv no information Inormaton on which whichto whicht
to t go about abut this ths fire 1 so 8 I would woud rather n nOt nOtt nottalk ° t ttalk
talk t about abut It but I Ido do know in a general generalway generalway
way that we arc a very much better equipped
than t they thr are ae We have plenty p bttr nty of equippd water waterplenty watr watrplenty waterplenty
plenty of 0 hydrants and wo have fire fre com componies compaies cornpanies
ponies paies very yts thickly scattered satterd in the dan dangerous dangerou dangerous ¬
gerous gerou districts districtsAll distrcts distrctsthose ditijctAll
All those things tg count cut a whole lot be because b because ¬
cause cu the to only way to fight lght a big fire fre like le
that tht la I Itto to put on it out while whlo it is i still sUI a com comparatively compratvely coniparaUvel ¬
paratively pratvely small Bml fire tr We are a great grot deal dol dealbetter
better bter off ol than thn Baltimore Bltmor in facilities facites for forgetting forgotng forgetting
getting gotng at a I fire lre quick quck and ad hard hr
As for Manhattan Mhtt the shape shpe of the city
te ciy
is i in itself Itl a great glt protection prteton We have haveseven hve hveseen haveseven
seven fire fre boats bOi that tht can ca pump an un ¬
limited lmie quantity quantt of salt slt water right ht out outfrom outfrom outfrom
from the teEltUver East lUver or tho North r lliver in
the heart hor of our financial fnacal centres centr Hver We e can canpump canpump canpump
pump pump water 3000 30 feet fet with wih a fIre fre boat bot
Then ben again we con ca gather at a given give point
2 26 238 < engines in two hours hour Wo have hve this thiaadvantage thisadvatge thisadvantage
advantage advatge too that tat our long blocks of
fireproof frproof buildings buidngs are a pretty solid solidobstacle sold soldobBtce aelidobstacle
prett
obstacle obBtce for a fire fre to cnt ct through Of Ofcourse Ofcoure Ofcourse
course coure there ther isnt Ist any ay such thing as a a 1 fire fireproof fre freprof fireproof ¬
proof prof building buldlg But they are mighty use usefial ¬
ful m in slowing slowig up a fire firoIm fr fireIni
Im I not saying sying that wo many mlY not burn burnout hur burnout
out a block or two But I do feel sure sur that thatwith thatwit thatwith
with wit the tremendous tremendoul lot of apparatus apparatuswe
lJpuratls lJpuratlswe
we can c command comd command on short notice wo can
hold almost anything snythng that tht Is notce likely Ikel to como comoour cmo cmoour comoour cn
our way But after afer all al the tn only safe fo way WIY to toget
hndle handle a big fre fire 18 never lo zIvo It a chance chancoto
to get big blf Kill Ki It while whie its It Eive young
That said sid CommlBnloner CmmlSloner Hayes ac accounts accounts socounts ¬
counts for tho number of third alarm calls callsIts cl1
Its Is a great gret deal better beter to call cal out eight elnlitcompanies eightcompanlo eightcomjianim
companies companlo and send all al but two of them
back bck thori thar to call cal two and find fnd that you youneed youneed ou oune
need ne eight eightChief ellht
Chief Rrger Krugor was wa quoted juote yesterday Ytterday after afterIriflanireublo aCternoon afternoon
noon a as Byiug saying that ther there were a lot of ofrookere ofrookeries
rookere rookeries and Iriflanireublo Illannablo tenements end unclwarehouses um endwarehouses
I warehouses along alongWest West sticet below Cort
landt street stret which IiicIt could cOll get glt up p a I mighty
hot fire fro in very vef short time ttf and fnd that with llh a astiff a astiff
stiff sUf wind blowing blowln it might bj b possible for forsuch forSUol forsuch
such SUol a fire fro to t come core pretty prftty near to wiping wipingout wipingout wipingout
out the fine fne buildings buidings of the financial tnlnclal d distrIct 1st rlct
After a talk with Croker Coker Commissioner CommissionerHayes
Hayes announced that Kruger lrl er who has h1S II
been ben Acting Chief Cie ever since l Iurroy > moy royretre retired retiredwould retiredwould
would be allowed alowed to select his tmown hisown own assign assignment nAlgnment assignmerit ¬
ment aa Deputy DelJty Chief when Croker tai take takecommand < es escommand
command commnd today It I was as announced anoun ed talF11 last lastnight lastnight lastnight
night that Kruger Krgr would take charge chrge of the thoFirst theFirt theFirst
First Firt district distrct which includes practically practicallyeverything prctcay prctcayeverything practicallyeverything
everything south suth of Fourteenth street
Both Bth the Commissioner Commiioner and ad Chief Croker Crokerfeel Crokerfel Crokerfeel
feel fel that tlat Kruger Krger has ha earned elfd the highest highestconsideration highestolsldoraton highestconsideration
consideration olsldoraton of the department by his hiswork hiework hiswork
work workThe workThe
The Te reinstatement rinsttement of Croker followed followedtho folowed folowedtho followedthe I
tho serving serig on Fire Commissioner Hayes Ifnyeayesterday Ityes Hayesyesterday I
yesterday yestrdy afternoon nfteroon of a Supreme Court Courtorder Co Courtorder rt rtorde
order orde carrying out the conclusions concusions of the thedown thecurt thecourt
curt court crg as rndered rendered In ia Its opinion hande handed handeddown
down last week weekCorporation wek wekCrorton weekCorporation
Corporation Crorton Counsel Cousel Delany advised adv1e the theCommissioner theCmmoncr tImeCommissioner
Cmmoncr Commissioner that tt there ter were no grounds groundsfor
for carrying cai + ylng the case eao up any farther fartherChief farter farterCef fartherChief
Chief Cef crg Croker Crker and exChief exChof Purroy mot motyesterday motyetery metyesterday
yesterday yetery in the Hoffman Hotma House HOlse They
did dd not shako shko hands hda They Tey did not oven evenstop ovensto ovenstop
stop sto Purroy Purry waved wave his hand hlnd at Croker Crokerand Crokorand Crokerand
and Croker Crker grinned grnned cheerfully cheerfuly and re returned r roturned ¬
turned the salute Croker said
tured te slute sid yesterday yesterdaythat yesterdaythat yesterdaythat
that he understood uidertood that tht there would wotld be no nodifficulty nodlfcuty nodifficulty
difficulty dlfcuty about his hl getting getn g the years yearssalary yearsr yearssalary
salary r of which he has h been le deprived deprive It I lu lua i Ina
a question qu ton at Fire Headquarters Hedquarters just what whatought whatought hlt hltoUlht
ought oUlht to be done about Purroys Purys pension pensionHe
He retired retred with the te rank rnk of Chief Cief nt lt a I salary salaryof Ml11r
of 10 0000 a year yor His Hs pension is I half hal that thatBut thntBut thatBut
But If ho was not legally legaly Chief some of the thopeople thepeople thepeople
people around arund Headquarters Hedquarers thought tought that thathlB thathis
his pension ought oUlht to t be reduced to t that tht of ofa ofa ofa
ruc
a Deputy Chief ChiefUSE ChlofUSR ChiefUS1
USE OF DYNAMITE 1N4lITE STOPPED STOPPEDEngineers S1OPPIJDElneef STOPPEDEngineers
Engineers Elneef Hurried Ilrrlcd From Washington lhlnronNo lhlnronNoU aslilngtonNo aslilngtonNoUse No NoUse
Use U e Made of Them ThemBALTIMOBB Tem TemBALTUOBU ThemBAtumionn
BALTIMOBB BALTUOBU Feb 8 SPlns 8Plans Plans which had hadbeen hadben hadbeen
been ben made mae for dynamiting dyaming buildings buidings on onon ona onan
on a extensive extnBlve scale sae in order to t stop stp the prog progress progres progress ¬
ress res of the fire fre wore not notcalTied carried out to tonight t tonight ¬
night nlg1 when it was wa believed belec that the fire firewas fre freWI firewas
was WI under control controlEarlier control controlEarlier
Earlier In the day the Governor Goveror after aftera
Erler atcr atcra
a conference conferene with wth the Mayor and some someof sme smeof someof
of tho judges judge of the city oitycourts courts court telegraphed telegraphedto
to Washington Wahingtn asking aking the War Department Departmentto
to t send men trained trane to t handle explosives explosivesat
at once for the purpose puse of blowing up build buildings buid buidIngs buildings ¬
ings to check chek the flames flamesIn fames famesIn flamesIn
In answer soventynino B lntynlno engineers engineerswith engineer3with engineerswith
with explosives explofve arrived arved from frm Washing Washington Washingtn ¬
ton tn at 0 oclock oclok this afternoon aCcrnoon All Al passes passeswero passeswore
wero then cancelled oaceled by tho military mlta au authorities authortes anthoritles ¬
thortes thorities No effort efort will wl bo made to use the theexplosives theexploslvef theexplosives
exploslvef explosives unless unlos the fire fre again should shouldprove shouldprov shouldprow
prove prov threatening threateningA thretening threteningA
A carload calo of gun cotton OUI was wa shipped late lateloot laloll latelast
loot ll night from frm the Meadow Meaow shops in In Jersey
City to Baltimore Baltmore via va the Pennsylvania PennsylvaniaKallroad lenn IennsylvanlnRailroad ylvanll
Railroad Riroa The railroad rairoad authorities nuthorlto thought thoughtthat thoughtthat thoughtthat
that the cotton cottn was wa to bo used to blow up
buildings buildingsNEWJERSEY buidings buidingsNEW buildingoNEIJERSIW usc
NEWJERSEY NEW ERSEY DROKEHS BROI lISAI1l ARRESTED ARRESTEDTurner AIIRESTETurner S1El S1ElTner
Turner Tner and ADI Williams II Iiiianis I Indicted Indetlt on Coin Coinplaint Complaint Coinplaint
plaint of Bank Examiner lxA lner Vrcilcnnure VrcilcnnureFred rcdenbur rcdenburFr rcdcnburgI
I Fred Fr E Turner Trer a I broker was WIU ar arrested arrete arrooted ¬
rested rete at his home 80 Halstead Haltead street stret East EastOrange EastOrnge EastOrange
Orange Ornge N J last lt night and taken tken to Police PoliceHeadquarters Polio PolioHeaquarte PoliceHeadquarters
Headquarters Heaquarte Newark Newak as I it wan WI too late latofor latefor latefor
for him hi to furnish furih bail bal Samuel Smuel A William Wllal s sof sof aof
of of 79 Lincoln Lnoln Park Park also ao a broker who was wasarrested Wi wasarrested
arrested aTt early erly In II the evening evenllgt furnished furihed
110 1000 ball bai and war W released releaed The I he two men menhave menhve menhave
have hve been bn indicted Idiote for high misdemeanor misdemeanorTurner ml8emeaor ml8emeaorTurer misdemeanorTurner
Turner Turer was formerly for1ery secretary frtry and Wil Williams Wi Villlama ¬
llama lam was wa treasurer treaurer of tho Newark Neark Loon Lonnand 1ln 1lnand Loonand
and Trust Trst Company Cmpany Bank Bar Examiner ExaminerVredenburg K ExaminerVredenburg lmlnor lmlnorVrdenburg
Vredenburg Vrdenburg made the complaint omplint on 01 which wldclithe wl whichtime ch
the indictments Indctments were found founi He charged chargedthe charped charpedtbe chargedthe
the accused au with wth having made a false falA state statement statcment statemnent ¬
ment to the Department of Banking Ianklng and andInsurance al11 al11Insuran aniInsuranco
Insurance Insuran e The To nature of the statement statementwaanot statementW1Ot statementwasnot
waanot W1Ot obtalnablo last l night nightf
f
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wine wineIts
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Its jfust about as satisfac satisfactory satisfactory ¬
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made m cocktail cocktailGOLD cocl taiL taiLGOLD
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GOLD GOL LION LON Cocktails Cocktailsready Cockls Cocklsready cocktailsready
ready to ice ie never never vary varyGOLD var varyGOLD
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kinds IdndUlnbataDl Manhattan Vermouth VermouthDry Verouth VerouthWIIteManla VerinouthWhiskey
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Of good wine merchants merchantsThe merchant
The Cook ft Bernhelmer Co C CCORBIN CoCORBIN > I IGORBIN
CORBIN GOES TO BALTIMORE BALTIMOREA
A TIIOVSAD TIIOUSJND REGULARS REOULARSTO TO BE BEUfiDER BEUNDER BEUNDER
UNDER HIS IlS COMMAND COMMANDThe CQlIAND CQlIANDe
The e Commander Commnder of the Department Deptmlnt of the tneEast Ue UeFlt theEast
East Leaves Leavs New New York With Wih Staff StaffTroops st StaffIroopa
Troops TOOPI Co From om Fort Slocum and andOther andoher andOther
Other oher Posts PoaSnt PostsSent Sent at Germans Germanlatqoest GermanlatqoestWASUNOTON Request RequestWASHINGTON IlequeltWASuINOT0N
WASHINGTON WASUNOTON Feb 8 MajorGen 8MaorGen Cor Corbln Corbin Corbin
bin commanding comanding the Atlantic AtlltoDlvilon AtlantioDivision Division was wasordered wa wasordered
ordered orderd this tl afternoon afernoon to proceed pre without withoutdelay withoutdelay withoutdelay
delay to Baltimore Bltmore and with wit a force fore of
1000 10 Regular Rejular army troops to assist aslt in lfl the thepreservation te tepreraton thepreservation
preservation of order orderThe orderThe
preraton orer orerTe
The Te troops troop ordered orfre to Baltimore BalUmor are areone ar areone
one battalion batalon Fifth Fifh Infantry from frm Platte Plattsburg Platt Platteburg
burg Barracks Barack ono on battalion btalon Tenth In Infantry Infantry Infantry ¬
fantry Fort Slocum Sioumj one battalion battion Ninth NinthInfantry NinthInantr NinthInfantry
Infantry Inantr Madison Maion Barracks Brrck one company companyof compan
of Coast Co t Artiuery Artuer from Fort Jor Howard HowardMd Howlr HowardMd
Md and one on company of Coast Coat Artillery Artilleryfrom Artler Artilleryfrom
from Fort FortDu Du Pont Del DelThe DelThe DelThe
The action acton of Secretary Sertar Taft Tat in ordering orderingtho orering oreringto
the to sOidiors sodl1 was wn taken tken on the to assurance aurace of ofSenator ofSenator ofSenator
Senator Gorman that tat the te Maryland Marlld Legis Legislature Lgl Legislattire ¬
lature latur would meet at ones and authorize authorizeGov autorie autorieGov authorizeOov
Gov Warflold Warfeld to t call cal upon President Prsident Roose Roosevelt Roe Roevet Roceevolt ¬
vet for Federal Feera aid Gen Gn Corbin has ha been beenauthorized ben benautorize beenauthorized
authorized autorize to order additional aditonal soldiers lodler to toBaltimore toBltmor toBaltimore
Baltimore Bltmor should shoud they be b needed neededBALTIMOBK neee neededBiirxaioaz
BALTIMORE Feb SMayor McLane McLaneheard McLn McLnhear McLerheard
heard hear shortly shorly before befor midnight mdnight that Gen GenCorbin GenCorbin lenCorbin
Corbin and 1000 10 men were coming cing here to totake totake totake
take command The news nes displeased dlplee the thecity thecty thecity
city cty officials ofcias Mayor Myor McLane McLne said sale that thatearlier tlt tltearler thatearlier
earlier earler in the day ho had ha heard hea from rom Secre Secretary Scr Secretary ¬
tary tar Taft fat and ad that the latter later said Gen GenCorbin GenCorbin GenCorbin
Corbin would be ordered orer here if I it were werodeemed wer weredeemed
deemed necessary necessaryThe necary necaryThe necessaryThe
The Mayor replied reple that while whie the city citywas citywa citywas
was wa gratified gratfe for the offer oler he did di not think thinkIt thin
It would ould need ne Gen Corbins services sericea as the thecity thecit thecity
city cit could preserve pr ene order orderThe orer orerTe orderThe
The Te city cty officials ofcal could not understand understandthe undertand undertandthe
the news that Gen Corbin had ha been started startedMayor slrte startedMayor
Mayor McLane MeLne received rehed a message mCsle late latetonight lae laetonight latetonight
tonight from frm District Ditrct CommlsBioner Cmmlfloner Mc McFarlnnd McFarland McFariand
Farlnnd of Washington asking aking if I any more morehely mor moreIieiy
hely was wa needed neee immediately Immeiately The Mayor Mayorreplied Mayorrepled Mayorreplied
replied repled that tha no more mor help was wa needed neededtonight nee neededtonight
tonight tonightMajorGen tonightMnjorGen tonightMajorGen
MajorGen Corbin Cobin commander commder of ot the theDepartment theD theDepartment
Department D prtment of the East left Governors GovernorsIsland Oqverof OqvcrnornIsland
Island for Daltimoro Datmoro at 750 oclock 0 clock last lastnight lt ltnight laatnight
night to take tlkecommand command of United States Statestroops Stte Slatestroops
troops there With him went Cal Col Knight Knightchief Inightohitl Knightchief
chief ohitl of ot staff str Major Starr Sta AdjutantGen AdjutantGeneral ¬ I Ierl Ioral
oral erl Capt Mona M08 aidedecamp aldedemp and dipt diptHorton QptHorlon QoptHorton
Horton Assistant Asistnt Quartermaster QuartermasterA Qunrntter QunrntterA
A A battalion batnlon of the Sixteenth Sixtntl Infantry Infantrynt Iurantr
at FortSlocum Fort Slocum consisting coneltng of four com companies cm cmpanie cornponies ¬
ponies panie under command CJtn of LleutCol LleutColAllen Ilett LleutColAllen C
Allen Alen received receive orders orde to move last lt night nightThey night1boy nightThey
They expected expec < Ho to get away before bfor morning mcrningA mlrlg mlrlgA
A part of tho Coast COlst Artillery rier at atForUml Fort Hamil Hamilton Hamilli Hamilliton ¬
ton was WI notified notied to toprepao prepare to proceed proce t to toBaltimore toBaltimore
Baltimore laUlnore Tho Ninth NIUJaud and Fifth Fft regi regiments regiments rogimonte ¬
ments of Infantry Infantr from frm Madison Malon and andPlattsburg andPlttburg andPlattaburg
Plattsburg Plttburg barracks barrck are due to t arrive in inBaltimore I inBaltimore
Baltimore Dlllmore early this morning torJlng
10000 1000 DAMAGE DiUtET TO MRS 1RS MA MARRIOTT MARRIOTTShe UUrI077 UUrI077She RRIOTT RRIOTTShe
She Surd Cora E ESIflIUI SnilUi for Alienating AlienatingHrr AltDatns AltDatnsler
Hrr ler Husbands 1mblnds Affections AnccUonsROCHEHTEU AfecDnl AfecDnlROIE8TEU AffectionsItocilEisran
ROCHEHTEU ROIE8TEU Feb 8 BA A Supreme Suprme Court Courtjilry Curt CurtjUy Courtjtiry
jilry jUy today todlY awarded awaded 10000 100 damages daagato daagatothu to totho totho
tho plaintiff pllntl in tho alienation alenaton of affections affectionsaction aectols aectolsacton affectionsaction
action acton brought by Anna Elizabeth Ezabeth Marriott Marriottagainst Marriottugnlt Marriottagainst
ugnlt against Cora Cra Ellen Elen Smith Sith Mrs Marriott Marriottis MurriottIs
is the wife of the ROY ILv Mosber T Marriott Marriottuntil Marriottuntil
until unt two years yea ago pastor pator of the Freo FreoMethodist Freolethoist FreeMethodist
Methodist lethoist Church Chuch hi I Viebeter ViebeterThey Webste VebsterThey
They have been bC married thirty years yearsand yef yearnand I IInd
and Ind their ther wedded wede life lfe was S apparently apparenty happy happyuntil happyunt happyuiitil
until four when Cora Smith Smithcamo Smithcame
unt years year ago whl Cor Smih Smihcamo
camo upon the scene cne Although Alhough the rev reverend rv rverend reverend ¬
erend gentleman rentetnn was wa nearly nerly 60 years yer of ofago ofago ofage
ago he fell fel a 1 victim vici to the charms charl of Miss MissSmith Mis MisSmih MissSmith
age Smith Smih who was a little lte over 30 years ycnr of ofage ofage ofage
ageThe The evidence showed showe that tht Mrs Mr Marriott Marriotthad llrriott llrriottlut MarriottkId
had lut caught her husband hUband and ad Miss Smith Smithiu
iu compromising comprming positions posion and had ha reasoned reasonedwith raone reasonedwith
with wih her husband h band but to to no avail aval and that thatMies thatMI thatMiss
Miss MI a Smith Smth had ha taken taen up her residence residencewith Tldenc residencewith
with wih the Marriotts Mariot but was ordered order out outof outof outof I i
of tho house hoU by Mrs It Marriott MarriottTho Mariott MariottTbe MarriottThe
The conduct conduc of the pair pir soon became becamepublic beame beamepublo becamepublic
public publo gossip and shocked shocke the good goo people peopleof pple ppleof peopleof
of Webster for Marriott was WI expelled expelo from frorrhis frm frmhi fromhis
his hi pulpit two years yor ago and soon after afterward ater aterward afterward ¬
ward from the ministry mlrstry Mr Marriott Marriottoffered Marot Marotofer Marriottoffered
offered ofer no defence defenc to the action acton aud was wasnot wasnot a
not in court today todayMrs tody todyMrs todayMrs
Mrs Marriott MIrlottw8s was put on the witness witnessstand witness8tnd witnessstand
stand 8tnd and told of her herhusbnnds husbands duplicity duplclty
Tho jury then loft the courtroom return returning returning returning ¬
ing in nine minutes with wih a verdict for the thefull thoful thefull
full ful amount asked askedROAOKE alke alkeROAiOIE askedR04NOKE
ROAOKE ROAiOIE SURVIVORS DINE DIEEntertain DINEEntertin DINEEntertain
Entertain Entertin John 8 Wise le the te First Southerner SouthernerCalled Southerer SouthererCaltd SouthernerCalled
Called Caltd to Their Meetings MeetingsTho Meetn Meetn1he MeetingsThe
The 1he Society Soiety of tho te Roonoko Uoaoko Associates Associateswhich AscltC Associateswhich
which wbch includes l udt every ever survivor Iurvlvor of oUhe the Burn Burnside Bur Burnside
side sde Expedition Epelon held their teir annual Inual dinner dinnerlast der derlst dinnerlast
last lst night at the th Arena in West Wet Thirtyfirst Thirtyfirststreet Thlryft Thlryftstret Thirtyfirstmtrect
street stret to celebrate celebrlo the anniversary IDnlvcrry of tho thoBattle thoBto timBattle
Battle Bto of Hoanoko 10nole Last t nights was wn the thefortyeocond te teforyeond thefortysecond
fortyeocond foryeond anniversary aiverr John Joh S Wise Wisewaa Wie Wiewa Wisewas
was wa the te guest guct of honor and the first frt South Southerner Suth Suthernor Southernor ¬
ernor dinner dinnerSpeeches dinnerSpeces dinnerSpeeches the to association lton has h entertained entertie at its itsdinner it itsdinner
Speeches Speces wore wer also als made mde by Col Ct Henry He HeC
C Dwight Dwght exPolIco exPolc Commissioner Cml < loner John JohnN
N Partridge Parridg and the Rev Rv Clark Clrk Wright WrightBefore WrightDfor WrightBefore
Before Dfor the dinner these tes officers ofcr were wereelected wer wereelected
elected elet President Prsldtnt Gen F J Dodge Dodgev
v oepresident H 1 P Gates secretary secretaryWEDS I
cprsldent sortar
Major Luis Louis L Bobbins BobbinsrEDS I
WEDS A 4 FILIPINO JMPI1O GIRL GIRLMajor GR GRflJor GIRLMajor
Major flJor Belts Betl Governor of Allmy Alba Married Marriedto larre i
to Senorita Snoria Tomana TomanaTOLEDO Tomanl TomanaToLEDO i
TOLEDO Feb 8 8Wor 8Word Word was W received receivedfrom reeive receivedfrom i ifrom
from Manila Manil today of tie the marriage of ofMajor ofMajor ofMajor
Major Arlington Arlngon D Betts former forer resident residentof reldent i iof
of Toledo Toleo who is Governor of the province provinceof i iof
of Albay It seems fer that ho was married marriedto mrrie
to Seflorita Seforla Angeles Tomana omana a Filipino Filipinothe Fipino Fipinothe
the daughter of wealthy wealhy parents Sim Simwas Showas Sizowas
was educated eucate at at Paris and Madrid ldrld and andis andII andis
is II a niece niee of the youn Filipino flplno who has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been acting as a Gov Go by Betts Bett p private secretary seretar
Major Potts Dols was a Captain Cptnln of Volunteers Volunteersduring Voluntcer Volunteersduring
during durin the insurrection Insurectlonl and was tho first firstLieutenantCommander firt firtGoveror firstGovernor
Goveror Governor ofAlbay of Albay 1 lie 0 was fomlery formerly a aLieutenntCommander aLieutenantCommander
LieutenantCommander LieutenntCommander of the Ohio naval navalreserves navalrenc navalieaorsea
reserves reservesThree renc rencThree ieaorseaThree
Three Weeks eks of Uelow Zero Ztro Weather eathtr and andUllzrard andUUzrd andflhhzrard
Ullzrard In Michigan MichiganHOUQIITON lUehlln lUehllnOUGiTON MichiganllouowroN
HOUQIITON OUGiTON Mich Feb eb 8 B1etempra B1etempratur 8The Tho tempera temperature temperatune ¬
tune tur was Wi 27 below zero this morning morlnjthe morlnjthecoldtt the thecoldest thecoldest
coldest of the season seaon in Hough Uou Houghton htn ton but in inhigher inhigher I
higher district ditrict back bak from the lake shore shor a atemperature 1 atemperature
temperature temperatr of o 30 3 and 40 below blow zero hove hoveboon haubeon haveboon
boon common The cold snap interspersed interspersedby Interpere
by semiweekly Remlwocky blizzards bUzzar has ha lasted latd three threeweeks thle thlewcck threeweeks
weeks breaking brPlklnp all al records Icor of the PMt poatseven PMtReven poutseven
seven years tUI1 There Ther have been bfn two deaths deathsand deathsad deathsand
and ad much suffering luer among aong the poor despite despiteactive dcplt despiteactive
active ntvo official ofcialad and private prvate I It charity chariy pr I
t
TRI5TOJuT Tso1LL Tso1LLMRS OOIDRB OOIDRBMRSMBINS
MRS MRSMBINS MARTINS FRENCH BUTLER BUTLERFIRES BUfLER BUfLERFIRES IJUTLERFIRES
FIRES TWO SHOTS SHtTSATfHEU SHtTSATfHEUTnleY AT THEM THEMTragedy THEMTragedy
TnleY Tragedy NarrowlyAverted Narowlr Aert d at itbe the Martin MartinHome Marln Mintsfloms
1101 Home floms In Oreenwlclii GrnwloCOeBt GrnwloCOeBtler Greenw1cCOIinhl1e ConnThe But Butler Hutier ¬
ler Angry Because Oeou One of the tbeCldren tbeCldrenB Children ChildrenDestroyed CidicirenDestroyed
B Destroyed troyed a i i Toy lie Had Made Me for fotem fotemGREB Them ThemGREENWICH ThemGnzmmwxou
GREENWICH GREB 10HConi Conn Coano Fob 8 eAgrat eAgratth 8Angry Angry at atthe atthe
th the actions of an elghtyoarold old son of Mrs MrsF MrsF MreF
aton yoa
F J Martin M rtn a aelgt wealthy welhY French Fench widow wdow who whoresidoo whorldo whoresides
resides rldo near ne the top of of Putnam Ptn Hill Hi the theFrench theFenchbuter theFrench
French Fenchbuter butler Armand ArmadC ArinanciColimi Colin < ln attempted atempte to toshoot tosot toshootthe
shoot sot shootthe the boy boyumnd and a his hi slsterltwo Ilter two years ye older olderon olderon olderon
on Saturday Saturda Armand Ad was wa subsequently subsequentlyarrested aubse subsequentlyarrestod enty entyarrltod
arrested arrltod and today tody he wasBent wa sent to jail Jai for forthree forthremont forthree
three thremont months Armand Ad has been in inAmerica InAerica inAmerica
America Aerica four fou months He is i 18 years yoal of ofage ofage ofage
age age and ad his hi sister str lives lve at atthe the Plaza P1z Hotel HotelNew HQtelNew HotelNbw
New York Last Lt week wek Mrs M Martin Matn dis discharged di discharged ¬
unti charged until chage Saturday hi him but told him he could culd stay stayuntil stayunti stayuntil
Mrs Martin Min was W8 in her room rom when whensho whenshohe she sheheard sheheard
heard he a pistol pitol shot In the thekich kitchen n The Theoook Theoook Thecook
oook came ce running rnnig wnnin upstairs upstirs in a fright frightsaying frlgbtsaying frightsaying
saying that Armand Armandwl8 was shooting a pistol pistolMrs p18tolMrs pistolMrs
Mrs Martin sent her French maid down to toask toask toask
ask Armand what the trouble was Just Justthen Justthen Justthen
then another shot was fired and the two twochildren twoohlldren twochildren
children ran up stairs calling out that thatArmand thatI thatArniand
I Armand was trying to kill them Mrs MrsMartin MrsMartin MrSMartin
Martin first took tookrelUge refuge with her children childrenIn
In her room and then went to the third thirdfloor thirdfloor thirdfloor
floor with them and locked them In InA InA inA
A Greek was working there and Mrs MrsMartin MrsMartin MrsMartin
Martin made him understand the situation situationbelow situationbelow situationbelow
below He went to the kitchen and grabbed grabbedthe
the Frenchman who stood with smoking smokingrevolver amok smokingrevolver I ng ngrevolver
revolver in hand in the t e centre of the floor floorA floorA floorA
A tussle followed the Frenchman aiming aimingthe aimingthe aimingthe
the gun at the Greek Greokwho who threw a chair at atArmand atArmand atArmnand
Armand knockln knocklnConstable knocking the gun from his grasp graspConstable
Constable Mitchell was called and made madetho madethe inaaethe
the arrest arrestToday I1rrClltToday arrestToday
Today it was ascertained that Arinand Arinandhad Arinandhad Armnandhad
had made the Martin boy a toy which he hodestroyed hedestroyed hedestroyed
destroyed and had gone to the village villageINDIANOLA villageandJurcha viliaeand
andJurcha and purchased ed the revolver aaybigthat saying that be bewould nowould
would teach him better betterINDlANOLA betterINDIANOLA
INDIANOLA SATISFIED SATISFIEDDeclines SATISFIEDBeellnel SATISFIEDDeclines
Declines an Offer to Help Pay for Its Private PrivatePost PrhatePOit Prh ate atePelt
Post Office omoeNEW 0111ccNiow i iNEW
NEW ORLEANS Feb 8 She The people of ofIndianola ofIndJanola ofIndlanoha
Indianola Miss have declined to be re reimbursed reImbursed reimbursed ¬
imbursed for the extra extra expense to which whichthey whichthey whichthey
they were subjected by the closing of their theirpost theIrpost theirpost
post office on account of the Minnie Cox Coxaffair Coxaffair Ccxaffair
affair affairWhen affairWhen affairWhen
When the office was closed the citizens citizensopened oltlzensopened citizensopened
opened a private office handled their mail mailtwelve ma1ltwelvo mailtwelve
twelve miles from a neighboring town townand t tdsvnand ITn ITnand
and took all the expense of transporting transportingand
and delivering the thomail thomailA mall mallA mailA
A bill was Introduced last week In the thoMississippi theMiselsslppiLegis1aturo theMississippi
MiselsslppiLegis1aturo Mississippi Legislature to reimburse them themfor themfor themfor
for the th expense on the ground that the theaction theaction theaction
action of tho President in closing clo lng the he office officewas officeWI8 officewas
was illegal but a protest has gone up from fromIndianola tromIcd fromIndlanola
Indianola Icd anoia against this OJ Is relief reliefThe reliefThe reliefThe
The local paper says that the people of ofIndianola ofIndianola ofIndianoia
Indianola are prosperous and really have havenot havenot havenot
not missed the small amount that it took tookto tockto tookto
to maintain 1 tho post office The edltoc edltocsays edltol81YR odhtomsays
says that they feel more than repaid hi inhaving hihaving hihaving
having given the opponents of Presiden PresidenRoosevelt PresldenHooeevelt PresidenRoosevelt
Roosevelt something to say about him himICE himIOE himICE
ICE GORGE IN THE DELAWARE DELAWAREPeople DELAlfARErlrople DELAWAREPeople
People Forced to Leave LeaveTheir Their Homes by bythe bythe bythe
the Flood ood to Save Their Lives LivesHANCOCK UnsHANCOCK LivesHANCOCK
HANCOCK N Y Feb 8 SThe The high tem temperature temperature ternperature ¬
perature of Sunday caused the heavy Ice icoJam IceJam icejam
Jam in the Delaware to start out this morn morning mornIng mornhzzg ¬
ing It stopped at Lordville Lordvillotentnlles ten miles below belowtills belowtl belowthis
tills tl s point causing a great ice gorge in inthe Intho Inthe
the upper Delaware River and piling up uptho
tho Ice hero twentyfive feet The wator watorwon watorT81 waterwee
won forced over tho river rh r flats where it is israaMiiK IsJDIth1K Isynahing
raaMiiK a new n w channel The gorge ex extends exenfls axtends ¬
tends for several miles up both the East Eastand E1StInd Eastand
and Westbranches from fromUanoook fromUanoookkent Hancock HancockGreat HancockGreat
Great darcage tucage is being done to the Erie ErioRalkoad FrloRailroad Erielialhmoad
Railroad as well as to tofnnn farm lands All Allrailroad Allrailroad Allrailroad
railroad andltiiGJjway andlhlrh andthlrj5waybrklges war brldgCH are threatened threatenedPeople threatenedIeciplo
People living near n ar the river were forced
In the nljrht to irovo to higher ground and andnro amiore andCole
ore endeavoring endt > orlng today toda to secure their theirhorreH theirhoretl theirhiolces
horreH finn the flood The cold snap to today toda today ¬
day da is freezing tho great relit blocks of ice solidly
together thus adding addln to the danger when whenit
it shall again start down the river riverBULLET rlerBULUT riverBULLET
BULLET LOCATED BY XRAY XRAYW
W S Pole Pol Who ho Was Shot In Shipyard ShipyardHad S1tlpardlIad Shipyardhind
Had Bern Threatened by Union Men MenQUINCT SloeQumncv lenQUINCY
QUINCY Mass Feb 8 eThere There has been beenmuch beenmuch beenmuch
much speculation among the police In Inrelation Inrelation inrelation
relation to the case of Winfred S Pote of ofPhiladelphia ofPhiladelphia ofPhiladelphia
Philadelphia who was shot in the yard of oftho ofthe ofthe
the Wore < Fore River Ship Engine Company on onJan onJan onJan
Jan 19 where he was employed as foreman foremanof
of the tube teeters teetersSeveral teetenJSoveral teetersSeveral
Several men saw Pole fall but none noneheard nonoheard noneheard
heard any shots Tho physician found a awound awound awound
wound In the centre of the back As there therewas therewas therewas
was no blood flowing it was decided that
Pole bad beenstruck by a piece of flying flyingsteel flYingsteolLater flyin flyinsteel
steel steolLater Later tim wound began to bleed bleedcopiously hi hicopIonly
copiously and another physician found that thatPoto thatPoto
Poto had received a bullet wound All Allefforts AllefTorta
efforts to locate the bullet were futile futileThe futiloThe futileTue
The coeo was reported to the police and andthey andthey I
they ascertained that there was much ill illfeeling 111feeling illfeeling
feeling against Poto among the employ employees employeeswho see seewho
who asserted that he had brought non nonunion nonunion nonunion ¬
union men to the yard to take tho placets of ofunion ofunion ofunion
union men They also ascertained ascerW ed that thatPoto thatPoto thatPoto
Poto had been threatened with personal personalviolence personalIolence personalviolence
violence on the morning of the day of the theehootlng theshooting i ishooting
shooting As a result James Riley was ar arrested arrested ¬ i irc
rested rc ted on the charge char e of making the threat threatTho threatlhe threatThe
The police were unable however to secure secureany securean secureany
any an evidence connecting connoctingjthiey Rlley or any anyone anyoneelse one oneelse oneelse
else with the shooting Pole wan examined examinedthis examinedthill examinedthis
this morning by the aid of the Xrays and andtho andthe andthe
the bullet which was of 22calibre was waslocated waslocated waslocated
located locatedATLANTIC locatedTIA7I locatedATLANTIC
ATLANTIC TIA7I YAOHTSYEN YACHTSMEN MEET MEETHarrison MEETharrison
Harrison n Moore Elected Commodore CommodoreMeasurement CommodoreIeaaorement CommodoreMeasurement
Measurement Rule Adopted AdoptedTho AdoptedTho AdoptedThe
Tho annual meeting of the Atlantic Yacht YachtClub YachtClub YachtClub
Club was held last night at the New York YorkClub YorkL1ub YorkClub
Club Thirtyfifth street and Fifth avenue avenueThe avenueThe
The reports of officers and committees committeesshow comninitteca5140W
show allowtliat that club affairs are In IDa a very v sound soundand soundand
and flourishing condition con ltion The election of ofofficers ofofficers ofofficers
officers and coimrittcet resulted as follows followsCommodore followsCommodore followsCommodore
Commodore Harrison II Moon Moo steamer Zara
Viccoommodore F D Underwood steamer
Alice AliceRear AliceRear
Alicege Rear commodore o G re n Havens sloop Athlon AthlonSecretary AtblonTreMurer AthIonSecretary
Secretary ge T Alfred t Vernon VernonTreasurer VernonTreasurer
Treasurer Charles T 1 Pierce PierceUecsurer PierceJcuurer PIerceMeesurer
Uecsurer Henry J Gitlow GitlowRegatta GielowReratta GitlowRegatta
Regatta committee Henry J 7 Clelow Frederick
Vllmar W 1 A MInot MInotwaiter MinotMemDtllhlfl MlnotMembership
Membership comonlltce G George rle D 1 Provost
waiter II Xclsoii F i j Havens HavensLibrary Havcn1lbrllry Ifaveni1ibrsry
Library Committee CommliteeF ommlit P T Cornell George Q
McIntosli Joseph M Scrantou ScrantouNoble ScrantouNomJnallnr SenatesNominating
Nominating Commllte CommitteeOl J n naven H O S SbeiJI
Noble beiJI W L Psttlbone I 0 George orie e D Provost H B B BTruslet
Chamberlain Paul D 1 nJ IJnmanl IJnmanlTrusteea IlamariLTrustees 1
Trustees Truslet for one rear yeartJdwln Bdwln Gould J Rogers
Maxwell Mluwc Ii for two years carll Harris K Smith Spencer
Swain lor ion or three yean cl > rJ lioberl E Tod Alfred Itred W
llootti lloottiCommodore IloottiCommodore II IICommodore
Commodore Harrison B Moore is in
Mexico and after the election ViceCom ViceCommodore VlceCommodore ViceCernmacdone ¬
modore Underwood presided presidedThe presidedThe
The usual provisions for tbo regatta regattacommittee rosattacommittee
committee were made but tho date ivo oi of the tnoannual thoannual theannual
annual event was left to the committee to
decide The now rule rub of measurement measurementand
and classification cl slficntion was pawed again and
Is now regularly adopted by the club
Other matters of club interest were ar arranged arranged arranged ¬
ranged rangedDR rangedmi rangedDR
DR HARPER HASAPPENDICITIS HASAPPENDICITISi hitS APPENDICITIS APPENDICITISPre APPENDICITISPresident
i
President Pre ldent of Chicago University Laid Up UpWith UpItil upyitIi
With Itil Mint Attack AttackCHICAGO AttackCrncsoo
CHICAGO Feb 8President e President Harper Hnr r of ofChicago ofChicago ofChicago
Chicago University has been forced to torelinquish torelinqulh torelinquish
relinquish his duties as the result of a light lightattack hghtattack lightattack
attack of appendicitis Tho attack which whichwa whichwall whichwas
wa wall paid yesterday by his physicians to be beextremely beextremoly beextremely
extremely mild n expected to keep Dr
Harper confined to hU room for a week
Bra Arthur D Do Bevan Charles P Small Smallnnd Smalland Smalland
and Joseph Cappc are in attendance After Aftera
a consultation con ultatloll yesterday Ylstel y it was decided
that unless the attack took a more serious
turn an operation would not be necessarrja neoesary neoesaryzi i
zi
MASS OF SORES SORESAwful SORE
Awful SUffering of a Boy Boyfrom Boyfrom I Ifrom
from an Itching ItchingMow llchlngHumour cblngHulIr
Mow MowCURED HulIrCURED Humoura HumourCURED
CURED BY BYCUTICURA BYCUTICURANDt GUTIGURA GUTIGURANo
a
No Not One Square Inch Ilohof of Skin on onv GOHis ODHis
v His Whole WhDleBodWas WhDleBodWasUnaffected BodyWas BodyWasUnaffected Iodj Was WasUnaffected
Unaffected UnaffectedMylittle UnaffectedII
II Mylittle l My little son a boy of flreliroki flrelirokiontirlth five ye broke brokeotltwlah brokseel
ontirlth eel wh1 an Itching rail Three doe doeton doctort doetore
ton proscribed prCIICribedtor for him but he h kept keptgetting keptlottln keptgetting
getting worse WO rt olin until t II we W II could co aid not D 9t dress drenhim d rell F Fkiln l lhJm
him any more They finally advised adTlKdme I Ime
me to try a certain rtln medical college c l1eI bat bat1U bat1t4
1U treatment did dldllotdo not do any good At Atthe Attbe Atthe
the time I woa Induced to try Catlcnrt CatlcnrtRemedlei CaUcnraRemedle CntlcnrRemedies
Remedies be was no lio bad that I had to tocot toeathlshalrolf toeat
cot eathlshalrolf his hishalroff hair off and pat the Cutlcnra CutlcnraOintment CuticaraOlntmlnt CutlcnrsOintment
Ointment on him on bandages bandaeault M It was wasImpossible wasImpolilble wasImpossible
Impossible to Cotollcb touch him with wltbthebara the bare barehand barehind f fhind
hind There lItrewu wai not one square Inch Inchof Inchof inchof
of skin klnoD on his whole body that wa va a not notaffected DOtdllcted nptfftlcted
affected He WAS one mass of sores soresThe sorfls sorflsThe o oThe
The bandage bandaaes bsndagesused used to stick to his sun sunand aLluand tl tland
and in removing remoYI tg them it used to take takethe tabthe taketh
the th akin lditotf off with them and theacreama theacreamafrom tb81 the screams screamsrota remml remmlfrom
from rota the poor child were heartbreak heartbreaklog k kIng
log I began to think that he would wouldnever wouldnOTer wouldnever
never net t wen bat after the second secondapplication secondapplication e Dd DdIppllcatlon
application of Cntlcura Ointment I IbeRin Ibelln Ibegan
began to toee see signs stjtlllof of improvement improvementand
and with the th third and fourth applica applications appllcatloDi applications ¬
tions the sores commenced to dry up opHis upHis upHis
His skin peeled peeledd of twenty times but hlllt hllltnall It Itfinally ItSnally
finally nall yielded to tothetrestment the th treatment I wed wedtue 11M1dtlJeCutlcDra usedtile
tile tlJeCutlcDra Cntlcura Kesolvcnt for his blood bloodand bloodIndDow bloodand
and IndDow DOW n w I can say that he II entirely entirelycured cntlrel cntlrelctIred entirelycared
cured and a itrongcr stroogerand tronge arid d healthier boy boyyon boyyou
yon never saw than he is today todayROBERT todll7ROBERT todayROBERT
ROBERT WATTAM WATT AM
4923 Center Cen AT Ave Chicago III Deo
801897 801897No 80 1897 1897No
No return In sz six yean Mr Wattam Wattamwrites Wattamwrites
writes Feb W 1008 1008Your 11103Your
Your letter of the Slat ta regard to tothe tothecase
the thecase case of my little boy at band lam lamtruly I am amtruly
truly thnkful to say that the cure cureeffected cureeffected
effected by the JJutlcura uUcura Remedies bus busbeen hasbeen
been a most tbonugb and successful anccewfalcure
cure to date datetoU
toU tiimuhinl th vuid > CiillrailtaolwBtm CiillrailtaolwBtmi CiiViw uve8e uve8et
t 5 sO 4be4skts i OOIM niiiBcjxr ill 1 pin Ti vii < i rs rsT h hOtuIRWa0P8
OtuIRWa0P8 005 P Dpqs Lomd V Vboawlqi
boawlqi rrl t Sac Ss Ia rIi Doi ir Cvabiii CvabiiiLv
Lv 1t8Ir Drug usa C2m cwp So Iw4im
01 T 94n4 < n4 5 Ibr flow H w l Ca Curt auy B r iissaeWILL lUnnr lUnnrWILL
WILL INSTRUCT SENATORS 5BVATOMMlmlMlppl SENATORSMlsdulppt
MlmlMlppl Legislature to Take Positive PositiveAction PositiveAction
Action on Panama Treaty TreatyNEW TreatyNaw
NEW ORLEANS Feb 8 8The The friends of oftha ofthe
the Panama Canal who are In an over overwhelming overwhelming ¬
whelming majority In the Mississippi Legis Legislature Logialature ¬
lature will Introduce and poiis a resolu resolution resolution ¬
tion in that body this week specifically specificallyInstructing specificallyirlotriJoting
Instructing United States Senators Money Moneyand Moneyand
and MoLaiirin to vote for the ratification ratificationof
of the Panama Canal treaty treatyThis treatyThis
This resolution is the result of the in information information ¬
formation from from Washington that thetwo thetwoSenators the two twoSenators
Senators are in doubt as to how they will willvote willvote
vote on the question but are inclined to tovote tovote
vote with the Democratic minority against againstits
its ratification ratificationThe ratificationThe
The resolution will not leave leavethe the Senators Senatorsin
in any doubt as to what tliq th Leg1slaturmeans Legislature Legislaturemeans
means and it will not contain the rwordl rwordlurge word wordurge
urge on which technically theiri tbo1rlw10oit tbo1rlw10oitattitude > rsort j jattitude
attitude is said to be based basedAdvices bMedkdviees
Advices from Washington say that Senji Senjitor Se4tor
tor Money will probably vote for the treaty treatywithout trt trtwithout
without further legislature expression of ofthe ofthe
the subject but Senator McLaurin ta still stillinclined stillinclined
inclined to follow the leadership of Mr MrGorman MrGorman
Gorman GormanKlllrd GormanKilled
Klllrd a fleeing Negro Mnrdertf MnrdertfNEW 4
NEW OBLBANS Feb 8 8Charles Charles Hedges Hedgesa
a negro laborer at Grcenlawa mill in St StTammany StTammany
Tammany parish killed his wife yester yesterday yesterday ¬
day morning He fled to the woods pur pursued pursued ¬
sued by several deputy sheriffs Hedges Hedgeswas
was armed with a rile ri4e and revolver revolverand revolverand
and held out against the officers for some sometime sometime
time a running fight being kept up for forhalf forhalf
half a mile when a bullet Tn in the negros negrosHer negroshead
head killed him instantly instantlyHer
Her Death Caused by a Kettle of Boiling BoilingPotatoes BoilingPotatoes
Potatoes PotatoesNEW PotatoesNaw
NEW HAVEN Fefi 8 8A A kettle of boiled boiledpotatoes boiledpotatoes
potatoes and turnips WM the cause of ofMrs ofMrs
Mrs James Sandalls death In this city
tonight She lay down to sleep while whilethe whilethe
the vegetables were boiling The water waterall waterall
all boiled out of the kettle and the Vega vegetables Vegatables ¬
tables sticking to the bottom of the kettle kettleproduced kettleproduced
produced a smoke that suffocated her to todeath todeath
death She was 40 years old oldissr
d I II1fiounrYIctwott
issr issrlnOMMANDS
I1fiounrYIctwott I1fiounrYIctwotttut
tut 2t 2tC
lnOMMANDS OMMANDS the theVJ thehighest
C VJ highest price of any anywhiskey anywhiskey
whiskey hi bottles and is ismainly ismainly
mainly used by people peoplewho 1 1who
who want the best and andare aiidare
are willing to pay the theprice theprice
price With this class it itt ithas
has t a i ithan larger consumption consumptionthan
than any other brand brandIt brandIt
It always has the pref preference prefcrence ¬
erence for medicinal use useBuy useBuy
Buy the distillery bot bottling bottling ¬
tling in these SQUARE SQUAREBOTTLES SQUAREBOTTLES
BOTTLES with distil distillers disUllers
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