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Farthing Bros, AROMOREITE WANT ADS Golden Rule TAILORS Hrlntf Steam Cleaning nn I rresini; Phone 543 RESULTS VOLUME xn. ARDMORK, INI). TER., SUNDAY MORNING, APRIL 22, 1906. NUMBER 289 1r PROSPECT 18 BRIGHTENING m In the Ruined City by the Sea Hopes Are Revived and Courage Renewed. WILL RISE AGAIN GREATER THAN EVER The Stricken Starving lJeoplc ol San Francisco Arc Facing the Situation With a Stern Courage Water is Now More Plentiful Provisions and Supplies Arc Rolling In Relief is Com ing From All Over This Broad Land Congress Makes Another Ap- propriation of . 1,000,000. Oakland, fnl., April 21 Another ulahl ot terror for Suu Franciscans Ims coma nml gonu, mul tlio pllfihl of tliiMio who call till unfortunate city Home Is worse. It Anything, than 11 wus yesterday oVoiiIiik. Twelve lioiirtt have hoen uddod t the period of suffering: from thirst nml hunger. .noUior half tiny has heon Riven to the flmo In which tor wt their way Into thu vital of tho m eal est city .i thol'nclllc coast ot North America. Tlio suffering, 3ialfclud people, spent the night whero they could. Tlio night wag coM nml dreary. A IKill ot fog nml smo..o lump: over nvprytJilnp. Some ot tbo distressed pers'oiiH found Insufficient shelter In tents. Some slept out on tlio hills under tlio stars and with no covering. Some, mentally tortured by the loss of loved ones and nil their worldly possessions, wandered moodly up ami down tlio ruined districts from daw.i to daylight. Washington, Aprl' 51. A. dispatch ftoni the chief operator of the West , Mil Union at Snn Frnnolsoo received j at the war department My: ".Vow reported at 2 o'clock, Sun j I'mnolnoo time, tliHt Iho llro luis hrokon out on thu wharves north of Market street nud It Ik feared that , unless wk)ii oliocUvtl It limy reach th Oalilutid ferry IhiIIiIIiir. where the Western Union Is ewtiiMlKlic! j I'ire practically under control In the western addition and property wcit of Octavla street stands n good chnuce of holng wived. Tire Is spreading toward tho North he&eh and the east sldu ol Telegraph hill." Han VJiualMvjAtirll 21. Accord Iiik to the latest reports Iho tuny hulldlng which was throuUtu'd lest ulRht by lire. Is -nfe. Thu effortu r.t the men under Oonernl Caster and (lie lugs and steamers will succeed In chccklni; the Are near Uiniuard i-tticl freight slips. Ill other direc tion the flve u now completely un der control. 'Mayor delimit and General Fuus ton hnvo wtaulIshwMiendnuartor nt Fort Manson. which was anrd by desperate work on Ilia part of tho Mildlers, aided by a body of sailors from the warship Chicago. The records In the hall ot records fioiu (leiieinl fun-ton at S,m Fran-elf-en to the war department this morning said: ''Fire Is inakltiK no progies n the west from Van Ness avenue. A west wind of ecus I titrable f&rej la now beglnulng. Indications ara now that all that pait ot tho city Mat ot Van News avenue and north to "tlio bay will bo destroyed. Appreuooslcn SUMMARY OF SITUATION homeless out of it Throe thousand thotitrht to bo dead. Property loss may reach $850,000,000. Three hundred thousand porsnns nrc population of 100,000. Fifty thousand homes have been burned. Kntire business and most of the residence .sii-tlon has been razed. Twenty looters are reported killed by tho soldiers. Mread sold at$l a loaf, crackers 10c each. I'M re is Mill raging in three dlre-tions. Many persons are reported burned alive In the dobris. Cannon and solid shot destroy mansions. The homeless are practically without food and water. Pestilence is feared to be at hand. Many bodies havo lain unburiod for forty-eight hour. Warehouses of Tutted Suites ivrniy at the Presidio are endangered. , (tovernment is issuing supplies and tonus to the .sufferers Cable from Honolulu confirms news of earthquake shock and panic yesterday. I'Var felt that Lick Observatory with Its thirty-six inch telescope has been destroyed. No word has come from tho observatory or Mount Hamilton. Pulled States sub-treasury is doMroyod, but the vault are Intact and a company of troops is guarding the $30,000,000 of Government money. Armored cruisers California and South Dakota, being con structed at the Pnion Iron Works, are saved. arc unharmed, which will prevent any tangles iu titles. All Federal court records arc reported safe. Su perintendent Ixach of the mint re ports that that Institution will ro sumo business at once. AVnslilngtun, April 21. A dispatch Is felt ns to the postofllce, but It Is believed wo can save It. As tho city to thu west Hlnnds It now remains In tact. There are many good build ings which can be used m hospitals, 'i.ie water supply Is encouraging and will prevent a water 'tainln)f' New York, April 2t. The Western t'nion received frcm its offlce. In th , meantime cveiv vehicle oh feiry building at the foul ot Market i ,'nl1'1" wan predwd lute service street. San Frnnclsoo, the following: j T authorities U carry food to. "Still ilimcull lo estimate the , camps, u was ueait out in qunn number of dead, llodle are nat-1 "" suraelentl to suUef the hungry erHl over tho city. They arc bury-1 for Thouanmls ot tons ot a.'aaA t.Mtili I ..bam it.M inc mem in ircncuc., puuinr luinn, ,' '" ' "" '"-r hkj u.t IxHliea In a ditch." San Francisco, April 21. There Is no flr within block of (he ferry building. Washington, April 51. Aaetslant Treasurer ot Uie Uullod States Ja cob at Snn FrancUco, for whoto ately fear wa eutortalned. U Jwf?. Washlngtcn. April CI. Allison, chilli man ot tho senate OAmmlUco on nppropilatton, after r oonvcmitlon with tho prosldunl this morn In p. nld It wns likely Unit congross today would pAM another hill appropriat ing an additional million dollars for San I'raneUoo suffer ore. Washington, April SI Tho house paeeed a resolution today appropriat ing a second million dollar for San Francisco inifferers, Shu Francisco, April SI. Coventor I'anleo will call a special session ot thu legislature (n preimre relief mensiirae. Sn Francisco. April 51. lire on rlie water front north of the ferry Is now under control. It burned as far south ns Tombard street dock, where It was checked and lit now fcrnouldcrbiff. Tho ferry depot nnd some of the docks In that vicinity aro snfo at this writing. Tho rulo of martini law today U not nearly ns rlidd In many of the districts and the military law withdrawn, San Francisco, April 21. Tho situ ation among the people, campca out was worse this morning at Golden Gale Park where, during tho the ear ly hours tho hungry besieged every place where tlicy thought food was stored. In sonio places there was a disposition to run over the guards, during last night Chicago. April 21. K. H. Hurrlman (Hissed through Chicago on a special train today for San Frnneisco. Ho was tn the city less' than one hour and hu said all the Harrlman lines nnd sit of the steamship lutorosts whlcli he emit rola would be placed at the er- vie of Snn Francisco. 'I havo iKsiifld onlera," h wild "that Hie situation In trim Francisco Is to Ih' ronsldorod above everything elso. All the motive power of the Harrlman lines and nil the steamship lines In which t am Inleresled lmve been In l rue tied to do everything tosstblo and with the utmost promptneff to relieve the people ot Sun Francisco. I have ordored the shipment of sup lilies from I.m Angelee, SiicnimenUt and Oakland and oilier cities. Alt shipment will, of court, bo handled without) charge of any kind to tho shippers. , Suu Franelmo. April 21. Jtulla V. Watt, one of the most prominent Iu surnnco men on the coast, wiik uskud toilay If he would hasaril nn ostt uinte mi the Annnclat Iom. he said, ".M ylden Is something like f'Ao.OWr 000. I hnvo hoard other InJurauca men place the tlgure nt GOO.000,000. Fearful of Disease, Smi'FraiiclscO', April 21. DIseaac Is now feared among the 300,000 close ly packed refugees. Chinatown ta de stroyed. Its. swarmlntr population UA hSattered fur and wide FouJ, ffinil dla cascd Chinamen are sleeping side by side with San Frnp.vfteo'ti best peo ple In tho open parle. 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