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Wife and T Two we ttiWreii fldr of W G 6Alexander A Alexander liexanclerMeet liexanclerMeetDeat Meet leetDeath MeetDeath
Death In the Theatre Ther tre Disaster Disasteri DisasterWoman DfsasterVoman
t 4Woman i
Woman Was Member of o the Well Well1 town < npVfo foyer o oyer er Farpfly F rptlYof of Spjing Spjingyftle SpingForm Pling Plingfltle
yftle They TR Y Form Farmrly rly r lived te Tills Th City
p i RS Lulu P C ttyer ypr Alexander and sndhfr 8ndIMr andI
MRS I VJ hfr two rhlluren Melba aged 8 8and Sand 8anTI
and Buyer aged agf i 4 formerly of ofthis ofttis Ofthis
this oity et it perished per15 ed in the Iroquois the theatre thee theatre ¬
atre e te fire fir > in Chicago This news was wasreceived wasrcceivtd wasreceived
received yesterday terda and fell with Ith a ausbng aUShflg
crushlBsr > usbng and nd heartrending force par partKUlarly part1ularly partularly
tKUlarly upon Spri SprIgvWe igviHe vile Utah coun county county county
ty ty fOr f r it is s there that Mrs Alexander Alexanderv
v as s born n and n y where wh r nr parents and andnany andtlany andtiany
nany relatives r > latins now rjside Mra J O eJason C1aso
Jason of 247 47 i Sorth Second Sec nd West Weststreet Westet cst cstftlEt
street et this city cit la h Fr r cousin eoulnIt
It ws W I not until yesterday > morning morningthat morningp
that Mr M rn1 < n1 Mrs P H Boyer father fatherand latherin
and in 1 mithcr fl thtr of Mrs Y1 Alexander were wPTe wPTet11 weret
t t11 Id 1 of the h tragic death of f their daugh daught daughand
t < and he hen two little one The night nishth nightbfore
h bfore I fore o C B B Johis ffhlFcn n of Springx SprlngIIE SprlngIIEwho ile >
v who ho nfl is s a relative of the Alexander and antiloyer amlfanili
loyer famtli s by marriage having havingv
v edded f i ¼ ted a Misr Mi JiR Boyer received re < pived a tele teleraii telei
111111 i raii from Professor Pror or W G L Alexander Alexanderthe
the tri husband nriI JJ i rnther of the dead deadv rlfadoman deadnan
v oman and chiSdren jJdn informing hifn of oftheir ofthfl oftheir
their tragic tTa i end Ii read as follows followsLulu follo followsLulu s sLulu
Lulu and children unrecognizable unrecognizableirE
Vire irE if you want bodies sent home homeF
1 Mr F Johnfn immediately telegraph d d
Ylrk 7 fk to ship the bodies to Springville SprlngvIlleI
fT 1 I Interment as soon as possible It ItS Itxpe
S expected < xpe < tf > rJ therefore thereto that as soon as astho ast
tho t rhar barert ed remains ran an be prepared prtPfired10r
lor r shipment hlplTI rt they will JIl be brought back backt
t rtah for or burial burialMr bura1Ir burlalrr
Mr Ir Johnson feared fe red to break brakthe brakthet the
C T > wa to the parents of Mrs fr Alexander
I Thursday T urlililiv evening f ning but delayed the try tryin torz
in 1 rz ordal until yepterdny y when the thei 1hfed
i < sed ed ru couple were told the th story stor of the tll tll1th
< 1 ith th flf > f their eldest daughter and andthdl andth
thir th ii t t1l0 o rrardchHdren rardh1drenFeared rardehldrenFeared
Feared Her Daughters Death DeathThe DeathThr
The shock was not as great to the theT
larents T arpilts 4 eats nnd relatives of Mrs Alexander Alexander
rs r it might have ha e been had not nottite the for former fornlH for7Th ¬
mer 7Th r feared from the very pry day of the theI
I f trf re that they daughter dau hier and her chil chilrfvn biI biIcfpn htlhad
rfvn had attended that particular p par p3rfnrmance par1mance r rformance
formance A few days before the fire firers firer
T = > rs r Alexander A > xnder wrote to her mother motherthat mothert > r rthat
that t la t sb she lle VBS going to take tak Melba and Rndyer andJyer
J Jyer yer to th the > play When W nln Mrs Boyer Boyerr Boyertad
r tad > id of the fire re the next day after it itcurred iturreil
trrurred curred she said zaidI
1 I kiti knaw lttlW > w Lulu and the children were wereIll wereI
I Ill it itT t tTtst1v t tTallv
T Ttst1v anv the mother read carefwHy carefisI a fl the theVHp t theI
VHp I 11 lists list of f dead wouaded oIlBdt > d and mis miss mlfsto s sin
I to in j to t1 f e if sh ht could find the names namescf namehr
cf I her hr daughter iahter and her two little ltttIpran Itttlgandehirirn
prandchi gandehirirn ran hitdren dren But as fi the days passed pa8 passedt ed edFY1d
rnd t Td thHr names did dldl1ot not appear in tho th thlit ththe
lists lit the > aged mother and other rein relatives re1afhp reint ¬
tives t > began b ftn to feel f 1 more easy eas Th Thfurther Thfurtbr The Thefurther >
further fact that they heard nothing nothingfrcm nothingfnonl nothingC
C frcm their soninlaw was taken as a afurther afurthEr afurther
further assurance 8 < urane that their fears had hadbe hadwe hadbeun
be we beun < n all for nothing nothingFairy nothingFairy nothingFairy
Fairy Tale Caused ed Their Deaths Deathsin
in the meantime the husband dis disti distl dist
ti t acted ad by b the fear thtt his loved o Ob ois oisw > s sere sre
w ere re in the charnel house becau tHey t lfY
had l1a not leturned home I ItrEe
> after the mat matiiee matIj
trEe Ij performance of Mr Bluebeard Bluebeardsearching Bluebeardsearching
s searching seal < hlng the morgue undertak undtrtakIlg ¬
ing Ilg shops s opt arc ard hospitals for his family famll
Firally f 1 ally he found first one and then the theethers thectteJS theIPcrs
ethers of the th family He wired Mr Mrhason
Jhnsan hason the el terrible rewa and just justhen jUMtlen justthe
hen len the parents thought their fears fearst fearspre
t ore re false the fact of their th l deaths were
broken to thenvas gently as a possible possibleThe J 08lbleThe possibleIhe
The play pia Mr Bluebeard was an ex
t tr trvagan vaganza which made a decided hit hitChicago hl hithicago
J Chicago hi a H its 1t f prxiuction revived the thefry th thf1 thef
fry f1 f y tale of Bluebeard BluE > oeard and his many manyv manyinR manyvs
v ives vs and there tt f was a great demand demandty
ty the t 1 little folk of u tire tlz White City for forthe forthf forS
S the > story Among those who became becameinterested becamefnteiE becameInt
interested fnteiE Int sted > in ii i va was all Melba Alexander AlexanderFhr AI A1xanderlh xand r rthf
Fhr lh got g t a ropy nt If f the book hoo read th InFtory thFtorv thstory
story and then 1 hen begged her mother to tot totk totke
t tk tke ke her and her hE > r little l tle brother to see seetV BeetI seet I
tV tI t theatrical performance peormau e Mrs Alex Alexender Alexs Alexncter I
ender s IIder consented consentedBurned coftSent coftSentBurned consentedb consentedBurned i
Burned Beyond Recognition EeoognitionThe Re
The details of the finding of the bodies bodieshave bodiesFve > s
have 11 not yet tt been ascertained a by the thei th thep
n i mber aber of tht th family in SprinjrvilK SprinjrvilKthe Spr1ngvil1the
< the relative an aol 3 frieixls in this tl s city cityihc I
The F1h ihc Associated AtMll Pres dispatches di patch eon contain eontflin eontein ¬ i
tain the information that Boyer Alex Alexrncler AIE AlexrMer > x xt111fr
rncler T was af H identified by b his father by bye I
e 1 watch in one of n his hi pockets pocketstImepiece Tho Thotimepiece Th
timepiece tllTlf > plect had been given pn to him as a aOiristmas allrlstma aluistinas
Oiristmas llrlstma present by Mr Alexander AlexanderThe Alexanderrhe AlexanderThe I
The little one on > was otherwise unrecog unrecogr unreeo unreeot
r r ia ale Ie for the head h < ad had been burned burnedf burned110m
f 110m > f > m the body bodyIt unreorolcI I
It asmucn as 5 Prof Profssor = s sor or Alexander Alexandervired AlexanderIfpd Alexanderx
vired x Ifpd Mr Johnson Thn n that all the t f bodies bodiesthat bodiesre
re unrfgnlzablE > it Is presumed prflJumNltl1tt presumedthat bodietll
that he Identified > ri his hi wife jf and daugh daughte
te by th t Hothes dOl heR they th y wore or a as was wastrx wa wathc a5 I Ithp
thc = aPe with his little son by b some something something ¬
thing they < arried in their pockets pocketsMrs pocketsMrs I
Mrs Alexander Alpx > nder had but one relative relativeJn relaUvIn
In this city ity a cousin Mrs M J C Glen GleaH Glea1
H 1 > i Ii U < who lives l t with her two children childrenet
et B t 247 24 South Second St > ond West elt street et > A Afew Afew
few months ago Mrs M Oleaaon lost loather her
hvKband h J n4 She did not Je Ie rn of the t tor torrl torrioe < u uribe >
ribe rl e tate of lira Mr Alexander and her hertwo herho hertwo
two children until yesterday 7e afternoon afternoonhea fternoonfB
hea fB the news n s was telephoned to her herfri herf1 herfri
fri m S SpytegviUe SpytegviUej gugvIlIewan me meWn
j W Wn H Known in This City CityBoth CityBoth
j i Both Professor and Mrs Alexander Alexanderv AlexaJlderre
v scrc c re well known no n in this city having havtngm b8 havingmode tng tngn
m n mode 8de de it t their home for several years yearsWhen yea1shen yearsVben
When hen the they left I tt here it was to go to toriirapo tor1aJo toltrago
riirapo where the hu hutlband Oand and father fatherniiered fatberf
niiered f the Rush Medical college I1tg > to totak total totaic
i tak a course Ou < in 1 medicine He had just justbw jusllfopn justhfpn
bw lfopn > n graduated from rotn n that institution institutionj
j j I While ie resting etl1 nlf in Salt Lake City they thevlived theyliHd theylived
lived on Ninth East street between betweenFirst betw betweenFtrs en enFlr8
First and Second eoisd South streets str ts It is a atlMge at
t tlMge 1 lae 1 Sf twoHitory lwn1t ry brick residence con containing containing contaming ¬
taining nine nine rooms They purchased pUI asM it itthe itat itat
at the time thEy thE moved to this thl city cityWhen clt clti cityWhe
i When Whe they th went tIIt to t Chicago C icago they rented rentedProfessor rentedtfr rentednPr
I nPr lflrfle nnf 1anifOardPror 1anifOard artIeitdProfatsor
Professor Pror 80r Alexander AieJCa nder was well known knownherause knownbeause j jbe
i > be herause a use of his being a lecturer Of shiP ability abllIt shiPity
ity It and a phrenologist He and his hiswife hiswif hiswife
wife wif have traveled all over the world worldduring worldt worlddtrlng
during t rln his lecturing tours At the thelime theI thelime
lime I of the fire be had just returned returnedfrom returnedfrom returnedfrom
from a short tour which took him in into into Into ¬
to Canada his tll native country countryMrp countryMrs
1 Mrs Alexander was a5 born and an raised raisedat
j I at SpringvlUe She was born on June Junei
i 12 l 170 l J She attended and nd was gradu gradua graduted
i a ted from the schools of that place placeand p1aeefnd placeand
i and afterwards taught in one of the thei theiJchoos thenchoos
i schools She SheS was a general favorite in inSpringville InSpringvllle InSprlagyille
Springville social circles because of ofher ofi ofbar
i her beauty the t social standing of her herj herfamily
j j j family and her dramatic ability She Shei Shewas I Iwas
i was a member of the t Sprli SprlJUVItl viil Dra Dran fleaantic i inaMc
I n antic a He club and anclalwaY8 always tok a leaffng leaffngfart 1 lea lug lugrart Rg Rgrart
i < rart in the many performances whiqh whiqhit wh wbkhit h hit
it save
Married on Jan 16 1886 1886She 1889he 188gShe
I She he was married to Professor qr Alex Alexander Alexander
j 1 ander on Jan 1C 1 18 1889 in Sprlngvllte SprlngvllteThe Spr1ngvilleThe
j The couple left IE ft the town the bride brideaccompanying brWe3ccompanylng brtdeaccompanying
i accompanying her ndfiband wherever whereverhe
he went on his lecturing tours His Histravelings HIsI HIStravellngs
I travelings < A took them to moat of the thelarger UleI
I larger cities In Europe EuropeThree EuropeI EuropeThree
I Three children were bora to the thecouple thecouple thecouple
couple the second child dying seT sevi I II
i i i eral yzars ago Melba the oldest uld was wasabout wpabout wzabout
about S years of age and the little littlej littlebo
j j i boy bo Boyer about 4 yer old oldAbout oldI WL WLj
j About three yearn yea ago Professor P and andMrs andMrs 2td 2tdUr8
i Mrs Afexanter A xan er came ea cmeite jto 1hI Utfcfcity th clty cIt cItlive jit jitIlhe to toI
j I Ilhe live They resided re5ldeCIo p NinOi NInt EaSt Kafitiitreet sti EaStttreet
j i iitreet ttlet until Jaat April when w wh IB L they theymoved tb tbm thO thOITeved
moved m wf to CW Cble go Tkefr address a llress Jfithat jj1 jj1that nS nSthat
that city ty at the time of the t be nre re waa waaI
I 471 f I Washington ashington boulevard boulevardt boutevardM18 boulevardMrs
t Mrs Alexander leaves Ie a father Ier moth motbft mot mott mothpI
j t ft pI two sirters and D hIikf r sff ttwtbers 1 Mr M MBeyer M4Bcyer
i Beyer is prot pmorletor 1etor or of ofth th Beyer EeyerI he1 he1j RO ROt
j I tel t l Springville and his hi8brotbef brother the thej the thefather
j I father of Mrs Gunmen QI n of this city is isn Iszvayor s sTI
n zvayor ant ayor of the town t and yd a retired re red merch merchant merchant marchant ¬ I
Sister Played in Coriantoni CoriantoniMiss CorlantomMiss CorintonMiss
Miss Helen the oldest sister better betterknown betterknoWn betterknown
known as Nell BoyerIs Boer Is well known knownin
in theatrical circles especially in this thiscity thiscity thiscity
city en n account ae ount of the prominent role rolewhich rolewhich
which she be played in Corianton In Inthai Intha Inthat
thai oramatisation crlal tzatlon she was Zoan se seIsobel zeI seIsobel
Isobel I The youngest younce t sister Mice Sa Sadie SaIe Sadie
die Ie lives with her parents at Spring Springvine Sprlngvine Springvilla
vine She visited her cousin Mrs MrsGleason MrsGleMon MrsGleason
Gleason this thu week wee returning home homeWednesday homeWedneeday homeWednesday
Wednesday She spent the summer summerwith summerwith summerwith
with Mrs Alexander returning to toSprlagvllle tcspm t tSprhsgvIll
Sprlagvllle a few weeks ago Miss MissHelen MIashelen I1esIitleB
Helen te In New York City with Uh a a the
cai company companyThe compallThe companyThe
The two brother are H H G Boyer Boyeraged Boera5M Boyeraged
aged W and Frank Kntmet Boyer Boyeraged BoyerQed Boyeraged
aged 17 The latter lives at home The Theformer Theformer Theformer
former is a railroad contractor em employed employed employed ¬
ployed on the Calientes extension of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the San Pedro road He is at pres present Ple8eat prescut ¬
eat m In Springville having come home hometo
to spend the holidays holidaysWilliam holidaysWilliam holidaysWililam
William McLaughlin LauKhUn who was killed killedIn
In the Iroquois lroqu > 16 tttatre fire was a anephew anew
nephew new of Dr Frank W WandhIa Gvusaulus Chtneaulvsandhl
and andhl hte sister IJiet Mrs Clarence T Brown Brownwtte Brownwife
wife of the former pastor of the t e First FirstCongregational ElrstCfrilareptional FirstCoijregational
Congregational church of Salt Lake LakeMcLaughlin LakeMcLaJaUn LakeMcLatubIIn
McLaughlin went to Chicago from fromBuenos fromB1JfD08 frontBuenos
Buenos Ayres to attend the wedding weddingof w ddlngor
of Dr I r Olunsaulus daughter Mias Mi Mar Martha Martha Martha ¬
tha Gunsaulus OUa aulus to Henry H Schueler Schuelerwhich Sclauelerhirh Sehuelerwhich
which hirh was wa to have been celebrated tan IbnNew n nNew
New Years evening evil Owing to Mr MrMcLaughllns JlrMcLaughllns MrMcLaugh11n
McLaughllns death the t invitations invitationswere invitationswere
were recalled and ad a private ceremony ceremonyheld ceremonybeld ceremonyheld
held In the afternoon afternoonLEAVE after afternoonIBAVB oon oonLBAVE
Bodies WUl Be Brought t to Utah Vta For ForBgaL
Burial BurialSpecial BgaLSpecial 1 1tSperiel
Special to Th TJte Herald HeraUChicago HeraldCht HIdtChIego >
Chicago Cht G Jan L Liln Jirs Lulu P Alex Alexander AJexalcler Alexandar ¬
ander who wtio with 1th her two children lost tosther 08ther lostherlife
her herlife life in the IroqUois Iroq OI theatre fire be belonged beInfled belonged ¬
longed to a prominent promi ent family of Spring SpringrVttle SprlngWe SpringItUle
Vttle We Utah She was the wife of Pro Prolessor 1 1feaor I Ilessor
lessor W G Alexander of Chicago Cblca and andBister aMter andtoter
Bister ter t f Helen Boyer an actress weU weUkrynm weUk wellknw
krynm k throughout t the west Her body bodyand bod bodand 1
and these of her children wfll I be taken takenhome takenhOme
home h me Sor r burial burlaltomorrow tomorrow morning I
George B McClellan McCl l1an Sworn in as asMayofof asMayor Mayor of Greater Gr ter New NewYork Ne NeYorkCity NewYorkCity
York YorkCity City Hall Crowded With Democratic DsrnoGratipEnthusiasts OsmoGrjltiqEntl DemocraticEntIiusiass
Enthusiasts Entl usia I
MEW 1EW YORK Jan 1 1Georse George B Mc McCleilen McC1e11a1
NEW 1 Cleilen became mayor of NewYork NewYorkcity NewYOI1telt Newforkcity
city elt today He arrived arlv at the city citya city1all city2ail
1all a 11 accompanied by hie hi secretary secretaryJohn ecNttl ecNttlJohn aecrotryJohn
John H OBrien and walked through throughUnas throucblIn throughlines
lines lIn of Democrats under an arch of ofg ofplants
plants aad d flowers to the mayors pub public public pub1ic
1 g
lic reception room where he was greet greetcd greettIC greeted
tIC ed by the retiring mayor The cere cerejnonies cerenonles caretuonles
jnonies were not elaborate and the theepeechee tb tbpeec thepeecIes
epeechee peec were brief After shaking ehaklngliands shaking1andls shakingliands
liands with his successor 8UCf or Mr Low Lowsaid Lowald Lowa1d
said saidCol ald
Col McClelan McCI llar the th hour has come comef
f c when I am m permitted p rmitted to give the city cityJnto citySnto cityinto
into your our care in obedience to the will willof willor willof
of the th people Any one op who has been beenmayor beent18yor beennayor
mayor of New NewYork York vjj 1 always be beready beready beycady
ready to honor its it chief c f magistrate magistrateyir
yir Jr Mayor I am glad ae one of the thegreat Utegreat thegreat
great body of citizens to salute yo yoft 10k yoit
ft end nd wish V Jh you ou well wellIn wellIn wellIn
In response t 4ol ol 01 McClelaan said in inpart Inpart Inpart
part partI fOr 1 I belkvp b 11cf 1 ran an only fulfill the trust trustIf trustPr I IfOr
5 If > f municipal government not in the in inIsreets Inu Invrert
Isreets u vrert lite of the few but in the intereste
I of ail the people I believe In party partl partyepOIb1kty
t I apOOjiiMliiy l Rity but party pa respoaaiM respoaaiMextol reapoasibiextol uiWNIy
1 extol ex o o4y iy as the means of attahllRI attaininggoad attaining
i good ends I promise prom you that there thereI therewill therewill
I will be AO Step tep backward not even in inj Inthe
j the smallest I department of my admin adminIstraiion admlni adminIsttlon
i Istraiion 18t1Ioonen IsttlonThen IstraiionI
I Then Mr Low retired to his private privateofBce privateI privateoltiec
I ofBce and Col McClellan took his stand standI standbehind
1 behind be the table in i the public publ office officei ollicead
i alt4Na63b8king ad ft4 handshaking began Long LQn < lines lineswaohiag linesI linesasocitlag I
I waohiag to the ciTy hall stepe were weretime wereJ
J for by the police It took a long
time 11 fw the Democratic enthusiasts entbI as to tofile toSic
1 file by the mayors desk After the re reception re receptlon recaption ¬
caption the heads be of departments were weresworn weresworn
I sworn om In Inj inPolice
j Police ommlrakmer McAdoo after afterj aftertaking
j taking office today issued a statement statementin
in wMch he said he would do every everything
thing thi ng in in n his power to prevent black olackmaW blackmaii1ig blackmailing ¬
mailing maW extortion grafting or bribe bribetaking bribetak1ng
taking by the police but it would be beuselefv beI beuseleM
uselefv I be paid aid tb expect a policeman policemanto
to be honest Jte if be qe has to pay for his hisappointment hisppolBt hisappointment
appointment ppolBt nt promotion or assignment assignmentTherefore 8 aosignmentTherefore
Therefore he declared preferment prefermentwould prefermentwould prefermentwould
would rest on merit Judged by the best befitieIVwe bestnervee
ieIVwe fitan4rds fitan4rdsd
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A Fred Wey ey proprietor pr prhto of the Wit Wilson WII80n Witson ¬
son Hotel reachetf gait 1t Lake yester yesterday lesterday ¬
day Afternoon UternOo1oatter after having bavlR been a awitness awit awittea
witness wit of th t the Iroquois theatre fire firecatastrophe firecatastoph
catastrophe ca op to 1 Chicago ChicagoI
r I 1M > fa stoppftftsat stoppftsg at the Stratford ho hotel ¬
tel l tile old ld LeJajMl at a Michigan and andJackson andJSckfiUfl
Jackson Jac n bowIeTlIc1 bowlevartte lie Ii said 101 I saw sawtki sawtb
tki tb fire 5t engines going by and followed followedthem followedthem
them ever er to the theatre thea re There I Ipttafced Ip IpnsEie
pttafced p trroqlaUle thrown tile crowd which h h was wasnot wasnot
not Very big without great difficulty difficultyI
I saw them taking two or three bodies bodiesout bedtesut bodiesqut
out ut bat b t it was w > said that that was all and andI andart andwant
I want art a ax axA va7 va7A I IA
A short iort time afterward rd I went back backThere backfJ1 backrherewas
There rherewas was not a giwpt rtcIowd rowd even ev n then thenand thenafld
and I had Jsadno no trouble hi kaget getting lng through throughinto throughInto
into tile foyer I T toJd W t the a policemen policementfio polIeeanWJio
WJio tfio o was on on duty t lt ttaifel J i ithougnt wd N be g1ad g1adt giodt
t t lletP jwere were ni IedthougHt n6edandn4k n6edandn4kthought
thougHt there would he no necessity necessityof neceostrof
of eCH it as s It It appeared J not many manyro y tlv 11 11pare s swere
were ro JoeL Then JJwy be began to bring bringIhem 1Jdngthem hungthem
them put fas fllllt I saw sawit it waa more than thanI
I had bargained ned for forThey forTbey forThey
They had bigf bl trucks there to carry carryaway carry1ay carryzway
away 1ay th tM dead At first rst they laid the thebodies thebodIes thejodIes
bodies out In rows bat later they be began began begsn ¬
gan coming ottt CH t too ast st for this and andthe aftdthe andthe
the corpses were w e piled pU d up like cord
w rrEKTOtl = f i tf
I p r f fd
woodi ooth In Thompsons restaurant close closeto closeti
to ti the t e theatre I saw bodies laid out outon Outon t ton
on the floor on tables and on chajrs and andcounter 8Mcounter andcounter
counter It was a horrible algfe algfei st staluL staluLIt ht
i It was was the moat t terrible thing I ever everexperienced everexpepi r rexperi
experi experienced nce < The strange strangeteatureoWut strangeteatureoWutIt featureabout featureaboutit
it was there was no excitement for a
4 4Millionaire
Millionaire Milwaukee Brewer Had Been Sick Sit For ForSome ForSomeTim SomeTime Some SomeTime
Time But ut His Family Did Not NotThi NotThink Think k the theEnd theEnd theEnd >
End Was So Near
P 1
Rn I ITWAirfKJilS I Wls Jan 1 tCap tCapi Cap
I i IYI J lain ta rain In Frederick Frede rlfk Pbst president ipresidentof presidentt
t of the Pabg PabsBraw1ng Brewing company companyd companydied
died d ed at his home here today of pulmon pulmonary pulmonary
I ary edeme eC ctme aged 67 1 years Death was wasunexpieted as ast
t unexpected unexpeeted although his health had hadI
I been tee failing for more than four years yearsDurln 7earsDuring
During Durln the last ten days Captain CaptainPabst CaptainI CaptainPabst
I Pabst had not left his home homeowlng owing to tothe toI tothe
the severe weather but hls condition conditionI conditionleem conditionseeme
I I seeme to toDe be improved Jmpr 9edand and his family familywas familyI familywas
I was nt i prepared p red for his death At S SI 8oclock SocIock
I oclock this morning he suffered a re rej relp relapse
j lapse e however towev > r and began epn to fail rap rapldl rapHe rapId1
ldl He retained consciousness co ouneM and andwa andatt andwee
wa wee att aide e to converse urith wi th hia wife and andchildren aDddatldrett andchildren
children who bo were w e summoned 8udun sufl med to his hisbedside hisbtd hisbedside
bedside btd Jcle Captain Pabst t seemed to re realize realize realixe ¬
alize that the he end was MUfnearand wRgnear near and talked talkedwith talkedwJth talkedwith
with Ms 8 family f mlJy abowt Itft his affairs until untilten WlUlten untiltn
ten minMUs before his hI death when he hebecame hebec8Mt hebecame
became umrpnsciou uMC n etoul4 afcd gdpas passed quietly quietlyaway quietlyaft quietlyaway
away At his bedside bed icJe were Mrs PaNt Pabsthte PaNtt Pabothia
hte wMow wJtl w Frederick lr deriek Pahst t Jr Mrs MrsW MIV Mrsiv
W V O Goodrich of Milwaukee and Mrs MrsColonef MrsF
F Seheenlein of Westbaden Germany Germanyhie
his dlg dughter ter ant n Mrs Irs Choenleln ChoenlelnCokJnel ChoenleinColone1
Colonef Colone1 Gostave > G Pabst was out of I
the th clfgr having g gtAP ne to St Louis Lo fsto to tospend
spend New Yearns Years tiny
Ailing Ailing Par F Some Time TimeIn T J1e I
In the t last fowf CQwty fustyejits years lS Captain Pabst Pabsting Pabsthad I
had taken several nr t trips abroad tbr ad spend spendlug spendlug
lug much mu h of his time in i Carlsbad CarlsbadAbout C3rlsbaAbout CarlsbadAbout
About a year ear ago ag lest October his con condition ¬
dition became more alarming and In InLITTLE InUTTlE InLITTLE
His Clothing C Gl thing Became BecameIgnited Ignited From a aGamp adamp aGamp
Gamp Pire When WhanNo No Help HelpWas HelpWas j jWas
Was Near NearJSpecial NearSpecial Neirto
+ Special to The HemH enW enWHelper 4 4Helper
+ 9 Helper Utah UtahJanlBv Jan 1 Bvan Wit wfi WitIIam + f ff 1 1a
+ f Hams a the Jyenrolfl son of G A A AWilliams + f fWIlHsme j
+ Williams W 1tm5 Rio Grande e Western Westernf WesternSeCtlo + 1
+ f section secuonforeR SeCtlo foreman at Mounds s sta station + f j
4 + tion tlo met t death uwler distressing distreeslascircumstances dlstre +
4 circumstances ctre today t0081 The child 4 4f 1
+ f visitfed oJsl t Use camp 1tota of a freight out 4 4lit I
+ lit near Qar his home a d in some way wayIts 4 J
+ its clothing became lMca e ignited from fromemloro 4 4embjars I Iemb9rs
+ embjars of t a lIre 4 The mother 4 4heard j i ih
4 heard h d screams screams rearns but ttt t supposed ecl at atfirst 4 i
+ first it waS a cat in a few f mo moments IflOments 4 i I
+ ments she went t to lookand look and saw S8 sawher w +
4 her child where he had fallen tallesome fallensome + i I
4 + some yards from the door oor The Thechild 4 j jchild
4 child was so badly badl burned about aboutthe aboutthe 41 +
4 the body bodilhat that death deAthtollo followed ed in a afew 41 + I
4 Jew ew hours Dr Flak of Price PrI was wassent wasseub 4 i
4 sent for ae sooa as possible but Butthe butthe 41 +
4 the childs life could not be saved savedFflALLY + I IFINALLY
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
Oran Ora Algeria AJg rla Jan L LThe The French Frenchnaval Frenchnaval
naval tMritter toID lfl r Vienna Vle 1UL bound from fromRoeheQDit fromRMbrt froml1odheort I
RoeheQDit to Toulon ToulanIiisrzfr feais f6r the safe safety safety safety ¬
ty of ihl WhIch h has iwttl be bo n felt leJtcm1n owing to the thevfs thfvp thevessel
vfs vp vessel s > l having haYlngb iee b e er twentytwo days daysout daysout
out and not having haVjngb been ee n heard h of since sinceleaving sincitleaving sinceleaving daYSI
leaving the former post arrived here heretoday heretod heretoday
today tod y ivith her cosines disabled
I i order to toescape escape the severity severltya1J of a nerthr nerthrern nrthem rth rthern
j ern em winter he went to Los Aifgele AifgeleTor Ajfge
j t with the hope of be benefiting elttJng his llth llthFor th thi
i For Tor a time he seemed to toJmprev imprev but butI bu bua
I a change for the worst came camem in Bebru bru brucry fU fUuy
j cry of last year and reports were weresent weresenti sent Sfltout J Ji
i out that Captain Pabst was as dying He Herallied Heramed Heraliied
rallied however and in Jua Tv June of las I Iyear Iasyear
j f year Colonel Gustdve Pabst PabStent went to toL toLos toios
L Los os Angeles and brought brou bt nig father fatherf fath fatht
f back to Milwaukee He rallied rall1edome rall1edomeI some somewhat somewhat
I what but was unable to make much muchheadway muchI
I headway htadV against the disease diseaseEarly dl
Early Earl in December DeC mbPr Dr WlHiaw WItll Os OsI <
I I In < r of Johns Hopkins university unlv ty Bal Baltmore B Battmore l lt
> tmore t more the expert in pulmonary dJs dJseases dJs dJse8ses dineases
eases came to Milwaukee tocoasulfr tocoasulfrwith toconsultI to eonsuIt eonsuItwith
with Captain Pabsts physicians Aft Aftj Afher
I j er r a careful diagnosis of the patients patientsi
i i condition Dr Cster pronounced the case casewithout ca cawithout caSewithout
without hope Dr Osler declared decl8r that thatI
I the life of Captain Pabst t hungby hu hun b by bythread a aj Itthread
j thread and that nothing known wu to tohi totIJEdlcal tomedical
medical science could help Jtnt that thatli 1 1I
hi li might t live for a few fW months ojpthat ojpthathis t ati
I his death might occur cur at aiijPthne aiijPthneThe a an 1ttme 1ttmeI time timeThe
The sick man did not n > t relinquish ltlinqulSb1a1sn ltlinqulSb1a1snt his in interest ¬
I V terest t r St in his great business Jness enterprises
i tut continued to visit his office officeJad Jw Md d di direct I
rect the operations of the enormous ermous I Iplant
plant plantHe lant lantHe
He was q a daily visitor at the th ppawery b bpaweryuntil ppaweryuntil ery eryuntil
until ten days ago when the Dtelem Dtelemency nelemenc Dielemency
ency enc or the weather caused hint 1p o re remain remain remain
main at athome home While his family no noticaed noticed noticcl
ticaed that he was becoming more morefeeble moreeebIe morefeeble
feeble he was as able to be abia aB abt Vt t until UAmthe untilthe untilthe
the relapse came this morning mornl
long time Chicago Chkagoaid cud Rot begin to towake towake towake
wake up to th tM seriousness serlOlllmet8oC of the acci accident Re accident 1 1debt ¬
dent until 4 biUt 0ut t 8 odocfc Upto that thltttWtJe thattieje th t ttinpe
tinpe there the e were no crowds and nd no big bigger blglJer bIggtti ¬
ger excitement than you would auld sec secaround seeor9uxtd
or9uxtd around und an ordinary ordIparyfire fire on olfYa Main street streetJH net netiR
JH Salt Lake
iI9GO Jan an n 1 1The The entire family familyof fam nY nYlJ
lJ of Freaertek S Pond for thirty thirtythree thlrtythree thirtythree
< three years y er cashier of the Deertng DeertngBeaper DeeilngReaper DeeingRper
Reaper works was exterminated by the theIroquois theIigquols theicesuols
Iroquois theatre fire In the disaster disasterMr dl8a disasterMr ter terMr
Mr Pond lost his wife and two children childrenall
all of whom have been identified A Af ASi8tv A1sistr
f 1sistr sister of Mrs lrs Pond Miss Mis Grace G e Tuttle Tuttleis
is still among the missing Helen a a7y
7y 7yearold 1t arold daughter of Mr Pond was wasidentified wasdt1ntJfled wasjdentlfied
identified solely by her teeth A club clubpin clubpin clubpin
pin was all that led to the recognition recognitionofnaymond rooognlUouf recognltIoof
ofnaymond f ztaymond Pond 14 years old The Thefuneral Tbefuneral Thefaflnral
funeral of Mrs Pond and her two twolfuU twolfuUdrenwUl twohfldrenwlll h8
dren drenwUl will be delayed until the body df C
Miss M1 Tuttle Is found foundA
A pathetic incident occurred today toda on onthe onthe onthe
the Cottage Grove avenue cable line linehis lineThis
This his passes within half a square squaie of ofRotetoirfs of1tolstonls ofRoIstons
Rotetoirfs morgue Late this t1iI afternoon afternoona
a man pan n haggard and worn walked up upto upto8 uptoa
to to8 va Cottage Grove car and climbedebOsrd climbed climbedaboard
aboard ab carrying in his arms the body bodyof bodyof bodyot
of a little goHen haired girl The form formwa formw formwse
w wa B partially parth ty wrapped in a canvas canvascloth canvasclethbut canvaseleth
cloth clethbut but not sufficiently to conceal nceal it itA it itA itAn
A An the th father tqok his seat with me mechild UtedtUd tireehUd
child in hit arms the conductor eyed eyedhim eyedhhn eyedhim
him doubtfully and then approach approaching approachI ¬
I Ir ing him touched on the shoulder say sayIng saylug ¬
ing ingI
I am sorry 50r but the rules of the com comI compey cornpay
pay do not permit the carrying of ofbodies
bot bodies les in this manner I must ask you youI youto youtoitev
I to toitev Jetcve the car
i Without changing his expression n in inthe
the th slightest without showing a trace traceof traceo traceof
of excitement or irritation the man j
down the former dyin dying almost in instAntly Inst4UtI inst4ntly
stAntly and the latter recelvingta prob probably Probbb probab3y
ably bb fatal wound in the head He Heawile has hasa
a awile wife and four children childreni childrenwJng childrenOwing
i Owing wJng to the threats of vengeance vengeancecirculated vengeancec1r vengeancecirpujated
circulated c1r ulatedoarly early in the evening the theprisoners theprIsoners theprisoners
prisoners were quietly quJf > Uj removed rem ved from fromtht fromtli I
tht tli Denver county J jn il and taken by byin
tr trai Jri to Colorado Springs and placed placedIII I
in jail j 1 there thereGAPTA1N therePT
North Sydney Sdne C B Jan Ja 1 IThe ITheooptaln 1Theouptaln The
1 captain and crew of sixteen men of ofth f fthe
th the French fishing schooner Sapho Saplore Saphreached i ireached
reached re cbea her here today by steamer ste mer from fromNewfoundland fzomtNewOUndland fromNewfoundland
tNewOUndland Newfoundland after having havin abandoned abandonedtb abandonedtb1r i iIng
tb tb1r Jr craft which was nearly wrp wrecleed wrecleedby ked kedby
by thewlnter the winter gales Hardship n nUttJn nel nelJing
UttJn Jing Ing were endured by the men in infn inpg Infourteen
fn pg fourt fourteen n an miles to hind lEtne When When3i Whtn1i1i Whennr
3i 1i1i nr < 9ar the shore re of Red Island or the theoast the4t6 theeast
east 4t6 Jt coast of NewfounfiltiaQ on onhich vhich eh1ehthey vhichthey
they landed land d all their thclraoti Horie aorIerere Were cap capsized capstzed capsized ¬ j
sized in the surf No Q one was lost
t I
Slight Panic But None None of the Guosts Guostsr GuostsWere GU08tsWere GuontsWere
r Were Injured InjuredNew Injur InjuredNew d dNeW
New York < Jan 14Three alarms alarmswere alarmsre alarmswere
were re sent in this afternoon afternoon for a fire firethat firetha lirethat
that tha t started ta ted in a room on the sfecth sfecthfloor s slathfloor th thlIoorot
floor lIoorot of the Murray Hl HII1 hotel hote4 t at atybrtyjBisst at atJIortyct atFortyflrct
ybrtyjBisst stiraot stlreQtandP a anti fl Padc avenua ttf nie The Theftre Th Thare IhOAre
are burned brisl rfslfrr lr r awhile a hUe and andmade abClmade ahlmade
made its I way 4y to the seventh enth floor and andthrough andthrougl andthrough
through the t1tero roof f of one win wing causing causiagdamage causlnrda causingdamage
damage da e estimated e at IWftCW A slight slightpanic slirhtpanic slightpanic
panic resulted res lted during c1udn whtoh hlch many manyguests manyCUHt manyguests
guests left the hotel h t l and one woman womanfeinted womantelnted womantainted
feinted No one was II as injured however howeverIt hQweverIt
It is isthoapt thottght the Kre re started from fromcrossed fromcros fromcrossed
crossed ed electric eleetricwtres wires ref
Father F therBoards Boards a Street Car With the Body of His HisLittle HisLittleGoldenHaired Little LittleGoldenHaired LittleGoldenHaired
GoldenHaired Girl in His Arms ArmsGould ArmsGouldc Could CouldNot I INot
c Not Get a Carriage
three Youths Attempted t6 Hold HoldUp Up a Stare Sl re in the < Suburbs SuburbsKUled I I II
Killed the Wife Ofnthe of the Proprietor and Fatally FatallyWounded Fat lly
Wounded W IJnded His Son I
i5NATEK f NVEfl 1 Jan 1 1At At the policy POIJC sta staI staU
D I LiOn U this this f ffternOOR f ternoow Fred Aiil 1tt 18 18years 18years
years ears of age confessed edi to toplielty 6om 6omplicity J
plicity in the murder of Mrs Irs Amanda AmandaToungblood 4rnandaroungbiood
Toungblood and the probgfely fatal fatalshootlngr fatalshooting fatalshooting
shooting of her son son Robert while Jtt Jtttemptlhg it ittfJTiPting t ttrmpting
temptlhg to rob the little grocery groce sto store stoJekEptbY storekept e ekept
kept kEptbY by Mrs Mrst Youngblood and her bus husband bUs bUsband
band Thomas M Youngblood in Yal Yalverde Vat Vatverde ralverde
verde a suburb of Denver Arnolds Arnoldsconfession AR1olcPsconf Arnoldscorifssion
confession conf sslon implicates Newton N wton Andrews Andrewsaged20 AiJdlewsaged tndzewsaged2O
aged20 aged 20 and Charles Peters 34years 34yearsfired 34eamold l lold
old the former of whom Is sa said d toJt1tv toJt1tvfired tolinvefired
fired the fatal shots Both are r8under r8underarrest under underarrest underarrest
arrest arrestThere arrestTher arrestThere
There have been rumors of atHreat atHreatened atlireaterred Utreat Utreatened
ened lynching of The munlera murd murdorprr but butthe butthe
the p6Hce p Uce declare that they the are are amply amplyable amplyable amplyable
able to t proteot their prisoners The Theyoiingr XheYJung Theyuung
yoiingr man drove to the tbeioung tbeioungblodd Young Youngblood Toungblood
blood store and gained adtnl admiijort dtoa by byasking b1mlklng byasking
asking permission In use th thThey thEt thEtThey thtt n nrfhe3
They tried to hold up thee theeblood the s1dpi tI tIloodbut n nblood
blood loodbut but although 64 ye yr yeerfit yeerfitresisted ri riresisted t c 1 1rt
resisted rt > istf l until unfil stunned by 8 ypj trillpu WQUiPe WQUiPehe > jpn t the thehead 6 6hedd
head he d from rom a revolver r volver His is wlif w v1f f and andson andson andson
son who came tohis to IhIs rescue werelshot wet shot i
rose to his feet stIlt holding oi eta > one onerm oneunn oneterm
term rm the body of his child With bin htefree bI8free binfree
free hand he b thrust thrustinto into the face of the theconductor theeolHluct theConductor
conductor r a large r revolver voter anij an n4 said saldin saldintone in ina Ina
a tone which betokened utter weariness wearinessand weArinessand wearinessand
and almost Jack of interest in the pro proceedlDP proceedhigs
ceediags ceediagsThis ceedlDPTills ceedhigsThII
This is my daughter ughler I hae lookedfor looked lookedfor lookedfor
for her all of test night and all of to today today ¬
I day I have tried tr In vain to obtain a acab ab acab
cab b or a carriage and canget can get none noneI i
t I am taking my baby by home h me to her hermother hermother hermother
mother and nd I intend to take her on this thiscar thisI thiscar
car Now go on onThe onThe
The conductor co realizing the situa situation situation
I tion gave way ay and In the crowded crowdedcar
car the father sat and 00 carried the thecorpse thecorpse
corpse of hfs child htl 1 to to her home homeMiss homeMiss
Miss Geor Georgia Swift a prominent so society soetety ¬ I Ietety
etety woman who whoa was badly battered batteredand batteredand batteredand
and bruised ed In the 1JtepnIt panic in the theatre theatretalking tbefttrtalkiJl8 theatretalking
talking of her experiences ex rtlitnees today said saidI
I started up the aisle at about the thesame theam4t thesame
same time tlm as s all the others I suppose supposeMy supposeM
My 11 seat t was on the theflrstfloot first floor near nearthe nearthe nearthe
the stage ge and when whenl I had reached reach d the thei 1
rear of the the iiuditorftua d1t rtuJn the aisle was waschoked watI
I choked with people J Who ho had fallen f fftlIenI llen L Lllooked
llooked I looked doa to avoidstepping aoldst pplng op ou them themand thenjust the theand
and just as I did so SOmy my eyes yes were werecaught wer werCAught wertcaught
caught by those of OtR a little boy about 7 7years Tyears
years cara of age who wh was W was lying on the thefloor thefloor thefloor
floor unaW < to rh me > e He had large largebrown l largebrown rge
brown eyes f 7et1 and wa was so neatly dressed dressedand i
and apparently appalM tl7 so well bred and a such sucha tch tcha
a little gentleman that he fascinated fascinatedme fa IJlated
me It was as all in a Second ond I know but buthe buta
a he saw me looking 1ooMU at at him he sail snidWpnf sailSVont 1 1Wont
Wont you please utehe1p help me t Please do doI doiI
iI 1 I stopped to rO re him him if I could couldbut couldbut couldbut
but the crowd was wut9o too thick and the therush thenaah therush
rush too strong I I seized him under underthe lRdelthe underthe
the arms and then I L was knocked ore ovethim Oeblm orehim
him ontomy ksees tat I the aisle I stiug stiuggled struggled
gled glf > d to my feet t but the weight of the thecrowd thecrot thecrowd
crowd was sueh Ufth that I could not turn turnback turnback I
back 4 tnd nd d I WAS carried rrled out through the thedoor thedoor
door The RUle boy wa was ffiia unquestion unquestionably unqUeff unquestlonably on onAbly ¬
ably u trampled to death and the memory memoryof
of these t tbe ys e of his will Daunt me mewhile rftewhile incwhile
while I Bve j jo jS j jo jRICE
Jfc Vti VtiRICE
Slayer of Policeman Must niust Facs In Insanity ThattIty
1 sanity Charge ChargePueblo OhargePueblo ChargePueblo
Pueblo Colo Jan L4br LDr Charles O ORice ORice 0Itice
Rice who was acquitted a tJuftt d of murder toy toythe bythe hIthe
the Jury ury yesterday after a sensational sensationaltrial senaatltiJ1tltria1 sensationaltrtgl
trial was today ted arr arrested sted on charges of ofInsanity oCln ofInsanity
ln Insanity and confined in Woodcroft Woodcroftsanltartfun Woodcroftsanltart
sanltartfun sanltart JI and an tannest on his men mental mental menfl menfltat ¬
tal condition will nl bo held Rice while whilein
in a state ofwild of wlld intoxication on Oct OctJdQed
7 killed pol Policeman eeman Marjbz tar z The Jury Jurystates jUr jUrtAt Jurystates
states tAt thft under the instructions of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the judge judgelt Ii could Qould give no other oth r verdict verdictyesterday yerdletyesterday verdictyesterday
yesterday than that of acquittal on onthe onUte onthe
the ground ot insanity Rice and his hiswife hiswffe hiswife
wife were preparing pr rJng to leave the city citytoday cItytoday citytoday
today when he was arrested arrestedANTIAMEKICA3ST arrestedANTIAEMcAT
Rome Rome Jan 1 lThe The appointment of ofMgr ofMgr ofMgi
Mgr Nozaleda No leda former archbishop archblEhopofManDa of ofManUa ofManila
Manila as archbishopof archblsh > po Valencia Vale cJ Iswidely is iswidelycDnwnanted iswldt
wldt widely widelycDnwnanted > If eo corpapted pted pit cm The new eV foci gosltion 1OSItion focition
tion fiy y rramubr b > enalea Mgr Igr Icoznle Icoznleda lT fDnale fDnaleda enJe enJeda
da to o the rd hat Itijff and n1 ll f the th honor Is Isbestowed lsbf1 Isbestowed
bestowed bf1 to ed up un tn Hint t1n im the sacred ored college collegewill cOnegewill collegewill
will have a atneII1ber a member whose anilAmer anilAmerican an1lAmetfean antiAmerican ¬
ican sentiment Is IsweU well known
Playhouse ses V Wili RI H Hereafter reafter Be Com Compelled I d to Usei Use UseAsbestos UseAsbestos
i Asbestos Asbest9 Curtainsof urtafnt of Good Qil Qilt QilElectficianArrcstt9 QuaJfty il ilElectrician
4 4Electrician t
Electrician ElectficianArrcstt9 Arrested v and p Charred With Mans Mansv Manslwstlgiiio MansIauhter5earchIng MansIauhter5earchIngIvetattos URibJ Sel chlnf
lwstlgiiio 14y Ivetattos tipUO Being Made
CGICAGO t 1ICAGO tflCAGO Jan 1 11Iaor Mayor Carter tnrterj i
j I Harrison today toda y took steps e to pro provlde j jvide r rvIele
vide as far as porsible poes1baginst > against Inst a arepetition ItrfpeUtfoa arepetition
repetition of Wednesdays Wednetdayshecrog hervov at th thIroquols tho thoiiroqu thiroquolp < >
Iroquols iiroqu theatre As a result of an In Invi tnI Init3Etion
vi it3Etion I t tion made m de rt his 18 orders and and2asUn j jlasting IJas
lasting Jas 2asUn but 1t a few hear h QftI nineteen tin tb thcatres j jsires iabN
sires md museum were ordered orderedcloeeO orderedclfWetl orderedeluded
eluded some of them bfinfc bi beirr tt = among imO 1i the thelending j
fcadiiie and most popular playhouses of ofthe ofthe I Ithe
the city The acttoi of the mayor was wasbaeed as I Ibaft1 Ihased
baeed on one single s1 e vtolatton of the theordinances j jordinances Iordinances
ordinances which are intended to pro protect I II itact
I tact the thepatron patrons of oCtJ theatre t1 from Just i jMich isuch Isuch
such an occurrence a as that tlJtwlalcb which cost costso toItso OIIt
so many lives on Wednesday This Thisvasthat ThisU1l8t Thiswasthat I
vasthat U1l8t every one of these th place had hadomitted hadomitted I I
omitted to supply ai 1 asbestoscurtain a asbestos be t08 curtain curtainThern j
Th The Thern theatres ordered or ered closed c sed are areHowards I
Howards H wants SAm T Jacks Marlowe MarloweNew MarloweNew
New American Olympic < Academy of ofMu ofMurk I IAtuslc j
Murk Mu c Amambr Avenue ue Bijou Dieu chl Ahicage hi j jtago iUtgo j
cage ongra eta house Itou e rolumfeuf rotu Cuni Stock StockThirtyfirst StockThirtyfirst StockThirtyfirst
Thirtyfirst Street CrIterion jrlngen jrlngenbaums Jlllilrenbaums PIngenbums
baums Milwaukee Avenue veaueGalTlck Oarrick Oarrickand Garrickand i iand
and Glkkmen In addition to these thesethe j
the London Globe Glo museum and nd the theCTYrif theC theCitk
CTYrif C lrJ STnet muaeum waN > com compelled com1 com1pelled cornpelled
pelled to dose cl their doors 4 orsHigh doorsHigh doorsBigh
High Class Theatres TheatresThe TheatresThe I IThe
The Chicago open house and the theOlympic theOlymple theOlympic
Olympic theatre ar vaudeville houses housesof I Iof
of the highest clav c1a and probably do doas j jas I II
as much business in point of numbers numbersas i
I as 3 any of the theatres tbeat s in the city at atsingle t tj II
j I single performance P They The give lve how howi ho I II
i I I ever vertl a matinee every ery day In the he week week1 week18J1d weekI j
1 I a 8J1d d it to IaMlOOm seldom that seats can be ob obI obtamed
I I tamed for any performance at the time timeI
I of ° opening oJWDi In addition to this they theyhare theyI theyhave
hare h ne been accustomed t > setting large largflumbers largenumbers i inumbers
I numbers of tickets for standing room roomand rooman room2n4
and an as a general thng morepeople are arewithin areI
I within these places of amusement amu emeat at atan atI atan
an anaverage average performance than can an be befrond becr befound
I frond cr tm d at any D other playhouse e in the theI theety j jcty
cty etyI f
I ctyThe The Tb kitrri bftrrick rr k thpatre which was or ordered 01dfred orI ¬
I dered closed is a small amaJlplaybouse playhouse on onthe oni onI
i I the northwest n t side lde of the city cit and andshould andnot andI
I the thelarger tbelarger thelarger
should not be coarounded with
larger theatre of the same saMe e name stt sttu I II
utrted u ted on Randolph audol street one block blockTeet block17e blocki7051
I i
Teet of the Irqquoi IIQfIU IrqquoiaIoult < j jEaeult
f Eaeult ult erf In pectin InacUnThe j I I
The Tee InaiKctkm D9I iecu ordered by the mayor lI1a7orI j jtoday
I today wm aS carried carrI out ut by BulMing But14lnler J4flg J4flgAtil1nJer i ipper
Atil1nJer pper er Williams VI miaM an aJt4 ai L Cfclef of ofiitlk f fPI i
1 P PI atNul iitlk > The sc ecope pe of f 0ein te in into i irliMfcJ t tv
v rliMfcJ nlfjfa Bthtf femtttre ft j jcnTtelnkVhe I1t
1t aft wrJwot cnTtelnkVhe cI rtalftL mayor JD JDstiII m mjwvVCp
stiII QMItViJJ1 ta to ft ftft aeI
I jwvVCp ft fP Mm pl prompt mptly It a at the conel VOt1elUSl VOt1elUSlof s sof t < > 1 1or
of hJS h mvestifatteBj iR hiyestlgirtlomdeeIazlI e8t1 tioJffteta ecfairaBt that it ithis I Iva Iwas
va was his hisintention lnteJltl Meflttea a that J no o theatre theatreshould tlat theatreshpaId > atre atresh
should sh J4t be beu allowed to Wa ea its it doors in inChl j jwith i iChicago i
Chicago Chl ago hereafter unless s it provJded Isprovldedwith I
with an asbestos b fI curtain of standard atanardfiuality standardrualIty i iquality
quality that tb twouJd would work at all times timesand tlmesl timesand i
and under all condttions condttionsCurtain conditioneJ condltion5tCurtain
Curtain Is Important ImportantIt
It may not Dbt be beIJOlslWe possible said Mayor MayorHarrison MayorHurJson MayorHarrIson
Harrison to prevent loss of life when whenj whenaudiences
j audiences rdsh nt for th the doorway but I Ii Ihave
i have determined to see that every pre precaution preI precaution I
I caution Is taken to prevent suck oc occurrences 0currenees occurrences
currences as will alarm the people and andi andstart
1 start them t 1emon on a rush for the exits It Itis I Iis j
is all very wel to say that the great i ilose
lose of life in the Iroquois theatre was wasdue j I
due to the fact that the people lost losttheir i itheir Itheir
their heads and crowded into the door doorways doorwayS doorways
ways and a1daisJe8 aisles like maniacs but the thefact
fact renwllns re and it cannot be denied j I j
that there would w uld have been no panic if ifthe I ItJte Ithe
the apparatus in this t ls theatre which WhichjUfiged whichjudged j jjudged I
judged by all ordinary standards was wasthe wuthe wasthe
the best equipped playhouse playbo lntM in the t city cityhad cityhad
had been in proper J working condition conditionThere co conditionThere dltlon dltlonThere
There is iSM I it no getttn get tin beyond the fact factFrom
i From all the evidence eVide cnewlnJaan4ItI now in hand it ItIs j
is clear that if the asbestos a tos curtain cur in inthis Inthis
this theatre th tre had been In the condition conditionit I IIt
it should have been there would have havebeen 1aavebeen havebeen
been no notose 1os less of life comparatively comparativelyspeaking comparatively9e8klng comparativelyszeaking
speaking speakingLinen
Linen and Burlap Used Us4The UsedThe
The report of Building BuI1 < Ung Commissioner CommissionerMusic CeinmhastonerVlliiams I
rmlams showed that the Academy of ofMusic I
Music with a seating rapacity 8l of 2COO 2000had i ihad f
had a curtain cu tain of burlap The Alham Alhambra Iham lhnmbra
bra with a capacity of2SOO the he Av Avnue A4 A4Due Aremie j
Due 6 610 0 Uie Bijou 13 1 1ZO Clark Street Streetmuseum gtreetmuseum
museum 279 27 Criterion lytfO 1 Fljsen F1nbaurna i ibauins ibaums I
bauins 490 Howards 100 Marlowe rI e
1300 New American 1400 1400aU all had cur curtains curtitIns
tains lns of linen The crtain in the Chl < ht hicago i icajto
cajto c opera o op house was of barliin co coy coyered j jered I Ired
ered red with flreproof paint In the lo tolumbus 0 j i
lumbus hlmbusStkk Stock theatf and nl ia inSam Sam T TJacks Ti TJeeks
Jacks Juck U was ae of cant a18 is Tft Tile Oiyippta Qiyzppiatheatre
theatre which tuA holds n at lea Jeqt t a5 1 U0 QlyriaPlal po propie 1
pie at two performances every day it is isopen Isopen
open open had a curtain of canvas rnvaThere rnVHThere canvasThere
There were ere other otherlart glaring def Ots Otssaid detots detotssaid ts tssaid
said Building Commissioner omm oaer er Williams Williamswhich Williamswhich WWiaiuswhich
which were noticrx1 notfcf m aom eomf of the thehouses th thohouaenbut i
houses houaenbut but we were not paytegpartto paytegparttouiar pop Ingparttc Ingparttcular ti
ular attention to them today tod VaJibough although althoughI j
I noted them and the thet1 thetrteal man managers managers managers
agers will willbe be compelled to remedy medy them themas themas themas
as soon as possible po possfhIeDay tble tbleDay j jDay
Day of Meurrii MeurriiSuch K Meuniing MeuniingSuch unihlC unihlCSuch
Such a day day of mournms 1ng C ct Ct rcago
4 4Louvre f
Loqvreilotel Louvre Hotel otel at atChi Chicago aDo Destroyed by FireGuests FireG sB Became BocamePanic Becamexfanic Game GametP
tP xfanic Panic lnic Stricken tricl n When They TheyTlioughtcif Though fM 1he 1heIroquois theIroquois the theIroquois
Iroquois Theatre T eatre Horror
BEH AGO Of Jan 1 1T 1Three Three ree persons personsr personswere I Iwere
C r were killed and four fo 4tit otbew in inJirred Ingred i ired
Jirred red In a fire that d cJelfh7td n > yed the theLouvre theLouvor theLouvre
Louvre hotel h X1133 Lake avenue avenueNearly avenueNetrl euue euueN
Nearly N Netrl eu1 r 181 1 guests were n in n the hotel hotelat botelat hotelat
at the time the Are broke out several severalof i iof
of whom bad retired reU for the night nightWith ht htVlth
With the remembrance of f the Iro IroQuais hoquols
quote theatre th atre horror fresh in their theirminds theirminds theirmiflds
minds allpersons all persone in the tbelHace place became i ipanicstricken i ipan Ipancstrieknn
panicstricken pan JestriC1en and rushed ru Sbed madly for forthe for1 for1the
the streets + s as soon as it became known knownthat kDownt knownthat II
that t at the hotel was onflre onflreThe on onflreThe fire fireTh
The Th Dead DeadPatrick DdPmrJck DeadPntrjck
Patrick Ryan retired merchant merchantformerly mercb merchantforn1y nt ntfonner1Y
formerly owned large department store storeat storeat toreat
at Madison dnd nd Peoria streets streetsJIrs 8tnetfrs streetsri
JIrs frs ri Florence FI rence Chapln ChaplnBfesell ChapinBj ChaplnBeselt
Bfesell Bj eJl Chapin Uyearold son of ofMrs ofMrs ofMrs
Mrs Chapln ChaplnAll ChnzinAll ChaiiInAll
All Titdbeen batt bad been overcome overcome by pnwjte tand tandhad and andhad andhad
had notbeen not been touched by the bo flames flamesTie fl flirmesihe nx 5 5e
Tie e Injured InjuredL
bt L r ST Bright guest at atbotel hotel itoteit leg
never nev witnessed mm g that which usherrd
In the new year J Ja every ery portion o othe r
the city almost It seemed as though thou h
there were funerals fun going Ing r un 121dertaktng ¬
dertaking wagons arriving I with wittVbhowerebIngbr da fHwho i iwho
who VbhowerebIngbr were being w > lng br < M0K to tluii tht he il homts hrn
for the last time timeWhile timeWhile timeWhile
While the funeral funeratproceflsioi jiOCPSimoclng precession > pr prmo T Tmoving
moving mo ing through die t snow WNP WNP8tTEet wercstreets v < r rstreets >
streets to the varlows n varlo llo cemetpr cemetprthrong cemeterthron t t tthrono
throng thron about the vartws va morgu > F an anundertaking anu anI anIUlidertaking
undertaking u dert ting < pstabhshmentg establt It ats si 5Qpl f p 1 1 1most i imost 1most
most as large as ever The sreru IJCt iif t twere r rwere rwere
were the same as those U of ofOnd Wefiie tdlb tdlblnd > ca cafnd
fnd THursday night Many Manypeareti rr rrn n ol olpearPd 1 1peared
peared at the door ef a RoJston s m mJbrdana alJordan i iJordans
Jordan morgues tlitt titi afternri tternc n i v w whad h 1had i ihad
had be b becz in n for fo fortyeigllt tQrtY eldt hour mn ID IDslantl n naleRtly
aleRtly slantl searching lr those th y ha hart Ildrtlost hartlost l llost
Many any Still faatchiag faatchiagj 1Chiflg 1ChiflgThe
The rrreater atr number of det detl < d < i arr ar in 11thest iitheae
these two wo places and men n vh Vi L hui huiviewed Ittt1lewt ltIviewed
viewed 1 the ghastly TOWS of cor eorI cs csfore fSf 1c 1cfore
fore f re and had gone on an un > iiiTj iiiTjstarch iiiflgsearch jn jnarrh
starch arrh to every other Ol er morgue < d < un undertaking II IIdHtaklng ¬ 1 1dertaking
dertaking room in the city cit r uhirii uhiriithe hi Ii Iithe
the dead from the thetbeatre theatre hv Ii h illi illitaken > i itaken
taken came back once Dce mort T Tstons I I t tstons i istotis
stons and Jordan Jm almost 8t at in rs rsbut r rsp fp >
but hoping against hpe spe thai they theymight th thmight H Hmight
might have overlooked overlooe their d dad > ad in inthe inthe iithe
the great number that hadcrowded had crowded tv tvtables th thtables thtables
tables and andftoors floors on Thursday in som somcase m1 m1cast m9 m9cases °
case they the were successful in many manyothers 11 iar iarothers n notht
others otht > r they were > not Practically Pract < allv 111 aJiTf 111rf
of ihf hp bodies which admit of or arcfnl arcfnlidentification lrefni ariiIblentification
identification i E ntif cation have been carri carriplj cnrritand a nay nayand a aand
and of > f those which remain th major majority rnaj rnajIty majurity ¬
ity ar are in such a condition that only onlythe nnlythe onlythe
the most minute and careful Inspection inppectionwill
will be able to reveal their identity to tothose tothose tothose
those who knew them best bestOne bestOne bestOne
One Dead the Other O er Missing MissingOne ing ingOnp
One of the saddest cases was wa as that thatHerbert th t < of ofHerbtrt f fHerbert
Herbert and Agnes Lange of 1632 Bar Barry Harry Barry ¬
ry B vnu nu Roth children hUdrenbad had attend attended attenrled attended ¬
ed th thh performance and after many manyhours manyhour manyhours
hours of tireless searching the > broken brokenhearted brok broknhearted > lI lIh >
hearted h arted father finally found the daugh daughter dtughter dughter ¬
ter Agnes in an undertaking estab establishment establithment estabiishment ¬
lishment Mr Lange almost exhaust exhausted ¬
ed through hrou h his continuous trips from frommorgue frommorgue frommorgue
morgue to morgue and from hospital hospitali 1 1to
to hospital from police stations to th thcoroners thcoroners
coroners office and then back through throughthe throughthe
the wearisome round again and again againcamE againcame
came > this afternoon in utter despair to tothe t tithe l lthe
the ofBce of Chief o Police ONeill and andbegged andbegged andbegged
begged two detective de to toI8t assist slst him himHe himHe himHe
He also pleaded wttH wsaper Besrayaper men mel1and menand
and his voice voicechok choked and failed as he b breferred hereferred
referred to his wfte wfco so lay y utterly utterlyprostrated utterlyprostrated utt rly rlyprostrated
prostrated at their theirTheir beTheir hdfebe hdfebeTfaeir
Their Only OnlGWhinJn OnlGWhinJnMr OniyOIdren OniyOIdrenMr drtaa drtaaMr
Mr Lange said those were his only onlychildren onlychildren
children and the detectives and news nevspap np1paper newspapor
pap paper < r men promised him every assist asoistai a assistauce it itaucp
ai aucp ce though themselves tbem elve8 almost worn worncut worncut wornGut
cut by long hours of work In behalf of ofothEr nfother
other people similar irnila to that which Mr MrLange MrLange MrLange
Lange requested their aid Finally the thebody 1hibody thebody
body of the girl was found and the thebrokenhearted thebrokenhearted thebrokenhearted
brokenhearted father fat < r smiled m ed through throughhis throughhis throughhis
his tears as he gathered up the little littleform littleform littleform
form and carried it to1 ohle o his carriage carriageI >
I have one of olthein them at least he said saidand saidand saidand
and this will be a great comfort to toher toher toher
her mother The absolute failure of ofMrLa ofMr
Mr MrLa Lange to identify any of the bodies bodiesas
as that of < his son aroused some hoW hoWthat hopthat
that the boy may still be alive and anderred aD aDC anerred
erred C red for in the hospital hospitalSorrow Ja pltalSorrow hO1t1Sorrow
Sorrow Turned to Joy JoyMr JoyMI 7oyMi
MI Langes sorrow sorrow was turned to tojoy tojoy
joy when he reached his home at 1280 120Fortyfifth 1280FortyDtth 1280Fortyfifth
Fortyfifth street tcnfgtt t As he drove droeup droveup
up to the door with the body bod which he hehad hfohad h hhad
had brought from file fhemorgue morgue as that thatof thatof t tof
of his daughter he was greeted greet by hi hiwife hiwife his hiswife
wife who told him that their two chil children children children ¬
dren had returned home this evenin eveningin eveninIn
in safety They had become dazed ap apparently aplarently ¬ 1 1parently ±
parently and had been wandering wanderingaround wanderinaround wanderingaround
around the city dtywitboat without knowing wher wherthey wherthey wherthey
they were Mr JAn at once r rturned Tf Tfturned rturned
turned to the morgue m018 with the thejJodY thejJodYof body bodyof
of the little > girl which he thought thoughtbe thoufhtbe
be that of his own child childThere clalldThere childThere
There was so little by which I couH couHrecognise coulrlNCopile eoldrecognise
recognise the body he said that 1 1was 1was Inan
was confident thai I never wouid wonidable h hable hable
able to satisfy my own mind B Dd absolute absolutely
ly that it was my daughter ter but at atthe atthe atthe
the same me time there were re e some strong stronzPointS trnngpoints
points of resemblat e and I concluded concludedthat concludedthat concludedthat
that it must be she sheSome sIWSome sheSome
Some of the FUnerals J meralsThe FUneralsThe PanaralsThe
The funeral of tte two Regensj Regensbsrg Regensbsrgehildjen r rbild7en r
children < was held this Afternoon at th thp thphome thhome < >
home of their tbf > lr paren S44I z4 Michigan Michiganavenue Mkhi Michiganavelsec an ana
avenue a ve Jae in the > heart he f tiie aristocrat aristoeratisection t i isection k klIectlon <
section of the soutk side e Because BeauPfllf BeauPfllfthe of ofthe ofthe
the many calls upe upt up Thi 1ds time Dr Emil EmilG
G Hirsch who bo CoAdoeted eo d the services servicesannounced senicfiannounced sersicesannounced
announced that te would Id be able to todeliver todeliver t tdeliver
deliver only a abort address In four fourother fOH r rother rother
other homes of the members melaben of his lai or orgregation In Ingregatl9n > r
gregatkm lay the bodies of hildren hildrenwaiting hlidronwaiting > n nwaiUug
waiting for him to tooMclate officiate at their theiruneale theirfneal
funerals funeralsFrom unealeFrom S SFrom
From the Regeasberg berlr home I Dr DrHlr PrHirsch > r rHirsch
Hirsch ch went to that of Dr Joseph Zeis ZEI ZEIIeI ZeIslee
lee a2S 325Loke < Lake Pai PIuit avenue to attend attendthe atteniithe attenIthe
the funeral of another young victim victimContinued yfCtlmContinued victimContinued
Continued on Page JL
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broken In falliHg falfln in darkened haH haHway hanay
way ay
William HaydeH waiter lter in hotel hotelbadly hotelb i ibAdly
badly burned hands and face cut cutDr cutDr cutDr
Dr N Von SchBl ScbiDvere severe injuries to toback toback toback
back and right leg legFrederick Ie IeFrederkk 1egFrederick
Frederick Hop fireman eeIsan n leg broken brokenFrantic brokenFrantic brokenFrantic
Frantic Bgont to Escape EscapeWhen EscapeWhen EscapeWhen
When the fire was discovered most of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the guests aue ts were in their apartments apartmentsand
and all 11 hurried to escape cpe but In the theupper theupper I Iupper
upper stories of oh the budding ba the smoke smokevas smokevru
vas so thick that they had great dif difficulty difftculty di dificuity ¬
ficulty in finding the exits exitsSeveral exitsSeveral exitsSeveral
Several persons were rescued from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the second story through the efforts effortsof ffortsof
of three of the guests of the hotel hotelThese botelThe hotelTheso
These The three men retted d a a plank lank to a awindow awindow 11 11window
window and breaking in the glass > held heldthe heldtheplank 11 11the
the theplank plank so that several women and andmen andmen andmen
men could slide down it itThe itThe I IThe
The building was a threestory th ltoiY and andbasement andbasement andbasement
basement brick structure and was Wi e ewd ewdkS eedas d das
as a private pri fI t c hotel hotelThe hotelThe hotelThe
The entire t ntirp building was aS practically practicallydestroyed practi praLollydestroyed 411 411destrOyed
destroyed Loss 4 40000 40000T 90

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