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Times Democrat, The (Newspaper) - January 30, 1901, Lima, Ohio NCWS BY TEUHUtAPH OVER or THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. AMOCIATED panes RKPOMIV LATEST NEWS BY WIRE OAiUT. xvn. 92 IJMA, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 30 19OI. PBICE CEK-T8- THRILLING Escape of Guests from a Burning Hotel This Morning. Persons Met Their Death ANOTHER BIG GASSEE. But the Balance of Those Who Were in the Building Escaped or Were Rescued. Building Caught from Defective Electric Wiring. N York, -Tun. women riv lives in a fire a Line hotel .f.n. 105-oast 13th street at VIoek this morning. They Fay a servant, who was it.'d. and Elennore Downing, m.'d nurse, who swung by a the fonrth .story, the rok: and she- dashed to death. guests were seriously in- Tlie and bravery iiivuien who made a net work of sealing ladders saved many hysterical women and cliild- .ren from jumping. Thirty guests escaped by walking a narrow plank from the 'hotel to fire escape of the Stsinway Piano company's ware- house. 'Edward Marshall, a news- paper man, who .lost a leg in the Cuban war and could not find his cork substitute, finally got across the six inch plank in safety. Tht loss was A defective elec trie wire caused the blaze. By a Bunch of Tea Wo.mea Who Fol- lowed Mrs. nation's Example. Jan. -Three saloons] rv we iv tltiJHo'lishfd by women j .I.IV KM! by Mrs. Sheriff, of Dan- iir. claims she started Mrs. ition on Use war The loss They opened one with a pick ai. The bar- irruler showed light and Sijeriil knocked him out with a Ivor bottle while the husbands of tlie woman guanleil tlie Xoi; much liquor was epiili'il init bar fix- tnres were made to look like 3( cents. Xo arrests were innde. CABBIE FAILED. Natioi made two or three iinsnc-ocssful at- tempts to enter Topeka las in each case-was stoppec guards' of desperate bartenders, armed with peltxer boh.les Joaded with Toltasco sauce, which thcj threiitencd to suuiri-iiuo her eyes. Chosen Friends' Case Growing Worse. Jan. 30. The lia-j total liabilities will reach '30. These
of Penn- sylvania, la the. even ing a. banquet at the Arlington hotel under the direction of the Bar Association -oi the District of Columbia 'sill be zi.uended by a number distinguished guests. Krown Ciiiiui Jan. obedience to the request of the senate, the prest dent transmitted to that body ihs cor- respcnde-Qco bearing upon the claim K. E. Srown, a citizen of the Uatturt States, against the South Atntav II- publics. The department, on account of the outbreak o' the war and of lea disappearance of the organized govern- ment of the South African Republic has delayed taking definite action until there should be either a restoration of that government or a new government organized upon whom a re- quest might be made, if proper, far payment or for judicial determination. Admiral Kauiz Retired. Washington, Jan. Admiral Kautz, who has just been relieved from command of the Pacific station, was placed on the retired list on account of age. He has had a long and distin- guished career, of which nearly IS years were spent at sea. During the Earuoan troubles about two years ago Admiral Kautz was in conunaud of the American forces in that quarter, an-d it was mainly through liis firmness and conservatism that serious internation- al complications were averted. Heely the Notorious American in Cuba- Havana, Jan. P. W. the former financial agent of ilie Cuban post office charged with embezzling postal funds arrived here escorted from the pier to pnKm by Capt. Liieie Young, captain of the port of Havana. Hunched-; of people watched dilnrkation todav on the steamer Mexico. He but there was no demons-union. A Wealthy Man Arrested for Arson. Atlantic City, Jan. Johnson, under arrest for arson, broke from jail here this morning during the temporary absence of the guard. Johnson is worth 000 and is-probably a He had barely escaped from jail when he was discovered to set. fire to the Pennsylvania railroad depot. Johnson is still at large. RAILROAD BEPOBT. Columbus, Jan. annual report of the State Railroad Com- missioner shows miles of road operated in the state. Ohio proportion of dividends During the year there were 164 fatal accidents, and 7785 persons were in- jured all told. WEATHER. in northern and eastern, fair in. southwest portion tonight; colder with cold wave in southern portion, temperature fall- ing to about desrees; Thursday fair, except snow flurries, probably on the northeastern and north central lake shore. tJerinany SilcutT Borfia, Jan. 38. In the main the press abstains -from expressions either approval or disapproval of the cour- tesies exchanged between King Ed- ward and the emperor or of comment upon the doings: of 'the German Im- perial personages in England. The ma- jority of Germans attach but little im- portance to the honors conferred, and apart from official views, the public is believed to regard considerable mistrust Emperwr declared conrictioos. GRAIN MARKET., wheat com 3Sf-39, oats 25i; pork ALARMED OVER SMALT POX. Chicago, Jan. The outbreak of small pox has been so alarming that more" people are trying to get vaccinated than the physicians can take care of. The supply -vac- cine points is limited and a famine is feared. iMaysville, Ky., Jan. William Glbsoa, was indicted for murder- ins -a child at Catlettsburg and Who has been in jail here to avoid mob vjo- leace, was taKen to Catlettsburg by a sheriff and deputy. Kconomy Crgcri. Mbntsomery, Ala., Jan. 30 Al- Dtama legislature convened" for a 25 days' session after six weeks' wess. (Jovernor Samford called attention to necessity of economy in appropri- ations. ___ Won on a. Koul. Memphis, Jan. -Steve Crosby ol Chicago the decision on a foul from Ed Wall of Memphis in the thir- teenth round ot what was to lure bcea 20-round contest, _i 5 j.
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