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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 25 March 1898

I gessas D£^20$5 BLJ 4v sjj #l V* Spring .Removed to... .OF. !VI|LLIf3EPY GOOD TIMES HAVE COKE !c*ou can afford to indulge yourself or your 'family in the luxury ot a good weekly news paper and a quarterly magazine of fiction. You can get both of these publications with almost a library of good novels for $5 per year. mx AEWVQRR Quarterly Magazine of fiction, appearing t'-.-. 1 first day of March, June, September and cember, fa::d publishing original novels by bcot v.-: iters of the day and a mass of sho poems, burlesques, witticisms, etc. ription price, fa per annum. I C2«b price for both, $5 per annum. 11 You can have both of these if you subscribe I VCiiZ *. ctorips, Sub^crij '1 ru*h NOW and a bonus f'SV. Our hats are the S WELL hats, so they told'us during the opening and a great many of our cus­ tomers have made their selections, buc we are getting a great many more hats in every day and W£*** would be glad to take your orders at any time. wXa 1 H| TfllBOSHflWTERS FOR BOYS AND ...

Publication Title: Little Falls Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 25 March 1898

7* Bail Prairie. March 22.—Martin Eiike went to the ^ails on business Mouday. Jacob Andrews, who left for Wadena =a week ago to look for work, returned florae Friday, but found iio work. John and Albert Ward went to Motley on business Friday. Messrs. Mac and Ed. Rail returned 'home from Lincoln last week, where ^they have been working for the Pine "Tree company the past winter. Christ Pau.snn Mr. Ridberg, the tanner at Lincoln, *svas in these parts on business Monday. Mr. Kinney, of Motley, aud Matheny, «of St. Mathias, stopped Saturday night at Mr. Rail's. •John Puckham, of Motley, is the guest -of Wm, Jones this week. Geo. Edeburn aud Mr. Mushatt re­ turned home from the Falls Wednesday, where they perved as jurors while court -^convened. Morrill. March 21.—Herb Blaisdell had a chop­ ping bee on t-he 16th. H«»rb, this looks ^suspicious. Clyde Young made a business trip to Princeton the latter part of the week, 'Clyde was jjone oyer Sunday, which 'looks suspicious too. Stuhl & ...

Publication Title: Little Falls Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 1 April 1898

VOL NO. 6. mm IK DAYS 'How I Came to Morrison County." By O. A. COE As my readers will see, I made a little mistake. The Indian outbreak was in 1862 instead of 1863. It was in July, 1863, that the noted Sioux chieftain, Little Crow, was killed. It was in the summer of 1863 that an intense drouth oc­ curred and lasted until next summer It was in '63 that »ve had news of the gallant fighting of our men in the south. That fall the provost marshals ot the state made an en­ rollment of all the male citizens, preparatory to the draft. Resist­ ance was made in some cases, but no serions disturbances took place as in other states. In the winter of '64 Tom Hayes, William Pedley, Joseph and Frank Houde and I freighted from Anoka to Grand Rapids for the Garlson and Whitehead Lumber company. We hauled some flour, but. mostly feed for the horses, etc. We had to go to Leech lake, where there was a camp. When we got there one of the firm did not want to give us what he had agreed to, but Tom Hayes...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 1 April 1898

mmm® 5 $• EPORT IS PUBLIC Findings of the Maine Board of Inquiry Finally Submit­ ted to Congress. Conclusion Reached That the Vessel Was Wrecked by a Submarine Mine. MESSAGE ACCOMPANIES IT Formal Statement From the President, but No Rec­ ommendations. Spain !s Notified, and Is Re­ lied Upon to Do the ProperThing. "WASHINGTON, E Stetson, Is It As Pleasant Spring Suits The leader this year. Price.. $3.50 $4.00, $4.50, $5.00. Men's and Boys' Outfitter 29.—The March presi­ dent has sent to congress the report of fche Maine board of inquiry into the loss of that battleship.' Accompanying the seport was the following message to congress: To the Congress of the United States: For some time prior to the visit of -the Maine to Havana harbor our con* aular reports pointed out the advan­ tages to follow from the visit of na­ tional ships to the Caban waters in ac­ customing the people to our flag as the dwick. uEuram mm LIEU*CVV\ TtrnORj. W. SAMPSON & T,-, BOARD Or INQUIRY. •ymbol of good ...

Publication Title: Little Falls Herald
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 1 April 1898

FIRST NATIONAL I K. Dr. F. L. Sweany, A323 State SL, Cor. Congrats, Chicago For the speedy and permanent eifi Of all NERVOTS, CHRONIC PRIVATE DISEASES, even is their most ugmnted forms. Write in strict confidence and receive opinion npoo tour case and Tal ~ble book of information FBEE. Do not delay. TWO EIVERS MUTUAL FIRE INS. 00. JOHN HAESECK, Pres. S. SCHWIENTEK, Secy. Writes Insurance in the towns of Two Rivers, Elm Dale, Swan River and Brock way. ate, TlirecHills 011 the Dollar Farmers in above named towns should ftvestigrate. Address or call on secretary at forth Prairie, Minn. Morphine OPIUM, CHLORAL AND COCAINE HABITS A radical, positive and permanent cure Guaranteed in 5 days» Absolutely harmless* Jo tapering off" process No substitu- tiOQ method* F°r particulars address la strictest confidence R. A. GUNN, M.D., 41 East 21st Street, New York City. THEINFLUENGE of the Mother shapes the course of unborn generations—goes sounding through all the "ages and enters the confines of...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 1 April 1898

Y-:frs /$(*? ST%* -:-w- s&s-: Sf )jr a* St, I: aWBWHMBiSi LTTfLE FILLS HERALD ESTABLISHED, 1889. LITTLE FAIJ.S ifl'NUNG COMPANY CHA8. E. VA8ALY. EDITOR. THE HERALD ie published Every Friday Morning at 201 Broadway, Vasaly Block. Entered as second-class m&ll matter. Subscribers orderiDg address of their pa­ pers changed must always gh th?lr former •a well as their present address. ,rr All papers are continued unless an explicit order Is received for discontinuance ana un­ it all arrearages are paid. The date to which a subscription is paid is printed after the address. Subscribers wishing magazines or other odlcals can have same in connection with Deri Tn 'VK HERALD at. reduced rates. 81.50 PER YEAR* FRIDAY. APR. 1. Our Circulation. Printers' Ink (New York): The Little Falls, Minn., Herald is credited with the largest circulation accorded to any paper in Little Falls or in Morrison county. Hon. D. M. Clough seems deter, mined to select his own successor and the successor of S...

Publication Title: Little Falls Herald
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 1 April 1898

i« vr. English walnuts.. 10c Fine oranges, per doz 15c Lemons, per doz.....,, 15c DRIED FRUIT Fancy evap. apples lb .. 10c Large Cal. prunes, lb 8c Medium 5c, 21 lbs $1.00 New Cal. raisins, ib.,.. 5c Fancy Cal. peaches, lb.. 10c CAN GOODS Fancy Cal. apricots .... 15c peaches .... 15c Good can peaches 12c Fine can corn, 3 for.... 25c Good Lima beans, 3 for. 25c Golden wax beans, can.. 10c Salmon steak (Columbia river).. .. 15c Sardines, per can 5c Mstrd sardines, lrgecan 8c Best golden syrup, gal.. 25c Good N. O. molasses, gal 25c Parlor matches, 12 boxes 10c Household ammonia in large bottles 15c Good bulk baking pow­ der, per lb 10c lb can baking powder 5c 1 lb Imperial Soda 5c 3 packages yeast, any kind 10c 1 lb package macaroni.. 10c Sago, tapioca, pearl bar­ ley, per lb 5c Hominy, per lb 4c Try a sack rye graham 20c Swift's fancy bacon .... 10c ham 10c Swift's Cal. ham 7c A full line of smoked, salted and spiced fish on hand for lent. COFFEE Arbuckle, Lion or any other kind pkge...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 1 April 1898

By* £l\.1 Professional Cards. O. Gof Dr LBSI.I£ ~i& BERTRAM, M. Physician andiur l^- geon, SwanTille, Minn. German poken. Office in Swanvilk Pharmacy. Office lours: 8 TO 10 a. m. 1 to 3 p. m. 6 ta^8 p, m. M. A. FORTIER. M.D., C.M..Graduate Victoria University, Montreal, Gfinada. Surgeon to St.tGanrlel Hospital. Office hours S to lO a. m. and 2 to 4 p. in. Office over Wetzel's drug store re«ideuce corner of First street and First ave. N. E. LM. M. ROBERT3, physician and surgeon. D. Philadelphia, Pa. L. P. G. London, England. Specialty, nose, throat and ear. Office hours: 9 to 11a. m., 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 p. m. Telephone. Residence at Hotel Buekman. Offices in Rhodes block. Jgeon. G. Mlbl/SPAUGH, physician and sur H'lynn ock. Offic hours: 1. 4 p. m. and 7 to 8 p. m. Resident corner Third ave. and Third St S. E. C. TRACE, M. D. Physician and surgeon. Surgeon to .St, GabrieLs Hospital. Surgeon to Northern Pacific R. R, Office hours: 9 toll a. m., to 2 ,o 5 Officein Lindbergh biocK. Re...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 1 April 1898

MECHANICS .Removed to... Stein way Knabe Story & Clark. Ludwig I Krell Royal 1 Easy THE BEST WASHING POWDER Spring Openin jVIILLIfiEPY Our hats are the SWELL hats, so they told us during the opening and a great many of our cus­ tomers have made their selections, but we are getting a great many more hats in every day and would be £lad to take your orders at any time. TflMOSHflNTERS P08 BOYS BHD GIRLS JUST RECEIVED. In our eagerness to please the ladies we have not forgotten the children J-leavv Shelf HOSCH J, W. BERG,-Jffl Mafdwafe AND FARMING FFESH DPUGS Lipdbergh Block, CHAS. H. BROWN City Dnae COR. BROADWAYAND FIRST STS PRESCRIPTIONS A SPECIALTY. ^iHiiiHiiiHiiiiiiiiiHiyiHHiiiiaiiiinHiiiiimuHiiiHnmiiiiimiiiiiniflmimiBgg Pianos Organs Art S 7i Sash, Blinds, Doors, Building Paper, Lime, Cement, Iron, Steel, Poal. OLIVER CHILLED PLOWS TOOLS L. D- BROWN, Pioneer Drag Store. SIdoz?© FI.VS\ BLOCK. FIVE LANGUAGES SPOKEN TUbfG Smith & Barnes --L Farrand & Yoty Story & Clark...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 1 April 1898

Ck r 14. I*®, HHL MMy m?W4h wM® ff. iMsm North Prairie. March 29.—Stephen Rassierwas blown over to North Prairie by the storm last Sunday. Ho is going to top a fcW day* every we^k at this place. A few younkers, among whom was Stephen Mrosla, were over at John Sch'*iutek'rt in Opole a week ago San day. Steve had a bottle of alcohol in hip pocket and as he began to jump around the room the pocket tore and down came the bottle. The bottle broke, ana, as an invalid at home was strongly in meed of it, Steve was obliged to go and buy some more, even though it was midnight at the time. Miss Josephine .Johnson's scholars gave an entertainment to a nice crowd iasb week. The program consisted of a number of dialogues and recitations and was well conducted. John Sehroeder, of Opole, had a run­ away last Tuesday morn ng. His horses took fright before anyone was on the •wagon anc." made a circle around the field. He has a young team that is quite skittish. Anton Sobinch, who recently bought tlis...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 8 April 1898

_ki I They Brooded Over Council Tuesday Night. •I MS* the MECUSKER ELECTED PRESIDENT The Majority's Slate Got Fractured Rather Badly During the Evening. Contrary to the expectations of many, the new council organized without trouble on Tuesday evening. A large number were present, and as the council did not go into executive session, they were given a chance to view the proceedings. It was* understood that the alder­ men from the First and Third wards had combined on organization. Me cusker was elected president and Turner vice president without oppo­ sition. It was also claimed that the same aldermen had an understand­ ing on appointments, but if there was a slate, it broke in two, as the Third ward men are not particularly happy over Coleman's selection as janitor. E. P. Adams was elected city at­ torney without opposition. On street commissioner an infor­ mal ballot resulted: E. G. Hill, I Geo. Keeler, 1 Chas. Lafond, 3 J. D. Hatten, 1. The formal ballot elected Lafond, he receiv...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 8 April 1898

WV svttv v.? Sfe it wsm SfhUKrt tr Is It As ns Spring Suits MAT Stetson, The leader this year. Price.. $3.50, $4.00, $4.50, $5.00. isgm A TOWN WIPED OUT FEARFUL CATASTROPHE OCCURS AT SHAWNEETOWN, ILLS. Caused by the Breaking of the Levee. Death List Not So Great as First Re­ ported, but Will Still Probably Reach a Hundred—Most of the Buildings in the Town Swept Away. RIDGEWAY, Ills., April 5.—Almost two score bodies of victims of the Shawneetown flood have been recov­ ered and hundreds of homeless people are dependent upon charity for food and shelter. The death list is likely to_ "be largely increased when definite in­ formation from the negro quarter, which suffered most, is secured. The flood burst upon these people without warning and owing to the weak con­ struction of their shanties they toppled over in the rush of water, leaving their inmates no means of getting out of danger. Hundreds of people who lived farther front sovjght safety on roofs and in upper stories, or Made a R...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 8 April 1898

m-am 1 FIRST .v NATIONAL 'v 4 L»1 ECTORB A. Davidson, C. A. Lindbergh, M. M, Williams, Peter W, Blake, Wm.Davidson Theo. Wold, H. C. Garvin, Drew Musser. R. M. Weyerhauerer, C. D.Hawley, A. R. Davidson. Transact a general banking business, buy and sell torelgn and domestic exchange. Pay nterest on time deposits WHEN OTHERS FAIL. CONSULT Or. P. L. Swaany, A323 StattSL. Car. CMgmi, Chicago For the speedy sad permanent cor* of all NfiRVOVS, CHRONIC PRIVATE DISEASES, even in their moit aggravated forma. Write in strict confidence and receive opinion upon xonr case and val* ~bie book of information FREE. Do not delay. TWO RIVERS MUTUAL FIRE IKS. 00. Jobs HAESECK, Pres. S. SCHWIENTEK, Secy. Writes Insurance in the towns of Two Rivers, Elm Dale, Swan River and Brock way. Rate, Tlirec Kills on the Dollar Farmers in above named towns should nvestijjate. Address or call on secretary at North Prairie, Minn. OPIUM, CHLORAL AND COCAINE HABITS A radical^ positive and permanent cure guaranteed in ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 8 April 1898

I i' LITTLE FALLS HERALD ESTABLISHED, 1889. LITTLE FALf S iH' STING COMPAN CHA8. E.VASALY. EDITOR. THE HERALD is published Every Friday Morning at 201 Broadway, Vasaly Block. Entered as second-class mail matter. Subscribers ordering address of their pa perB changed must always gi\ *»th*ir former well as their present address. All papers are continued unless an exolicit .order is received for discontinuance and ua a all arrearages are paid. The date to which a subscription is paid is printed after the address. Subscribers wishing magazines or other periodicals can have same in connection with THE HERAI.D at. reduced rates. S1.50 PER YEAR. FRIDAY. APR. 8. Our Circulation. Printers' Ink (New York): The Little Falls, Minu., Herald is credited with the largest circulation accorded to any paper in Little Falls or in Morrison county. 9 CALL FOR DEMOCRATIC STATE CON­ VENTION The democratic state convention for the state of Minnesota is her by called to meet in the city of Minneapolis on Wed...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 8 April 1898

wi"%r !t Pry r?£ English walnuts 10c Pine oranges, per doz 15c Lemons, per doz 15c DRIED FRUIT Fancy evap. apples lb .. 10c Large Cal. prunes, lb... 8c Medium 44 Fancy Cal. apricots .... 15c 44 peaches .... 15c Good can peaches 12c Fine can corn, 3 for.... 25c Good Lima' beans, 3 for. 25c Golden wax beans, can.. 10c Salmon steak (Columbia river) 15c Sardines, per can 5c Mstrd sardines, lrgecan 8c Best golden syrup, gal.. 25c Good N. O. molasses, gal 25c Parlor matches, 12 boxes 10c Household ammonia in large bottles 15c Good bulk baking pow­ der, per lb 10c lb can baking powder 5c 1 lb Imperial Soda 5c '3 packages yeast, any kind 10c 1 lb package macaroni.. 10c Sago, tapioca, pearl bar­ ley, per lb 5c hominy, per lb 4c Try a sack rye graham 20c Swift's fancy bacon .... 10c 44 Miss Viva Puliman. of Pembina, N. D., is employed at Mrs. Close's millinery store. A. Lindbergh, formerly with the late 0. P. Johnson, and recently of Redwood Falls, is working for T. J. Mathieson. The shoe rep...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 8 April 1898

O• HC =1 .?• f: ii& is I, BERTRAM, M. Physician and aur jreon, Swanrille, Minn. Gf rraan poken. Office in Swanvilte Pharmacy^ Office lours: p. m. 8 TO 10 a. m. 1 to 3 p. m. 6 to 8 Cof M. A. FORTIER. M.D., C.M..Gradnate Victoria University. Montreal, Canada. Surgeon to" St. Gabriel Hospital'. Office hours 8 xo 10 a. m. and 2 to 4p, m. Office over Wetzel's drug, store resiueuce. cdrner of First street and First ave. N. E. LM. M. ROBERTS, physician and surgeon. D. Philadelphia, Pa. L. P. G. 0. London, England. Specialty, nose, throat and ear. Office hours: 9 to 11a. in., 2 to 4 ana 6 to 8 m. Telephone. Residence at Hotel Bnckman. Offices in Rhodes block. G. MILLSPAUGH, physician and sur­ geon. H'lynn ock. Offic hours: 1 4 p. m. and 7 to 8 p. m. Kesidencj corner Third ave. and Third St S. E. J. O. C. TRACE, M, D. Physician and surgeon. Surgeon to „St, Gabriel,s Hospital. ^Surgeon to Northern Pacific R. R. Office hours: 9 toll a. m., to 2 ,o 5 p. m, Officein Lindbergh biock. Residenc...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 8 April 1898

5&4 1 A 6 THE .Removed to... 1 Pianos .»: Stein way Kuabe Story & Clark Ludwig Krell Royal Sniith/$ Barnes Easy Payments.. WASHING POWDER Spring Openin .OF. 1VIJLU]MEFY Our hats are the SWELL hats, so they toid us during the opening and a great many of our cus­ tomers have made their selections, but we are getting a great many more hats in every day and would be glad to take your orders at auy time. TAlHOSHflKIERS FOR BOYS AND GIRLS JUST RECEIVED. In our eagerness t( please the ladies we have not forgotten the children $ Shelf Hafdwafe HOSCH J, W. BERG Jtt peavv MECHANICS aND FARMING TOOLS L. O- BROWN, Pioneer Drug Store. FFESH DpUGS Lipdbergh Block. CHAS. H. BROWN City X33?-ixe SI303?© FL1MM Bl.Otfi. COR, BROADWAYAND FIRST STS PRESCRIPTIONS A SPECIALTY. FIVE LANGUAGESSPOKEN SfUbfO 7k Sash, Blinds, Doors, Building Paper, Iiime, Cement, Iron, Steel, Coal. OLIVER CHILLED PLOWS JS Farrand & Voty Story & Clark 1 HVaV°-»' Dyer Bros. :x Chicago Cottage ZITHER. "P.wa.'E'.'M...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 8 April 1898

4 nm. WfWSM April 5.—The following personal prop­ erty will be Hold by chattel mortgage sale at Hubert Bares' place in the vil­ lage of Pierz on April 14th, at 10 o'clock a. m.: Two horses, one sleigh, one wagon and one chain harness. A. Macho and 0. Stangl went to St. Paul Tuesday, the 5th, to attend the semi-annual meeting of the German Itoman Catholic Life Insurance Associa­ tion of Minnesota, as directors from the St. Joseph Society of Pierz. Mrs. D. Spanfellner will sell her house and lot in lower town now occupied by F. Kammermier, for $100. To Belle Prairie: If you want any in­ formation regarding a creamery, come to Pierz, the well experienced creamery town, or apply to C. H. Great of Little Fall-. Jos. Bentfeld went to Columbia Fdlle, Mont., last Saturday to attend the fun­ eral of Lis daughter, Mrs. John Mc­ Gregor, who died there April 2nd, after a short illness, at the age of 34 years. A new society, the Sr. Vincent de Paul society, was organized here last Sunday, with a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 15 April 1898

I 4 MS it VOL 10. NO. 8. THE HAND OF DEATH It Rests Heavily Upon Sev­ eral Families This Week. MORTALITY OUITE UNUSUAL Mr. and Mrs. August Neu man Die Within an Hour of Each Other. Dan O'Donnel, a prominent farmer of the town of Swan Uiver, died a,t his home in that town early Mon­ day morning, of heart disease, aged 42 years. Mr. O'Donnel was ill with inflam­ matory rheumatism about fifteen years ago, ami had never been real well since. Heart disease developed, and for the last few years he had been quite feeble. Henry Kinney, Mr. O'Donuel's nephew, lived with him, Mrs. O'Donnel having died nine years ago. About 3 o'clock Monday morp/ng Mr. O'Donnel called his nephew to him, and asked to be put in an arm chair—then told Kinney to open the door. Then he asked to be put back on the bed, but before Kinney reached him he was dead. Mr. O'Donnel was born in St. Louis, Mo. He came to this county in 1872 with his parents, who sur­ vive him, besides five sisters and two brothers. The deceas...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 15 April 1898

4 ia-'S IT 5£lJ ,: & is. i. w- C—-V x^\ 1^1 rT Stetson, The leader this year. Price.. $3.50, $4.00, *54.50, $5.00. FIFTY WERE KILLED ALASKA GOLD3EEKERS CAUGHT IN A SNOW SLIDE While Goiu Through Chilkoot Pass. Hundred People Buried and. Those Who Escaped Death Were Injured. Southerly Storm of Wind and Rain the Cause of the Catastrophe. SEATTLE, Wash., April li.—Later details received from Alaska increa.se the horrors of the avalanche in the Chilkoot pass instead of lessening iti Sixty-nine dead bodies have thus far been recovered anji the names of 150 missing have been reported unaccount­ ed for. It is barely possible that some of these had succeeded in crossing the pass before the avalanche occurred. A conservative estimate is that between 75 and 100 persons were killed. The following is a list of those whose bodies have been found: Andrew Anderson, San Francisco E. D. Atwood, New York Atkins, Ida­ ho Albert Augland, Tacoma A. D. Bis sell, Seattle C. Beck, Sanford, Fla. Walter C...

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