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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 20 December 1901

•$jL •i ••fi Lady's Desk Home washed flannels are nice and test longer .when one knows how to •do the washing. The chief-points to be remembered are that flannels must not be -either into hot or eolduwetorr-they must not be dried too, quickly nor yet •099S0 to hai^eboirtfJkf^ thaw jret and to preserve the color ot A neat little desk, finished in golden oak. Worth $6-5°. ti no Christmas price (DiiUU Colonial Rockers Large Arm Comfort Rocker or Chair, upholstered with hair, covered best quality olive leather, golden oak frame, polish finish. Worth $28, Christmas price lPUv«UU Fine Leather Couches Morris Chair Muslo cabinet able shelves. Xmas prices Tabourette HOW TO WASH FLANNELS. falati to Remember to Preserve WotI texture at the wool no alkalies should be wed.'' Take a. quarter at csnpq^nd of 1soap, 4bnd .lt Toy fine aid plot loli ia 4tuMhd saoeepan. eorer wtth,eiie flat cold water, bring It slowly to a bad. and wfin all the ease IS dto aMd ft 1s randy tor use. Thto Is aw wy dirty, ...

Publication Title: Little Falls Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 20 December 1901

'ttr i. ^S^^^seph THE BACHELOR'S CHRISTMAS. He stretctyew and yawna and rubs at his eye*,' Poor old bachelor! No loved ones troop in to implore, him to rise. Poor old bachelor! The room is in order, his trousers are where He hung them last night, on the back of the chair. And the change that he left In his pockets Is there Poor old bachelor! No flrea to start and no furnace to shake. No loved ones around to spend all he can make. Poor old bachelor! No chiding for what he neglected to do He sits down alone when his breakfast Is through And he reads—and ho get* to remembering, too! Poor old bachelor! Ho walks through the streets and sees wreaths that are green. Ho hears happy voices, *ad knows what they mean. Poor old bachelor! The church bells are ringing—"Re joter, yef"V they say The .choirs are singing—he trudges away. And sits down alone, at the close of the day- Poor old bachelor! The hair that falls over his temples is white. Poor old bachelor! Long—long, he looks out at the glo...

Publication Title: Little Falls Herald
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 27 December 1901

I: run CREEK "A Happy NewYear to all the He r *1 dreaders,: John Wfclkowiak visited at Ladoax ItoDcfay. .Mr. aud Mrs. A. WtJier, Mr, and Mr«. F. Jones, ArthurWeber aad Miss Ro-e McDaoiei visited friends in Ledoux Wednesday. The house of Aaton Becker quaran­ tined on account of smallpox. We have never seen a year when we think we shall ga as slow on potatoes as next year. In the first plane, the -seed potatoes will be high priced, and then tbeie willbeendugh who will plant large areas, expecting. to duplicate the exper­ ience of the past year only to have mur­ phies to give away a year from next spring. Anton Weber dfd some papering work for Chas. Kainoski of Swan River. Mr. and Mrs. J. Kunza and^Miss Rena Viechorek of Ledoux were pleasant visi tors Monday. Miss Rose McDaoiei went to Little Falls Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Kuffel were at Little Falls Thursday. Wanted—Some sort of au auiraa' whick will eat up elean the 30 per cent wastage on coru fodder fed from the bun­ dle. Mr. and...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 27 December 1901

TOE STUR6IS WAGER A DETBCTIVE STORY. By EDGAR MORETTE. Oopyrlght, ISM. by Frederick A. Stoke* Co. [Con tinned.] SYNOPSIS. _W CHAPTER, I—Scene of story la In New city. Time, early evening, last day year. Cable train collides with cab, rowing to ground cabman and passen »r also seated outside. Latter disappears: ben, Inside the c&b, body of man shot lead Is discovered. Sturels, reporter, ex­ amines cab and surroundings. SH: CHAPTER 11—Later thai evening, at staff dinner party, Sturgis, In Impromptu discussion, maintains reliability of cir­ cumstantial evidence. Dr. Murdock, fa­ mous Chemist, wagers in reply $5,000 to $100 that from any dally paper he can select an nnsOlvable riddle. Sturgis takes bet. CHAPTER Ill—Case selected Is of two mysterious shots flred that afternoon tn or near Knickerbocker bank. Man had been seen running from bank with valise, and arrested. Man said he stole valise (rem bank steps and was shot at. Valise eontalned nothing of interest. CHAPTER IV—Sturgis s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 27 December 1901

If* 1 SECERTARY OF THE NAVY COM- CURS IN SCHLEY COURT FINDINGS. Queetion of Command Did Not Enter Into the Inquiry and an Opinion on That Point Was Out of Order— Ap- proves the Recommendation of the •V Court That No Further Proceedings Be Had in the Case. Washington. Dec. 23.—Secretary Long has disposed finally of the J^chley case so far as the navy depart & ment is concerned by acting upon the findings and conclusion of the court of inquiry., He approved the findings of fact and _' the opinion of the full court he ap­ proved the majority opinion where holds that the court could not have en tered into a consideration of the ques -1 tion of command at the battle of San tiago and finally he accepts the recom mendation that no further proceedings VBtoall be had. The secretary also has declined the Application of Admiral Sampson's counsel to enter upon an inquiry into the question of command and had no­ tified Admiral Schley's counsel of that fact as a reason for declining to hear t...

Publication Title: Little Falls Herald
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 27 December 1901

."•v LITHE FALLS HERALD ESTABLI8Hsi. 1889. LfiALD PRINTING COMPANY OHA8. Es. VASALY. BDITOR. P. J. VASALY,fASST. EDITOR. THIS HERALD Is published Everr Friday Morning at 122 Broadway, "Vaeely Block. Entered as second-class mall matter, Subscribers ordering address of tbelr pa (ten changed mrnst always gh their lormei sreil as their present address. Ail papers are continued unless an explicit order is received for discontinuance and um 11 all arrearages are paid. The date to which a subscription is paid ib printed after the address. BabscriberB wishing magazines or othei periodicals can have same in connection with Tac HERALD at reduced rates. S1.50 PER YEAR. 1901 DECEIBEE 1901 Su. Mo. Tu. We. Th. Fri. Sat. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 .24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 FRIDAY, DEC. 27. The president has repri­ manded General Miles for say­ ing that he approved Admiral Dewey's report on Admiral Schley. The head of the army and the head of the navy have the approv...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 27 December 1901

It is all coffee—pure coffee— strong and of delicious flavor. Some coffees are varnished with a cheap coating of eggs, glue or other equally noxious substances The nealed package insures uniform quality ana freshness. RIPLEY. Dee. 24—Mips Anna McrMuiel cloBed lier school in Diet. No. 42 Friday. She will have a two weeks vacation. Amede Doucette is buying potatoes for an Iowa man, Mr. Doucette chipped his car Thursday. Adalph Briland and John Greuier left Monday to work on the Nichols'd camp. Miss Flora Hayes had a Christmas tree put in her school afc Belle Prairie Friday night. The_ attendance was large. lliss Clata Ledoax is working for cousin, Mrs. F. X. Heroux of Little Falls. Misa Annie McDaniel walked from her school to Little Falls a week ago in about two hours and a half, a distance of about eleven miles. Quite good. Married. J. H. Russell, one of the leading business men of Royalton, and Mien Blanche Martin, were married at Royalton last Saturday evening by Bev. Bacon of the...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 27 December 1901

Professional Cards BEROHEIM DB.of Jp,G. & CAMKROM, Attorneys and ii.uuKellorH at Law. Notarle* Pubic. Examination ofland mien, probating of es­ tate*, •ollectionia, real estate, loans. All bus lnea» attenkd to strictly and energetically. (mmvpondeMe eolleltfd. Offices, 1-3 Buck. mail Btetk. kittle Falls. Minn. R.H. MERO. Dentist. Specialtiesmade o!Crown and Bridge Work and Straigbt •ninfc Irregular Teeth. Gas or oduntunder (Or paliile«8 extraction of teeth. Over the fair Stoer. Gof il. A. FOltTlJIK, C.M.,(jfHUU .us Victoria -Oniv^rBity. Montreal. Cftnada, Surgeon to St. Gabriel Hospital. Office hours 8 to 10 a. m. and 2 to 4 p. in. residence ave. N. E. Offlfe over Wetiol's drug store corner of Third street aud Second LOffice M. HOBERT8, physician aud surgeon. in Rhodes block. Office hours, 9 to 1-1 a. ni.. 2 to 4 tnd 6 to 8 p. m. Resi­ dence Buckman lotel. Phone connections. MILL.SPAUGH, physician and sur geon, Flyn block. Office hours: 1 to 4 a. and 7 to 8 p. ra. Residence corn...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 27 December 1901

S The Leading Grocers. iiOwsHt Prices. Satisfaction Guarantee £,"»• est beans only are used. xtra care exercised inblending.. ocoa shells and dirt are removed. dulterations not permitted. Use of most improved machinery. Standard of merit- our watchword. ndless watchfulness during manufacture. Cost no move than others. Morrison Co. Roller Hills. Tte. G-IBSOU ...peirtist... In practice 25 years. Residence and Office Close Block, Little Falls. Dr. MBRO DENTIST. Rhodes Block, Little Falls American H" use, JOHN RSBJDB. Pro^, Good Accommodation FRANK J. JOHN, Manufacturer of and Be&ler in Harness u* Saddlery and everything usually kept In a PIANOS, ORGANS, SEWING MACHINES. AND J. W. BER6 I Hsauij aca Sh@IF Hardwars f| S Sash, Blinds, Doors. Building Paper, Lime, ss 55 Cement, Iron, Steel, Coal and OLIVER CHILLED PLOWS.... |j= Mehanic's and Farming Toots iniiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiinuiiniiiiiiinuiiiiiiuiinui* THE CHICAGO POST Every FARMER should read dai...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 27 December 1901

I fAWNOAlf. Bee. 21—Mis* Mat tie Sutliff returiifd from Waseca,to spend Christmas vaia tion'with ber parents,{Mr. and Mrs. F« A. Satliff. Miss Ida Morrison of Little Falls is visiting friends here this week. Peter Nerverson of Swan River pass* through here]Saturday. Feed, more OHCH. Peter, then call on our brouco hastier—Jim Larson. He will take a dog in exchange. Neil O'Donnell and Christ Larsen hauled ties to Flensburg Saturday. J. R. O'Donnell and E. i. Satliff, Jr., visited the county seat today. Simon Sobieck was in Little (Falls on business Saturday. Miss Bridget left here today for a vis­ it, leaving Anson broken hearted. B. Taylor sold eighty acres of land to Sol Blair for f1000. S. P. Czeck from Thief River Falls vis­ ited his sister, Mrs. J. R. O'Donnell, L. Larson has decorated his horse with a new harness. Mr. Dougan gave a lecture at the school house in district 132Saturday evening. Mr, Koch of Swanville is erecting a cheese factory in this locality. Lewis Larson visite...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 3 January 1902

J^Ht ',mr VV"i% V.W ?ffp ••.•f- 1 IV 1) 1 5« New Train on the Branch, Sauk Centre Avalanche: It is one i# of.the probabilities that Sank Cen ti% will sooi have better passenger service on the Northern Pacific road between ti.Ucitv, Morris and Little Falls, n. kinsr connections. at the latter place with main line trains both ways, and giving this city and other t«wr»s along this line of the Northern Pacific a direct outlet to Duluth and the Twin.Cities.- A representative of the Avalanche took the matter up with the general passenger department of the road, while in St. Paul last Monday. The matter came up incidentally, and tha newspaper man was at once re­ ferred «.o Assistant General Passen­ ger Agent Cleland, who went over the situation quite thoroughly with the writer. Conditions were explained to him and after a hf*lf hour's conference, Mr. Clel and assured the Avalanche that he would take *the matter up with the officials concerned and see if we couldn't be given a passenger tra...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 3 January 1902

V, 'a New Train on the Branch. A Sauk Centre Avalanche: It is one -t ot tbe probabilities that Sauk Cen­ tra will soo "i have better passenger service on tie Northern Paoflc road between ti.is city, Morris and Little Falls, n-tkinir connections at the iatterflaee with main line trains both wavs, and giving this city and other towns alone this line of the Northern Pacific a direct: outlet to Duluth and the Twin Cities. A representative of the Avalanche took the matter up with the general passenger department of the road, while in St. Paul last Monday. The matter came up incidentally, and tha newspaper man was at once re­ ferred *.o Assistant General Passen­ ger Agent Cleland, who went over the situation quite thoroughly with the writer. Conditions were explained to him and after a, half hour's conference, Mr. Cleland assured the Avalanche 3? that he would take the matter up with the officials concerned and see if we couldn't be given a fcasseBger train. The present service is only on...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 3 January 1902

:m{ -i 45 six I® THE STJUROIS WAGER I $ A DEIBGTIVE STORY By EDGAR MORETTB. Copyright, 1890, by Frederick A.Stoke* Co- S SYNOPSIS. _CBUUPTBR I—Scene of story la to New |f» W. Tune, early evening, last day 9f 7Py. Cable train collides with cab, wo Win* to tround cabman and passen fE*' seated outside. Latter disappears: 5*wu tawlde the cab, body of man shot •**d Is discovered. sturms, reporter, ex ftaunei cab and surroundings. CHAPTER IX—Later that evening, at •tap dinner party, Sturgls, In Impromptu •Iscutalon, maintains reliability of cir­ cumstantial evidence. Dr. Murdock, fa­ mous Chemist, wagers In reply 96,000 to 1100 any dallyjtaper he can select an onMhrable riddle. ffturgls takes bet CHAPTER. Ill—Case selected Is of two mysterious shots flred that afternoon In •r pear Knickerbocker bank. Man had been *t*n, running from, bank with valise, md wrested. Man said he stole valise Crtaa bank steps and was shot at. Valise WnMtWJ jiotlunK of Interest. CfliPMli IV—Sturgis secures appol...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 3 January 1902

FRANK PEAm MINNEAPOLIS ELEVATOR SUCCUMBS TO PNEUMONIA AT CHICAGO. Contracted a Si^ht Cold on Dee. SO end Took to His Bed Thai Night. Condition Varied, but Seemed Favor- able Until Nearly the End—Was Un­ conscious for an Hear and a Ha!f Be. fore His Demise. Pw. SI-—Frank H. Peevey at 2 o'clock a. m. te Aaif:CriOT9i i:nr»ox.\_tr^vre he was triers ek w*th pneumonia sev ((U Ri) $ *u»vu atuUkiuu luc Wst ni*v cs1 scieaee in this city was unabk- tf ev3»bat. He ras vmewhat better Saturday ar»^ today and his friends held out kc?f :\r a speedy recovery. Early Mosday morning he had a relapse and at octock he sank into unconscious b«s. which continued until death oc­ curred. Almost all the members of his fam­ ily were at his bedside when he breathed his lasC Mrs. Petvey was with him all through his illness, hav­ ing left a sick bed herself in Minneap­ olis when she was notified of his condi­ tion, Mr. Pesvey at the time of his death was one of the wealthiest citizens of Minneapo&s. Unaided ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 3 January 1902

It, 7/* FRANK PEAVE\ £M!3 1 ELEVATOR MINNEAPOLIS SUCCUMBS TO PNEUMONIA AT CHICAGO! Contracted a Slight Cold on Dec. 20 and Took to His Bed That Night. Condition Varied, but Seemed Favor­ able Until Nearly the End—Was Un­ conscious for an Hour and a Half Be- fore His Demise. Chicago, Dec. 31.—Frank H. Peavey of Minneapolis died at 2 o'clock a. m. !n the Auditorium Annex, where he was taken sick with pneumonia sev­ eral days ago and which affliction the best medical science in this city was una,ble to combat. He was somewhat better Saturday and Sunday and his friends held out hope for a speedy recovery. Early Monday morning he had a relapse and at 2 o'clock he sank into unconscious* ness, which continued until death oc­ curred. Almost all the members of his fam­ ily were at his bedside when he breathed his last. Mrs. Peavey was with him all through his illness, hav­ ing left a si ok bed herself in Minneap­ olis when she was notified of his condi­ tion. Mr. Peavey at the time of Us dea...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 3 January 1902

»r V. trCv UTfLE FALLS HERALD •8TABLIttH«ur, 1889. 1&A.LD FAINTING COMPANY OHA8. K. VA8ALY. BDITOIl. P. «|. VASALYj?A8ST, EDITOR. jfKK. HERALD Is published Every Friday Morning at 122 Broadway, Vasaly Block. Entered as second-class mall matter Sabscrlbera ordering address of their pa changed mast always gl\ their former 'iM well as thefr present address. 4" papers are, continued unless an explicit Order is received lor dlscoi flail arrearages are paid. The date to which a subscription is paid is •rtited after the address. Babscribers wishing magasines or other Mnoalcals can have same in connection with XBa Hibald at reduced rates. 81.50 PER YEAR. 1902 JANUARY 1902? 1 Su. Ho. Tu. We. Th. Pr. Sa. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 h-L CO 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 CO CO The Pioneer Press says General Miles lost his head when he was transferred from the West to the fetid atmos­ phere of Washington. It strikes us that a gentleman whose initials are T. R., is in exactly that same condition. ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 3 January 1902

8Jr== 2 Lion Coffee is 16 ounces of pure coffee to the pound. Coated Coffees are only about 14 ounces of coffee and two ounces of eggs, glue, etc., of no value to you, but money in the pccke of the roaster. I Died. Mrs. Wm. Stevens died at her home in this city SunfliiJ, night, of cancer, aged 39 years. was a widow and lea\es six childred. The funeral was held from the Church' of of the Sacred Heart Tuesday morn­ ing. The little daughter, two years old. of Mr. and Mrs. Adam Trafas, died Wednesday afternoon last week. The funeralwas held from^theOatholic church Friday. Mr. Trafas is a well known employe of the Minnesota Mill company. Born—to Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Hall of Clough, Dec. 29th, a son. Peter LaFond has sold to F, Lan glois his house on First avenue southeast for 9500. Mrs. John Cowick, who is at the Fergus Falls hospital, is reported as improving in health. MONEY to loan on improved farms at a low rate of interest. STEPHEN C. TASALY. S. H. liuncy will hanl a qaarter million f...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 3 January 1902

$ IP iS'-V. C?POWD 'If U- M^'v ^.v, $V •iSv, I ..J./, '-f, 1 Professional Cards BVRGHEIK & CAMKROJf, Attorne** ANA Uuuuseilora at Law. Notaries Pabiic. Eumtnation of laud titles, probating of es* tlw, «0ilec«t0DH, real estate, loans. All bus* taMpAitendsd to strictly and energetically (MHORiondenca solicited. Offices'. l-&Buek •uailWfaek. Little Falte, Minn. T\B. V.H. 1UCRO, Dentist. Specialtieemade JLr of and Bridge,Work and Straight- MlBfc' df Irregular Teetn. Gas or oduntunder for patelcws extraction of teeth. Oyer, the Valr Stoer. GOf M. A. FOKT1BR, M. D.. O.M.. Graduate Victoria University. Montreal, CtaMe, Surgeon to St. Oabrlel Hospital. Oflce hours 8 to 10 a. m. and 2 to 4 p. m. Office over Wetiol's drug store residence of Third street aua Second are. N. E. ROBERTS, elan and surgeon. LOffice ... In Rhodes block. Office hours, 9 to ML a. m„ 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 p. m. Resi­ dence Buck man 9otel. Phone connections. J• 6. MILLSPAUGH, physician and sur geon, Flyn block. Offi...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 3 January 1902

a GROCERb LVE^wtir^ Hsamj Close Block, Utile Falls. Dr. MERO DENTIST. Bhodes Block, Little Falls J. W. BERG M® Every FARMER should read daily The Chicago Post. Every LIVE STOCK Shipper should read dally The Chicago Post. Every PRODUCE Shipper should read daily The Chicago Post. Opportunity Gravel Mercantile Co., The Leading Grocers. Ijt WfMt Prices. Satisfaction Guarantee Props of Morrison Co, Roller Mills. JDx\ GriBsonsr ...p enlist... la practice 135 years. Residence unci Office American use, JOHN REEDE. Fro-. Good Accommodation "FRANK J. JOHN, Manufacturer of and Dealer in Harness and Saddlery and evervTlm.!- usually kopt jD ,L"X" RETAlKlNU Broadway .SPECIALTY. OLOM'S aa Little Falls, Minn PIANOS, ORGANS, SEWING MACHINES. i-... I 1CYLS Mii Fresh Drugs. Fine Collection of Chinese Cartas. Herbert Squiers, secretary of the United States legation in Peking, has just returned to this country on a long leave of absence. Mr. Squiers came into prominence in the absence of Minister Conger...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 3 January 1902

N M. & Bee. SI—The supervisors of the town of Pierz will meet at the Village Ua.ll on Monday, Jan. 6th, at 10 o'clock a. in. to receive bids to furnish the town 10 000 feet of oak plank .and 4,000 feet o* bridge timber. A grand dance will be given by tbe Pierz Union Band in the Dahmen & Grell Hall on Tuesday, Jan. 7tb. Everybody Invited to attend. Joseph Roch, who has been away from Piers the past foil rteen years returned last week, and will' visit relatives and friends here for about a month,-after which time he will return to Colorado, where he is interested in mining. Michael Wurzer will lea vein a few days for Winsted, Minn.} where he intends to spend the winter with old acquaintances. Jos. Kruger of Winsted, Minn., where is in town with the intention of buying a farm. The granary on the alley back of Bar­ ney Gross's hotel caught Are Friday night at 10 o'clock. The fire alarm was given by Willie Berg,and the fire depart­ ment was ori deck at on«e and put our the fire. ...

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