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Your Money' Worth
THE OMAHA DEC
Best tlT. West
ESTABLISHED JUNE 10, 1871.
OMAHA, SUNDAY MORNING, APRIL 22, 190G--FIVK RECTIOXS-HIIRTY-RIX TAOES.
SINGLE COPY FIVE CENTS.
Twin Citiet 8well Their Bounties for
Sufferers in California.
DOZEN CARLOADS MORE ARE SENT
Sunday Will Be Devoted to Collecting
Food, Baitnent and Cash.
WAGONS WILL CANVASS IN BOTH CITIES
Churches Will Appeal to Their Congrega
tions to Join in the Work.
PUBLIC SCHOOLS SOLICIT FOR VICTIMS
Bailroads Prepared with Trains to Speed
Stores to the Golden Gate.
NO UNWORTHY GIFT WILL BE ACCEPTED
With f liaracterlatlc Krai People ei
Two 'Hies Co-Operate la Cru
" sade of Feedlnc and
The second Ban Frnncfco relief train
from Omaha and Soutu Omaha Ii-ft laat
night on the I'nlon 1'aclflc at 6 S0 on a
Mxty-hour passenger train schedule for the
coast. The truln wus composed of twelve
of the Uncut typo of mod Li-n refrigerator
carts of uO,mj pounds capacity each. Three
tarn of Bo,(M pounds capacity each. Three
by tho Omaha relief committee, tight can
with meats ordered from Cudahy s by tho
Boston and Philadelphia committee and
One car with condensed milk ordered from
Puxton & Gallugher by Oeliich & Co.,
bunkers, New York City.
With the consignment last night the
Oniuiui relief commutes has sent eight
carloads of eatables and u small amount
The executive rtlief committee met in
the mayor's ottlce Saturday ut noon and
with a committee of wholesale grocers
completed arrangements for tilling three
more cars with food. The commodities lu
Uuded in the assortment are crackers,
coffee, sardines, canned corn, canned soup,
baked beans, hominy, cheese, rice, con
densed milk, canned peas and navy boaiid.
Twin Cities Hard at Work.
Omaha and South Omuha's work of col
lecting money and supplies for the relief
' or the people of Han Franclsoo and vicinity
lit going forward with undiminished vigor.
The five carloads of provisions sent Friday
cost about $10.5o0 at cost prices and ex
haunted the first day's subscriptions. The
collections of Friday and Saturday are
available for the purchase of fiesh sup
plies and great quantities of individual do
tuitions of foodstuffs and clothing are being
rrcelved at relief headquarters at the city
Sunday afternoon Omaha and probably
South Omaha will be covered by districts
With wagons for the collection of canned
ttoods, flour, cereals, bedding and clothing
la good condition.
Twenty Thousand Dollars.
It waa estimated at noon Saturday that
more than $20,000 had been subscribed for
the aid of tho California sufferers by Omaha
and South Omaha, Of this amount $iti,o.7.70
lias been paid to Treasurer Luther S. Drake
and .110,600 spent for the first batch of sup
plies sfnt Friday. Twenty , subscription
lists are in the hands of committees and
only a few of these have reported and then
only in part. Mayor Zlmmar. and County
Treasurer Fink had about $4W each col
lected. Of the amount paid In $125 came
from Nellgh and $12.(0 from Tender. Tho
biggest contribution reported Saturday was
tl.OOO from tha Union Stock Yards com
pany. One donation of 1300 was anonymous.
Churches Will Lend a Hand.
Collections in practically all of the
churches Sunday will be for the relief of
the homeless thousands on the Paclllc coast
and (he amounts will be turned over to the
Collections of supplies and money will be
aiade in the publlo schools Monday and
Tuesday and delivered tor shipment Tues
The committees In charge of the soliciting
of fund from the business, professional
and manufacturing Interests will keep at
work until their fields are exhausted and
they are told to stop.
The Omaha relief committee has decided
to send only clothing and supplies In good
condition and of assured worth to the Call
fornlans. Any unsuitable or badly dam
aged articles will be rejected. Nothing that
Is not worthy of the city will leave Omaha,
nd care will be taken neither to use up
valuable space in the baggage and freight
tars being transported on free special
trains by the I'nlon Fncltlc or insult the
unfortunate victims of the calamity.
Care la Parkin Goods.
Superintendent Morris of the Associated
Charities Is having the miscellaneous sup
piles packed with care and discrimination,
separating the various articles by classes
and marking the boxes plainly with their
The Cudahy Packing company has re
ceived ail order from the relltf committed
of Boston fur $36,000 worth of meat to be
sent to San Francisco. It waa sent out over
the I'nlon Pacific yesterday afternoon.
Swift nd Company's South Omaha house
lias donated two cars of hams, baron and
Siueage for the hungry at the Golden Gate.
These supplies were shipped yesterday aft
ernoon on a I'nion Pacitlc special with six
den cars from Milwaukee.
The most costly contribution sent by
Omaha so far is In meat. For the two
carloads shipped Friday $6.RCO will be paid
to the Cudahy Packing company. The re
mainder of the amount expended went for
givcerks and provision, Tbt supplies have
MAP OF SAN
WHAT THE MAP MEANS.
This map phowH thut part of Pan Fran
cisco lying immedlat"ly east of Golden
Gate park. The heavy dark line incloses
tho section destroyed by fire and earth
riunke. Right on the line in the lower
left hand corner of tho map are the old
Mission school bulldlnps. Almost directly
east of them, a little south, are the city
nnd county hofpltals. Stll! further east Is
the locnl depot of the Southern Pacific
railroad. l'.etween Mission und Howard
been furnished at cost and the trucking
and labor, a considerable item, has been
By Saturday morning the fire department
raised $123 and the polrce department $Ml
and turned over the amounts to Mayor
Zlmman through Chiefs Suiter and Dona
hue. Presiding Elder William Oont of the
Omaha district of tho Methodist church
has wired The Bee from Herman, Neb.:
To the Pnstors and Laymen of the Omaha
District: I will that every congregation
take offering Sunday for the relief of the
earthquake sufferers of Cnllfornli.
Appeal Through Schools.
The appeal through the schools issued
by Superintendent Davidson Is to the prin
April 21,'19-.-Piincipalsi rresldent Mc
Cague of the Board of Education author
izes me to direct you as principals to as
sist the local San Francisco relief commit
tee In the following manner:
A collection of money and canned goods
and cereals may be made through the
schools on Monday, April 23, and on Tues
day morning, April 24.
Kindly have the gathering of your dona
tion completed by a o'clock a. m. Tuesday,
April 21, as vans wjl cull at your build
ings at some time after S a. in. for the
canned goods and cereals. .
Send all money collected to this office
by Tuesday evening. April 24, so that the
amounts may be limmed over to the local
commit tee in one sum.
You need not hesitate to present this
mutter in such a light to jour children as
to bring through ihem the largest possible
collection for the kJlTeting puuple of Sau
i'u.tse note that the goods called for
indudo canned goous and ceieaU only.
Each principal will. 1 know, leei it a
pr iiego und a duty to urge upon her
teachers and pupils the nects-bity of mak
ing a prou.pt and generous tepoiiMi to tins
call. Vuuis t;ncerely,
W. M. D.W IDau.N. Supt. Instruction.
Mru aud leauia Needed.
To carry out I ne plan ol collecting sap
piles from ah oer Hie city duiiduy alter
noon the relief committee needd the Serv
ices of many teams and workmen. To se
cure this service Superintendent Morris
lias Issued the following appeal:
Fifty team and wagons and 150 men
are wanted for volunteer service Sunday
afternoon to assist m the work of can
vassing the enure city, hy districts, during
the afternoon for bedding, canned goods,
flour, cereals and good clothing. Wholesale
houses are u'ged to send their wagons,
horses and drivers; express companies and
van and transier companies are earnestly
requested to loan their vehicles and supply
drivers. It is likely, if we can get surticient
volunteers, that South Omaha will be can
vassed also. It Is drslred that the volun-
FRANCISCO SHOWING BURNED ShC I ION
streets, near the left of the map. Is shown
the I.ick bnthH. Along Market Htreet from
the left, the first building Is the famous
Mechanics pavilion, then the beautiful city
hull; across the street from fhe city hall
Is the new pnntofllce. F.ust of the post
ofllce the mint, which still stands, is
shown. Then comes the Metropolitan tem
ple, the Academy of Sciences and the Pio
neer building. Just eaft or these, between
Jesse and Mission streets, Is the Grand
Opera house; back on Market street again,
the group of tall buildings shown contains
the Spreckels (CnU building, the Mutual
Omulia has a relief committee or
ganized tc receive and send money
and provisions to San Francisco's
sufferers. Luther Drake, president
of the Merchants National bank, is
treasurer of the committee and will
receive cash donations at his bank.
The committee's headquarters for
receiving ard shipping provisions
are In tho basement of tho city hall.
Superintendent Morris of tho Asso
ciated Charities Is In charge. The
telephone number is Douglas-t89T.
South Omeba also has appointed a
similar relief committee, with J. O.
French, cashier of the South Omaha
National bank, as treasurer to re
ceive all girts.
teers report to me St relief headquarters
at the city hall ac 12 o'clock Sunday noon.
Honor Enoucb for All.
The Chicago Great Western is bringing
In thirteen cars of meat and flour from
Chicago by express to be turned over to
the Union Pacific at Omaha, All railroads
seem to have entered into a sort of con
test to see which can be the most expedi
tious In getting provisions across the coun
try. The occasion recalls the words of
Admiral Schley after the battle of San
tiago, "There will be honor enough for
Among the things sent to California on
the first relief train was a box of surgical
Instruments and dressing from H. J. Pen
fold and $10 worth of canned goods con
tributed by the children of Judge Lee 8.
Peter E. Her Saturday afternoon sent
2.500 pounds of graham, wheat and rye flour
to relief headquarters and twenty-five sacks
of potatues were received from various
sources. This stuff was loaded in the cars
sent out in the afternoon.
Omaha Will Do So.
The American Relief association of New
York has asked Mayor Zimman to have
Omaha furnish a car of supplies to be
placid on a tralnload of similar freight
leaving New York Sunday night and pick
ing up consignments enroute. The relief
committee has decided to comply with this
request and the car will be fitted out and
attached. Mayor Zimman has so responded
to the telegram.
Among the large contributions received
at the city hall relief headquarters during
the day was Ue following from Hayden
Eros.; Tbirty-sjx large eacks of flour, six
1 1 HS
Savings bank, the Examiner and Chronicle
buildings and the shaded portions show
tho site of the Palace hotel. Just beyond
the Palace hotel is the Wells Fargo bank.
Further on is the Mechanics monument
itnd at "the foot of Market street Is the
ferry depot. North of Market street In
the burned district, between Geary and
O'Farrell streets, is St. Mary's cathedral,
one of the famous church edifices of the
world. Almost due east of the cathedral
Is shown the site of the Dewey monument.
Directly north nf the monument Is Emman
uel synagogue' and Just north of this on
cases of canned meals, tl.rco largo cases
of baking powder, 1K) pounds of coffee and
a quantity of cheese. Tills will bo among
tho stuff reserved for tho American Relief
Omaha's Subscription List.
Barton , $J,0o0
A. Joalyn l.,wJ
L'nlou Stock i ttrds Co.
'travelers Protective aasocianon
First National bunk
Merchants' National bank.;
Omaha National bink
J. A. Creiuruuii
I ftlrs. K v . iash
.ietj rus i
laxion Gallagher ,
Krug Brewing Co
M. hi. Smith 6i Co
Allen ill os .
timaha Lodge of Elks
Wright & Wllhelmy company
Thomas Kilpuliick company
Cituens of Nellgh, Neb ,
St. Peters's gcuool children
Hay ward Bros. Shoe company
William G. Maul
T. J. Ala homy
G. M. Hitchcock
11. T. Clarke
McShane Lumber Co
F. A. Nash
J. L. Urandeis & Sous
P. E. Her
Lininger & Aletcalf
Orchard & Wilhclm
t'aluuiet Coffee House
By run Reed Co
Rlchurdson l'tug company
Chicago Lumber company
Nehiasku Funeral Directors' associa
tion B. A. Benson
National Association Stationary Eng. ,
Payne Investment Co
George & Co
I'. S. Supply company .-
Farlin. On-ndoi ff Martin
i itixens of I'ender, Neb
F. L. Goodrich
J. E. Rugg
George I ilden
A. M. Colarierl
J. B Ralph
H. II. Baldrlge t
Omaha Siove Repair Works
Triangle Lodge ,
F. T. Ransom
Klopp & Bartlett
Rees Printing company
A. 1. tlDOI
.'National printing company 25
Burkley Printing company 95
W. U Coakley y
R. C. Peters Co 25
W. F. Smith & Co a
A. F. Smith Co ?j
W. J. t'. Kenyon 2S
W. M. Davidson y
I. J. O'Brien Co
W. O. Gilbert
Omaha Printing Co
R. P and E O. Hamilton
Dr. R. 8. Hoffmen
Beatrice Creamery company.!
W. L Belby , k
Nob hill Is the Mark Hopkins Art. Insti
tute. The shaded portion Just above the
art Institute, lying between Stockton and
Kearny streets, with Dupont street run
ning through its center, Is Chinatown.
Opposite to Chinatown Is the Hnll of Jus
tice nnd the subtreasury of the I'nlted
States. Further north on Kearny street
Is the county, Jail. The customs house and
old postofflce are Just east of the Hall of
Justice. This entire district, which was
thickly built up, containing the best build
ings In the city, .and Its entire business In
terests, was completely burned over.
Rev. J. W. Steuson
W. 11. Green
Harrison i Morton
'J nomas Brennun
George L. Miller
Russell Brokerage company
tv. F. Shelcon
C. C. btebbins
r.ggers it o Flyng Co.'
Freight Claim Otlicc, C. B. A y. Ry...
Charles Rtibewater, M. D
j. J. Derlght
II. W. McClanahan
Rev. P. J. juoge
John W. Bobbins
Bohemian IntieiM ndent Order of
II. B. Davis
A. W. Kingman
11. P. Deuei .
N. B. Smith '.
Hall Distributor Co
Payne. Bostwick Co
Tho Putnam Co
R. A. Lenhard
Hastings et Ileyden
Festner Printing company ...
McCoy 4 Co
F. L. Campbell
W. F. Gui ley
J. F. Burgess
W. F. Gurley
D. P. Marsh
Nattlnger & Olsen
J. M. Baldrlge
Cramer & Chandler
1. A. Medlar &.CO
Douglas Printing company ...
A. L. I'ndelnnd
W. B. Hood
H Heyn ,
C. K. Towne
G. C. Hobble ,
P. R. Bauserman
A. B. Acherman
E. A. Mason
L. G. Hicks
Shinier & Chase Co
J. B Dumont
B. W. Ball ..'
New Snow Church Co
W. H. Gates
Philip Potter Co
8. M. Bemrose
T. '. Marsh
J. L. Harrington
F. M. Ti-emaln
Dr. L. S. Miller
O P. Morrell
R. H. lnderyou
J. A. C. Kennedy
G. W. Tanner
Of the above subscriptions $16,327.70 t.as
been paid ln nd other payments, as well
as pledgee, are constantly being received.
(Collected on subscription list No.
Robert Q. Fluk chairman. Hon. La sV ;
THE BEE BULLETIN.
la West Portion. Monday
'lew KCTIO richt Pnses.
1 Relief from Nebraska tir Tralnload
Fire In f'rlaeo Rams Ont.
1 First of Refncres Reneh Omaha.
S Death Mat at Unnta Rosa.
Conditions In the Park Camps.
4 Capitalists Will Help Rehnlld.
Many Omaha People Heard From.
5 Xew from All Parts of Xehraska.
Omaha 'apply Depot Mini Wnlt.
a Relief Comes from Many Qnartrra.
Repnhllean Leaders for Ticket.
T portlna- Events of the Day.
F.DITORH1, SRCTI05 Klht Paces.
9 Past Week In Omaha Soeletr.
Omaha People Sow In Home.
Scientific (tide of the F.arthejuake.
3 Attempt to Rescue Jay O'Henrn.
Rates Flsrnre la Supply Depot.
5 British Parliament in Session.
Some Old-Time Telegraphers.
6 Boers Are Anxlons for a Chance.
Irish Object to Canndlan Stock.
T Council Bluffs and Iowa Sews.
WAST AD SF.CTIOX F.lsjht Paces.
1 Making; the Home Beaatlfnl.
Timely Talks About Real Estate.
9 Attempt to Liberate Jay O'llearn.
8 Want Ads.
4 Want Ads.
5 Want Ads.
6 Want Ads.
T Financial and Commercial
8 Financial and Commercial.
ILM'STRATED SECTION Elht Paces,
1 Bryan on Philippine Independence,
a Events in Field of Electricity.
stories About People of olr.
Bailey, Klnc of Circus Men.
8 Kossip About Plays nnd Plnyers.
Music and Mnslcal Matters.
4 Erastns A. Benson's Life Story.
Interestlnc Slchts at Hermoallto.
b Trees for Ornnmental Plantlnc.
Marking Onr Canadian Boundary,
6 Woman i Her Ways and Her World,
T Sporting- Uosslp of the Week.
H Some Tersely Told Tales.
Carious Capers of Cupid.
COLOR SECTION Four Paces.
1 Buster Brown Plays Wax Figure.
3 Odds and Ends from Far and Sear.
8 American Athletes Visit Athens.
4 Sambo and Ills Friends Get a Bath.
Temperature nt Omaha Yesterdayi
Hoar. Dec. Hour. Dec.
5 St. m Aft 1 p. m 70
n. m .VI 2 p. ra 71
T a. m nn 8 p. m TX
Mem ftH 4 p. m T3
H a. ra...... HI R p. m Tl
10 n. m iKt O p. m 70
11 a. m (17 7 p. m M
la m UO
telle and Frank Bundle members of com
mittee.) Storx Brewing company $ 2"0
W. I. Redlrk 25
Robert O. Fink lo
William G. I re 15
Mrs. L. S. Estelle and children 10
E. O. Solomon lo
James Walsh 10
Herman Beal 10
Fred Brunlng 10
Westllche Presses Publishing company 6
Frank Handle , R
A. L. Sutton 6
J. W. McDonald S
F. A. Broadwell 5
H. D. Reed
fl. M. Sadler & Son 5
Frank Dewey .. R
M. J. Kennard 6
P. J. Trslnor 5
Charles Leslie 5
W. W. Slabaugh 5
A C Tronn 5
Howard Kennedy 5
Employes of the court house 67
Forwarded hy I'nlon Pacific.
This statement was Issued from the office
of General Manager Mohler of tho Union
We are moving tylny for relief of Snn
Francisco sufferers "Tho following Mrs:
Eleven cars of provisions from Kansas
Two cars from Interior Kansas poinft.
Ten cars of provisions.
One car of provisions and clothing from
Car provisions and clothing. Rock Springs,
Car miscellaneous provisions, Kearney.
Car miscellaneous provisions. Fremont.
Car government supplies, Chicago.
Ten cars packing house supplies on east
ern orders. Omaha.
Car condensed milk, Omaha.
Three cars miscellaneous supplies from
citizens of Omaha.
One car cornmeal from Beatrice.
One car provisions from Central City.
One car provisions from Columbus.
One car canned goods and clothing from
XEURAaKA'S PROMPT ItEMPO.VM-
Many Cities of State Ship Carload
Flonr or Other Supplies.
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, April 21. (Special) Tele
grams have been pouring ln on Governor
Mickey today from towns out In the state,
whose mayors have been appealed to by
the governor for aid to the Ssn Francisco
sufferers. The response has been most
generous. This morning the governor was
notified by the Nebraska Telephone com
pany and the Lincoln Telephone company
that all messages relating to furnishing
aid to the stricken people would be trans
mitted free of charge. This afternoon
Oovernor Mickey held a consultation with
representatives of the four wholesale
houses here and It has been arranged to
send out two cars of provisions tomorrow.
These provisions will be paid for out of the
cash contributions to the governor. In
Lincoln all supplies In the nature of bed
ding and clothing to be handled by the
state are being sent to the storehouse of
the Lincoln Transfer company.
Among the individual contributions re
ceived today was $100 from W. J. Bryan,
which was sent In by Charles Bryan. Fol
lowing is a list of the messages received
Osceola sends one car flour, corn meal.
' potatoes, canned goous ana jw casn.
Fairmont "Have collected about $50 cash,
also some flour; are loading car of pro
visions. 8. F. Ashley, mayor."
Mlnden reports $50 cash.
Blair "Blair, Herman, Kennard. Calhoun
and Arlington will start car flour for San
Francisco tomorrow. Money all raised
within six hours after your telegram was
received. L. A. Williams, mayor."
Nellgh "Citlxens of Nellgh have placed
1125 to credit of Guy Barton. Omaha Na
tional bank. M. B. Hoffniun. mayor."
Bloom field "Will send $500 to you Mon
day. William Harm."
Beatrice "This morning we ship one car
ICe&Uausd, on Third fagt
Order ia Comin? Out of GonfWoi ia
RELIEF SUPPLIES BEGINNING TO ARRIVE
Arrangements Made for Distribution o
Food and Tents.
BLAZE FINALLY BURNS ITSELF OUT
Confliotinc: Beporti of Damage to San
Frano sco Water Front.
DESCRIPTION OF THE BURNED AREA
Market, Van Ness, Greenwich Streets and
Bay the Limits.
OTHER PARTS OF CITY ARE AFFECTED
Section Bounded by Market, Guerrero,
Dolores and Twenty-Second
ad Bay Shore Is
BAN FRANCISCO, April a.-Order and
system are gradually being wrought out
of the indescribable confusion which has
prevailed In this city for the past three
days. The hungry thousands are being
fed, and plentifully fed, wherever they
uro camped, and the fortunate household
ers who were not driven from their homes
are procuring food at the various relief
stations throughout the unburned district.
Water in sufficient quantities to meet all
the immediate needs of the people can lie
had. Sanitary measures are being pushed
with vigor everywhere. Bowers are being
repaired and the thousands of people
camped on open spaces and ln the parks
are being organized Into model camps by
the military authorities. Temporary build
ings are being erected ln the parks to shel
ter women and children, and all the
churches, educational Institutions, vacant
houses and those houses which have been
deserted by their occupants tonight have
thousands of homeless. Food Is being
brought in in plentiful supply snd dis
tributed in an orderly and systematic man
ner. All those who desire to leave the city
are being provided with transportation to
any point in California free of charge. No
one is allowed to enter the city who can
not show thoroughly satisfactory excuse for
being hero. The sink and Injured are be
ing cared for at the general hospital In the
PresldicS and at various other hospitals left
Intact as well as emergency hospitals and
those established by the Red Cross society
at several widely separated points.
Relief Work Divided.
General Funston, Mayor Schmlts and
Governor Fardoo met tn I conference at
General Funston's headquarters at Fort
Masin today and had a thorough under
standing as to the relief measures and the
policing of the city. It was decided to
divide the city Into three districts, ono
under federal troops, one under the statu
troops and the other under the municipal '
A plan of co-operation between the mili
tary and civil authorities waa formulated
snd all future conflicts of orders
or authorities will be avoided. The
supplies brought Into the city from
Interior points will be stored at Oak
Und mole under Major Duval, of General
Funston's staff, who will foivard the same
by boat to the various water front Bu
ttons, whence they will be distributed
under direction of General Funston and his
staff. This means that all supplies donated
by California cities and transported free
of charge by the railroad and steamship
companies, will be put Into the hands of
tho national government.
Banks to Resume Business.
The bankers of San Francisco met this
afternoon to discuss the financial situation.
The question of opening the vaults of the
wrecked financial Inbtltutlons was thor
oughly canvassed and It waa the sense of
the meeting that a limit of thirty days
be made for the resumption of business.
While the subtreasury building ls unsafe
and cannot be entered at present, the mint,
with over $200,000,000 is Intact and New
York transfers of money may be drajMI
The stringent military rule of the pad
few days has been modllled almost to tho
extent of permitting citizens to come and
go at their pleasure. There will be no
relaxation of the. rigid police measures,
however, and the entire city will be pa
trolled tonight ln a thorough and syste
matic manner. There has been no disorder
reported from any section.
The Board of Health held a meeting to
day, at which were present many of the
representative physicians, and measures
were taken for an Immediate and thorough
inspection of the entire city by physicians.
For this eynergeney the Board of Health
has called for 6") volunteer physicians.
Dancer of Fire Passed.
Late this afternoon a Journey along the
northern water front of the city showed
fires blaxlng ln but two places and theue
were hardly capable of spreading unless a
severe gale spreads them tonight. Unless
the smouldering embers are again fanned
Into a blaze and scattered by the winds. It
Is believed that the water front for tho
time being is safe. The walls of the ruined
buildings in the downtown section of the
city collapsed today, but so far as can be
learned no person aas Injured by the full
ing stone, brick and steel. The tower on
the Hall of Justice on Kearney street still
retains Its upright position despite the fact
that but one small corner of the structure
hears the Immense weight of steel and
granite. ' Bervecai watts tra la tuck immu
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