This day in History: Mar 25, 1905 Early Edition

This day in History: Mar 25, 1905 Early Edition

The Daily home News: New Brunswick, N.J. Saturday March 25, 1905


To the Editor of The Dally Home News:

Dear Sir:Out-of-town newspaper accounts of a small Are which occurred here on the night of the 21st Inst., have been so exaggerated that an emphatic denial Is necessary to counteract, as far as possible, the harm done to us.

The impression was given that we were put out of business. In fact, several papers stated that all the way from six hundred to a thousand employees would be idle for several months, or until the factory could resume operations.

We would thank you to advise the trade that the building destroyed was a detached warehouse used for storage purposes only. No manufacturing was done In the building destroyed and In our main plant, which consists of four large brick buildings with boiler plant and fire room attached, not even a pane of glass was broken. Our plant was not affected in any way and our regular routine of manufacturing and shipping was not interrupted for a moment. Thanking you in advance for any kindness shown us in this matter, wo remain.

Yours truly,


(The exaggerated accounts alluded to were printed in the New York World, Journal and Several Philadelphia papers)