Horseshoe, NY Hotel Fire, Mar 1910

JUMP FROM WINDOWS AT FIRE.

Several Injured in Blaze at Horseshoe Hotel in Adirondacks.

Special to The New York Times.

OGDENSBURG, N. Y., March 12.---The hotel at Horseshoe in the Adirondack Mountains, owned by Augustus A. Low of New York, was destroyed by fire early this morning. The Post Office building and ice house, belonging to Mr. Low, were also destroyed.

Some of the guests in the burning building were compelled to jump from the windows. Some were injured and lost all their personal belongings. Albert Kahl, the electrician, lost $300 in cash, a diamond ring valued at $490, and a watch worth $100. The property loss is about $15,000, covered by insurance.

The New York Times, New York, NY 13 Mar 1910