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OF THE WEEK
M O RE B O M B S D ISCO VERED .
W reck Home o f Editor-in-
Chiet Found in Tim e.
29 MEN DROWN;
11 ARE MISSING
There la no place In which breaa
and butter can be so beneficial or
potsenoua as in the nursery.
w orst thing you can give a young
baby, under a year old. la bread, says
But later on bread be-
It should never be
new to a child at any age. but
bread or toast, or bread baked
crisp In the oven. Is excellent for
They really want more
crisp foods nowadays, and If this fact
was taken to heart the next genera
Party o f About 90£Jolly Tars Return
tion would suffer less from decayed
ing From Shore Leave M eet
teeth and weak digestion.
Los Angeles— Following the explos
ion and fire which destroyed the Times
building, with the almost certain loss
o f 19 lives and injury to more than a
score o f others, the finding o f a dyna
One way Is to pay no attention
mite bomb under the residence o f F. J.
to It; at least not until it de
Zeehandelaar, secretary o f the Mer
velops into pneumonia, or
chants & Manufacturers* association,
bronchitis, or pleurisy. An
and another late in the day under the
General Resume o f Important Eventa window o f the residence o f General
other way is to ask your doc
Harrison Gray Otis, editor-in-chief o f
Presentad In Condensad Form
tor about A yer’s Cherry
the Times, kept this city in a ferment
fo r O ur Busy Readers.
toral. I f he says, “ The best
o f excitement and made the day one of
thing for colds,” then take it.
sensational and tragic events.
W e have much to learn from Eng
Do as he says, anyway.
W ithin a minute after the explosion
N ew York— O ver a score o f sailors land In the way of hygiene. England
An explosion o f gas in the Palu coal in the Times office the instantaneous
owes her great superiority In that re
W e publish our formula
ignition o f gas from the pipes through from the battleship N ew Hampshire spect to special laws and regulations,
mine in M exico killed 72 men.
a (rea b»m»h sleohol
the building caused flames to dart are believed to have lost their lives by and also to the cheapness of “neoee-
Cuba is making every possible effort
from a hundred windows and leap far drowning when the tender, loaded with sary" foods.— Parts Hygiene.
w ® b p » * yon to
to have a clean and orderly election.
oom uit your
above the roof. Its force was great
80 or 90 men, whose shore leave had
Dry C le a n e d Them.
Strahorn says Tacoma may be made est in the heart o f the building direct
“W hy Is your grandpa's faoe band When the bowels are constipated, poi
one o f the Coast terminals o f the North ly under the composing room .. The expired, was swamped or upset in the
sonous substances are absorbed into the
men working there were thrown to the Hudson river about 250 fe e t from the aged T“ asks the lady next door.
“ He was sleeping In his big chair,’ blood instead of beingdaily removed from
Since his visit to Washington the
explains the little girl, “ and W illie the body as nature intended. Knowing
Midshipman Godfrey de Chevalier,
Sultan o f Sulu is more loyal than ever bled over like a house o f cards.
this danger, doctors always inquire about
turned the nozzle of the vacuum clean
There were 115 employes in the
the condition of the bowela. Ayer’s Pill»,
to Uncle Sam.
building at the time, half a hundred
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F ive bodies have been recovered others having le ft within a half hour taken from the w ater unconscious and
from the wreck o f the Los Angeles before with the winding up o f the work is in the ship’s hospital. I t is report
o f the first edition. The scenes that ed that he saved 15 sailors before ex
A Lake Huron passenger boat foun followed were indescribable. Men cut haustion overcame him.
a M d
f ^ I is
c o e a a q
C ^ a c \ t i a n r »* r r h
B l i a o o
dered, but all on board were saved by off from ordinary exits by flames dart
Have your teeth out nrd plate and bridge work
When the deeply laden tender set
D o c to rs F ailed to C u re .
done. For out-of-town patrons we finish plat*
ing from every side, rushed hither and
a passing steamer.
bridge work in one day if necessary.
Miss Mabel F. Dawkins, 1214 L a fa y
thither looking fo r means o f escape out from the shore, towed by a launch,
Donations are coming in fo r the and were forced finally to jump from
ette St., Fort Wayne, Ind., writes:
there was a strong wind blowing across "F o r three years I was troubled with
M*lv Cr.wni.., $5.00
fam ilies o f those killed in the destruc second and third story windows.
2 » B r * .T «a $3.50
the river and kicking up choppy waves. catarrh and blood disease. I tried sev
tion o f the Los Angeles Times office.
doctors and a dozen different rem
C*W Fdlifies.......$1 .
The sailors were singing and joking eral
edies, but none of them did me any
fssmel Filin*»., . $1.00
A U T O S K IL L M A N Y .
An young Italian was clubbed to
at the top o f their voices, when the goocL A friend told me of Hood’s Sar
Sihw FiRinss — 50c,
death by highwaymen in Chicago while
craft struck a large wave, dumping a saparilla. I took two bottles of this
Good R*bW Phi*. $5.00
his fiancee was waiting a fine Sunday Four Dead and Nineteen Hurt Strew great quantity o f water into the boat. medicine and was as wall and strong
Eeu Red Reiter
as ever. I feel like a different person
dinner for him.
Course o f Races.
Another w ave threw water over the and recommend Hood's to any one suf
fealeti Eitrertwo 50»
Twenty-nine men from the battle
Long Island Motor Parkway, N ew
Get It today In usual liquid fonn or Painless Extraction Free when plates or brides
Seeing that the boat was sinking,
ship N ew Hampshire were drowned by Y ork — Four dead and 19 seriously in
chocolated tablets called S a rs a ta b s .
the sinking o f a barge on which they jured— three probably fatally— was the some o f the sailors sprang overboard.
ret better painless work anywhere, no matt«
were returning to the ship from shore. price in human flesh paid for the run The fellow s first overboard made the
A ll W o r k f u lly G u a r a n t e e d f o r Tiftean Year*
E m b a r r a s s in g H a b it .
jump, as one sailor explained, because
Wu T in g Fang, form erly Chinese ning o f the sixth Vanderbilt cup race,
Hiccoughs are distinctly m ortifying
minister to Washington, has cropped won by Harry Grant, driving a 120-
out hoping to lighten the
cutter. to the victim. As they are signs of
his queue, to emphasize his request to horsepower Alco machine.
Their jump was made at the behest o f poor digestion and may mean bod
342J Washington St.,
his government fo r permission for all
a heavy-voiced sailor, who shouted stosnach trouble, If of frequent occur
o f his countrymen abroad to do like tested o f any o f the Vanderbilt races,
rence. they should be treated medicin
and with the two small-car events run
ally. For temporary cures try gradu T a k e e a r a t d ep o t an d t r a n s fe r to Washington St
ning as a unit with it brought out a jump out.”
A German aviator fell 150 fe e t in record number o f starters.
A moment more and the cutter was ally dissolving a small lump of sugar
his machine, and died o f his injuries.
with her load o f jackies strug on the tongue. Slow sipping of hot
The time fo r the first three cars to
the water. Some clung to the water te also good, or gargling the
C u red in
Canada is seeking new reciprocity finish in the main event exceeded the
water-logged craft, strong swimmers throat with Ico water.
arrangements with the United States. best time ever made in an American
Grant, by covering the gave a hand to the weaker ones, while
Danger o f an uprising in China is
278.80 miles o f the course in four dozens shouted the fam iliar call: “ Man
causing m ilitary activity in the United
This cry was heard on
hours, 12 minutes and 58 seconds— overboard.”
Cured M e’
equivalent to an average o f 65.15 the N ew Hampshire, and the steam
a new launch put out to the rescue.
The son o f a rich San Francisco man miles an hour--established
N o Hypodermic Injections.
This is the popular ex
The launch rendered valuable assis
Y o u can ta k e this trea tm e n t a t the Institut«
is serving a five months’ ja il sentence American record.
o r y o u r hom e, and y o u r m oney w ill be returned
pression o f the thousands
Brilliant as was the performance of tance, and reinforced by a nearby pow
If a p e r fe c t cu re ia not affected. Investigate
er boat, which chanced to be on the
this, it w ill only take a fe w momenta to phone
A San Jose woman has been given a
us fo r in form ation .
P e rso n a l and financial
re fe re n c e on application .
F o r fu ll informa
veridet o f $1,792 against a newspaper the race itself, the horror caused by out o f the water.
W henever a bob
tion. p hone, w rite o r call a t the
the wholesale maiming and killing
fo r being called a leper.
I T U T E
which attended it, cast such a deep
in cases o f Bloating, Heart \354 Hall St. Phone, Marshall
For .the fisrt time in 50 years all shadow over spectators, participants But in the darkness several sank, and
gambling in Nevada w ill be closed by and management that the crowd dis others were almost unconscious when
burn, Headache, Indiges
dragged to safety.
law, taking effect October 1.
persed under a pall o f sororw.
Y e t notwithstanding the list o f cas
A ll foreign steamship lines are re
were counted with w et clothes, in
fusing to take passengers or freigh t
dicating merely that 61 had been saved
h a n d - s e w e d C U n P Q
Fever and Ague, I f you
from Naples, on account o f the epidem grand prize race over the same course and leaving blank the more serious gap
i - o
would be held October 15.
ic o f cholera there.
’ S *8.00, $2.50, $3.00, $3.50, $4.00, *5.0#
cars have already been entered for the
W O M E N S $8.50, »3,$3.50, *4
the ship had shore leave, there was no
The Southern Pacific and Salt Lake event.
get a bottle of the Bitters
BOYS' $2.00, $2.50 St $3.00
railroads have granted a material re
were aboard the tender. Several sail
duction on citrus fruits from Californ
FOR 30 YEARS
U N IO N C U L P A B IL IT Y DENIED.
T h e y are a bsolutely the
ors who were in the upset boat hesi
ia to all Northwest points.
moat popular and bestshoea
tated to estimate the number lost, al
fo r the price in A m erica.
W alter Brookins, a pupil o f W ilbur Strike Committee Gives Statement
though those who are inclined to take
T h e y are the leaders ev ery - ,
W right, flew from Chicago to Spring-
Deploring Loss o f Life.
where becaose th ey hold
a more serious view o f the affair placed
field, 111., 187 miles, with but two
shape, fit better,
the list as high as thirty.
stops, winning a $10,000 prize and es
look b etter and w ea r lon-
There was given out from the battle
er than other makes. .
tablishing a new long distance record.
hey are p o sitively the I
have been on strike for some months, ship a list o f 29 men who were sup
STO M AC H
ost economical shoe» fo r : i you to buy. W. L.
The patent rights in this and all issued the follow in g statement:
posed to have persished. Appended to
D ouglas name and the re ta .11,
• are sUrope*
foreign countries for the new concrete
“ The union labor men in Los An this list are the names o f 11 men who
Dottom — valu e guaranteed.
railroad tie recently invented
by geles deplore deeply the loss o f life are still absent, but who were not
T A K E N O S U B S T I T U T E I If your dealer
cannot su^plyyoujwnte for Mail Order OUkt
George Gates, o f Stockton, Cal., have and injury in the explosion and fire at recognized as having been in
DO UGLAS. Brockton. Ma»
been sold to a syndicate of capitalists the Tim es’ plant. The unions declare swamped boat.
fo r $17.500,000.
that the statement in the Times that
F L IG H T T R IA L IL L F A T E D .
Tents, Awnings, Sails U n io n P a i n l e s s Dentists
By a vote which was practically the explosion was caused by some per
Co«». Hammocks, Curas and Covers
unanimous, the American Mining con son or persons connected with organ
1 o r 1,000 a t fa c to ry prices.
gress at Los Angeles, declared itself in ized labor here or elsewhere is false. Aviator Has Disastrous T rip O ver
PACIFIC TtN T AND AWNING CO.
27 N. First St.. Portland. Or.
favor o f state control o f all natural re
sources,'and against all ideas o f con here, violence o f every sort has been
Helena, Mont.—J. C. Mars, aviator,
servation except to prevent actual condemned in pubile and private. No underwent one o f the most remarkable
union man has been permitted to com
experiences o f his career when he es
mit any act o f violence, be it ever so
Advocates o f states’ rights find little lights, nor have the unions failed r ig sayed to make a flight across the Rocky
Mountains. The effort resulted in dis
support at the conservation congress.
orously to demand that their members
aster, but Mars succeeded in establish
They won die grand prize for Roses at die Seattle Expestw»n last
A N ew York actress now claims obey the laws.
O u t -o f - T o w n People
ing an American altitude record, his year They are planted m Portland’s most heaebftt gardens. Urge
“ We believe that success can only be
$50,000 o f “ Lucky” Baldwin’s estate.
Should rem em ber that our force i« no or;7Hnir«iJ’
aneroid indicator showing a height o f held plants by express. Send postal for catalogue today. THE SlBoO.N we
can do th eir entire Crown. Bridge and 1 1 st« *
ROSE NURSERIES, lift) C. M i I w m I m Arnme. Portland, Oregon
j won by peaceful reasoning and show
in a day if nece«-ftry.
Positively pain le« enr**
John R ingling, o f Chi
Catholic newspapers at Madrid fr e e ing the laboring man his rights and 7,500 feet.
in « free when plate** or bridges are ordered. " J ^
cago, and L ew is Penwell, o f Helena,
nove the moat sensitive teeth and roots ^ . nrH«1-
ly predict the early removal o f Prem ier duties.
eiiat nain. N o student«, no uncertainty. '’’I1
offered Mars a purse o f $1,000 i f he
at« who do the moat scientific and caref"
“ We therefore deny unequivocally
succeeded in crossing the main range
hull Set ot T e eth ................. ................
Coulee City, Wash.,
went “ d ry”
o f the Rockies and he made the start
B r id g e W o r k or T eeth w ith o u t P is t e s * 3 » » » j
G old C r o w n s ......................................
by one vote, and the one saloon in the our knowledge had anything to do with at 10 o’ clock.
P o rcelain C r o w n s ............................. $3.50 to >»•
any violence against the Tim es’ em
tswn w ill be closed.
The start was most auspicious, the
Gold o r P o rc e la in F illin g s ..................... a . «1 0 #
ployes or property.
Stiver F i l l i n g » ........................................5<k c J S
heavy weather favoring him, as he
Beet P la t e M a d e ...............................
Roosevelt was elected
“ W e stand ready and w illing to do
passed out o f sight. Hours passed and
N o ch a n re s fo r P a in less E x tra c tin g ^hen
chairman o f the Republican state con all in our power to aid in a thorough
w o rk is done. 15 y e a rs ’ G u a ra n te e with
no report was received from towns on
u r«. 8 a. m . to 8 p. m. 221V* Mornaon Stn*-
investigation o f the explosion.”
vention o f N ew York
the other side and it was realized that
Robbers who looted a S. P. mail car
he had met with an accident.
Haskell Slights Colonel.
in Louisiana, overlooked packages o f
Searching parties were sent out and
currency containing $250,000.
Oklahoma C ity— Governor Charles found the dismantled machine near the
N . Haskell informed Geroge R. Bidd top o f the range, where it had fallen.
Cholera has become epidemic at ing, secretary o f the Arkansas fa ir as Fortunately Mars had escaped injury.
M aoismi S t .
P ortland . O regon
Naples, Italy, and many have died in sociation, that he declined an invita The right plane, front wheel and ¡pro
The Chinese Docöf
the streets o f the poorer districts.
tion to be present at the reception to peller were smashed in alighting, but
T h is wondeful s * “ * *
made a life study «<*•
R ioting became general in the Ber Colonel Roosevelt at L ittle Rock, Octo the machine was brought back.
lin strike and over 100 persons were ber 10. The governor declared that
k s t ä £¿5
Football Takes Its Toll.
is r iv in s the
injured by charging police, many o f until he changes his mind toward the
ben efit o f h » « V ™ *
Carlisle, K an.— M elville Waters, 17
velt in the past or his attempt to de years old, a junior in Carlisle high
No Mercury. T +
George Chavez, who crossed the ceive the people in the present,” he school, was kicked in the head in a
o r D ru g s Used.
___________ ___________ O p e r a t i o n s *
Alps from Switzerland to Ita ly in an could not consistently place him self in football game between the Carlisle and
aeroplane and met disaster while try the position o f approving the Roose Rockville high school teams, and died
G um rantoao to e u r o C a ta rrh .
Stomoch and Kidney trouble* and »d
ing to land, died o f his injuries.
v e lt policies.
, an hour later.
Diseases o f M n and W omen.
A SURV. CANCER CUW
W alter Broskina, in a W’ righ t aero
J u s t re c e iv e d fr o m P * k i n . O , m * - « *
Aviators Collide in Air.
Middleton, Conn. — Arthur W right,
plane. sailed about over the city o f
a n d re lia b le . U . . f a i l i n » in Its w e r » .
Milan— The aviators, Dickinson and o f Oakfield, N. Y ., a member of the
I f you cannot call, w r it # fo r s y m y * *
Chicago for 20 minutes and then re
a n d c irc u la r. In c lo se * eents in
turned and landed safely at the start
cowsutTAnoN r « t
aerodrome here at a rapid pace. D ick tion as a result o f injury suffered dur
ing p oin t
inson was probably fa ta lly hurt in ing the football game with the Con
Strikers and police had a pitched ternally.
Thomas was injured about necticut Agricultural college. It wa
battle in the streets o f Berlin.
stated that he had ruptured a kidney.
the legs and head.
üoings of the World at Large
Told in Brief.
Sailors From Warship Swamped
in Overloaded Boat.
Years o fS u ffe rln g
f= yV rï ght
Dr. B. E. Wright Co.
It’s Simply Great
W. L. DOUGLAS
C. Gee Wo
Th« C. Gee Wo Medicine C*