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Munyons LOS ANGELES
TIMES BLOWN UP
Building and Plant Destroyed
in Fire Which Follows
ie more soothing thnn
Cold Cream; more heal
ing tbun any lotion;
liniment or salve;
beautifying than any cos
Cures dandruff and stops hair
from failing out.
Five Known Dead and at Least
Missing— Property Loss
About $5 0 0 ,0 0 0 .
Getting Back at the Prof.
Prof.— Is a watermelon a vegetable
tt a fruit?
Los Angeles, Cal.— The building oc
Stude— I don't know. But please cupied by the Los Angeles Times was
tell me whether clam digging Is fish set on fire by an explosion just before
ing or agriculture.
1 o’clock Saturday morning.
probably will be found a heavy death
list from the fire and explosion.
The interior o f the building was en
veloped in flames immediately following
“ Having taken your wonderful “Casca- the explosion, which it is thought took
rets’ for three months and being entirely place in the basement, and it is report
cured of stomach catarrh and dyspepsia, ed that a number o f men were seen to
I think a word of praise is due to
•Cascarets’ for their wonderful composi fall dead through the windows.
tion. I have taken numerous other so- mates now place the number c f dead
called remedies but without avail, and I as high as 50.
The fire was preceded by an explos
find that Cascarets relieve more in a day
than all the others I have taken would is ion and immediately the building was
enveloped in flames.
Pleasant. Palatable. Potent. Taste Good.
occurred on the second floor o f an ad
Do Good. N e v e r Sicken. W eaken or G npe.
dition o f the old building.
‘ 6c. 60c. N e v e r sold in bulk. Th e gen
uine tablet stamped C C C . G uaranteed to
part is o f three floors.
cure or 7 our money back.
Within a few seconds from the time
o f the explosion the entire building
A N D K O D A K was firey furnace.
Crowds that gath
S U P P L I E S ered early say they saw many men fall
W rite fo r catalogues and literatu re.
and printin g. Mail orders giv en prom pt attention back from the windows into the flames.
P o rtla n d P h o t o S u p p ly Co.
Others leaped and were injured.
149 Th ird S treet
A later account says the Times
office was dynamited, and claims it
was done by enemies o f the paper,
presumably members o f labor unions,
For Rad, Weak, Weary, Watery Eyes sad
whom the Times has been fighting re
G R A N U L A T E D E Y E L ID S
lentlessly for a number o f years.
Murine Doesn't Smart—Soothes Eye Pair
The entire building and newspaper
Dratfists S.H J N H k Eye kenedy, Liqeid, 25c, 50c, $1.01
with a loss of
M u rin e Eyu g a lv e , in A s e p tic T u b e ., 25c. $1.0C plant are destroyed,
EYE BOOKS A N D ADVICE FREE BY MAIL $500,000.
M u r i n e E y e R e m e d y C o .,C h ic a g c
Most o f the department editors are
believed to have escaped. Thirty men
were at work on the linotypes and 50
in the “ a d " room.
I t is not known
how many o f these got out.
Flames followed the explosion so
Habits P ositively Cured.
Only authorized Keeley In . quickly that many o f the printers are
siitu te in Oregon. W rite
believed to have perished. Some were
fo r lllsstrated circular.
KiZllY IIUTITIITL 71 E. 11TH M. seen to fall backward from the win
dows into the fire. Many others who
leaped to the ground were injured.
D Y S P E P S IA
RY (BURINE EYE REMED
H U M AN H E RD B O O K
Albert P. Hall Suggests Registration
o f Entire Race.
Washington — Bertillon
ments and photographs o f every citizen
for public record were proposed at the
American Prison Association congress
by A lbert P. Hall, o f Minneapolis, in
submitting the report o f the committee
on the criminal law reform.
“ The United States
ought to make its chief concern to dis
cover, develop and realize itself by
gathering and recording full biographic
and civic data o f each o f its component
units, the life o f every man,” said Mr.
Hail. “ We have developed the regis
tration and identity o f domestic ani
mals. Why omit the record o f human
life, the supreme product o f creation?
The task is not impossible, its benefits
would be incalculable and far reaching.
“ Such a registration should be N a
tional in scope and authority, embrac
ing a continuous enumeration and con
secutive numbering o f the whole c iti
zenship, including a duplicate card cer
tificate system identifying its bearer
by photograph or finger prints.”
THE DRINK DELIGHTFUL!
E verybod y is going to drink D o le ’ s
Pure H aw aiian Pineapple Juice b e
cause it is both healthful and delightfuL
It’s Pure — nothing whatever hat
Drink it pure.
I f S Hawaiian — grown and b ot
tled in a T rop ica l Paradise— and
I f S Pineapple — the most health
ful and refreshing of all juicy fruits.
I a a d druea'fta
' harea't Dole «
P w a m le Juice
le a d th e ir
■a a v a l TMie eaaie m
n am e* and
e a e ie o n m e u a a i
w r i t e ua t j
T h e H eavy Heart.
Oreat calamities do not embitter ex
istence. It Is the petty vexations, the
small Jealousies, the little disappoint
ments, that make the heart heavy and
the temper sour. Don't let them. An
ger Is pure waste of vitality. It helps
nobody and hinders everybody. No
woman does her best except when she
A light heart makes busy
hands and keeps the mind free and
alert. No misfortune Is so great as
ooe that sours the temper.
Mothers win find Mrs. Wtn*low*a Soothing
Byrup the beat remedy to uae for their ciublran
lu rin g (he teething period.
I l l Market Street. San F ria e tire . CaL
Pleasant News for Author.
A local author went to the library
to get a copy of his own latest book.
Ha had a friend with him. ’’Is ’Fate
and Freeing’ In?” he inquired. "Yes,
sir," answered the librarian, promptly.
Carshops Are Destroyed.
Tucson, A r iz .— The Southern Pacific “ Dut bow do you know without look
shops here were destroyed by fire Sat ing?" "It’s never been out y e t i" —
urday night. The loss is estimated at dewdervd Leader.
$350,000. The fire was the second one
within an hour and the cause o f neither
is known. Ten locomotives, eighteen
oil tenders and four ballast cars were
Immediately across the
yards were the tanks holding 200,000
barrels of fuel oil, which were barely
saved. Their destruction would have
B A K IN G P O W D E R
doomed the entire city.
JUST RIGHT .
tion o f the shops takes from Tucson
"« l f f l i l t T l l i ' 3 »-'
her chief industry.
CLOSSET A DEYEJ
Chinese Press Organizes.
Victoria, B. C.— Mail advices from
China state that a Chinese press as ATRIP
sociation has been formed with head
quarters at Shanghai and arrange
ments are being made to send corres
pondents to Washington, London, St. 1
Petersburg, Thibet, Japan and to all I
prominent Chinese centers. No fore-
igners are to be included among the
TO PORTLAND FREE
CUT RATES IN
Pain lea« E x t r a c t io n ....... F ree
Silver F i l l i n g s ..................... 50c
Gold F i l l i n g » ........................ 75c
22 K. Gold C r o w n « ................ $3
Porcelain C r o w n « ................ $9
Molar G old C r o w n « ............. $4
Bridge W o r k , 22 K. G o l i .. *3
In l«y P ill« . P u r * G o l d ........ f t
V ery N ic * R u b b e r P i u t e . . , . $4
Burnt R u bber P la t « on E a rth ................................. $ 7
A L L T H IS W O R K I t G U A R A N T E E D .
D o n 't th row fo u r nwnur aw ay. A d o lla r aavad
( « t w odailara «a m ed . Our o rig in a l re lta M « M odern
Painlaaa M eth od « and oar p a rfa c to d o A c * «q u ip -
.’“C h il d r e n
n fa n ts
H im Sad-
lift.j yon fltrrr.
Aperfert Remedy for prosify*
tlon ■ Sour Stomach.Dtarrfyiea
Worms .Convulsions feverish
ness and Loss or S leep .
Facsimile Signature af
N E W YO R K .
A l b niiin th«.
JJD O SE ^C E N TS
Exact Copy o f Wrapper.
Sherman jp a y & Co.
L lifa M iiio u u h le .
Always worts w aiting For.
If success seems abominably slow
tn being attained. It la worth while
remembering that the quickest and
surest way to render It absolutely Im
possible to give up trying for it, ot
to tar tor It like some people act when
they fled themselves in deep water—
tbeoar their arms and feet all about
jMx. Serna +
siute Seed *
One Thing That Will Live forever,
P E T T IT ’ S E Y E S A L V E , first box sold
in 1807, over 100 years ago, sales in
crease yearly. All druggists or How
ard Bros., Buffalo, N. Y.
C / u d le »
AVegelabie Préparation forAs
similatin^ttic Foodand Reouia
ting Ute StotnadB a m lB o w à i
N o t N a r c o t ic .
Possibly G re a te s t of A ll Tasks.
Louisa M Aleott once wrote: T o
ken virtuous children, put ten
il men and women Into the world
navi give them health and courage to
work out their own salvation Is a bet
ter Jot) done for the Lord than win
ning a battle or ruling a state."
Cradles are going out; children are
not wearing them any more. People
tell us that rocking is unhygienic; ba
bies, according to modern idea, should
go to sleep naturally In a stationary
germ-proof bed, with antiseptic pil
lows and sanitized rattle. Sentiment
may save the cradle for a little while,
but sooner or later It will go to the
dusty attic along with the hair-cloth
sofa. Maybe the Infant of to-morrow
will bear up somehow under these
accumulated misfortunes, w ill strug
gle along somehow to maturity, but
what about the artists, the poets, the
■eng writers? What a world o f sen
timent and melody has been woven
around the theme of the mother and
the gently rocking craffle! What kind
of song will the poor poet of the fu
ture be able to make about an enam
eled Iron crib with brass trimmings!
The Kind You Have
ness and R?st.Ccnlaiiis nadux
Physician’s First Thought
A physician was driving along tbs
street when his horse took fright and
ran away. He was thrown violently
to the sidewalk, and knocked sense-
leee. Presently he recovered a little
from his unconsciousness, and, no
ticing the crowd which had gather ad
about him, remarked: "'What’s the
mat ter, gentleman?
Pm Doctor B----- Can 1 be of any
ESTABLISHED 40 YEARS
SIXTH, A T M O RR ISO N ST., P O R T L A N D , OR.
-1 We want you to try this Piano /.V YOUR
I HOME E R IE . We want you to try it at
! our expense because —
At the end uf thirty days the Piano
. S o « | ITSE LF will convince you of the following
It ’s the best value on earth for the price
It ’s M U S IC A LLY and M ECH ANICALLY
We know there ia so much real value in
this Wellington Piano—w e ’re celling for $275—on easy payment» —that
w e ’ re willing to let it be i r s O W N SALESM AN.
It will tell it’s own story to you— in your home— if you’ll send us the
Please sen- me ruU particulars concerning this unusual Plano otter.
In Gracious Juns.
June is Ood’s alms to the poor. H a
feeds them with the sweet air, he
clothes their naked bodies with the
warmth of the sunshine. I never feel
Inclined to be charitable tn June. It
seems to me that heaven has taken
It off my hands, and I am sorry for no
one.— From "Gathered Leaves" of
Mary E. Coleridge.
N o P ro te c tio n fo r S ea gu lls.
Seagull« have Increased In numbers
so enormously In Devonshire,
have caused so much damage to fish,
that the Devon Sea fisheries commit
tee has passed a resolution In favor
of the removal o f protection from the
birds and their eggs.
It was esti
mated that one gull ate ten fish In
twenty-four hours — Pell Mail Gazette.
BIG g a m :
A Kill in Every Cartridge” is the
U M C achievement—a standard of cer*
tainty possible only as a result o f UM C
experience, UM C development, UM C
progressiveness, resources, facilities, in
dividual skill and cart.
k ia the k—oefc-down-killing-power and unequalled mudirooa
eiDeaaoa dial me alwayi lh .it, in / 0 0 % ot the U M C Cart-
ndgrr. that nuke them die invariable amaunitma choree ol
red big-game rhoolerr. who bert ci
Thau pre/nenoa differ
« ir :
U M C C artridge».
Try die aew UMC Hollow Porn* Bullet —the greater! murh-
toomer rrt devued—more rkockmg and killing power tbaa
it adorned by any other bullet.
ftafc eve l» w
* IU ta tod .m lo t atm W
r I im a ta
eo m n U r. ¡.lech eat .n U
o d arm. t . Jm /mä m W o f
TH i UNION META LUC CARTRIDGE COME ANT
A « « ? : 2M l m b « ;, N n T o i City
Otmm U rn. U r I f/ « mariad hm .
Wireless Lights Lamps.
Copenhagen — Wsldemar Puzenim,
the Danish inventor, has succeeded in
lighting incandescent lamp« by the
r more goods brighter and
ai faster colors than any other dye. One
■ guaranteed to
poi «fact result* Ask desiar, or w e w U l
wireless transmission of an electric
f., CO U CH «
ALCO H O L
The Real Thing.
Fred, aged three, had been a
naughty boy, and his mother had pun
ished him. He felt very much hurt
and ooniplained to his auntie about
hla mamma's spanking him. Auntte
"It is not you that mamma
spanks, but a little devil inside of
you who makes you do naughty
things." After sitting very still for
five minutes he said: "It beats all
how It hurts me when that devil get»
spanked."— The Delineator.
Men Strike for $ 2 0 P er Month.
Warsaw— A strike o f the electric
streetcar employes has been declared.
I t was or£~r.:scd by the Socialist par
In O t h e r W o r d » .
(■cram* 2V1H Mwrtmn. rff O tt t x n A n aaS M W a
-The situation waa funny enough ty. The men demanded a minimum Pnafe.
EMM IrtW la PorUoag IS year» Oyra mtolafy
to make a horse laugh." said the C U wage o f $20 monthly and the repeal of ■aril I m 4 h — n aadi tZ.Id. Im yaoyto » ( . n tk .
a system o f fines which they declare j
"In d e e d !' exclaimed the
Boston to be in force. There were no distur
maid. *T never wltneeeed aa equine bances, but the police arrested the
leaders of the movemenL
s iw tiu s p n itip n i pRODrcrs co., us.
F o r I n fa n t s a n d C h ild r e n .