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ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL. i 1 ! I ' THIRTY-SECOND YFAR. Vol. liíífllECtóSIBENCE OF OTIS WITH B0K1B FOLLOWS DISASTER III TIES OFFICE POLICE FIND INFERNAL MACHINE IN SUIT CASE UNDER WINDOW; BOMB IN ZEEHANDELAAR HOME Four Bodies Recovered From Wrecked Times Building, While Sixteen Are Missing and Their Bodies Are Believed To Be Buried in Ruins of Building; Otis Declares Union is Respon sible But Union Leaders Maintain Leaky Gas the Cause. I Ilv Slnrnliig Journal Sneoiul Leased Wl l.os Angeles, Oct. 1. An attempt to destroy llie residence of General Harrison Gray Otis, publisher oí' i Sip Loe Angeles Times, bv means of an infernal raiioliirip, was mude this aft ernoon. Following ns It does tho explosion which Pnrly today with groin loss of life destroyed the buildings mid plant of the Times, a suspected ol'foii to blow lip the auxiliary plant of that paper find the finding of a powerful infernal machine in the residence of Secretary Kochundolnar of the 'Mer chants and Manufacturers' association, the attempted ontrngo has wrought this city to an intense state of sus pense Mild excitement. ! General litis and the oilier res pon-1 siblo heads of the paper unequivocally charge the Times building disaster and the narrowly averted attempts at further destruction of life and prop erty to labor union sources. WltH eniial emphasis the leadsr of union labor here and throughout the State repudiate the accusation and have offered all aid In their p....er in Hi-, effort to detect the culprits. Kor twenty years, following fi nuni rel with tho Typographical unh); which resulted in milking- the Times t! non-union paper. General Otis ha; fought unionism with every resoure at liis command. He has been 61 seconded in this fight lV M chants and Manufacturers' ussoiitr tlon, whose secretary was the ''tf of frustrated dynamiting today. The feeling which run high Dim if -niu (f oily utinnx tin day o ,.-. r Times disaster was a lamented th martlin discovery was made tM a dynamite I omh had been fond under the residence of Secn b y &-.h.indelitsr and rrn.-hrd stai .r nliirni a?nt. erg tnation wh.-n thi- Ifinnt on i77ci;u cms r"mni", rnmc known. The nils home is known ".e r.lvnuae," and stands on Wiliííi'1 iivciiue, In the most fashionable? i''- ilnn of the city. Alter tne iiuo:k of the internal machine at the hunilela.'ir residence-, Oetectivi? wits sent to "The Hivouai." to .fro ;Jce se V h a search oi tne pieiiiisl Charles Flocker, found a suit case the gardened he hidden mute a hunch of vines under a hay wincv on the side fronting wrsiiuKo pi n. iieieetlve . Illce telephoned Chitr Police Galloway, who went Imi li ntel to General Otis' house. Tas-.-ther they examined tin alt e.ise. Chief of Police Galloway it ed to take it to the police station li mit opening it. lti"e lnsi:ed ,;-n npeuinic it there ami finally sittl a knife into the .side oí the reooiit 'M. !A buzz of mechanism was heaí'in sldo and smoke beim comii fout iround the edges of the apertur i rnnvlnewl that the suit Oils- nn- mined a bomb, Chief Galloway dried il as far from hlin as he couW It landed against tlie curbstone at the upiiosite side of the street rtiiiiR nlong the park. Immediately? ure was a loud explosion, and the tutt ase win shattered into a thousand p -cos. A hole was torn in the groiuiÉ ind iti( curbstone was ripped out j o- a innsineranie uisiiiie e. i A large crowd collected ami here muon exciienit-iii io no- ihmi... tlie house at the time were Mrs ilou Otis Chandler, wile 0 As- nt Genciol Mar.au-r ('hand r if 1'iines, nnother won at: lo -hi!-n an 1 Míe Olis leivuits. Í '! ho infernal machín; onnfl IP-'. '. i h-ivoci'iar's resi it-o xvt ' -in- li'iseci of fifteen sticks of giant pwitor attached to a fuse and set bj 'loi k work to explode at 1 o'clock ib the inerning the same hour at whirl the "tplnMon incurred in the TiiO of fice. The bomb was first discftered it the Zeehandelaar llfime by i ser 'nt In the employ of the faml who "iilli'd the attention of the spefil of-lii-er. who reported it to the '.dice. Mac nni some part of the mech;nisni "f the bomb failed to work, th'ioiiso would have heen demolished ktd i's inmates iimlnulitedly killed. lleports of finding of other ,lembs ere made to police headurte!'S during the day. but investigado- Tv-"-.los.il them to l.e unfounded. Assist out General Manager hind ler ol the Tim.-s is anthorilv the nuiteineiit that a similar atlem.t made to blow u: the Times mil1 w as iiary moni ,i c.lb-B,. an sln f,.n stre.is a few minutes before the plosion occurred v hu h dcsiroyed the iiiuin l iiiiding. The succession of irairic evenii an ! the rumors of attempted nutr.iff set the populace or Lo Angeles in a 'i. no of mind borderins? n panic Hundreds of poheemen and detectives busy in every direction running do.n clues and endeavoring to locate th alleged perpetrators of the crimes. r-,t two arres,, have been made and ,h'7. OTx "n'y on s-.spi, Inn is cuerno., n the Times made puh- w in follow in: tel. gra rn trom c,rn- tji oils, who is llfXico Citv: enroute home from -Voor wire i,h i terr.hle news f m"" I am ie, t the desperaiion of the m.nal conf r.ir,,.,rs,in desTov L e . , . ,.JjmC!" 'V-If v -n. brsvel int uv " v"aI ""1 "sentía! Ktc.p.e or .ndus-rial freedom under CXXVIINo. 2. in, which must vet triumph in the eulue nation. . it (Sinned) "llarriiion Gray Otis, 'be president of the local Typo era phical union issued orders loday that union printers may work In con luiictioii itli the non-union printers ol the Ties In any of the local news- paper tiollS nHüt union i iher ..fiices in ffi'iinm oni un- , ,,i the Times. This was an-, eil alter : cotuailiation of the, men and the mauaifers of the j newspapers. 'I' cite council met in i-.pcriai ees- n ilurinK the day and appropriated .'0.0oo mi- the putpot-e of determln-ii""- the cans- of the Tillies explosion. and provided a reward of $2,500 for for I ho capture of those resprnsibh j'lhe "llllCKO. Mayor Alexander nv il. meetiPK with ll nd the city ither city oIYi leaders during crs and labor union ; lie day, mutua lly agreed to call otl he iiiji union labor parade planned or next Alondav night us a demon stration figuinst local conditions al- 1 .1 1.. ... .1... illll.l-HUiu lit' '"-Se,, - .."-...c i .o union moor. The death list of this morning's dis aster will probably total Rt least twenty. There are four known dead and fifteen missing whoso bodies "I most to a certainly lie in tlie still smoking ruins of the Times building. The dead; HAItVKV C. KI.nEK, assistant city editor, burned and lalally injured leaping from burning building; died in hospital. J. WKSI.HV IlKAVKS. secretary to Assistant General Manager Chundler, l-odv, hi i-uii, . . I :. P. SAW Vl-.n. telegraph operator; bodv ill ruins. JÍAUKY I.. I'llAXE, assistant tele graph operator; body in ruins. Missing: J. C. A1.UIIKK. linotype opera tor; married mid live children. W. C. Tl'NSTAl.P, linotype opera tor; married. l-'IU'.l I.l.KWKI.I.YN. linolypn cperator; married. JOHN IlilWAHll one child. G RANT MoOHK, pi'inter: married, machinist ma I' lied, three children. Kl. WASSON. printer: married. I-:i.Ml-:i: l-'ltlXK. operator; mar ried. Kl'fi EXK CAI1ESS, married; one child. bOX E. JOHNSON, operator; mar ried. ERNEST .IORI1AN, operator; mar ried, one child. 1 l; A N K. I NOICnWOon, married; one child. c'HARI.KS Gl'l.I.tVFU, composi tor; married CAKP SAAI.ADA. linotype operaUT. oiifiatoi . IIOWAPK I'OPPUAVA'AV, linotype i p. ratur. I'HAHLKS HAlliiEHTV, pressman. IIENP.V I.KIOS, i-ompi-sitor. In addition, mere are about twenty injured, some of whom may die. TIk original suspicion of the police thut the disaster was due to n heavy charge of high explorive was strength ened by the finding cf Hie other bombs and the statements of those persons in the building or nearby i-.t .he time ..f the explosion. It Is also prii. ti. ally certain that tlie seat of the explosion was ill Iho narrow alleyway that senaioie.l the two buildings oc cupied bv the Times. Foreman Craybill of Hie oompos- ii g room, in which the lull force of i be explosion war It'll, and w here the greatest d Sleet damage was done. Is firmly o: Hie opinion that It was due to lUnainilo and that Its seat was in the hioway. His statement is tho :i ief- ;,i t obtainable, lie said: i was standing near the center of the com. losing room when all at once a toi rll ' fori e from hi low seemed io ruis - a m ion of the floor clear to 111.. : 1 The upheaval rami- be tween two linotype machines Flimu s ind If I n timbéis flew in all dire, -ti. ns ' I o loree of the thing as In d - I il-able. Gram Moore, a macliin was ibre.tlv over the spot where tlie imp.u 1 'ame through the 'lo..r. Hi iio.lv was hurled against the ceiling O...I K. . W:i-oii, a Kiin.-j man. i were nearest to him and they, loo. th ,. re burled against the ceiling. I w: "Every one ol the typesetting ma - lór.és was t nro n down and Ihev w,re hurled in all directions. One today l.odi- i ruins in th hundía I men w ere pul ai w oí I. d ma ing I the dozen or more I... bulled In I be believed 'o ol ti e Tino bonding. Later ,.- nrst body wa thru ol .1. Wesley retal y to Assist -r llairv Chandler, ! P.-ave I ant i b lend e so where Mr. Chandler minino i lore uie I had I had b-lt l :m ) .lrJ , -handler called .xpl. .-,.!, win ' ,.,k,. ,m bom. j f. r h.i ' .-- 'Y h befor, I.. m'..; , , .m.-il,.-n "...Id " As s-. -a . s il l w ,..,,,,.,1 the citv reaehee. C lit. ,...,Hnarv Session. colllli ll ! ,.-,roll i ll' d lo be and " ' ',,,'., ,,, indiní th . Ued H I ' I" I j all.eeil d.M :arn.'. r , , ( ;n dire.- The J 1 r1 1 ' I- . ,A , re the ; tii n oi a. r o '( ,,p Hiitment of, g.nliN pi rie . . f live. ; an in-.e'i.taii; t -I ,.,,, William , I me .-i i o - ' i . . , , ,.f th- !." Mull-,.. lian-I. "a.- - W , (. ,ig ...ui.h.ipsl Allg-leji A'lK'i'K'. 1 ALBUQUERQUE, water project. .Mr. Mutlinllnnd him lde tit i f .i'il uno ol I ho sticks of dyna mite found In the Zoohandelniir bomb, by Its wrapping, ns purl f n shipment fi i iho iiiiiioiUtot, mude trom Giant, California, September 20. 'i Ills is the only dew Uiiih fur found. General litis reached the olty 'from Mexico nt ::.'H) iir- afternoon nnd was mol in tho ilcput hy some 20ft members of tho Merchants' and Man ufacturers' Association who greeted lilm w'th cheers. Fred P. Pakci. president of the, linker It un works, said that a num ber nl in ploy its, including himself, involved In tho Iron workers' strike now on III this city, h.-ivo received ulnoo 1!io inception lit' i hp strike many let lets threnlonln rr thorn with l iiamlle. i inly ono amourr those first re ported misln:j 1ms been I'onnil. Tills Is V. n. Glacier, ii watchman. Tho building i f tho HnuniBart Fun-llshiiig- company, adjoining the Times, Tins also completely destroyed, to po i her with ilio pin nt of the Weekly Graphic, I.VNCII HPSI ATSi If nr.K Aii l.sr I ION V OTIS iidiiiiiaiiolls. Ind., (ict. I. Presi dent James M. Lynch of the Intel na tional TypOííra pillen 1 union, when unen today by c. I epresenlatlve of the Acsocli.ti-d Press, made the ' Allowing stutement lelatlve to the explosion thut wrecked the plant of the l.os Alureles Times; "The 1-iiH Angeles Times has for many years been a hitter, unrelenting enemy" ol trade unionism and il is olust'crtPrlstie t the Times nianiiRe ment thai, inimedlatelv after tho ex plosion nhich wrecked Its plant mul wlihrut n waiting any in estlMiuion as to the Ciiiise of the catastrorihe it should charge the disaster to the tre.rio. unions, as was done by the Times: assistant Reueral mn linger. The Ty íiogiapliical union resents and leiutes Ibis charRe. We have de fended oiiirelves against the attack" made by the Times as best we could, but wo have always loushl fair. "The I ntcrnalional Typographical union Is not c lnw-hreakinR, dynamit ing inslit ntii n; its record of more , j, n Hjxiv vears' existence is an hon- ornble one end entirely free from re Rorl to violence of any kind, il has won its cause pud leached its pres ent pi sitlon ol strength and influ ence rolely thinua-h the Justice of Its ceiitetitionV and the lawful and i rderly mi! nner In which its alms have heen prosecuted and made ei'lective. "No one refrets the Times' catas trophe more then I do, and especially the loss of life following the explo i 'on. On the other hand, we are de termined to protect ourselves against the opportunity that will he em braced by General olis to attempt to fasten tlie explosión on Míe mules unions. Today I caused to bo sent lo our rep resenta' he in l.os Angeles the fol lowing telegram: " 'In oon.iuhoiiort with president and board of uuslees number one seventy-four, take such measures as muv appear necessary to protect Internullonal Typographical union and local union from any charge of complicity with alleged dynamll lug of Times office. Pi ess reports convince ns ex.iilo-I.,n vii's i-suse.T by luul.y gas mains and duo entirely to im inMitlivry condition ol Times plant.' "Our ' position Is best Illustrated by the fact that niter the Times plant was wrecked the paper was published trom the offices of the l.os Angeles Herald, n union office, and our mem bers employed In the Herald office undoubtedly assisted the Times In Its emergency. "We hrye never fulled lo assist a. non-union paper In the time of its ct laniliy and its pievlnus attitude In ward our union Is never taken Into ci nsidei'dtinn w hen its continued pub lica I ion can he aided by 'assistance lrom i ur members. Our members will ho a uno in Hie regret that I. ns their represetilaihe, express at the Times ealrunlty." MOKH1SOX 1H ITVIIS VMOX ITiOM A I TAt K HY OTIS Washington, 0 i. i. Secreta ry Montscn of the American Federation of Labor issued u rtatement tonight ill which he expressed regret over the loss of life in the l.os Angeles Times building lire and his belief that un investigation will disprove the . harge thut the catastrophe was caused by Ir.bor unions es u retaliation for the bluer warfare the paper had waged against them. It is inibed lo be regretted," be said, "that the management should Immediately and without investiga tion give to the press a statement placing llie responsibility for the cat astrophe upon ii great body of law abiding cltiens, when every decent impulse would uomalid that all In vest igalion should take place before an endeavor should be made to preju dice the minds of the public along lines which the Times has been work ing assidloiisly for many years." I'MOV MI A VOT TO IIPAMi:. sVS GOMPI ItS St. l.ouis, i ii I. I. Samuel Gomp ers, president of the American Feder al Ion of Labor, said today lie did not believe union labor members wore In nnv way responsible for the deadly explorinn and lire 'n the building of the Los Angeles Times. VICTIM II' I.XPIOSIOV w s pi iif.t of in n-i-: poisr, Idaho, Oct. I. ,'larry I. Crane, one ol the victim? of the dyna mite outrage in l.os Angeles, was for several years a resident of ItoNe. be ing connected with the Dally States man most of III" time. Ills most note- worthy work was in eonnection with Sietinetiberj case. He running down clews bomb atrocity that re dealh of the exei utlvo the trials of Mover. Petlibonc. o ci noi ' was active ir I follow ing the ' sillied In the I and reii. rted J 1 lay w ood e nd SEVENTEEN NEW CASES OF CHOLERA IN NAPLES Itoiue, Oil I The ollicial bulle tm this evening gives the (ollowlng report coloring the past tnenty-four r ' hoiin Nn Vu,, j hours In the cnoleia ini'ectod district: Naples city t lie ea Sep.. Ci deaibs; Apulia, 2 Naple province 1 Z 'a sen ; Palermo. 1 case. depths nth; Avrllono, I'rlwin A"0.1tiMl IJe.1 fffieer. Washingion, Oct l. The onven ton "f the rnerionn Prison A ocia - on closed , mi lit with the rlecllon ol off' eis. T. It. Patton of Huntingdon, pa.. I vniloii will be hld et Omaha, Neb. NEW MEXICO, SUNDAY, 300 ENTOMBED MINERS mAV BE DEAD EXPLOSIONS WRECK MINE IN MEXICO Entire Night Shift Believed to llave Peiishfd; Rescue Party of Americano Caught in Mine in Coahuila. t By Mornhlft .luiirn-! snlul l.snd Wirel L'agle Puss, To. v., ocl. 1. "lie hun dred and fifty miners, possinly moro, .uro entombed and heliev-'d to Oe dul in mine No. ; at Palau. .Méx., in tlie Pan iOsperu iizas mining district, oper ated hy the National Hallway lines ot Mexico, as a. result of two explosions, presumably because of an aocumulu tlon of Kas last night and early today. The men entombed are mostly native and Japanese minors, although the number includes several Americans. At the time of the llrst explosion the oniire night shift, estimated at from l.'iU to :00 men were tit work. of these none had reached the surface at a. late hour loduy and probably are dead. The second explosion occurred shortly after a rescue party, composed of Americans had descendnd. Thai they were killed is thought certain. However, Information roocived here in far has been meager, officially no i-tatement has been made other than that the disaster "was very serious" und a. special train with physicians and nurses left C. 11. Olasc early lo- dsv for the scene. William I'- Hollis. material agent for tho government raiiwiiy, under whose supervision the- mines lire con ducted lias also proceeded lo the mines. I I'.llau Is located near the town of MiucipiiK In the slate of Coahulln. An , explosion occurred in the same mine a year ago, several hundred Mexicans and Japanese miners losing their lives ct the Mm.. DEPARTMENT CAN FIX PRICE OF COAL. LANDS Denver, Oct. I. The I'ht of tlie department of the Itiler .- ul tv'asli- ingiotl lo i'ÍX the p.e r . o. 1 L.tinf belonging to the federal .-ovYrnmeut was upheld 'n a deiisio i by l'nil"d Slates Judges Vaniloventcr and Lewis in an pinion handed down in the Pulled Slates district court hcr today. The opinion holds that the deportment Is not limited by the price of $211 per nolo fixed by tho act of IS.'S. LA FOLLETTE SUBMITS TO OPERATION TUESDAY riooliester, Minn., Oct. 1 .--Smetor rtoliert M. i-a Foil. -tic of Wisconsin will uiidenro an opeiatlcn at St. Mary'f hospital here next Tuesday for Infected all bladder and possible coniplioations of the appendix. This statement was mude tonight as the remit, of " conference of the lioelors Mayo and Philin Fox, l' llow ng an axaminnitoii la Un? two flays. BLUEJACKETS OIVEB THIRTY SAILORS SINK WHEN TENDER UPSETS Men From Battleship New Hampshiie, Returning From Shore Leave, Meet Death; Sixty-one Are Rescued, Ur Morning 4urnsl Hpt-iiil I miI Kirs) New York. Ocl. I An st iiimteii number of thirty -.allots from the bat tleship New Hampshire were drowned by the upsetting ol a tender III the North river off om Hundred and Kilty-second street tonight. The sailors were reliirniim lo the Now Hampshire after shore leave and more than 100 of them, it is estimated, had crowded aboeid the tender, which was being towed lo the battleship. Abi ut .'tun yards off shore the erail either fwiimp.d or was upset and the. enttre load of .l.-u klrs was precipitated Into th- valer. Prints were immediately put out from the New Hampshire and whor. ever a bobbing head showe.i a man was rescued. On board the N- Hampshire sixty one with wet el'.lhes were eoiinted, In dicating that slxu -one had been saved and leaving blank the more serious Ifi.p of possible dead. .M 2.tH men from the ship hail shore leave tonight there was no way f ascerla ining Just how' liiiinv were aboard the tender. ( f Iho ciilor who w r- in the upset boat, those iiu lined to take n Inore erlous ilew of live affair plated the lost high ns thirty The men who were rescued were hustle,) (n low nnd the officer on deck said that an timete .f the dead was ou '.f the piesllon tonight Midshipman Godfrey de Chevsllr, 1 OCTOBER 2, 1910, who had charge of the lender, was taken from the water unconscious und Is in the ship's hospital. It Is reponed Hum he saved ilfteen sailors before exhauwilon overcame him. The New Hampshire, with her sis ter thip of the Atlantic Itei-t, is an chored In the Hudson off the upper part of the citv, having arrived at New York this week alter target prac lice off Hampton Ponds. TRAFFIC ASSOCIATION SEEKS BETTER COAL RATE Wtu-ihlnglnii. Ofi. l.-To compel the Colorado Midland Uallwuy com pany and other western interstate carriers to grant Hirough routes und join rato on eoal shipped trom the outh Canon nunc in Colorado, Kau ris, Nebraska., Missouri, Oklahoma., Texas and New Mexico, a complaint was filed agaiint the loads wlib the interstate commerce commission to. clay by III" Colmad Coal Tiutiic As sociation of 1 ion ver. Slilppeis from the South Cnuon mine say they nro wiling to pa 7"i cents a ton more for unnsportatlon of their ci nl to the east than is paid by miners in the W.-ilseabui g district cf Colorado, because of the better clefs of the coal; but the carriers de cline to give the South Canon coal any thiough tales io points of des tination. SENATOR BROWARD DIES ON OPERATING TABLE .la.-ksonv lie, Flu., Oct. I. Senalor elect and Former Governor lirosvard died today nl 12: 20 p. in. Death occunei't as he w.is placed on the operating table. Mr. Proward hud been alllh" lor some lime, the recent strenuous campaign having its effect upon him. Jaundice and gall slopes e.ddod to the other complica tions alarmed the doctors and his family, but it Ivd been hoped that his sirong constitution would pull him through. Killed In I ool bal I Ganie. Carlisle, Kan., ocl. 1, Meivin Wallers, seventeen years old, a Junior in Carlisle High school, was kicked 111 Mi bead today in a football game bet ween the falible and liockvllle Iliííh seliool tennis and died all hour la (or. I VAULT J MOTOR CLASSIC TAKES HEAVY HUMAN TOLL Grant in Aleo Car Wins Sixth Annual Event by Narrow Mar -pjn, Breaking All Records for American Races, Ilv Morning .Iminiul Sp.o lid la-m.nl U ire Long Island Motor Parkway, Oct. I. Four dead and nineteen seriously Injuredthree probably fatally wne llie price In human tlesh paid today for the sixth running of tin Vander bilt cují race, won by Hairy (irant, driving u 1 20-horsepow or Aleo. This was the loll of llie plxth run ning' of Míe Validol bill enp race. Tlie killed: .MATTHEW K. IIAOiiV, mechan ician for Humid Stone; killed when Columbia ear No. p; plunged over the bridge spanning Wesibury road, CIIAISI.ES Mil. I.Kit, mechanician for Louis Chevrolet; killed when Chevrolet's car left the course nnd struck a touring ear. FERDINAND PZI'UIA, New fork manager of Pope-Hartford enmpuny; killed in early mornl.ig smnsh-iip mi way to traek. l.bWAIID LYNCH, run down and fatally injured alter ra. e; died tonight. The injured: Harold A. Stone, drivel of the Co lumbia ear; both legs broken, lutern.il ifiluries, may dl . Mis. F. DZnbiu. both b-s broken; condition critical. William Knlpper. driver l anciii i ill'; broken leg V, Padilla, dnvei A hbott-Detroit ; brnis d. Louis Chevrolet, driver Marquette lliilok; lelt arm broken. James Nelson, mechanician for Arthur Chevrolet; leg broken. Thomas Miller, slruek by a Pope lín.! tfortl ear, skull li olui. d. Injured internally; may die. C. II. Klttrell, mechanician of car No. 27; shock and contusions. Frank Toplia, hurt In early morn ing smash-uii; will reenter. Charles Groinmueol, the Toplt.i i haul four; bruised lleiir Haggt ndon, spectator. Ill by Dawson's car; i-oiuliiion serious Morris I.evinsoii, spectator, siriu k bv Knl, "pen's car; bg broken. Cornell Iteld. spett 'tor, l blokdi. Mrs, (iussie lleiiltmann; spectator, cut und bruised. Mrs. Lillian Hons, arm broken. Mrs. Mariha Itoos. cut and bruised. Joseph Cook, sea li wolir ' William Peterson, klio.; il uncon scious bv flying tire Don wheel Thomas Summers and Edward II llrown. Injured In p'Zuhm acciib nl. Grant, who distinguished himself last voir by finishing first In Iho fifth Vn nilorhilt, won today's event from Joe Dawson, driver of a Marmon. by the narrow niareln of twentv-flv seconds. John Allk'-n, In Pie Na tional, was only a minute and six sec ond behind Dawson. The race was the mu-I closely i un tested of nnv of the Vandcrbil! cup races tul with the two small n.r events run us a tnot with It th' Wheat ley Hills sweepstakes and the Mawapetpi.-i trophy brought out i record number of starters Th time .f the litst three eats to finish in the main event exceeded the best time ever made In an Ameriesn road race. Orsnt, by covering the FOUR KILLED IN CUP Hy Mull 50 CROWDS BEGIN TO ARRIVE CITY FOR BIG STATEHOOD CELEBRATIONIS WEEK CITY IN GALA ATTIRE FOR 30TH ANNUAL FAIR WHICH STARTS WITH BIG NOISE MONDAY AFTERNOON Fair Grounds Bustle, of Preparation; Traction Park Track in First Class Condition For Big Racing Tournament: Exhibits Rapidly Being Pushed Into Place. Citizens Put on Holiday Smile and Everything Points to Biggest Week in HLstroy of the Annual Carnival. The vanguard of He llil I ll X ol the couple ot New Mexico Into , ililiipiei' nile lo attend the thirtieth annual lair Slid llrst slate exposition began lo ar rive In iho eitv yesterday and every train today will disgorge Us iiiotu ol tiailors, boosters, pit usure seekers, r-cmvein ion delégales, and Jun plain, everyday i lli.ens out lor their annual good lime. Albiuinoinue bus pill on her gayest attire for iho occasion and by evening yesterday, flags and hniil- llig- were flying everywhere, store lroiits, residences and business blocks were billlianlly decorated and every where, the slur-spangled banner was unfurled to Iho breo.o, bearing Ho llow star whose advent this exposition and carnival Is to telehraie. The glad hand Is out everywhere and the people of the citv, imbued with a more enthusiastic hospitality than has ever been knoeu are devoting themselves to the task of making every visitor have the time of his life. Monday afTernoon at 2 n'elock "Governor's day," the fair is lo be opened formally at the fait- grounds, (be city officials to be present on the loeeosion and iho bin noise will begin. Governor Mills, who is una voldu lily kept in Sania Fe, because of the opening of llie cons) it ul ionu I conven tion .Monday, will inn be present, hut he will be here in spirit and tht re Is every Indication that the fair will formally start with more enthusiasm and hig'cr crowds Hum for nu.nv years. 'Hie people of New .ti Meo lie ve been pri-puting lo let loose their ,-d iieiiuod spirits during this, week and -lii il.i' is i .j ar.-iiiiu- i he prn Hi-I . 'n.i o! a great eebi.rot ion in honor of l'h approactimg admission or the .now stale into the union. The fair (Ills year will bo a fall in evert sense of the word, with I bo lust hip.o hull horse r-o inr, nmiiw-mi in i, n sources and liv. -slock exhibition I over known, Tho managers this year have worked more or less unlet Iv w il li mit any boorah, with the sole Idea ol making Gils a real talr. and giving ibe vlsanrs I ho worth of their money. Those who have vlsiietl the full grounds know dial the managcmeni has succeeded and thai there will be soup thing lo amuse and Interes! and I i mill the merrymakers at everv turn und i n overt dav. The Celebes I Ion will rtach Its height on Friday, Slaie- 27S.OS miles of Hps course in tour hours, 12 minute. seconds oipilv -nlelit to an average of 5 1-á miles an hour established a new American record. Put brilliant as was tile peiiotm a lice o the three winners and thrilling- as was (he rao. iisell, the horror caused by the wholesale maliiiing and killing which attended It cast such a deep shallow over spoliators, partici pants nnd management Hint iho crowd dispersed under a pull oi sorrow. Yet. notwithstanding the list of i uk ti, litios, it was announced toiiiulit that the grand prize race over the same course would I"' bold oil October l-i. Mfleoil cars have already been en tered lor the i v cut. W. K. Vanderhilt. Jr., donor ol the underbill cup, touhl not be scon to night, bul A, I!. Pardiiiglon. vice-pros iilcnt and general malinger oi th" motor parkway, spoke ,d llie race only hs " sncees- II. logrolled of course, lb.- d.-aihs and a'-i bbiitu, ,n was iiu Iiih-iI i at tribute lllelll mainly In the iMleles-,-ness of speclalors. The incidents lliat i nusi-il two of Iht- lour donlhs r i orded were h'-iis;i liuiial In the extreme. The tlrsi o. - I burred when the Columbia cat. tliiviul hy Hutohi Stone, suddenly hntst nl lire at the approach of the i cito-n' bridge iio.ssiug Un- W'eslliiiM load, and bocomiiig itutn tn.igca He plunuod over the parapet. The great machine went ovci iv. ii e In midair nnd l inde, I on Its side, eiiishmg nui tin- hie ,if M.ittluw H. Paeon, sillines uu- bui lt Inn, who was caiiglii moler il Stone IlllllSell SUSlillllell ll.'H tlireS of both legs and internal Iniurles itom hi. b It Is lloillilllll II In- will I ceil, or Till killing of Louis Choi roh ts in.-.iian-Icliin, Charles Miller, ciiiue as tin climax of a mad .illcmpi ol cin-io-e In regain a lend lost through li.-- Iiniit in.icntio and lin- lioiible. Th" dailiiK French driver, who en her Ul the race had n-ehd olf round att.-i lounil at si elltv -thr.-c miles an boll!, struck a bad nil w'db- going with lull power and landed on three wheels tin ly . lb- Mien Honid tin- car ig zag ging from side lo side urn . p.oe n to lis sii oring gi .ir. Amid shrbks of b..ir.o the cat plunged into the It'll, e and s'M Ot it i way like so uuii ii papet . lie t: ploughed tb'ep it, in a patsinuer la-b 'l touring i ar The ,.-. upanis ol the louring car Were lo sell hiull 111 III" air. but all ol 111' in si ap. .1 d. nth Miller was c-iiikIiI in Ho- n il and was Instantly ktl'.-d Cbevrol.t owes bp life lo III. st. tutu hnoss ol bis mo-inn wheel II. v a- piilb d out oi no ,li b: is w iih llolillig 111. re serious tn.ill ' til'oel ir"i. 'I he Poll, 'e.tlh of the d lV lit I M' oi i I r oil lilt- eo. irse, hill in au '.ict i dent en route to the race Ferdinand D'.iibi.i. an automobile man. was the thai! i iiw wile was serlou'v burl, hoi; I- j being broken in the mash-ip- ct. h Month; Ringla Copie, S mita. Ilv Carrier. Alt cnils a Montli. "Mici.il pi iitrmi tor Moii -day, i a I. .her :i. I a I n, thirtieth annual New Mexico lair. Fair 'iioiiud.s. afternoon: 1 2 : :;0 p m Fair rounds mid exhibition balls open :.'.iio p. in.- Opening amos ot b.-isi ball tout minien!. Double heail.-i. KoswoH i," Alhliiller ipie. tl-c winner to ptav Santa Fe, si t "i p. m. - Juggling act. 4 On p. 111. - So. -olid game of baseball. t "ill p 111, Pope w illkillg dog. ; (111 o. in. - - I la Moon ii.se eu -sion and oaracbute hat p. I low iil'.nv n, ev oiling : V no p. in High diving dog. corner Central avenue and Fourth street 7 ;:u p. ni.- I Irund opening ol the 1 '. W. Park i r shows on the plaza, First tdtvet and i 'en tro! i'Veluv. s no p. m. - Free a.-t-- High diving dug on -"plana." !i no j,, m.--Free act - Exhi biiion on Com. in rings, on piara, 1 0 : :la p. m. Freo a. t on plu'.u - -Madnni 7.alea slinking bunds wuh deaiSi In lu-r mar velous lent ol looping the loop In a hull. Cornel First street hud Central avenue. j , !: i ioe.l ii 'y io- i, i: c u ci o .11 .iuiiV-uo' I Im I - 1 1 : 1 1 1 ' , i! i .o ! ml oi her .vitni piiliid oil, while .seti'tibiv u. iisiiii! will he iho griinil finale, Cnr iiival dav. when dull car. is absolutely boiiishcii and toiifeitl will fill the air. '1 loil -de V l.tv tISIÜll VVi'l be Allilllpiel'- tliia tiny and will I e gi-neriillv ob ''i'voil mi a liolblav hy the people of the citv. ed 1 1. 'si lav will be Traveling- Men's dav, when the Knights of llie Grip will lake the town lrom early morning iiiuil laic nl night. Tho ri ni ml piiircuiii of Iho week will he the Moiii'-jonua laiade on Thuisdev which will no longer, more elabórale, more speii.it u la r and more completo Miau ever I'liore with six big divisions, including everv eon i etvahlc ol na nla I iou Willi the best lllle ol Industrial Ho'llS ever Seen lit llie city. The complete format inn nnd line of iiinr. h of this- parade is given in full elsevv her . Tho grand social ova nl ol the year occurs in the Alvar.ailo Friday night w lieu the minimi M niite.umu ba 1J conies oil The .Vlvcraiiii and vhlultv us usual will Im heaiiiilullv de.oriiied and nr r. iiiued lor Hie oct .sion and some ti llg h 1 1 ', I sin puses have been,-prepaid! bu the gtt-'Mls who will incluili fhe haiu Isa. iiiesl women and most prominent men In N. vv Mexico. At the 1-ilr mounds, aside from the liliillsenicnls. the Icaliires will he the arts and oralis oxhlt lis the poul try show and oilier innis which are uuiipio In Hie histoi-v m lerriiorlal fans, cud i. h oi vvhhh Will be il meat t enter of ailr.oiiiiii tor the row ds lllllilli: Mo week. Coitiptililon lot Ml'' prizes In Illr'H' ilcpjtllllienIS Will be i el 11 Mile resourced IXllll'lt Will he large .Hot , ..111 ni I'lli'll-U ', Willi spbiidld ilisplnv-. limn Mo- various ' O I I J I I I ' s Tlie I. a .hall ti.el ea on 'III w III bo III" big ih. living card n H o bins all week and the liesi M ili" on r.-cid is antic ipated as Ibe loeol and viMtlng loams hove oil lo . II air. tic: heiied wuh llie best available l.llclll. Till-to will bi ll balloon o .'en-Hi. ii and parachute drop In trout of Uu- ai'.nid stand evert dav with i In in l loos ,,t Juggling, lanov s lioiil nur. lope wall, mo. and other thlnes The In. Han marathon rn.ee will I . a ii'.leu mi'iv lea I U re, vv I ll I ho fic.'Ii .- 1 smll ho estef n MlHHet S elllered iii this tille, n mile i i iliiniiii evili. The lo. lian ' knk-tlie mi.-U" raes ai" expected lo be Well w.ilih ,-eelllg mill lb, re at" ai -oils ul iiMur amiise 111. til si 1 1 lit " ,,n the proer. tin Tin i ' pork, r " arniv al i oiupunv will airtve lotiighi and all its big at -Ira, Hulls nill h. in pi. o e by noon Mund av mi Hit Ii" v. o nil Ml opposite llie Aliarado hotel This IS tile best allliiseiiieiu mitin ill Uu i ouulrv and ,1k pi i since belt will insure all the tun p"ssl., to Mo- -atinval n,orrv Uiakers The 1 1 ! 1 1 111 i 11 lli"ll s.h.nie in Iho doWlllown lil-iili 1 had the current mined on lie: niuht and t'cidrnl ave ntó and ad bulling sin els were triilis t.. lined ililu a lairtlai-d wuh Ihe use o Ih'.llsanis oi im nob s, elil electric IlL'hts and ,1a pa lies,- laments The Al va?, lib. will h. 1 1 hi aye i light to night wh.n the .mi' ni i- milled on th. r.. tboiis.tiols "I lamps I" ing us. il Ii, r.i 1 1 1 1 n- ihe liiiiillm- and lllliniiliat" Iiu- gic nun S. una l e nihil ni uti Ihe Mul 1 1 is r x i ed I h. . "C i il ul Ii hi il tail -v i Ii! I.ol will ii ' i iou i n . oh III the week and allow in.- .hi, 't.n.s io migrate to tlllS 'IV I'll Ml" Week .11.1 ti. ll-dp II the t- IO I 1 1 a nnv a I The no - i.-miic is oniv n g. ner il out line id v- hi! wll: be il-iiiig 111 Albll ttelioe Mus week. There are half H. loT-.-ii unt iito ais "t various kind lo I be ol, mul Mitm will tss some thing tbiiiiK every minute. It will a gr.ai w.-k f?r All.uu an iii nU for Ne-v Mexico. . .vim a the t Í V t ( lit I. v I .