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Dynamite Was Exploded Directly Under Composing Room
and Operators ,Compositors and Material Were Hurled
Through the Ceiling and Walls,, Which Were Blown Away
By the Concussion Many Were Shut Off From Escape
By Fire and Leaped to the Street From Burning Building.
Los Angeles, Cal., Oct. 1. Six
teen persons are believed to be dead,
16 are missing and a score are seri
ously Injured as the result of the ex
plosion that wrecked the Los Angelas
Times building at 1 o'clock this
According to Managing Editor An
drews, It Is almost certain that the
following are dead:
J. C. Galllher, aged 40, linotype
operator, man led, and has Ave chil
dren. W. G. Tunstall, aged 45, linotype
Fred Llewellyn, aged 36, linotype
John Howard, aged 45, printer,
married and with one child.
Grant Moore, aged 42, machinist,
married and three Children.
Ed. Wasson; aged 35, printer, mar
ried. Elmer Frink, aged 25, operator,
Eugene Caress, aged 35, operator,
marrird and one child.
Don E. Johnson, aged 36, opera
Ernest Jordan, aged 32, operator,
married and oho 'child.
Frank Underwood, aged 48, print
er, married and one .child.
J. Wesley Reaves, stenographer.
R. L. Sawyer, aged 34, telegraph
operator, married and two children.
Harry L. Crane, aged 38, assist
ant telegraph editor, married and
Charles Gulliver, aged 33, compos
Carl Sallada,- linotype operator,
The injured: 1
E. B. Asplnwall, linotype opera
tor; cut over left eye, nose cut, right
S. W. CrabllJ, foreman composing
room; burned and cut with Jlyng
Will Latta, storeotyper; burnp.l
about arms and back.
U. S. G. Pcntz, linotype operator;
jumped from window, wrist broken.
Summary of Explosion.
Los Angeles, Oct. l. Follow-
lug Is a brief summary of the
results of the explosion which
destroyed the building of the
Los Angeles Times:
Night Editor Churchill-
Harvey-Elder Is dead.
Assistant Editor Chnrles E.
' Fourteen missing, believed
Twenty-ope in hospitals.
Times Issues extra charging
union labor responsible.
H. G. Otis, publisher, relter-
ates charges In telegram.
City council votes $25,000
' Building Trades Council offers
7500 for culprits.
Infernal machine found be-
neath home of F. .7. Zeehanda-
laar, secretary Merchants and
v Manufacturers' Association.
G. Richmon. cut.
M. Weston, cut on shoulder.
Randolph Rosso, linotype opera
tor; jumped from a second story win
dow; abrasion of left knee, ankle
Charles Von Vetaeji, fireriau; cut
on left hand.
Mrs. K. B. Ulricb,, fell down eleva
Albert G. Schwalm, cut back of
0. L. Sallada, linotype operator;
iit nn righ. hand.
,1. F. Link, glass cuts on head
Richard Ooff, slight burrs ard
Night Editor Churchill llarvey-
Elder died In the rejhlng hospital
Lives Doli'.t Count.
William K. Vmdervllt an
nounced today (hat the Grand
Prix would be run over the Van
derbllt coi.rso October 1C. The
list of deaths and accidents in
today's event, ho sal !, would
not Interfere with his event.
Ho pronounced to 'ay's race the
greatest iu the history of the
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values worth $15, $18
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Ladies' Black Broadcloth
Coats, now on sale $4.95
$7.50, $8.50, i$1 0.50
$1.95, $2.50,$3.50 Up
Dress Goods, Dress Waistings, Silks
Now On Sale
The greatest values ever offered. Silks, yard, 25c, 35c,
43o, 65c. Dress Goods 25c, 35c, 49c up.
Stylish Millinery at
Ladies' trimmed hats, $1.95
$2.50, $3.50 up.
Ostrich Plumes, fancy feath
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enough to surprise you.
Los Angeles, Calif., Oct. 1. P. J.
Zeehaandalaar, secretary of th,e
Merchants' and Manufacturers' as
sociation of Los Angeles, reported to
the police this morning that dyna
mite had been discovered beneath a
porch thls morning at his homo !n
thn suburbs of this city. A detail of
officers was dispatched to tlie scene.
Officers who woro sent to the Zee-
handalaar homo found 14 sticks of
dynamite connected by wlrps with a
battery, coucedled in an ndjacent
clump of bushes.
The dynamite sticks wore connect
ed with the oleotric battery, to
which was attached an alarm clock
According to tholice, It was ono
of the most Ingenious Infernal ma
chines that ever was brought to tin
attention of the local police depart
ment. The alarm was set (o go off at.l
o'clock, the- hour at which the ex
plosion at the Times building oc
curred. The clock was so tightly wound,
the police who took charge of Hi"
machines say, that tho alarm wa
prevented from working, probabiv
saving the lives of every person in
Tho machine was found this
morning by Miss Elizabeth Wilder, a
nurso at the Zeehandalnar home.
Two Steamers Ashore.
Vancouver, B. C, Oct. 1.
Tho Canadian Pacific steamor
Princess Beatrice, bound north
from Victoria to Skagway via
Vancouver, grounded In the
First Narrows at 6:30 this
morning, in a dense fog. No
damage tis dono to the vessel.
Belllngham, Wash., Oct. 1.
The steel steamship Kulshan,
of tho Inland Navigation Com-
pnny, grounded on Strawberry
Island this morning at B o'clock
when attempting to pass Into
Deception Pass, In a dense fog.
Tho ship has not been damaged
in tho loastj
Frenchmen, woro seriously hurt,
when their aeroplanes collided In
mld-alr, CO feet from tho earth today.
Aviator Thomas evidently misjudged
the distance between tho two ma
chines when they crossed each other's
Both machines were wrecked and
tumbled to the ground Hko huge
wounded birds. Spectators lifted 'tho
injured aviators from the wreckage,
and bore thorn to a hospital.
VEL IN CARNIVAL
SEE RACES AND
Accident After Accident Occurred at the Great Vanderbilt Cup
. Races This Morning Speed Maniacs Crushed Out Lives
and Mangled Bodies in Mad Desire to Win, and Pay No
Heed to Trail of Dead and Injured They Leave Behind Them
Brutal Butcheries of the Roman Forum Are Surpassed
in Cold Bloodedness.
Otis House Dynamited.
Los Angeles, Cal., Oct. 1.
A bomb beneath tho home of
General Harrison Gray Otis, ex
ploded at 2:25 this afternoon.
The houso is reported to havo
been entlroly demolished.
Motor Parkway, L. .1.. Oct. 1.
Five persons wero Instantly killed,
four fatally Injuredjand an unknown
number seriously hurt in tho- run
ning of tho Vanderbilt cup raco to
day, which was won by Grant in an
Grants time was 4:W5:58. Daw
son In Marmon.'was second, finish
ing 25 seconds behind Grant, and
Aikens, in a National, third.
F. A. L. machines won first and
second places in tho Wheatley Hills
Through all the' chaos tho cars
surged forward around tho course,
drivers outdoing each other in reck
lessness. Speeding racers did not
stop when .accidents occurred. Tour
ing cars arid p.ectators .wore hit by
the racers, and t"no speeding cars, if
thoy kept tho courso at nil, plungod
ahe(td regardless of 'tho victims loft
Harold Stone, driver of a Colum
bia, was crushed to dnjith under his
car when it became unmanageable,
leaped from tho course, tore through
tho fonce and dropped over a, 50-foot
embankment. Stono Is Pacific coast
manager for tho Columbia, and his
home is iq Los, Angeles. ;y )!
Ho was married last , .Juno. His
bride sat in tho grand stand- watch
ing tho raco. "When ho did' not ap
pear she became anxlouV and tele
phoned to various parts of the course
asking tidings of him, ,
Tho officials of tho.courfso did not
know of 'tho accident' to1 Stone, but
when tho telephone niessages woro
received sent out two men' on motor
cycles to find tho mlBsmgcar. The
men found a gap in tho fence near
tho Moadowbrookq bridge. Thoy dis
mounted and found the Columbia bot
torn up lying In a gully 50 feet deep.
Stono and his mochanlcan, William
Bacon, wero pinioned under the car.
Stono was dead when tho roscuors ar-
(Contlnuqd on Paso G.)
Milan, Oct. 1. Aviators Dickson,
of tho English army, and Thomas
SOUTHEIIN PACIFIC'S DIG HOP
HOUSE, 300 11V 75 J-'UKT, COM
PLETED AT A COST OV 15,000
AND ItRADV FOU UUSIXKSS.
Tho Southorn Pacific Company are
now ready to recelvo hops for storage
Monday morning, October 3, 1010, at
tho rate of flvo (') cents par month
or fraction thereof. This will Include
unloading from cars when recelvod
from rail points for storage and load
ing Into cars from var(JhousG wh0n
hops are shipped to final destination.
II. B. HOUSTON, Agont.
100 Miiicra Killed.
San Antonio, Tox., Oct. 1.
It is reported that a hundrod
minors woro klllod in on oxplo-
slon of flro damp in a mino at
at Palon, Mexico, today. A
special train bearing nurses and
physicians loft for the sceno of
Emflierson, Wellington, Efery
Thoy represent tho wprjd's best pianos. Thoy
nro nil (p bo hooii and hoard and purchased at
tho Art Exhibit of 1'IaiiOa now being held by
Sherman Clay & Co., at -J 55 Court Street, Saluiu,
(Storo open evenings.)
Tito uminiial opilortuiiity is oTured tci hecuro
one, of these nmKiiillcctiit "Standard nmdo" pianos
at thu same piiceu obtained in (ho largo iiibIki
' polilnn blon's of Shut-man Ciiiy & Co.
Como ns quickly as you can. Wo want to Im-
presa upon you im forcibly us possible tho vnluo
of this opportunity. It Is not nccchsury to p.'
jwihii. I'aynivnis win uo urrangcu 10 suit your
Como and sue the kind of a piano $-05 (on
easy payments) will buy.
i Remember the Address
Tho Ann of Sherman Clay & "-Coc needs rid' In-
(n)duc(ton to thu people Of Oregon, , All of tlu- X
wpjrldVi sfaiitliutt-iuado photos tiro controlled ,
rJuijlvolv oitho, Paciljc Coiist by Sherjuait Clay T
Co',' If ylu would luivo nn iiMlriiment of well- X
known nuik", If -y&'it ; Vvodlil -'socliio that lusti u- X
tueiit, on o,xeci)UpnaUy WY (onus of puyniont, be T
sure, and, ullend Uds exhibition and falo at 455
SPECIAL NOTE All dcltveiies, jjvojv .to Uiow
Wlio live In tho country, wlll-bo luadttitvo. .
I rt'leaxo Ijear In initial no other dealer caiijsoll
you unyjoinvof. $la abovo "standard makes."
Tlielr 'nRonoy lg' controlkMl oxcliislvely by 5s.
Vpur old organ or "stlent" piano will m w
copied us purl payment oil any ono of tliojnuw
pianos or piuyur pmuua, j
455 Court Street "
Details of th rporto4 tiiaaB-
ter at Palon will not be obtain
able until the relief train fir- 4
riven. This Is the necond wcplo-
ilon In the Las BapcKiiuuu din-
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