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AVIATORS SAY FAUIiHAN FLIGHT
IB MOST KEMAHKAHLE IN IDS
TORY OP AVIATION WEATH
ER. CONDITIONS INTERFERED
WINS BIG ritlZE.
tMITXD rH88 UUS11D WIBS.
London, April 28. When Louis
Faulhan alighted today at Manches
ter, winning tho London Mail's $50,
000 prize, his wlfo and Henri Var
man, inventor of tho aeroplane which
made tho flight, wore tho first per
sons who greeted him.
Claudo White, who raced Paulhan
for tho prizo .started from Northamp
ton today, hut descended at Poles
vorth, 7 mllca from Manchester.
White ascended at 2:50 o'clock this
morning an' hour and a half before
Faulhan descended at Lltchfiold. Ho
was forced by tho high wind to dis
continue his flight.
It is announced that he may ascend
again and continuo his flight to J
Paulhan was greeted by a great
crowd, out to see tho finish of tho
flight. His machine worked perfect
ly. Ho doclarod, today that ho would
havo boon ablo to raako tho whole
flight without stopping, had it not
bcon for the Intense cold. 1
Paulhan said ho had plonty of fuol
and his aeroplane was working so
smoothly, that ho could have flown
another hundred miles, undor favor-,
ablo weather conditions.
Henri Farman, who greeted Paul
han at tho end of tho flight, was de
lighted with tho rocord that his ma-'
chlno had mado. , '
' Tho flight caused tremondous ln-
iVftjst'thrdughout England. All along
tho course of tho flight groat crowds
were waiting to seo tho aviator sail
At tho starting points whoro , it
was expected tho flight would bo re
sumed today crowds of spectators re
mained all night waiting to see tho
Evorywhero tho aviators were
greotod with cheers.
At Manchester, whero tho flight
ended, a big crowd had gathered and
gavo Paulhan an ovation. Tho spec
tators crowded curiously around tho
machlno, as it lay on tho ground ni
ter tho finish.
Tho flight is considered ono of tho
most remarkable In tho history of
aviation hore. Paulhan's record in
making tho flight with only ono do
scent Is regarded as a romarkablo
feat. Under tho terms of' tho prizo
offer ho could have descended once
moro. It is regretted hero that the
weather conditions wero such that
ho could not have continued tho
flight "without alighting.
ROOSEVELT LEAVES AND
IARIS IS AGAIN NORMAL
UNITED MKS8 LEASED WIUB.
Paris, April 28. With the depar
ture of Colonel Theodore Roosevelt
for Brussols at 8:10 o'clock this
morning, Paris resumed her normal
modo of llfo.
Tho American visitor wos attend
ed at tho station by many of tho
celebrated men of Franco and thou
sands of Parisians hnd gathered at
tho station to gtvo him a hearty
"Paris Is groat. Franco is great.
I havo had a splendid time. X novor
will bo able to thank you enough,"
was Roosovolt's parting message,
with his head and shoulder sticking
out of tho car window, as tho train
started on Its way.
All aboard to light tho wicked
Southorn Pacific at Oregon City
Stato Bank Examiner Steel goes
to Portland to becomo cashier for
tho Union Trust Company bank.
CRAWFORD IS ELECTED PRESI
DENT OF WILLAMETTE'S UNI
VERSITY STUDENT BODY BY A
LARGE MAJORITY OTHER OF
FICERS ALSO GIVEN HAND
SOME MAJORITIES, AND ALL
ARE WELL QUALIFIED FOR PO
James Crawford, son of Attorney
General Crawford, was elected presi
dent of tho Wlllamotto student body
yesterday by a largo majority, carry,
lng his ticket straight through.
Tho minority retained hopes of
winning till about 2 o'clock, when tho
law students descended in a body on
tho ballot box and tho minority's
only hopo vanished.
Young Crawford Is a brilliant
young man. Ho is a junior both in
tho law school and the collego of lib
eral arts, and will undoubtedly fill
his ofllco to tho satisfaction even of
Miss Hattlo Beckley, a popular and
capable student of tho College of
Liberal Arts, was olectod vice-president;
MIs3 Boulah Clark, secretary,
and Albert MInton, tho famous mile
runner, and present manager of tho
Choral Society, was elected treasur
Miss Alma Hasklns, tho budding
literary genius, was elected editor of
tho Collegian, with John McNess as
Tho officers tako up their duties
tho first pf next year. Much Is ex
pected of tho new regime, as It is
drawn from tho blood which has been
pushing Willamette to tho front this
1 Portland's Ponnlar Pimp-Proof
Our Rathskeller Grill finest dining service In city, with
Hawaiian orchestra from 6 to 12 p, m.
Most perfectly furnished, Moderate Priced, Modern
Hostlcry in the metropolis of the Northwest.
ANNEX IS NOW OPEN
Our capacity has been doubled and our bus will
hereafter meet trains No, 6, and train No, 12, limited,
Oregon Electric that arrive In Portland at 10:55 a, m.
and 4:55 p, m,
I. C DICKINSON, Manager
BECIITEL & BYNON'S, BARGAINS
11250 buys a good house and two
lots in Yew Park. Fine fruit trees.
$1050 takes a nice little new cot
tage and two lots on Capitol St.
$050 buys a cozy little homo on
$600 will tako two and one-half
lots with small house.
$2800 buys a fino placo In Yow
Park on 12th Street.
Remember we aro headquarte-s
for farms in tho celebrated Salem
and Hpwell Prairies. Wo are always
glad to show property In this fino
Do you know that tho Capitol
Street boulovard Is almost sure to
bo built this summer. With that as
nn accomplished fact property on
Capitol Street will be tho most
sought, aftor of any residence prop
erty in Salem. Wo havo somo extra
good buys on this street and recom
mond buys on this street. You wl'l
not rogret locating there.
A'Skin ef Beauty fs a Joy Forever
R. T. FELIX GGURADD'S ORIENTAL:
CREAM OR MAGICAL BEADT1FIER
IttmOTM Tu, Pimples,
Freckle, Moth Patches
lluti, n(J Ekln DlifMM,
man mrj oitmaa
on twisty, and d
Se detection. It
hu tort the teit
ot eo jtn, ul
li eo liannleM we
! properly made.
Accept no counter
felt of tlmUM
nimt, Dr. L. A.
Bern eeld to a
Iwfr of the bent-
ton (a patient) t
M Ae jm ladle
will im them.
ftlmwrn Atm fn m Mia lclft hlrmfnl Af all the
tela preparatlone." For tale or all drauliti and Fancr
OooOl Dealer In the Ualtod Statu, Oauada and Xorope.
IBl T.HOFUnS, Flo?, 37 Bred Jwie Strut He Toil
Lot us tako you out and show you
somo Capital Strcot property.
Last but not least, don't forget
I7 State St. Tel. Main 4R'
THE GLAD SUMMER
No Better Way Than a
There is no moro invigorating exercise than a bicycle, Ask any physician, He will tell
you to live in tho open air all you can, We carry the high grades,
From $25 to
When your wheel needs attention wo would boploasod to give It the attention needed,
Frank J. Moore
447 Court Street
Yesterday afternoon on Wlllamotto
Field Willamette's baseball team was
again defeated by the High School
lads, on account of Its Inability to
bunch hits or run bases without go
ing to sleep.
Thero were several clever plays
pulled off and the High School found
Willamette's pitcher for ono three-
"bagger and three two-baso hits, while
Wlllametto connected with Bush re
peatedly, but so far apart that it
brought homo but few runs.
Willamette showed a marked Im
provement over last Friday's game
and when they work up their base
running and get a beter batting eye
they will play rattling good ball.
Tho game star'ed out slow, but
soon a high school man. reached first,
and then two more walked, and a
red hot drive to left center brought
two men in. Then Willamette took
n braco and closed tho High School
out, and brought in two runs, to the
great delight of tho rooters.
Wlllametto got ono more run af
ter that, but as sure as a Salem High
man got to ilrst, ho would steal
both second and third, and a small
hit would score him, till at the end
of the game tho score stood 10 to 3
in favor of the High School.
Kady Roberts, shortstop for the
High School, played ball like a
leaguer, and shono out bright and
clear over any other High School
Wan. Ho certainly la a good man
for his age.
What Is n cold in the head? Noth
to worry about if you treat It with
Ely's Cream Balm. Neglected, the
cold may grow Into catarrh, and the
air-passages be so inflamed that you
havo to fight for every breath. It
Is truo that Ely's Cream Balm mas
ters catarrh, promptly. But you
know tho old saying about tho ounce
of proVotnlon. Therefore use Cream
Ba'lm when tho cold In tho head
shows Itself. All druggists, 50c, or
mailed by Ely Bros., 5G Warren St.,
STRANGE ACTION OF EARTH IN
NEVADA VALLEY IS CAUSING
CATTLEMEN TO DRIVE THEIR
STOCK TO IIICIIER GROUND-
RANCHERS LEAVING VICINITY
Daughter Sues Mother.
twrrisn vbibh lkased winn.
Los Angeles, Calif., April 28.
Mrs. Clara Gllmore, widow of the
late Edward W. Gllmore, Is a de
fendant In a superior court action
brought by her daughter, Mrs. How
ard W. Squires. Mrs. Squires
chnrges that Mrs. Gllnioro unduly
influenced Gllmoro In the prepara
tion ot his will, with tho result that
tho daughter wns loft property
worth but $20,000 of an estate val
ued at $270,000.
Gllmore was a member of tho con
tracting Arm of Falrchlld, Gllmore
and Witton, which has branches In
almost ovory city of the Pacific
coast. His will was dated on March
AN HONEST DOCTOR.
Remarked to his patient who had
been cured by Lydla E. Plnkham'a
Vogotable Compond aftor his efforts
had fallod, "Mrs. Wobor, I do not
bollovo In patont medicines, but I
will sny that Lydla E. Pinkham's
Vegotnblo Compound Is tho best
medlclno over discovered for vo
mon. Continuo to uso It." This Is
nnothor link In tho long chain of
ovldonco to provo tho reliability of
this Rjnndard medlclno for women.
More than ton out of overy ton
cases ot rheumatism are simply
rheumatism of the muscles, due to
cold or damp, or chronic rheuuia
Usui. In such casos no Intoru.V
troatmont Is required. The free ap
plication ot Chamborlaln's Llntnionl
Is all thnt Is nooded. and it Is cer
tain to k!vo quick relief. Give It a
trial and see for yoursolf how quick
ly it relieves the pain and soreness
Tho nied'clnes usually given Inter
nally for rheumatism are poisonous
or very strong medicines. They are
worse thnu useless In cases of
chronic and muscular rheumatism.
For siilo by U good druggists.
Thoro aro several old-tlmo Jokes
that soom to have disappeared. The
one about tho big feet of the Chicago
girls has not boon seen In a 'long
A Ileal Iiir Solve for Burns, Chapped
1 lands unci Sore Nipple.
As u healing salvo for burns,
sores, sore nipples and chapped
hands Chamborlalu's Salvo Is most
fxevllent. It IImvh ths p'n of .
bum almost Instantly, and unlesi
i he Injury is vary severe, heals in,
parts without leaving a soar. Price.
nnts. For sale by all good drug
Ronor Nov., April 28. Residents
of Jakes Valley, 25 miles west of
Ely, are driving the r cattle to
higher ground today fol'owing tho
appearance of great crevices in the
earth, which suddenly opened and
swallowed a largo number of cattlo."
Tho crevices, many of them from
six to eight feet wldo filled with wa
Thus far ranchers have found
about 50 head of cattle dead In the
nowly made water holes.
Tho Information of the strange
action of nature was brought to Ely
by Robert Burko, a government for
Many ranchers aro leaving the
vicinity fearing that further disturb
ance may occur.
It Is believed tho disturbance was
of local nature.
Cured At Home
Instant Relief, Permanent Cure
Trial PneknKe Mnilcd Free to
All iu Plain Wrapper.
Many cases of piles have been cured
by a trial package of Pyramid Pile
Cure without further treatment.
When it proves its value to you, order
more fron ycur druggist at 50 cents
a box. b!mily fill out free coupon
below and triRll tn-ny. Save yourself
from tho surgeon's knife and its tor
ture, the doctor and his bills.
FREE PACKAGE COUPON
PYRAMID DRUG COMPANY,
254 Pyramid Bldg., Marshall,
Mich. Kindly send mo a sample
of Pyramid Pile Cure, at once
by mall, FREE, in plain wrap
Of course, the Portland business
men were all smoking, and some
even drank beor, and wero a wicked
and ungodly lot, but just the same
they make the money that keeps the
churches going, and tho prohibition
brethren should not be too severe
on them. Give them a chance to re
form and bo good, even If tho state
does not go dry.
The old fashioned way of doing a
weak stomach, or stimulating the
Heart or Kidneys is all wrong. Dr.
Shoop first pointed out this error.
This Is why his prescription Dr.
Shoop's Restorative Is directed en
tirely to tho cause of these ailments
tho weak Inside or controlling
nerves. It Isn't so difficult, says Dr.
Shoop, to strengthen a weak Stom
ach, Heart, or Kidneys, If one goes
at It correctly. Each Inside organ
has Its controlling or inside nerve
When theso nerves fall, then these
organs must surely falter. These
vital truths are leading drugglbts
everywhere to dispense and reconi
mend Dr. Shoop's Restorative. Test
it a few days, and see! Improve
ment will promptly and surely fol
low. Sold by Capita! Drug Store.
Chas. K. Spaiilding Log Co.
Phono H8 Front & Ferry Sl.
I Gold Dust Hour
Made by the SYDNEY POWER
COMPANY, Sydney, Ortioa.
Mul ffr Family Vtet.
Ante your grocer for it. Bran
and Shorts always oo haJML
3 P. B. WALLACE, Agt.
O. C. T. C o
Steamers Pomona and Oregoai
leave for Portland Monday, Wedne
day and Friday nt 10 a. ni.. Tnw
lay, T"mrla and Satnrds
to. For Corrallls, Tuesday. Thurs
day and Saturday about 6:80 p. m.
H. P. BALDWIN. At
HrfT NUB M m M mm. mm
The aged father arid mother
of a prominent Boston lawyer
. ' safely carried through the last
two winters by
The son says : " My father
and mother owe their present
strength and good health to
Vinol. Durinc: the last two
trying winters neither of them had a cold, and were
able to walk farther and do more than for years.
t .i i it? i if .i ti. j ;i.. :
i tninK vmoi is penectiy wonaenui. it uenuimy ia
the greatest blood-making, strengthening tonic for old
people I ever heard of."
Wc want every feeble old person In this town to try
Vinol. We will return their money without question If It
does not accomplish all wc claim for it.
G. W. PUTNAM CO., Druggists, SALEM.
DON'T SEND YOUR
Hero to buy meats If you want to
keep down the household expenses.
For tho sight of our succulent chops,
juicy steaks and rich, red roasts
will tempt him so thnt he will buy
twice as much as you would. That
would be good for us, but wo are
looking after your Interests as well
as our own. Come yourself.
:. C. CROSS SON.
' fiiPi IHI IF ll $lm
Lr f " '' : Hi
YOU NEEDN'T HE AFRAID
That we will upset your house when
wo come to do the plumbing work
you want done. Wo don't rip up the
floors or barter down walls Just to
make tho Job look like a blc ono. We
make as little "muss ' as possible, do
our work quickly and get away as
soon as wo can. Think you'd like
that kind of plumbing?
Telephone Main 550.
ome people ride the bicycle.
nd some in autos course,
Jife is fill of mixed desires,
' lect then what you most admire.
y choice remains the norse.
ut when In searc hof pure delight.
ftervescent, clear and bright
veryone can read the cheer
ight in these printed verses herp
DO YOU WANT A nOME?
WE HAVE THEM.
106 acres, 70 In cultivation, bal
ance good timber. All fenced and
good land, on splendid road In 7
miles of Salem, Only $50 per acre.
575 acres, 5-room house, 2 barns,
goat house nnd orchard; 200 acres
In cultivation and crop; 200 acres
open pasture, good; balance timber;
well wntered; all stock and machin
ery goo's; only $20,000. Seo this be
fore you buy.
18 ntres new 4-room house, barn,
orchard, fine well, 10 acres In culti
vation; three acres of fine timber;
biilnco pasture; all fenced, on good
road. For a few days only $2700.
We have houses In all parts of
c'ty. from $S00 to $7500. See us,
we can suit you.
Somo fine lots close In cheap.
We have some choice acreage in
small tracts. House to rent, etc.
It you want to buy, see us. We sell
A. C. SMITH & CO.
Phone 1507 8-M.Stnto St.
SAVAGE & PRUNK
Per Farni9 and City
1MJ 8. COMMERCIAIt BT.
REAL ESTATE BARGAINS.
A G-room house, lot 55x100, good
well, woodhouso, place for chickens?
and garden; a bargain, only $1000.
26 acres on main road from Sa
lem to Dallas, all in cultivation and
In crop, 1 good team, worth $400;
5 good cows; cream separator; new
sulkey plow, harrow, new buggle.
good wagon, and all other Imple
ments on tho placo; 4-room house,,
barn 40x52, good well; two-thirds
of crop of 70 acres goes with'place
besides crop on it. This Is a real
good place and can be boucht tnr
only $4800, well worth the money.
Aalr no mVnA ta
uo uuuub It
Two lots on Falrmount Hill, $875
New 5-roora house, modern, lot
50x100, In South Salem, for aaly
$1700. Also four lots In samo black,
Five-room house, large porch, 10'
lots, newly fenced, chicken tight ;
good well; everything new; good"
cheap placo, $2000.
We have some fine farms near Sa
lem, and also in Polk county and
near Jefferson. All kinds of city
property. Call on us,
J. G. SCIIULZ & CO.,
Bush Bank Building.