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The following story was written
by Ivan Martin, a woll known Salem
boy, who was an actual witness to
the wondorful feats performed by
'bird men" at the aviation field In
Tho resident of any of the Cali
fornia bay cities who can say, "I
havb never seen Paulhan" is counted
with the unappreclatlve minority.
Men leavo business to manage It
self In order to get a glimpse of the
"Bird-man; women, said to bo pret
ty and modest, rush madly through
the street to have the satisfaction
of touching the man of the clouds,
while thousands go frantic with
"Oh! 'there ho goes" "Isn't that
great," when a box kite happens io
appear In the sky. The papers vie
with each otliier in tolling of the
heroism of tho "great and daring
aviator" and contain sentimental
stories of how Paulhan was em
braced by tho beautiful women of
San Francisco. Really, It is a won
der that Mrs. Paulban is not jealous,
however, slue secans to realizo tho
fickleness of tho crowd and merely
laughs In French when tho ladies
cry "Vivp Paulhan."
I confess I caught the' spirit and
enthusiasm of tho crowd, for such
things seem to bo contagious. I
was curious to see Paulhan; I won-
dred at the meaning of the "Bird-
man's" popularity. Was it due to
some rare personality, or was it tho
result of appreciation for what he i'j
doing for science, or again, was it
founded In thrilling adventure-
was tho majority delighted in tho
man merely becauso ho would risic
his life in a flying machine.
I therefore, with about forty
thousand others, including "Pat"
Calhoun, who some said was look
ing for an air-ship franchise, w,ent
to Tanforan Park last Tuesday af
ternoon to see the wondorful air
craft and its daring chaffour, who 13
said to receive $20,000 per month.
Tanforan Park Is located some
twelve miles south of San Francisco
and can bo reached by either- the
S. P. line or the San Mateo electric.
The park Is really a race track and
were it about twice as largo would
resemble the track at the State Fair
When tho train upon which, I was
riding had reached a point from
which tho eucalyptus trees sur
rounding Tanforau could bo seen, I
was attracted to tho opposite side
of tho car by several people who
were crying out, "Thoro ho goes"
(an expression which soon become
trite.) All th'o car windows on the
aviation side soon revealed flattened
faces against the panes. Suddenly
the object of tho crowd's attention
dropped down, plunging behind the
big row of gum trees. "Oh, isn't
that awful," cried out one feminine
voice. "I just know that Paulhan'3
killed," said another. Then tho ob
ject again rose majestically from
behind thlo wood and some one who
had arrived at tho window with
field glasses said, "Pshaw! That's
only a kite."
Arriving at tho park I succeeded,
after wading in mud shoe top deep
In getting within looking distance of
tho slued in which tho air craft was
kep back tho crowd, tho koepors
Impure blood, offensive breath,
heavy head, shortness of
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conditions, all come from one
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the liver, sweeten the breath.
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roujj scanning, (bplng morotortu-1
n;U than thousanasfuf othaTa) fori
noarly two hours, whoro I was en
tertained VltK band inuslo and by;
the frantlb efforts of tltd guard to.
kep back tlu-o jrowd, the keepers
ofx tho air nlaohlno rolled It out of
Its stable. Th6 crowd although al
ready hoarse, took now hope and
for tho twenty-fifth time tho people
in the grand stand stood up 'and
seemed to wish themselves nearer
tho scene of action. As Paulhan
and his assistants led the notorious
bunch of poles and canvas out Into
tho field tho crowd made a wild
rush after It and tho mounted
guards for a tlmo wore powerless.
When tho people had again' been
placed behind the ropes, one of the
machinists began turning tho pro
peller, a big wooden blado resemb
ling tho air paddlo on the celling
of Wiley' Zinn's candy store. Tho
engine of tho biplan,o soon began to
emit stuccato reports which gavo
tho samo gattllng gun effect as
Jack Peterson's big red automobile
going up a hill with the mufflers
wide open. Some one said, "There
ho goes," and tho big Farnam bi
plane began to roll down tho flold.
Gaining speed, the bicycle wheels
on which the machine rested loft
tho ground at a point about one
hundred feet from the plnco of
starting and Paulhan was really
flying. Whilo wo saw him soar over
tho trees and circle tho track and
disappear oni tho horizon, yet thore
was nothing ho did moro thrilling
than tho first rising on his wings.
As the air-ship glided down tho
flold men crowded oach othter off
their perches on fences In their
eagerness to s'eo, and hundreds
rushed forward as though they
'wished to catch this strango winged
thing. Ilowover, Paulhan was soon
out of reach, sailing over tho ouca
lyptus treos, then far above tho
grand stand, ho made a complete
circle, then flow away to tho south
In tho teoth of what was said to bo
a twenty-five knot gale of wind. Ho
coud bo seen for a few minutes
growing smaller and smaller to tho
eye, then ho disappeared behind tho
long green curtain of traos which
flanked the hills. Several minutes
passed and the belief grow that.
Paulhan had fallen to tho ground,
howoyor ho was seen again to rlso
over the timber headed for tho field.
He seemed to havo complete control
of tho machine and reached an alti
tude according to authorities of 500
feet. In a remarkably short tlmo
Paulhan was again over tho track
and when within about fifty feet of
the ground ho shut off tho englno
and gracefully glided down In tho
flold to the place of starting.
Paulhan was escorted to the
grandstand by a bevy of guards
where ho was enthusiastically cm
braced by a pretty little woman
said to bo his wife. As thero seemed
to bo so many others who wished to
show their appreciation, tho major
ity of the crowd and I ran for the
train, satisfied that wo had seen
great exhibition; an, exhllbtion
which may in a few years bo as
common as tho running of automo
biles today. IVAN G. MARTIN.
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