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"WEDNESDAY, JUNE IS, iOIO,
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H0N0RIN6 SENATOR BOOTH
SALEM HONORS HERS
Banauet Attended bv Salem's Leading Citizens Shows How
Thoroughly Senator Booth's Generosity to a Salem Institu-
lion is Hppreciaieu ouimiui iviaKes a ouibiiuiu huuibss,
Full of Hope and Optimism. . .
"If I haye done any good then
this Is" sufficient compensation for
the good I may hayo. done, and If
Ij'have done no goSd fthon this Is a
stimulus to do good."
" That was thO glowing and sub
lime tribute that Senator R. .
Booth, of Eugene, paid to 'the cltl
sens of Salem as ho arose with a
voice quivering with emotion, and
seemingly searched for adequate
words' In which to express his feel
ings of gratltudo and to clotho hia
thoughts of appreciation for tho
honor and mark of respect and 'af
fection conferred upon him by the
banquet given lost evening In his
honor by tho people of the city un
der tho auspicw of tho Board of
That he was visibly affected by
the appreciation and honor shown
was apparent to all and as ho arose
his voice quivered and ho admitted
that an occasion llko the one of
which he was the guest of honor was
not conducive to speech making.
His. speech was hesitating at first, as
he was ovldently searching for
words to convoy his feelings and
thoughts, and seemingly unable to
And them he gavo, voice to .the above
tribute and then thanked those pres
ent "a thousand, thousand times,"
and while at tho time ho probably
little realized it, ho after all paid tho
highest trlbuto that could bo paid
to tho people of Salom, and one of
which thoy have a right to to justly
proud. Aftor voicing his apprecia
tion ho turned hla thought s to the,
Wlllamotte university and he was
ooon lost in his theme and ho deliv
ered an address . whoso oloquenco
and earnest appeal held tho audienco
spellbound from its beginning to tho
Tho banquet was schodulod to
commence at 5 o'clock, but tho poo
pie wore slow in arriving. By '
o'clock, however, every man was
standing behind his chair and a few
seconds afterwards' 150 of Salop's
mo3t influential and prominent busi
ness men and citizens sat down to a
sumptous feast. Tho banquet was
given at the First Methodist church
and it was under tho auspices of tho
Board of Trade, and the manage
ment deserves much credit for the
mannor in which it was conducted.
Ideal Place for Unfifar<y.
Aftor the banquet Mayor ledgers,
who acted as toaslmastor,vd61iverod
a short address in which he dwelt
upon tho growth- of tho university,
its early struggles, and assured
those Interested la It of the loyalty
of tho pcoplo of Salom to tho school.
Aftor a brief talk ho called- upon
svoral citizens of the. city for a five
m'nuto talk, and then upon the
guest of honor Senator Booth.
Sonator Booth prefaced his ad
dress by dwelling briefly upon the
greatness of the northwest, and pro
nouncod it "tho bright star of. tho
nation of today." Ho stated that he
did not desire to bo over sanguine
or optimistic, but that as he saw It,
Oregon was today tho "greatest and
grandest state in tho union."
From a consideration of the state
at largo he drifted to a discussion
of tho Wlllamotto valley. 'Ulti
mately," ho said, "wo must look to
tho soil for our wealth and tho time
Is coming when no city will be 30
Idoally situated as Salom," and then
ho proceeded to show that whether
it was grains, or fruit, or tlmbor or
any other resource, tho pcoplo of the
Wlliametto bad but to reach out fos'
thorn and thoy wero within their
From a consideration of tho com
mercial ho turnod tp tho Wlllamotto
unlvorsity, and iio dwolt for a mo
ment upon Itsjoarly struggles and Its
dark days, and stated that ho hopel
thnt thoy wore all of tho pnst. "Af
tor all," he said, "the learning of
the truth, and tho uplifting of hu
manity Is tho groatest thing of all,
stands for." He predicted that there
wore great things in store for tho
school and emphasized upon those
presont that the opportunttyvthad
come for them to convort ft-into he
greatest school of learning in the
west and said he felt assured that
they would avail themselves of the
Thero wero three factors, ho said,
which would enter Into Its upbuild
ing first, the church, second, Sa
lem, and last, the philanthropists,
but thnt an appeal could not be
made to the latter until tho other
two had discharged their duty.
Addresses were also made by
President McDanlels, of the board of
trustees, T. B. Kay, president of the
Board of trade; J. H. Albert, 0, B
Moores, Distrlcot Attorney John II.
McNnry, C. P. -Bishop, Bishop
Charles Smith, and Itev. E. II. Todd.
All wore for tho upbuilding of the
school, and all of them wero full of
confidence that It would bo made the
greatest school of the great north
BAND CONCERT TONIGHT.
Program Wednesday Evening June
15, by Salem Military Band.
March, "The Golden TTest' . . . Losev
Overture, "Marltana .Wallace
son" . , .. v .Harman
Anvil chorus, from "II Trovotore,"
J . Verdi
Baritone solo, "Tho -Holy City," . .
Ivan G. Martin.
"Mexican Kisses" Roberts
Selection, "Tho Newly Weds" O'Hare
W. E. McElroy, Director.
WHILE TESTING THE MACHIN
ERY AT THE FAIR GROUNDS
YESTERDAY,, IT COLLIDED
WITH A GUARD RAIL AND WAS
PUT OUT OF COJOUSSION.
HAS SMALL CHANCE
AYER'S MASS VBGOR
Hair falling out? Troubled with dandruff? Want more hair? An elegant dressing?
IntrrcdlpnLt 1 Sulphur. Qlyairln. Qululn. SciSlura Chlorld.
We bcllcvq doctors endorse this formula, or wc vnjild not put it tip.
Ooes raoSt Color Hair
Winnipeg, Man., juno 18. It Is
bolluvod that there Is little chance
of tho vlllago of Hymens being
saved from destruction by a forest
flro which surrounds It, according
to reports here today. Rangers are
en route from various points to as
sist In extinguishing the fire, which
already has burned ovor a large
area of timber for 50 miles north
and west nf Fort Williams, Ont.
Tho countrysido is aroused and
ovQry available min is out fighting
desperately to keep the flames from
P(C!S Cured in o to 14 Days.
PAZO OINNTMENT Is guaranteed te
cure any case of Itching, Blind, Bleed
lug or Protruding Piles In fl to 14
rtHYH or moiioy refunded, 6O0
The aeroplane constructed by Dr.
H. H. Scovell and B. P. Taylor, and
which was taken to the fair grounds
yesterday for ' its initial flight,
crashed into a gurd rail on tho
race track and, in addition to hav
ing the running gear badly broken,
tho propollor was put out of com
mission and also three ribs and sov
eral stay rods were smashed.
The machine at the time was
driven by Dr. Scovell and was rac
ing along the track at a speed of
about 25 miles an hour and' tho en
gines were working perfectly. The
run was being made preparatory to
the proposed flight, but the collision
with the guard rail put an end to it
for the time-being. It Is estimated
that it will require a week to repair
tho machine at which time anothor
flight will be attempted.
ONE OF THE MUSICAL EVENTS
OFJTHH ENTIRE SEASON, AL
WAYS LOOKED FORWARD TO
AND ALWAYS A DELIGHT.
One of tho ovonts of the week in
musical circles will be tho piano
forte recital glvon by the pupils of
Miss Beatrice Shelton in the First
Baptist church tonight. Miss Shel
ton's pupils aro and havo been favor
ites with Salem audiencjes and the
church will undoubtedly be crowded
to the limit. The program follows:
Assistants Mrs. W. Carlton
Smith, Mrs. Robert H. SaVago, Mr3.
Mac Hofer, Mrs. John Roberts, Mis?
Minolta Magers,;" quintette.
Mager's Trebje Clef Club; -Viola
Vercler: Pearl Vercler, violin; Ber
tha Clark, whistler.
Marche Hongrolso, Kowalskl Lu-
cllo Staloy, Ruth Boyer, Luclle
Toinorrovwis the last day we accept the $50 coupon on
any sale made in
We havd not raised the price of (and in Hollywood to get
this money in some other way, but give you a straight
rebate of $50 on any tract you may select. Cut out the
coupon and biding it to our office and we will apply it on
Price of our lands $1 75 per acre and up.
Terms: One-fourth down; balance in one, two and
We will take you out at any hour to see Hollywood
$50.00 . $50.00
Will bo accepted by us June 15 or
10, 1D10 as' part payment on any unsold-tract
and tho holder credited thereon with
FIFTY DOLLARS '
Our regular price list and terms to
apply In all sales. Only ono coupon
accepted on any one tract.
Bechtel & Bynon, Selling Agts.
347 State St.
Telephone 452 jj
Staloy, Gertrude Hunt,
alse Arabesque, Lack Bertha
Second Valso, Godard Ruth Boyer,
Lela Slater. '
Song of the Bathers, Wachs Lillian
Gay Butterflies, Hawley Bertha
Impromptu Mazurka, Lack.
Ghosts, Schytte Alice Baker.
Scherzo Brilliant, Wollenhaupt Lu
clle Staley .
The Dustman, Molloy Treble Clot
Tho Ripple, Skelton Lucilo Staley.
March, - Wollehnaupt.
La' Caprlcieuse, Eggerllng Margar
ot Cook, Lilian Slater, Bertha
Clark, Evelyn Relgelman.
Printemps d'Amour Mazurka, Gotts-
chalk Lucile Staley.
Hungarian Dance No. 5, Brahms
Rustle of Spring, SIndlng.
"If I Were a Bird," Henselt Mar
garet Cook, Bernlco Clark.
Valclk, Nevin Gertrude Hunt.
Homo, Sweet Home, transcription,
Papinl Viola Vercler, Pearl Ver
The Fisher, Parker.
Wynken, Blynkon and Nod, Op. 9,
Nevin Mrs. W. Carlton Smith.
Mrs. Robert H. Savage, Mrs. Mae.
"Hofer, Mrs. John Roberts, Misa
Foley's Kidney Remedy may be
given to children as well as elder peo
ple with admirable results. For .bed
wetting it is an excellent specific and
It is also recommended for use after
measles and scarlet fever, which
leave the kidneys In a weakened con
dition. Sold by J. C. Perry.
Home of the Late Rev. J. L. Parrish
THIS PLAT OF GROUND was placed ON SALE TODAY, and is Salem's LAST WORD in the way of an
INSIDE RESIDENCE ADDITION. It is too well known to residents in Salem to require a description in detail.
It is within five blocks of the CAPTOL BUILDING, two blocks from EAST SALEM SCHOOL, four blocks
of the NEW GARFIELD SCHOOL, five blocks from the HIGH SCHOOL, six blocks from the COURT HOUSE,
and five blocks from the POST OFFICE.
It lies between Mill Creek on the south, and Winter Street and the Southern Pacific Railroad, Market Street
being its northern boundary. It contains about 35 acres, and is divided into 150 lots, averaging 50x120 in dimen
sion. THREE IMPORTANT STREETS traverse it from north to south, and a STREET RAILWAY RUNS
THROHGH ITS CENTER. The property will be MODERNIZED and BEAUTIFIED so as to compare favorably
with any of the additions of the larger cities.
TO PERSONS INTENDING TO BUILD HOMES the owners will offer special inducements.
NO BETTER FIELD IS OPEN TO THE INVESTOR.
NEVER BEFORE in Salem has a HIGH CLASS addition been put on the market which is WITHIN THE REACH
OF ALL who wish to build a home, or make an investment. ;
. The nnce or lots ranees from $600 to SI ZOO. , ;
Terms ONE-FIFTH DOWN and BALANCE IN FOUR YEARS, payable in installments to subpurchaser.
REMEMBER, THE SALE BEGINS TODAY. .,..""' '-f
' PRICES WILL.BE RAISED from time to time, as the lofe are sold;
511 Ho S. National Bank Building