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DAILY OAPITAIi JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, THURSDAY, JUNE 10, 1010.
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Home Builders, Attention
Why not install a homo lighting and cooking sytem. making ns
worth ' rntng, 100 per cont hotor than any other gas. Safor than
electricity., Wo light stoics, halls, churchos, factories, otc. Also do
tlnntu'g and heating and plumbing, All w k "unrantoed.
A. L. FRASER
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FOR GOOD PRIZE
tttMTXD rnssa ixx&no wirii.7
Topoka, Kans., Juno 1G. .1. 0.
Mars, In tho Curtiss biplane "Sky
Jlark," today started for Overland
Tark, near Kansaa C(ty. After two
tjad starts, caused by failuro of tho
motor to work properly, Mara suc
ceeded In getting away at 7.30
o'clock, Tho dlatanco ia F6 mlloa by
ulrlino. Tho prlzo Is $5000.
Mars passod Peoria at 8: ID and
flow 15 miles In 24 minutes to Law
Tonco, whoro ho was. forcod to doscond
to. repair his onglno. Tho aoroplanc
was damaged when It Inndod at Law
ronco. In tho courso of his flight Mars
reached a holght of 1200 foot. Ac
cording to tho rules of tho flight,
thoro Is no limit as to tho numbor cf
stops, tho torms moroly requiring a
flight from Lawronco to Kansas City.
Mars consldorod tho distance desig
nated too short, nnd voluntarily un
dertook thd longor distance from To
No netting on Horse Haces.
Albany, N. Y., Juno IB. Gover
nor Hughofl today slgnod tho Agnow
Porklns bill provontlng bookniaklng
and iiool Boiling, orat op otherwise,
in connoctlon with horso racing.
SPEND THE SUMMER
Newport, Yaquina Bay
The Only Beach in the Pacific Northwest
Whoro th pretty Water Agates, Moss Agatos, Moon
stones, Carnollans nnd Rock Oysters enn bo fouad.
Outdoor Sports of All Kinds
Including hunting, Ashing, digging rook oysters, boat
iug, surf bathing, riding, autolng, canoolng and dancing.
Puro mountain wator and tho best food at low prlcos.
Fresh crabs, clams, orators, flsh and vegetables of all
kinds dally. Ideal camping grounds, with ptrict sanitary
regulations, at nominal cost.
Low Round-Trip Season Tickets
from all points In Oregon,
Washington and Idaho on sale
3 Day-Saturday to Monday Rato
from 8. P. points, Portland to
Cottage Qrovo, inclusive, In
cluding branch linos; also oil
C. & 13. stations Albany and
west, Going on Saturday or
Sunday, and for return Sunday
A Sunday Excursion Rate of
From Albauy, Corvallls and Philomath, with oorrwpoudlng low rata,
from points west, In effect all summer Call on any 8. P, or C. & It.
agnt for full parUoulara as to rates, train schedules), etc.; also for
copy of our beautiful illustrated booklet, "Outings In Oregon,' or
write to WM. M'MUIU.AY,
Oontmtl ratmrr Autuit, Portland, Orognn.
(Wm. L. Finley, in Collier's Weekly)
About us on every side is stretched
a sea of tules. For four weeks wo
had beon exploring a small portion
of tho Klamath country that lies in
Southern Oregon and Northern Cali
fornia. For days wo had followed
tho winding channels that flow be-
tweon thousands of tule islands, and
at last wo woro camped on tho edge
of a great Venice of bird cities.
Tho next day about noon I was ly
ing in camp watching a pair of avo
cets that were wading along, swing
ing their long bills from side to side
in tho mud as a reaper swings his
scythe. Suddenly I heard a distant
roaring sound that was coming lioar
cr, like tho approach of a storm. I
Jumped up, expecting to seo black
clouds arising from the south. An
other peal of thunder followed rapid
ly and another. And, as I looked, I
saw a big white pelican toboganing
out of tho heavens like a metor.
leaving a trail, of thunder at its tail.
Tho Colony a AVonderful Sight.
In tho days that followed I often
watched tho promenade of tho white
pelicans. After tho night shift re
turned from the feeding ground and
tho young birds had breakfasted,
their parents sat around for two or
three hours sunning themselves.
Then they began rising from tho
colony, swinging around in big cir
cles, higher and higher, until in half
an hour tho whole toand looked Hko
a flurry of snowf lakes In tho, clear
blue sky. Tho eye soon lost sight of
tho birds entirely, except as tho sus
was reflected In faint flashes from
tho snowy breasts. After two or
three hours tho promenade was end
ed by tho birds descending with
rigid, half-closed wings.
Tho marsh with all Its mysteries
has no other sight to compare with
tho white pelican. It is almost twice
as largo as tho brown pelican. With
its eight or nino feet of wings and
woight of 15 to 1C pounds, it rises
with difficulty from the surfaco of
tho water, kicking with Its feet to get
a start and leaving a trail of little
splashes in tho wake. When once
aloft, It floats with little effort.
Tho oxporlonco of tho past decade
shows that tho white pelican is
doomed to go as tho buffalo has gone
nnd as tho antelope is going. Even
if it Is protected, tho reclaiming, of
somo of our lakes, such as Malheur
lake in Southern Oregon, tho Lower
Klamath, lying on tho border be
tween Oregon and California, and
Pyramid lako In Nevada, may in
timo destroy somo of tho largest
colonics that exist.
Tho polican has a largo skinny bag
that hangs from tho lower part of
his bill. This, whon dlstonded, holds
sovoral quarts of wator. Whon not
in uso this sack is contracted so it
occupies vory little space. Tho white
polican uses this as a dip-not swim
ming along and scooping up the
young fry. It was formerly thought
that this pouch served to convey Hvo
fish swimming. In water to tho little
pelicans at homo, but, as Audubon
remarked long ngo, it Is doubtful
whether a polican could fly at all
with his burden so out of trim.
Ono might think tho polican was
heavy and too clumsy to make a
good fisher, but tho brown polican
Is as oxpert as a kingfisher nt div
ing. From a height of 30 or 40 feet,
ho drops into a school of small fish
and rises to tho surfaco with pouch
filled with fish and water. As tho
diver strotohos his neck and draw's
his bill straight up, tito water runs
out and tho whole qatch Is swallow
od with ono gulp.
Through tho woe.urn part of the
United Statoa tho pelican soason be
gins In April after the snow and Ice
havo molted, and lasts until August
or September, when tho young are
able to caro for thomselvos. Somo
tlmo ouo will find oggs just hatching
from May up till July... Tho polican
goiibrally lays twettf &throf) oggs, anil
incubatoa about four weeks boforo
The first timo I ovor saw a motley
orowd of half-grown pelicans I
thought nature had surely dono her
beat to make something ugly and rl
dloulous. It was a warm day and
tho birds stood around with their
mouths open, ptint'ng llko a lot, if
dogs after u chas,o. tholr pouches
shaken at ovory breath. Whon I
wont near, tho youngsters wont tot
tering off nn tholr big webbed foet
with wings dragging on this sldo and
that, as if 'hoy woro poorly handlod
-. Tho youngsters huddled
together by hundreds In small placo.
Those on the outaido pushod and
climbed to get near the center, till
It looked wore than any football
crlmwuge I ever ma
In tltta wide area of low islands
and water It ww necessary, slnre w
canvas that hung down around the
sides. This wo planted among the
tules at the edge of a largo colony
and covered tho top woll with reeds.
Tho wholo thing-soon passed as part
of- tho environment, while from tho
inside the camera man could point
his camera out through a narroy silt
in tho canvas, take pictures and make
observations at will.
Ono might wonder how such a
huge-billed bird as a pelican could
feed a helpless' chick Just out of tho
egg. It was dono with apparent
ease. Tho old bird regurgitated a
fishy soup into the front end of hfs
pouch and the baby pelican pitched
right in and helped himself out of
this family dish. As the young bird
grew older and larger, at each meal
ho kept reaching further Into the big
pouch, until finally when ho was
half-grown it was a most remark
able sight. The mother opened her
mouth, and the whole head and
nock of her nestling disappeared
down her capacious maw while ho
hunted for his dinner In tho in
Tho American white pelican was
formerly found In tho East as well
as the West, but tho range of tho
bird has contracted until It Is rarely
seen on the Atlantic coast. The bird
formerly nested in Minnesota, but
tho most eastern nesting slto today
within the United States is in the
Yellowstone Park. A bird so con
spicuous in size and color and one
that nests on the ground, can, never
rear its young free from the dis
turbances of predaceous animals and
men unless It can find a remote is
land, whero a large number of them
nest together. As these places be
come fewer and fewer, the white
pelican will Mo forced nearer and
nearer the final point of disap
ON PRIZE FIGHTS
Section 412 of tho California penal
code, which Governor Glllett says ho
may invoke to provent tho Jeffries
Johnson fight, reads as follows:
"Prize fighting prohibited.
"Any person who, within this
state, engages in, Instigates, aids, en
courages or does any riot to further
a contention or fight without weap
ons between two or mbro persons or
a fight commonly called a ring
or prlzo fight, either within 'or with
out the state, or who engages in a
public or privato sparring exhibition,
with or without gloves, within tho
state, or who sends or publishes a
challenge or acceptance of a chal
lenge delivers such a challenge or
trains or assists any person in train
ing or preparing for such a conten
tion, exhibition or fight, shall be
guilty of felony and upon conviction
shall be fined not less than one
thousand dollars nor more than five
thousand dollars nnd bo Imprisoned
In tho state prison not less than one
year nor more than three years,
providing, howevor, that sparring ex
hibitions not to exceed a limited
numbor of rounds with gloves of not
less than five ounces each in weight
may be held by a domestic incorpor
ated club upon tho prepayment by
such club of an annual license to bo
fixed by tho board of supervisors of
cities and counties or the city coun
cil or other governing bodies of in
corporated cities. Such exhibitions
shall comply with tho rules and
regulations as tho said supervisors,
city councils or other governing
bodies of cities and towns shall pro
scribe by ordinance; provided, furth
or, that the boxers, prior to each ex
hibition, must be exam 1 nod by u
physician, who shall determine
whether or not thoy are In perfect
' ' o- '
1. ItAItXAHI) OPENS
When we first
started to make
we thought they
would prove a
Now we know it.
strated their su
We have exer
cised the great
est care in blend
which are rolled
in mais paper,
THE JOHN BOLLMAN CO.
but it is likely that a better route
will be found over a much easier
pass. Coos county is this year to
spend $30,000 on the Myrtle Point
routo and by next summer it will be
practical for an automobile to rim
over and make regular time.
Wants To Help Some One.
STACJlli L1XB TO COOS HAY
Regular Mail Contracts Between This
City, Myrtlo Point and CoosT Hay
Hogius July 1.
Prollmlnary to tho boglnnlng of
hla contract, on July 1, for carrying
tho mail between Rosoburg and Coos
Hay, C. P. Darntird will put on a
nay wagon road tomorrow. When
this regular mall schedule opens
next month, the Coos Hay mall, In
stead of going by way of Myrtle
Point and tho'n by train to Murshfleld
will go by way of tho od Coos Bay
wagon road from this city and will
roach Murshfleld early iu the morn
Inp Itistoad of at noon.
Mr. Uarnard will also operate a
stage lino from Rosoburg to Myrtle
Point for tho accommodation, of tho
pooplo pf tho Coqullle Valley and
will bring the mall for tho valley
section ovor that road. Now stages
and fresh horsos are to bo put on
Much work is being done on both
at tho stage roads from Roseburg
and In another yer there will be
good highways into Marshfiold. Last
full $30,000 was expended en the
wauted to study th pellraus at cloi roos Hay wagnu rvi.td uiul ; t Is
rttige to adopt somo method of hid
ing. We took a large wagon um
brella covered with a plere of gretu
treiuH lo tl.is 6i.rau.er Tho wajjet
objection to the road is the high
mountain whloh must he eroaeed.
For 30 years J. F. Boyer, of
Fertile, Mo., needed help and couldn't
find It. That's why ho wants to help
somo ono now. Suffering so long
himself he feels for all distress front
backacho, nervousness, loss of appe
tlto, lassitude and kidney dlsordor
Ho shows that Electric Bitters worl
wonders for such troubles. "FIva
bottles," ho writes, "wholly cured
mo and now I am well and hearty.'
It's also - positively guaranteed foi
Liver Trouble, dyspopsta, blood dis
orders, fomalo complaints and ma
lnrla. Try them. BOc at J. C. Perry
UNITED TEES ISABCn WIM.
Portland. Oro.. Juno 16. Is
Speck Harkness coming back to Port
Such Is the rumor that has been
going the rounds, and Inasmuch as
Manager McCredlo Intimated before
ho left for tho south that Cleveland
would send him any of her surplus
Ditchers, considerable credence is
given to the report.
Harkness would bolster up tho
Beavers pitching staff Immensely, It
Is said, as he is a big, strong fellow
and willing to work.
Cleveland has been nursing Hark
ness on the bench, and gave him his
first workout of the year Monday,
He made a good impression, but will
hardly bo used in more than four or
flvo games this season, if as many.
Harkness took part in 65 games
last year, more than any other pltch
or In the league, and finished with &
percentage of 580. Ho won 29 and
lost 21 games.
(Continued from page three.)
county assemblies which will be
nothing more nor less than ah organ
ized machine and tho assembly have
the power to namo Individuals who
will be acceptable to the political
bosses and the machine men will
pass the word along the line and
down the line which will be taken
up by the different assemblies and
(will result in nothing more than
organized machine support by these
particular Individuals, and the other
parties on the ticket having no or
ganized machine support behind
them, tho vote for these will be so
cut up and split up that the effect
will be to nominate tho assembly
and machine men.
This is why the people, It seems to
me, would be foolish to give their
support to the assembly plan, as the
result would simply be the re-establishment
of machine methods in the
state of Oregon, and for this reason
I am earnestly opposed to this plan.
BECHTEL & HYXON'S BARGAINS
A'Skin Jt Beauty is a Joy Imm
fii t. mix aoiMnrs orhentai
CREAM OR MAGICAJ, BEAUTiFIER
Removes Tao, Pimple
freckles, iloth l'stcle
Bub. and Skin Dlstastt
ana every Dletnls
on beauty, and u
nes dstectmu. 1'
hMOood tbs tes'
or w Tf rs, anr.
ts so humus wi
Is proper), mails
Arx.pt bo counter
fell of slaiUai
naai. Dr. L. A
Savr. said to s
Mr of hfi haut
ton (a natlent)
"At you ladles
wui us. lorm.
sGearKUrl't Crontn' re Ike 1st barrxful of all tfce
akia mparaitons." ror sals by all drocttsu aad Kaacr
Ocode malar In the Uuliad butts, Canada od Lurope.
fimT.HOf UXS, Prep, 97 &ut Jomi Sited Km Tot.
Men &, Women
Ul 111 O fnix.n..l.,ll
' I , . 7 " s.sjaiassr,,ajijsj, i
IrnUtlooi or nlcrHnn fit 1
mUCOUsl mimhransia l.l.lu.
Ouaraote! not to 'itrletura.'
SSU Dr lrttrUI.
1 In tHla vrapiwr, tpr-
I prepaid, oa rlpi of ij. rami
Jkc fvtw tosttwi C.
, wininrwAl I, o
u. u . A.
J2500 will buy a 9-room house
and G good lots on North Commo'ial
St. This is a real good buy.
$900 takes -two large lots on Cap
ital street and a new 4-room well
built house. Look Into this.
$2500 gets a neat new cottage, in,
best part of South Salem, close to
car line, school and churches.
$2250 for 5 acres with a new bun
galow, close to town; a dandy little
place. Easy terms If desired.
$950 will buy a good -lot on Cen
ter, 60x100; Fine neighborhood.
$750 for a large lot on Cottage,
$125 per acre for a splendid farm
not far out on a good road, close to
school. ' This is a good farm and in
tho right d'strict.
Wo havo some, fine bargains on
Capitol street property. If you want
to take advantage of the increase
which will surely take placo on th'!
stieet, act now.
Wo havo somo good houses to
rent. Several 'ate listings cspocU!Ij.
Nollcn of Intention to Construct a
Sowerago System for North
Notlco Is hereby given that the
Common Council deems It expedient
and proposes to construct and estab
lish at tho oxpenso of tho property
owners within the limits of said dis
trict a sower system, to bo known
as tho North Salem sower, accord
ing to tho plans and specifications
adopted for such sewer, and on Ale
at tho offlco of tho City Recorder,
the boundaries of which is more par
ticularly mentioned and described I
said plans and specifications which
are hereby referred to tho samo as.
If fully written herein, and on Mo
at the offlco of tho City Recorder.
This notlco is published for 10
days pursuant to tho order of the
Common Council of tho City of Sa
lem, dregon, and the date of the
first publication thereof Is tho 7t.h
day of Juno, 1910.
W. A. MOORES,
seemed to gro.w weaker every day, ac
Saved From Awful Death.
How an appalling calamity In his
fimlly was prevented is told by A.
D. McDonald, of Fayettevllle, N. C.
R. F. D. No. 8. "My sister had con
sumpti n," he writes, "she was very
thin and pale, had no appetite and
all remedies failed, till Dr. King'
New Discovery was tried, and so com
pletely cured her, that she has not
bpon troubled with a cough s'nee. Its
tho best medicine I ever saw or heard,
of." For coughs, colds, lagrlppe,
asthma, croup, hemorrhage all
bronchial troubles, it has no equal,
50c, $1.00. Trial bottle free. Guar
anteed by J. Perry.
Every man thinks that the church
he is a member of does tho most beg
Pain anywnere stopped' in 20 min
utes sure with one of Dr. Shoop's
Pink Pnin Tablets. The formula is
on tho 25-cent box. Ask your doc
tor or druggist about this formula'
Stops womanly pains, headache,
pain anywhere. Write Dr, Shooo,
Racine, Wis., for free trial to prov
value. Capital Drug Store.
At Less Than Cost f
sra e w a m j -a- v
out my stock of 8
Haflocks I will
self balance on
hand at $2.50
H. Willam Thielsen
HECHTEIj & HYNON
!M7 State St. . Tel. 152
Bargains! Bargains! Hat-gains!
We havo 22 acres north of Salem,
on tho Portland Electric Railway,
house and barn, well; some fruit; all
In crop, for only $3000; a fine buy,
10 ncres IVi miles from Salem, all
in crop, 300 fruit trees, all kinds ot
berries, all the stock ftnd Imple
ments, somo household goods, well
watorod by spring; about an acre of
celery ground, house and barn. Re
momber the location; cheap buy;
14 acres, 6-room house, barn, well,
good woodshed, other outbuildings,
timber enough for family uso for 5
A fine 40 acres, all In crop, fair
houso and barn, excellent -land, out
skirts of a fine town; only $4000.
We have several bargains In vacan'
lonts; don't miss them; also some
fine buys in residences, and a dandy
good list of farms. Come la and sue
j. o. sciroisZ at co..
Bush Bank Building
Salem Fence Works
TToatlnuarters for Woven Wire
9 Fencing, Hop Wire Barb Wire,
Poultry netting. Shingles. Mal
thold Roofing, P. & B. Ready
Roofing, Screen Doors n d Ad- E
Justable Window Screens.
$ CKAS D. HULUfiAN . t
or.lt Onuvl Qtrnfir Phrno 10.A
snI S vEr(OTStY
Gold Dust Hour
COMPANY, Sydney, Oregon.
Made fcr Family Due.
k your grocer for It. Hrao
and rahorts ill way is oa hand,
I P. B. WALLACE, Agt.
Salem's most popular res
taurant, 362 State street,- We
never close, upon all night.
Wm. McGilchrisf & Sons
GEO. 0. SAVAGE,
For Kitruis and City
I JHS 8. COMMKRCIAIi ST.
FRENCH FEMALE I
4 Btra. Caaru. Buiu fcr rfemnsaa Ussmavs
jU r,.6nJ. Sauries IW lf, tuTJi
ease tXess ssM ru ssissrs uta.
5 d in Salans H Or. S. C. Stone