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EIGHT VMIKH I TOP IllSTOItV Or ATTEMITS AT AVIATION IS IIAKK DAILY EAST OKEGONIAN, PKXIUiETOX, OKEttOX, TIU KSDAV, SI :i"ll.M III :it 21, 1008. MM I n Mmlrl for WrlKlit MikIiIiio Wan Flint to lairv Inventor to IHMitli One Arhlp olilwed Willi 16 Men Alumni ami None Were Hurt Count 7.cii(;lln'n Mlnfortuno Itc culled Dentil Umnl Is Lonir and niack. WaHhlriKton, Sept. 21. The trag ical mishap which cost Lieutenant Thomas E. Selfridge, of the United States signal corpn, his life Is the most recent of many resultant from man's perHistent effort to conquer tho air. Mlenthul, a German sclentlHt, and M. Hilcher, another student of aeronau tics, probably were the first martyrs to the cause of the heavlor-thun-air typo of air craft. Tho former was killed In the summer of 1896 while experimenting with his "gliding ma chine," which Is said to have furnish ed th.' fiiHt. nmcUd fr tiin Wright brothers. The bitter met his denth about the same way In a text of his own aeroplane. On September 3 last Charles Ollre Jone.s, the Hammonds- port, N. Y.p aeronaut, fell to his deuth from his dirigible balloon Ilonmer ong while giving an exhibition flight In Maine. While It Involved no loss of life. Ihe destruction of Count Zeppelin's balloon by lightning near Stuttgart, Germany, on August 5 last, was one of the severest blows yet struck at aerial naxlgatlon. A spectacular areldint to a mam moth airship at Berkeley, Cal., on May 23 Inst, resulted In serious In jury to 16 men, who narrowly scap ed wl'h their lives. The airship, the Invention of Captain J. A. Morrell, was on Its trial trip. Tn full view of lO.nno people It ascended 3M feet, when It suddenly hurst and dropped to the ground with Its crew of 16 men. One of the most remarkable escapes from death In aeronautical blstorv was that of Call Robinson. who snlled the Knabetishue Airship at j Springfield, O., July 13. 1907. Rnb-I().n,i and ought to be left alone. Talk To Your Neighbors About Alberta! W. P. Temple of Pendleton says it will be the granary of the world in a few years. Lowell Rogers of Adams says he has seen bumper crops harvested in Alberta every year. There has never been a failure. Dave Cargill formerly of Pendleton is this year harvesting 54 bushels of winter wheat in central Alberta. J. F. LaCombe formerly of Pendleton is harvesting 38 bushels per acre and is paying for his land on the Canadian Pacific tract with this year's crop. The Canadian Pacific Railroad is not dickering in real estate. It has a 3,000,000 acre tract which it is offering to show you at $ 1 2, $ 1 5 and $ 1 8 per acre on eight years time at six per cent. You can s ee the crops growing, talk to your old neighbors and judge the land for yourself. The company will contract to break the sod, seed it, fence it and harvest it for you and will see you through. The railroad company wants the products and the traffic, and it is the last chance on the American continent to get a big tract of GOOD LAND CHEAP. JONATHAN JOHNSTON, Agent Canadian Pacific Railroad Land Bowman Hotel its Ills experience being a small scratch. Every one of the bystanders who wit nessed his aseent expected to see Rob inson dashed to a pulp At first his inachne shot downward so rapidly it was difficult for the eye to follow him. As he neaped the earth the ma chine slowed up. and he reached the ground safely. When the people flocked to the wrecked balloon, thinking to find Itoblnson a corpse, he was coolly lighting a slgarette. Inson fell Rfld feet, the only mark ofBUrRung quiver as at passes the back of the palate is Its last dying agony. Frenchmen are notoriously fond of snails cooked In rich, peppery sauce. Now they are claiming the protection of the game laws for their favorite, j which, it appears, was a dish much enjoyed In the days of Cicero. The council general of the French De partment Cote l'Or has passed a reso t'AMI-X MEAT LATEST FAD Ol' l'AIMslW El'KTHES Tails Sept. 24. Camel meat has just been authorized for sale on the Paris food markets. A firm of AlKerlan butchers has signed a contract for supplying regu larly one of the chief purveyors of the capital. Camel meat Is described a: excellent; that of the young camel as palatable as veal. The hump is thi part most prized; and the head makes a very good dish served with vinal gretto sauce. With this month the autumn dishes are all In vogue. Oyster merchants are up In arms yxalnst a drastic set of new police regulations aimed at se turliiK the wholesome tics of their wares. No salt that has been used for covering fish may be afterwards used on oysters, nor may the water In which flsli has been kept be used In cleaning them. They must not be washed overnight If they have been opened, but carefully covered. A gourmet writes that the oyster .ought to bo alive at the moment one proceeds to eat It. Its flesh should shrink and curl when a drop of lem on Is squeezed on It, otherwise It Is ZWCNKMi TO COLONIZE LA GKAXPE WILL EXTEHTAIN JEWS IX IXITEI) STATIN, l'EDEIIATEI) WOMEN'S CLVKS London, Sept. 24. Israel Zangwell. novelist, dramatist and leader In the La Grande, Sept. 24. Final an-j nouncement of the date on which the j movement to stimulate Immigration state convention of the federated Wo- j of Jews to America and their settle- men's dubs of (Megun will be called ment In the agricultural regions of in this city, was made today when an-j the west and south, sailed for New ! nouncement was made by Sarah A. York Wednesday. Evans, the state president that No-, y.Miiiiwell Is bitterly opposed to the vember 10, II and 12 are the dates; The Badge of Honesty Is on every wrapper of Doctor I'lnrce's (lulden Medical Discovery becauso a full list of the Ingredients composing It Is printed there in plain English. Forty years of experience lias proven its superior worth as a blood purifier and invigorat ing tonic for the cure of stomach disorders and all liver ilfo. It builds up tlio run down system as no other tonic can in which alcohol is used. The active medic inal principles of native roots such ns (ioldcn Seal and Queen's root, Stone and Mandrake root, i;klroot and I'.h'.i'U Clierrybark are extracted and preserved by the tiso of chemically pure, triple refined glycerine. Send to Dr. II. V. l'lerce at llulfalo, N. Y., fori'.e booklet which n,i.,,,u nvlr-I.Hd fruTtl i -1 1 -TWO!!! I ZCll tiled leal authorities such as Drs. Uartholow, Kloir. SeuditrV. Coe. KllliiBWOod and a host of other, showing that these roots can bo action I aecomp us well and in Is Ios llilHV aiiied y d ln511 v: . fa nded noon for their curatlvo nil weak states of the stomach, iy Imligcftm:) or dyjepbui I bilious or liver com plaints Avastlnir diseases" where thero flesh nnd cradual running down nf lytreni'tb mill svslem. The Mlolden Medical Discovery " makes rjch. i'iire blood luid mi In vion.'es yv.- rpilatesTlistoaiti, li tTifiiroSSak and. tliroiiL-h tlieip. ilie whole, system. Thus all skin aliectiotis, blotches, pimples and eruptions as well as scrofulous swel lings and old open runnim? sores or ulcers aro cured nnd healed. In treating old running sores, or ulcers, It Is well to In suro their Iicalltig to apply to them Dr. I'iercu's All llealing Salve. If yourdru.T gist don't happen to liavo this- Salvo in stock, send lifly-foiir cents In poslago stamus to World's Dispensary Medical As sociation. Dr. It.V. Pierce, Pres., Buffalo, N. V., and a large box of the" All-Healing fcialvo " will reach you by return post. You can't afford to accept a secret nos trum as a substitute for this non-alcoholic, medicine oi known roMfostTio.v, not even though tho urgent dealer may thereby make a little bigger profit. Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pollets regulate and invigorate stomach, liver and bowels. Sugar-coated, tiny granules, easy to take at candy. lutlon claiming protection against Its scheme of prominent English Jews fori set. extinction. A law must be passed, repatriating the needy Jews in 1'aies they have decided, classing snails as tine. While in New Yoik Zangwill game, which from April 15th till July; will arrange the details for produc liith, should not be destroyed, hunt- tlon of his new play, "The Melting ed or disturbed during their breed- Pot," which is a problem drama deal ing season. lng with his race. i Zangwell said prior to sailing: ESKIMO YILLAfiE I " novv I""5 ls a 1 ' IS ITIO.EX TO DEATH f(,r tl,e Jewish problem. The play ' ideals with the general problem of the o, Frozen stiff and fusion or tne races in aniericu, as me WHOLE . ' , - titlo Meltinu Pot.' imnlies. and with evidently a long lime ueau a wnuie, - - . village of Siberian Eskimo were found , the problem of the Jew as part of on the Siberian const by a party of the general problem. Naturally It Indians who went In a canoe last -"'i"ii...-i...., ".- Juno to see their comrades to dis I Jew ish side." cover what experiences they had gone through during the winter. Their provisions were completely exhaust ed and in their famished condition they had eaten the skin covers from their houses and had actually be gun' to devour tho clothing that cov ered them. This tale Is told by Rev. Edgar O. Campbell, who Is In charge of the Presbyterian mission station at St. Ijuwronce Island near Nome, In a letter to Hew Wallace H. Lee of Se attle. Only once a year has St. Law rence Island communication with the outside world nnd the letter received from Mr. Campbell Is the first news of the disaster brought to Seattle. After the long winter spent at St Lawrence Island the Indians went on the trip and made the ghastly discov ery mentioned. PHILADELPHIA PLAXS TO CEI.EIUIATE IJIKTHDAY Philadelphia, Sept. 24. One of the greatest civic celebrations ever held will be Inaugurated In Philadelphia a week from next Sunday. From Ocl tober 4 to 10 the Quaker City will be en fete In commemoration of its 225th birthday. Hundreds of thou sands of dollars will be spent In making the event a memorable one. the program Including great parades, and a week of field pageantry that will surpass, In spectacular ami gor geous effects, the recent pageant In Quebec. During a single week Phila delphia will live over again Its long history of 225 years. Thousands of visitors from all over the world are expected to witness the magnificent spectacle. WILL EXIOX LAItOll SITPOKT ;OM PENS' PKO;lt.M Peoria, 111., Sept. 24 Whether union workmen of Illinois will ad here to tho Gonipcrs program and support rtryan will be one of the Im portant questions up for decision at the convention of tho Slate Federa tion of Labor tn this city next month. Opinion, is divided as to the wisdom of such a course and n hot fight is already In progress to secure con trol of the convention. An appeal ! the voters of the Danville district to defeat Speaker Cannon will be pre sented and the federation will he asked to Indorse it and to wage an active warfare on "Uncle Joe." TII1XK THEY HAVE EOI XD ASIATIC SMKJOI.EU AXD I.os Angeles, Sept. 24. Government officials here believe that they at last have under arrest the leaders of a gang of organized smugglers engaged in running Asiatics over the Mexican border and into the 1'nlted States. The men arrested have been Indicted as the result of evidence gathered in a year's work by the officers. They are Jesse D. ltutten. proprietor of a liverv stable, fJ. J. Patch, manager of an automobile garage and Francisco Chavez. Ignaclo Harries and Salva dor Armeiitez, Mexicans. Millions of bottles of Foley's Hon ey and Tar have been sold without any person having experienced any othe than beneficial results from Its use for coughs, colds nnd lung trouble. Tills is because the genuine Foley's Honey and Tar In the yellow package contains no opiates or other harmful drugs. Guard your health by refus ing any but the genuine. Pendleton Drug Co. ;oocl Koads Mtvt. Atlantic City, N. J Sept. 24. Dele gates are beginning to gather In this city today for the National Good Itoud conference to be opened to. morrow under the auspices of the Associated . Automobile clubs of New Jersey. Many novel features have been arranged for the convention. Mincohi Horse Show, Mlneola, I.. I., Sept. 24. Mlneola's seventh annual horse show was open ed today with bright promises of suc cess, both socially and financially, A number of handsome cups will be contested for. A. fJ. Vanderbllt and other prominent horse show devotees will net as Judges. Th two clubs of the city, through; the various committees, have been working for several weeks on this, ( matter, but have been handicapped as to details because of the uncertain-! ty of the dates. Now that they have been nnnounced, preparations will fairly hum until everything stands ready for the arrival of the first of the 7" women delegates expected here on that date. $100 Reward, $100. The readers of this paper will be plens ed to learn tint there Is at least one dreaded dispose that science has been able to cure In ali Its stages, and that la Ca tnrih Halls- Catarrh Cure Is the only . pusltlve, cure now known to the medlcn' 1 fraternity. Catnrrh being a constitutional disease, require a constitutional trcnt I ment. Hall's Tntarrh Cure Is taken In ! ternally, acting directly upon the blood and . mnonis surfaces of the system, thereby de I Rt roving the foundation of the disease, and 1 giving the patient strength hy building 1 up the constitution and assisting nature ; In doing its work. The proprietors have : so nun li faith In Its dilutive powers tlmt i they offer (hie Hundred Dollars for any ! case Hint It fulls to cure. Send for list of , testimonials. Address: i K. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. : Sold by all Druggists. 75c. 'fake Hall's Family Tills for constlpa tlon. I Indu-tHal Educnilon. j Atlanta, C.a., Sept, 24. Atlanta ; has been awarded the next conven-! tlon of tile National Society for the1 Protection of Industrial Education,; and the sessions will begin here on November 10. Governor Hoke Smith1 will welcome the visitors, and the speakers will Include Secretary of Agriculture James Wilson and An-' drew Carnegie. Montana Tiail-llla.ers. Lewiston, Mont., Sept. 24. Scores of the trail-blazers who played an active part in the paliiface conquest of Montana will meet here during the next three days In the annual re union of the Montana Society of Pioneers. COFFEE Our name on the pack e gives us the credit, and puts on us the money back burden it isn't a burden! Your grocer returns your money If yon don't like Schilling's Best , we par him Atlantic City, N. J., Sept. 24 Drug Jobbers of the nation are assembled In Atlantic City today for the open ing of the convention of the Nation al Wholesale Druggists' association. THE WANT ADVERTISEMENTS ARE "INTRODUCING" When more people come to use and answer cllsslfied adver tisements, more people will know each other More People With Mutual Interests Will Meet more people will find channels nnd opportunities for recipro cal service. Truly, the want ads are Introducing people shaming away the scorn of small things, the scorn of "bargaining," of ex changing useful but not used things for useful and usable ones. Mr. Merchant and Think it Over! Do You Live in the Land of f f PERHAPS 9 EVERY BIG STORE in this city was once situated in "tlie Land of Perhaps." Every merchant carries, in liis mind, a map of this odd country. And no two of these maya look alike. On one map the Capital of the country U marked "Common Sense"; on another it is marked "Dreams." "Determination" is a chief city on one man's map ; and it is situated on the river of "Plans." The other man's map shows the town of "Some time," on the river "Not-Yet." On one man's map of the Land of Perhaps is shown a Tnink-line railway, named The Pub licity Short-Line, making connections at the Port of Hustle with daily steamers to the town of Real Things which is in our own country. On the other man's map is marked a railway line called "What's-Your-IIurry ;" One termi nal of this road is called "Fonret-it." and the other is called "What's-the-Use." Xo tickets are suld to the town of Real Things. Every merchant in this city owns property in this Land of Perhaps. Those who use the railway called "The Publicity Short-Line," no rebates or private ear concessions will eventu ally got most of this property moved into the town of Real Things, which is a town very like this one. Pendleton's Passenger Time Card Arriving Pendleton O. R. & N. Leaving Pendleton Portland Passenger r . . 4:10 p. m. Chicago-Portland Special 4:40 p. m. Portland-Chicago Express . 2 :55 a. m. Portland Passenger .... .t 8:00 a. m. Chicago-Portland Special 12:25 p. m. Portland-Chii'iicro Express 1 :05 a. m. O. R& N. WASHINGTON DIVISION Spokane Passenger .... 4:30 p. m. Walla Walla Passemror 10 :.r)0 a. m. Spokane Passenger .... 12:30 p. m. Walla Walla Passenger 4:50 p. m. NORTHERN PACIFIC Pasco Tassencer j 11 :C0 a. m.' and 2:00 p. m. 1i1sc0 ssen-er. 4:30 P. m. UMATILLA CENTRAL Tilot Rock Tassenffor ... j Pil. t Rock Fafsciurer . . . 3:15 p. m. 8:45 a. ni. ATTEND THE FAIR. ATTRACTIONS FOR ALL ROUND TRIP FARES Interstate Fair, Spokane, Oct. 5 to 10. Walla Walla Fair, Walla Walla, Oct. 12 to 17. Umatilla & Morrow Counties Fair, Pendleton, Sept. 28 to Oct. 3. COLONIST FARES From the East during September and October. Ticket Deliveries Arranged at any points East or South. Call on W. ADAMS, AGENT, PENDLETON, OREGON or any passenger representative of the NORTHERN PACIFIC RAILWAY A. D. CHARLTON, A. G. P. A, Portland, Or.