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April 29, 1920
effects, according to the surveys, are
more lasting and pitiful. There is
one country, however, from which the
Portland Journal, Apr. 22nd.
A story is told of a Grays Harbor report comes: Do not provide for
lumberjack. In his mother country the children because there are no
he had been told that the American children to provide for. That country
eagle is symbol of liberty, justice and is Poland, where the children mostly
equality of oportunity. When he ar died when the people were deported
rived in New York he saw the insig to Siberia in 1915.
There are approximately 900,000
nia of the eagle spread upon the cap
children in the Lutheran Sunday
of a man in uniform.
To this man he confided the fact schools of America. There- are in
that his savings for a start in the addition approximately 250,000 more
new land were $1100. In return he children that are not organized in
was told of an investment where he Sunday schools as in many sections
could with certainty multiply this of the Lutheran church the Sunday
fund. He followed the advice through school system has never been intro
confidence in the man who wore the duced. These children are being
eagle on his cap. He lost all his roused to respond to the appeal of the
money. His wife became a mother on Lutheran children of Europe. 25,000
the streets of New York. The babe workers are being enlisted in the
died of exposure. A week later the Lutheran Sunday schools throughout
this country. Their task it will be to
The man drifted West. He got into preesnt the matter to the children in
the forests. When he had earned some their charge, and to enlist their sup
money it became his habit to come port and their contributions.
down and spend it in barrooms. When
May 16th will be “sacrificial Sun
his money was gone he was kicked day”, when the children will make
out. Then he would return to the their contributions.
R. D. Inman Dead.
The lumberjack was embittered;
R. D. Inman, preisdent of the
The eagle had been made a symbol Inman-Poulsen Lumber Co., died at
of deceit. He cursed the city that Si. Vincent Hospital Tuesday morn
allowed his. babe to be born in the ing, following a surgical operation.
streets and that had reached forth
Mr. Inman came to Oregon early in
no friendly hand to save his wife. He life and was one of the founders of
cursed the sordid commercialists that the Inman-Poulsen Lumber Co. He
I would give him a shelter and a cup was 55 years of age and leaves a
in which to drown his grief only so widow and two daughters by a pre
long as he had money to pay.
When the war broke out, this man vious marriage.
A BAD OUTLOOK.
derided the idea that the things for
which he conceived the American A tailor who was defendant in a
eagle to stand were worth fighting case at the assizes seemed much cast
for. But the war brought organiza- down when brought up for trial.
i tion to cheer the lives of men that “What’s the trouble?” whispered his
were getting out war material in the counsel, observing his client’s distress
camps. The organized friendship of as he surveyed the jurymen. “It
this particular organization extended looks pretty bad for me,” said the
to him a sincerely friendly hand. His defendant, “unless some steps are
outlook was changed. His standards taken to dismiss that jury and get in
elevated. His life sought new paths. a new lot. There ain’t a man among
He has become an American citizen. ’em but what owes me money for
He has found that despite some un clothes.”—Tit-Bits.
worthy individuals who wear the in
signia, the American eagle stands WANTED—competent girl for gen
truly for justice, liberty and equality eral housework; good wages. Apply
407 14th Street.
On May 1 there is to be a demon
stration in Portland and throughout
the country against the “Reds.” Not John Richard Green, English Historian
No nobler figure ever stood in the
all of alien birth are Reds. Not all
who classify as “Reds” are willingly forefront of a nation’s life. Washing
of bitter spirit. Some of tehm were ton was grave and courteous in ad
dress. His manners were simple and
Americanism day ought to enlist unpretending; his silence and the se
friends and helpfulness for the stran rene calmness of his temper spoke of
ger from abroad. It ought to teach a perfect self mastery. But there was
him in kindly fashion the protection little in his outer bearing to reveal the
and Incentive for achievement pro grandeur of soul which lifts his figure
vided by American laws and institu with all the simple majesty of an an
tions. Organized friendship is the cient statue out of the smaller pas
best weapon against those “Reds”! sions, the meaner impulses, of the
that have not as yet been dyed a fast world around him.
Prince Vilhelm of Sweden has left
an exploring expedition to Cen
LUTHERAN SUNDAY SCHOOL for
tral America. His staff will chiefly
CHILDREN TO AID.
devote itself to archeological investi
The Lutheran children of America gations in Yucatan and Honduras.
are preparing to bring a gift of $300,-
Ikke i stand til at staa ud af sengen.
000 to the starving and suffering “Min mand var meget syg af reuma-
Lutheran children of Europe.
tisme,” skriver fru E. Huchthousen
This is part of the Lutheran world fra Sebringville, Ont. “I femten
service campaign, which .is being maaneder var han ikke i stand til at
organized to take place May 9th to forlade sengen. Han blev behandlet
16th. The goal of the campaign is af forskjellige Iaeger, men til ingen
$1,800,000, all of which will be spent nytte. Vi pr0vede saa Dr. Peters
during the present year in different Kuriko, hvoraf han har brugt, seks
parts of Europe for relief work flasker. Han er nu rask og i stand til
among Lutheran groups, and for the at gaa omkring og udf0re let arbei-
re-organization and re-establishment de.” Der er mange slags reumatis-
of church life where it has stopped or me, men lige meget hvilken slags det
been hampered by the war.
end er, vil dette gamle, tidspr0vede
Special arrangement is being made urtemiddel bringe lindring, fordi det,
for this gift of the Lutheran children paa grund af sin indvirkning paa ny-
of America because the survey Of the reren og leveren, hjaelper til at bort-
needs of Lutherans in Europe during fjerne de giftige stoffer, der foraar-
the past year has brought out an sager denne smertefulde sygdom, og
appalling need especially among the forbedrer blodets tilstand. Kuriko
children. The need of the children ' kan ikke kjdbes paa apoteker; den
is, of course, no different from that leveres til folk direkte fra Dr. Peter
of their parents, but it is felt more Fahrney & Sons Co., 2501 Washington
keenly by the children, and the Blvd., Chicago, Ill.
MAKING AN AMERICAN.
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