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About Capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1919-1980 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 29, 1919)
THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, MONDAY, DECEMBER 2D, 1919.
TtUEF IS PROIUSfD
An increfuiA In Mirtltnl from IS flflft -
Ann tn ti n nnn rnn i nii,.atA i .
i tifi rate filed with the corporation cora
I mission here Saturday bv the TJnlon
.Savings & Loan company of Portland.
utner certincatia ol increase were
filed fijt f ollnwa?
Scandinavian-American Realty com
pany, rortiana, &uuo to JlO.ooo.
uregon xaDie company, roruana,
15000 to 125,000.
Botsford, Constantino ft Tyler, Inc.,
Portland. 125.000 tn 150 00ft.
Resolutions of dissolution were filed
by the Western Transportation &
WnH WllD ACLRiH
-: Immediate relief for the grain con
gestion situation In Oregon as well as
tor the lumber Industry in this state
which has been greatly handicapped
because of lack of cars. Is promised
by the federal railroad administration
according to telegrams received Sat
urday by the public service commis-
a TI TI A ! ..1.
Kion irora xv. n. nuuiuu, vim-afey, joy lno w esiern rransporu
regional director for the railroad ad- ITourlng company of Portland.
Specific Instances wherein cars are '
not being supplied to lumber mills are
used by the railroad administration,
according to McNary's telegram which
states that the administration prom
ises to use every effort to relieve the
northwest from the present shorage
Police Discover Tdsa Boy
Not Jissms Perfect Babe
Tulsa, Okla., - Dec. 29.-a-The "hot
trail" of the missing Billy Dansey of
fSfL-t- vi.' ..-i .r.oi flHammonton,.N. J., has apparently
rtthn nubile service commission for
warded Friday night states that the
administration is "making most stren
uous efforts to improve movement of
empty cars In your territory, uener- j
al operating conditions are improving
considerably on all lines, he state,
adding that with a good break in
weather conditions a definite Improver
merit in the car supply throughout the
northwest can be expected.
The commission has asked the West
Coast Lumbermen's association and
the Willamette Valley Lumbermen's
association to assist In supplying the
railroad administration wtih specific
instances of car shortages In the lum
ber industry in this state.
Chief Auten of the CollinsvlUe, Okla.
police, who announced Saturday that
he believed he had found the missing
hnhv hnii ennn hick to his home town,
convinced that he was on the wrong
The local boy, "Billy" Holmes,
thought by Chief Auten to be
missing "perfect baby" was found to
be older than the missing Dansej
All of 'em were there the sweet lit
tle colleen, the haughty noblewoman.
the crooked Jockey, the treacherous
British aristocrat, the penurious
Scotchman, the tempted youth, the
decisive Irish widow, the faithless
groom and Chauncey.
Chiimmv th Irish troubadour, wno
has set the world singing the songs of
th hoes and the fairies ana oi ins
trua hearts that his voice has for years
been telling us Inhabit the banks of the
Shannon and the fields of Lnaonoer- j
The Helllg theatre was pacKeo m
day night when the curtain rose on
Olcott and his company one aay late
alter a sojourn in me uuwo u twwiu botiih
Oregon. The play a delightful com- I News.
Delicious Irish brogue, canny Scot'
dialect and the rich patois of the
cockney are mingled tn the play, while
Olcott sings lour new songs. Respond
ing to a loud and insistent curtain
. with several of the old favorites called
for from the audience "Mother Ma-
enree, "Tumble-down snacK, ana
"Wild Irish Rose."
The engagement will close tonight,
following a special matinee in the aft
ernoon. Oregon Journal.
"The sensation of the new publics
tioa Is that In it the former leading
personality of the Gtrroan Empire
again appears in a d&ullng light.
Whoever has looked through this col
lection ol papers tor the imperial
marginal notes, which all too liberally
adorn them, can no longer doubt for
a moment that before the war the
Herman Emnlre was rul d fey a sml
wat nod liii.e it. lit
to now p '! s tho .
rortc penalty for Its oHvnse
cp- '! Sa thi" tr- it U '
OF MISER'S M .
lunatic. It witt be quite clear that te i .
with this man at the head ol affair.
Germany was bound, some day. to gwt
'OIUNAL WANT AC 3 VAT
London, Dec. t4. 'A German
White Book, dealing with the origin
of the war, has just appeared in
Berlin." says a dispatch to the Dally
iedy of the old sod was just the aot-Vith the unofficial and largely pre-
Lr n Va nthas ontn frtllr . iji.-j 1 V t.'n -I VntiaT v
1 1 1 kc . nu wcic iiio viu wm i inuicea vuiuiutj u t ami -
who make up the party. For all who , formerly Under Secretary of Foreign
braved the cold and snow weni mere ; Affairs In the Ebert Government.
to see and hear just the one Chaun- I -Published in tour volumes, this
cey himself. The play would have been j, Sooi. is a series of documents '
. 1 VnmnU al vrhnlMARlA - . . .
el tne greatest imporwnca nu ui i
thrlllllng interest. ' It will, doubtless.
constitute to future historians one or
the chief sources of authoritative in
formation about the great European
Kalxpt'a Letter Given
Agriculture Andlabor Men
Discuss Current Tomes Of Day
" Ohlcaeo. Dec. 29. National indus
trial Questions; findings of the world
recently held at
law. . . . o
w vi-vtnn onil thA hieh cost of liv
ing were the questions discussed at
the national convention of the Am
erican association of Agricultural and
i i.,!.i.tiA mpntine hare today.
Cooperative buying and selling was
urged by many of the delegates as a
means of fighting nign price .
operative sociotles were formed, gen
erally, prices would tumble, they de
clared. The part the farmer will take
in the industrial war was also to De
taken up. . . ' . v 'r
AAA RmI Estate Brokers
File License Applications
More than 600 real estate brokers
have already filed their applications
n.nna onpArfline to vv. V.
for a xoiw uviciiow, .
Johnson, deputy In charge of the de
partmeni A total of 1537 real estate
vi., v " been licensed during
1- TWroit. Mien., uec. -ofTe
Su'nday News will be increased
,nm eight to ten cents, efefctlve
Irom eigni -i ,ceB
Atlnntln Citv. N. J.. Dec. 29. Prose
cutor Edmund C. Gaskill has announ-
i.rt that the whole "Billy" Dansey
man will be laid before the grand
jury at Mays Landing on January 13.
'At thnt time I will ask that indict
ments be returned against Charles 8.
White, on a charge of murder and
against Mrs. Edith L. Jones, as an ac
cessory after the fact,', the prosecuior
none the less happy and wholesome
without him, but the songs that en-
rirhtxl its aualntness could have been
sung by no one else. It was not mail
the actor Olcott could not have been
dispensed with, but that the warmth
of his heart and the melody or ms
voice are more to the American people
ithan his tricks as a thesplan.
And around him are men and wom
en of art and sympathy. They knew
th siihtletlea of the stage ana
Tkmimh its naffes cass all the
personalities who controlled the des
niaa nf nrmuiv on the eve of the
One seems to hear, as one reads
SUBWAY TIED CP
New York, Dec. 29. Subway lines
of the lnterborough Rapid Transit
onmnanv were tied up for a short time
tndav. Large numbers or woricers
walked to their offices.
HELP FOR .'.OTHER
.1 1 .h..nrttlt ta
4 A moiner wnose oucu6
over-wrought or who is thin,
pale or nervous, should find re
newed energy in every u
Let it help turn your daily
Scott's Emulsion is abundant
irt thos noitrishing ele
ments that every mother
In the land needs. '
Scott k sows. llooiuatH. 1. h
part of the leBser folk must play upon
it. They are lesser rolK, nowever, oniy
in that Olcot Is the greater. It may be
that the Olcott personality has devel
oped them Just as the Olcott voice baa
m.a hotter sinenr of millions.
Macushla." is. baldly, the story oi
a younger son of proud but spend
thrift parents, who, by a series oi ac
cessions, becomes owner of Duncannon
estate. Since childhood he has piayea
with the daughter of one of the fam
ily serving folk, but does not Know ne
loves her. When he becomes mr
xi.ian TTitiirnrniil. th hanDv compan-
ionahip continues until some English
snobs of wealth acquire & neignoor-
ing property. The male oi tne new
family, by his knavery, shows both
Brian and "Pat" what their real senti
ments are. Poverty forces Brian to sen
off much of the ancestral gooas ana
these volumes, the voices of Emperors
and Princes now dead or in exue, or
of statesmen now In disgrace. Ths
archives of the Foreign Office seem
lum hon ransacked with work
manlike thoroughness. The Kaisers
marginal notes on dispatches receive!
i.n ,v Amhnssadors are sometimes
quoted, and letters which he wrote to
almost all the monarens oi r-uropo an.
.i,,i Tha drama unfolds useu
before the reader -with ..astonishing
"Nine hundred telegrams, state pa
o., ittsra nrn reDrodUced. On
. - ... n,
hears In turn tne uerun to
flee speaking to the German Ann
v..Srin . m feiroeraa, rr
Rome and to Prince Llchnowsky U
t..jmi a suddenly as on a cine
matograph screen, the scene change!
I and through the medium or uuoi.
orr mucn oi ira aiifiriu (, " i XDft througn me moum'" ?
chattels, but he reUln Macushla, toe qlgpatche, on sees von Tlrplts or vo
inmninv niarn and he enters ! . . . ... i.i..in in thn KniDcror s
lauivua ju...i'...o I a&01ia Wll"5i.w , ...
her at the Dublin steeplecnase, siaaing Tne firat volume contains aqpiw
evervthine he has at 10 to 1 ooas. ie-
spite the chicanery of his English
neighbor, who has an entry, iwiiu
wins and the estate Is reestablished.
Then It Is free rent for the tenants
and off to America for Brian, speeded
v th, viaacinen of his DeoDie ana ac-
hv little "rai. wno jum
his fight for wealth that his people
may he happier.
rvni. n "BltOMO QUINLSE"
To get the genuine, call for fun name
ijuiir for signature of IB. W.
fiDAvn rnTAa a cold in one day. 300
unv I -
nnliima contains QqcUV
ments dealing with the period fro.
at Sarajevo to ths arrival of the SeiV
blan reply to tne
The second volume takes the hlstor
f events down to in nuamaii "..
... . ,1.1-4 Anvn in ms utmi"
izaiioni m --
Uon of war on France, and the final
volume Is entitled 'From the dona
tion of war on France w """""
Hungarian declaration oi
Russia.- ,4r' :i
. How vorwaerui
Vorwaerts. under the full pag
. .it.v. vnni hv the Grace or
"" "' 4 ;nii,.w. on the
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