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THE CAPITAL JOURNAL
WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 25,
THE CAPITAL JOURNAL
AN INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPER
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May by The Capital Journal Printing Co
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ad also local news published herein
Albany. A wedding of unusual In
terest to Albany people took place at
Vancouver Tuesday, when Miss VIoh.
Flmpson of this city became the brido
i Henry Lutz also of Albany.
burg. Mrs. Nancy Price Smith,
v im has resided In Ro.-hurg over six
ty year", passed si way Saturday night
hi her home at 614 South Jackson
street, -lentil reuniting from complica
tions due to old ago.
Knterpi-lso. Daniel lioyd of Enterprise-
has announced his candidacy for
fUdcgute to the republican national
convention. S. M. Lovell of Enter
prise find John McDonald of Wallowa
art- the .first candidates for count
office, the former for sheriff and t'ic
hitler for assessor. Moth will file us
Kugcne.- Will (I. Steel, roomily
elected secretary of the Eugene Chnm
lier of Commerce, will take up his
new duties March 1. He succeeds I', i...
Cllatrap, secretary for 10 months.
Eugene. Jerry Richardson was Frl
dny sentenced to spend tho remainder
of his life In the penitentiary by Judge
Plilpwurtli. Richardson's 13-yrBr-ou.
daughter gave birth to a child In Jan
uary nnd ho acknowledged being the.
fnlher nnd pleaded guilty.
Wnrrcnton. An Important stop to
ward solving the housing problem at
Wiirrenton was taken last week when
n, i-ontract ;wiik nwnrded to W. II
Putts of thin city for the erection of
HI residences for the accommodatlor
of the worker of the clay produots
plant. Tin' houses are to be two storv
frame structures, modern!" eqi-'n- '
u ml will tout approximately f 3200
Eugene. 'When Jack Maglndry,
prominent Inmlier nnd sawmill man,
was told he was violating th I"'"
poi-iiilttlng sawdust from his mill to fall
Into Row river, ho asked the officer to
return to Eugene, file n complaint,
plead guilty tor htm and pay thp ftmv
The Justice of the peace assessed the
minima- at $25, which was satisfactory
to nil .mil Aingladi-y kept on with his
Kuiteiie. Instead of marrying n
rich old man last April, Mrs. David O.
Pmltli of Springfield assert's that she
illsi'ovei-ed that tier indent Bti-ytinr-oid
lover was long on promises but not
much on fulfillment. Shortly after
their marriage, she says, he insignia
oil her tilling mush three tlmos n 'lay,'
ns n matter of economy. She, is flak
ing tlio court lo relieve her of her
ngi-d Jiusliand nnd to givo her tho
house nnd lot he promised if she would
Astoria. A contract for n Wnfor
front Improvement that entails an ex
penditure of $70,000 was awarded Sat
urday morning to George W. Sanborn
Sons to the Gilpin Constructiort coin
puny, The Im movement will oonalxt
of the coiiHtriietlon of it wharl' froo,
the west lino of Tenth street to tho
liol'ss, lllgulns Co. docl! n distance
Mm feel ninl extending from the
v-iili-oml 1-inllt of way to the pierhead
line, nil average depth of 12." feet. In
ritlililioii there will lie one witrebous
l.'ili by 100 feet, nnd another, 100 br
1u feet, both outside the railroad nnd
both modi iiily oiinippcd. At tlio ist
end of the improvement, there tire t'
be two slillps, each f0 foot wide by
MO feet In depth, wtlh a pier anil
warehouse, 40 by 75 feOt, bstween
them for the especial accommodation
of ,the smaller steamer, wliloh ply
ti.a lower Columbia river and Its trlbn
Senator Chamberlain ha3 filed the declaration of his candi
dacy for re-eiection as United States senator stating the follow
ing platform :
"Strike for world peace, and such legislation by congress as will stabilize
the agricultural. Industrial, commercial and social life of our country and
hasten the restoration of norma pre-war conditions; for legislation for
the proper care of those who have successfully fought the wars of our
country; for co-operation between the federal and state governments in
oad construction; Improvement of our rivers ami harbors and reclamation
of arid lands: for the establishment of aviation stations and the protection
by airplane of national forests, as well as forests in private control in co
operation with the owners thereof."
After his name upon the ballot will appear the following:
"My country; its preservation and the perpetuation unimpaired
of its institutions."
It is really unnecessary for Senator Chamberlain to submit
a platform other than his record, which has always been for
public welfare and the preservation of the nation. However a
bitter attack is being made upon him, fathered by disgruntled
office-seekers, because he had the courage of his. convictions
and attacked the war administration of his own party, and was
rebuked by the president for his activity.
Senator Chamberlain is not and never was a bourbon Democrat
in the partisan sense. He once styled himself a "Roosevelt
Democrat" and the description was an apt one, for there is more
of western progressiveness than of southern reaction in his
character. He has never hesitated to vote against arty, when
he thought party, wrong, and his independence won the enmity
of strict partisans.
Chamberlain's sensational attack upon the conduct of the
war in January 1918 needs no defense for the beneficial results
were at once apparent in a speeding up of the program and a
reorganization of the various branches of the military service.
It accomplished what it was intended to accomplish and which
partisan criticism had been unable to accomplish and so justified
itself for it helped make winning of the war possible.
Chamberlain has served the people of Oregon faithfully in
many capacities. He was an excellent governor and is recognized
as one of the leaders of the senate. On nearly every publie issue,
he has been right and Oregon is proud of her senior senator and
will send him back to continue his work for the state and the
nation regardless of politics and partisanship.
By ARTHUR SCOTT BAILEY
Jolly Robin tried his best to rouse
Willie Whip-poor-will t ut of hla day-
;time nap. Rut he had to admit to him
self at last that his efforts were m
vain. It was plain that Willie was too
sleepy to understand what was said
to him. And a for hia learning a new
sons when he was in that condition,
that was entirely out of the question.
"I ll have to wait till sunset." Jolly
Robin signed at last. "That's the time
The choice of Everett Colby, a Progressive Republican as
Secretary ef State by President Wilson emphasizes the confusion
of parties as they exist today. Colby' succeeds Lansing, a reac
tionary Democrat. Both parties contain reactionary and pro
gressive elements, and there is no difference between them ex
cept party labels and the prejudice they engender.
The two old parties stand for nothing except desire for office.
The dividing issue is simply the political pie-counter and the
power and patronage that goes with office. Both subordinate
the need of the nation and of humanity to jockeying for partisan
Moreover the issues before the people are not those on which
the people should be permitted to divide along political lines.
They are reconstructive issues and business administration.
What is needed is common sense, statesmanship and sound con
structive laws business rather than political issues. Party
lines have broken down, for politicians are bankrupt of principle.
The rank and file of both parties should take the choice of a
president out of the hands of the politicians and force both organ
izations to name the best quaified man to administer the affairs
of the nation. The only man whose qualifications in any way
measures up to the job, is Herbert Hoover, and the people should
force his selection by both parties leaving him free to select the
best qualified "men of all parties, to conduct a coalition govern
ment. Otherwise we will disenjoy the customary campaign of
bunk, boodle and bungle, in the political pastime of fooling enough
of the people to secure the offices, v
BY WAL" MASON
Little dimes and nickels salted down today, make the safest
pickles man can put away. Little spells of sickness jar a mortal's
soul, if there is no thickness to his greenback roll. Little docs and
nurses throng around his bed; little-wobbly hearses get him when
he's dead; then his sad survivors wring their hands and whine, if
he had no stivers put away in brine. Little tinhorn bosses fire
him from his job, then the total losses welcome him and sob. Lit
tle cheap reverses swat him many times, then he rants and curses
if he lacks the dimes. Now a little sheriff chases him with writs,
and such chaps don't care if e throws forty fits. Little pewter
roubles, little iron men, drive away your troubles, bring you peace
again. Note the little spender, see him run amuck, wasting legal
tender, blowing in the buck I He keeps going stronger, with his
trail of smoke; wait a little longer, and you'll see him broke.
LOVE and MARRIED LIFE
tat the noted author c 1
Idah MSGlone Gibson
v OwvW Jo. 4.
"i w us Jest wuniterin'" s.ild 1'in.le
Mies Turner, n lie s i loekin" out o
til' hotel window, "h hit's become o'
nil 111' home grown Klrl we used c
rw." Wher' ther's si much smoke
t'lere must he some c:ei Ui.a.on.
"Ves," I nrswered Helen, "that Is
what I sab): "If love were only nil!"
"And Anthony Hope made his he
roine' understand that love is not ml
A IVV months nRO I thought ho was
mistaken, but 1 know that ho was
rlliht. While love has been called the
Rientesl thins In the world," continued
Helen, "there are many other thlnes of
life that hulk utmost ns large,"
' Helen, dear," I Interrupted, "aren't
you happy? Have you found out that
you have made a mistake? is Bobby
Helen held up her hand.
"Hobby is everything I oould wish,"
she said loyally, "but no two people,
no matter how much they love each
oilier, can absolutely defy the conven
tions of society and irot pay Hie price.
Neither can two people live in a world
populated by other human beings nnd
be outside or certain rules to which
"You know, KHthciine, dear, that
Hobby Is thp most gregarious of men.
lie is not happy unless he Is roturh
in tho warm handshake of a friend
or raising bis hat chivalrously while
he smiles at a pretty woman- acquain
tance. Why, Kuthorlne. that is one .of
the reason his love for Ruth cooled
lie didn't go with him among his
friends and he felt that he must often
stay at home with her when he would
have been happier among a gay crowd. !
"1 would go anywhere with h'm, b-i
society won't let me come within lt;
doors, I m Rohhy'a wife, legally, but I
for sonic capricious reason I am sent
Hiiiko One of tlio law
"Not a capricious reason, my dear."
t said. "Yon simply broke one of those
laws, that you have just been describ
"And the woman pays." said Helen
"1 have persuaded Hobby to (ate a)
long trip," said Helen with nn effort, i
"and be Is leaving tomorrow morning. " J
"Oh, 1 am so sorry!" J
"Don't worry about me, Kathcrine, '
. i u win oniy let me sec you occas
ionally I shall not be lonely,, nnd 1
think that . Bob nnd I have got to the
point whore we must be separated a
little while. We have been too much
I "Oh, nren't you going with him'.'" .
"Oh, I am so glad! It clears up
. everything- for me!" I exclaimed.
"What do you mean, Kntherlno?"
"Why, my dear, I came over here
with the nioro or less undefined Idea
in my mind of persuading you to take
a trip with me, but I wasn't sure how
I was going to get Rob to let you go.
And here 1 find that everything js all
ready to my hand!"
Helen's faee lighted up. "That'll be
glorious. Where shall"we go? 1 was
just settling myself down to long and
lonely weeks. I guess it's going to come
out all right after nil, isn't it?"
"I hope so," was my rather despond
"Oh, Katharine, here 1 have been
talking about my troubles and I knew
by your face wheir you came in that
you- had yours. And besides I saw the
morning papers, dear. I met Mr. Shep
ard when we first came here and I
liked him immensely .and I have seen
that Miss Moreland flashing about in
her car. Isn't she beautiful?"
"Yes." I said with nn effort.
"I didn't mean to pry," said Helen
quickly. "Tell me whatever you want
to, Kathoiine, and I will be most In
terested, as you know, but do not feel
that you have to tell me anything that
you would rather keep to yourself."
I-Var storm 'er.
"Let's talk about going away." I
said, not because I did not know that
in lime I should confide In Helen, but
because I knew that if I said anything
more I should burst Into tears.
Very opportunely at this mrmirn
Hobby (laylord walked in. I could see
that he was deliichted to find me
"I am more glad to see you than
1 " ' 1
. wi.iio we were
talking, but I suppose he knows no
that Willie always wakes up and be
gins to sing .... I'll come back here
late this afternoon."
So he left tho woods; and he was
busy every moment all the rest of the
Shortly before sunset Jolly Robin
went back to tho place in the woods
where he had left Willie Whip-poor-will
sleeping. Rut Willie was no long
er there. Ho had left only a few min
utes before Jolly's arrival. And as Joi
ly sat on a low branch of a tree and
looked all around, just as the sun
dropped behind the mountain, a voice
began singing from some point deep
er in the woods, "Whip-poor-will!
W'hlp-poov-will!" That was tho way
the song went.
"There's Willie now!" Jolly Robin
exclaimed. And he flew off at once
to find his niglit-prb)iiig friend. He
knew that Willie Whip-poor-will was
some distance away, because he could,
n't hear tho low "chuck!" with which
Willie always began his sons, as a
sort of warning that he wb going to
sing, and that nobody could stop una.
Jolly had a good deal. of trouble In
finding the singer, because Willie
Whip-poor-will didn't stay in one place
and between his- bursts of song he
coursed about hunting for insects
which he caught as he flew. So it was
not surprising that Jolly did not come
upon him until it had grown almost
dark in the woods.
"Hullo!" said Willie as soon as he
saw Jolly Robin. "I haven't Been you
.for a long time."
Jolly Robin laughed merrily.
I "Don't you remember my calling on
'vou about noon today?" he askeo.
"You must be miBtaken," Willie
Whip-poor-will replied. "I've been as
leep since sunrise until a little while
ago. And nobody came to see me."
"You've forgotten," said Jolly. "But
! it's no matter. I can talk to you now
I Just as well. I want to speak to you
about your singing." Jolly paused then
; and he yawned widely, for U was his
bed-time that very moment.
! "Talk fast, please!" said Willie
I Whip-poor-will. "I ha e i f n sn i
my breakfast yet. And I'm pretty hun
It seemed queer to Jolly Robin that
anyone should bo eating his breakfast
right after sunset. And he was about
to say something about the matter. But
just ns he opened his mouth to spean
he yawned again. And then, without r
alizing what he was doing, he tucked
his head under his wing and fell as
leep on tho limb of the cedar tree
where he was sitting.
Willie Whip-poor-will looked at him
"What shocking manners," he ex
claimed. "He went to sleep while he
was talking to me. Rut I suppose he
knows no better."
W'lllle would- have liked to know
what Jolly Robin was going to say
about his singing. But he was so hun
gry that he left Jolty asleep upon his
perch and hurried off to look for more
Since it was a moonlight night, Wil
lie Whp-poor-will spent all tho time
until sunrise in hunting for food. Now
and then ho stopped to rest and sing
his queer song, which Jolly Robin did
But Jolly Robin slept on soundly
and for once Willie's singing never dis
turbed him at all.
DEMAND FOR T1LI
Although Huge Laboratories
Turn Out 36.000 Bottles
Daily Thousands of Dealers
Cannot Be Supplied
IN JANUARY ALONE
world &nd nothing in,. ,
RC My. k.
pened In the drug trade
Think of one retail firm ,9jha
thlrd of a million bottles of .
medicine right over the couter a"!
to consumers in only tw0 UZ
It seems incredible, but such i, n
record made by the Dwl Drnj
pany, through their retail store. ,
the Pacific Coast. 01
Think of one retail frm ln . -n
city of 200.000 population, mif'
proximately eighty-eight thonswn
bottles, an average of over two bottlM
for every family, in only four
time! Such is the record of the Jacobr
After Shipping 838.409 Bot
tles of Celebrated Medicine
flr,a MWll EW.nr ;c Ph-macy Company, of Atlanta.
1" Uli5 muus.it I uvrji ) 10; unink of one retail firm giring
Still 380,000 Behind TOjST tZZSZzj
OrdVc ltles and agreeing to pay cash for to,
UIUC10 : goods promptly on arrival. Such u
order has been received from the
Although the big Tanlac labovator- is K. Liggett Company, of Winnipeg,
ies at Dayton, Ohio, and Walkerville,
I Canada, have been 'running -at topi
Another big Canadian retAil
O. Tamblyn, Limited. Toronto rw...
.1 f . . .. ,.1 . 1, Vno Wn n 1 , . 1 . . . , i .
sical impossibility to supply the phe-
nominal and ever increasing demand !
for this celebrated medicine,
you can possibly know," he said. "John
has been telling me ever since we came
to town that you were too ill to see
anyone, and I have known all thic
time that Helen was longing to come
and see you. I tried to make her drop
in and see you, but some of this clap
trap idea on the subject of first calls
nnd so forth seemed to have gotten
into her head."
Helen looked at me significantly.
"Just think, Bobby," she said. "Ka
therine has come to ask me if I would
go with hor to some quiet place where
she can recuperate further. She was
rather afraid to como, aa she thought
you would not wish to be left alone,
but when I told her you were going
away and I could accompany her as
well ns not, she was simply delighted."
"You can go better than not, hon
ey," said Hob as he stooped to kiss her.
Tombrrow-riannlng Our Trip.
Hosts At Banquet
The banquet given last- night by
the AVashlngtonian society of Willam
ette university in the basement of the
First M. K. church was well attended
and enjoyed. About one hundred fif
ty students, faculty and friends of
tha university were present to enjoy
the four course dinner served by the
members of. the society and the pro
gram of toasts and special numbers
Miss Richards, dean of women in
file university, was toast mistress.
Ray Attebery spoke on "What Wash
ington owes Willamette," nnd Mer
rill Ohliug responded with "What
Willamette Owes Washington." The
varsity quartet were well received in
the selection -".March. of tho Men of
Harlech" nnd an encore. R. C. Olov
er responded to the toast "A great
Trade Between U.S.
And Siberia Ends
New York, Yob. 2ii.-Trade between
the rnited States and Siberia, which
bade fair to run into the millions has
been suspended as a result of the cap
ture of Vladivostok by social revolu
tionaries. Local business interests announced
today .they had requested the stat-i de
partment, ta Inquire into the liabil
ity of getting thousands of dlars
worth of furs which in Via iivoa
tok awaiting- shipment to the United
States nnd also as to when it would
be safe to senVto Vladivostok several
steamships nhiclt left San Franc sco,
tor mat ttistination early this year but
were diverted to Japan. The Tem
had large quantities of goods destined
for Siberia, mainly textiles.
We say that pound of
Schilling Tea makes more
cups than a pound of common
tea, and is actually cheaper
Do you have to believe
No, you can prove it!
. Buy a package. If you're
not convinced, take it back
to your grocer.
He'll refund your money.
We pay him.
There are four flavors of Schilling
Tea Japan, Ceylon India, Oolong,
English Breakfast. All one quality. In
parchmyn-linedmoistu re-proof packages.
At grocers everywhere.
A Schilling & Co San Francisco
"SYRUP OF FIGS"
Look at Tongue! Remove Poison from
tnomacn, uver and Bowel
Miss Florence Kinir. a noted 1h-vb,- i
and advocate of community service. Is
the only woman who ever won ft case
oefore the supreme court of the Tel.
Ateetlt "California" Rm. xv-
only look fot th Bam California oa
tho package, their yon are mm youi
ehild U having the best and icort ham
w unauTs or payna for toe little
itomach. Ever and boweli. Children
ore its delicious fruity taste. Full dr
reeuoas ior child's dose on aach bot
tle. Give Jt without fear.
Mother! Ton most aay "California"
recently gave their order for on W
dred gross, amounting to $10,800.00.
urtters from retailers for from fifty
sc-vciiiy-jive gross are not uncom
mon .and nracticallv all nf th i,.i..
During the first ten weeks of last retail firms buy Tanlac in from tea
vear One Million Three Hundred am! to twenty-five gross lots to iuddIt
Twenty-seven thousand bottles of Tan- their normal demands,
lac were sold, breaking all World's when the magnificent new labore.'
record for the sale of proprietary Itorles at Dayton, Ohio, an1 Wahter
medicines up to that time. This record yllle, Canada, with a combined floor
now pales into insignificance, howev- space of seventy thousand square fee
er, as orders received during January and a combined capacity of thlrtv-jlt
alone of this year reached the aston- thousand bottles were completed, it
ishing total of One Million Two Hun- was thought that the production would
dred and Twenty Thousand bottles, be sufficient to supply the remand for
showing an increase of approximately years to come. It is now apparent,
one hundred per cent, over the corres- however, that additional facll'tles must
ponding period of 1919. be provided- if the supply is to keep
To say that Tanlac now has the pace with the demand. And this is true
largest sale of any medicine of its l spite of the fact that there are now
kind in the world expresses It mildly, on the market from fiftv to one ban
H does not begin to toll the story dred preparations claiming similar
for no other preparation has ever even , therapeutic value,
approached tho marvelous record that Tanlao has now been on the market
is now being mnde by Tanlac; and it 'for five years, It has stood ths afll-1
is now conservatively estimated that test of time. It is known and honored
the sales for tho present year alone ,' in every city, town, village, and hamlet
will amount to from seven to ten mil
Of the orders received during Janu
ary it was possible to ship only eight
hundred and thirty-eight thousand
bottles, and thousands of dealers scat
tered throughout the United StateR and
Canada have been unable to obtain the
medicine for weeks.
Phenomenal and Bewildering," is
on the American Continent ftim- Key
West, Florida, to the Noi-th-rn wilds
of Canada, where even the I"dlansaiiit
Fur Traders have learned of Its won
derful powers as a medicine.
Its enormous and ever-incesslne
popularity is the one great ou'stand
ing proof of its wonderful mertt Ns
medicine, no matter how e-tteimlvel
advertised, could sell and continue to
the way one of the blgr drug jobbers sell and establish new world's records
of the country describes the marvelous
demand for Tanlac.
"We know that the day of miracles
year after year, if it d'd not produce
actual and positive results.
Tanlac is composed of the most
has passed and we all know that beneficial roots and herbs known to
'here are on unfathonable mysteries
in the drug business, but this Tanlac
proposition smacks of both," writes an
other leading wholesale druggist,
whose firm has sold over 34 car loads,
or an average of nearly one car load
per month since they began handling
the scientific world. The formula eon
forms with all National and Stat Pure
Food and Health Laws of buh the Un
ited States and Canada, and a'though
Tanlnc's claims for superiority art
abiiwiantlv sunno'-ted by leading au
thorities, it is the peonle themselves
"anlae a few years ago. Thousands ot - who have made Tanbic what n u.
similar letters and telegrams have Millions upon millions have used It
leen received, but for lack of space and have told other millions what it
has dona for them.
'''bat Is whv Tan'ac his become the
real sensation of the drug trade all
Tanlac is sold in Salem bv Trier's
Drirn- 8'ore. in Huhhar'l bv Hnhhard
Drug Co., in Mt. Angel bv Bn Conch,
in nervals hv John Kllv 'n Turner
by H. P. Cornel'us. I" W-orfhoin by
Lvman H. Shorev. in SIKertnn bvGeo.
A. Steelhammor. in Gates by Mr J
'hev can only be referred to briefly.
Most proprietary medicines are soiu
bv the dozen or by the gross: a few
are bought by the trade in quantities
if from ten to twenty gross; a very
few are sold by the car load, and then
only to the rtruggistromorep.wlndealet
only to the largest jobbers, covering
xtcnsive territories. The fact there
"ore that scores of jobbers In this
country ad Canada have a demand mf.
ficient to justify them ln ordering notlp. MeOurdv. in Stuton by C. A. Fau
me carload, but from two to three car j chamf). In Aurora by Aurora Dn
oads of Tanlac at a time makes Tan-store. In St. Paul bv Grecetera Stores
'ac's pre-eminence in the field of me- Co.. in Donald by M. W. Johnson, ht
licme all the more note-worthy. It Jefferson by Foshay & Mason and In
s the biggest thing of its kind ln the wi Citv by Marketeria Pro. Co. (Adv)
Overmire Steel Consfrircfion Company
We have in stock for Immediate Shipment
I-BEAMS, from 3 to 24 Inches, up to 60 foot length
CHANNELS, from 3 to 15 Inches, up to 60 foot lengths.
AXGLKS, 23 Indies to 8x8 Inches, up to 80 foot lengths.
ANGLES, 2x2 incites to 7x8 J4 inches, up to 60 foot lengths.
V. M. PLATES, 8 to 24 inchest wide, Vi to 5-8 inches thick, as well
as TAN K, FLANGE STEEL and MARINE STEEL PLATES, etc.
Manufacturers of Tanks, Boilers, Stacks, Pipe, Fabricated Mater
ial for .Buildings and Bridge)
East Water Street and ITawthorne Avenue, FORLTAND OREGO
Phone East 8721
You can eat nothing that is better foi you than bread. You
carl find no other kind better than BAKE-RITE.
Bake-Rite Sanitary Bakery
457 State Street
ForInant,Invalidsand Growing Children I Rich milk, malted grain extract in Powder
The Original Food-Drink fot All AgesN Cooking Nouridun, DietiUe
LADD & BUSH
General Banking Business
Office Hours from 10 a. m. to 3 p. m.