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About Capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1919-1980 | View Entire Issue (March 29, 1920)
THE CAPITAL JOURNAL
By M B.
One day this work
A Sulem niau was a-Led
To nHI the fund
For Hie. new
And he said I give
At Christmas time ..
In war time . .
And pay my cliim h duos '
And that's enough
For one man to do
So here's four bits
For your Hospital
Oik there; lived Calif lluhsun
Of whom I( Is told -
Hat dowu ope day to make
Of his benefactions ' '!
And thus the Hems ran
Cold for the inciiies .
Cuvarans to Jleeeit
Amulets fur the pious
Three buss of gold
I'or the liiia;iu
And Iwrj more ,to pay
Tin dervishes. .
Item one loaf
A weekly dole
To a poor widow
' " . ' ' I
AVIth a slekly 4ill(t '
Bit as tho Calif road tho list
Im a hand swept dowu
And an angel spake
"I am find's messenger
Km ployed to write
Tho pious deeds of men
l'rny look once meie"
The Cullf looked
And niw upon tlie stono
The final Hem
With ull elw erased!
The caiiital stork of the Henry tiavis
Lumber company. Portland, has been
increased from $250,000 to $300,000 a!
cording to a certificate filed with the
corporation commissioner's office here
Saturday. Another certificate filed
Saturday shows an increase in the cap
ital stock of the Consumers Co-operative
association of Astoria from 400i
Articles of incorporation were filed
Saturday as follows: ,
Forest Products company, Portland.
$15,000; Claude McColloch, Joseph R
Knapp, R. 1L Rankin and Joseph Kami
Grant County Hosoital association.
Prairie City, $4000; V. C. Belknap and
Rosebure. Or. Mar. 27. Announce
ment is made here of the consolidation
of ths Roseburg News and the Rose
burg Review. The merger will become
effective April 1, the announcement
says. Incorporation articles calling for
the publication to be known as the
Roseburg News Review. The Review
is the Oldest paper in southern Oregon',
the News formerly the Plaindealer be
ing almost as old, it is said. L. Wim-
berly, editor of the Review, B., W
Bates and son, Bert G. Bates of the
News, are the incorporators in the sum
of $30,000. Economic business poli
cies are the reasons for the consolida
tion, it is said. Walter S. Fisher re
tires from the Review. The new pa
per will be published from the office
of the News.
Black Cat Sign
; Of Sabotage For
Wobblies Is Claim
Portland. Or., liar. 29. The black
cat which frequently appears in I. W.
W. literature stands for sabotage, ac
cording to George F. . Yanderveer,
counsel for Joseph Laundy, alleged I.
W. W. on trial here for violation of tlie
state criminal syndicalism !a. ''Tan
derveer made this admission in court
today after he had objected to William
Josh, a state witness, giving testimony
as to the signifance of the picture.
Josh, was asked J tha-aignifanco of
the black cat In the I. W. W. literature
had -ever been explained to him. He
said he had heard-several explanations
hut VandeTveer objected to him giving
But the autonii'Sw. was rebuilt and
entered in th race at Indianapolis.
There is turned over, driver and me
chanician were trapped under it, and
both burned to death. But the owner
agnin had the car rel'iiilt and won a
race at Elgin, Illinois, with it. In "Ex
cuse My Dust," Wallace Reid drove
the machine at top speed from Los An
geles to San Francisco and had no trou
ble at all. .
The picture is a thrilling mi$ure of
business intrigue, auto racing, and
laughs. " Ann LittlCfs the reading wo
man, and Bam '-Wood directed; Will
Rirchey Rd;p"i sfry to the sereo
from an original by Byron Morgan.
Political Pot .
Loyal M. Graham of Forest Grove is
a candidate for re-election to the Ore
gon state senate. In his nominating
petition filed with the secretary of
state's office here Friday for a place
on the republican primary ballot Gra
ham declares for "justice, good roads
Alfred E. Clawson, of Joseph Tiled
FiiJ;;y as a eiir.uiJalc fur tue republi
can nomination for district attorney
for Wallowa county.
To End Long Strike
Butte, Mont., March 29. Thomas
ms industry vTHT-''
eisht weeks, as a r 'mm-
puse. He l,:w '' 01 a . '
for any confers.
Eight thou., -i ...
massacred at M.,,,, ea e
tifteen Turks were kT v4
msoraers, aecoi(li ,' uun u
casualties received in o es"nia! o
from Americans Lon5taw1;,!:
Armenian refuge ln M re
2000 are under An!!!.
Mother, May Have some
ALBANY PIOXKER DEAD
Albany, Or. Mar. 27. F. S. Crosbv.
Oregon pioneer of 1849 and respected
resident of Albany continuously for the
past 10 years, died at his home here
Thursday aged almost 92 years.
JOURNAL WANT AD GET RESULTS
"Excuse My Dust",.
Fall Of Thrilling
In his new Paramount Artcratt pic;
ture, "Excuse" My Dust," an. excUUlg
automobile racing story .that is playing
at the Oregon theater today and luwr-
dayt. Wallace Reid tempted, fate by
driving a spud car that holds the rec
ord tor accidents.
The automobile began its career as
regular, racing car and captured sev
eqnl prize. Then Wallie Reid drove
it for scenes In his recent successful
Paramount picture, . "The Roaring
Road," and smashed a record for speed
arouna the famous death curve or
the Santa Monica course. Then came
the Santa Monica road race, and the
driver of the car in that event turned
it over on a curve and smashed it e
For Colds, Grip or Influenza
and as a Preventative, take LAXA
TIVE BROMO QUININE Tablet!
Look for E. W. 'GROVE'S signature
on the box. SOc. . (Adv)
t iyvvv ruouc
Wanted, to subscribe $10
each for your Hospital. Are
you one of them to be added
$10 Honor Roll
ONE of the reasons why housewives
are so delighted to know that the old,
reliable Karo is now to be had with the
flavoring of purest maple sugar is because
it solves the "High Cost of Maple Syrup
The new Karo Maple Flavor has the;
delicious taste of new maple syrup; it also
has the rich body so desirable in a table
' Compare the flavor and cost of Karo
Maple Flavor with other
syrups. You'll then know
why it is so popular.
I Barker of Los Angeles,. Cay., comrms
jsloner of conciliation, United States
i department of labor, arrived in Butte
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J""'1 " X "V l" uuiia- JOURNAL WANT ADsHt-
nf flip l$PKri
Be sure fo ask your grocer for Karo Maple
Flavor in the Green Can. It is guaranteed
to please you or your grocer returns your
CORN PRODUCTS REFINING COMPANY
17 Battery Place New York
JOHNSON, LIEBER COMPANY
' .Jiff - -k ,'
A Prayer For a Little Home
God Send us a little home
To come back to when we roam
Low walls and fluted tiles,
Wide windows, a view for miles;
Red firelight and deep chairs ;
Small white beds, up-stairs;
Great talk in little nooks ;
Dim colors, rows of books ;
One picture on each wall; , "
Not many things at all.
God send us a little ground
Tall trees standing 'round,
Homely flowers in brown sod, :
Overhead, Thy stars, 0 God! '
God bless,.; when winds blow,' ..
Our home and alt we know. :
tip tondor. Spectator)
"Those in this country who do not own a home
are not getting their share of the benefits of
living in America."
Salem will undoubtedly become a very substantial city during
the next few years. Get in on the ground floor, and buy now.:
YOU WILL BE THE GAINER, BY INVESTIGATING A FEW OF THE FOLLOWING OFFER
INGS. I HAVE MANY MORE. ALLOW ME TO SHOW SOME TO YOU. YOU WOULD BE
UNDER NO OBLIGATION WHATSOEVER. ymSS&mmM:
STRICTLY MODERN And close in. Seven rooms. Substan- V
tially built, lot 50x115. $4,000. No. 315 S, Winter St.
One-half cash. " - . .
. $3000 WILL BUYA good piece of property at No. 555 Trade.
Has fine speculative features. Lot 50x150.
A CHEAP HOUSE Is that at 1196 S. 13th street. Eight
rooms. Lot 75x280. Woodshed, . bam and several young : . '
inirrUueiv!-iJ30? cash' assume mortgage of $600. .. .
$1000 CASH HANDLES A 7-room, modern . cottage at 271
D street; basement. Lot 45x200. $2500. 1; '
" ' ' . A GOOD BUY For $3000 is No. 675, North 16th street. Has
6 rooms and is modern except basement. Lot 40xuu.
, Some fruit. $1200 cash. Balance $30 monthly.
SIX-ROOM, JRICTLY MODERN BUNGALOW-Close to '
Washington school. On paved streets; Close to carline.
, A really good opportunity for someone at $4200. (A pre- ' '
- war price.) , - .
-' ' . ; FINE, MODERN HOME In the Oaks addition. Eight y
and pvprv mnrlpm rnnvnwnc from eras and iurDace
fireplace and garage. A choice offering at $6000.
jacujji LiBiBd mm the house at 960 Froadwav. It was erect
w.In ost substantial way, and is in first-class shape.
:- ' 2! basement. Excellent fruit and
i Zin jx " WU1 ior only $4000- and the -
'utessto"58ol6oli',buy' . ,
. : ,DANDY LITTLE HOME-At 1625 N. Front. ' Six -rooms All
modem ctmvOnimnaa . -. iv"'-
fruit. Sm r ana,iireplace. Good
. . una, ou ieei irant. $1800 only,
MODERN 6.JROOM HOUSE Half basement; . N
two toilets; garage; fine fruit and. two io"""'nfl
lAlfi Tmrl ZtrJf niMimiTE TOSSESSION. $
' 4 n. .; " . . j "r.i extorts. Fiv
nr-AL. wuMli At xyin anu m v v"fnrnfe
rooms and all modern plumbing .throughout.
Two finp Intd fruit, trees. Good Darn
' Installments.' ' ,'...-,
STATE STREET HOUSE Of six rooms No 177i Hear of ,
, .- all encumbrance. $2000. InsteffSte ' C " ' .
F1286 S. 15th STREET Attractive 5-room bungalow-
young fruit. $1800. $500 cash, balance my-
HAS. W. NIEMEYER
Masonic Temple ), Safem
"Just Real Estate"