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DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, TRIDAY, JANUARY 18, 1914.
FAOB EEL 1 i THIRD DEGREE USED 8hur Tortured for Thro Days and De lirious When He Confossed Ee Killed Officials. JUDGE WILL BAB SUCH CONFESSIONS, HE SAYS Will AIbo Lay Matter Before Authori ties in Case It Develops Such Methods Were Used. UNITED PRESS LEASED WIRE. Marysvillo, Cal. Jan. 16. -Little pro gress was made during yesterday's ses sion of court with the case of Ford, Beck, Shur and Bagnn, the four men jointly undor indictment on a murder charge in collection with last August hopfilcds riots near Wheatland. Many candidates for jury duty woro examined but none was accoptod. The unofficial sensation of the day was the statement iu an interview given out by Deputy Khoriff Henry Daken of Yuba county that lio was convinced of the truth of Ruhr's charge that the lat tor was tortucd by private detectives into a confession which ho hns since repudiated. Ho himself, repeatedly but vainly protested, lie ""id, against the way in which the prisoner was treated. Sluir's sfVry Unit ho was kept awake for three days, until, becoming doliri oua, ho admitted everything tlio detec tives nskod. Later ho tried to kill himself in jail. l)nlien has been relied on by tho pros ecution as a strong witness, having fired the first shot in the Wheatland riot. It wins ho, too, who brought, Suhr from Arizona, where ho was arrested. Will Retaliate. Tf the fchiir confession is UBcd by tho prosecution, it was understood to bo the defense's plan to retaliate by bringing out in evidence tho manner by which Bhur wi.vs it was soi'iired. If tho op portunity offered it was said that the plan was also to bring out other stories of brutality by private detectives as a result of which it wits asserted tlint ono detcctlvo had been convicted of ossauit on a suspect subsequently ro lcasod, a prisoner had committed snl- cido and another prisoner was in tho Stockton insano asylum. Btories that tho detectives woro en gaged on the case by the hop growers woro set at rest, liowovor, by a state ment from the prosecution that Yuba county had employed them. Judge Promises Action. "If It shall develop during the' trial that any purported confessions woro wrung from Suhr or any defendant in ,any but a voluntary wny, this court will not permit their introduction In evidence," said Judge McDaniol, com menting on reports that Suhr aud others woro torturod by private deteo lives. "Furthermore, if such methods prove to have been used," lie added, "I will lav the matter before the proper au thorities so that the miscrennts uiny be brought to punishment. So far as this court knows, tho stories of brutality are not truo but if they are proven it wero infiiitely better that the torturers should be on trial than the tortured." IR SIDPS FALL1! Girls! Try This! Make Hair Thick. Glossy, Fluffy, Beautiful No More Itching Scalp. Within ton minutes after an applica tion of Dandorine you cannot find a single trace of dandruff or falling hair and your scalp will not itch, but what will please you most win De arter a few weeks' use, when you see new hair, paper down The following pitiful story is stold in the Marshfield Becord of January 7: ' ' If you do not want to read a story of frightful want and suffering, do not begin this. "If you do not want to know what awful depths of misery two families on Coos Bay have been forced to, lay this fine and downy at first yes but real ly new hair growing all over the scalp. A little Dandorine immediately dou bles the beauty of your hair. No dif ference how dull, faded, brittle and scraggy, just moisten a cloth with Dan dorine and carefully draw it through your bair, taking one small strand at a time. The effect is amazing your hair will be light, fluffy and wavy, and have an appearance of abundance; an insom parablo lustre, softness and luxuriance. Got a 25 cout bottle of K no wl ton's Dandorine from any drug 6tore or toilet counter, and prove that jour hair is as protty and soft as any that is has boon noglected or injured by care lesB treatment that's all you surely can have beautiful hair and lota of it if you will just try a little Dandorine. THE ROUND-UP. CONOREOATIONALI8TS MEET. ll'NlTEII 1'IIHSH t.KASMI Willi. 1 Chicago, Jan, 1(1. Uepreseiitntives of nil the national socitien of the Congro gatlonnl Church of America gathered l.ere todny from all sections of the Vliited Suites to attend tomorrow's opening of the four day's conference. Mutters relating to a campaign for greater membership In the various soci eties, ami propoganila to be sent out to all cities of thy Vnited States to ob tain there results will be the principal subjects for discussion. Miss Helen Crawford, having been elected to the ol'fico of City Uocorder of Lebanon, after taking a look at the dutios that confronted her concluded sho did not want tho office and so re fused to (puilify. Which goes to show that a woman can chnugo her mind about political offices as well and as quickly as about everything else under the biiii. . , Portland now bos on ordiunnco pro moting the milo of tobacco in any form to minors, oven though they have a written order from thoir parents. This wits found necessary, as it was found many of the boyB would forge their daddy's nnmo in order to get "tho makings." Portland hns an ordinance limiting tho speed of autos to 10 miles an hour iu front of school houses during the noon or rocoss hours. Knlorpriso is promising to give the parcels post a try out In the near fu ture. It lias two carloads of timothy seed for shipment ami unless satisfac tory rates can bo mudo tho lot will bo sent by mail. Tho Southern Pacific has notified tho Railroad Commission it will build mod ern station at llyland. Sido is planning to make extensive street improvements during tho year. m Modford's road bonds have been ap proved by eastern parties and the money will bo nvnilahle February 2. F. M, Richards, a farmer who lived iu tho Mohawk valley elovon miles northeast of Kugonn was found dend In his bam, Wednesday evening. Woodburn's city council has selected a site for the city hall that is to bo built at tho cost of 1 5,t)00. Tho site will cost about (Mono, "Little rnlu, no snow, lit tin fog, scarcely a half dozen real frosts, no wind, no lightning," sn.vs the Corvallis (ia.elte Times; "surely this section has been wonderfully favored this fall and winter even more than usual, just as it seems that, so miiiiv other sections Wive been given worse treatment than usual," The pitiful privations of an emaci ated mother, a slowly dying father and four hungry, brave little children are what acuates The Becord in appealing to you and you and you. "You may say when you have read this orticle: 'Why don't the county take care of thomf' The Eocord does not know why, but it docs know that the county has not so far, nor likely will not do anything except, perhaps, when tho father is doad, provide him a heap pine box and a place in the Pot- tor's field. "Iu a hovel inado of boards placed on end about eight feet wide by 14 feet long, with cracks in the wall you could throw a cat through, near the old laundry building in North Bend, II. Wost, a consumptive in the last tngos of the dread disease lies. He without underclothing, except tho suit he Iihb on nnd in which ho lies in bed, and this suit, tho shirt of which Bini'iired with blood from the fre quent Iiemmorrhages he lias cannot be ashed because thero is no other gar ment which can bo placed upon his wasted form in thci meantime. There was not enough clothes on tho bed to cover this poor sick man nnd koop him from shivering until Edgar McDnniol nnd Louis Balsiger visited the shack Monday and, out of their own pockets, afterwards provided somo bed- ing and food. Thero is no bed for tho ttle ones to sleep upon. A make shift has been rigged up and on this tho half starved babios of this white plague victim are forced to lie at night and absorb the germs of the terrible disoaso by which their father is by nches being drnwn into his grave. 'Tho children lack food, they lack clothing they pick up sticks enough to make a semblance of a firo but the wind sweeps through the shed in which they live too wildly to inako it possible for them to keep warm. "The mother is alono with strangers. So far sho has not begged. She sits besides her dying husband nnd minis ters to him as best sho can. Sho can not leave him to obtain work. The children are too small to toil, except the boy who does his best. There is no hope for the mother. In her great povorty she can only remain by the wretched bod she can got no dainty morsel for tho Bick man, all that sho can do is to aid tho sufforor with her presence. They are hungry most of tho timo and at night sloop cold on a floor, tho supports of which would give wny beneath the woigty of a healthy man. 'The other night tho Knights of Pythias at North Bend wero told about tho family and the good follows at the mooting chippod iu'and mado up a little purse of silver and this hns been given to tho distressed oneB. "Thero is another caso. "When tho flow Why firo took place tho Cuthbert Brown family woro vic tims of tho fire. Tho husband and wife were industrious, sober people, They nine here to make their home to bo neighbors of us nil and they wero just gottlng a start when tho firo burned FLAN riCUlT ON YELLOW RACES. tCNlTIW l'UUSS IJUSNU WIKS. Washing!! Ian, HI. Pacific Coast "exclusion societies" from Washington state, Oregon and California arrived hero today and held a preliminary meet ing to discuss a program for the hear ing to be accorded them next Thurs day by the House immigration commit tee. The societies aro fighting to have ) iishvI (he bill of Representative Haher of taliloinla, which would deny en trance of lower class Asintics to this country. SINGLE TAXERS MEET. CNITI0 I'llKSS I.EASKil WtllR.J Washington, Jan. HI. Singlo taxers gathered here today for a 3 day's con ference. They planned to take steps to spread theolr theory of taxation throughout the country. Among the prominent men present are Charles II Ingersoll and Frederick 0. llowo of New York, Lincoln Sleffeus, Daniel Keefor of Cincinunltl, A. 1!. DtiPont of 'lovolnnd, (Inorge A. Briggs of Klkhart lml., and Jackson 11, Knlston of Wnsh ington. Information (or all Lung Sulfercrs Would Ton llko to kiiuw luoro shout rmi-i)v fr l.uns: Trouble whirl, luia Immulit slMtut iiisiiv roinplfti ni'i'verli-s? '1'Uc milkers of Krkiiiim'a Allimttlv,. are In rrcclpt of iimiiy rosily wimiU-tful rt linrlft sml will Is t)l-nKctl to furwttril lo tu iHi,- of orliEiiisI Idlers sihI nInu li.-okl' I on diet and r"T car midcd In riK-vvcriiitf hi'nlth. InvmilKSIu this i-se: 1010 HlHuiiii'liaiina Ave., riilnt.. I'M. "Mr licar Hlr: Knr two j I was drill. -lot wltb lii-nmrrhnin-a of Imwa, lid III Ketirosri of 1WU I waa IhIomi wild sever,, altsclc of I umimia. When I rciiivcrcd nnviriillv lo walk slwwt l'ii lutnse 1 " lift villi s frightful tisckliit: 4-otiKtt, nlilcli uo innltclttf I lotd litkeit riMild sllcrlstr. It was at llila time. Miinli, H", that 1 Inrl.-.l Inking Ivk mini's AltcrslU. Ill alierl time my mesh w ml 1 "i" nroiii'tllH'd well I rnnmit ai-nk too Msliljr fr Hi "':'?...!!.., ""VmwAim ... KUm. (Alivi lilironlsliHl; tmM on rtiiit. tO. kliisii s Aftemlltf lias Iwn iriiM'ii lr liianr yiora' tct to I i""l rfV'sclinia f,, 'wrrre Tlir.wt and l.uns A ffts-l Ion, ilrmichllls, lliwnclilsl Aaihina. HtuhlH.rii i ',,!,'. and In Mi.i'iill'Hcs th avalini. ( ,,iln no riar-Miilcs. H.s..n. or lislilt f.irnili.s nnoc A. for Ihs.HIH trllliut i."prl,.. and writ, to Jaman 1 stxiratorr, f'hlladidnhla. I'a., fr erl. i.ucs. r """ druM's' J. a rrry. WHY 13 A HOBO? (I'MITKO I'llKSS I.KASKO Willi:. 1 St. Louis, Jim. HI Uick of family ties and relations Is blamed by most wanderers for their misfortunes, ac cording to statistics compiled by Super intended! Oeorge N. Arcbde of the Municipal Lodging House and made public, today. Superintendent' Arcbdes says eighty per cent of thi homeless men given shelter at tho Old Fotir Cent Courts building since Its opening this year, told him they had uo blood ties to keep them anchored. CONVENTION ENDS. ll'NITKI) VHIISS MIASM) WISH.) Cobuado Springs, Colo., Jan. lfl. Convinced that the state will continue to aid Iu road building, iu view of the state wide roinpaigu they will start Iu the uear future, delegate to the fourth annual convention of the Colorado Oooil Koads Association which opcucd yesterday, today adjourned their ses ion. More tlisn 1000 delegate at lendod this year's mooting. I everything they had. Badly burneo about their persons, and perhaps dis figured for life, they escaped in their uuderclothing. They did not have enough clothes iu which to appear on the street. They l:ae two children about five and seven years of age. To day this man and woman, suffering from the burns they received at the fire, are absolutely penniless. They are honest folk, broke among strangers, in pain, hopeless and knowing not which way to turn. 'It is not their fault they are down and out today; they simply have had a run of hard luck. Just what is going to become of them is hard to say. "They need medicine, they need clothes and they must eat. "Now, won't you aud you and you leave something at The Becord for the West and Brown families f It will be looked carefully and no one need have fear about the funds being squan dered. The Becord long ago did its part in each case and it is going to do more, but won't you, the mother of a family, and you the father and you the fellow that is unattached and you tho young woman who may be able to spare a little, help thoso poor peoploj ' ' There never were two cases of more real merit than these." Flush the Kidneys at Once When Back ache or Bladder Bothers Meat Forms Uric Acid, No man or woman who eats moat reg ularly can make a mistake by flushing the kidneys occasionally, says a well known authority. Meat forms uric acid which clogs the kidney poros bo they sluggishly filter or strain only part of the waste and poisons from the blood, then you got sick. Nearly all rheuma tism, headaches, liver troublo, nervous ness, constipation, dizziness, sleepless ness, bladder disorders come from slug gish kidneys. The moment you feol a dullache in kndneys or your back hurst, or if tho urine is cloudy, offensive, full of sedi ment, irregular of passage or attended by a sensation of Bealding, bot about four ounces of Jad Salts from any relia ble pharmacy and take a tablespoonful in a glass of water before breakfast for a few days and your kidneys will then net fine. This famous Baits is made from the acid of grnpes and lemon juice combined with lithia and has been used for generations to flush clogged kidneys and stimulate them to activity, also to neutralize the acids in urine so it no longer causes irritation, thus ending bladder disorders. Jad Salts is Inexpensive and cannot injure; makes a delightful eftervescent lithia-watcr drink which nil rogular meat eators should take now and then to keep the kidneys clean nnd the blood pure, thereby avoiding serious kidney complications. "GETS IT" Gets Corns Sure as Fate If You Had Corns for Months or Years, "OET3-IT" Will Koniove Them All In a Few Hours. "Whowl hurts way up to my heart. I'vo tried almost everything for corns!" Corn-sufforors, corn'" ojr is at hand. "0KTS1T" Is the only real enemy any corn ever had, rut me tell you something. Here is tho system that all our state institutions and a great many of our private ones are run on: When an employe owes a grocery bill, a clothing bill, a feed bill, either at a restaurant or a barn, or any old kind of a bill, he ib given a chance to pay it, and if he refuses to pay, "he ain't got no job." It don't do any good to get peevish about it; just skidoo. Now for example we will suppose I am chairman of the fire and water committee and our political coun cil, as you call them, would clothe me with the authority to buy supplies for the department Then I go out here and buy 20 tons of good hay for $15 per ton which really only cost $12; or a three horse wagon hitch for $150 that any of our city blacksmiths could put out for $30, or for instance, I should go out here on one of these nice farms and buy a nice fat, mahogany bay, balky horse for the department, for $125, and bring him to town and turn him over to the city for $225, now of course, Mr. Property Owner, you would give me any thing I would ask for, but I don't think it would be right. I think the penitentiary would be too good for me. A man who would do any thing like that would kick a dog in the creek, or bIiouUI be knocked in the head with a sack of rotten apples. Honesty is tho best policy if you want anything from our Methodist council. Wake up boys and pinch yourselves. Get out and get a job to show these citj dads that you done one honest day's work in your life anyhow. Jack Darr didn't holler his head off; Tom Cornelius laid down like a good dog, and you will be compelled to do the same. We don't hear anything from C. M. Brown. What's the use of kick in.'f Have you a litUe grit? The kind of council what wo got is what wo's gwine to git. While Mayor Steeves holds the gavel Old Salem town will have to travel. He is the man you can not guy While the town is going dry. WILLIAM SMITH, Salem, Oregon, LIFE CERTIFICATES GRANTED TO TEACHERS OPEN FORUM. UNEMPLOYED SITUATION. Kditor Capitol Journal: There is being a great commotion over tho unemployed because they are in our midst. There has been a wrong done nloug the lino that Salem is di dectly responsible in tho fnlse state ments of nds sent east to get almost this sumo class here. 1 can show plenty of unemployed iu our little town of Sa lem who if it was not for n few minor circumstances would be no better off than those men tramping through our city. If wo have something in the line of work why do we not offer it to tho unemployed we have at homo before Salem hns a company of the wtnio class f I would like to say a word, wo are get ting a great herd of this class that the grout companies have brought here into the Vnited States; used thorn, then dumped then on the labor market to kill the American labor. This stato of affairs has become universal all over the Vnited Suites. Thero has become great cavity between the laboring man and tho combined wealth that is pitted against him. Wo mny any we will keep them down by force of arms, This wo may do for a short time, but there is something longer and deeper than this. If we bring this clnss here hire them in preference to the Ameri can man and let the American man stand back looking for a job and can't gel It. Then let us put up with it and sny w like it, Now is the time for Salem to sav wo like foreign labor, Help yourself to what yon want; take plenty; do not kick. You have them right here with you. Salem will have a bunch of her unemployed ready for tho road soon. B. K. 1IOYT. The following have been awarded life certificates as a result of tho recent examination: Edith E. Montgomery, falls City; Retta B. Mercer, North Powder; Edith Maris, Hillsboro; Neol lie A. Corcker, Portland; Loretta Kirk, St. Paul; Laurel Innian, Valo; Luella Brewster, Eugene; Bertha Hanson, Till amook; Emma Linse, Pendleton; Frank E. Fagan, Morrow; Alphonsus O'Rielly, Eugene; Justus J. G'hamplin, Florence. Five year certificates were awarded to the following: Frances P. IIo"S, Alpine; Clarence II. Eagy, Albany; Jca net Grant, Monmouth; Coia A. Bossit ter, Dallas; Louio V. Conner, Mon mouth; James II. Trott, Beaverton; Violet M, Taylor, Hilloboro; John S. Pottor, Hood River; Lottio L. Kneiyur, Condon; Marguerite Banks, Portland; Albert Gibbins, Riley; Nell E. Carter, Ontario; Victoria Carlylo, Cord; Laura Luce, Mooreville; Minnie MeCluro, Milton R. Leo Black, Tygh Valley; Itozel A. Huntington, The Dalles; S. A. McGavem, Eugone; Ida C. Richard boh, Springfield; Lillian D. Horton, Eugene; J. B. Reese, Roseburg; Win. Westenskow, linbler; Roberta Lake, Brownsville. Families Are Buying "Sunkist" Oranges by the Box or Half-Box Enjoy the rich, delicious meat and sweet, tangy juice of ruddy, thin-skinned, seedless "Sunkist" oranges. Have this golden fruit for breakfast, dessert and " between meals." Cleanest of all fruits never touched by bare hands. All the pickers and packers of Sunkist oranges and lemons wear clean, white cotton gloves. "Sunkist" oranges are the fin est, juiciest oranges in the world. Tree-ripened, fiberless. Not a teed in "Sunkiat" Buy them by the box or half-box. That is cheaper than buy ing by the dozen. They keep for weeks. Ask for "Sunkist" lemons so full of juice that they go farther than other lemons. Try "Sun kist" lemonade hot or cold. Lemons add flavor to fish, meats and salads. Get Rogers Silver with ''Sunkist" Wrappers Cut the trademarks from "Sunkist" orange and lemonwrappers and send them tous. We offer27dif ferent premiums, all Rogers A-l Standard Guaran teed Silverware. Exclusive "Sunkist" design. For this orange spoon send 12 "Sunkist" Orange or Lemon Wrappers and 6 two-cent stamps. "Red Ball" orange and lemon wrappers count same as "Sunkist." If if Buy "Sunkist" Oranges and Lemons at Your Dealer's Send your name and full address for free premium sheet and Premium Club Plan, Address all orders for premiums and all inquiring to California Fruit Growers Exchange 139 N. Clark Street, Chicago, Ilk (148) SAN FRANCISCO JAILS ANOTHER AUTO SPEEDEE FARMERS GATHER IN COLORADO. UNITKD rilKHH l.KASKIl WIIIS. Fort foil ins, t'olo., Jim. 1(1. Farmers from all over tlio stnto gathered iu Fort Collins todny. Tho arrivals aro ilolojjites to tho Colorado Farmers' Congress which will open tomorrow in tlio building of tho Colorado Agricul tural Collego. Hotter crops at less cost than at present, and other topics of interest to practical farmers will be discussed. UNITED PI1E3S LEASED WII1U. San Francisco, Jan. lti. Forrest Asbo another auto speeder, drew a jail sen tence yesterday. It was only to the city, not the county jail, however, and his sentence was for but 48 hours. When he pleaded guilty Ashe said it was only his second arrest. Judge Sul livan looked up his iccord and found it was his fifth. Ashe explained that he hfld forgotten the other three, and the jail sentence was imposed to stimulate his memory. Richard McC'rcery, dean of the mil lionaire autoists jail club, was on the third day of his sentence to the county prison. Ho wanted to help in the jail stables but it was so damp that the at tendants, hearing he was subject to rheumatism, would not permit. Lucius Calver, third member of the club, seemed happy with his books in his cell. He insisted that his three day's sentence served him right. TO HONOR BOY CHAMP. UNITED I'HESS LEASED W1IIB. Boston, Jan. 18. Tho victory of Francis Ouimot in capturing the Amer ican open golf championship in a tour nament in Brookline in which Eng land's best golfers played, will be cele brated by the Massachusetts Golf As sociation at its annual meeting and din ner tonight. The victory of Massachu setts golfers in the tri-state tournament with New York and Pennsylvania for the Leslie Cup, and the showing made by John Anderson in the National Am ateur tournament will also be celebrated. ARM GRAFTED ON GIRL. UNITED rilEBS LEASED WISE. Berlin, Jan. 10. Surgeons throughout Germaiiv today are watching with in tense interest tho case of Mario Kuba- cok, who recently underwent a remark able oH-ration in a hospital at Prague. The patient, a dressmaker, was suf fering from a disease of the upperarm which necessitated amputation. Just before the operation another girl who had attempted suicide, died in the hos pital, and the doctors decided to try a grafting experiment. Removing tho bone from the upper arm of Miss Ku haeek they inserted in its dace a sec tion from tho arm of the dead girl. Tho operation was successful beyond tho doctors' most sanguine hopee, and lat est reports from the hospital say the patient is steadily improving. Pluvius apparently beiwine tired of reading complaints for several years of rainfall below normal. TO RELIEVE RHEUMATISM ffia body-waste producing uric acid must be gradually arrested and the blood purified. Correct diet is essential. Abstain from tea and anything containing alcohol; eat meat only once a day and take SCOTT'S EMULSION after every meaL SCOTTS EMULSION makes new blood free from the poisonous products which irritate the joints and muscles; its medicinal force relieves the enlarged, stiffened joints; and mora, SCOTT'S EMULSION stimulates the forces to expel the poisonous acids by its con centrated nourishing properties. Phvsiciant everywhere prescribe ficott's Emulsion for rheumatism. EVERY DRUGGIST HAS IT. , . . - 4mw mum WfwaiuaM " Don'l Wonder People Oo Cruy lUouy Oter OF.TSIT.' It Oeu Every Corn Bur and Quickt" ' GF.TS It " on In two seconds, and awav thev go. shrivel, vanish. No more eotton rings to make the corn sharper and more bnlgv, no more band- sees to stop circulation and stick to the stocking, no more salves o turn the flesh raw and maka the rorn "pull," no more knives or raors with (lunger of blood poisoning. "OKTS1T" Is rainless, stops pain, and is absolutely harmless- to healthy flesh. Warts and bunions disappear. "OUTSIT" Bives Immediate relief. OUTSIT' sold by druggists at 25 rents a bottle, or sent on receipt of price t K. Lawreuce Co., Chicago. AN EXPRESSION OF OPINION. F.dltor Capital Journal: Please allow me a little sjmce in your valuable paper to dlscuas the situation which our city dads placed themselves in last Monday night. A person from Mexico or Copperfield might, think from what our worthy property owner has said In last night's Journal that there isu't but two men In Palem that could possibly fill the lire chief or the street commissioner's office a tall. Now, my dr property wner, let ORRINE TOR DRINK HABIT. So uniformly successful hns OUlUNE been In restoring tho victims of tho "Drink Habit" into sober and useful citizens, nnd so strong Is our confidence in its curative powers, that wo want to emphasize the fact that ORRINE is sold under this positive guarantee. If. after a trinl, you get no benefit, your money will be refunded. OUlUNE costs only $1.00 per box. Ask for free booklet. Attach name ESCTHMOD booklet Perry Drug Btore, BEAUTIFUL MOUNT CREST ABBEY COMMUNITY MAUSOLEUM IS RAPIDLY NEARING COMPLETION IN CITY VIEW CEMETERY, SALEM. OUR REPRESENT ATIVE WILL BE GLAD TO MAKE AN AP POINTMENT TO SHOW YOU THE BUILDING. WHY DEFER LONGER? PORTLAND MAUSOLEUM COMPANY BUILDERS HUBBARD BUILDING, SALEM TELEPHONE 239 mm