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Tcrner Woman Meets Some
Friends She Had Not Seen
For 50 Years
' TURNER. - Ore.. July 25.
ISKcial) Hot, yes, but watch
fan corn grow and several acres
e Kentucky beans In Turner n
cMty, also cucumbers. Picking
. tan already begun on the Bear
Mr. and Mrs. H. N. Barnett
spent Sunday at F. Bears at Craw
. fsrtsvllle. Mrs. Barnett- remained
far a few days visit with her
: Mrs. Eugenia Smith Cole, was
caller at the Small home Sun
day. ' y
Vncle George Burnett of Salem
spent the week-end at "the S. II.
. Mrs. Mary Ingles and Mrs. Tber
" sfn Fancher of Yakima, Wash.,
pent Saturday evening with Mrs.
Cr A. Bear. They had been child-
friends In Iowa, and had not
for 50 years. Mrs! Mary- Cam-
, sasKk and daughter of Rosedale,
were also dinner guests.
Mr. and Mrs. Scott Funston
went to Champoeg Sunday.
- Rev. Mickey nd family of Sa
were in Turner Saturday eve-
Brltlsh Colombia - hop yield will
be low this year, although Mi own
fields he figures will bear 'more
than last year due to increased
plantings. Cold weather anal rain
are largely responsible for the
poor showing, he says. Picking of
the early or f uggle crop he ex
pects to begin August 20.
The mayor reports the trip back
to Salem the same hot weather
which has prevailed here was in
evidence, with it hitting Vancou
ver before he left. I
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Youth Narrowly Escapes
Drowning At Silverton
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SILVERTON, July 25. (Spe
cial) While Artis Egan was at
tempting to learn to swim at the
i . I
city pool Tuesday he narrowly es
caped . drowning, and - probably
would have had not those! on
shore and in the water rushed to
his aid at calls for help. He was
sinking for the third time when
one of those who rushed to his aid
managed to grabbm by the hair,
and. In this manner pulled f him.
unconscious, from the water;
Egan, who is employed at the
Julius Allen grocery, was consid
erably weakened by the exper
ience. On first entering the pool
be bad been tutored by two
friends, who later left him to
swim to the dam. While they were
on their way, Egan started across
the pool, with the near-fatal re
CASES IN OREGOrJ
Disease Appearing in State
Contracted From Aborted
- Cows Milk -
At Hamilton's Store
The M. E. church social and Ice Sculptor To Appear
community singing led by Mrs.
Mnyro McKlnney, Saturday eve-1
mtmx at the Masonic hall, was a I
m iummii. u to crowd. Inter-1 Something new and novel?
e shown and financially. Thirty Salem for the fi rat UmeUhis
CZr. .dded to the treas- whn "Ooldie" Llghtonberg
la famous ice sculptor will give a
.-a ..,.v ... dally xhlbitlon of hia skill id the
t' window, of the Hamilton Frn-
" Iture company. Thursday, Friday
" ' . . land Saturday.
Mrs. raras reiurneo mw weea Wlth tne thermometer acting
turn her six weeks' course at the way u n for tne pastifew
ssswmouin normal. idays. It will be a pleasing diver
mr. and Mrs. C. A. Bear enter-Nion for the people of Salem to see
tatoed Sunday, the guests includ-1 this exhibition of skill with a
tc Fred Brownell, a cousin from! North Pole atmosphere,
Racine, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. R.
Stewart of Salem, Mr. and Mrs.
Claries Gillett, of Portland and
Mrr. R. M. Kiser and daughter,
Carol of Salem.
Mrs. Durfee and daughter. Miss
Miss Olson and Miss Agnes
M re were week-end guests at
taw F. C. Gunning home.
Mrs. Cornelia George is spend
, lag a few days at Cottage Grove
will also visit friends in Eu-
before returning home.
"There have recently come to
the attention of the state board
of health several cases of undulant
fever, a disease hitherto unknown,
or at least unrecognised, in this
state." says the weekly bulletin
of the state board of health. It
The term undulant la applied to
this disease because' It Is charac
terized by waves of fever lasting
a week or so alternating with per
iods of several days when there Is
no,' or little fever. Undulant fev-.
er is also known as Malta fever
because the disease was first ob
served on the island of Malta in
the Mediterranean sea. There, as
well as In other parts of the world
where Malta fever occurred, hu
man Infection was traceable to the
use of goat's milk. In this coun
try undulant fever has been large
ly contracted by the use of milk
from cows that had prematurely
lost their young, a condition
known as "contagious abortion."
The few cases discovered in Ore
gon drank milk from cattle that
were known to have aborted. The
germ causing Malta fever, Bacil
lus Melltensls. can be distinguish
ed only with the greatest difficul
ty from the germ causing conta
gious abortion. Bacillus Abortus.
Contagious abortion in cattle
presents "a - serious problem not
only In the health hasards offered
to the consumers of raw milk, but
also - in the .tremendous loss In
dollars and "cents to" the dairy in
dustry of this state. Dr. W. H.
Lytle, state veterinarian, estt-
eent of the herds la the Willam
ette valley are Infected witlTthe
germ causing contagious abortion,
and that the loss to the dairymen
la easily over one and half mil
lion dollars annually. j
Undulant fever-has often been
mistaken for typhoid lever, "par
ticularly ., where the disease has
been of a mild type. Danish auth
orities assert that there are more
cases of undulant than typhoid
fever in Denmark. The number
of cases -of undulant fever, has in
creased remarkably In the United
States In the past year because of
correct diagnosis of the disease.
The chief symptoms of the dis
ease are loss of appetite, j loss of
weight, marked weakness, head
ache, chills, fever, profuse sweat
ing, and frequently pain j in the
Joints. The average duration of
the illness from the onset 'to eon
valeseense . Is - three months,' but
eases lasting a year or longer are
not at all rare. The mortality. Is
very low. The germ may be found
in the blood stream and; in the
urine. In suspected cases blood
for the agglutination test' should
be submitted to the State Hygienic
laboratory. All cases of undulant
fever should be reported j to the
State Board of Health. The patient
should be kept in a modified quar
antine. Discharges should j be dis
infected, and all sanitary precau
tions employed in the control of
intestinal diseases should be ap
plied to undulant fever. !
The existence of undulant fe
ver In Oregon is another argu
ment for the pasteurization pf
milk. In rural communities where
pasteurizing plants are not avail
able, milk from infected cows
should be boiled before drinking.
Americans who go to Europe to
study the manners and customs of
the people object to both as soon
as they land. Fort Worth Star
mates that from five to ten per Blade.
For no reason except to show
the incompetence of the poultry-
man's Leghorns it may be said the
average oyster lays 00,000,000
egga during its lifetime. Toledo
THREE GROUPS OF GIRLS EX
JOY SANTALY OUTIXO
CAMP SANTALY. July 25
(Special.) It Is Impossible to put
into words the spirit of comarad
erie. good sportsmanship and real
affection which grows up mon
the girls of Camp Santaly, the G.
R. camp on the Santiam. , Every
one works as well as plays In the
best of humor.
The improvements they have
made In the camp are really sur
prising. The girls duties are done
with Tim. although amid much
raillery until o'clock Inspection
is called. At that time all must
be In immaculate order. The
short flar raising exercises follow
ing inspection put severyone In the
right mood of respect for the 15
minute service which follows. In
fact all the best in girls' emotions
are displayed daily. - It Is charm
ing to watch the way in which
they attack a task which Is disa
greeable to them. No complain
ing, but the best of sportsmanship.
While their pep and enthusiasm is
unbounded from 6:45 a. m. to
9:30 in the evening.
The first week the grade school
G. Rs held eway. The first time
they ever camped, and very good
campers they proved themselves
to be. The next week came the
Junior high school girls. If ever
girls had a wonderful time they
did. With one burst of last min
ute pep they unanimously voted to
come again next year and hold a
reunion. This week the senior
high group is in camp. They are'
a splendid group of girls who are
having their Berlous moments of
study as well as play. Everyone
concedes that the camp spirit at
Camp Santaly these two weeks has
been all thU could " be desired
from any girls.
FACULTY MEMBER DE
SCRIBING TRIPS IN JAPAN
Word recently received from Dr.
Frank O. Franklin of Willamette
university, who is touring the Ori-
HElf. TiYLOR TEQS
OF RELIGIOUS MEET
Prohibition And World Peace
- Occupies Leaders From
Rev. Fred C. Taylor, pastor of III
the First Methodist church, who
returned Tuesday evening from
ts World Religious Education
conference held in Los Angeles,
re pes ted it as being a fine gather
teg. Official registration ran to
the 8000 mark, and the number
ef people in Los Angeles who at
tended only part of the sessions
raised the number to over 10.
. In number of delegates, Japan
lew ' all countries outside the
United States with 193 in attend
ance; Delegates were in atten
dance from all over the- world,
and all had Interesting tales to
Many sessions of the conven
tion) were held in the beautiful
Snrtae temple. Dr. Taylor describ
ed ft as one of the most magnif
icent buildings he bad seen.
Two of the outstanding speak
ers nf the convention were Bishop
Fred Fisher of India and Dr. Dan
te! Poling. Their addresses were
dynamic and were well received.
any of the nationalist leaders of
etnev countries were excellent
Beakers, but they were more dif
ficult to understand.
problem of world peace was
inent in the discussions of
tan conference, with the problem
. ef prohibition, running close to
. Leaders of nations all over the
wcM are looking at the American
rroMbitlon experiment and hoping
mr sts success. A Canadian leader
Americans to beware the re
that conditions in Canada
wtm Improved with government
enaarol of the distribution of 11
wr. He declared these reports
' aJs and added that conditions
Ifcesw were in fact worse than they
ad been before.
Clewing reports were made by
speakers from the Philippines. Cu-
sad the South American repub
acn. All were grateful for the ma
Hvtnt aid given their work by the
' Tan news of the assassination
f President-elect Obregon came to
inn conference with special force.
.1 representative from Mexico was
ddnsalng a large audience at the
; that the press s dispatches
tens announcing the murder. Re-
CW was felt by all, and the Mexi
can group was most profoundly
?Med. - , V;4-';-; --
Tne next convention will be held
n 19 3 2 in Rio de Janeiro. The
arvenUon just closed was the
rata, and the first to be held In
tin United States for many years.
2ayor Livesley Home -From
Vancouver, B. C
Bayor T. A. Livesley la in 8a
ren again, after a trip to Vancou
. tv B. a to attend to Interest
'nnnected with his COO acre hep
nneh, about half of which Is pro-
netBg hops that will be market
?1 this year. - . '
Sfayor Livesley reports the
For Itfe tasit " Days
f . 1- ..'!
THE LAST DAY
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Saturday marks the end of our
big Clearance Campaign. We have
marked prices down; we are go
ing to clean up on our spring and
summer merchandise during these
last three days. Read these star
values we are offering, then be
here at 9 tomorrow!
JSAWNGS HX YOU
One grotty Of beautiful sum
mer d reuses in flat i crepes,
georgettes and crepe de chine
with long sleeves, short
sleeves and sleeveless.
The nationally advertised
Woolastik Bathing Suits,
Spring needle knit with
Fleischer's yarns. A real val
ue at this price.
Turkish Beach Capes in the
new colors and designs. They
are just the thing lor the
beach outing. Clearance price
ENGLISH PRINTS-4-In new sum
mer patterns, fast color, OQn
clearance price, peri yard J5V
CRETONNE In light and dark
colors Many good: patterns to
choose from, 27 to fit; OA
inches wide, per yard
PRINTED DIMITY in all of the
new summer shades and
design a, per yard i
4THLETIC GARTER SET Sever
al styles to choose from, 0 1 ff
per set , vlUU
LINEN LUNCH SETS with colored
border, fast color, 34 inch lunch
cloth and four QQ
napkins ............ vAJO
FRINGED WDTDOW PANELS In
figured net and plain marquisite,
yards A A
Clearance pries ..i. j
SILK. HOSE In the latest shades
with pointed heel, I
pair ......i. 1 .
BROCADED RAYON SPREAD In
new patterns and colors of rose,
gold, blue and green QQ
One table of 'white and
cream ruffled ; curtains in
dots - and cross-bar designs,
2 H yards long. Complete
with tie-back. Cleanup price.
60-Inch lunch: cloth and.
napkins . . . .
21x41 inch towel
CHALLIES. All wool print- AT
ed challies, per yard ... . 33 C
- : - i y '
Printednocks la organdies
and dimities. Just the thing
for house or garden wear.
Clearance price j -.
Imported voile step-in com
bination suits ' in . the new
. . gammer shades. The refresh
ing undergarment for sum-'
; $1.00 v
. - Main Floor
BEACH TOWELS in many new
and different designs, 4 aa
S6x90-lnch - Mf
towel ; $ld
IMPORTED GOWNS In white 4V
Philippine hand embroidered and
In colored pastel shade, trimmed
with Irish lace, 1 AA
each ........ . . , . . .i JpleUU
BLOOMERS SHORTIES in col
ors of pink, peach, AA
green, each .......... 1UU
. Guaranteed fast color print-
ed organdie with beautiful
permanent finish. Cleanup
price' per yard
Slain Floor -
Bloomers in pink, j
flesh, green , , , (
Vests, all shades, sixes
SC to 42, 2 for
9 1 , ..
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; 'laiisUiUUL . iUJULkd V
ent this summer, indicates that he
is having an exceUent and profit
able journey." - ...
IHin last letter leua i ,
Kobe. Osaka and other large cities
i v. .A.th nf Janan.; The group
spent a day with Kagawa, prcmi
nent Japanese phliosopaer wno
holds n position in Japan compar
able to thnt . of Gandhi in India.
Kagawa invited the travelers to
his settlement and game then a
comprehensive lecture on his be-
An interesting part -of. the Jor
ner was trip through thn great
This Toyage raa made on n tramp
extensive accommodations, one
feature, of thla trip .Wtf
on the deck instead r In berths.
This trip took the party to Shl
monoseki at the western UP of
. K.r tttm tourists went to
Seoul. Korea, and trom Korea they
to the original Itinerary they were
to be In Tientsin now, but Dr.
Franklin1 intimated that they
might be 'only to Shanghai now.
He reported that the Japanese all
received them very courteously,
and that they had a warm wel
come wherever they went
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candidate fori president 'down in
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