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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, THURSDAY, JANUARY 1, 1920.
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Fairfield News Notes.
Dr. George P. Mitchell of Klamath
Falls and Michael P.. Barry of Merrill-haw
hHn sDnnintet) Humeotora of
! sheep importation into Klamath coun-
I ty by the state livestock sanitary
Fairfield. Or., Jan. 1. Mrs. William
Allsup is visiting with her daughter in!
jWalla Walla, who has been Quite ill
for the past three weeks.
"'. - I Misa Emma Cocker ham, who is at-
ew York. Jan. 1. CelebraUon of,tendin college at McMinnville -
t - .r.tin.,. spending the holiday vacation with her!
the advent of the new year continued,. Mra. B. j j MiUer and brotheri
until dawn in tne noteis anu restaur- j. p. Cockerham
ants along the "great white way." the! Miss Margaret Marthaln returned to'
revelers taking advantage of what the Arlington Sunday evening j
re era , . . . tJ Mr. and Mrs. John Hugill and little
considered the last opportunity to daughter visited at a p Parkers Mon-
celebrate in the hilarious manner tra- day. They are spending the holidays
dtiional to New York. Police and oth- at Joseph Hugill's in Woodburn. j
er observers. said the crowds were Miss Merle DuRette visited with,
equal in size and spirit to those of irienas in uorvallis the first of the
'WUe'rmumbered thousands paj Miss Dorothy Parker of Portland
raded-Broadway with all aorta of noise spent the past week with her parents
makers, others thousands, who with and friends.
fnresichtedness had purchased stocks! William Smith of Nevada and John
of wines and liquors before July 1 were! Milan oi Cloverdale, Tillamook coun-
friends in this section Tuesday.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Carl Francis
making; merry in hotels and restaur-
. ih Hnuiit refreshment was
nt in advance by truck and limoue-of Portland at the Emanuel hospital,
sent in . . . . .Thnwiilav rtooomKo.. 9S ,,! k.
Thursday, December 25, twin boys.
r The marriage of Miss Rita E. Mar
thaler to Michael J. Mahony took
ine after reservations unu wvu wauts.
A heavy profit through "corkage" and
.. i:.- firna was rMnnd. '
Trowds on the streets were more or-Place at St Louis. Saturday, Decem-
derly than in former years. Few - "Br ev rtenry retetan or-
i were made .ficiating. After the ceremony a wed-
The celebration was not confined to i"' aininer wa rved at the home .
Jces of merriment. The chimes of,1 Parents at Fairfield, after
hundreds o churches rang out as oflich Mr. and Mra M. J. Mahony
Hunareas ,Sniim.i- f left for a trip to various points in Cali-
Oia ! Iinuiiife .fornifl. ainnnC thorn Pgaoan.
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whistles shrieked an accompaniment. .
SERUM TO PREVENT .
YELLOW FEVER IS
nesa the big game New Year's day.
St. Louis, Mo., Jan. 1. Science has
not discovered as yet a -preventive of
epidemic diseases, though a serum is
being formulated that may eradicate
yellow fever, according to delegates at
tending the convention of the Amer
ican Association for tlys Advancement
of Science, in session here.
Warning was issued by the delegates
against influenza, spinal meningitis
and infantile paralysis.
Dr. Simon Flexner, of the Rockefel
ler institute for medical research and
president of the association, explalneo
that scientists were progressing in
their fight on cancer, saying that med
ical research, was. "gradually getting
into a position of strategic superior
"It seems possible that yellow fever
may be the first disease to be eradi
eated by science," he continued. "It is
insect-borne by a particular kind of
mosquito. Dr. Noguchi, a Japanese
scientist, is working on a serum that
may rid the human race of this affile
Cloverdale, Jan. 1. Oscar Fliflet
and A. E. Kunke were visiting Salem
Miss Ethel Craig went to Salem
Sunday to spend a few days with her
sister, Mrs. Jessie Mooted, return
ing home Tuesday.
F. A. Wood and family attended
a birthday dinner in Sajem Sunday
given in honor of his aunt, Mrs. Jones
on her 69th birthday.
Cloverdale school opened Monday
alter an enforced vacation of three
weeks, caused by the recent storms.
Mrs. J. D. Cratg and her daughter,
Hazel, are spending a few days in Sa
lem; while there Hazel will have her
Olin Hadley arrived home Monday
to spend New Years day with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Hadley.
Mr. Hadley is instructor in the Athe
na high school, and on account of a
number of railroad bridges being
washed out he could not reach home
in time for Christmas.
Miss Rose Drager is spending the
holidays here with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Gus Drager. Miss Rose is
teaching in eastern Oregon this win
BOY FORGER IS SENT
- Lots Of
Descktes Mast Beet I
A county superintendent of schools
must be elected in Deschutes at the
general election hi 1930, as in the oth
er counties of the state, according to
an opinien prepared by Attorney Gen
eral Brown. The question as to the
election In occasioned by the fact that
J. Alton Thompson, the present incum-i
bent was elected to the position two
years ago after having served as an
.appointee, filling af vacancy.
I The state law provides that county
school superintendents are to be elect
ed for a four year term, according to
the opinion of Brawn who points out.
however .that a specified time for the
elections are set out in the law, the
.forthcoming election being one of the
rftrumr rour year penooa
A Happy New Year
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CAPITAL JOURNAL WANT ADS BRING RESULTS
Salem Motorcyclists Take
Part In Portland Contest
A party composed of eleven motor
cvclists left for Portland in a body
Thursday morning to attend the hill
climb at Council Crest at 2 p. m., in
On condition that he report to him
by letter every week, Wctor P. Frank
lin. IT, committed to the state train
ins school Wednesday by Judge Bush-
ey. was released Thursday Dy super
intenrtent Gilbert, and paroled to
mother. Mrs. J. L. Franklin.
After giving consideration to various, shop of Harry w. fecott,
which about 25 different makes of
motorcycles took part. The Salem
delegation rode Harley-Davidsons. It
had not been definitely decided at the
time of starting if any of the group
would take part in the contest, but it
was thought probable that at least one
histof them would.
The party, which started from the
RICH AND BENTLETC
The Big Jolly Musical
sperial features of the case. County j Davidson dealer, was composed of H.
Juilge W. M. Bushey committed Vic
tor P. Franklin," 17, of Brownsville, to
the state training school. In forging
a check for $1465 on W. C. Bgg'.eston
.nd presenting the bogus tender in
payment for a car from a Salem deal
er, Franklin achieved the zenith of his
carer of trouble, which his brother, M.
K. Franklin, affirms waa precipitated
when Victor was summarily dismissed
from a Job at Walla Walla, Washing
ton, about three weeks ago.
Previous to his latest break, Frank
lin came under the attention of Mult
nomah county probation
nays ago when he is said to have drawn nual convention here, announced he
a revolver in emphasising his refusal' wni r.iirn from his secretaryship of
T. Smith, Fred Alkire, AlanFraser, Ira
Fitts, Reuel Smith, Lyman Sundln, J.
Lester Sande, Max Grout, Rex Howard,
George Frye and Harry W. Scott.
Idaho Man Resigns As
Secretary Of Woolgrowcrs
Boise, Idaho, Jan. l.JPr. S. W. Mc-
Clure, secretary of the National wo
Growers' , association, speaking Wed
neAflav before members of the Idaho
officers tenUy-Qoi Growers' association at their an
to settle with a taxi-cab driver when
the latter attempted to collect cabfare
from the youth.
ShioIoadOf Stock Sent
To Guam For Experiments
San Francisco, Jan. 1. The United
States army transport Permacola re
sembled a floating barn yard when she
went to sra from San Francisco today
'ith a deck cargo of cattle, hogs and
chickens for the Guam island ebperl
mental station of the United States de
partment of agriculture. The ship
ment comprised registered bulls from
"n Mateo, pure bred Berkshire boars
from Sacramento and le Rhode Is
land Red chickens from Fruit vale and
This registered stock, will be used In
, "Proving the native stock, of the Is
. Undi "The animals we're 'selected 'by
en Briggs,- agronomist of the Guam
station, who spent the last two months
i" California making the selections.
the national organization
Dr. McClure said he will not formal
ly leave his post until a capable man
is obtained to succeed him.
Until the law can be tested In the
courts, the state dog license fee will
not be collected In Lane county, ac
cording to County Clerk Bryson.
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It is our policy to have a sale twice a year at the end of
the seasons, and to make room for the new spring
styles we are making very attractive prices on
footwear for the-grown-ups and growing-tips
Sale Starts Friday
Our shoes are known for their good
Quality and service
Striking Styles at Substantial Savings
BE SURE-COME EARLY
4:30, 6:30, 8:30, 10:30
Women's Va'ues up to
Sale Price $12.85
Pearl gray, kid, lace, covered
French heels, welt soles.
Taupe, gray, kid, lace 9-inch top,
French heels, patent vamps, field
'mouse tops, also kid vamps, pearl
gray kid tops, welt sole
White kid lace, very dressy boot,
welt sole, kid covered heel-
In addition to the special values
mentioned here, substantial price
reductions are offered on many
i other styles.
PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
May your aims for 1920 become accomplishments.
Portland Bank Gearings
Show Big Gain During Year
Portland. Or.. Dec Jl. Increasing
trength of Portland's Industrial and
commercial Institutions was indicated
4n h report Issued today of the secre-'
ry of the clearing house association
tor the year. Total clearings for the
year amount to $ l.5S.S5.i!8.I7. as
WMnpared with ll,M9.tO.(l.e7 forj
,M rear. gain of $:.l,Ig.2s. orl
w per cent. I
Prosperity of the city has been re
flected in clearing house gains for each
"nth in the year. For December
he total was 131.CI,m.47 com
pared with I14.70,42ILC1 for the cor
responding month of ll. a gain of
If you are adopting new resolution
don't overlook, forgetor neglect the import
ance of a
Here at the United States National.
Klamath Falls Sunday schools r-
tJOT for Armenian relief work In
the Christmas campaign.
II n (pi tStnlima
Women's Values up to $14,
Sale Price $9.85
Black kid dressy street
Boot, Military heel, black
kid welt sole, 9-inch top,
Cuban heel, brown kid and
calf, Military and Cuban
heels. Possessing the , .
smart new lines.
Boys Shoes, Value $6.50 and $6.75. Sale Price $5.45
Made of solid leather and built for wear, English and
semi-English lasts, all sizes.
. Boys Shoes, Value $5.75, Sale Price $4.85
Black and tan, heavy double soles, built solid to stand
the wear and tear. ' . .
Men's Shoes, Values up to $15.C3,
Sale Price $12.45
A select selection of
very nobby Footwear in
Brown Kid and Calf, Eng
lish and semi-English toes,
also Calf and Kid leathers
in a wide range of lasts.
Mens Shoes, Value $12.50,
Sale Price $9.85
Including Valour Calf
with comfortable English
toes, kid leathers, blucher,
made for solid comfort
and possessing style.
Men's Shoes, value $10.00. Sale Price $6.85
Including Brown, English, Black, Gun Metal and
Velour and Blucher, medium weight soles and good
Men's Work Shoes $7.50, Sale Price $5.85
Built for solid Wear, made of
real leather, h e avy double
soles. Splendid value.
Our complete stock of Children's Shoes x
ee si i . r V
oner special reuuciions a.
or- nr.L r rci ss?
140 norm commercial oircei h?
Come early and get Fitted properly
in the style you want