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Washington, J" Tb yvr
im will be an "open -mju" for
l...liiu. anarchists and kmdr'd
radicals wh or Jo 0,1s country
th Idea of overthrowing the govern
ment. In statement published to
day Attorney Oenral Pslmer an
nounced that the poller of tb depart
ment of JuWic In desllng wilh th
menace during the coming 'er
Will be on of "unflinching, persist
R and sggresslv wsrfar." No quar
ter will be Srtown h declared.
The attorney general declared that
gents of th d-parttnnt had trat
1 dltertly to this element It percent
ttf the unrest In Ibis country. Acquaint
i.wi.- with th !'' irlne f ths 'reds'
Attorney Oenersl l'lnif II,
tl. moot futsibl method of ending
their activities sud he urged the Am
ricsn people In th Interest of law
and order, peao and happiness and
tli maintenance of national solidar
ity to study 14 foil iwwanlnaT of th
fnillml Idea stid t counteract It thru
th leaching of Americanism In th
ir-m. tb church. the school riI la
Tlw hnlehevl, movement de not
I. lil'M-tit tin radicalism of progress.
Mr. I'slmer declared, hut Introduce
illclafoishlp by fores mil violence
r.t In dleiltietly it criminal and din
J.,,nt scheme Instead of a movement
f liberty loving persona.
PEACE DECLARED NEAR
Copenhagen, Ic. II Maxim I.lt
vlnoff, Husslsn soviet represonliilive
her, predicted In an Interview with
the Mo.lal Iemokraln today that
(tear between lh bolshevik! an4 Ho
stile Is Imminent.
Iteptylng to a question MS to whelh
er J. O'Orady, I he llrltlsh represciila.
tlv In th riiiifrrenc for vxchnmc
ut prisoners, wss In esrry pears pro
ptMuls back to toaslon. I.II vlnoff said:
"f'ese la rumliig (jul ker than is
Itvlnuff announced that negotia
tions, fthlch were broken off when
lis attempted to Injwt 'ec pro
poaala" lulo ths prisoner eonferenr,
tisd been resumed with (Ireat llrllnlu.
WswItlhsVait, lie. II Kxeciillvs
liei1s of the rnllK'ttit slmpmen Wed
lieeitay tailed on Hull Director f linos
for s mnfeieme to renew their de
mands fur wl!e Im reaae.
Among thins to be discussed wr
4 of living and reitiets for wag
lin'tvsMns svereglut about 15 to Is
lent an hour for Oflfl meinWr uf
the sia lup cr.i'n
I toili I'lice t'l.isttutt. swletant to
Illiiec Slid It M Jewell, nciing presl
ttletil of lh rottttiiY dcpattmeni uf the
American KtfdciHtiim of llor yes
triday denied that rmiffreiie would
be held lodsy nfter oilier official of
the union hod juiiiuumi'd ll would
Th conference mlih limes f.illnw
el iiitiiic itUlvty i'ii 1,hk iirlt!iilno y
ilf rteltc Mllh lie i.W uf tll l.illiil
ectloH of the admlnieti ailim l which
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),eie t,.iv oil me ve t.f bis denrture
f..r Ceiiforin fr ,i be-jiUi. rn
money was u, w,, ftv,, n,
ft s farm whhh be U4 purcbte,t
fiutti hi savins
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Kan Francisco, Ic. 21 "Ban Fran
rvo at no plac to tarn wild wo
men," think Uvrnct L. Lawn.
H told Judge Mogan today that be
brought hie wife here trum Tacorr.a
and Seattle t kep her away from
th northern cabarets.
Hut hi wife liked th cabaret here
even better, Larsen told tn jung.
3b told hlrn to get a divorce, he aild.
and thrr wr aoma mm ah liked
rjal wll who went to thwe raharU.
Ju'iit AloK-in at'lara to have be
llvd Lrrn He grantKl a divorce.
MAN SHOT BY OFFICER
DIES IN FEW HOURS
Vancouver, Vab., Ixc. 81
Chnrli H"Kr. 19. of KvlloicK. Idaho,
jdied hero twin v. a few hours aftor he
lrif shot In the shoulder by I'ollrfman
M'erry Hlllon. The bullot is believed
jto hiive severed an artery.
l(oirr. In rompany with Mike I,a
jrherw, Was arrested early this mornlnK,
jibe poll'- rlntntlng the two men were
u(lit while trjinK to rob a chewing
j Kt roule to the police stnllon, Itoif
rs broke away from th officers. 8v
iernl huts. ride Into the air, fullrd to
jhalt the fugitive. J'ollceman Hilton
later found lingers hiding" In a barn,
lie niculii tried to escaM and Was shot
in ths shoulder by the officer.
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Hull Lake Clly, Clah., lec, SI A,
lh, formerly with the Los An
geles Kipreas, ,,la purchased a eri.
trolling liitere.l In ths Halt I-ak Her
ald, It was announced here today. Klsh
resigned from th In Angeles news
paper on October II.
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FEAR HELD THAT NEW
WILL PROVE FATAL
Chicav. HI, Jan. 1. Authorities
throughout the countiy today gravely
awaited report from New Year s eve
revels for confirmation or refutation
of their predictions that the wave of
deaths from wood alcohol poisonlnt,
which took a toll of approximately;
1ZS live durina- the Christmas boll-!
days would be repeated.
Chleopee, 'Mass., and the Conectlcut-
vall-y wlih 50 deaths today still leu
all lotalitleti that suffered from the
Christmas flood of fake whiskey. In
Chicago J2 deaths altributable to wood
alcohol poisoning- had occurred since
Kully awakened to the dangers of
consuming the poisonous bevernife,
city, state and federal officers from
New York to Han Kranelsco today
were directing their efforts toward
eliminating sales of the liquid.
Whiskey sill, mltut.es Intended for
. if mmm
SALEM, OREGON. THURSDAY. JANUARY 1, 1920.
;Nw Ter' celebratora at San Kran
ciaco contained cnide oil, embalming
.fluid, oil of pepFK-rnint and oil or car
'mine, chemical analysis revealed.
Should the proposed constitutional
amendment initiated by J. V. Albright
of Oregon City, fix ng the legal rat
of Interest In Oregon at four percent
with five per cent on contract, become
a law no bonds could be Issued in the
statrf bearing Interest at a rate great
er than five per cent. This is the opin
ion nf Attorney Oer.erni Brown pre
pared in reply to a n-juest from Slate
Kngineer Cupper for information as
to the effect the proposed measure
.,... 1,1 have on irritation and drain-
ir dlxirict bonds which are now
made to draw Interest at the rats of
six per cent. Brown's opinion holds
that In the event the measure is ap
proved by the people no bonds, wh?th
er Issued by the s'.at, counties, cit
ies, villages, towrs. school districts,
rriuation disicts or! drainage dis-
NtW Ym w Kkh
Good Bye, Good Old 1919
Hello! Bright, Promising 1 920!
itricts could draw interest at a rate
greater than five per cent
At Seattle Monday the steamer
Queen rammed a car barge and nent
five freight cara to the bottom. The
cars carried freight valued at $100,-
A Happy New Year
yoa fr jour generous
Press Operator Tackles
Robber; Sbot la Pursuit
Memphis, Tenn., Dec. 31. William
Patton, United Press telegraph op-
erator at the Memphis Press,
cooperation and to wish you
recovering at St Joseph's hospit
from the effects of tackling a bargb,
Patton was shot through the Bhojj.
der last night when he chased a bar
giar out of the house without stoppi
to get a gun. ,
XDe ours1" "" "" "siea.
a New Year of PEACE
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