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TUB CAPITAL JOURNAL MONDAY, JANUARY 26, 1920.
. -ibt EIGHT.
FJD CROSS USES
SENT 10 AID FIGHT
Oil RU IN iMY
Responding to appeal for aid for
warded through Governor Olcott the
American Red Cross, through 1U Port
land chapter, haa sent four nurses vo
Barney county where an influenia epi
demic la raging with one hundred and
fifty cases reported In the vlclnty of
Burnt, according to Information re
ceived by the executive office this
morning. Blankets and linen for fifty
beds have also been shipped from the
Seattle warehouse of the Red Cross.
Physicians will also be rushed Into
Barney county by the Red Cross if the
state health board lacks authority to
take such action, the Information from
Seattle states. Appeals for aid reach
ing the governor's office from Barney
county are signed br H. C. Levens,
county Judge; Charles Leonard, mayor
Of Burns; Charles M. Faulkner, presi
dent Burns Commercial club, and Karl
Conser, chairman Burns chapter Red
Cross, who state that the situation is
serious with only one practicing physl.
clan In the county.
. According to the reply to the govern
or's appeal for aid Earl Kilpatrlck,
head of the northwest division, Ameri
can Red Cross, states that the full co
operation of his office as well as the
IS Red Cross chapters in Oregon can
.be depended on wherever needed to
combat any appearance of influenza.
Capture Of U. S. Officer
By Soviets Unconfirmed
Washington, Jan. tl. No report re
gardlng tha capture by the bolshevik
forces of a group of American rail
Way engineers and a party of Ameri
can Red Cross workers at Klachln
akaya, Siberia, reported In press dis
patches from Chita, Siberia, had been
. received today by the state or war
departments or at national headquar
ters of the Red Cross.
At a special session, of the Board
of Directors of Saieji schools, Tues
day night, action will be taken in ac
cordance with warnings and advices
issued by the Oregon state board of
health, concerning the smallpox epi
demic, in a letter addressed to the
clerks of all school boards in the
state. At that time the school board
will probably auhorize such action as
is deemed advisable under the cir
cumstances. Up to the present time 14 cases of
small pox have been reported in and
near Salem. These cases are either in
' private quarantine or are under coun
ty surveillance at the Isolation ward,
! near Salem. Health officials repre
senting city and county have exercis
ed the utmost vigilance in efforts to
take prompt aclon toward all report
Dr. R. E. Pomeroy, city health of
ficer for Salem anticipates the hearty
co-operation of the public in dealing
with the sitautlon.Cara to comply with
state and city statutes, and prompt
reporting of derelectioni to he pro
per auhorlties, will aid in preventing
the epidemic from becoming general.
While the present conditions in Salem
merit the utmost care, there Is no
cause for undue alarm," stated Dr.
Pomeroy, Monday afternoon.
The following extracts from the
state laws give the scope of action to
be followed by school officials and
Chapter 2(4, General Laws of Ore
gon for 1919: "Any board of school
directors may, on account of the pre
valence of any communicable disease,
prohibit the attendance of any teach
er or pupil upon any school under
their control, and shall' also have the
power to decide how far revacclna
tlon shall be required if a case or
cases of smallpox have occurred in
the city or district"
State Board of Health regulations.
Section 25: "If small pox exists in a
community, the county or city boards
of health shall provide free vaccina
tion for persons desiring protection
against infection. When smallpox ex
ists in a community, no child shall be
permitted to attend school without
presenting satisfactory evidence of his
having been successfully vaccinated
within seven years."
BOLSHEVISM HAS NO
PLACE IN TURKEY,
Constantinople, Jan. 1. Bolshevism
has no appeal to the Turks,' being con
trary ' to their religious training and
patriotic sentiment, 'says . Hustapha
Kemal Pasha, political an leader mili
tary leader of the Turkish nationalist
movement in Asia Minor. Recently
there hare been reports that the bol
shevik! have made inroads in Turkish
Asia Minor and that Knver Pasha, min
liter of war here in 1914, has spon
sored a bolshevik uprising in Turke
stan. ; Mustapha Kemal denied his adher
ents in thtn nationalist cause were
leagued with Enver Pasha or with Ta
lott Pasha, former graqd vizier, who
is reported to have been converted to
boUhovism. Bolshevism might result,
however, from a peace which makes
the Turk a subject people, he assert
ed but he added that such an al'.iauce
with the soviet power would bo but
Bloodshed would follow a peace set
tlotment which placed Greeks in on
trol of this city, he said, and the iiSn
of Thrace to Greece would have the
George M. Sunday, in charge of the
place owned by bis father, the Rev.
Billy Sunday, has 300 White Leghorn
pullets He says he will clear 9720
from his chickens in the three months
ending January SI. The net earnings
from the pullets last month were
ST0RI1 IS CLNERAL
OVER ENURE SIAIE
WITH HEAVY RAINS
Portland, Or., Jan. 26. Part of the
deficiency in rainfall recorded since
September 1 was wiped out yesterday
and last night The soft breezes of a
chlnook wind warmed the atmosphere
and the raindrops began to patter
steadily, playing a tatto that was con
tinuous. The weather bureau record
ed a total of 3.0( inches of rainfall for
the 36 hour period, bringing the total
seasonal rainfall to 20.77 inches which
is 2.11 below norma' for the period.
Meteorologist Wells announced that
there would be a continuation of the
rain today but. the forecast is for cool
er emperature, with northerly winds
Marshfleld was the wettest place on
the map of the weather bureau yester
day, the rainfall for the day being 2.50
vw nx i i tit xxx n i a r n a s-ears r i i i axy yxy
Niemeyer Reports Electric
Menace And It is Removed
Due to the foresight of Charles W.
Niemeyer, who Sias offices in the
Masonic building, and his haste in re
porting the matter to police, pedes
trians who were endangered by elec
trocution Sunday. were probably Bav-ed.
The Reld-Troy sign that has hung
over State street between the Mason
ic and Oregon buildings, burdened by
the rains, broke and fell across the
trolley wire. This wet rope formed a
conductor for the electricity, and had
It fallen to the sidewalk it probably
would have struck some one walking
beneath. It was discovered by Mr. Nie
meyer, who called police headquar
ters. The street railway company was
notified and the menace was hastily
"Lizzie" Strikes Streetcar;
big Conveyance Damaged
"Fords steal in,' where Angels fear
With the result, Sunday, that a
streetcar's fender was bent, and other
damage was sustained by the bigger
vehicle. And a Ford auto, belnncinir
to T. S. Webb, rural route 8, was
merely scratched. , (
Mr. Webb reported to police that
he collided with the street cat nt the
corner of Commercial and Chemeketa
streets. No one was injured.
Two Jitneys, driven by Leo Minnl
chel and A. L. Clearwater, struck on
Ferry street, between Church and
cottage, shortly after noon Sunday.
Neither car was damaged.
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C if s,"
Our first spring shipment is here
brim full of snap and- style direct
from the fashion centers of New
York City. They conie in all the
wanted materials, wool poplins, .
French serge, gabardines, trico
tines, velours, etc. You know the
quality of our garments.
$24.50 to $55.00
Our Prices Always the Lowest
Gale & Company
Commercial and Court Streets
. Formerly Chicago Store
Portland Butter Market
Shows Three-Cent Advance
Pftrftnnil Hi fan Oft . tr.,ii..-
w. ., w.,.f;v. jLLClHlVe
today the local butter market advanc
ed three cents a pound on both prints
and butter fat. This was occasioned
by the faot that all outside markets
are higher than Portland.
The new prices are fiS rant. f
prints in plain wrappers and 63 cents
tor cartons. The buying prices of but
ter fat are 69 and 60 cents at coun
try stations and 62 nd m n.ni. ,i
.livered in Portland.,
OUR LADIES' READY-TO-WEAR DEPARTMENT IS A IV
Very Popular Place
JUST NOW, AND GETTING MORE POPULAR EACH DAY AS PEOPLE
FIND OUT WHAT BEAUTIFUL SHOWINGS WE HAVE, AND AT
WHAT REASONABLE PRICES EVERYTHING IS GOING
That will please the most particular
in wool and silk. SILK DRESSES in
Poplins, Taffetas, Satins and Georg
ettes. Prices range from
$12.50 to $32.50
WOOL DRESSES in Jerseys, Trico
tines and Serges from
$16.50 to $45.00
We have a fine new line of Silk and
Wool Skirts in Wash Satins, Poplins,
Taffetas, Fancy Plaids and Many
$6.90 to $16.50
We have splendid selections in the
popular Tweeds, Poplins, Serges and
Silvertones from which" you can get
the best in Style, Quality, and Price.
You will find them in the late popu
lar and staple colors.
$24.75 to $57.50
That are the latest and best in Vel
ours, Tweeds, Polo Cloth, Camel's
H; ir and Basket Weaves.Prices from
$18.50 to $45.00
The winners in our Essay Contest will be announced as soon as the judges
have made their decision.
Police Have Evidence In
Check Forging Saturday
Evidence In the hands of police
Monday was said by them to probab
ly lead to an arrest before the day
was over of a suspect In the forging
of a check here Saturday evening on
the United States National bank. The
check was made out in the name of
C. M. Eppley, and was signed by
'Jack Miller", it. .was moiiori
Barnes Cash Store. A description of
me lenow wno is believed to have
forged the check, and who brought it
to the store was eiven nniiro. Tk
check was for J5.
Washington, Jan. 26. Conviction
and three year sentence under the
espionage act of Marie Equl because
of statements made in a snnenh hv har
at an Industrial Workers of the World
gathering In Portland, Or., will stand,
me supreme court having refused tn.
day to review the 'case.
There la no foundation for the re
port that hundreds of sheep and cafr
tie were drowned by the unprecedent.
ed flood in the Malheur river. Th
loss is comparatively nothing, lesj
than 60 head of sheep and only a lev
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