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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1919.
ill L0G6ING G1P AT
CLACK ROCK IS HELD
Dallas, Or;, Nov. 18. Walter Ben
kopp, a Russian, by birth and aiitW.
W. agitator, was arrested by Sheriff
John W. Orr la on of the logging
camps above Black Rack in the- west
ern part of Polk ' county Saturday
morning, and brought to Dallas where
be was lodged In the county jail await
Sag a. hearing: :
Benkopp is alleged by member of
the XoyaL Legion of Logger and Lum
bermen of the Black Rock camp to
bare made remarks concerning- the
shooting affair at the armistice day
parade at Centralis., upholding the I.
W. W. and placing all the blame on
the soldiers. He is also opposed to ev
erything in which the government has
a. hand and would much rather see
this country run the same as Russia
Is being handled, it is said. He will
probably be held until work is- receiv
ed from the United States district at
torney's office in regard to his case.
During the past week there has been
several demonstrations by I. W. W.
sympathizers about Dallas. Thursday,
an employe of the Willamette "Valley
sawmill in this city was given his
walking papers for making remarks
derogatory to the government. Later
on he was advised by Sheriff Orr to
leave town as feeling was running
high among ex-service men and mem
bers of the L. L. L. L.
Wednesday another citizen, alleged
Jito have been pro-German during the
war, made remarks condemning the
ex-service men for the Centralia af
fair and claiming that the government
was doing more for the soldiers now
than was necessary. His case has also
been presented to the district attor
ney's office in Portland for consider
ation. The authorities in. Polk county are
bound to see that no I. W. V. gain a
foot hold here and they have the co
operation of both the1 Loyal Legion of
Loggers and Lumbermen and the ex-
service men together with that of
practically every citizen of the coun
ty. During the past several months
no less than 16 I. W. W. agitators and
sympathizers have' been forcibly kick-
ed out of the logging camps near
Slack Rock and told never to come
TO SPEAK TONIGHT ON
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ides of battle ships that were to bring
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the armory. Ferry and Liberty street,
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