Capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1919-1980, July 03, 1922, Page PAGE SIX, Image 6

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    MONDAY, JULY 3, 1922.
THE CAPITAL JOURNAL. SALEM, OREGON
PAGE SIX
THE SERBIAN ROYAL WEDDING.
Northcliffe's Health
Causing Alarm.
KAON FEARED
BY LEONARD AS
BIG BOUT NEARS
IS HE TO WED MILDRED HARRIS?
BROTHERS ARE HONOR CADETS.
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Michigan City, led.. July 3-
(By Associated Press.) Thlf.
thriving little !y with a light
weight chamiponsblp bout on it
lands began to fill up today with
the first influx of fight fan for
tha ten-round contest belweeu
Benny Leonard, the title holder
and Rocky Kansas, the Buff&lt
challenger, in Floyd Fitzdlmtnont,
open air arena tomorrow after
soon. Indications are that 26,000 ring
fans will pay approximately 7"5,
000 to see the fight.
Both Leonard and the three
times challenger fur the light
weight crown rirtually ended
their training yesterday. Leonard
finished his boxing yesterday
without Injury tu his hands and
is ready to set a furious pace for
the Buffalo challenger.
While Leonard is confident of
winning, he, nevertheless ban
deep reupect for the hard hitting
Kansas. Rocky has always given
Leonard the most desperate sort
of a battle. He la short and stocky
and can rip In with a short left
hook to the body that is danger
ous. He has an attack that al
ways has worried his opponents
and with the exception of Leon
ard, recently has floored almost
every man who faced him in the
ring.
Kansas probably will face a
weight disadvantage of about 3
pounds. The champion plana to
go Into the ring at about 137
founds, while Kansas will prob
ably not scale more than 133 or
334 pounds which is his best
weight.
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BLAMED FOR WAR
London, July 3. "The world
would never have been plunged
into the catastrophe of the world
war if the press had not over
rated professional diplomacy,
thereby entrusting to the diplo
mats the moat vital questions."
This Is the view of Mr. Blgmuud
Muuz, who writing on dopllmats
in the Contemporary Review, ana
lyzes the characters, deficiencies
end pretensions of many of the
leading figures iu European and
American pre-war diplomucy. He
is further of the opinion that post
war diplomacy, both in England
and America, suffers from ignor
ance. "A distinguished participator
in the Parts conference has told
me lncreditable things about the
Ignorance of central European
conditions that prevailed there,"
he relates.
"And strangely enough, they
were generally Anglo-Saxon diplo
mats who provide themselves to
tie Ignorant.
"How much," he continues,
could I tell you of the shallow
Seas of the American , diplomats
with whom I have come into con
tact! "I have met men like Marsh,
Andrew White, Ellhu Root, Oscar
fitrauss and others, but they were
ail men who had distinguished
themselves In other ways than the
trade of diplomacy.
"American diplomats," he
blandly and confidentially tells
his readers, "are by no means the
pick of their country and were not
infrequently people who had help
ad a president with money or in
fluence In his campaign. j
"America has had excellent and
Well - Informed representatives
abroad, especially in England.
"I shall avoid details about the
American embassy Vienna dur
ing the last thirty years. But the
inner life of the majority of the.se
diplomats cons:sted of petty social
vanities, and 1JT ever their diaries
aee the light of day they will re
veal that the height of their am
bition and fame was reached at
those hours which saw princes of
the bloud at their tables!"
For the first time In history two brothers were honor men the
same vear at Annapolis and West Point. Midshipman J. L. Olmstead
of Des Moines, Iowa, won highest honors at Annapolis, while his
brother, Cadet George A. Olmstead, captured second horors at West
Point. Midshipman Olmstead, by the way, is the man charged with
responsibility for the alleged slur on Midshipman Kaplan In the
Middies' Year Book, Kaplan being a Jew.
CAN A GIRL SMOKER TEACH SCHOOL
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Mis Alice Tanton was expelled from the Michigan State Normal
School for smoking in public, sixteen other girls being expelled at
the same time. She sued for reinstatement so she might prepare her
self for a teaching career. The school authorities assert that no girl
who smokes is fit to teach in public schools.
Mt. Everest Climbers 2,200 Feet From Top.
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In her compartment on the Broadway Limited, Mildred Harris,
formerly M. Charlie ChaDlin. denied she was to become the bride
of Byron Munson, Chicago Board of Trade man. But when the train
reached the Union station In Chicago she stepped right into Mun
son'a arms, and he ktesed her with fervor. Her mother, who accom
panied her, greeted Munson warmly.
Eight Indicted As Gun-Runners For Irish.
Miss Evan Wins.
Wimbledon, July 3. (By As
sociated Press.) MIrs Elizabeth
Ryan of California today .won her
match In the International grass
court tennis tournament here by
defeating Miss Harvey, an English
player, in straight sets. The
scores were 6-3, 6-3.
Grocer Thankful
'I had been alck nearly 20
yeara with stomach trouble and
Was slowly starving to death as
everything I ate caused terrible
gas and pain and my food did not
digest. I was reduced to 115
pounds. A friend advised me to
take Mayer's Wonderful Remedy
about 4 months ago," which I did
and now weigh 151 lbs, and ran
eat anything. I am very thankful
for Mayr'i Wonderful Remedy."
It removes the catarrhal mucous
from the Intestinal tract, and al
lays tha inflammation which
cause' practically all stomach.
liver and IntestiRal ailments. In-I
eluding appendicitis. One dose I
will convince or money refunded I
at J. C. Perry's, D. J. Fry's and I
druggist everywhere. Udv)
Members of the Mt. Kverest climbinc nartv in Thilu.f h no.
conded 26,800 feet without the ubo of oxysen and were only 2.200
reet under the summit when they established a depot and went 'back
to their advance base, preparatory to another dnsh, when oxvgen
will be used. Their climb to 26.S00 feet was the highest in the'his
tory of the world, the former record having been 24,533 feet, made
by the Duke of Abruzil In 1910.
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Cononel Marcellus H. Thompson, vice-president and active head
of the Auto Ordnance Co. (at right), has been Indicted, with seven
others, by a federal grand Jury at Trenton, N. J., charged with be
ing involved in a nattempt to ship nearly 500 sub-machine guns to
the Irish Hepublican Army. The guns, with a large quantity of amu
nition, were found in the coal bunkers of the freighter East Side
when it was ready to sail for Europe. Colonel Thompson, a New
York man, is son-in-law of Ambassador George Harvey and son of
General John P. Thompson, U. S. A., retired, inventor of the gun.
UNITED BY A WELL-COOKED MEAL.
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Dan Caswell, member of a wealthy Cleveland (0.) family, and
his bride-to-be, Miss June Castleton, dancer with the "Follies." Cas
well is now the husband of Jessie Reed, star of the "Follies." who
s suing for divorce. Caswell met Miss Castleton at a midnight sup
per party, and she proved to ba such a good cook he dined often with
her. As soon as the divorce is granted he will marry the woman
who charmed him "with a well-cooked meal."
BRINGING UP FATHER
Viscount Northcliffe, formerly
Alfred Harmsworth, owner or
many of England's largest news
papers. Is ill lh Switzerland and
has been ordered to take a com
plete rest. Reports in London con
cerping his health are alarming
Meanwhile, he has been sued by
two of his own directors for al
Ieged libel.
Blindness Led Attorney
to Great Career.
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John D. W. Bodfish, one of the
foremost attorneys in Massachu
setts and candidate for Attorney
General, met with an accident
when a young man that blinded
him. He gave up the principal
ship of z school and retired to a
lonely Cape Cod farm, where he
studied law alone and became a
leading lawyer.
Serbian Prince Accused
of Poison Pen.
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Photograph shows King Alexander of Serbia with his bride, the
former Princess Marie of Rumania, as they drove to the races after
their wedding in Belgrade.
TO USE RADIO IN PSYCHIC EXPERIMENTS
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Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, author and psychic investigator, U
shown learing the intricacies of the radio telephone from Mr. F. D.
Waller at Atlantic City, N. J. Sir Arthur became bo enthusiastic
he ordered an elaborate set tor Installation in his English home and
believes it may aid him in his psychic experiments.
TWIN GRADUATES AT ANNAPOLIS-WEST
POINT.
i rince George of Serbia, son of
the late King Peter and elder
brother of King Alexander of
Jugo-Slavia, has been accused by
M. Pachitch, Jugo-Slavian Prem
ier, of writing menacing letters.
The premier asked the French
government to restrain him, as he
has been living in Paris for years,
having renounced his rights to
throne in 1909. One view is that
he is a member of the Serbian
"Black Hand," which is credited
with conspiring against the
"White Hand," which favors King
Alexander.
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One of the most remarkable instances of twins graduating the
same year is the case of Alfred E. Kastner nd his twin brother, Albert
V. Kastner, sons of Colonel and Mrs. Joseph Kastner, of New York
City. Albert graduated at the U. S. Naval Academy at Annapolis
with high honors, while Alfred graduated at the TJ. a Military Acad
emy at West Point, standing equally high In his clasa.
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