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THE DATLY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, QBEUUN, SATURDAY, JULY 22, 1916.
MUSIC ENHANCES THE POWER OF "THE BIRTH OF A NATION
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Grand Opera House, Starting Monday Matinee, July 24th
Allied Governments May
Yet Act Toward Poland
By William Philip Sims.
(IJiiihni I'ri'Hn .Stuff ('nrrpninii(lriit. '
i'otrygrud, July 22. It vrns leiimeJ
hen tixhiy tluit iinxsin. KiikIuihI mid '
Frncp, niny aooii Imui' n ,jiiit tntt
wont dearly viitlinini; tli iVllii-a' iwni-'
lion rognnlinj I'oln tul " uutunoniy. Thin
wiiiiiii iloiu' at KuHfiii invitation.
The Toll's ln'IK'Vi) t lit) Allit'H Imvc ninili
thmnni'lvcn tin' ilmnipii'tis of rii;lit
g!iinnt iiiialit, wciik tisjuiiist stroll;, of
einnll nntioti n;uinst liirii om'.
An iirtli'lc tilxMit this uiattrr liy (Inn
nnrdino Mi-ti.'tliikov just lu-cii puli-
iinhH hi-rt' in the '"Novoo Vrotnin." It;
' i Hitfiiit'H'iui t lioi-.uiHi1 the n ritor lum '
, boon mnymiatlii'tir towards thi l'oli's"
aspirations, Ijooauso lio fiOquoiitly re
fleets Oiinion in the higher tiureiuiern
tic circles of Hussia.
lieeently, in !S it.erlaiul, ti nr(,11l f
Holes drew up n memorial iiiiim Kus
sin to take the initiative nith tin' Kn
tente Powers and eoui'liido. nn agree
nient ttlieivliy upon the coiii'liision of
victorious war tin kingdom of Poland
should be united, autonomous in her
administration, church, education, jus
tice, finance, coniniuuiialioiis nnd legis
lation but with customs, foreign rela
tions and army under the control of
Uussiu. Meiishikov expressed his ap
proval of this idea. In addition he
"The question arises as to whether caused widespread comment and con
it. is not now the very time to define jecture, the publicist declared that while
the future autonomy of Poland by way this step should have been taken long
of an international agreement between ago it is not too late now.
Kussia and the Allies. Admitting that He indicates that it is particularly
a formal act of this nature would bo important that both allies and neutrals
somewhat belated, it would et Ml be .should be reassured in regards to Kus-
very opportune just now.
: sin's aims and that it should be made
iti... ...... ....iL.. ni.i i clear that Bhe is fiahtine a war of lib-
sible only alter the recouquest of all eration of small peoples, not one of op
thc 1'olis'h lauds, and it, .would be most j ptession. I
profitable just now for us to make it firot vi H I
clear that our purpose in reconquest is Her First Victim,
one which all can understand and with I.ossie, aged two and a fraction, but
I with which all could sympathize. precocious in all feminine arts, was
"A guarantee on the part of the dimiovcred by her mother standing on
powers allied with us would not only!l clnir hffon the mirror am, bniililing
! nllav the anxiety ot the l'oles and deli-' i
iver them from a state of tortuing un-!,ier h'"r nccord.ng to a fashion of her
! certainty, but it would relieve our own own dcvisijig with a coquettish and
! minds and those of our allies. One provocative sweep to one side. As her
pint, at least, of the future relations mother entered unnoticed by the intent
! between Kussia nnd the West would be! artist, she heard the minx remark to
! thoroughly elucidated." . ! herself with complacency, "Daddy will
I lu concluding his article, which hnsiki-ss me now." N. Y. Post. )
New York Moose Resent
Fuse with Democrats
Syracuse, N. Y., July 22. The Netr
York progressive state committee may
yet bolt the "Perkins program" to
endorse Hughes for president and
Charles S. Whitman for governor and
make plans to fuse with the democrats
on state and national tickets this fall,
at its meeting here today.
There have been many indications
among the progressive clubs in New
York City and in the organization
throughout the state that licorge W.
Perkins' so-called "delivery" of the
progressives to the republicans at Chi
cago and the proposed "delivery" of
them to Whitman here today may not
The democratic conference, or sort of
I unofficial state couveutiou which will
j be held at Saratoga early in August is
expected to number many prominent
New York progressives among its visit
ors, if not among its members.
Comity Chairman James J. C) 'Council
; and Bainbridge Colby, of New York
City, are here to lead today's fight
against the endorsement of Hughes and
Whitmun. The fight in favor of eudors
; iig the pair will be led todnv bv George
W. Perkins, William H. Hot.hhiss.
: William Hamlin Ohikls, and Horace
I Wilkinson. The meeting is expected to
be one of the liveliest political fights
New York has seen in many a day.
Miould the Moose fuse with the demo
crats on a state ticket this fall, it is
not considered unlikely that they will
have as a candidate fof .Governor Judge
Samuel Seabury of the court of appeals.
This is problematical and purely specu
i lntive at this early date, however, of
An Avalanche of Beauty ' '
j New- York, July 22. There were twtf
or three limousine-conveyed nspiranti
; for stage honors mong SflO girls apply
iug today at the Shubert theatre for
chorus girl jobs. Moved by the ud'
! precedented dearth of experienced chor
jus girls, the shubcrt management had
I advertised for "untried" and "young
talent" and was very we'll satisfied.
The girls who came in limousines were,
I some of them, from prominent families
: who wanted a thrill as members of tBb
chorus or seriously desired an entranco
i to the drama,
! Advertisement did not add that pul
' chritudinous girls were needed but th
press agent of the theatre is authority
for the assertion that the eharge of th
,'luO was some avalanche of beauty.
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