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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. SALEM, OREGON. SATURDAY. JUNE 7. 1019.
TOO SLOVSAYS BOXER
Jack McAuIiffe Of Opinion
Dempsey's Punch loo -Fast
By H. C. Hamilton
(Cnited Press Staff Correspoudi.it.)
-.Nf Yoik, June 7. -'I don't briievo
Jess WiUurd ' thinker is fust enough
to bow Jack Dempsey ' puncher."
! Jack McAulit'fe, former lightweight
Sunday vMond ay Tuesday
j 0 ji j
B (ten - r-i i yf TW i j
vj i n (t i rJx i ij
J NORMA V- .
1 THC I
AT HER BEST IN -
"The Safety Curtain"
. . SIX PARTS -"A
CHRISTIE COMEDY, TOO!"
W't "jiff j j T wv'vff.yryagffiyr
1 111! champion, thus sized up the approach-
2 '"K Willard Dempsey mill for tne Uni
ted f ress today.
McAuliffe, who never had a defeat j
recorded against him in his day as
champion, dor In red he had made a close I
study of both iriucipals in the coming I
contest, but added that he had seen
neither man since they began training!
and did not feel oiiipeteut to pass, final 1
"1 read a lot in the papers about Wil- j
lard 'a height and reach and Deiuysey's
comparative smallness," ho said. "1'eo-!
plo are wondering apparently 'ii a good
nttie uian can uett a good Dig wan.
But how do we know Willard ig a good
big niaut lie never has proved it to
"Dempsey is a self-starter. Willard
has to bo cranked. fciuiue one hug to hit i
him and hurt hini aud make hiiu mad.
l! "It is & panther-bear fight. Willard
is an active beHr, but Dempsey, as tuej
panther is wore active. 1
1 "At some time iu every champion V
life he wonders, to himself if he really 1
tan be beaten. It struck me once. I'
jsaw it strike John L. Vullivan once '
just before Jim Corbett beat him. !
I "Willard has gone through the iniu-
ore Dempsey is coming up. Chances j
arc the thought has struck W'illarti. If
it has it will make his pause. The ring
hesitntor is lost before he smells rostn.
" Willard, might win and then I'd
jlook bad. I'll have something more to
say about this fight after I've seen the
men work in training."
CONTINUOUS SHOW SUNDAY
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Two Vacancies In Polk
tety Offices Riled
Dallas, Ore., June 6. The Folk coun
ty court in its regular monthly session
tliis week wero called upon to fill the
vacancies of two county offices made
vacant by the rscignntion of the offi
cials within the past two weeks. Kchool
Superintendent Fred 8. Crowley hand
ed in his resignation a week ago, ttie
same to take effect on September first
when he will leave for eastern Oregon
where he has accepted a position in
the public schools of Frairie City. Mr.
Crowley's resignation ' was . accepted
and Hchool Supervisor Josiah Wills;
(3Q7 .and mojj ponaiuoo)
signs of the magic touch of gen i in.. The
concessions the bolshevigi are making
in their principles and the readjust
ments of their aims are indicative that
their objectives were not divinely In
spired. The bolshevik i have awakened the
Russian people intellectually ami ave
taught an enormous number to read and
write, in order to spreuil their propa-
They have sopneutod the state
was named superintendent by the court.
The resignation of Carl 3. Graves as
county assessor caused quite a little
surprise to his many friends in this
city. Mr. Graves asked the court to
releaso him immediately as his bust aniida
neaj interests in the Graves Canning; frnm the church and eliminated attend-
company of Sheridan operated by his Lt aull8l.g- jn the other hiuul, tney
Portland Went Wild
Over This Picture.
That Fellow With the Large
Black Rimmed Specks in
APOLLO CLUB CONCERT
. a m i i
I varica lemperamenrs ana or onngmg
out the ultimate capacity of the 3U
singers. The finer qualities of the
voices wero well brought out in the
passionate and romantic numbers, such
as tho "Forsaken" of Koschnt, and
brother Roy Graves and himself need
ed his entire attention. Fred J. Holman
deputy assessor in the office for the
past three years was appointed by the
court' t fill out the unexpired term.
Mr. Hobnail is familiar with tho work
in the office and hi selection is meet
ing with general satisfaction among
the taxpayers. i - .
BUY IN SALEM ALWAYS
Last Time Tonight
have set up a politicul dirtaloiship
which abolishes liberty and teils the
Russian what ho must think, paternal
ly regulatiug every phai-c of every day
lifo until individuality is practically ex
Bolshevik Russia- is misunderstood in
the outside world. Reports of atrocitm
originating nsualy from ts enemies
such as annihilation of entire vinages
and nationalization of women urc un
true and unfair. Bolshevism, without
exaggeration, is sufficiently intolerable
for liberty lovitHt peoples to reudlr it
impossible in nations enjoying healthy
social, economic and political life. It is
not a disease which nations catch as the
result of agitation and propaganda.
Russia is suffering as the natural re
sult of internal rottenness. The bol
sheviki aro experimenting with a cure
and so far have not delivered the light
PROBE FOR LEAK
(Continued from page one)
Packed House Greets Vocal
a vnit amount of patient and cn:nt'u
drill, both on the part of director and
singers, and its addition to the cultnro
anil prestige of Fulciu cannot be t'
highly uppreciatod.lt is more thun an tig
gregution of voices following a baton:
it litis develoijed an ensemble inusic:l
''More and Moro" by Hoifort. On thej.i,,. i..,,.,. i, i.uIk.i most i instinct and intuition that enables tho
other hand, the chorus reached the ut-. ,trnKy t her audience, who denium led 'artist behind the baton to tiwM it
ttons in a wny that was both musical
ly pleasing uitd laughable.
Miss Until Johns, as ilie soloist of the
evening, delighted her hearers with a
series of selections, including both
operatic numbers and the simpler love
songs of 1chiimn, (ioetn and Halter. In
t of its volume and dramatic force j r,.pl.Kt,,j rPiurna to the etnge. Hhe has
-r-ong or me vising ami in ut , voi,,e 0 lllre BW1.etnes and with
'Lost Chord" of Sullivan, tins oid!niuoh IiroinNe for futre development
favorite, interpreted by unector iodd Mw,h wa, Contriluted to tho beauty
in a manner that brought out not only I gn(l fiui(lh o( ,hfl j,ril(;ram by Miss
the finest degree of expfcssiun but the i jj,,rni,.e i turk. with her piano aecoin
spiritual quality of the composition. A liment whi(,h WM ot the most uleai-
I finer rendition was never heard in ra j,, , al,, by Mis, Ev,.iyU l)t,ui;
Facing an audience that packed the j lom, and its effectiveness was height-. wj10. jlrei dotl at the organ,
building to tho roof expectant, critic-, encd by the violins, 'cello and organ, j A,i(ie fr0TO tho mwie 0f t),e ,ven.
al, but en rapport, the Halem Apollo The delight of the audience demanded i touch of beauty and of sylvan
Club sang last night'to meet the de-. repetition. suggestion was attached to the event
mand they- thmnsvea have created The fun of the evening wa provld-k th(, flora, Horatio,, of the stage
for the superlutive in music. It would' ed by tho relicking marching snngf()e illln(iwri, 0f th0 flower-artist
be overworking commendation to say"The Mulligan Musketeer" with ts;p jj ( i8ncy. A specinlly striking fca
that this last concert of the season J comical imitation of a brass band, n(1 : t,'ire was tho' hanging baskets of flow
surpassed its prcdeccsors; it was siin jby tho 'Vocal Combat" in which tocr) . Brt,cnety IUspeuded over the
A Highly Interesting Picture
Premier Lloyd-George and Premier
Clemeuceau in au effort to draw up
terms to which it was possible for Ger
ninny to subscribe or which could be
enforced by the allies. Tho fight leach
ed its climax in Mareh. It is now pos
sible to state that the conditions orig
inally proposed by the British ana
French underwent drnctic modifications
in that month, but even after remodel-
in the treaty was so severe that tut.
" . . . -a .1.. f h
British and even some oi mc iirm
delegntes now agree it is impossible to
! carry them out. The president, avcorci-
ing to his associates, finally agreed to
!the treatr in its present fo'm in the
belief that the effort to put it into
1 execution would soon reveal it was im-
possible of realisation, even if the Ger
man, accented it. Shifting of the po-
Miiirl nidifltion In Great Britain has
I bow given him an unexpected ally in
, Lloyd Georce.
i Becrocy Is Opposed.
Nevertheless, the eutiie American
delegation is not in syiiiratjiy with
withholding the ful! text of the treaty,
inasmuch as photographic copies are on
sale in three languages in Germany,
Switzerland, Holland -and Heandinavia.
Attacks such as that made by rienator
Udge are not regarded at surpnsing by
some of the American delegates, wile
say there is bo reason why the treaty
should not be given out and thl.t such
attacks are embarrassing. It is point
ed out that while the big four might
have had numerous reasons for with
holding the text, it has now been so
; widely published beyond their eontrol
! that it is useless to keep it from the
! American public.
i i i i
FRUIT AND BERRY
(Continued from Page 1.)
ply up to the standard of excellence
that ilirector John rood nas estuiiiisn
ed for this group of singers that they
shall sing in the spirit of the immortal
god whose name they bear. Individual
taste may differ as to the mnkc-np of
a program, but there could be nothing
less than unanimity of opinion as to
the rendition of last evenings program,
which had been selected by Director
Todd with the double aim of pleasing
popular melodies were rendered slru
ultaneously by the bass and tenor sec-
crs and greenery suspended
The Apollo Club concert represents
speak both dramatically and spiritually.
The Club has now an associate mem
bership of about 3o0. Its ncthe mem
bers uro na follows: Ilorac.o N. Aiuricii,
Y. H. Barton,' Edward Boas, Hiram V.
Bross, W. 11. Burghadt, Jr., Kieil C.ul
Everett H. Craven, Friink U. iJerlo
bii.li, Frank K. BcWitt, C. K. Uoila.,
K. I). El.son, Albert II. Uile, Adoipu A.
Uiit'ffroy, J. Frank Hughes, John !).
Humphrey, H. K. Iugrey, Walter' T.
Jenks, Rulidi R. Jones. IHuin l,i.Hgi'ii
bcrg, Ivan O. Martin, Lyman ilclon
uld, Williuni McGilchrist, Jr.,'j. 11. Mer
ria in, Albert R. Miller, J. I. Kmart, lii. h.
ard II. Robertson, Claude H. Hteveiison,
Howard 0. Htover, John W. Todd, C. II.
Webb and I-owell I. Will, . ' ,
'Onr plans contemplate merging all
the present growers' associations in
i Western Oregon" said Mr. I'snlns. "It
is also expected thst the unorganized
apple and walnut grower mill become
i identified with the move thereby snar
ling in the costs of picking houses at
present available and those to be
' erected. By (his ('an it is estimated
'there will be saved in the way of pre
senting duplication bt warebut a.
t least from 7.'io."0 to 1.( 0'i () I j
(the northwestern brry "d fruit inter
As an example of too much duplica
tion in warehouses, Mr. Faiilus refers
to Roseburg where there are thrco pack
ing houses with three sets of managers,
three sets of overhead expenses nnd
three sets of depreciation, taxes and
insurance. All the Roseburg business
could be handled in one big warehouse,
thus effecting a big saving to the in
terests in that section.
It is estimated by Mr. Baulus and
others familiar with conditions thut if
crops are normal next year, business
should run from $4,000,000, to 5,0()0,
000, or more, for a central northwest
em association. The plan for organiza
tion to be discussed at the meeting
Monday includes one central office for
the organization with one centralized
control of all sales, thereby eliminat
ing overhead managements and sales
costs for the 15 or 20 associations
swhich are necessary under present con
The Oregon Labels.
''It has been shown in California,
the most organized state in the coun
try, that local organizations are not for
the best," Mr. l'aulua said. "This is
owing to the fact that large Interests
can seriously interfere hi ill small un
ions, often embarrassing these smaller
'organizations Hid sometimes putting
Ihem out of business.
'Vo plan that grower are to put
out on Oregon label and place all goods
on the market as Oregon product
thereby advertising Oregon and giving
'the state credit for its suerior pro
ducts." "It is also intended that the mil
lions of dollars now being taken out
of the state by California canning and
nackins? interests, shall be saved to
the Oregon growers and left in the in
During the past few years, Mr. Paul
tis has beertmc a leading factor in the
fruit and berry interests of the north
west. Besides being at present man
ager of the Halem Fruit I'nion, mak
ing a remarkable recotd last year, and
president of the Halem Commercial club
lie has the following imjHirtiint ap
jointments: (secretary of the Northwest
Dried Fruit Peckers Association; mem
her of the Board of Trustees of the
Northwest Fruit Growers sgency of
Hpokane; member of the Advisory
Board of the Fruit Growers Associa
tion nf Hpoliane. Chairman of t?i com
mittee of Horticulture of the Oregon
Hate Chamber f Commerce snd litem
ber nf the Board of Trustees of the
Northwest Walnut Growers Association.
He formerly president of the Ore
g..n Mate Horticultural Hocicty.
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