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EH ID LIGHT WINES C
Mi Mm nTHFD nmrc n
-Attorney General Palmer Re
iterates Warning of Prose
cution, But Vagueness of
the Law Prohibits.
xrNTr Y?1'H' July Practically every saloon and bar
in New York Pltv nnonorl tnAnr fU o rr- i.
, ,. , wuuf iur viic tue ux 6, i u percent
beer and light wines, according to the Retail Liquor'Deal-t-rs
Association and the Hotel Men's Association. A few
I T i, e Kuae ona sincy son drink basis, having in
stalled huge soda fountains.
rearm end city officials bed issued
Baltimore, H July
Jmlpi John C. Ruse of tiio
led Ktutcs distrift coiivl,
uflciiiuou, sustaini'il tiio
muricr of tho Standard lirmv
iiift fompnny of this city, lo tlie
indiclniriit liy the I'uitcd Stattni
goviTtimeni Ju tlw .nittiHifnetajo
of "."5 jr t Pnt buei.
Tli ilwiHioii may wean ten
liiiuation of the rale of i.7o )mt
font beer, m Attorney General
f'Hliner gtnted in would list on
the Baltimore ease,
This decision in on the ono
le.lf of i per cent beer, birt
it virtually means .75 per tent
beer, as Judgo Bone Uus put up
to the govemmeiitto say what
is intoxicating and what is not.
inl ructions for prosecution of violators
of war time prohibition, but interpreta
tion of this law was so liberal and var
ied that there was some confusion reg
arlipi,r its eiiforeemeat. I'p to iliortiy
before noon no arrests had bcea made,.
Law Too Confusing,
New York, July 1. Exemption of
2.73 per cent beer from provisions of
the war timo prohibition law, which
wciil into effect at midnight, l.a icsult
ed iu considerable confusion throughout
fin country, it was indicated in repirts
received here today.
Many dealers, on their own initiative,
sought to include exemption of "light
wines." There were varied ii.teipnta
tious of what con.'tituted this class of
beverage, the New Yolk police applying
the term to port and sherry.
The New York Retail Liquor Iteaiers
BATTLE ARE COMPLETE
By H. l. -Hamilton
(Paited Press staff correapondent)
Toledo, (h!o, July !. Arrangements
H bcin finn'.lv ennudetrd for the
.world "hM-npionship bout Priday af
teruoou between Jei V.'illard aud Jack
Tho tf.itcs to the big arena will lie
thrown peu to -bleacher putrons in the
ln' section about V a. m. Many huti
!dredi of soat in this section have al
ready beeu told, but thev are not re
served. .Most of them will b? ou sale
at the gates.
At IU VI oe It the first preliminarv
wil! .start, if plan? now ma.'.e (by the
Toledn Athletic club are carried out. A
constant array of fichters will nw
ihrouifh the ring from then on until
time for the main boat in Blurt n.
set for 3 p. m. . f '
It is not believed probable here that
the big bout caii be started on time,
'but A. tj. Thaeker, president of the
('lull, nlailS to llOlth hla nrmni.im..t.
aeeoriling to schedule.
BABY PARADE DRAWS
SCORE OF ENTRIES
Changes Made In Prize List
Previously Announced By
(('ontdmtcd on page two)
ABE MAE TIN
aJ .'V . v au. n v-'j. j-i'.'-s .f
J, lit m - s r
Meglst rations for tho great baby pa
rade for -tlie inoriiiiig of July 4, are
coming in rapidly and judging from
tho interest already taken, the parade
will "be one of the big features of the
national celebration in s,.!..m ti..
first baby to be registered was by ilrs.
t y II (X' : "
y .. . '.icmeyer.
Hevera! changes have been made in
prizes offered. The committee in charge
ef the contest have eorrr.el.wl to nL
ClSfS A tO include thd he.t Ant.ymtA
vehicle drawn bv a imv n,
the Dnzes will lll T All fnr fh .f;.t
and $ for the second award. .
The prizes have been raised in class
1). for the .beat white fnirtlK-
years. To correspond with the awards
of other fatniiii ttm t'turn
, ., v .i t 7 iiu
i"beea placed for 7.50 for first and $5
Cluss II has been nin,tn 1
"best decorated tricvele bv Birl rider
under It) years." In another classifi
cation, the same is offered to hovn
Class O will none i-ili,t "K.,t ,l..',..i
cd perantbuiator, first prize ij, second
A, svymany boys and girls tinder the
jap of ten years arc ripen bicycle
fridcCS. till Ci!nr..ilnrt ,l.i.lJ l,t
I ' 1 1 1 v t u uttiui u uus iiiorii
ine to add to the list alieadv given
out, pris of i." and 3 for the best
decorated nc!e ridden by cither boy
1EHS Will OPEN
Program Of Entertainment For
apassii War Heroes Is
The Spanish War Vetetaa it to fiir-
ure largely ia this week of celebra
tions according ta plana formulated bv
the committee on arrangements. It is
expected that not les than 200 dele
gate! from all parts of the state will
.be ia Salom, for the two day encamp
ment which bog-ins at 10:30 tomorrow
morning. In addition tn II,,.
routiae of businesa, there will i
grand uowrtunitv for th
oi geniaiituw, making new acquaint
ances and AWAlRttintr r-rni Tl, mam.
bly will bn convened in th bouse of
representative!- at the capitol building
miiure vnera win da tiiirnsn hv ii.tv.
crnor. Olcott, Mayor Wilson and offi.
cers oi iae veteran a association.
fttste Insuranco Commissioner Har
vey WelU, as commander of the vet
eran s asKoeistion un rurmu a nil
program covering the two days Wednes
uay ami inursitay, which is as follows:
AsscmJily 10:3i) a m,
".Star iHpangled Jtsnnar"
Praver bv I ),. -,n ,t n,. f'l.nrtlnir,
smith: ' '
Introdueinur Hon. Ben W m,..,tt
governor of Oregon.
Kesi),)ll,' OoluradA F.lmar r.nn.ll..
of Scout Young camp, Portland.
Introducing Hon. Otto Wilson may
or of the city of rialein.
Response i.stella Wand, department
pri-s.ucnt ausuiaiy or Oregon. -Adjournment
of .joint meeting of
both departments. "
Official opening of tha 11th annual
convention of Uuitad Hpaaiali War
'Continued oa pag three)
Wilson Expected To Open
Speech In New York City
PLAFi TO BOLSTER
immu ijVi,wlktuuu fl Ltl I lag
Holes la rYeMsi&a
DEFINITION IS NEEDED
IVets" Insist Stales Must Rat
Washington, July 1. (t'nited Press.)
Lax enforcement of war time ln-ohi
bition will mean the hasty enactment of
strict enforcement legislation nroliibi
tion leaders in congresstodny said.
the ilrys, headed bv ( haniM..n Vol
stouil, of the judiciary commit loo, will
press the cnforccrtieiit bill emlv next
week, asking for a special ru! ;o timt
it may be considered.
luo uiuiiirent contuRion o.-ev en
forcenieiit of war time prohibition
snows the tieccl of more legmutioo,"
Volstead said, '-and w!U the la-i dry
majority iu congress, I am sure this eau
De readily ainiroved. ' What eotuiess
must do as soeeililv as txumililu ia tn
define 'intoxicating linuor' and 1,1 event
all this litigation that may defeat the
purpose of prohibition. Every state
that has Drohibition laws has i.ir-eeH
upon the minimum amount of alcohol
tnat muKes liquor intoxicatiug one
half of one ner cent."
Dry nlans mav be dftlnved. bowouAr
duo to insistence of soma prcliibitious
in the judiciary committee ou co'iplmg
war time enforcement and constitutioa
al enforcement legislation in tho same
measure. The drastic provisions ot tHi
co: wtitutional enforcement measure niBf
long debate with many efforts
Washington. Julv 1. Presi.'ni t Vlt.
son will speak in New York immediate
ly after his arrival there, it wa. teamed
at the White House today.
It is believed Ms Address nil' rtt'ivk
the beginning' of hia CBimifltirn f,,p ridi-
rication or the league of nations .and cause a
the peaco treaty. However, it ij not for amendment.
considered likely he will civo am vital i "Wets'' mi the iuduluiv nr.!,,.-.!!!..
information ou the peace ;oi,frt uce ac- in filing their objections tn tiu report
comjiiisniiienis, sueu as no is expccieu or lhairinan Volstead, made ycsteiday
to give the senate when he uppears be- say they will insist that congress has
fx it- I no right to define "intoxicating
lentulive plans for tlie presneiit v. ro lnpior." They also plan to insist oa
cention in New York are in the hinds : concurrent ratificntioa of nrcbibltina
of a committee consisting of Termer 'enforcement leL'islatiou by each atnte
Secretary of the Treasury McAdoo, Ooy before it can be put into effect there
ernor Smith of New York, Mayor llvian ii
of New York t'lty and rederi-.l Judgi
Martin T. Manton.'
(Contiaaed en page ttirea)
No Chance For Dempsey to
Go Into Ring As a Favorite
Over Champion Says Critic
11 PilOit'E ME
jFia EsJrcd Service Men Of
Pacific Company Walk
rrtlfL Or.. Ji iiu...:..ai
- -v -'vv ki iini
watker. of the state of Oregoa jo'nedl
te atnko of Portland telephvna ouora-
tort this morning.
Officialt of the Brotherhood tf Kiee
triee Workers her say th
wil! inoir. th entire state memtjer
ship of 400 men who have beoa em
ployed hv tll Pa..ll. ir.l..r .
. . - ...t.t iinpuoue as
Telegraph eompany. live hundred mm.
bera of the brotherhood, whn
"ptoy of eleotrical companies, re not
The workers of tha Pvii...j .
atioa voted last night to quit and reu
reaentativea of th br.rfh.rh,., .i. i
OUt tk. al.f. .u ...T,-" '"'
similar action at a
esa,oa which waa held here this mora-
faioa leaders claim all repair work la
Oregon will be tied up.
Officials of the Pacific Telephone &
leiegraph company told the United
1 rca. that only five of the eight work
ers in the plant of tho tolls wire enlef
struck, and that they wili h. .1.!..
maintain service for "the press iissoeia-
""""i ""ow 'eased wires are tianaled
by the telephone company.
Total Extent of Damage Over
Northern Part of Country
tion Is Severed.
Rome, June 30.The earthquake which shook north
ern Italy yesterday continued until early today.
r-n?c?res of Persons were kad and hundreds injured.
With the resumption of communication, it was expected
the casualty lint wnnlrl i
.. 1. ."v.t, iiuniuci uj. viiutgt;j
were razed and at least twenty were partially in ruins.
Forty persons wcro dead t Vicciaio. .i that in h. M.,.i. ri, s
which was almost wiped out. Miraiond; fasm.lt ies and lieht damaae wtre it
The -Hslem linemen and !.. tn.ai
workers of the li,r.if! ti..i.. a.
I .. I u.. in ..1. t.A... J! . n It.I W. Vlnri Mn I n t..n t I) I .
nmpnT, live strong, went- . . 7 , mlw F"rl ul "'"iporteii until comimiuicatio.t wa
on strike this morning following 'a vote
takes last night. Linemen at Albany
and Eugene are also out.
toinpaiiy officials here stated this
nnmt 1K.1 ll.At, 1 - .
..-w,. tunttn.-j im.ru ii no lntermp-i '
tion in their usual service and !lr troyed
tnat hoth local and long distance mes-
aiges were Iietiig- handled as usual.
School teachers are scarce in Ma
rion county. Althmiuti
salary u now 7."1 a mnnlli !l
that a number of teachers have taken
up other employment and others nre
not leaching this year but are takinz
up study at Monmouth normal school.
population uuricd under the ruina
Heuvy casualties are bolievcd ta have
occurred there, but no accurata catl
mato is possible yet. '
At Olmi scores Of houses wera da-
establisluHl, when the extent of the ills
aster revealed itself.
Yesterday's shock was loir tii;nr..h-
out Homagnn, especially at CiviKUa,
where lOt'O persons are homc!tj. Iw
t-r . . . . . 1 i,uiiHus fc-imun are cMiitping ui R
cmrucv on was great at waiiftatti Hunt,, Sofia. Military motor traria
and ( sng! a,a numborofperaoii.bilng;w,.1.P hurrying up tents, food ai.pp.Hi4
buried in the latter town. jHI,a mrjti,,, ,,.,,. to , oldwVo aA
I orence, where the earthquake was Hun l'ietro, where tlm damage waa e.ior
fust felt, was among the ciUta report- i mens.
ing vlTlTt n. . tt . ( TU 'tliquake also wns felt ia la-
Extent of Damage Uptown. where it slightly damage,, the Hia
Only mengro news was being rtcoA-cd radi ,,ftlu,.
today, owing to tha dialucahon. of com-, J " ,
muiiicntion fucilities, but it w. s recall-1 (Coatloned on na. twnV
EVER YTHING 'HEP'
FOR VICTORY FETE
Elected Goddess of Liberty
Salens On Edge For Opesmi
Of Big Ceiebratbu On
It is not necc!irsr tn hrtn t... I
1 : . .. " 1
SkiB' camel. tiT. I, " "'J ?' 'e youngsters who will
ihud s brother wni .1 ','' rcd for pnzes, to the C'ommer-
watw befOTe he w'L - wjfht ut ,ial elub. The mothers or those who
t ' bey a straw hatf L , ., .
1 (Continued on page three)
RINGSIDE SEATS IN SALEM.
Three thousand mile, from the teen of the Willard Denvpsev la.tle
on July Fourth, S.lem fight fans ,-re going to have the next be tti'J
! r;n-"d;i day m The Capital Journal full leased w.re rcrv
ire from the big arena.
. . 'J H: C- Hi!c,n, the rnited Press ataff of writer, wiU be
jt ir-s 'b!, 11 '"J-iV rl '--ed, spectator, around The
... .. .... u,,e lt Mws wllhlB miautt afte
TJ j ,imt u" "IM' the ring their every
n( blow and step will come inin .i,. j .
to the aaitmg fans red hot.
The fight wiU commence at 1:30 ia tha afteraoos. Salem time
it go the limn will be over ia 4J minuter The Journal bulletin
"M"' 1 k. Oct ahead of the crowd.
By H. 0. Hamilton
( f'nited Press Ktaff ( orre)ondetii.)
Toledo, Ohio, July 1. There U &t a j
liaiCA ittat. Jftr-k DplBtin-T 171II be .
fitvnritii ta the bpttinir whan he enters!
the ring with Jess WiUard Friday
Dempsey is very popular, but It Is
much easier ta find Willard syr5ipat;ilc
cra whn are williair tn back their attoice
with nio'.ef tUn it is to find Dempacy
men of the same ideas. Willard is the
ehamninn. Tht fact eaniiot h, denial.
nor can the trend of betting sediment.
W nlsid ia Toledo ranuen now fr,m I
to 0 favorite U 10 to S. Indii.rtions hei
will enter tlm battle fur his ehiinn'on-'
nliin a 10 ta 7 favorite over the Ltah
7 favorite over the
uompsey oains Backers,
fi ... 1. .. , .. : 1 ii..
last w.ek, largely because of the fftjj
that he has worked hard, wherees bigj
Jess has beea content to so 'ileal very;
A blind man would have no t-onUe hi
telling that the champion is in eond!-j
tion to fight. Whether he is in cradl-i
tion to win is another questioii
j T!,e champion pronounces Hrr.selfj
read- to m throilsrh to Wednesday aft-!
ernooa with his training. Thursday
there will lie ni public appearance or
at least a very rrfuoctory or.s. He
m gj fUhing. He fU thsi he is
Uivl 3 111'JUiCI IV
Will Wb, But Would Not
Witness Big Bailie.
Hi. Lake City, Pfcab, JuJy.
I. (t'nited Press,) Ja.k
Dempaey'a mother hopes he
wins the fight ''for his sake"
but wouldn't cross the street
tn see it she told the Unite!
Press today. Xcyerthelee, she
thinks he will leave the Toldfl
arena as the world 'f champion
Mrs. Cecelia Dempsey, aioth
er of the challenger, live in a
handsome home here, the gift
Of her two fisted sua. Sixty
five and a fine Irish wemaa ot
the old school, Mrs. Dempicy's
idol is William Harrison lomp
cy, known to the srport world
"William is a good boy and
1 want him to win because it
means so much to him," said
Sirs. Dempsey. "I think he
wi'l, too, l,ifan(. he goes af ir
everything in a buiiness like
manner and will do the same
when he f hts Wi'Iard.
" No. I wouldn't go to see the
fight if it was rijjht here ia
Hnl! Lake "
(Continu'd oa page .even) j
AVIATOR SCI1EDUI.ED TO
ARRIVE ON WEDM3DAY
Soller Cuests Are Urged Ta
Register At Ccmserdal
Kterythiuj Is in readinesa for -
lem's coinbined victory eeiibratian and
homecoming welcome to soldier, sailor
and marine veterans, which is ts eoea
Thurxlay and continue on through Pri-
dy and iNitnrday. Fveryone is pnnwit
for the biff event and reinrt from va
rious aioints throughout the valley in
dicate that the city will be raited uposi
to entertain a number of guest that
will tax acconimodatiorui to the ut
Alu'iidv more than 1?" ao.Jir Lota
hnvQ registered st the Salem Ooxiitcr
eial rlub for the great homc-eossi.C
event beginning Thurslay evening witll
the rmblie recpintion at MartflB Knuavn.
jwhen the boy. will be givea the freer
doui of the city by state acd city eifi-
Mm MAROA KKT WHITB
Wilt i.ritai aa IKa lt. .t 1 .1 Aw...u ... .L. t v.. . . , .
i , m-nT iwr nip grens rourin or .isiiv
ceWiralioi in falcra and for the home coming to the boys duly 3, 4 and 5. '
With three contestants In the fi IH fw tl, fcr.n,.. ,.,1 !,. ..,:.,
clow, Miss White waa declared the vi etnr last evening with a vote of 13,
11. hi is Leona Dunham and Miss Al ta Johnson ran a close .croud and third
and will serve as maid of honor with the Ooddess.
Miss White, ho is quite popular with the younger social act ia Salem,
is with the Htate Industrial Accident commission at the state house.
A'caiding to the cutom established years ago when queens were elect
ed fr the ,"herry fairs, the money received from the voting contest will be
spent ii properly costuming the young lady who will terve as queen of the
day, and also her two maids of honor.
As Ooddesa of LHwrtv. Miss White will nr.,;,i at .it .i-t ...t -ww.t.1
function during the three d?s' celebration. Hhe is a daughter of Mrs,
l!at White, Mouth Church ttrcr t.
Continued oa page tight)
Attempt To Repeal Postal
Zone System Is Prefidd
Washington, Ju'y 1. (United Pressv)
Aa attempt to push through coi j,ej
legislation for the repeal of the roe
vstem ef rewr!r and mirin -
tr.ge rates will be made soon aftev tha
fourth of July hnlidavs, Republican
leader Mondell said today.
That republicans will i"oit the re
peal is indicated by the fact that Ma
di II introduced the repealing bill a4
will personally Brgi- action on it be'owt
the house wars and mi ars rnuia.it'ra.
'With th return of the me tr Bos-
tase rates on first class matte; tiUy,
'we beiieve that the objcctioBiibbf
' (rstrsn for second cla.ia ina't. r tiru!4
be dicrded," Stcu' tl 5;imI, . .