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SALEM, OREGON, THURSDAY, JULY 3, 1910.
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Pick Dempsey to Win, But
Willard Money Strong
By H.C. Hamilton
(United Press Staff Correspondent)
Toledo, Ohio, July 3. Almost over with their stren
uous training in preparation for- the big fight, the pugil
ists on whom the eyes of the sporting world are centered,
marked time today
JOURNAL TIGHT BULLETINS
Th Capital Journal full
leased wire bulletius of the
Willard Dempsey fight, direct
from the ringside, will be i-
sued from the Journal office
throughout the big fray, begin-
ninjr at 1 o'clock Friday after-
noon. The announcements,
round by round as the fight
progresses, will be made by
megaphone, and the full story
of the battle will be earried by
the Journal in its regular eve-
n in ft edition.
Time of .starting the bout was
changed today, when Ad Tluichcr, pres
ident of the Toledo Athletic elub, an
nounced that two preliminaries would
be dispensed with. ,
This will Set the first bout at noon.
Behind the screen doors of the Over
land club, Jack Dempsey, challenger
of Jess Willard, the world's heavy
weight champion; sat cheerfully opti
mistic. - His 245 pound rivnl lolled
about the tun porch of a house In the
best residential district of Toledo.
Dempsey 'a amile was to benm all
over the Overland elub today. He had
planned nothing. He is merely wailing
for the tap of the gong that" will send
liiin into the greatest victoiy ever
wored in pugilism or into a defeat of
Tast Tight Predicted
W'illar will 'take a motor ride. The
huge champion never has liked the
plaudit of the mullitude ami the ob
session is growing upon him. He wants
solitude and gets it with the hum of
a gasoline motor under his Teet. No
one will be allowed to disturb either
I'efcat to Dempsey means a shatter
ing of that glorious record of knock
oula with which he has lighted his
climb to the glare of the spot light. It
means a new start. I'erknps a champion
ship biter, but a crushed spirit for a
time. To Winard it means that he can
retire from the hateful jrnie of admir
ing and curioug fight faas. Hut it also
means to Willard that the flash of the
dollar will not be so. near.
To each it means a lot. This means
that there will be a fight of gritted
teeth a battle that Achilles and Hee
tor might have envy for.
Preliminaries all Over
The weeks of preparation for the
struggle have ended. Long days, ol
gruelling preparation, hours in the
aim, minutes with sparriag partners
flinging dangerous punches, tiresome
All th, arranment fcr or noaie-tom-in'
relebratiei have been completed, ia
el'iia' th' appointin of a goo-', earnest,
hard workin ei.mmirtee t" take dorrn
th' decorations. "I'm si.ny yur f,tat.
is dry 'cause I had so much t tell
you." said Al TimmoB. as ole tir.-.e,
rerideat, who's vitia' Till -J i-oo's, j
of Ring Game
interviews with curious and inquisitive
folk, bundles of mail from busybodies
and critics, have come to an end.
Today was day of peace in the
cam vi o the heavyweights.
Tomorrow they will start a twelve
round battle for the world's champion
ship in a mammoth arena built for
them y Tex Kickard, the most daring
j promoter the world has ever seen.
Betting Mora Active
lowntown iu Toledo betting became
moro active after a period of laxness
that becamo a deadlock when each side
asked concessions front the other.
History never has recorded a fistic
contest of greater mystery than the
one about to bo fought. People have
worried and wondered about the con
dition of the chaniipton until they
don't 'know what conclusion to reach.
It is because of his age. They are
afraid because of what happened to
Jamea- J. Jeffriea after hi long re
tirement from the ring, apd because
of what Willard, himself did to Jack
Johnson after the big negro's years of
dissipation following his defeat of Jef-
Dopesters Favor Dempsey
Dempsey is a favorite with the dope
s'.ers and the wise money ia being laid
on bim, but every stranger who comes
to town with dollars to iliaek his judg
ment, apparently brings shekel to
pluoe ou Willard. Jess probably will
enter the ring about a 10 to S favorite,
the probable odds of todny.
Dempsey ' popnlnrity forced many
even money bets.
Both men were in superb condition.
Dr. Jo-midi J. Seeuev, official phvsi-
cian of the Toledo Athletic club, ha
Rules of the Toledo Athletic club
will be followed. These duplicate the
Marquis of (ucensbury rules except
that clean -breaks are provided tor.
The referee, Ollie record, will give the
instructions to break, failure to do sj
is punishable by disqualification, as
ia puuchiug in the breaka.
VIOLATED 18 PLEA
Phez Company Says Fruit Un
ion Not Fulfilling Order
Iu the tangled affairs of the lO'ul lo
ganberry situation, the scene ttar shift
ed suaii late last evening whui tnc at
torneys for the Phcx company nppcjred
befoio Judo George G. Iiingh.i'it and
nskel that contempt proceedings be
brought against the Salcra I'.uit L'.iion
for the alleged violation of Ci l isill pro
visions of the injunction Uucd Bat
Ia this order of the court, the 8Jcm
Fruit Union was directed not to il.ter
fere with grower or to give tr.e n any
advice aa to handling their berries and
to also deliver to the Phez eon.pt; uy any
berries that might be delivered to the
Union for the use of the I'bi'i company.
In the affidavit of Frcdcick W.
Schmidt filed last evening, lie alleges
that at 10 o'clock of the miming ei
July 2, 1919, K. II. Dokken attempted
to deliver 41170 pounds of ma.iljc.rien
to the rvilem Fruit Union for the use
of the Phez company, but thai thj Un
ion would riot receive them.
Mr. K.hnii.lt also swears that the
Phez eompcnv offered the Salt in Fruit
Union tlSS.Ut for the berries Mr. Iok
kea had brought ins the price being
based ou three cents a pound, plus 2
cents bonus. That as the Uniot. refused
to accept the berries or the uoney, It
was violating the provisions ef the in
junction of late Saturday.
The officer of the Salem Fri.it Union
have been ordered to appear b:.forc the
court. Judge George G. ringham, next
Monday inorning ct 10-' o'clock tyn
how eaue why thev should lo receive
1.. jal,?rrles to offered.
R-34 NEARS COAST
OF Aim TODAY
British Eligible Flying Above
Fog; Wireless Says
London, July 3, (Vailed Prea.
The British dirigible R 34 was nearly
1300 miles out oa her trans-Atlautic
flight it 9 a. bi. Greeawieli time (5 a.
m. New York) today, the ait ministry
The airship was atiU laying wester
ly course and reported that the wai fly
iug above the fog banks. Her position
at tjiut hour was given as !J.6U north
latitude and 34.30 west longitude.
General Seley announced in the house
of common this afternoon that tho 1 34
was only 835 utiles eat of v.'t. Johns,
X. V., at 6 o'clock this uioruinj, (1 a.
m. New York time).
The R-34, plowing stolidly through
fog baaks iu uiid-Atlautic, was making
slower time than was anticipated when
the last wireless reports were received
from hor, but was expected to reach
America some time tomorrow.
Whea the big dirigible left Kitat For-
ttune yesterday morning she maintained
aped of more than 40 miles an hour
uutil she pluuged into the tou off the
west coast of Ireland. Then her pro
gress was retarded uutil she rose above
the clouds. The latest messages show
ed her making about 35 miles hour
and maintaining an altitude of 1:000
Asked by the East Fortune wirdess
station if he were receivinir .-.uffieieut
weather reports, ' Major Huott, com
"Thanks. We are iu touch vitU Pon
tn Delgada, St. Johns and Clifuen, Ire
Dr. Ansa Howard Shaw,
Women's Suffrage Head,
Is Victim Of Pneumonia
Media, Pa., July 3. Dr. Anna How
ard Shaw honorary president of the
National Voninn 'a Suffrage associa
tion, is dead at her home iu Moylan,
Dr. Shaw was taken ill iu tingfield
111., recently, but partially recovered.
Tuesday an attack of pneumonia oc
curred, to which she succumbed last
Dr. .Shaw was 71 ears old, was chnir
man of the women's committee of the
council of aational defense and recent
ly was awarded the distinguished ser
vice medal for her work during the
Her secretary, Miss Lucy E. Anthony
and lr. (Shaw's two nieces, were at her
bedside at the time of liei death.
Election of Officers
Attention of War
The final and most imports mat-;
er coining before the. annual meeting
of the United Spanish War Vrte.iui
and Auxiliary .re being tnkeu up this
afternoon in join session of th;i two de-
pnrtnient the passage of liL))o,tunt national convention at ban traueiaco
resolutions and the election o.' oflicerbo Inatrueted to endorse no move of
for the coming year. jthat body that would in any way inter
Chief interest in the veterars organ-1 fere with the identity of tht United
i.atiou centers about the state eom-iHpanish War Veterans association. A
niander and the senior vice coii'.mjnder. ' strong sentiment was expressed ia fsvor
For the furiuer office A. T. Woolpert.iof preserving the sancity ot Memorial
of this city, and J. K. Hiockway, of Day, aud a protest was voiced agjinst
Portland hav been named by tho nomi thc subverting of the spirit oi the duy
nr.ting committee, whilo for the utter. to kmii(s and amusements,
office the names of L. W. H.rde, of PatroiUc Co-opertlon Pledged.
Hilnbvro, aud Walter Kddy, of Port-i A firm resolution wts eiuurcd re
land, have been presented. TLe elec ' affirming the stand of the a.oe'ation
tion of theso officers as well as those 'for the spirit of patriotism and fratern
of the auxiliary will take place iate 1 rjy in the association and approving the
this afternoon, to be followed by the 'extension of its activities aad cepera
joint installation which is to ba held in! tion to the veterairs of the world war,
the I. O. O. V. ball. Along with the the O. A. B. and all ttembeis of (Jl da
Imsiness afternoon there is acheduUd a' partinents of military service. This res
" joy ride" for r.11 the visitor to tbe'olution opposed any move to encouiage
various state, i iatitutious. ithe identification of the Bpanisa War
This noruiag 's sessions were entirely j Vetpruns with the veterans of the world
occupied with the discussion of lees-' war, except as to good will and a-sirt-lutions,
one of which, regai Jiu the at-lance.
titude of the Kjianlsh War Vr'.ersns to j Among telegrams received today wc
ward the proposed organirstijo known lone frem William Jones of Washington,
as Veterans of Foreigu Wars, called commander of the national or -.niiuJoi
forth radical differences of opinion. extending greetings and bent wishes
Among the cumber of suck documental
approved was oue coalmining resolutions
of respwt to the late Governor Wiihy
combe. Another expressed apprecia-
tion of the honor conferred upr.n the
association by Governor Olcait; if the
hospitality of the eitUeas of Salem,
aud of the rourtesii extendi i'T the
Pa 'sion Law Discussed. '
A rcwlution was adopted liiniauding
just and liberal interpretation if all
Ir.ws regarding the granting of peaeions'
to veterans of the Spanish r, and
nroiestin airsinst th narrow construe-1
tioa of the act of June. 191. which
contains a elus stipulating ) days of
service oa foreign soil. The re ilutioa
WilHaa HchenzcUern Wi3 A;-
jear Before Tribunal b
London At Early Date, Says
STAND OF HOLLAND ON
Germany Divided Regarding
Punishment Of Former tm
cerorjlilitary Caste Strong
ly Opposed. " v
Loudon, July 8. (United Presa.;
Wilhelm Itoheuilletn, former kaiser
of the German empire, will toou l
tried in London by an allied tribunal,
Premier Lloyd-George announced in
the house of commons this af.crnoa.
This whs the first officiul announce
ment regarding expiation of the ex
kaiser's erimoa against ci.-'.ir.4t,6n
since publication of the peaic. treaty.
It was regarded as removing till dnoM
as to the allies 'Intention to Ining the
"wur lord" to justice.
The trer.tv contains provision for
trial of Wilhelm, as well as all military
and civil officials, for interna' ionsl
crimes, but the impression had prevail
ed in gome quarters that retributing for
the former kaiser might be allowed to
lapse into moral rather than physical
Dutch Attitude Unknown. ,
The attitude of the Dutch govern
menf regarding extradition ol Wilhelm
is now cloudy. Statements by arlous
officials in Holland have aho-.vn nn in
clination aguinst turning liiui over to
any other than the German govern neat,
lint the belief 1ir been expiessed in on
ufficlul circles at The Hague that when
the allies' demand is actually presented
tho Dutch will accede to it-through
fear of nressure from the olli.-v, if for
no other reason.
Unofficial dispatches reported May
(Continued on page three)
furth ,mendn,c..t. to tac
" ." . " , " . ' "
P"" . ' " "'
" wn rcsoiveu u..-K..
Another came from the chambu of com-
merce at Marshfield fcrtiiy endorsing
that city as the next place-of mertlng.
While ao tction was taken on this mat
! ter, it is considered assured tnat Maish-
field will b selected for neit year.
At 0 o'clock last evening (Sire w s
scene of festivity and joviality in the
veterans' apartments in the armory,
when about ISO of the visitoi and oth
er guests wi re seated at flower decked
' tables for the taiiqurt provmtd ijy me
Commercial elub, with Hal llilibard
camp and ladies' auxiliary as hnts.
I)r t.. W. Hvde. of HiMsbnto, ws
'called niioa to act as toastmastcr. He
first called uwn Theo Roth, as one ef
the btding factors in getting up tb
SYIIPATHY 811 TO
FREE TOT FIZZLE
Cticaja Workers Expected To
Issre Call; Opposition
Chicago, July J. Aa official order is
sued fcere today iT F. N. Dowciaian,
secretary of the Chicago Mooney Vt-
feaae League, called upoa Ul woikers
to "dow tools" for four days tart-
ing tomorrow, and to "demand fair and
impartial trials for Thomas J. Mooney
and Warrea K. Billings, now iinpiiaon
ed for life by framed-up teatimony."
It iu indicated that labor generally
would igiore the order.
Milwaukee Be fuses.
Milwaukee, Wis., July 3. Milwaukee
will here bo Mooney strike tomoriow.
To IVderated Trades council, with 150
trades represented, last night voted
against the move. The police are con
fident there will be no "undvr cover"
Seattle Votes No
Seattle, Wash, July 3. The Central
Labor Council, by vote of 70 to 67
last night refused to indorse the five
day strike proposed to start July, to
secure release or new trial ror lorn
The meeting was the scene of the bit
terest and moat decisive test of strength
between so-called radicals and eonser
vatiea that the council has witnessed
since the February general ittiike. Per
sonalities were rife, interrupt tous by
the gullery were frequent, unit the larg
est delegation that has attended a meet
Ing foi months jeered or cheered as
their respective favorites seorod some
point or made some particularly strik
Portland, Or., July 3. The proposed
five-day strike In behalf of Thomas
J. Mooney was endorsed BV f. mass
meeting of 3000 union men ami women
here lant night.
The Mooney strike committee, son
sistine of one representative" of each
a-iioft in Cue pity, will meet Icnight to
decide whether Portland unions shall
join in the walknut.j
Portland, Or., July 3. Deman-llng
higher wages, giainhandlers, of Port
land are striking today. Tho tvulkout
may be extended within a few days to
all members of the longshoremen's un
ion. H0O8 STILL MOUNT
Chicago, July 1.- 'logs on the Chi
engv markftt reiehed f'.'2.2li on openin;
todny, beating yesterday's high record
by 20 cents. I'scker predicted lust
week prices will go to 23.
feast, for a word, and Roth sau'. several
things of a complimentary nntu.e to
the guests of the occasion, whom he
welcomed warmly to the city in the
name of the Commercial club, and also
handed s bouquet to the men of Hal
Hi board cr.mp. Mrs. Bodlty, of the
Portland auxiliary, responded to the
welcome of Mr. Koth, and as a token of
esteem from the Portland visitor pre
sented a handnome bouquet.
Dr. HyoV then understock to intro
dime Col. John L. May, of Portinnd, but
after eiuling several minntes in l.iuiL
tory comment upon the distinguished
soldier, discovered thnt the colonel had
taken himself to part unknown. Mr.
Hyde thereupon switched all the lom
plimenla upon the person of Comrade
Kitchener, of PortlntuI, and coded upon
him to take the place of Culuvi Mav
ia a speech. Kitchener responded with
aa impressive patriotic i.uilrc. In
which be indicated the development of
the apirit of loyalty throrlghout the
world war. Closing, he called for s
rising, silent tribute to the eomr.'.de
of both wars who had heard ''laps"
for the Istt time.
By way of Interlude, the toastmaetee
poke briefly as to the effect of loth
wars In concentrating Americanism,
and tbe next speaker, Elmer I.undberg,
elaborated upoa the theme, pointing to
the teak of the future in assimilating
the 10,000,000 foreigners In Ame-ies
who are as much alien today aa they
were when they came to this country.
The afterrsoon sessions of yesterday
were largely filled with reports, disens
sions and the finds of the nominating
committee. The Interest centered chief
ly about the candidate for ..tat.- com
mander, Portland having a "favorite
son" ia the person of J. E. F.iokway.
who will ssrry large part of the Port
laad support, especially a Snlem has
held the office during the past year ia
! (TWinned en page six)
H F01T1I CELE
Increasing Number of Service
Register As Guests; Par
ade Plans Complete.
6 a. m National salute of 1 gone.
10 a. ra. Baby parade at WMson Park.
10 a. m. Passenger fliglvU.
1 p. m. Street Hports, Court 1 Wiater streets.
1:30 p. m. March of Victory.
1.30 p. m. Pasaengor flight.
2:30 p. m. Patriotio eicrcM M .rion Square.
3:00 p. m. Baseball game, Willamette Field, Lojus vs. Colored Giants
3:30 p. m. Dedicatioa of Oleott Flying Field, State Fairgrounds;
Stunts by Lieutenant C.-opp.
4:30 p. m. Tired Mothers' Concert, Marion Square.
0:00 p. m. Banquet foi Soldiers, Hailors and Marines, Armory, by War
7:30 p. m. Folk Dancing, Willson Park.
8:00 p. m, Rand conceit and playing of fountain.
8:30 p. m. Htreet dance, Court and Liberty streets. Cherrinns ai hosts.
9:30 p. m. Firework, Willson Prk. "
With banners floating and the red,
white and blue displayed by the busi
ness houses of the city, the constant
and the unceaaing inquiry to the
rush of marines, sailors and soldiers
whercubouts of the aviator, Katem is
taking on a truly Fourth of July ap
It began early this morning with (he
arrival of dozens of autouiubilcs and
scores of people until almost all accom
modations have been spoken for. There
is an air of expectancy everywhere.
At tho Commercial xdub, the boys
who were iu the service are coming by
hundreds to register and to receive the
freedom of tho city in tho way of ev
erything given to the soblier boys.
That Hnlcm'i Invitation to the boys
to enjoy a homecoming has leea ac
cepted, is more than evident. The boys
are here and they are prepared to ac
cept the hospitality of the city.
This evening at 8 o 'clock at Marion
square, they will be officially received
by the stale, county and city. Charles
V, Galloway will extend tho welcome
for the state, with Judge Dushey for
the county and Otto J. Wilson, making
his maiden effort as a speaker, wel
coming tho boys aud giving them tho
best the city affords.
fu Count street beginning at 8:30
o'clock there will be a street dunce
for the evenlnz and the 'boys have
been given the privilege of having the
time of their lives.
parade Plana Complete
All arrangements are completed for
the great victory parade for the af
ternoon of the 'Fourth, beginning at
The three divisions for the parade
are military, industrial and civic and
csi h will participate with a larger rep
resentation than has ever been shown
in any parade in the enpitt" city.
The line of march will be formed at
the armory, and will be led by Lieuten
ant louis Compton, with five aide.
The famous Cherrian band will imme
diately follow the marshal and next
in line with the band will bo placed
the Salem float, with the Cherrian in
uniform marching as guards of honor.
The plan for the military divi.-ton
of the parade are as follows: Form on
j Ferry street at the armory, facing west
This division will include the guaid of
honor of the national guard of Oregon
and two battalions, arranged ia mili
In this military division, the leading
element will be the returned soldiers,
j sailors and marine and it is thought
Ithat fully 10OO will lino up for the
'grand parade. The soldier boys will
i form on Church street, facing south.
'An important feature of this part of
the parade will e the color platoon
representing IS sllies.
Next in line of msrch to tht soldiers
will be nicmbei of the Grand Army
of the Republic, headed by their float.
They will form on High street facing
south towards Terry street.
Tho Hpsnish War veterans and their
'auxiliary with the auxiliaries of the
'(. A. K. will follow the G. A. H. veter
an nnd this will complete the mih
lary division of the parade. The Span
ish war veterans and auxiliaries will
form on High street north of the G. A.
The industrial division will form oa
Cottage street facing south. Several
different organizations will tie repre
sented by float. Pascal Traglio In
'charge of this division request all to
-rorm ai i run.- un - wu,i ...
IFerrv and Chemeketa streets, ready to
uiarrh at 1:30. Every working man and
I 0 i OUR
woman is invited to join in this fn
of march. This section of the parade ia
to include all working people, whether
organized or not. A special division
will be organized for the women.
The ifivic division of the parade will
include fraternal orgiihiwirlons, thoss
who wish to join with special features,
automobiles, whether drf orated or not
and all activities of a rivio nature. It
will form on Court mrret fneing east
and will follow the industrial division.
Of course one of the" oig attractions
of tho parade is the famous Hnlen
float with Miss Margaret White as
Goddess of Liberty and her maids of
honor and a dozen or tn of Palem'i fa
mous beauties. Portland acknowledged
this float to bfthe finest that ever ap
peared in any Rose festival and it was
awarded the first pri7. It will appear
exactly as it was decorated for this
Portland parade and the Cherrian will
appear os guards of hot.ur a they did
Line of March
Armory, west to Commercial street.
North on Commercial street to Cra
Kast on Center to Liberty.
South on Liberty to Court.
Knst on Court to Waverly.
Wnverly to Slnte street.
West on State to Commercial street.
North on Commercial to Marion
In the general formation for the vic
tory parade, the mamftnl and aides
with the Cherrian iband will form at
Commercial and Ferry with the (Salem
float aad its Cherrian escort at the Ma
rion hotel. '
SALEI4 PHONE GIRLS
JOIN IN STRIKE TODAY
Management Says Service h-
terniptton n a De Over
The local telephone girls wcut on a.
strike this morning at 7 o'clock. A 'ter
a strenuous session last night whea they
I were addressed by Portland leproseata-
tivrs it was finally decided to strike and
,h first notice of such decision was
jWhen the girl refused te app,:ir for
work this morning.
All day a aumber of the girls have
been standing around, mostly ia front
of the telephone exchange. One wb
had been with the company five yars,
aaid the girls wanted as advance in sal
ary and sn adjustment board, In order
.that the girls who had eomplairts might
take them to this adjustment board in-
1 stead of to the chief operator.
I W. H. I)nncy, local manager ajid this
morning that aa effort hd bea md
to adjust matters but that mi ratisfae
tory r.rrangements could be arrived nt.
I He" said the girls wanted aa advance im
pay and recognition of the onion.
About 30 girls went out on tli strike
this morning. Mr. Dan-y says the rv
ice will be considerably erip,l.-J today
but that by Saturday he rxpostj ta
have things working along as I to b
! giving satisfuctory service.
) (CoatinueJ on page four)