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mtcdfoito mvtl Ti?rnrNK mtcdford, omouox, Friday, .irxio 2,1, joio
; WASHINGTON', Juno 2.1. Elitco
'AetimIuiuIo, Mi'xiimn iiinbusMiiUir
1oHij;nntcf toilny porssonnlly inform
ed diplo initio toprcMJiitntives of Con
tra! iiiul South American republics
that the fnrrtinzn troops m the
htate of Chihuahua wore under oulert
not to attack American troops un
less the Americans untwined the nj;
uresHivo. Mr. Arruiloiulo stated that lie acted
on instructions from liis foteii;ii of
fice. Win n nuked whether the vwtrn
iiiK of (leneral Tievino, the Cturanii
I'ommanilcr in Chihuahua, that lie
Mould attack any American force
moving end, west or south had been
rescinded, he said his instructions
mnile no mention of that matter.
Mr. Arredondo'H hurried isits to
his South and Central American col
li'iiuuex revived talk of the possibil
ity of offers of mediation of present
and past difficulties. The state de
paitmeut, however, has plaiulv indi
cated that it does not desire media
tion mid docs not consider there Jh
hnythiup; to mediate.
Administration officials looked
upon the Arredoudo explanations as
an effort to line up South nnd Cen
tral Ameuen behind Mexico in order
to force, at least in home instances,
b.vmimthy with Moxico.
Mr. Arredoudo explained late de
velonmentH in the situation from the
Mexican vuwpoint to the diplomatic
representatives. In a few hours ho
visited the Colombian, Salvadorean,
Venezuelan nnd Peruvian legations
mill tho Argentine embasKV.
ENTENTE ALLIES' HAND
FALLS UPON GREECE
LONDON, Juno 23. Tho ilrltlsh
government lait night IhruoiI tlio full
oxl of tho entento allies noto to
(Sreeco an accepted. It contains four
domnniln as follows:
Kimt, real and complete demobili
zation of tho Creole army, which must
with tho leant pohdIIiIo delay, bo
placed on a ponce footing.
Second, tho Immodlnto ropluclw; of
tho proBont Greek cabinet by n butd
hom cabinet, having no political color
nnd offering nil nccraimry gtiiirautnoH
for tho application of benevolent neu
trality towards tho allied powor and
nlncnro couiultatlon of tho nutlonnl
rriilrd, tho Immodlato dissolution of
tho ohnmbor followed by now oloo
tlona aftor the porlod roqulred by the
constitution, and aftor geuoral de
mobilization has rogtorod tho doc
toral body to normal conditions.
'Fourth, displacement of certain
polico functionaries, whoso attitude
inspired by foreign Influonco, has
faallltatod attempts agulnst poaco
ahlo citizens, as woll as insults
against tho allied legations and thoio
under their jurisdiction.
SECRETARY DANIELS AND WIFE AT THE ST. LOUIS CONVENTION
LAST LETTER IS
succeeding fairly well. It helps mo
In many other things too. I
think jou onco moro for your good
wlshos. Woth love Marlon."
"I S I Just loarnod about V
G. C, meeting next Saturday, toda
I will bo thoro and try to bring somo
of tho ones that don't como very
often, If possible"
PROGRAM OF BAND
JAPS REFUSE MEXICAN ARMS
(Continued from pago one
ATHKNS, June I. Then -is gen
eral satislaetion xlinvvn anions the
.public over (he result ol the ultimat
um sent to King Coiixtiiutiuc b the
entente. The diplomatic rcnit-scntn-lives
of the iiIIioh have lecniiimendod
the immediate lilting of th bloekndo
and tho stock mnrkvt n iiipullv 10-
coveriuir from its panic.
The composition of the new onb-
ninl, olfieially announced today, fol
low': Alexander Zuiniix, preuiier and
iniuiNter of iihcikii at fairs; (ieiiei-nl
CiillnriH, minister of war find temHi
mry minister of murine; Uepiitv
(ieoie Kiillis, finiuieu; I'lmcitin N'e
Xi ih, communication; CoIohpI Ilnr
ulnutbis, interior; Anthony MiiiHrii
I ox, justice; CoiiMtmitiu Libourikis,
jiiibhc iut ruction; Colliiras, national
kMlTSKOGICli, OkU , Juno 33 -Mrs.
Ida Madley, brido of loss thnu a year,
was aocusml of kllllnx Shurlft Jake
Giles of Ileaiiiuont, Toxss, m he slept
In a chair car of the Missouri, Ksiism
and Texas railway on the morning of
March 21, by state's witnesses, who
tostlfled today in the murder trial of
Mr. Dudley and her husband, l'ntil
Ilsdley. The sberlfr had Paul Dadley
In custody, taking him from Kansas
City, Mo. to Honunionl, to ansuer
charges of robborv and nnanlt
The regular weekl) concort by the
Medford City band conducted b)
llandmaster Rowland will bo held nt
8 this evening, In tho city pari; hand
stand. The new lights bavins been
installed, the park will bo brilliantly
illumlunted for tho first Mm this
evening. This ovoulug's proginm in
cludes several patriotic numbeis, tho
first march "Long l.lvo the U. 8. of
A", is b II. C. Miller and Is dedicat
ed to all people of tho U. 8. of A.
Tho "American Patrol" by M enchain,
Introduces tho "Red White and Who ,
"DMo" and "Ynnkee Doodlo."' The
band will moot nt the band hall nnd
march to the bandstand promptly at
S. Following is tho ovenlug's pro
gram: Mrth."I.oni Live the U. S. Iff A'
Dedicated to all peoplo of the V. S.
Kong live our IT. 8. of A.
With her colors so bold and true,
May she ever stand for the right,
For the red, white and blue.
In limes when there's war or in peace
May her people united be,
Upholding, protecting, defending,
And guarding her liberty.
Popular, "The Shamrock
Overture, "Royal Pageant"
Intermesso, "After Sunset"
Descriptive, "American Patrol"
numerous, "The Droam of a Ran -
bit Kiond" Tliurban
Walls, "Nights of Gladness" Aucllfio
March. "Wr Hon" Allen
Star Hpnngled Manner
Tolloz heard recently that ho bad
gone to Spain on a military mission.
Tho report that tho general was com
ing to Japan was groundless, he
Bald. As for Colonel Romero, Senor
Tolloz said he had arrived In Toklo
a fortnight ago, announcing he came
In the capacltv of Moxlcan ambassa
It was Colonel Romero who made
the purchase of arms for General Hu
Tho Oriental btoamshlp liner Solvo
Maru, which sailed on May 29 for
South American ports, arrived at San
Hranolsco yottorday and is due at
Sallna Cruz, Mexico, nlno days later
Manager Asano said today that she
carried no arms or munitions and
that the only freight shlpmont to Sa
Una Cruz consisted of two cakes of
camphor consigned to Koo Klng-tal.
a Chinaman. He statod that the
steamships of his lino oarrlod no mu
nitions at any time and would rofuse
to transport a cargo of thorn.
111. iiiio German).
- Tho Nippon Yusen KaUha (Japan
Mall Stoamshlp Company) Inauguar
ated last month a service to Now
York via Panama with tho steamship
Tsushima Maru. A roprosontatlve of
tho company said:
"The Tsushima Maru transports no
munitions. Our steamers nover cadd
munitions to America "
The press makes no mention of
Mexlcau claims that munitions are
procurable In Japan, but the Men I j
Nlch Shlmbun publishes a repor'
from IJrlln that Japan Is giving sup
port to Mexico. The opinion set
forth in the prss Is hi at the t'nit d
Statu Is too optimistic regartln
Mxlen It is observftdothat la, . i
Hbould derlv lessons as to ho to
trcAt Cbloft from the outcome of ti e
,At'n porl In r ad to Mr 1 I
I IMP A . I
W rrxis ff KwsfcJ
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Jf n1 icrLa
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WAUKKGAN, 111 , Juno 23 Tho
Inst of tho letters Introduced by the
stato was one from Marlon to Miss
Rumsey, hor Sunday school tonchor.
It wns written Kobrunry N, tho night
beforo her death, and wns found on
hor body. It says:
"Your noto canio jostorday and I
want to thank you moro sincerely
than you can Imagine for It. I am
very glad that ou think thoro Is a
possibility of my 'amounting to
much,' aftor all. I was very much
afraid that ou thought that I was
silly on account of what is termed my
giggles. At first I giggled becaurio I
thought llfo wns nothing but a Joko
nnd foil no losponslblllty, but lataly
It has boen bocauso I really wasn't
happy, so 1 tried to dlsgulsa my feel
ing Hint way.
"You may think It queer for ono
to laugh whon they really want to
cry, but I am rnther queor anyway.
Rut now I feel very much hotter and
I sliicoroly want to bo someono that
will do n llttlo good anyway. I havo
tried that G. C. (Westminister
Guild Club) plan. I feci that It Is
YESTERDAY'S BALL GAMES
W. h, PC.
Vernon II SO SDR
Los An gel Os 48 81 6TS
Sail Krnnolsco 3D S7 MX
Poitlnud ., 33 32 60S
Salt Isnko 30 37 418
Oaklnnd 29 50 307
Amei lean league.
Clovoland 3 i
St. Louis 23
R. 11. JC.
Drooklyn ...a 31
Now York 25
"Why Swiar, Diar?
JtIO JANIKRO, Juno 23 Tho
crisis between Moxico and tho United
Statos Is bolng followed with keen In
torost In Ilrnsll nnd occupies a largo
spacu In tho nowspnpors. Th gen
oral tono of tho editorial comment
Is that Prosldont Wilson, while nc
tuRtod by tho best motlvos, has tun
afoul of prepondurlug oloments In
Moxico which nro uudor German In
fluonco. In official clrclos hope Is expressed
that war will bo avoided, but It Is
fully recognized that tho continued
disorders In Moxico must weary the
most sincere woll-wlshor of the coun
try. Thoro Is a Knornl agreement
that somo oud must bo put to tho
present Intolerable situation so that
tho pacific dovolopments of tho peo
ples of America may bo assured.
Dr. Lauro Multor, Brazilian minis
tor of foreign affairs, received tho
diplomatic corps today In n fnrowoll
atidlouce. llo will salt for tho Unit
ed States tomorrow on tho steamer
23 34 tot St Paul
It's tho New Flan. Simple. Sara a
Fato. Applied in a Few Seconds.
"Why, John, I never knew you to
ubo such lannunRo! I'vo told you
several times It's no uno to try thoao
bandages, salves, tapes, plasters, and
"Von XVontiln't I.o Tour Temper, Jnlin,
It You Uiea 'OeU-lt" for Thoio Corns tJ
rnntrnpttons for corns Here's somo
CletB-lt', It'e Junt wniidcrfut how cn8.
'clenr and clean It mnkrs nny corn
como right off. Takes but a few sec
onds to apply. It dries nt once, rut
your sook, on right over It, thero'a
nothing' to stick or roll up, form a.
bundln of your toe, or press on tho
corn. It's painless, simple as rolling
oft a log. Now put away thosa knives,
rnrors nnd scissors, usn 'Gets-It and
you'll havo a sweeter disposition and
no more corns nnd calluses."
"Oets-ll" Is sold by druggists every
where, 2Ec, a bottle, or sent direct by
H. Lawrence & Co , Chicago, III.
Sold in Medford and recommended
as tho world's best corn romody by
Li:ON li. HASKIXS.
MARGUIMtlTi: CLARIC MONDAY
IX "MICH AM) MKX"
It's n I'm amount of uuie.
MAY ROIISOX TUliSDAY in
"A NIGHT OUT"
You fcoo tho world's Inrst pictures
nt tho Star.
The AmeriOmi Film Co. jircsenta WINIFRED GREENWOOD and FRANKLIN RITCHIE in Iho JPivo-Act
Iutual rnstorpitsct) J)o 'Luxo,
A jioworful, lioni'i-inioi'csi dnuna of llio stage, a picture you will enjoy. Seven big reels lotlay, including two
C. 11. Gates in the Med ford-Made Movie continues to draw capacity houses each night. Have you seen it?
Neat five thousand persons have. It will he shown again today and tomorrow for the last time.
Iteniember, if you see it at the Star, "it's good."
Don't Pay the Other Fellow's Bill
Cream Rolled Oats, 9 II). sack 40c 'Ammonia, bottle
Valley Rolled Oats, 9 II). sack 35c I Dest Gloss Starch, 2 pkys.
Bulk Rolled Oats, lb, 4c Klrijsford's Gloss Starch
60-oz. pkfl. Premium Oat Flakes 28c Ivory Starch
60-oz. ik. Premium Wheat Flakes 28c Celluloid Starch
H. 0. Oats, pktj. 15c Elastic Starch
Gcr-Meal, pku- 1 5c
Cream of Wheat 17c
1-lb. nkn. Olympic Pancake Flour 21c
Flap-Jack, pky. 21c Shlnola Brush Sets
Rolston Bran, pkn. 15c Two-In-One Shoe Polish
Peacock Buckwheat Flour, pkn. 21c .Jet Oil Shoo Polish
Talcum Powder, can
Best Corn Starch, 2 pkys
Those who have had cakes ruined by jarring the
stove, .slamming the oven door or a heavy footstep, may
have wondered how the diniiv: car chef can turn out such
marvelous biscuits, hot breads and pastry when his ovea Sa olio, 2 for
is being incessantly jarred and jolted and shaken by the ex Lye, can
9-11). sack Cornmcal
10-lb, sack Graham
10-lb. sack Wheat Hurts
10-lb. sack Pancake Flour
10-lb. sack Rye Flour
U-lb. sack Hominy
Grape Nuts, pku.
Quaker Corn Flakes, 3 for
Post Toastlcs, 3 for
1 Krlnkle Corn Flakes, pk(j.
Instant Postum, small
Instant Postum, larije
Fig Prure, pky.
Shredded Wheat Biscuits, pkfj.
" Malto-Mcal, pkg.
Puro White Flour, sack .
i Red Cross Flour, sack
Crystal White Soap, doz.
Swift's White Laundry, doz.
White Borax Naptha, 6 for
A B Naptha Soap, doz.
Fels Naptha Soap, carton
Ark Soap, 8 bars
Ivory Soap, large, doz. .
Fairy Soap, small, doz. .
Peroxide Bath Soap, liar
Creame Oil Toilet Soap, 3 for
Grandpa's Tar Soap, doz.
Peet's Mechanic, large
Skat, per can
Palm Olive Soap, bar
Bon Ami, 2 for
30c Rising Sun Stove Polish
dbc Black Jack Stove Polish
45c .Wash Board
45c I Wash Board, two sidos
10c 1 Mop Sticks, each
35c i Lamp Chimneys, 2 for
l dc Large roll Toilet Paper
14c Brooms, each
1 1c; Spring Clothes Pins, doz.
1 2c No. I Lanterns, each
I2c No, 2 Cold Blast Lanterns
2hdLargo Chip Baskets, each
25c i Toothpicks, pkg.
7c: Matches, I doz.
22c Candles, doz.
25c Booth's Sardines, 2 for
45c V. B. Sardines, 3 cans for
22c Norwegian Sardines
1 2c American Sardines, 6 for
I7c ' 4 oz. Oysters
SI. 45! 8 oz. Oysters
6 oz. Fancy Oysters
1 2 oz. Fancy Oysters
Smile Brand Minced Clams
25c Monopole Minced Clams
45c Pink Salmon, tall can
55c 'Red Sockeyc Salmon, small
25c Red Sockeye Salmon, large
95c 'Lobster, can
55c ' Crab Meat, can
8c i Shrimp, can
Tuna Fish, small
35c, 45c, 05c
Llbby Genuine Deviled Ham
Armour's Lard, medium
Armour's Lard, largo ..
Cottolcne, medium . .
Cottolcnc, largo . ...
Crisco, small . . ...
l5ciPc:irl Shortening, medium
8c i Pearl Shortening, large
8c Wesson Salad OH, small
0c Wesson Salad OH, large
l uc Bacon
35c , Standard Corn, doz.
Standard Peas, doz.
Select Stock Tomatoes, doz.
Standard String Beans, doz.
Fancy Corn (Malnd), doz.
Fancy Cut String Beans, doz. 0I.G0
Fancy Dimple Pens, doz. $1.75
10c sack Tabic Salt, 2 for 15c
25c sack Table Salt, 2 for 35c
50 lbs. Los Angeles Dairy Salt55c
13c (Scratch Food, 100 lbs.
COo I Oyster Shell, 100 lbs.
Saner Kraut, can
Small can Asparagus
Small can Asparagus Tips
50 lbs. Bear Dairy Salt BOc
50 lbs. Half Ground Salt 43c
100 lbs. Half Ground Salt 80c
75c Surnr. II pounds $1.00
$1.45, Skinners' Macaroni. Spaghetti, Ver-
28c' mlcclli and Noodles, pkg, . . 10c
$1.15! Bulk Macaroni, lb. . SMc
17c, 20c an:l 25c Bulk Spaghetti, lb. 7c
15c Soda, package . . 6c
SI.Oj Royal Baking Powder, y7 lb 23c
$1.05 Royal Baking Powder, I lb. . 43c
$1 13, Royal Baking Powder, 22 lbs. $1.00
Si. 15 Royal Baking Powucr, a ins. i.ub
$1.65 K. C. Baking Powder, 25 ozs.
10c can Spices
5c can Spices
10c 25c can Spices .
1 5c ,50c can Spices
12c 25c bottle Extracts .. .
I Oc Diamond W Jelly Powder.
23c Yeast Foam, pkg. ..
25c i Seeded Raisins,, pkg.
Large can White Asparagus
Assorted Canned Fruits, best, can 20c! Currants, pkg.
25c1 Hawaiian Pineapple, sliced, can ISriMarshmallows, can
9c Hawaiian Pineapple, gratcu, can 15c Walnut?, 3 lbs.
17c Pimcutocs, can
20c Astor Milk, dozen
35c ' Carnation Milk, large, dozen
10c Carnation Milk, small, dozen
12c Holly Milk, large, dozen
9c i Holly Milk, small, dozen
13c ; Yeloban Milk, large, dozen
22c Bue Hill Cheese, two for
23c, Codfish, 2 lbs.
Ic Bird Seed, pkg.
23c I Karo Syrup, 5 lbs.
12c , Karo Syrup, 10 lbs.
l5c,Tcagardcn Syrup, half gallon
van Camps Pork and Beans, small,) Log Caliln Syrup, quart
3 for . 25c Log Cabin Syrup, half gallon
Van Camp's Pork and Beans, med- Tcagarden Syrup, one gallon
ium, each 14c Log Cabin Syrup, gallon
Van Carrp s Po-k and Beans, large, 2 IDs. Molasses
Dromedary Dates, pkg.
Japan Rice, lb.
Head Rice, lb.
Crackers, hulk, lb.
Crackers, 25c pkgs.
Crackers, 10c pkgs. 3 for.
Vinegar, elder, gallon .
ri Bulk Coffee, 2 lbs
50-; Bulk Peabcrry Coffee, lb.
35c Our Special, I lb. pkg. .
65c Our Fancy, I lb. pkg., 3 for
orn riiWiitinuii, i iu. can
Plantation, 3 lb. can
Alladin, I lb. can
motion of the train.
Tc get pastry to raise and stay raised under these con
ditions, a baking powder must be used that continues to give off
its leavening gas that sustaiHit tho raise until the dough is
Dining Car Cheft lutve found a baking powder exactly wiled
to their neeoi In K C and you will find it iut at well suited to
your requirement. KCU really a blend of two baking powders,
one active at toon at moitlened, the other requiring both molt
tre an ihwt to iUrt (he generation of kacnmg gat Noirutter
h iroist and run vou make your cke, K C hiking Pow.lrr will
sustain the raiic until a uut ! totnuJ and all iUn j" of (ilUnj
K i' Itakin.! rv"Jir i pure aiul lualthl"! It it oinvnted
truicr '! pun I m. t I ,a and t.u..i n ti 1 1 m !- 1 y"u And it
ih U .areifrxub .. , rue iwtdku gpowdtr. uW 1J for t&vre,
m Try a cvn at oar ntk and b cenriKetd.
Crlcride of Lime, can
Cld Dutch Cleanser, can
Gold Dust, pkg.
Citrus Washing Powder
20-Mule Team Soap Chips, pkg.
Wool Soan Chips, pkg.
20-Muk Tam Borax, 12 oz
Ball BIin, box
8c Campbell's Soups, 3 cans
12c I X L Liver Paste, can
8c I X L Deviled Chill Meat, can
20c Chill Con Carnl (Eagle) 2 for
20c Deviled Meat, s, doz.
25c , Veil Loaf, each
20c Chipped Beef, In glass
8c .Chipped Beef, in tin
8c i Corn Beef, Is
8c, Mincemeat, 3 pkgs.
200,5-11), pail Honey
25c' 10-lb pall Honey
9c 'Large Bottle Salad Dressing
9c Lima Beans, pound ..
25c Bulk Cocoanut, pound
55c! Shepps Cocoanut, half pound
15c I Shepps' Cocoanut, one pound
15c California Olive Oil, quart
rj0c! Alladin, 3 lb. can
15c ' California Olive Oil, half gallon $1.45
Alladin, 5 lb. can
Guttard's Pure, 45c value ...
Bulk Japan, English Breakfast or
Gunpowder Tea. 50c val., Ib.-37c
California Olive Oil, gallon $2.75
Chick -ood, 100 lbs. $2.80
Llpton's Tea, lb. can
Lipton's Tea, lb. can .
Ridgeway's Tea, Vi lb. can
Ground Chocolate, I lb. can
Ground Chocolate, 3 lb. can
Cocoa, Hershey's-, ft lb. can
This is only a part of tho items we carry, just to give you an idea of what you should pay for the best goods on the
xaarkot. If you are paying more you are helping pay your neighbor's bill who does not pay his. Abovo prices
subject to market changes. Mail orders promptly and accurately filled.
JACKSON COUNTY SUPPLY CO.
NORTH GRAPE STREET
MEDFORD, ORE. I