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HERE'S U. S. SHIP IN MEXICAN RUMPUS
OF AUSTRIANS IN
ftfEDFORD MATL TRIBUNE, MTCDUOKr, ORE(IO MOTI)AY, .ITXE 2fi, L01G
FOR BORDER I
FROM THE EAST
Speeding Up of Mobilization of Na
tional Guardsmen Reported Spe
cial Service for Men and Supplies
Over Railroads -States Report
WASHINGTON', Juno 20. Speed
iK tip of the mobilization of national
puinlxmon wiih reported to the war
dopiutiiiont today from nearly all
status and word was expected nio
mentaiily liy the national guard divis
ion that those rotitiiiKontu had start
ed for the border.
.Major General Leonard Wood,
coinninntling the can turn department,
reported that ho had novernl New
joiJt and Manmu'liti'-etts units ready
to depart today.
More than 1000 Jlissotni kuuuIh
inuii were reported to have heen mus
tered into the federal service. They
were the first aotually to tukc the
United Stntes oath hiiico ono com
puny of tho Oregon jriuird (pialified.
TnM) Trains Ituly.
Gonornl Scott, chief of staff, said
elaborate and smoothly working ma
chinery wiih in operation to expedite
transportation of the national pmid
to tho south. Their troop nml sup
ply hums have the rulit of way, cen
to Hitlotruckinjj limited passenger
Tho ipinrtenuastor general has
oharge of the transportation aided
liy rnilroad ngunts of the American
ltaihvay association stationed eon,
fctantlv at tho war department.
Physical examination and lack of
equipment is delaying militia in some
Htatos. It is pointed out that state
authoiitii'H and no (the federal gov
eminent aro responsible for any
Bhoitagc of any uniforms, rifles and
othor materials, the regulations re
piin'ng that sufficient tpmntitios ho
on hand at all times to oipiip militia
units up to their nonce strength.
The militia division was utilised to
day that Illinois gmud wiih two
third enrolled, that Kansas' guards
umn wcic iiiUMlering wilb practieally
an in camp nml that Ohio' complo
went would be molulied completely
ituiioirow, iiaMiig ieceied tuither
order to hasten. The WixMiiisin
gunnl was ropoitetl not vet mustered.
Oilier state forces repotted mobil
ised today inoliide lutliniiH, .Miehigan,
Wytuniiig, Ctdoratlo, South Dakota
and .Minnesota and IiImIio.
The whi- dowrtineut has reooivod
many ((iiiest from seimnite organ
ixations not identified with tho na
tional guard to bo recruited. Citizens
of Oeiinan-I'olisli ami other foreign
jwrentage nro oi-gunizing separate
(toiiimnios. Auny heads explained
today that such organizations .;lttrl
not be accepted unlet. they would
Hiiswer n call for oliinloorn.
"As fur a tho war department is
eoneuuu'd," eatd Hot-rotary Maker,
"thorn in only one nationality iccog
GERMANS WIN RIDGE
(Contlnuod from pno ono)
Sailors from this vis.el, tlio guulMmt Annapolis were flivtl on when they landed at Jlnwitlon, Slunlot and
two naval officers wciv ttcizcri liy Uio .Movlnms anil later tvkiiMtl. IIoh'ii" .Mate I. M. Ijiuglitcr or IJdnn, Tc.,
Mas -wounded, Mexlcjiu officials say tho first shot was flml by u drunken Jap, and that as Cnirnnn Milliters
then ran down tlio wluuf, the Ainerleau salloi-s tJiou opened fliv, wounding six. .Mexicans.
(HOM12, Juno 20. A general re
tront of tlio Auatriaiia In tlio Tren
tlno district over n soctor of about
20 miles In extent, It announced In
nu offlolnl stntotnont Issued by tho
Italian war ottlco today.
Tho statomont stiys tho Italians nro
promlnK tho puniutt vigorously.
The toxt of the itntomont follews:
"Tho cnomy, lncnpnblo of overcom
ing our defense nml under tho onor
gotlc proMura which wo bnvo boon
conducting for sovornl days, lias boon
forced to bogln n rot rout north of tho
Mandrlollo rond. Wo bnvo enptured
tlio positions of Cnstol (yunhorto,
Mollotto, Mount Longarn, (Initio,
Alngo, Cesium nnd Mouht Oimto. Our
ndvnuco continued vigorously cloioly
to tho heels of tlio enemy."
lv. Gorman prisoner, who were
rocontly on tho French front, compute
the Itusslan gunfire on the Stochod
as an Inforno llko that at Verdun.
"Farther south In tho Vladimir
Volynskl and Sokal regions combine 1
oneiny onslaughts aro proving equally
jneirecuvo and costly. Tho oneiny ov.
dently shrinks from no sacrifice to
retain communication with I.emborg
"Kuty, which has boon taken U
the Iluesluus, is on the loft bank of
tho Cheromosh river, a trlbutory of
the I'ruth, and tho Itusslaus had to
force the rivers In tho face of gun
fire from tho hills behind. The Rus
sians now are In possession of the
ontlro Csornowltz-Kiity railway.
"Tho Horeslna rlvor, on which
fighting was reported jesterduy, is a
northern tributary of the .Nletuen.
llogdauoff Is on the I.lda-Molodochno
railway a doson mllos south of Krovo.
In the region between Vllna and
SUolodechno the Germans lately have
been extending their field or opera
tions north and south of Smorgen.
They are now attacking the Molo
dechao salient, not only from tho
northwest, but from the southwest
and west." I
"Hell's Hinges," tho feature photo,
piny nt tho Pngo, beginning yesterday,
nffonls Willinm S. Hart another
chnnco to glvo ono of bis miporb por
trnynls of woetorn character.
"Hell's Hinges" Is n rovorslon to
period of the frontlor town nnd Pro
ducer Inco has hold closo nctunllilos
In setting tho piny. "Holl's Hlngos"
Is tho name of the town. To It comos
Itov. Itobcrt Henley nnd his sister.
Knlth Henley. At tho first service,
tho tough men and women of the
town Interrupt the sormon of the
jCfing pronchor, n weak chnrnctor, by
their rlbnld singing nnd daiuiiig.
Illazo Trncy Intorforos, whon nn In
sult Is offered Knlth Henley.
611k Miller, the crafty saloon nnd
gambling houso ninii, niros the min
ister to his plnco on tho plen of do
ing mlslonnry work among the
hnlilttiOH. Dolly, n girl of the daneo
hnll, I ml n cos Henley to driug. As
n result ho falls to appear at the
church on Sunday morning. Hlazoj
accompanies rami to tho saloon and
helps carry the erring brother to hb
Willie Illiuo has gouo after the now
organ for tho church, tho dIsordeil
elomont sot the church on fire Thi'
hae taken along Henley, who ha
bocomo drunk again and boon led to
tnke a hand In tho lucondlun nit
Tho bettor elomont of tho town fl M
docporntoly In dofonso of the edlfi i
Tho minister Is xlllod during the
moloo. Ulazo moots tomo of the fu
gltlvos on his return. Aroused to
wrnth ovor tho death of tho minister
and tho burning of the church, hi
makoH a dash for tho saloon, shoot
tho proprlotor, Silk Miller, and ml.
the placo on flro by siinotlng at tin
lamps. A roaring wind carries the '
flamos to tho rest of the wooden
structures of the town and it Is wlpttl
out In n spectacular blnxo.
Illazo rinds Faith bonding over tin
bod) of her brother noar tho rulni
Grants Push. Walter is employed m
tho forest supervisor's office.
The following C ohm students
have boon transferred to tho 11 or in -termodiuto
eluw: Jlargnrot Ames,
Jennie Whipple, Got Initio Trautfethor
and Hussoll Angel.
Gladys Muudeville and Kula Hous
ton are finding their work in book
keeping very interesting, which, of
course, means that thoy nro doing ex
A special contest for tho Heining
ton gold medal will bo held .Monday,
ami the regular monthly contests in
typewriting, rapid calculation nnd
spelling- will bo held Friday, Juno I!0.
flic public is cordially inxjted to wit
ness these contests. Tho typewrit
ing contests wil bo held in the night
school, as well as in tho day school,
so that employed stenographers nml
typists who dokiic to do so may par
ticipate and learu just what they eati
do accoitlnig to international contest
HALF POUND OF
AMSTICItDAM, Juno 20. A ills
patch from Ilerlln snys Hint the now
meal tickets will bo In force in Iler
lln from totlny (Sunday ) Two bun
tlrod and fifty gramms (nbout 8-
ounces) of ment will be nllowed each
Why Smoko lilt Cigars
When Iyii Gontlns nro only 100
Past the crowd in the lobby straight
to the man they're waiting to see, go
Day Letters and Night Letters
The yellow envelope gets the prece
dence everywhere. It delivers your
message before the other fellow has
the chance to shahe hands.
THE WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH CO.
ON RETIRED LIST
HUM. IN', .luno 2C, ln London.
Field Marshal on llitelow, who com-
maiidetl tho socout nml third Gorman
army during the Marne advance Iihj
been placotl on the retired list Uq has
been Inactive for more than n year
owing to 111 health
SAN FHANCISCO, Juno 20 A
conforonco betwoon Henry M. White,
Flitted Stntos liumlgrntlon commis
sioner at Seattle, who was detailed
l the department of labor to act as
mediator between tho employers nml
the Pacific coast longshoromon who
went on strike whon refused Increase
of tiny, moillfled working conditions
anil tho nccoptnnco of tho closed shop '
principle, and reprosontntlvoH of tho
unions and employers was to be bold
hero today. A compromise plnu, i
which has not boon divulged, is said ,
to have been propnred for discussion
Why Smoke Hit Clgant
When I.a Gnndns are only lfo.
of the church. He gently tolls her
that their lives must hereafter lie
across the hill and she accompanies
him In simple trust and loe.
A Kostono comody that's differ
ent, "Wife and Troutdo." Presenting
Willie Collier, closes the hill.
1 This Baking Powder
Keeps Its Strength
The large con of K G lasts longer
than 25 cents worth of other baking
powders but no matter how long it
takes tho user to gel to the bottom
the last spoonful is guaranteed to
give perfect satisfaction. K G raises
the nicest, lightest biscuits, cakes
and pastry you ever ale, and it is
guaranteed pure and wholesome.
For goodness sahc, use K C.
the grain elevator
man pays it to
PAYS IT TO THE
DEPOSITS IT IN
RECEIVES IT FROM
1 I r"" WIP'?1) Hi r"- j 'UL,J .r IW JS 1
SPENDS IT AT THE
RETURNS IT TO
The Power of a Ten Dollar Bill
Coiwidei' the power of n ten (lolltii' hill when it iKspeni at lionic. It is like limbic
K firciilntcs. It i;iy.s dl'l'it luiiHircd (il)li f,'.ilioiiH. It crcntcs himincsH and puts
pcfiplo lo work in o'urcoiniimniiy. Hut the ten dollar hill Ihat is acnt away lo
ilio oiil-ol'-town 1ioiih(m1ock liolliino; u- our (own. It hccoincK dead to us. It is
out of coiiunisHion forever as niraKotii town is concerned. We never see it
Htfuin. Let us, then, ive power to the money we spend. Let us renieiiihei' that
our host investment is that power-money that we spend at homo.
Ht-rmirtl Robert, who wn lrnn
t'errcd to the oil ice praotice tlcpuil
tuent it'ccntl., i iiiHintMiinnu the luub
Htanduiil not bv foimer .tudoiit. lli
wotk, both hi tpiHutity ami tiuality, is
iiiiukuhIIv xod nd we prohes,v that
bo will jtivo tlio bot of batisfaetiiiii
when ho entor actual huineM life.
Two of tho A clanii wtutltnits, Sara
N'orwiHtd ami CI oil ,M'C'die, are
working banl to meet tne rtxiuiie
montfc winch will entitle tlietu to en
ter the oftire pruftu-e room, (lie oal
for wined even A olas tuiteut
Teuober and tudcut. ate coi
Ki'atulatintr Wultor Dunu-ii uixni hits
upK)iutuifnt to n tfiioraphif )Hi
tion in the linxomnitnt -t-nn-o at
' O'ormnns Claim Victory.
BERLIN'. June 28 Heavy figbtins
continues in the district west of So
kul, on the eastern front, where the
Russians r attemptlnn to strike
north est of Kovl The r office
today reports ucce for the Oer
bians near Zature, in this district
Sine June lb. it was announrel
xnore tUan 11 Ooa Russian risooers,
two fJinccn aod el jnathvite jns
Infants ud Invalids
Rich milk, audti train, io powder form.
i-ur laf.mu, tavalidiwlsrowincrchildtcn.
Pok outntwo, upbuddiitg III whole body.
Iovigonktesouruoemotbers ui the sgwl.
Mora nutritioui than tea, coffee, etc.
I&awitly puparcd Requires no cooking.
SkVltitutci Coit YOU Same Price
INSIST ON HOME PRODUCTS
THESE GOODS ARE MADE IN THE ROGUE RIVER VALLEY KEEP THE MONEY AT HOME
that count !
Us superiiiit is daily den nnt rated in the happy homes
of this ciiiiimmii . IJeineinher the nana
Pvogue Spray Flour
MEDFORD ROLLER MILLS
H. O. Nordwick, Prop. Phone 507
Patronize the institution that maintains the Largest
Payroll in Bedford.
Tfee Medforcl Printing Co.
The Best Equipped Job Plant in Oregon outside of
Portland. . iMtHlm
Two Recipes for Hot
At the Soda Fountains
Yellow Label Tomatoes
At the Grocer's
Try them today and cool off.
ROGUE RIVER VALLEZ
iTell Us the Size
of your windows and doors and we'll
supply accurately made frames for
tham. We'll supply the windows and
doors too If you desire. OIts you
better results than any handwork.
Give you a choice of design and fin
ish. And you'll be surprised at how
little our mill work oosu. Co wo
OIL AND WATER
Go to J. A. SMITH
128 N. Grape St.
Telephone 89Q A
MEDFORD SASH & DOOR CO.
Ask Your Grocer and Butcher
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