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About Medford mail tribune. (Medford, Or.) 1909-1989 | View Entire Issue (June 28, 1916)
MEDFORD M"TL TRTBrXT!, fEDFORD, OKLdOV. YVLDXLSDAY, jrE 2. IMG
Serious Situation In Larger Cities
Bread Lines In Chihuahua, Duran-
' go and Torreon Dynamite Squads
Organized Jn Trevina's Army-
Villa Chieftains Rally to Carranza
LI I PEACEFUL. END
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Bli PASO, Tex., June 2$. Vnh
mumi for apprehension waa fonnd
along the border today in wwt oC the
gaifcerfag of the atrong fwrcea of for
mer Villistas undey notoriooa chief -taitta
in the vicinity of J nitre. and the
otoe snrveWlence by the civil and
military antnoritieM oh fonr adher
0U who are now refngeea in El
General Joee Floret, eoMtoanding
80 infantrymen, ia reported in Jua
rez after making peace with the do
faeto government. General Manuel
IbtitdH, once a Villa anhordinate,
known o he serosa the Rio Grande,
nnd Manuel Mediuavietia and Joe
1'anbeJ Itovlen also have taken ad
vantage of the amneaty grant ml by
Villi lUui.lIt Llilof.
Si .11 another former Villa leader.
Culonrl Maximo Caetilo, haa joined
Ocnpral OonxabV gnrrieon in .luarea.
('..Mil.., who haa been blamed for the
ili-tnuition of the ('timbre tHnnel in
lVI.rti.ir, 1911, in which twenty-five
Aim-ri.-ani and fifty .Mexican lout
I heir live-, recently returned to Mex
ii Ma Vera Cruz from Culm, where
be wml after being rvJeae! from
nmt.Mly after the Cumbro crime.
Although the embargo on munition
Mill i onforeed rigidly at Mjinte of
cntr. that regarding food. la not.
Several wagtinlainda of fondetMffa
liel.l u at the intenmtional hridgea
were rulnaeed toilay after, tho mm
Mgncr received wnniaeinn from
Wii-liinglon to acini them aenwe, in
rr-Mine to prut eat ugainrft dotmi
lioii r goeda. That the food ahurt
tV i- bfwotautK iHore uimiIh in the
interior of Mexieo wan declared by
arrive la from the Houth, who told of
bread line in Chihuahua City, Dur
Mingo and Torreon and bruuKbt c
Iree to aubetaniiatu their etatr
wente. Dyiuiiiilto ,Siuuds.
Mexieun refugeea who reached the
herder today frm the mining dia.
Irtrla of noathem Chihuahua brought
atorien f the nrganiiatiun of "dyna
take eaod" in General Trevinu'a
amy. They aaid it ia planned.
ahottld it become nptiareut in the
oret of war that the d facto troo
eettbj net hold the railroada to de
stroy thai.) and the detachment now
stationed aloNK the Me&icau Central
and Ike Jlexico Korthweatern would
lit) eoueenlrated at Chihuahua City.
Ihamba and hand grenadee, it wit
Mid, ware being made bv Hugging
the end of kmimII pipe, after filling
them with powder, naiU and acrnp
CRATER LAKE TRAVEL
NuH-rviMr Steel of the i 'inter
Lake national park iinn.niti. - thai
t raffle to the park will he el.Mcil i,n
til Tueaday, July 4, by the rontrne
Uoa of a new bridge at Winte ll..re
ereelu llie old bridge ha been lom
et Mid a new atrueture ia under
erection bv ('aptain Uotaiwin. in
chortle of ifoveratnent eonat ruction.
A crew of men leave Thursday to
iVMUr tiu- telephone line.
An iniH. riant mcoiinir of Inn.l
ownen owning land between the low
line ranal and the propoaed hurh-hne
ennal of the canal company will be
held at the Bedford public library on
Saturday afternoon, Jny J, at 1:30
The purpoae of thin meeting in to
devine waye and meaaa to eecure ir
ritation for our landa in time for the
aeaaon of 11117, and to eanaider a
pmpoaition of the eanal company
which we are given to understand will
he more favorable than any hereto
jtn now ownera are urged to ne
K. H. MADDUX.
GKOHOK R. MAltKIIALk
A. J. DUNLAP,
It ia underetood that the forma
tion of an irrigation dUtrict will be
dixcuaaed and a protoal from the
Itogoe Idver Canal cmmny for the
plaeing or water on the land at a
roat of approximately WO nn acre be
T OF BATTLE
KI, PA80, Tex, June 2S K
I'aeo wn agltate lb la afternoon by
the report of a battle at Villa
AhHHiadn, but there are no Ameri
can near Villa Ahiimada or within
SO mllea weat of Carriaal, accordltiK
to an official meaaa a e recuired liy
(loneral Ooiiulea In Jttares.
ICverythltiK pointed to the com
ploto retirement of the American
fnrcee that had been aearcbliiK for
tho Carriaal aurvlvore, be addel. IIIh
report waa baaml on an lnveatlgatlon
by Carrama acouta.
XKW YOHK. June 28. Itomtilo K.
Niton, Arirentine ambiiHador to the
I'nitcd Htatex, i-nued a at a tome tit
here today in which he aaid that while
he bad made no offer of mediation
looking to the actUemeni of the dif
ference between thai L'aited State
and Mexico, he waa "in candor con
fident that the preeent criaia will he
The formni statement of the am
baaaador, prompted, he aaid, by pub
lished re)Krta that be had been of-
Lferintr mediation to the United State,
"I have made no offer, but it ia
unueceaaary to any that the Argen
tine government ia alwaya diewed to
work for the peace of Amerfca.
"I'an-Americaniem, which ia vital
for all the countriea of the continent,
whether great or email, atrong or
weak, makea a war between two
American nation utterly inconceiv
able. I am in candor confident that
the preaent criaia will be peacefully
nettled. We mutt make evident that
no matter how great the difference
between two American government,
the continentnl intereatx of union and
nceord are supreme und inconaiatenl
with reeourxe o violence aa mcana
of aettling interna (ionnl diapntea in
Antbaoaadnr Xaon would not di
euM whiit bnxia he bad for bia feel
ing of confidence.
Mr. and Mra. C. K. Amoa will leave
thin afternoon for 8t. Paul where
they expect to reside permanently.
(A house to houac canvass by com
mittee from each ward and a mons
ter auto parade and boosters meet
ing, to be held In the armory July
7, tinder the auaplcea of the Greater
Med ford Club were decided upon as
important atepa to be taken in
putting through the bend election,
at the meeting of the women of the
first tfard held In tho library build
ing last night.
Tonight at eight o'clock the
women of the first ward will organ
ize at the Natatorlum with Mra. K.
IJ. Merrick aa chairman. The third
ward, It la oxpectod will bo organized
the latter part of tho week.
About 160 womon wore In atten
dance at the meeting last night and
comtnltteoa wero appointed to carry
on all phases of the work of getting
tho votes. It was arranged that
nurses will bo provided for the chil
dren of women voters, having no one
to leave thorn In charge of, and that
conveyances will be provided to
carry the mothers to the polls.
Next week the organisations from
the dlfferont wards will be aeelsted
by members of the commercial club,
who will start their canvaaa. A
heavy vote la exacted as Is a heavy
majorlty'ln favor of the bonds.
PA THROUGH Y
EN ROUTE BORDER
HKKLIX. June 2S. I!:c Tnifcblntt,
lone of the lending llerlm new -paper, us.
announced this in. .mine tlml n- J' I'
ll. . ii will pcarnnc had been prohibited by or
- and ut- dcr of the military commander.
This it the lirst instance for Home
months of the suspension of a Ilorlin
This Is the last of Juno, but
winter Is cither yet or again with'
A flurry of snow fell at one
ABfler spending a few days visit
ing friends in (I rant Pass, . T.
Martin and A. C. Halght and their
eons stopped off In Medford for a
few hours today enrouto to their
home in Montague.
Oregon troops mustered In as fed-,
oral soldiers, passed through Mcdford i
en route to the Mexican border j
Wednesday morning. They eompris-
ed the third battalion of the Ore-,
gon National Guard. The train is
scheduled to arrive at San Diego I
about J o'clock Friday afternoon. Tho i
train consisted of fifteen ears. i
The third battalion numbers 325 '
men amllC officers, under Major
Carl Abrama. The companies are M
of Salem, L, of Dallas, K of Corvallls, j
and 1 of Woodbtirn. The troops were )
fully equipped and had passed the
federal physical examination, and are j
believed to be one of the first, If not
tho first battalion In the conntnj
fully equipped and examined to leave j
directly for tho border. I
Battory A, field artillery under!
Captain Charles W. Holme, will bo
entrained at 9 o'clock Wednesday J
morning and start Immediately for i
San Diego. In the afternoon Wed- j
nesday probably about 6 o'clock, the !
second battalion, consisting of com-1
panloe K, K and 11, of Portland, and ;
Q of Oregon City, under Lloutonnnt I
Colonel John L. May, will entrain ,
and start. The troop trains have tho :
righl of way and will arrive In till
hours after departing.
Hy Thursday night all the remain
ing units of tho Oregon national
guard will be on their way to tho bor
dor. It in rcjMirted that the trail- carry
ing Mutters A will pa through
MVdford Wedne-dnv night between J
work constantly to
meet the steady demand
for your friend the OWL.
To make each one of these
OWLS as good as the last one
in flavor and mellowness
requires this large organization,
plus a constant investment of
a million dollars in leaf alone.
You get the results of this
great investment when you
buy the Million Dollar OWL,
(. mm yuVi'Bwe3BauasassaBBBS3aEXBnBK
M. A. GUNST & CO.
NO WORD FROM CARRANZA
(Continued from lingo otm
BRITISH GUNS ROAR
(CfMtiauod from page one)
tar of Monte (llamondo, north of
Kaaine and Moute Cavlojo. These
HflaaUoiw lie between the Hoelaa and
United fltatea, demanding the
IttflHe of the American troopers.
had no reply.
Carranta'a delay In replying In io
lleved here to be due largely to Ins
hope to have South and CVntrul
American countries agree fully to bla
ooHree before be takea a final step
!'hIIiiIV limy Hay.
President Wilson had a very hu
day. He received a long line of sen
ators and ropreaantatlvea and ahool.
hands with more than 100 persona.
John It. Bllllman, consul at Hal
tlllo. who now la at ICagle Pass, Te ,
advlaed the atate department of ili
receipt hy Dr. All, editor of a Mel
ran labor paper, of a telegram from
General Carransa, aaylng he waa pre
pared to do everything possible i
avoid a break with the Tailed HCut.
lr All has been at Kagle Paaa par
lIcipalliiK In conference), ilesluiieil to
uld In avoiding w..r nnd Is ixpeele.l
lo ...in.' lu Mnl.lMtMoll tlii-. i.k to
iDiifrr uld. Hi. p.iuiiii .. mm II of
lli ii.i rn in lil.t ill. mi 't I il.nr
MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED
All (dims, K;lrUT CAj
All leather, up JoQ-f Q
$2.50 values $leUJ
1-1-22 NORTH CENTRAL
MAIL OR EXPRESS PREPAID
Niftviicw stylos, OQp
sjiui, each vox
J n patent leatlicr CAj
and kid, eaeh tlvi
,fc j." y: m''. .;". " '" J1', ."
I GET READY FOR
500 New Model Corsets
on Sale Thursday at very
much less than their
Mow Mnny Are Roatorcd To
(! lUllans alee advanced on the
Aaiago plateau, occupying the
aentkern aide ef the Area valley and
uaaluMl the elopes of Mooedaata,
MhhW laterrotUi aad MantesMoa-
IMaate Coyombara was carried aad
the Uallaa advance reached the fJale.
ATHENI. June It The situtllon
1 Qreece remains critical and full
Qt uaeortaiaty, although the demands
af the alllea are being rapidly carried
out The royal decree tor the general
demobilisation ef the Qreek army
was signed by King Conatantlae yea.
trrday afternoon and a Veaiaetoa ad
herent. Miiiirakakla, will be sworn
In aa i liter of police today. Rear
admiral lu in io baa beea appointed
uiiniMtei of marine. Viea-Admlral
Gouixioiiiioii. b wag tkaat ttamed.
refuel. ij iu appointment,
I'lrwt. Almoat every operation in
our hospiuU performed upon women
Jwcomee neeeaaary through neglect of
nuch symptoms as backache, irregular
and wlnful periods, displacements, pain
in the aide, burning aeneation in the
Htomach. bearing down tains, nervous
imnu, diuineee and aleepleeaneas.
SociiimI. The medicine most aucces.
ful in relieving female Ilia Is Lydia K
Pinkham's egetable Compound. It
regulates and strengthens the organism ;
it overcomes disease.
For forty years It haa been making
women atrong and well, relieving back
ache, nervousness, ulceration and in
naaanMtkw, weakness, displacement
irregularity and periodic pain It
haa alto proved invaluable in prepar
ing for childbirth and tho C'hangi of
riiliU.-The great number of una
liclted testimonials on Ale at the Pink -
ham Laboratory at Lynn, Mass., many .
oi wnicn are irom time to time published
by permission, are proof of the value of
Lydia E. Pinkham'e Vegetable Com
IMKUmL In the treatment of female ills.
I 'our tli. -Every ailing woman in the
United 8ute ia cordially invited to
write to the Lydia E. Ptnkham Medicine
Co, (eonndeatial). Lynn. Maaa. for
apeeialS'tvtee. It is free, will bring you
KM) Coi-srts, new model, nuule or aplen
did nmterialtt. woi'th Uxlay 7.r)e, C(n
nn sale Thui'sdny, mir .. uoj
MM) Sunmiei' Coiik'tg, uwdo of fine inih
iiei, ail kii'k, eiieap ut fl.3, on nc v
Wu n's Kani-y lM(Uivd Klenlt Colored
( opsetH, only a few left, n real $2
i orsrt, while they last, jmir . .
Wo nun's Front Utce Corset,
model, made of splendid ma
teri;ds, 2 valuer, now, pair
THE GLORIOUS FOURTH!
Suit Case Sale
"KORRECT-SHRUNK" WASH SKIRTS
$2.25 to $5.00
Additional arrivals of theso
oxcollont Wash Skirts mako
our assortmont moro com
comploto than ovor.
JCvepy new style feature
every wanted fabi'ie ig in
elntled. The inside belting, as well
as the material, i thorough
ly I'HkSHUrXK, so that
" KOUKWT - SIIKTXK"
wash skirts fit perfectly, no
matter how often laundered.
A complete range of other Wash Skirts iu all mater
ials and sizes, priced up from 1.-1S
200 Ratan and Leather y
Suit Cases, Hand Grips
and Picnic Lunch Boxes Y
on Sale Thursday
Japanese Matting Lunch Doxes
O-i nch. each i5p
I i &aiit. i , -" -
A. . v .a
The" Wirt hinore"
ai-i, many new
st1es, all sizes, leal
alues Up to .tH.
at. each .
I may save your life.
Waists, good as
most 1 val
Up lo irl.lHI val
SUMMER UNDERWEAR and HOSIERY
good quality, spe
Women's 1'nion Suits, all
styles and sizes, QCJ
sptH'ial, eaeh Ouvt
Kayser's Sumniep 'ests,
fine quality, very Q-l nr
sjioeial, eaeh... . v--jw
Hoys' and tiirls' Knit
L'uion Suits, very QC
special, eaeh ddK
KayserV Union Suits, all
si'Ts, very sjKM-ial. fiQ
Infants' Vests, good qual
Women's and Children'
past Black Hose, all
sizes, special, pair
Women's Fiber Silk Hose,
in colors only, very tjfftn
special, pair uuj
Women's extra fine Lisle
Thread Hose, iu black and
white, wear better
than silk, pair .
Children's Half Hose, all
colors and sizos,
very special, jmir
i ial. pair
12-inch, cadi .G9
11 -inch, each. 9S(
125 .Japanese .Matting Suit Cases, witlu
leather corners, a splendid (M AQ
2.5U ease, sjiecial, eaeh pJL.J(j A.
l-inci .Jaiumesc .Matting Suit Cases,
with leather corners and straps, real
value .fo.UO, on sale Thursdav, "9
(itliuiue All-Leather Hand Bags, each,
at $i.9S, ?5.4S and ?5.9S
Clenuine Cowhide Suit Cases, 2-l-inch, X
vwy special, eaeu.... S.dS and ?9.S
See Display in Windows.
MUSLIN UNDERWEAR I
LOT I Women's Fine (Jrade downs,
Combination Suits, Corset Covers,
Skirts and Drawers, real values cft.
up to 75c, special, eaeh...,
LOT 2 "Women's Lingerie Clowns, En
velope Chemise, Coinliiuntiou Suits ami
Skirts, values up to $1.26, sale 70
price, each i Wl
LOT a Beautiful Xew Crepe Clowns,
Combinations. Skirts, Envelope Chem
ise, value up to 1.50, sale price, QO,