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SIEDFOtttf MATL TRTRUNB, rEDFOTlTJ, OttfiflON. FttTDAY. .TTTLY 2ft. 'I01fl
1 l H'W
STATE EDITORS AT
The proRram for tho iiipetlns: of the
IMItorlal asnoclatlon In Med ford, Auk.
4-7, has bcon nnnotineed us follews:
11 n. m. ItoglBtratlon and pay
ment of clues.
1 p. in. Invocation by Dr. T. B.
Ford, district superintendent of tho
Methodist KplHcopal church, Salem;
address of wolcomo; response and an
nual address, President 13. 13. llrodle,
MornliiK Kntorprluc, Oregon City; ap
pointment of committees; "Tho Edi
tor's Wife," Elbert llede, the Senti
nel, Cottage, drove; "Co-operation
llctweon the Publisher and the Col
l'KO of Journalism," Eric W. Allen,
dean of School of Journalism, Uni
versity of Oregon, Eugcno; "The
Publisher and the Merchant," 0. S.
Whltmoro, tho Washington Farmer,
Heattle; "How to Make a Country
Paper Pay," A. E. Voorhels, Dally
Hogue ltlver Courier, (Iratita Pass;
"The Washington Newspaper Field",
Major II. W. Patton, editor of tho
Dally Washlngtotilan, Iioqulam; ad
Journnient at 3 o'clock.
Automobiles will take convention
delegates and their wives over tho
Pacific Highway to tho California
Hlnto line, over tho summit of tho
Hlsklyous and return to Ashland,
"where a banquet will be served in
hlthla park, after which thoy will re
turn to Mcdford.
9 a, m. "Phases of Organization
Work," fl. LaiiHlug Kurd, xtenslon
department, Oregon Agricultural col.
lege; "How Wo Handle Newspaper
Organizations In Washington," Wal
lace D. Jessup, president Washington
State Press association, Bremerton;
"Tho MoHUHumano AVay to Execute
tho Price-cutting Fiend Who Mutil
ates Job Prices and Legal Publication
Hates," O. D. Hamstreet, the Sun,
Shorldan; "Problems of Journallsni,
E. Hofer, Pacific Coimt Manufactur
er, Salem; "Some Dlfforonces In City
and Country Journalism," Lloyd
Itlches, tho Standard, Stanfleld; "Tho
Newspaper as a Rural Community
Developer," 0. J. Taylor, tho Pioneer,
Molalla; "Is It Good Business to In
utall a Linotype In n Ono-Man Of
fice?" W. C. DoPpw, the Criterion,
Lebanon; adjournment for luncheon.
1:30 p. m. Itoport of committees;
annual report of tho secretary, Philip
S. Hates, Paclflo Northwest, Portland;
"Newspaper Ethics," Joseph P. Hur
ley, Washington County News-Times,
Forest Grove; "Partly Libel and Part
ly Label," C. E. Ingalls. Dally Ga-xctte-Tliues,
Advertising," John E. Oratke, Dally
Budget, Astoria; "Why Are So Many
Newspaper Offlcon Dirty?" E. H. Olm-
ntcd, tho Mall, Stuytou; "Standard
Uniform Cost Finding System and Its
Application," John J. Johnck, F. W,
Baltes & Co., Portland; general dis
cission of suggosted topics; election
of officers; adjournment.
SAN FIUN'l'ISCO, .Inly US. Tlios.
J. Mooney, Hooiuliil and labor nsi
lutor and hi wife, Henn, the seventh
and eighth persons under detention as
suspected partiew lo tho ImiiiiI) outrage
of Saturday, were taken iunnedintoly
to the hall of jimtiur- early today up
on their nrrival from Unonicville in
nimtody and examined separately ly
District Attorney Fiekert.
Both, while en route from the
ferry, denied all guilty knowledge of
tho bomb plot. Mooney, who was ne
Jive in the fomenting of n recent at
tempt to hrinjj about n fitrcot ear
strike here, said hk labor rVeoid
would show an unfailing iidlioienen to
pence! ul methods.
Neither mnde any nlleinpt lo cv.tr
plain the bullets, senjp iron and the
dynamite records found in the Atudio
of Mrs. Mooney, who is n musician.
After their arrival nt the hall of jus
tice nt 1 o'clock this nioniinir thov
wero held incoinuiimichdo, us nro nil
(lie other prisoners in tho enso silvj
James J. Hyun, the suspect held lis n
possible author of Ihrentcninjr loiters.
The lochl organization of Indiistrilil
Workers of the World isxucd n writ
ten statement yesterday Hint none of
'the men under arrest was nn I. W. W.
Although District Attorney Fickcit
said yesterday, "we need no confes
sion," it was persistently rumored in
pollpe uircles Hint W. I. Hillings, sus
p.ecled ilynniifiter now under arrest,
ami Israel Weinberg, the jilhey bus
driver, said to hnve hcen. hired to
drive (lie nhiuh planter to safety, hud
Billings was identified yestcidny ns
n man who had been on a roof oppos
ite the preparedness pantile head
quarters before the parade stinted, a
suitcase in his hand.
Billings was identified today by
James Crockett, a former niolunnun,
who knows him, as a mini he' Mlw
standing on top of a building at St
STRIKE FOR PEACE
BERLIN. July 2S. The ninnlfosto
to the working clasnes, luaiietl by tho,;
socialist oxectlvo coinmltteo and the
general commission of labor unions,
appealing against tho strike, which
the leaders of the Llebkncchl branch
of tho sorlallsts aro endeavoring to
organize, reads, ns follews:
"The prolonged war weighs heavily
on all nations and entails great sacri
fices. It severely tests tho endurance
of those nt hoilie and at the front
and It Is natural that 111 feeling and
discontent should develop.
"This situation Is unfortunately
being abused by Irresponsible In
dividuals, who wish to mislead labor
Into resorting to measures which are
not In tho slighted degree adapted
to relieve tho burden, but rather to
Increase It. An attempt Is being made,
through anonymous leaflets which
have been circulating for several
months among members of tho party
and of unions, to sow hatred and
distrust ngalnst the deputies chosen
by the workmen themselves. The
chnrgu launched against these men,
who for years, liavo stood at the head
of the organization of German labor
classes Is that they nro sacrificing
soolallst principles, have disregarded
decisions of German socialist patty
conventions and international con
gresses, have porpretated party
"Such Insinuations and abuso could
bo disregarded If labor simultan
eously was not Instigated to Ill-advised
proceedings and an unscrupu
lous propoganda. conducted for
strikes and mass actions, for which
the unions and tho socialist parly
must dlsclnlm till responsibility.
url and Mnrket Mrei'tn just 1
the bomb exploded there. Crockett
was positive, lie said lie knew Bil
lings, Mooney and Xoliui when they
were active in a Pacific On, & Klcc
tric company strike at one' time.
Crockett said Billings left (ho roof
of Hie oue-.story building just before
the explosion. Crockett was an
agent of u private detective agency
during the I'ncilic Ons iV F.lcotricJ
strike, hired to associate with Moo
ue, Nolan and Hilling, it was snitl.fj
OF COAL CONDITIONS
DENVER, July 'JS.- The federal
government's iucstigntiou into eoal
trade conditions in the west opened
hero today before E. X. Hurley, chnir-
inim of the fedeial trade commission.
More than iifty prominent coal oper
ators, representing the states of
Washington, Montana, Wyoming,
ntiih, Sou Mexico rfifil Cijlorii'ilo, were
Subject to bo taken up include
methods of mining, trade methods, the
financial conditions of the industry
and prciuutmn- taken for the safety
IN TROLLEY RIOTS
NEW YORK, July 28. -The nn
llouol organization of Street Railway
Employes today oontinnnl effort to
unionize all the motormen and con
jduetors of New York City. Its lead
er pifsiicted that if tho street rail
woy e(mip.in did not yield to their
demands in the Hronx and Westrhes
,ter county the strike in tho districts
would 1h spicsd throughout the city.
Officer of the ear men's organisa
tion said Hint arrangements for the
fit; lit iu New York hud lieeu in prog
ress for several mouths and that
fund of $7.10,001) wo oo hand fir
iisi in the event of a yeneml tie-up
on uhHay, surface and elevated
It is estimated Hint mote ttio 1(0)
poisons were .injured in eluidic be
tween stnleljrenkei. and rioters and
the jKilice. Twentv car- were badly
I W. W. MM
HELD FOR MURDER
IH'U'TH, Minn.. July 28. -Ten of
tho- fourteen Industrial Worker of
the World mid one woman, arrested
following the killiug of I)Mity Sher
iff J. C. Myron in the rwent rioting at
lliwabik, are today witiug action
by tho grand jury, having been hold
hy the wuHteiiml court yesterday.
Four who were nevud of having de
liver! inflammatory speeches were
dismissed b the court. Kne i.t those
held nn ih.irvnl unli the miinitr ot
the deputx slu-rilt ,u.. Mie otlm-. ot
having hetu ,i'U--"n- lie re the
WdTH THH GKHMAN ARMY ON
THK RIGA FRONT, July 25, by cour
ler to Uerlln, July 28. Tho Russian
efforts to break the German Hues at
various points on this front, which
the Associated Press corrunhoudeiit
has had an unusually favorable
opportunity of Inspecting personally
in the last few days, have neither
affected the front, nor what Is per
haps equally Important tho morale
of the German troops.
The eorroHpondent has viewed the
great sectors of the front from south
of Kekkau to a point well south of
Fruledrlehtada hat stood on the
trencho amid the devastation of
drum fire of but a few hours orforu
and has talked fieely with the men
ensured. He has also mingled Kith
the troops beblad the front and had
endeavored In every way poiklble, to
find some Indication of falling off In
morale of the fighting spirit
LOSSES ARE HEAVY
WASHINGTON, jv 28. -lnnia
eaunl tolls were ,f l,28(i,,Vl less than
e.xpeiiMs in the year which ended
May III. In the months the eaual was
eloked by slides llw losses muged be
tween .1 10,000 and lyfiAOOl) n
month, totalling for the six months
from Oittohor to 'Mnrch, inclusive,
$.'IHo.,l,f,7. Tolls collected during
May UMiounted lo :itlH,0'.,l, the larg
est montli incc August, lOl.'i,
500 VILLAISIAS TAKEN
BY GENERAL PLANK
MEXICO CITY, July 2S - Flvo
hundred VlllfiUfc hao been captured
In Xncatwas by General Plank, sc
cordlng to reports roeelved hero by
the Koverumeiit. All were glvn nm
CIIICAOt), Julv J3. Ed Wttl-h ot
the Cbixaco White Sox lur-t muhl
turned lifcsiner and rescued two
drowning girU from the lake. After
nurd ho declined to talk ahuitl his
n t, and said he didn't ern know th
names of the girU. the f-c toot
place at a hotel Iwach, ighr6 Walsh
had just dived from a tatt, which
someone a moment later overt uraioV,
throwing its occupants into the Wa
ter. Walsh heard the appeals for help
from the guU mid brought them
afelv to shoie.
WANTED 100 MEN
To do aovm input road work at
Crater Lake Good shoes and
blankets nie requited $1 uo per day
and taiard Klght houri worK
sa cfHflT O.il.U
The powder dutolve In water.
RlchMdk, Malted grain extract in powder.
For Infanta, Invalids ard growing children.
Pura nulntion.upbuildiog th whole body,
Invforatca nuulng mother, and lb aged.
FUNSTOr; ASKS $5t,tM
FOfl 0AD IN MEXICO
I i i a
SAN ANT'lNUi. fix.. ,Inl .'8 -GiUeral
l-mi-tnii b.i. iPinrted to the
or (lepiirliiii nl In- i eoiiiu.i tnl itiou
that l'(l,ll!lll Ik m hi .hi iilniilding
and lepairmu (ii Ml 'i -.lun-'- -up
load; lioiu ( oltiiiilnis, N. M., to
('Ionia Diiblan, H beeaine known to
Mr. Stout of Cnlil'oiniu, uveiil fur
u ueu ugi (cultural school ehiirt, wuh
inlerxiewing some of the members of
our sehool board Monday.
The whooping cough, which hits
rnged through almost every family in
the neighborhood, is proving to be of
no light form. Somo of the older
members us well as the younger ones
are sulferitig ftom tho mnlndy.
The senson for grain is much later
than usual and very little has so fur
fleorge Lyman and family spent
Saturday in Medfoid.
Mr. W. ('. Kinney visited Thurs
day in Central l'int. She was no
eompntiied home by her son nnd
W. A. Troshum nnd yon Urtrry wero
on u fishing excursion to Kite orcek
Snturday nnd Sunday and returned
with no more fish than they could
dispose of to themselves.
H. C. Wilson was visiting Satur
day and Sunday iu Med ford.
Mrs. J. R. Cook nnd Miss Lolctn
lloiighnm were shopping in Medfotd
J. I,. Ncnlo'n wns doing business
through our precinct Wednesday.
Mrs. Hamilton ot! Medfurd nnd
family accompanied by Mrs. IT. ('.
Keutner, motored through our pre
Quote a commotion wns experienced
on tho Scott ranch last week from a
grass fire, but xvilh the aid of near
by neighbors it soon resulted iu no
more diimnge than n small loss of
II. I. 1'elton visited in Mcdford on,
The Young IkeopleV Christian Ku
deinor society met at the home of
Mr. and Mrs.' Frank Dernier in West
l'lioenix Inst Friday 'Veniiig. After
n business meeting u social session
was heltl. Tho meeting was xvell nt-
I tended and a general good time re
Mls Jessie Olson of Medford wns
a guest of Mrs. II, II. Corliss lust
S. C. Huntor linR n fine stnnd of
Mrs. Ilewes of Santn Imrlmrn, who
hns been visiting nt the homo of her
brother, Mr. Gammill, is at prosent in
Ilorubrook visiting friends thoro.
Daniel Calhoun, Clnrenec Hunter,
George Hartley nnd Frank lllossing
returned from n camping trip to Ap
plegnto Inst Thursday.
Mrs. J. 11. Webster was n Alert ford
visitor last week.
Mr. and Mrs. H. II. Corliss, Ony
Corliss and Webster Corliss or l'orl
laud motored to Sams Valley on Sun
duy and spent the day with Hamil
ton Fox nnd fniuily.
Mrs, Dave Walker was in Ashland
one day last week.
Mr. Fish Iiuh recently opened up
the old irrigation ditch from Coleman
creek, which has hcen in disuse for
Webster Corliss attended the .Hig
man Nu dancing parly ut Ashland
Indigestion. One package
nroves it 25c at all druggists.
INTEIIURIJAN ACTOOAK CX),
Leave Mcdfora tor Ashland, Talent
and Phoonlz dolly, excopt Sunday, at
8:00 a. m., 1:00, 2:00, 4:00 and 5:16
p. m. Also on Saturday at 11:15 p.
m. Sundays leave at 8:00 and 10:30
a. m. and 1:00, 2:00, 5:30 and 9:30
p. m. Leavo Ashland for Medford
dally, excopt Sunday, at 0:00 a. m..
1:00, 2:00, 4:00 and 0:16 p. in. Alio
on Saturday nights at 0:30 and
2:20. Sundays loavo Ashland at 9:00
a.m. and 1:00, 4:30, 6:30 and 10:30
TWO TRIPS DAILY
S. If. Harnlnh'fi nnto will loavo
Eaclo Point at 8 A. M. and 1 P. M.
dally, except Sunday; leavo Mcdford
9 A. M. nnd 5 P. M. Will call for
passonKora nt hotels In Medford and
hotels and business houaoa In Eagle
P1IONB .1-X2 OH .l-Xft.
New Daily Except Sunday.
Howard's Auto Line
Ashland and Klamath Falls
Ashland Reservations Hotel
Pake earlv car Valley 'Auto
Line for Ashland connee-
Tt 's a fine thing to gain this end in an enjoyable,
The food one eats should not only contain the
maximum of body, nerve and brain building quali
ties, but should rate high as an appetizer.
is unique in both these properties. Made of whole
wheat and malted barley, it retains the wonderful
nutriment of these grains, including their mineral
elements which are vital for health. At the same
time CI rape-Nuts is a delicious food-, possessing u
natural sweetness combined with a delicate malt
Served with cream, or good milk, Grape-Nuts
is ideal for children and grown-ups, building and
maintaining the system for tho demands of life iu a
pleasant, enjoyable way.
"There's a Reason"
Clroeers everywhere sell (1 rape-Nuts.
Crater Lake Auto Line
Our Auto Stage is making regular trips lo Crater
Lake. Leave red ford at 8:30 a. m. on Monday,
"Wednesday and Friday. Three or moro passengers
can go any day for regular round-trip fare. Passdn
gers carried to all side points when atuos aro not
filled with through passengers. Round trip to 0;'a-
tor Lake and return $10.50; one way, $8.75. Phono
00 for seat reservations.
HALL TAXI CO.
rararaVfaaw7 iaiaaaaajaaTajvraiBa .jjyaaajsjajB
it on hand.
Naedt no cooking Keep
Th Original Food Drink for all ages.
More nourishing thin tea, coffee, etc,
In tho home, orat Hotel and Caei.
Sutlitut cot YOU Same Pile.
I hereby wish to announce to all my patrons that I have
sold out my place of business the JOHNSON'S CAFE
to Messrs. Heinze and Youngstrom. Thanking you all
for past patronage and pleasant business relations, I am,
. .;' MRS. FARLEY JOHNSON
Wishing and trying to be able to keep up the good name
of the Johnson Cafe, and by courteous service, cleanliness
and well cooked and tasty food, we hope to gain the good
will and confidence of the public; and by your kindest
support ate looking forward to success and your own sat
isfaction, We are at your service
einze CAFE; HOLLAND