Medford mail tribune. (Medford, Or.) 1909-1989, April 03, 1922, Page 6, Image 6

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TED THYE WILL
WRESTLE RAY AT
G. HILL APR. 11
- Tho Gold Hill Boxinir commission
will irtage (U first iimokcr in several
tnontha next Tuesday cveninn, April
11th, when Ted Thy of Portlitnd will
wrwrtln Tom itnjr. Thyo will weigh
101. Kay 170. pounds, and the win
ner of tho comh.it will b matched
With Ralph Hand. Hay la a proteite
Of Parmer Duma, nnd la a touch bird
to throw. .
A preliminary will be a boxing bout
between Johnny Carlson and a Tort
land boxer thru Thyo will bring down
with him. . He has been commission
ed to plok out somebody who will
Itlvo tho Carlson boy a struggle.
Tho Oold Hill commission expects
to ' civ a number of wrratllnR and
boxinir matches durins the Kprlnx
and summer, one ohject helnc to put
Ulph Hand up In tho ranks, by hav
ing him meet the best wrestlers on
tho coast, one contestant being Mike
Yokel of Salt Lake City. '
HIGHEST COAL RECORD
.WASHINGTON'. A:.ril 3. A produc
ttott of 11,437.000 tons tho highest
recorded since, a week' In December,
19J(V waa reached in the bituminous
coai Industry during the week ended
March 25, according to figures com-
piled by the geoloRlcal survey. "First
activity in anticipation of the strike,"
was said to have been largely respon
sible for the heavy output.
"Thin confirms the survey's forecast
that stocks In the hands ot consumers
woBld reach 35.000.OOO tons by April
1." the statement said, adding that at
least 3.000,000 tons of the production
of tho last reported week would be
added to reserves.
TOO revolvers, 39 machine Runa and
500,000 rounds oi rulo ammunition,
together with a small quantity of ex
plosives, it was stated In the houee
of commons today by Winston
Churchill, secretary for tho colonic.
It was announced earlier that the
adm'ralty had cute red an Inquiry iuto
the 8eleure.
A Dublin dtepatcu Sunday r.iris
an account ot tho parade tt the Dub
lin battalion of the Irish republican
army, when more than 3,000 men
marched nvav tn Krntr h'Ul'l un.l !
took an oath of alllglanco to the re
public, quoted a statement by Kodr
Ick O'Connor, one of the louden of
the republican movement in connec
tion with this selt u re.
Mr. O'Connor In adde.r!nn the
men declnrtd that Mchard Muloaliey.
the Dall Klreann mllntser oi di-tenso,
had caused the seizure of the repub
lic. army's munitions and erenade
factories In Dublin and elsewhere acd
that the republicans had replied to
this by selling at Cork a Ilrttlsh ship
loaded with explosives.
Soldiers Desert Government
DUBLIN, April 3. (Ily Associated
Fress.) Official figures given out to
day 8 how that 322 men left the five
Dublin battalions of the Irish republl
can army yesterday afternoon, march
ing to smithfield where they took an
oath of allegiance to the republic free
ing themselves from any further re
sponsibility to the Doll Eireann.
MVLUNGAR, County West Meath
April 3. An Incident from which sen
Rational events ore expected occurred
here today when 100 free state troops
marched to the gates of the barracks
occupied by the Irish republican army
Adherents of Eamonn DoValera and
were refused admission.
LLOYD GEORGE MAKES APPEAL
(Continued from Page One)
BELFAST, April 3. John Mallon.
answering a knock at the door of his
home in Bkegoniel avenue last night
was confronted by a gang of men who
asked If his son was In the house.
Upon replying in the negative. Mallon
waa shot dead. A bomb thrown into
the bedroom in tho house ot John
Simpson in Arlington street wounded
two children, aged 3 and 6.
MINERS BLAME OPERATORS
(Continued from Page One)
not know who will succeed us, hut i
Would like to utter a word of kiudly
warning:
"Whoever succeeds us will find it
Impossible in the present state of
Europe to go on without conferences.
The world is embattled, bruised and
crushed that the cure will be a slow
ope and will need many consultations
cf its leadiag physicians."
' One ot the mo3t esentisal problem
to a dealt with, continued Mr. I-loyd
George," was the restoration of tho
machinery . of International trade.
He adduced soma figures - on this
tradt. pointing out how vital it was
to Great Britain and continued:
'One of the first thins that will
have to be attempted at Geuo is the
restoration of exchanges. '
Exchanges, continued the premier
must be stabilized at a maintainable
figure which must the;efore b-i con
stituted on a reliable bas.s of Inter
pol tonal commrce. Ti'i nations
nust be induced to balance their bud
get at otherwise the currency wouM
b- debased and the divergencies in
exchange become wider. This as a
patter, he si'd, whero pressure
could he exercised by an international
conference of 'the leading ministers
of tbo various nations.
Piscussing tb- question of near) in
Russia and "pearn witn Riasia," Mr.
Lloyd George said rtuwia could not
get capital without securing toufi-
Cence and interpal as we' I as e::ict
nal peace. Germany could not fully
pay ber reparations until Russia was
restored, be declared, and KtiMla
must recognize all the conditions im
posed upon and expected of civllud
communities, as a test ot her fitueas
for entering the community of ra
tions. j
miners from each state herein repre
sented. together with the interna
tional officers or the United Mine
tt orkers' organization.' .
Claim Breaking Faith.
. "The mine workers of the country
believed thnt the coal operators sign
ed the agreement In food faith, but
we now una mat mey contumaciously
refuse to live up to their agreement.
They have refuwd point blank to do
as they agreed they would do. If they
refuse to liquidate their financial
obligations, it would be no more dis
honorable than their refusal to keep 4
their solemn agreement with tho
mine workers.
"On two occasions since the month
of December, 1921. the operators
have been formally Invited by tho
mine workers representatives to meet
In joint conference at a designated
time and place for the purpose indl-1
rated In the agreement. On each oc
casion our Invitation has been re
P. H. Penna of Indiana, the chief
spokesman for the coal operators ot
the central competitive field in an In-1
IRISH ARMY ON RAMPAGE
(Continued from Page One)
declared the meeting adjourned in
the interest ot peace.
Britifth Ship Seized
' LONDON', April 3. (By the Asso
elated Press.) The Britten ordnance
steamer Upton which was seized off
the Irish coast last week by raiders,
who stowed its cargo away in som
unknown place, contained 400 rifles,
not 20,000, as had been reported:
tervlew said:
I cannot deny that our refusal to !
meet is a violation of our agreement.'
"In the face of such brazen and
uncompromising amiuae on tne part
of the coal operators the mine work
ers had no alternative but to quit
their work when tho agreement ex
pired and await the making of
another agreement. It is particu
larly unfortunate that hundreds ot
thousands of men must be withdrawn
from the industry to the detriment of
the social and economic well-being of
our country before a lolnt conference
can be held and an agreement ne-1
gotlated. The responsibility muHt
clearly rest upon the shoulders of the
coal operators. Their attitude should
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riKuiiuujr uriun uuwn upon inem m i
iiujrai raffugauun ol an ouiragea
citizenship.
The public can follow its own rea
soning In defining the motives of the
operators. Whether It be their mere
Kordld desire to enrich their already
teeming coffers, or whether It be
their futile hope to destroy the Unit
ed Mine Workers of America nnd
beat the miners backwardj It la
equally reprehensible,
"The -mine workers arc stilt ready
to meet the operators at any time
such a meeting Is possible."
PINE BLUFF, Ark., April 3. Fire
destroyed the main sawmill of the
Arkansas Short Leaf Lumber company
here early today with a loss of $500,'
000.
Now Showing! '
WANDA HAWLEY
in
"THE HOUSE TH AT
JAZZ BUILT"
Ponrhym SUnlaws has taken Sophie Kerr's Saturday
Evening Post story, "Sweetie Peach," ami with Wanda Haw
ley in the leading' role luw piloted the dimpled star tlirougli'
the hettt thing she has done. '
f COMING WEDNESDAY
. WALLY EEID in "THE WORLD'S CHAMPION"
RIALTO
'Wine
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New McCall Iniicrn S:M)2
New Spring Cottons
Make Up Prettily
Wash dressos can bo run
up in a jiffy, especially
since vou can use tbe sim
pler "Printed" Pattern
and a delightfully varied
wardrobe of (linRhanm,
Printed Voiles, Chambray,
Dotted Swisses and Organ
dies, mav be vnui's ftr onlv
a t riffling cost.
UNWEAVE WHITE
. GOODS
"Mien you buy Linweaye
Wiite Fahri s you assure
yourself of the best in
quality and priec.
36 inch plain Sheer Lin
weaves 49 '
40 inch plain Sheer Lin
weaves 50S 69, 79
36 and 40 inch Fanev Sheer
Linweaves 39. 49, 59
to $1.25
OEQANDIES
We have on sale pure
Swiss Pennanent Finish
Organdies, Plain White
or colors $1.25
VOILES
40 Inch Voiles 49c
These arc wonderful val
ues, come in dark grounds
with small figures. Two
grades only, 49 and 65
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Laces for Lingerie
. Sheer materials, wheth
erfrocks, or "undies"
arc made prettier by laeey
trimmings.
For the dainty little
touches for babv's clothes
or summer dresses, there
are suitable widths of in
sertions or edgings.
LACES AND EMBROID
ERY .
1000 yards Laec............5
1000 vards Lace 7
1000 "yards Laee '. 10
Embroideries for all kinds
of undcixcar trinnning,
, 10 to 50 yard .
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Notions
Here's an opportunity to ;
replenish your sewing has-
ket with the necessary
sewing helps and to keep
on hand those needed but
tons, hooks and eyes, snap
fasteners for "mending"
days.
Elite Dress Snaps, 2 cards
5
Sewing Needles 8
Pearl Buttons, doz 5$
Crochet Cotton ,.10
Pias Tapes, all qualities
and width.
G spools Cotton 0. K T.
Thread 25
This event opens a week of s'avings for women who ew, Ma
terials were specially purchased in quantity and therefore
lower priced; other merchandise is markedly reduced in
order to be included in this offering.
Now that shelves are full and counters piled high with splen
did variety of Yard Goods, you can plan home sewing and be
sure of carrying out your ideas to the last detail, in the most
economical way. That is, if you make your visit to this Store
on the first day of the Home Sewing Week Sale. There is no
telling how long the materials can be kept in this variety or
how quickly the items will vanish. It's better to be here when
the doors open!
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How you Can Have An Entire Wardrobe at a Trifling Cost
More than ordinary savings are represented in this colo tion of Yard
Goods. Any one of the items are a good "buy" a' value that will allow
vou to enlarge your home seeing plans. When you can tw a simplified
Pattern that is "printed" to help you make up beautiful materials you
may have, an sent ire wardrobe with i he utmost variety .
FANCY WOOLENS
Pig assortment of Plozer Flannels
and fancy striped Woolens for
'skirts. '
27 inch Plozer striped Flannels
$1.89
54 inch Striped Skirtings $2.25
$2.49, $3.50
IMPORTED TISSUES
We have just received a wonderful
assortment of Batiste Imported
Gingham Tissues 98 to $1.25
NAINSOOKS AND LONG
CLOTHS
Japanese Nainsooks 39, 45S
49 59, G5
All 10 inch and fast permanent
finish.
BLACK AND WHITE CHECKED
WOOLENS
neautiful Sbephertl Checks, 40 inch
to 54 inch.
Special $1.39, $1.50, $1.98
Now, Quicker, More Successful Sewing: With This New
McCall Pattern, "Ifs Printed"
The puzzling
old-styln
pattern
Tho clivss
pictured l
made with
New McTl '
rat tern 2,.14
"It's printed
mmr.
The simple,
new "IVInted"
I'uttern .
' Anyone, even women who have never scwetl before, find that with the
New,"' Printed" 'Pattern it is simple to make clothes and have tliem smart.
Those who .ire experienced in sewing know that the New McCall Pat
tern, "it's printed" helps them to keep the style lines and the fit of a dress
aeciu'ate. That is why Home Sewing has become moro successful. That
too, is why, this Spring women are planning to turn - more of the pretty,
new fabrics into smart clothes. , ' 1 '
New M( all I'Mltern Sill
New Fabric for
Fashionable Clothes
The new knitted ma
terials, the Crepe silks,
Crcpcknit, Trelainc,
Tweeds nnd Wool Tricot
are well suited for making
tbe latest sport styles that"
come in the easy to use,
new "Printed" Pattern.
40 inch Crepe D.e Chene
$1.39
Tli is i a splendid heavy
silk, comes in 50 different
shades and colors.
HcgiilariJl.Tri. Sale $1.39
Crepe Canton $1.74
A heavy crepe for dresses
and skirts Navy, brown,
taupe, plum, white.
Uegular 2.00. Sale $1.74
Messaline Satins $2.74
Every shade for spring
and summer. Full 'M
inches wide.
Hegular flOO. Sale $1.74
How Will You Make
Your New Spring
Clothes?
He sure and know the
Spring and advanced Sum
mer styles before you plan
your new wardrobe.
Yon can get a well
rounded idea of the va-rietv-jof
new st vies for
Shirts, Evening, After
noon, and Every day
wear from the New Mc
Call Quarterly.
New McCall Quarterly, 25c
Trimmings Give
Style Touches
If you want to give this
season's st vie to dresses
you make, use new fringes,
ruf flings, braid nnd bended
trimmings. Peasant De
signs in colored embroid
eries arc smart for frocks
and blouses.
Organdy Trimming Braids
in ro'se, eopen, tan, greeiU ,
Narrow or wide 29
Sticker.- Braids in all
colors ....12 up
Big line of. Finishing
Braids. ' , .
Ginghams and
Percales
3(5 Inch Percales in light
colors. Special 18
3(5 inch Percales iu dark
colors. Special 19
27 inch Ginghams, new
patterns ..: 15 '
32 inch Ginghams, fine
Zephyrs-: 39
32 inch Imported Tissues
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32 inch Jap Crepo A A A
quality 35