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BEDFORD SIATG TRIBUNE, MEDFORD OREGON, THURSDAY, JULY 22, 1915.
PXGE THREE 1. TK!' ' AID FOR HUERTAS MEXICAN PLOTS HUM GUATEMALA . GALVESTON, Texas, July 22. Support from President Manuel Ks trmla Cabrera o Qiiatemala fur tlic plnns of General .Vietorinno lluortn and iisslstnnfs for in-establishing control of nffalrg in Md.Vico was .pledged as early as liiijt February, according to La Vox Do La Itcvolu cion, a newspaper of Morula, Mexico, ropies of which were ieceied today. Tliis rJublioation prints wliat pur ports to Ho letters from President Cabrera, to General Hucrta. In ono of these letters President Cabicra is ciunjetl as Miying: "It does not appear difficult to mo to conciliato tlio revolutionary ele ments Ro uoitliil.vpcrsoiufictl in you. Ah ruler and in my privato capacity, you may count on my aid in nnv pos sible way to triinqiiilizo Mexico. I tun suro you will Wet no opposition in Chiapas or TnbWuo, hi carrying out this great business." Another Cabrera letter, nddcpsed to .Torgo Vera Kstanol at Los An peles, after outlining offers of as kistanco simihir to thu foicgoing says : "Permit mc to stiggcHt that a number of Geimau officers bo nnmed as instructors, as 1 liao them bore, and which, in my case, were very ef fective in establishing a nucleus of tin in my." KL PASO, Texas, July 22. Gcn cial Villa's main army at Torreon ngnin is threatened, this tiino from two hides, if reports reaching Cnr riumi agents here aio true. Ad vance, guards of Qeiu'rnl Obregon's tinny luno engaged Villa's outposts at La Colorado, Zacatecas (!." miles north of Zacatcciis on the railway and about twice that dihtnnco south of Ton con. .laciuto Trovino also is reported to have moved westward from Monterey to San Pcdio Do Las Columns, about GO miles northeast of Torreon, whoio hkinnishing is icportcd to have taken place. STOLE $10,000 GEMS OAKLAND, Cnl., July 22. Fred crick Cnrs, an IS year old Gorman, Declined of ttenllni; diamonds valued at 110,000 from the Chicago homo of Mrs.vWm. Solltf, w(o of a president of a motion picture corporation, Is under arrest today, and according to the police, has confcuseri. Ho left his nntivo town of Wohr- ' dun, Germany, Just boforo the com meiH'cmont of the war with n deslro to see ttio Panama-Pacific exposition. He arrived u Chicago lmnnlletm and eventually secured a position In the Sol Ik hoiiHohnld. So eager was ho to obtain monoy to continuo his travels, lio said, ho sold tlio gems for 300 In Chicago aim nnsioncu west. NEVILLE AT GOLF CLHVKLANH, July 22. New Saw jerV remarkahlo pln.Miig easily lea tu ml thi morning's round of todnyV match play in the woxUirn amsteur golf championship tournament. Saw or was leading Jack Noiillc, Oak land, Cnl., ten up at the end of the 18 holes. Saw) or holed out on all but one shot where his ball was but two inches fiom tlio hole and lu medal scoto was 72, cciiinlling the low mark set bv W. C. Fownes, Jr., of Pittsburg, Tuesday. Sawjer went out in HI, , tlueo hlrokes under par. IIo uuido the nine holes in with a card of 38. ALBERTA BECOMES DRY BY A TWO TO ONE VOTE KDMONTON, Alborta, July 22 Hy a majority of almost two to-one. tho provlnco of Alborta, In a jdoblH clto voto under tho now direct legis lation act, today declared In faor of tho proposed liquor act, prohibit ing tho salo of liquor throughout tho jiiovinco. All tho cltlos oxqopt Lethbrldgo, ivon dry, Edinonton .showing a ma jority of 3C00 and Calgary about 3300 Tho new liquor prohibition act goes Jnta effect 3uly 1, 1916. VILLA" SMAINARMY DOUBLYTHREATENED SCENE FROM PARAMOUNT FEATURE ATTRACTION "BUCKSHOT JOH N" TONIGHT ONLY AT THE STAP, BLuTBolTof " " iii in 1915-16 ISSUED Secretary of Stale Hen Olcott has just issued the 1015-1(1 Stale Hluo Hook and official directory. The publication is the most complete yet issued, and is tho first issued under state statute, tho other issues being voluntary compilations of Mr. Olcotl's. Tho functions of tho several slate, district and county ofliccrs, ns well as of the various 'slate institu tions, departments, boards and com missions, nnd'other information per taining to tho state and federal gov ernments is Jit public interest. In addition to the matter included in prior editions which ns well has been brought down to Juno 1, 3010, thero is included a sketch of tlio for mation of tho ently provisional gov ernment at Chnmpoeg bv Geo. II. I limes, of the Oregon Historical so ciety; mi outline map of the state giving the ar.cn by counties, together with a classified statement of the lauws within tho state; ipialificatious of inters; tables showing the popu lar and electoral vote for president in 1012; population of the several states In decade; table giving date of the next general election, date of uet legislative session, limit of ses sions iud pay and tonus of office of senators and rcpioontntivcr in nil statos; principal stalo officers of other states; names and terms of of fice of, the various stnto officers liom the fonpation of the provisional government to date, as well as the names of nil newspapers ami poxt otficcs in the slate. I 'pon request copioii, without charge will be supplied lb any tesi dent of Oiegon. Address Hen V. Olcott, Secietarv ot Stale, Salem. SALK.M, Oie., Julv 2-'. Slate Kn gineor Lewis has issued a permit to tho Kogue Kiver Publio Sen ice Cor poration for the irrigation of 12,010 noion in the vicinity of Orantb Puss. It is proposed to divert tho water from the Itoxuc river by moans of a lafn 2(1 feet hiyh. located in section 1.1, township .'I.') south, raime vct. It is estimated that tho witks will cost .11115,000. Mr. Lewis has issued a poimit to Frank H. Snider for the npitroprin tioii of wator in Hood river lor elec tric lightning. PEPARING FOR A BIG COUNTY FAIR Tho. Jnokou Couiilv Fuji' director, have held several meetings lately and aro busy fixing their piemiiim MM and getting it ready to publish. They will hioieaso tho premiums on horses, cattle and hogs and will have liberal premiums on all other stock, poultr.i, fruits, vegetable, grains, j.rriie mkI all other products of fa nil, orchard, garden, homo, mine, etc. Thero will ho lost, hnruus rutting and more nice for the eountrv lmro galloper, etc., thin ear and more money spent on special attractions Arrangements will no doubt be mado for a good ball pi me and a re lay race for eaoh day. Start now to help boost for the fair and to prepare exhibits for the same. Last Thursday Talent suffered from tho second firo within tho past month when tho carpenter shop and box factory of Froman & High burn ed. Tho firo stnrted from an exhaust of n gnsollno motor which furnished tho power for tho factory. l)y tho tlmo tho hoso carts arrived tho firo mado such great ljoat that It was Impossible to get closo enough to tho burning building for tho small forco of water, available to roach tho flames. In fact It was a difficult task to keop tho firo from spreading to nearby buildings. A few carpen ter tools and a typovvrltor was about nil that was saved, tho machinery which constituted tho greatest loss bol'ng tco heavy (ojnovo. Tho building wns owned by John Cnmoron. who was nt ono tlmo n resident of Talent, but now Is residing near Central Point. Tho building was heavily Insured but tho machlnory was without lusur- nn co.: Froman & High wcro working In tho building when tho firo started and at ono tlmo bad It under control nnd would linvo succeeded In entirely ex tinguishing tho flames had It not been for tho fact that l'roinan's clothing caught Just nt tho critical moment. It required tho attention of both men to savo Froman from burning and In the meautlmo tho firo had spread In the building to such an extent that it was usoIcbb to fight It. Froman was qutto badly burned, his clothing being snturntcd with oil from tho mach inery. Ho Is reported us getting along nicely. Tno old wood shed nnd fonco nt tho IlnptlHt church aro being torn down and romoyed making n great Improvement about the place. Dr. McFaddeu loll Monday for Ills homo In Dulutli, Minnesota. Oro Wlthrow c.uue nvr from Klamath Falls Saturday accompanied by his cousins Mr. nnd Mrs. O. L. Drown. They returned tho follow ing ovnlhg, going over tho Green Spring mountain. Vendor Sluls nnd Hurgnn had nn caily eiistomor Sunday morning. bout 3 o'clock Hob Wilcox who wus inslcep In tho storo wns awakened by tome ono nt tho roar door. Tho door was opou but tho screen wns latched. Tho ninn without cut tho screen and lifted tho latch with tho Intention of going In. Hut when Hob nroso direct ly In front of him his plans were quickly changed, Hob hnrdly awnk called tho town marshal who carno down hurriedly nnd togolhor thoy mado a Hcarch, but found no ono on tho streets. Thy discovered o Ford which had gotten In from Klamath Falls Into tho night before The ra diator being hot they thought tho car hclongod o tho hurglnr. Tho two men watched tho car In vain. 'Mr. and Mrs. C. V, Lohinnn re turned homo Monday accompanied bv Mr. Iohmnnn's sister, Miss Katlo. Thoy havo been visiting In tho north ern pnrt of tho state tho past month. Mr. Lehman-took over tho Soiithorn Pacific agoncy horo estorlay. V. C. Proudflt who has ben acting as rellof agent during tho absenco of Mr. Lehinann will lcavo "Wednesday for Creswell, Oregon, whoio ho will rallevo tho agout thero. Talent's voluntoor firo department has had two firo drills recently bo sldos tho two roal things. LnBt Sat urday tho alarm wns given and the carts brought nut after which tho firo was dlscnvorejl to ho a fako, tho fonco In the rear of Jeff Hell's lot hav ing caught hut was easily extinguish ed with n garden hoso. Again Monday evening tho alarm was given by some small boys and the carts rushed to the scene of tho firo which was a little dry grass burning near the Smith place. E XPRESSCOMPANIES GIVEN PERMISSION E WASHINGTON, J.Hv 22,-The in terstate Commerco Commission de cided today that the revenues of tho principal express x companies of the United Stntes lire iniide'nunto and modified its fonncr onlcrs to pro vide additional income. The fnbrio of the present oxpn'ss rntos is composed of three- faotors:: An nllownnco of 2 Ocents for collec tion nnd delivery of each shipment which docs not vary with weight or distanco; nrail terminal nllownnco of 25 cents per 100 pounds, which vnr ics with the weight but not with the distance, nnd the rail IrntiRportntion rate per 100 pound winch varies with tho weight, tho distance nnd (he zone. In accordance with the petition of the companion, tho commission modi fied its order to pennit transporta tion of the first nnd second factors. Tho offcct.ia to in.yreasQ.tho collct!: tion and dclivory allowance five cents for each shipment and to reduce tho mil terminal allowance nt the rate of ono twentieth of ono cent n pound. As tho weight in crcaso the five cent increnso is gnuliinlly reduced so Hint on shipments of more thiiu 100 pounds tho rc-ndjitstmcut will not mnke nny ehiinge. SiibMunliully no commodity rules will he affected. In all events nny change in tho rates will, with few exceptions, bo sub stantially lower than thoso prevail ing when tho commission established tho zono system in February, 101 1. Hy that means the express com panies aro expected to inercaso their gross revenues about .'1.8(1 per cent. Thu commission's report shows that the net opcniting revenues of tho four big companies havo decreased to a deficit of $1,1112,811 in tho yeurs 19M-101G nnd in tho snmc period operating income decreased $2, M0, 803. The commission declined to change tho busis of rates-in ono No. 1, Iho territory oast of Iho Mississippi nnd north of tho Ohio nveis. Fini Help for Expectant Mothers A tliiM)Ie ntit H in iternnt remnJr known nd uil mcmufully by women CTfrywluc for generation. It l called "Mollicr'j Friend" nnd Ii fold In oil tint tore. It l applied exlernnllr. nrdn ntnut the flfth month. The mucle nre rondo nrm and pllnnt, cxpmilon wme without strain, Iho nenes nre rellnred of trnlon and thorouth coin foil Ii rn)nyrd, Don't fall to t a hottlo of llher, Krleml ' tod)r Sold bjr ilniftirliU everywhere Write for valuable honk, mil free by nnilflcld HffU Utnr Co., mi 'amir !.. Allnnf.i, On. rvU-V V-'wf. w& IZMS If-f Ht V? j (1 TO INCREAS kkkkkkkk! daintv lK'i then V t t r f WASHABLE Vi on full, trraeeful ' syzo shank pearl hultons, made wilh doiaehahle belts, with !"::;k'?;("Sr::::!i!idt "ib!i $4.95 to $7.50 and natty i)oekets, priced Have Yoiir New Corset Fitted By An Expert Corsetiere t A? A? Demonstration all this vfcok hy Mrs. Morris rcp- f resenting the Bon Ton and ? Koyal AVorecster Corsets, tt showing tho now models in theso popular Corsets, Priced reasonable and nl V lered to fit. i X A SAVINa ON DRUG SUNDRIES Imported Castile Soap 19c Colonics Shavlrca Powder 20c Large Bottle Peroxide . . 12c Cutlcura and Pears Soap . 21c Darjdrtt and Runsdclls Cream .20c Palm Olive Soap 8c Pczzonl Rice Powder 10c Extract Witch Hazel 9c Dr. Lyon's Tooth Powder . 19c f f f I I t 5 TT 5 - - FACT! o e Deliberate Choice of the Great Body of American Sportsmen Nowhere else in the whole field of sport do you find the like '2$$! Oil It i Y" a TTlTI v kJ oi tne strong puoiic opinion This RcminKton-TJMC public opinion has been growing for ninety-nine years, rnrtly is it duo to tho achievements of Itcmington-UMC in tho design or construction of Anns and Ammunition, Hut bnck of these achievements standi the fnct that your American is the mont practical-minded sportsman in tho world Sold by your home dealer and 645 other leading merchants in Oregon Remington Arms-Union Metallic Cartridge Co?'J t ' , Woolworth Dulldlnc, 233 Droadvrny, New York City r'i Clean and oil your gun with RESf OIL, ttdu SoUtnt, LubiUant, Kutt fitetntmtU rms Md KrtVt Neat Summer Wash Dresses For Warm Weather Wear All thai is new, in material and style, ninty tlirt'i' l.ior ruffle druses, 'es eeinlly made" for Misses eaf, "and loo there are the ulainer stvles of lawns, linens and voiles. G"ari)ierits that are eool and summery for the hot days of July and 'August. Prices $4.95, $6.50, $7.95, $9.50 VELVET CORDUROY SKIRTS line. trimnifMl willi fiiu.Kf h,.ip , - tanw NEW VAL LACES A fortunate purchase of beautiful Valencien nes Laces enable us to offer some wonderfully good values in neat. patterns. Each lot rep resents values in excess of tho figures they aro marked, on sale at per yard C 8C IOC CREPE DE CHINE WAISTS '$i;98 Come in the wide stripes, also plain white and flesh, Jong or short slcevs, two style collar, any size, a waist worth to $13.50. j' j J--5 5 j t in iavor oijwmington-u.iY.iL and Uia moat loyal to tho arms and ammunition that give him tho crvice j "0 knows ho ought to havc, f IIo it is who is holding un the han&i of tho Rcminnton-UMC dealer making the lledllall Mark of Remingion-UMu S tho Sign of Sportsmen's Headquarters in your town. a ,y VSBS Immmitioiv W 'Ttm V t ? T t t t ? I , 7 t ctvi k i?a Snip V staynd' Aai Bd,c i FOX TROT TIES Just'received by express today those new Crone do Ohine Fox Trot Tics shown with both cord and pearl slides in purple, emerald, lAlico pink, coral, apricot, mais, tan, black and white. SILK SHADOW ALL OVERS For waists, sleeves and yokes, nothing promises to be more popular than Silk Shadow All-overs. We have theso in stock .11 inches wide, white, cream and black, priced, special n ,,ml $1.35 THE MAY CO. v W fflf m Vi