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Library i MEDFORD MAIL TRIBUNE FORECAST FA IK TON IO I IT AND TOMOHHOW WAILMUtt WEATHER Minimum Ycstcrihiy 70; Minimum Today J.1. Fortv-nlith Tp. MEDFORD OKIWOX. TtKsDAV, ,UTLY TH, 101H nnllv Klfvrntli Tmr. NO. 100 J ' i Cl I .$ 4 Ii ALOES WIN VICTORIES ON ALL FRONT! Russians Drive Teutonic Forces Across Liua in Volhynia British Carry New Thrust Forward on Half-Milc Front Germans Re- cover Ground at Blachcs From the French and Arc Repulsed at Ver dunAllies Bombard Saloniki. ' I'KTItQMUI), July 18.-A llu ninn victory ovor Teutonic forces in Hoiithorn Volhynia linn reunited in tluiir being driven across tho river Lipu unit beyond tlutt stream, ayn a war office MMteinoiit iwued today. Indication aio, tho stutoinunt adds, tlmt tlio retreat wua effected in tlio groulotit disordor. Tint official atutoinont say: "In the Itigu region there wan an artillery duel. Tlio German at miiiiv (dace attempted nnwiiceeaafullv to ruoup ture lost tieneliiw. "Ah ho result of tint latent skill ful operations of (lonorul Suknroff' 1 1 oops in Volhynia, we gained a vic tory on .Inly 1(1 which drought, it i:i,(IUI) prioncr and tliiity guna, hh annouueud yesterday, and enabled us to swoop tlio enemy completely from the left hank of the lower Lipu, driving him to Krnssoff and hcyond the liver. Judging by the ahiiiidauee of wnr material thu enemy nbnndon ed, he rot run led in gieut disorder. Some of tlio seventeen 'heavy gun enpturod wuro yesterday nlrcudy homliHrdiiii? enemy position on the south hank of the Liw." Ill It itli Toko Tivnchos LONDON', .Inly 18 Substantial program Iiy the llritinh on a front of 10(1(1 yard north of Oviller was announced today liy the war officii. The statement follows; "Thick mint and incessant rain still Hie interfering with our operations in (he neighborhood of the Somme, hut to the north of (killer we iiiadu anli itautial progress taut night on a front of 1000 yard. The enemy wu driven out of several strongly de fended noinU and ho captured some prisoner and six machine gun. "Near Wytstchot (llclgiiim) we made a sueeoful raid into German tranche. Opposite fuinchy (north ern Prance a similar attempt liy the enemy wa frustrated liv our fire." Viu-iliiu Attack Itcpulscd PAKIS, July IS. -The Ocrman made nn attack lat night on tlio Pronch line south of the Knniine and gained ground in the vieinitv of Hi HoliHM, thu war office announces to day. The Herman attack wa delivered against tilt French position from Hiaehe to 1n Maisonette. Several attempt to take .a Maisonette fail ed with he v his to the Germans, a statement nys, but groiis of the at taekiiur fore spread along the canal on the cat ido of Ilinehe, where the fighting eotitinue. A Gorman raid un Hilt .'10 1, on the Vol dun front, wet of the Monse, win broken up by French iiifautrv tire. Iint of (lie river there was fighting "with greuadex, in which the advan tage tested with the French. The ar tillery w'ua active about Ia Ijtufee ami Cbeuoi. Cnuiiyimiliug at Salnuiki PARIS, July 18.- Official advice i waived from Hulouiki under date of Monday say that cunnoundiiiK i in progre aloug the entire Saloniki front. "A Hum.' aeroplane burned part of the Ibibjariau corp in the region of Mouatttir," the statement h. (Continued on page six) ECAl OF 47 AND 48 PAKIS, July IS. The xernmcnt ha railed to the -olor a part of toe eta of 18SS that i, wen from 17 to 4S year of age, except thoe in munition tai-torn, and, fur the iili cut, 1 .1 niit-l mill I nn, btliolel- h" .ire ii" bii wr.li ine uart-t ' DEATH LIST OF FLOODSiNSOUTH TOTAL NINETEEN Property Loss Probably Exceeds Fif teen Million Dollars-Flood Wat ers Rccctlinn Relief Measures Under Way 250 Passengers Mar ooned Removed by Auto. ATLANTA, Ga July 18. l'Our mole deaths were added to thu flood toll in Kouthuaaturn status todny, lirinnin the last to nineteen. Report from Rrevard, N. C, said John Heath and hin mothor, and Mrs. Caldwell Kautelle and child died today from injurios received wjien lliuir lioinos were caught iu a landHlidu four miles from ltrevaid. In addition to the known dead, thirteen are inisinjc. Thu propurlv Ioxh will probably ex ceed jH".Uu6,000. Hood waters throughout the atricken iliatrictH of Ninth randina, South rarolina, Tuiiiiohkuu and Vir ginia are receding. MeasunH of Itellef MenHiirtH for the relief of pawen gcr on (rniiw maroouud near AmIio villu wore taken today, aiitomobiluH being employed to earrv the paasen gcrt to thu nearcHt citie where they can be properly fed and housed. Au tomobiles are being lined to move thu 2.")() pnnMingern from the Florida wpceial of the Southern railway to AMheville. Wide the situation was greatly improved in the region around Abbe ville and Miltmore, where h'ix pernona lo-l their live, roporta from other dintriets showed dainage far iu o. coaa of that fiivt reported. Three juillioi) iJidJiijM' damivgo was done to property in Tadkiu county, Noun Caniliiiii, and food hhortage won re ported. Railwav commuuieatioii waa iI(Mtroyel, liianv maiiufuetuting plaiitH Here iIcmnliMicd, cropK wore ruined and the population waa do- scribed an being in need of immedi ate help. Flooded Hiwer plan In in the imili daed area have caused much lost, to textile and other industries. In Charlotte alone one million cotton spindles were made idle. lliiccs ar Falling The rongureu and Hroad river began falling rapidly ut Columbia, S. C shortly aftutr midnight and to day it was believed all further dan ger fiom flood iu Columbia had iwsscd. Damage (o livestock and eroM in the Conga roe valley is heavy. Hi vera in llat Tennessee today were al their highest stage iu four teen year. The bwollun Tuiinotace river wan over thiity feet high. In South Knoxville many mills and plants are partly under water and streetcars in low-lying section have been forced to atop. Iu central South Carolina the flood water did not reach the ere! pre dicted and today all foara of further damage had immmhI. That and thu PimlitHiut section of thu state buf fered heavily in damage to mill, rail roads and crop-. KL PASO, July is. The VJIIIita band of 200, believed to have headed for the American frontier in the Dig Head roglon, ha turned south, aa hae all partlee of bandit In Chihua hua, according to a moaaage from General Jacinto Trovlno at Chihua hua City rocolved hero today by An dreaa Oarela, Mexican consul. General Norugaray, commanding the Carranza forces in Stnaloa, pass ed through Kl Paso today on his was to Mexico Cljy, where he was mini moneii by thefirst chief for a ton ference. BILL PASSED FINANCING PA8ALYSIS CAMPAIGN WASIUNOTOK. July 18. -A lull appropriating $P),(MM) to finuiirc ihe public health service rauiutign ugainst infantile paralysis a pass ed todav bv the house. It carric .'(). 000 inr additional xiirgeont and th i ooo inr i i.'mi .lien wiili nu ll. ,ii,i iu inn ipal anllo'iitie;, 157 WARSHIPS T BY NEW BILE Greater Navy Measure Passes Senate Without Dissenting Vote Pro vides Four Drcadnaugltts and Four Battle Cruisers for Next Year Fifty-eight Submarines for Service WASHINGTON, July 18. The senate today adopted the enlaigcd building program of the uimil bill by a viva voce vote. It provides for the construction within three years Xif 157 war vessel of nil classes and for four dreadnaiight.H mid four bat tle cruisers to bu built next enr. Iiy a vote of I8 to 18, the senate rejected nn iiiuendniont to nupiitc three of the new battleships to he kept on the Pacific coaat. It was argued tlmt the amendment would he an infringement on thu constitutional authority of thu president us eoin-nuuider-in-cliief of thu navy. Senators Jones and Phcliin insist ed tlmt the Pacific const nlwav had been alighted iu naval ship, and the latter empbasixed danger of Japan ese invasion. Opponents of the amendment declined that it would prove u great cmlmrniHsmcnt to the navy mid declared the Pacific coast always would bu adequately protect ed in the assignment of wnr craft. Senator Clapp opposed the build ing program and scouted the danger of wnr with a foreign power. The snip to be constructed July 1, HMO, under the senate program follew: Mattleships, ten; four tliia year. llattlu citiUcre, six; four iu 1017. Scout cruisers ten; four in 1017. Torpedo boat deeiroyure, fitty; twenty iu 11)17. Fleet Hiibniiirinea, nine; two now biiihliinr to he completed iu 1017. Coast submarines, fifty-eight; thirty in 1017. Other liis include: One submar ine, with Noff system of propulsion; tliice fuel ships, two ammunition shiw, one hospital ship, one remir ship, one traiiMirt, two destroyer tenders, one licet siibinariuu and two gunboat-. The bill as it pa-cd the house pro vided for a total of seventy-two ships, with only five capital ship, all battle cruisers. LAND IS READY TO LEAVE nAl.TIMOHi:, Jul Ih.-Thut the -dermaii iiierebant submarine DeiitKchlaud would lnii-h loading her cargo bv tonight and he ready to leave within a few hour wa the belief today of observers who have been closely watching the boat and activities aboard her since she was docked heie on Monday morning of hut week. It was iccallcd that Captain Paul Koenig had stated when he entered hi arrival at the custom house that lie thought he would sail on hi return voyage within ten tlava. That ariod is up tomorrow. An attache of the German em basy npcartHl at the wharf this afternoon and delivered a large package to Captain ICoenig. It waa presumed to he from Ambassador von licrustorff. W JS $&& Tlio lHMttlest aillllcrj fli I Ypres mal the Sa rlr. Tlie gnu to hM-p It lilddcii. Often guns the UuhgK'iiiKl. (lisguloliig it K-rfc ADDED NA DEUTSCH PRDHBTD CHOOSE AN EX-GOVERNOR Kx.O'oveinor Win. Suler or New York, Kx-O'owriior Kugeno X. Pons of MasMHliiisetls, i:.(iocinor lladley of Missouri, anil K-(iicr-nor !. Kiiink. Ilanley of Indiana niv aiuoiig tlioso who will probahly iv eelo the iioiiilnnlhii of tin National Piiiblbltlou party for president. Y 10 BE GRADUALLY MF.XICO ( ITV, JuU IH. Jaine I. inn Itodgers. 'epreseulaliM of the American government, informed the .Mexican secretary of wnr today thrtt the American cxHxlitioiiary forces iu .Mexico would be gradually with drawn from Mexican territory. Mex ican commissioner have been des ignated to icacli a sat Hemes t of thu outstanding questioiia in the Uaittal Statue. WASHINGTON, July 18.JIr. Ar rcdoudo said the negotiations with Mr. Polk were proceeding favornldy and that tortnal announcemeiit of the plan to be followed might be expect ed bcl'orc Ihe end of the week. There arc indications that Ileury P. Fletcher, ambassador-designate to Mexico, will bead Ihe three American commissioners it the dan was adopt- isl. Mr. Fletcher waa present at to day's conference. At the close of the conference Mr. Polk said there was nothing to be announced further tfuui that the confidences were "progressing fa vorably' and he intimated no an nouncement might be. expected for several days. Mr. lletehcr and Mr. Arredondo continued in conference after Mr. Polk bad gone to the cab inet. WAHI1JNUTON. Jnly 18. Heerc tary McAdoo announaiMl today (hat Robert W. Wool lev luajl resigned us director of the mini, to become di rector of publicity fur the democrat ie national eomnuttce. m PERSHINGS ARM RFIIREDTO BORDER DEATH-DEALER ON THE BRITISH FRONT IN lt M ftl 3v?V Iteing dlrecUl agale (lie nriiaeO" pi(nu slows the lovlHti ks I H Mic ivv.i. vntli (he in ii.iiuliiii; (y. UN VILLA BAND Fl CIIIIICAIil'A, Mcxbo, Jul) IS. nispatchua to (ieueral Trevluo, fiom General I.uls llerrera, at I'arrar, re ceived today said that tho main Villa band hud crossed tha Durango lino and Is ri)lu rpaidly before the sweeping advance of Carmnxtstn forces. The Villtstas are apiwrently making fur Tepehuanes, I) lira ago state, about 110 miles south of Par ral. where It Is exiiecteil they may make a stand. General ISIIsendn reoertwl from 8au Francisco do Ilorja that the only bandits In the lienilo Juares section or Chihuahua slate hare been wlpml out by troop at Hlerra Uauipilshlu. Seven Vlliistas were eaptured and ex ecuted. Itenorls from other section of northern Mexico indicate tranquility. General Trevluo announced today that he has a strong garrison at Ma html, Mermejtllo, and other renters iu Onrango state and denied that ban dits had appeared near these towns as reported, lie added that reports in the United States or detection to Villa of several amnestied leaders were without foundation. He Indi cated that such commanders bad beH separated widely and were under leaders of unquestioned loyalty, and would be uuable to cause trouble should they so desire. Iowa Militia Entrains DICK MOINKH, In., July 18. The Iowa nutional guard wa ordered to da to entrain for the bonier. FRANGE 3K IN RAPDLY ACROSS DURANGO "Jh!8ttULa& la I bo llg pusli" In r ranee Uteeii og tbioun up In front of a HHtWi v.i.lm, . nial.i It luiiiiu.iilc uilb F, Insane From Rcllnlon, Chlcarjo Nc tjro, Armed With Ritlc, Barricades Himself in House, Shoots Four, Wounds Three and Is Dynamited, With His Wife, by Police. CHICAGO, July 18. A nugio ru hgioug fanatio, hueomiug violently iiisauu today, barricaded himself in a Iioiihu mid, aided by his wife, aliot four persons- to death and wounded tlneu before thu police, having dyna mited the stronghold, finally shot both occupants to death. Hundreds of sliota wuru filed and the polieu were hold at bay more than mi hour. In nil, thu hailiiciiiutiou of the ne urit Unit ho must "carry a report to Almighty God" cost six lives. The negro, II. J. Molutyru, nnuud with a rifle, barrieadud himself in his flat iu u two-story brink struc ture on the west sidu. Thu polieu, unable to make headway against the rapid mid accurate fire of thu de mented man, made tin ineffectual at tempt to burn thu place, then ox pi oil ed llueu charge of dynamite un der it. A ltcllglous Fanatic Tlio oxplnifioiiK blew the roar porolt mid part of thu kitchen into thu al ley mid uhen thu police were uhlc to enter thu building it was a wreck. They found nn explanation of Mo Intyre's deed iu a note which ho loft scrawled iu lead pencil on n soiled piece of brown wruppimr papur. Mclntyre apparently win u relig ious fanatic. He left a scrawl in which he aid thai hu waa tho spirit of the A1IuTgii!yt?od," afTd that he must die to carry his "report to the Almighty." "The Almighty Oml bus made me a prophet unto all nation, uud nlso iny wife, Untile Mclntyre," run tho 'note. "Von shall know (hat Ihe Lord ha sent me to gather unto the lird the remnant of the adonie seed." (At this place iu Hie scrawl, the negro wiole throo capital "CV and tho in- itiuls "P. II.") ' "The Lord has made me tho aav- iour of all Africans of America, and liow I ahull recommend a)l that are worthy unto my heavenly Father, tho great (lod of all creation. Thu Lord ha given me a spirit to judge thu ipiick am the dead. ' "I must die in this laud that I luay carry my rupoit unto Almighty Ood concerning tho laud of the Unit oil Stale." I Mul ami Wounded Dead - Stuarl Dean, policeman; Mrs. Josephine Oveimeycr; I'M ward Knox, eoloied; Alfied Matthews, .'1(1 years old, negro; II. J. Mclntyre, eoloied, the insane man, M0 years idd, shot by the police, died iu hos pital; Mrs. Unttie Mclntyre, colored, wife of above, II U year old, head blown off. ' The injnicd I'M ward Clement, de tective sergeant, three bullet wound, seriously; (Inner Crab tree, Mdice man, not Herioualy; Mrs. Sadie Knox, 1(1 veal old, wife of I'M waul Knox, seriously. Wlfo Assisted .Veglo Mcllltic' wife is siiiMised to have assisted him bv reloading his weapons. A cartridge belt was found around 'her waist, similar to one une worn bv her husband. The ne gro fired with deliberation, altuot a though at target practice. After the neighbors became arous- Nxl it was not lung until sounds of 'Hbce flocked to the scene, headed b Chief llculy himself, h Wa 8 o'clock, houcter, tbiee bonis ufter the tiling of the tiit .hut, before (Continued on pngo six) r t - .7. 11 - ON SHFPMG BILL WAKIIINIJ'foN. JoK IH. Without a dissenting democratic ote, the senate commerce itinmiion today ordered a fnvoinss icvit on the shippiug bill as ievis be direction ub the partv caucus. Hepubbean einilors oled again! it Democrats in. r. Millet ,111111-1 the bill bint ' .il -npjiorted it tudiiN. NO NA REPORTTO GOD V PO ABAN N MM WITH Parker's Rallying Cry to Survlvlnrj Bull Mooscrs Blamed for Collapse of Plans for New PartyConven tion Becomes a Prohibition Lovc fcast and Revival Service. ST PAUL, Minn., July 18. John M. Parkor'a rallying cry to surviv ing progressives and his call Ixsiiud last Saturday for it now nntlonnt convention of tho party in Chicago, AugiiBt C, was blamed by prohibi tion lcndora lioro todny for tho col lupso of tliolr plans for a "get to gotbor" conforonco nt which thoy hnd hoped to enroll scores of promi nent Progrossivofl, llopubllcnnB and DomocratH. IiiRtond of a "got togotber" event, tho mooting bocamo a prohibition lovo fous t nnd revival aervlco. Tho loadora bad oxpectod such men nn William Allon Whlto nnd Victor Mur- dock of Kansas, Judgo Albort O. Norton!, of St. Louis nnd pcrhnpa Colonel l'arkor, hlmsolf, to moot with thorn and plodgo tnolr affllla Hon with tho Prohibition party. N'ono of tboeo appeared todny. Want Progressives. "Thoy aro afraid to Join with tin until thoy know wo Intend to go nftor tho votes wjtb n ticket avory I'rogrotudvo can support consclon tlounly," said Chairman Hlnslmw. Mr. Hlnslinw Indicated an Intontlou to rcdoublo bis efforts to Induco tho Parker convention to endorso tho tlokot, which tho Prohlbltlontsts will nnmo lioro this wook. .liugouo Posh, returned to tho lint of nomination possibilities today with a tolcgram to Mr. liliuhaw In which ho said ho would "glvo tho nomination ovary consideration." Having rocolvod no reply to tho tolegrnm he and National Com mottooman ration HOnt last night to John M. Pnrkor, asking whether hn would accept tho vlco-prosldontlal nomination. II. II. Parria of Clin ton, Mo., troasuror of tho Prohibi tion National convention, luauguar ated a boom today for frr. Ira I). I.audrith, of Nashville, Tonn., for president and Mies Ada Droliiu of Chicago for vlco-prosldont. Pix'.sblcnllat Ciwidldatcs. Dr. I.andrltli Is tho first cbolco of many dologatoa for vlco-prosldon-tlal honors, with William HuUur, J. Prank Hanloy or Mr. Poas or tho presidential candidate. The "got togothor" mooting waa glvou up principally to spoochoa, proidiosylug vlotory for the Prohi bition tieket III 1930, lr not thin yoar. ICugeue 18. Chafln of Tucson, Ariz . aotod as temporary chnlrmnn nnd Jamos M. Ingersoll, of Pocatollo, Idaho, the onty representative ot another party, who answered tho call of the "dry" for the get to gether meetliiK, u pormanent chairman He Is Idaho's member ot the ProfgrcKxIve national committee ILLiONAIREMOORE G M OF DIAMOND MATCH FAME PASSES AWAY CHICAiH). July 18. Juntos Ho bart Moore, or Santa Uurbnra, Cal., brother ot Judge W. II. Moore, with whom he formed the great stool cor porations known as the Mooro group, died at Lake Ueneva, Wis., today. Tha "group'' was capitalized at ?tS7,- , 000,000, and wus later absorbed by the United State Steel company. The Moore were Chicago luwyera who early In the development of groat ooruoratlews get oantrel of the Dia? maud Xa4h oemaany, and sftWt' to cotre4 the &Mi iRdiartry ef uu world. rfhe Dlamoixi MHti rt)nir, which foit!ei. in U4ib U CtibiiiV ttnascial hIKory. It M U 7 htflli paulc and the Vsciuj Uu. ktKvft; exchange. , . The Jloores nu iaav JUtfeiftt: shortly aUerwarA si :ayai Bg?$ cult. They until otf debts of SrMtVk 000, and gained control of the Chi cago. Hock Island and Pacific, now Iu the hands ot a receiver. Their combined wealth ha been estimated at J loo.ooo.eou. ffiL TAi t. 'WA tt It 5 IT.