The Plattsmouth journal. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1901-current, June 19, 1916, Page PAGE 6, Image 6
PAGE 6. MONDAY, JUNE 19, 1916, mm PLATTSMOUTH 5EMI-WEEKLY JOURNAL, II 21 113 Awning Stripes f In all the pretty shades for Sport Skirts, Sport Costumes and Middy Blouses. 36-inches wide, at per yard Black and white and red and white striped middy cloth, suitable for Middies. Skirts and Trimmings. 30-inches wide, at per pard Middies A large variety of beautiful styles in all sizes, ranging from 8 to 20 years. We have them in plain white, trimmed in rose and copen stripes; also trimed with red, navy and copen collars and cuffs. Prices 1 50c 25c 65c to $1.25 Children's DreSSeS Sizes 6 to 12 years, in a large variety of pretty ging ham patterns, all sizes, fast colors. Prices 98c to $1.25 COLLARS! It !W1 3E Call Phones 53 and 54. FT .j.m g ;j win mm ii I win SEN 4i We Like to Serve. IEZ3I 5 Mrs. Luke Wiles and Mrs. J. E. Wiles came in this morning from their country homes ami departed on ihe early Bui HnirU-n train for Omaha to Mend the dav. Charles Johnson and son, Axel, and Charles Fetzer and Miss Mabel Wan! of Louisville motored to this city Saturday afternoon for a short visit with friends. v E3 mni ROOM FOR EVERYONE CSI3SPECIAL FOR THREE NIGHTS McDonald's Theatre Party VAUDEVILLE AND PICTURES and the Greatest of All Tablaid Plays e io A true story told in drama of the Governor of Tenncsee pardoning a prisoner. The life story of a mountaineer, "The Fiddl Id" Smith & Seivers Classy Singers and Dancers EVIusica! EVlcDonaSds Comedy Musical Mixtures Change of Plays, Specialties and Pictures Each Night! EI3 ADMISSION ONLY 10 and 20c TSl WARNINGS FROM MEXICO SEEMS CONFIRMED Wilt the .Administration Is Not Wor- rjing About Trevino's Threat. Washington, June 17. Confirma tion of Genera! Trevino's warning that any movement of American troops in Mexico except toward the border v.ould be treated by the Carranza commanders as a hostile act reached the war department late today. Secre tary Baker declined to comment or to make public General Trevino's mes sage or the reply of General Pershing refusing to recognize authority of the Carranza general over the Americcan expedition. ' While it was apparent that General Pershing's reply would be backed up by officials here, it was not indicated what further action the Washington government might take. Secreary Baker took the text of General Tre vino's ultimatum to the White House and conferred there with the Presi dent, i After his conference with President Wilson, Secerctary Baker said he had ordered no additional troops to the border and that General Pershing had asked for no re-inforcements. "I look for no immediate trouble there," said the secretary. "That sit uation seems to be not imminent." Neither State nor War Departmen officials seemed greatly agitated over General Trevino's ultimatum. Secre tary Lansing said the policy of the administration was unchanged. The reply to the Carranze note de manding recall of the American forces will leave, by special messenger Mon day for Mexico City unless develop ments upset present plans. Should the reply refusing to withdraw Genera Pershing's expedition go by messenger it will not be delivered for ten dnys of two weeks. Its text would not be made public until it had reached its destination in anv event. Several army transports are being held in readiness for use as refugee ships should the need arise. Whether any actually have been ordered to Mexican waters officials would not say. The navy transport Hancock will go to Vera Cruz, however, as soon as she lands her marine passengers in Santo Domingo. She should reach Vera Cruz in a few days. Official advices have indicated that the recent border raids have created great excitement in the American col ony in Mexico City. Many Americans are said to be preparing to leave. There are approximately one thousand Americans in the Mexican capital, and ibout eighteen hundred in and around Tompico. As a measure of precaution the destroyer ship Panther and sever al destroyers have been ordered to Key West, ready for a quick dash to the relief of Americans along the coast, t is understood also that other navy craft are being prepared for emer gency use, although-plans are care- ully guarded. A message today from Major Gray of the Fourteenth Cavalry gave urther details of the fight at San gnacio between his troops and band its. All of the bandits are believed to ave been Carranza soldiers at one ime or another, he said, although it was hard to say how many still were enrolled as such. A lieutenant blouse was found; papers on the bodies of Mexicans bore the stamp of the Car- anza army and Maj. Cruz Ruiz, be- ieved to be a Carranza officer, was aptured. Major Gray picked up a number of rifles and ten bombs, left behind by the attackers. He also noted that ammunition used by his assailants ncluded soft nosed bullets. E3 verl 6-Cylinder 7-Passenger Touring Car $1145.00 f. o. b. Toledo, Ohio 4-4-4-4- a it 5-5-5-2- " Willys-Knight 1125.00 " Model 83 Overland 695.00 " " 75 " 615.00 " 75 " 595.00 tt a tt it a it tt tt tt a To date the Willys-Overland Company has manufactured and shipped over 125,000 1916 Model Automobiles, which is more than double of any automobile manufacturer with the exception of one- It is also more cars than the Overland Co. themselves made for 1914 and 1915 combined. We have cars of each model in stock and will be pleased to demonstrate same. JOHN BAUER, Agent PLATTSMOUTH, NEBRASKA STATE MILITIA TO BE IN READINESS FOR THE BATTLE President Wilson's Call for the Ne braska National Guard Will Not Find It Unprepared. . NEBRASKA IS EVER READY TO DEFEND "OLD GLORY" Washington, I). C, June 18. Sec- retady of War Baker, under the di rection of President Wilson, today sent a message to Governor Morehead T REALLY LOOKS NOW LIKE A CON FLICT IN MEXICO resident Wilson Calls on the Entire National Guard to Meet South Border Situation. Washington, D. C, June 18. Presi dent Wilson has called out the militia of every state for service on the Mexican border. In announcing the president's de cision today, Secretary Baker said the militia would be sent to the bor der wherever and as fully as General unston determines to be needed. Statement by Baker. Secretary Baker issued the follow ing statement: "In view of the disturbed conditions on the Mexican border and in order to assure complete protection for all Americans the president has called out substantially all the state militia and will send them to the border herever and as fully as General Funston determines them to be need ed for the purpose stated. "If all are not needed an effort will be made to relieve those on duy here from time to time so as to dis tribute the duty. 'This call for militia is wholly un related to General Pershing's expedi tion, except as may be necessary to pursue bandits who attempt outrages on American soil. Mobilization at Home Station. "The militia are being called out so as to leave some troops in the sev eral states. They will be mobilized at their home stations, where neces sary recruiting can be done." Brigadier General Mills, chief of the division of militia affairs, esti mated the minimum militia force to be called out to be 145,000 men. COMB HONEY Two pounds new comb honey for 35 cents. Fresh onions and radishes, arge bunches, 5 cents. Large bunches rhubarb, 5 cents. Beekeepers' sup plies always in stock at factory prices. You save the freight. Upper Chicago Ave. Phone 258. J. M. YOUNG. STRAYED A cow, red in color, having some white on hind legs, also bush on tail. May have other white spots. Finder please notify Sherman Cole and re ceive reward. 6-19-4td of Nebraska, ordering mobilization o the Nebraska National iruard fo probable service on the Mexican bord er. .Nebraska is called uuon to furn ish two regiments of infant rv, on company of signal corps and one fiel lospital. The troops will be mobilized at Lin coin under command of Adjutant Goa eral Phil Hall. The telegram sent to Governo Morehead was identical with that sent to the governors of the otht' states in the general call for militia. The speed with which the the troop are mobilize! will depend on the state officials at Lincoln. It is probable that after mobilization the militia will be in camp for some ime. Reports on all organizations will be sent to Washington, and those mos fit will be sent south. Troops will be entrained on order o Major General Funston. As a result it is probable that few states will be called upon to send their entire trength to the border, only the most fit organizations being called into the active service at first. State Militia Is Prepared. Lincoln. Neb.. June 18. President Wilson's call for the Nebraska nation guard will not find it unprepared General Phil Hall and his military board, consisting of Colonels Geor Sberly of Stanton, Herbert Paul, of St. Paul. Captain Jess, of Fremont and Major Walden, of Beatrice, have been expecting this for months past and during that time have been getting ready in the event that Mexi can affairs came to a crisis. Tonight, for the first time. Genera Hall announced the total number of men he could put forth in the fielc upon notice of ten days or two weeks al RETURNS FROM HOSPITAL Mrs. E. G. Shallenberger returned home last evening from Omaha, where she has been for some time past at the Emmanuel hospital, recov ering from an operation, and her many friends will be pleased to learn that she is getting along nicely, and while, of course, still weak, she is showing improvement and in her own home will regain her strength and health. Mr. Shallenberger was in Omaha yesterday and accompanied his wife and children back home. DISTRICT COURT SESSION WAS HELD HERE TODAY District Judge James T. Begley came down this morning to open up the regular June term of the district court and the calling of the docket. This was also naturalization day in the court and a number of the appli cants for citizenship were present to represent their cause before the United States representative, who conducted the examination before the judge of the applicants for citizen ship. RETURNS FROM HONEYMOON Henry C. McMaken and bride re turned home yesterday from their honeymoon and at once started house keeping in their residence on North Sixth street, where they will reside until their new home on North Elev enth street is completed and ready for their occupancy. FOR SALE Four new John Deere binders at $120 each, for ten days only. If not sold by that time, will be shipped out to a wheat country, so get busy and save from $30 to $40. CLYDE II. FULLER, Plattsmouth, Neb. OVERHAULS LARGE TRACTOR We understand our friend, H. M. Smith, of near Nehawka, has just finished overhauling the Frank Marler tractor engine. When it conies to gas engine work Herman is there with the goods. If you need binding twine you can secure at for 10 cents a pound at the hardware store of J. L. Barton. New erfection Fireless c o o k i w G OIL STOVE combines a four-burner stove, fireless cooker, oven, cabinet and warm ing shelf into one com pact yet roomy complete cooking device. gp i A popular priced cabinet tyle stove. Two burners under the oven sec tion. Just one burner is sudicient for all oven purposes. The extra burner is a convenience when it is desirable to preheat the oven quirkly. Open ji'rate in bottom of oven makes it possible to use oven burners for grate surface cooking by opening oven door and removing racks. On wash day, forexample, the boiler can be heated on the two outside bur ners while the oven burners may be used to cook your mid-day meal. !STR & SIR AT EEC THE CASE OF TRESPASS AGAINST LAWRENCE STULL REVERSED AT LINCOLN NOTICE Notice has been received here of the reversal in the supreme court at Lincoln of the case of W. II. Newell, J. M. Roberts and J. N. Jordan vs. C. Lawrence Stull. which was tried in the district court here January 8, 1914, and in which the plaintiffs were iriven a judgment for SI 02.50. The case was first tried in county court in 1!11 and a judgment for $25 piven the plaint itfs for the trespass of cat tle allcjred to belong to the defend ant, fhe jriounds on winch the case was reversed has not been criven out. The Brotherhood of American Yeo men will meet in regular session on Tuesday niht, June 20, in A. O. U. W. hall. All members are requested to be present. Visiting members are welcome. WANT TO BUY Shoats, 40 to W lbs. B. V. Crook, Phone No. l6l-J. G-l!-2wd NOTICE, KNHJHTS AM) LADIES The Knights and Ladies of Security will meet tomorrow evening at the lodge room and every member is re quested to be present. Initiation and refreshments. The Eagle? and r.xquisito are the leading five cent cigars and are made with imported Java wrappers. Her man Spies, manufacturer. dSm - BARCLAY - 'TT FuESTAURAN Good Meal 25c Chicken and Steaks 2bc The Very Best Service GIVE US A TRIAL! New Arrivals! Ladies' Collars made of organdies, voiles and Venice the latest creation in this line at prices from f)0c to $1.00 each. Hand Bags a full line of leather bags. Middy Blouses; a new assortment just in. Complete line of Kibbons in all widths. House Dresses; a nice lot to select from at OSc to $1.50 each. Bungalow Aprons at from 50c to $1.00 each; good fitting! and good style. 25 dozen Turkish Towels, size 21x42 inches, at per pair 4.5c ZUCKWEILER & LUTZ S3? pecial Sale of Summer D resses ! We have in stock 51 Summer Dresses, sizes 16 to 41, including fancy voiles, plain white voiles and colored linen dresses styles that can be worn throughout the hot months to be had now at prices that will lead many women to buy two and three just to have plenty of changes. 10 dresses of fancy voiles pret ty patterns of delicate tints on white grounds -lace trim- Ps now $3.50 to $6.50 24 plain white voile dresses and and some silk embroidered voiles prettily trimmed with lace good styles for July and djO CA f n Cfl August. Quick sale prices now fO.OV IU pU.dU 12 Corlored Linen Dresses, best shades tan copen and rose pink smartly combined with prftw...... -. $3.50 to $6.50 E. G. Dovey & Son VALUE! QUALITY! SERVICE!