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WHh Modfor 8top-Orw
t PARIS, Sept. 22. 2:3C p. m. Tho
1 following announcement was made In
"Along the cnllro front from tho
Olse to tho Woevro tho Germans man
ifested yesterday, September 21, a
certain rctlvlty, without however, ob
taining appreciable results.
"First, on our left wing, on tho
right bank cf tho IUvcr Olse, the
, Germans won) obliged to fall back
iKJforo tlw French attacks. 'Between
tho Oiro ant! tho Aisnc tho situation
remains u:.chauged. Tho enemy has
not delivered any serious attack, con
tenting himself yesterday, Monday
evening, with a continued cannonad
KnemyV Offensive Movement
"Second, on tho center, between
Ithcims and Soualn, tho enemy at
t tempted an offensive movement,
which was repulsed, while between
Soualn and Jbe Argouno we have
mado Fomo progress.
, "Between tho Argonne and tho
n Jtlvcr Memo thero has beea bo
"In the Woevro district the onemr
mado a violent effort; ho attacked
the heights of tho Mcuso along tho
, front between Tresavaux, Vlgnclullcj
nnd Hcndlcourt, without, however,
succeeding in gaining posltloa on
"On our right wing, In Lorraine,
tho enemy has again passed tho front-
icr, using in this operation a num
ber of small columns. Doncstro to
tho south of lllamont has been re-oe-'
cupled hy tho enemy.
Capture Twenty Autos
"During tho days of September 20
nnd September 21 wo captured 20
automobiles used In moving provi
sions, together with alt tho men at
tached to them. Wo also captured
on those days numerous prisoners bo
longing principally to tho 4th, 7th,
ICtli, tr.th, Kth. 9th, lr.tli, Hth and
ICth Gorman nrmy corps, to the Ba
varian Inndwehr and to tho reserve
"Concerning tho Russians In Gall
(In: Tho rear-guards of tho Austrian
nrmles Iiavo been pursued by the Bus
shins and havo suffered conslderablo
losi-es. Russian troops have comu In
t contact with the Austrian garrison
Jicur Prxomysl. Tho heavy Russian
artillery Is bombnrdlng tho fortifica
tions of Jaroslav."
MOXTRBAU Sept. 22 French
Canudlaus will visit Ottawa soon to
obtain tho prime minister's sanction
for tho Incorporation of a rciglmont
recruited In Quebec for foreign ser
vleo In tho next contingent bout from
The presence of a French Canadian
rotflment at tho front, members of
the delegation tsiiy, would do away
once and for all with tho suggestions
that hnvo been mado that tho war is
not popular in Quobcp.
KOS1.K, Sept. 22. The extreme
wlnjs' of llio bociiilUt paity h.ib pat'd
ii resolution hi'ttiiiK f'lilh its opposi
tion to war uiul uriiiK tho iii'cot.Hlty
of IIhIv'4 inuiiiluiiiinjr neutrality,
C'letitluuulio lh rooolutjon uHifinn
tho prlnttUlou nf liili'i'Hlloiiiitim ami
HHiIW lllllnllllllll of lllOM wUh
ivniUi lit muliv ifiitilily jvpcuivil.
IN NEW JERSEY
PKINCHTOX, N. J., Sort. 22.
President Wilson paid n flying visit
to his former homo hero today to vote
In tho democratic primaries, lie wns
met by only n small group of Prince
ton sttulentB nnd faculty momticrs, as
college doca not open until Thursday.
Accompanied by Or. C. T. Grayson
and Professor Stockton Axson and
secret service men, tho presldcn'
went directly to tho polling booth In
a flrcttouse. A small crowd followed
A republican was ready to volo and
tho president waited for his turn, re
fusing to allow tho voter to stop aside.
Mr. Wilson was handed a democratic
ballot and after looking at It for a
moment ho entered tho enclosed
booth and marked It for tho rc-noml-nMlon
of Representative Allan Walsh.
He also voted for throo tncmbors of
the general assembly and for sheriff.
PACES MILE 2:01
COLUMHl'S, 0.. Suit. 22. What
wns Mtiil to he u new world's record
for Ihrec-vcar-olil luecrs was hung1
ui at the concIuion of the Htnc He
view futurity, purt-c $:I00U. nt the
grand circuit meet ih ufteruoiu.
Annn llradford (Murphy), won;
Siitiantiiiii. -eeund; Prince Jolln third,
The Whip fourth. Ret time. 2:0Ui.
Anna Bradford not only broke her
own record for the world of 2:03'U
when she paced tho second heat, but
also broko the world's record for the
fastest two heats as a pacer of her
age, according to announcement at
Margaret Druln won the $10,000
Hostcr stako In straight heats. Ityth
Jiiel was second; McClosky third,
"Mirthful fourth. Best time 2:05H-
INTEREST ' '
HOSTOK, Sept. 22. The alicnoc
of n content for the head of the ntalo
ticket in any of tho three iartie led
to tlu expectation Ih.-i not more than
a third of tho voting strength would
bo rcprchonted nt today's Massnehus
ctlu primaries. Governor David Ij.
AValh will be renominated hy the
democrats, former C'onj:rehniiui
Samuel V. MeCall w il he nominated
for governor by the republicans nnd
Joseph Wmlkcr, fonucr heaker of the
honne, hy tho proj-res-ive.
Of the eongrossmc.i seeking return
iunlion. the only mw cneounteriyg
strong opM)-.jti(in win AugtistiiK P.
Ganlncr, repuhlioaii, i:i the sixth ilix
rtrit, whose phwc y.w houht hy A.
HOSPITAL AT ETAIN
llOIIDKArX, Sept. 22, 11:15 a. in.
Madame Paul, head of thu French
women'a ambulance corps, has ro
ported to the Kn(nimtnt from Klaiu,
in thu department of Meiiso, dcicrih
UiX the humbarduient of a lioipital nt
that place hy llui fioriuant Auu-t 21.
Thu t ir-t hhot from tho Uonnau
artillery, Madumc Paul (-aid, brought
down tho Red Croon flag1 on the mof
and a fragment of this hcll shat
tered a baiu lieiido a table on trhich
Dr. I'routit of Pari-, wah nperittiii n
a bcrioiis enne. Tho riot-tor then
movori into iinotlii-r tvn:-; of the huilri
in, in which there were five wounded
(U-nuaii hohlicrs, 'J'lic hIioIIk lic-.-an
to fall faster and iiu.illy Ihin M-ction
of the hoxpitul had to he aliuurioucri.
The womidoil were moved to Verdun,
twelve uijles uway.
40,000 FOR WAR
OTTAWA, Out., Sept. 22. It U
umloKtooil that hy ,K)uuur, Canada
will havo ahioad, cithci on thu fight
in? linu or in Kiiglainl, upvvardx of
10,000 mou. Tho ill ,000 to he ncnt
from Valcailier probably will go to
a depot in Kuhuid, from nhich they
will lie hi-nt (o thu front when thor
oughly efficient. itccruiU o fill
gipx in til" ranks caiisvil hy carnal
tioM uiul (iii'knohM will ho nynt iioin
Caiinda Id IliU ilcpoi from liino o
lime, ptohahh hnnuiHt the l"lil o
-10,000 h Jiiniiiiry 1.
ALL ALONG LINE
PAHIS, Sept. 22, 11:22 n. in.- In
a dispatch from Nish. Sen in, dutcil
September 20, tho correspondent of
Huvns Xovvs agency wi.vs tho Am-
trimw hntl boon forced to rollout
nlunsr tlio oiitiro front botwoon l.iou
boviit, Svoruik mul l.nsullr.ii, uiul
that llioy woto hoinjr holly pursued
ly the Servians nr.u- ICtuiriiitciln.
The Servian destroyed tho bridges
over the river Oriun, hut ofter suf
fering heavy losses tho Aulrialm
n in on the opMisito hank.
The Austiinu ntl-niipt, tho oorro
sDOiulcut voutinuod, to cross tho
river Save botwoon Mittovitrit and
Shalmts failed. In liruin yesterday
tho Servian-. oooup'u the heights
west of Kojrulnitra.
OF LEGGEIT ASHORE
PORTLAND. Or., Sept. 22. Two
lifeboats of the steam M-hooner
Francis II. Loggctl, which sank sixty
miles south of tho Columbia river
Fririnv with a los of approximately
-ovontv Ihcs came ashore today on
Neah-Kah-Nio beach, noar N'ohalom.
Xeither boat contained any victims
of the disaster.
Karly today there I ad boon no ad
dition to the lit of eight bodies
picked up hy schooner-. yotorday
and the one washed ashore on Keah-Iah-Xie
bench. Or tho four dead
brought into Nowjwrt vc-tcnlay by
the schooner PnKv. one is believed to
bo I). A. Goldsmith and another D.
Caldwell. In Caldwell's pocket-
were bills from merchants at Aeosta
and Aberdeen, Wash.
The badv of tho wo.nau discoveroil
on Xenh-ICa-Xie iirnrh ye-terlay
was found to hnvo within the stock
ing of the right foot, tied about the
ankle, a card hearing the name "Nel
lie Lee, Tacoma." She was dark
skinned, irpiutrcntly a ' mulatto or
SAY RUSSIAN TROOPS
NBW YORK, Sept. 22. Among
tho pasengors. arriving today on tho
steamer Iceland was Henry Da Si
hour, an American living' la London,
marooned nt Bclfort when tho war
broko out. One ono field ho saw
squares of dead German soldier.
Thoso on tho outsldo had fallen but
tho bodies toward tho center of the
squares wcro standing upright lean
ing against each other. Officers
told him machlno guns wcro respon
sible for tho wholesalo killing.
Mrs. I)c Slbour said a relative of
hers who Is an officer of nn Kngllsh
railroad had told hex his lino had
transported 250,000 Russian troops
across Kngland. The steamship
Aqultanla, sho was told, was used to
transport tho troops to u remote point
of tho French coast.
NINE KILLED WHEN
GERMArt SHIP SINKS
LONDON, Sept. 22, 10:25 a. m.
The admiralty has i .sued a list of
(annuities on the Carmnuin, which
sank an armed Gorman mop-hunl
steamer off the South American
coast. It shows that nine men were
killed and live seiiouly vvounded. No
officer's name appears among the
dead or seriously wounded.
IIKRLIN, Sept. 22, via Rotterdam
and London, 11:17 a. in. The report
of llui sinking of tho Cicniinn armed
merchant cruiser Cap Trafalgar Hep.
tembor II, olf the cast coast of
South America by thu Canard linu
steamer Carmania, converted into a
Kritish auxiliary uruiier, has been
confirmed in an ofticial statement
given out here today. This com
munication adds that the crew of tho
Cap Trafalgar wto wuveil by tho Oer
man steamer Hlenon; Wournian,
St. Mark's Guild will hold a. ruin
niago sale Friday and Saturday, Sop
tembcr 20 and 20 In tho storo build
ing which Is now vacant nt tho cor
ner of West Main and Fir strcot.
Those who have articles to donate
for this salo will ploave thorn ut St.
Mark's hall or call up No, r.OC-.M or
172-J, and such articles will bo sent
John A. Perl
" Lady AwlHaat .
M H, HAK7MCT7
ffcCHMW H. 47 Ml 47Ji
tuibulaiH Itorflt JtHlr Oom
KILLS WIFE, SELF,
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., Sept. 22.
Rather than face a charge of pan
ricrinif in police oouit, .lohn Muniho
son, I'onnoily of Seattle, hut latterly
proprietor of a billiard hall in this
city, killed his wife, Dora, today in
a downtown hotel and thou commit
ted Mtioirio with tho same roolor.
They had iutrrolod frequently and
from their charges and counter
charges it oamo out that the wife wns
formoily tho wifn of a Dr. I'mossor,
shot m UMl while Inn cling thioitglt
Montana on a train. Tried for mur
der, she was acquitted. Murpheo
lii-oiiylit up tho old sturv when ho
comptaiurd to the police that she had
threatened him with a revolver, and
that he was afraid of his life.
In tho end, however, fhclr story
seems to havo eventuated the other
way around. When dolcolivo luoko
in the door of their bedroom tho bus
baud was found Iviug across the hod,
a revolver tightly clutched in one
hand. At his l'cct on tho floor lay his
wife, still breathing, hut mortally
wounded. She died soon afterward
MurphcMiu was to have apcarod
this morning to nu-ucr u charge of
pandering brought against him by his
IN MAESTRICHT TODAY
AMSTERDAM, via London, 1:10
P. in., Sept. 22. An aeroplane of
unidentified nationality dropped a
bomb In Mncstricht today, near thu
Brussels gate, ncconllug to a despatch
received hero today. No lives wero
lost but a big hole was torn In tho
ground; trees wore broken, tho doors
of a nearby hoiiso were riddled nnd
windows for a considerable distance
shnttcrod. Automobiles wcro sent In
pursuit of the air-craft, but It disap
peared, going south.
Men Pay Homage
to Mother's Friend
"I ftm not surprUft to nlrrv thn
number of men hb nimo Into llm nturn
to purclMKo 'Molhpr'rt
Krk-nJ.' " rrmarked
n lending- itruKslnt.
It 1.1 a happr
thought to Hon il
nullity to tho ilme
Krli-nd" It nppllol
rxtrrnnlly over tho
It Ii a Kntlff.
peaetrntcs to thn 1noiirtirk of nrrvnt
Unciith tlio kl.lu ami lat it marked
tendency to rrllcto tlio muiwrulnr stniln
to which tlirwi limud, tut nb-lomla.it
niUM.-lcn ore huIpJ-vIkI. Tho corilx. ten
dona nml llirntncnti uro thus txr-nlttcd tu
stretch without tlio corrviilKindlnc surfaro
strnln mi often Involved durlnz tlio pcrloj
of ixioctntlon. Tl.s In turt no junts for
the cntlroubsenrr. In rnnny ensc.-t rriKitteil,
pf uauscu, momlnir slcknriui nnd other
iUlmw, rnirh larrritl-m of ln rtil
fli-rmU nflru n iiw wln-n t UI cntle
lotm ot nbrlcil"ii l nrslrctdl.
"JIolhrn JVIccd" has Imn blchly
recomm-rruloj by n hoal of wuiium win
know from i-xprrlenra un-l by ncn who
know from obtrn-allon. Writ Ilm-lricM
ItcguUtor Co.. Ill I nmnr lll-ic. AtLinti
Co.. and wn will rrml ynu it vuluatlo lttl
lxok tu cxiM-ctiinl nothers.
MRS. H. L. LEACH
32G North Bnrllott.
Phone 563 M.
Fully Modern. Prices Reasonable
ii!7 .SOL'IH IllVKItKIDi:
Office nt Medford l'lianiuicy, l'hono
10. .Night I'liouo 70 1, Medford Hotel
DR. A. W. KOKINEK
AiiHivcrs All Culls, Day or Night
Light, Jfoat and
Power Wiring. Oct
our cHlimuto bol'oro
lotting your Job,
010 S. Uivci'Hido.
AIii'iIh lmH dollvurcil
KOGAhtiit, Mow, Sopt. 22. Re
ports to tho (ontiary uutwlthiituurilng
(Joiioial .In a a llaral, said today that
tlonerol llonjiiiulu Hill, whom ho wns
sent here to succeed, would turn uvor
tho oftlco of military roiiiiniuulur of
Sonorn to him. Cnbarnt's principal
difficulty now scorns to bo with Gov
ornor .lose Muvtoronn, ordered to ro
Itmiulsh inllllnry affairs ntiil rttlro to
llormosltlo tu dovoto hlmsolt to civil
Cnbarnl rouferrod vvlth tho gov
ernor hero today, seeking to Induce
Mnvtnrcun to surrender ooiamitnd of
hU troops. Cabarul In an Interview
said If tho governor would do tills,
Mill would turn over his command
also nnd affairs In Sonora, now on
tho verge of open rebellion, would bo
promptly settled. Calmntl snld ho
wus not Inclined to force tho guvor
nor, but desired to glvo tlmo to con
slder tho effects and results of con
A fw people hnvo gained tho er
roneous Idea that my charges nro un
reasonably high, when, on tlio con
trary, thoy aro most moderate, and
It Is but proper for mo to say that
uo ono can da tho class of work I do
at loss prices. In fitting glasses,
more thnn In almoit anything else,
cheap work means poor work; it
moans Incempetence: It moans dis
satisfaction; It means work that bus
to bo done over again, nnd thai meaiu
It Is dear work In thu end,
Como lu and tnlk It over.
Suite 1-2 OVcr Doilul's
.Monday ami TuoMlay
Mntluco - P. M.. K cuing 7 P. SI.
Our Mutual Girl
Tho World's (Sroatcst Detective Scoka
His Hour of Manhood
Two Itcul Domino Feature
The Success of
Riot In Rubeville
I lie Always lOo
Qet Your Noxt Hull ot
L E I N
piticKs r-.ou UP
Also Cleaning, Pressing and Altering
Ranchers and Farmers
Tho Medford Poultry & Kgg Co.
havo opened a house whero thoy will
receive your poultry aud eggs dully
and glvo tho highest markot cash
Wo uro situated In tho first build
Ing south ot tho XJulon Meat Co.'s
warhouso where you will find us
ready for business. r ,
Wo solicit your patronage
& EGG CO. r-""
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208 East Main Strcot
Tho Only Excltisivo
in Southern Oregon
Negatives Mado any time or
plnco by appointment
Wo'll do llio rcHt
K, D, WKaTON, Prop,
b rrili nn I
A l'rco Trrali Collrol
ImUiI ctnclrti or imVm o(
wrothe p-irlngr i-nnUhihiff
sunrlmrnt ol ".Siipicino"
IJjIiilIri will or " you Y
uti'fl miiI alunhilcly (tvf.
K. V. IIAItADON
Keeps the )jB Ap
c acency ahout dclivciy in hulk.
Standard Oil Company
Jm5-5s "4$' TX 5 5
Wltli Our Regular Program
THE SOB SISTER
A Melodrama In Two Tarts
A MAN AND HIS
Featuring J. Warren Kerrlngton
llciir tho Lurgu
Page Theatre Orchestra
IIAKKV IIOWEI.I., Director
This Big Bill
AMITC la PiriiTC v
l ' BOOKS
lii nriinlhr inrtil
12 rnd IriirU fiitiu "Kiipifine"
miy klml, mill ilturt t w m ii
llakrd l .. itrlrr
Bartlett & Netherland
Taxidermists and Furicrs
Ynu know our ability a.s Tnxiih'rniirilH.
Kurs I'lfitnt'tl, ropnirt'tl ami rtMiiotltilistl.
Ntv fiii-s iniulc to ortlor ami carriotl in
sttH'lc. AVateh tho windows at Mwing's
Gun Store, 112 W. .Main st root.
A-k nur nnr.
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5 v 5
HOW TO RAISE
Mrs. LcMoyne Livingstone
who gives tho lecture, Is giv
ing her life to u campaign
for u butter ruro. llulng u
first cousin of Or, Dnvld l.lv
Ingstoiic. tho noti-d tixplorer,
tho gentle lltllo wuiiian Is ov
ploriug tho dark niglonu of
Amnrlru whuro children uro
born mid bred iindur rouitl
tloiiH that produce tho per
vert and tho criminal, Her
iiicHsaga is bulug curiind
across tho country with
IIioho most Intorcstlng uiul
lustriictlvu moving plcturos
nml tho spoliuu word. Opo
of the I'ortltind novvspapors
says: "Nn woman In tho
United Hlatcs Is doing u big
ger or bettor vyorJc, In u
quint, uuoHtoiitatloiiH and
iit self sustaining wuy, tliiiil
MIhm ldvtngstiiuu." This
giuut lesson for Medford
iiiothorH mid fathurs will bu
Ttio.siliiy nnd Wednestliiy
In Price for f
'IIIIIILTW n rpuTC
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