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MEMKHID MTG TRIBUNE. MEDlfOttD OREGON, MONDAY, AUGUST 16, 1015.
RUTH ST0NEH0USE IN "TEMPER," PACZ MONDAY AND TUESDAY.
SALE OF THE DRESS
OF WAR CHEERILY
I ftgnn 17hIHHs111b
Kvnig mHHM'Siinu "
WASHINGTON, I). C , Aug. 1C -"With
tho Krcntoat wholcsnlo dostnic
tlon of trenut-o in' all hlstorj taking
plncc, with war wrought economic
losses pll!n, up in fiuefi B'ui'OiuiuiiS
nBBi'cBatca us no nnnfc ovor caused,
tho qticBtlon ns to how Ioiir each of
tlio bclllRoronts can stand the fearful
strain upon Its resources Is becoming
ns Important and ully as interest
ing as arc any of those nioro stirring
questions growlng'but of tho purely
military phases of tho world wnf.
In a bulletin just issued, tho Nntlon
nl Geographic society sketches tho
pre-war economic condition of Itus
sla, which, having expended $.1,500,
000,000, having lost hundreds or mil
lions of dollars In foreign trada nud
cities nnd. provinces worth hundreds
of millions more, Is facing an indefinite-
fntuio of warfaro undismayed,
confident, Tho bulletin reads:
IttiKslu Finding Itself
"Commercial and Industrial rev
olution wero stirring In Uussla bc
foro tho war; tho work of opening Its
mngnlflcont domain was being rap
Idly carried forward; plans for devel
oping Its almost unlimited resources
veer In process of confident organi
zation; modern cities wero springing
up like mushrooms In rich Siberia;
textile, metal nud other Industries
were laying firm foundations, and
forolgn trade had boon brought up
to about $1,500,000,000. What has
boon called tho most 'powerful coun
try of the future, was finding Itself,
wns preparing to outer upon tho cen
turies of expansion that It will need
to exhaust tho possibilities of its
boundless natural wealth,
"About two and ono half times lar
ger than tho United States, with an
area of 8.050,000 squaro miles and
a population or 170,000,000, which
Is Increasing at tho rnto of 3,000,000
n year, Russia's nnturnl resources re
semble tliouo of this country, ami
nro propoortlonnto. It has nearly
JIOO.000,000 ncres of forest compar
ed with tho 511,100,000 acres or tho
United States much of which, oven
now, Is carefully administered, nud
which, ono day, will bo tho world's
first source of timber. It has 250,
000,000 acres of land under cultiva
tion, whilo this country has a culti
vated area about twlco ns much; hut
Uussla can expand hor farm lands
twenty-fold and still Icuvo virgin
land to tho future.
fiiiuinry of tho Win Id
It enn hocomo tho granary nud tho
block rami or tho world. Whllo Its
mineral wonlth has not yot been caro
rully Btirvoyod, known suppllos or po
troloum, motnls nnd fuol abound.
Kusslu Is n continent In ttsoir, and;
likely, tho richest or thorn nil.
"Scnrcoly two scoro years havo
passed slnco Kussla began with ser
V)iis purposo tho tnsk of hor Internal
dovolopmont. Progress, during tho
first thirty yenra or this porlod, was
hesitant. In tho Inst ducadohowovor
It has doubled Its forolnn trade, or
which 5G per cent Is exports; still this
rorolgn commerce is less than half
that or tho Uiiltoil Stntofl. Hut itus-
sin bi'foro tho war had scarcely lio-
gun to gnthor steam for tho prosecu
tion or hor tasks. Thero romnln
hundreds of millions or acres or rat
lands to bo brought under tho plow;
tans or thousands or factory plants to
build; rich minus to bo opened; groat
railway and canal systoms to bo built.
millions or homo-builders to bo mov
ed Into Slborln, tho Silver Kant or tho
Tsar's Kmplro, 'and many millions ot
Illiterates to bo oducnted to a high
er standard or llfo and or erricloncy.
Htort? House of Material
"Itussln Is a vaBt storo houso of
raw materials, and must for many
oars romnln n purchnsor or machin
ery nnd manufactured goods In In
creasing qunntltlos. Yet tho mills of
Kussla consumo $130,000,000 worth
of rnw cotton annually, and Russian
Iron and stoul rails havo already
found tholr way Into competition In
tho markets of tho world. Germany
nought moro from Itussln than any
other throe countries, nnd sold to
tho Ilusslans about lioU or tholr Im
ports. Thoeo two omplroB did a tre
niondous. thriving buslnoss with one
anothor hoforo tho war, and n great
stroiun ot Gorman oalillal flowod In
to tho northern omplro for lnvost
jnont. Hngland, Holland. Austria
Hungary, and Italy, In thv order nam
ed, follow wl Germany In business
with the KuwInnH. Gorman trade
promotion was throeughly organize!
throughout tho land, and in Itlpa
l'atronrad and Mhmow, nantes c
UioubhhU ot Uerinau flrwa could ) '
SZ. VkiHT yinWiillBtiMf ffra -vi
rOssiansview rathburn wins
m iimnun t f ni m n i u hiiiimi1
v mk u i uurv m nuuur
P II !
l'KTUOGUAD, Aug. 10. Tlid mill
tnry situation Is view by Itusslnn
army officers with a dogrco ot op
timism, owing to tho mnnnor In
which tho Gormnns havo been check
ed at tho crossings ot tho rivers Ll
wlrc nnd Krzna, ciiBt ot tho Scdllcc
Iiiikow front, where tho Invaders lost
K00 prisoners in addition to a heavy
toll ot dead and wounded. Confl
denco Is folt hero that tho Husslnns
will bo able to make nny further pro
gress of tho Invaders eastward very
costly to them.
Plcrco battles arc looked for In
tho district between tho Nurcc and
Narow rivers nnd nt tho crossings of
tho Mug. Tho Immediate Gorman ob
jective Is boliovcd to bo tho doublo
track railroad wiilch roughly pnrallels
tho prosont fighting front, running
from OssowoU to nllnystok, Ilrest-
Idtovsk and Kovel. This road Is pro
tected by denso forosts and by tho
mnrshos of tho region of tho upper
The apparent wonknoss of tho Ger
man tlnnks has romovod roar that tho
Russian army would bo bottled up.
Hvldonco or this seeming luck ot of
fensive power Is round In tho report
ed removal or n portion or tho Gor
man troops rrom tho Scdjlco-I.ukow
front to tho nllltlc region. Tlieso
troops nro said to havo been roplaced
Russian military critics find It dif
ficult to reconcllo this ovldouco or
weakness with Gorman claims or un
diminished strength. The Russian
l. . I ,!.. )!.... l..tt.i nMn n.lM
wil'iilj in mm uiunu uitiiiun tiiu 1111-
vnncod ror effect on tho Unlkun
Renewal of tho Gormnn o'ffenslvo
against tho Dvlna nt Jacobstadt Is fo
cussing again on tho Ilnltlc region.
AT BUTTE FALLS
Korost liroH in the Untie Fulls dis
trict, which drafted tlio Horvii" of
the mujoiity of able-bodied 'men of
the town nnd countryside, were re-
h)iniHilile for the euilnilmcnt of the
Iliittu Falls Uucknroo nnd rncing
meet on Hundny nftornocm, but what
it lucked in qunnlitv whh made up
in qunlity. IlroncliuH nud hueknroos
displnyed eliihs worlliy of larger
Hack ltnthbun of Mcdiord took the
nuiiipy in Hie bnicbnek rliins, ridinjr
ltimrock Susie, n wielfed little bnv,
straight up throuh u ierrific cxhi-
bitiim of bucking. Ilnv Ward, nl-o
of Medford. after lidinir While StJcuk
who proved In be n bctler balkor
tlinn n bucker, won the puio nnd the
phuulits of Hie crowd in u spirited
contest with .Mis Weaver, u lrj?o
brown mure, riding her Mrnixht P
IIirouli a whirlwind ilipliiy of b'tnk
TJkj wild bnlln had proven wilder
tlinn Huiir owners hud bargained for
and the bulls weir somewhere in tha
jungles between their jriimuj; ground
and Hutte KuIIh ui Inot uccountH. Iho
nfloruoon oiitertutnmeut wound up
with n baseball pime between hui
picked leniiix, tlio .Medford Diiiiunud
and tho Hutte KiiIIh Hnrkcrs, tho
fonner winning bv a roio of "I lo 0.
Tlio eiowil wilncHMcd a emitont not
on tlio ini'..'ii when "Dick" piumond
and "doc" I'nr'er, both of Medford,
run n hundred yard to Nellie a Ion,;
slundinjr ilispulo an to their rcspec
lic qualification lor (lie cinder
path. Diamond wii.
OF MANY USES
A Wbnderful Sale of Dainty Wash Dresses that Embrace More
Real Uses and More Genuine Service than Any
Other Dresses in the World
Scores of prctt v models, hundreds oC neat eolors ami patterns and sizes to fit, all women, tall, short, stout and
thin. Tho fabrics are high grade Percales, Chanibray'j, Ginghams, and other wash materials that will not fado
Not merely sewn together,
but tailored with skill and
care by America's foremost
""-" -ijF0n1iY0UR,BnEAKFAST TABLE
To lnjjneuHi' 1 Ijecomuifly attiied at your
bienkfuslfnMe ia u fJ'V'" "' l' l,,M,u w,1
sit wilh yout To assist' .yi.ilj" Uturliujr the day
light, these dresMtviQ .supreinu.
MIDDY HOUSE DRESSES
From early morn 'till late 'it
night, these dresses serve
with practical uses thnt no
woman will fail to recognize. 11
if fc? jr
FOR HOT WEATHER WEAR
Vtw lint linL Imtniil iliivu ol Hiuniurrtiiiioiu
.r !- ..- aa,,...... ..--,j - - -.--. -jr.-
coolnesH U n luxury von will welcome, thi'su,
light, airy dresses Hint permit you to InpTi.jJJ"
ishly but coinforlnbly attired. .A jm
PETER V0L0 BREAKS
- FOUR YEAR OLD RECORD
n.KVKXAN'l), Auir. 1(1. Peter
Volo broke the worlilV record lor
four enr old trotters and lied ibe
world's xlallion' trelling: lucord -
tublisbed bv The llancstcr when lie
won the fu-t heat of In- match race
Reported by Jacknon County Ab
tract Co., Sixth and Fir Hti.
Heal I'stale Trdiisfei-H
Mat .IiiIohcIi to Saiuoii Monkull-
iiiioh, jit. 20, 30, 20 .. 1.00
Win. S. Prowell to Wllford C.
WIlllaiiiH, It r, hlk 12, I-aur-oihurt.
.Medford .. . ... II.'iO.OO
with I.cc AnuoiIIin at North Kuudnll iWIHlnui 1). Willis to Alice Jnao
track at the -Inn. Tune L:0J
FOR YOUR DUSTING AND 'CLEANINGJ
Why noil jour cowl clothes when Hiese inoA'
pensive house (lnsnes give you such wondoiful
protection nt so little cost? Apjun tbeso dresses
ure supreme, tins tune for housewoik.
FOR PORCH WEAR
The inviting coolness nnd comfort of your
voranda enn be enjoyed to tho 'utmost in tluwo
chic littlo wash dresses, trimmed in bewitching
ways lo make lliem us attractive ns they are
THE AFTERNOON STROLL
Mirny of the models ure so modish and the
fabrics so dainty, thai you inuy wear them for
your nfloiuooh stroll, for calls and your down
town shopping. ,
FOR YOUR LUNCH HOURS l-
No need to rush off lo ulinugo youi'lidheelTt
the approach of lunch hour. These nVtni7iHjrc
nnd stylisli dresses ure "dressj" eiiuugliuven
though you baxe a guest nt the tabli;. . . ' M
FOR YOUR VACATION!?
Pack Iwo or tliiee of these er-.ililu UiohSch
in your trunk. They will give vhu Jruirii igmi-
fori, moio service nnd more plensure (.luf'n liny
garments vou could take with you otYyourwi-
.', mi i' or"
t r kSV ' .V.
ilresses willieijjyi Y.I,iaJ
gie her more service
f1 'w.w.i.,W iiIIWWB,
20C. Garnott-Coroy bldK
baths nnd Hclcntlfio masong-
ncodlo nprny, head and el
uower iu counuciiuui bii
dlctctlca, medical gyiJ
than nny dresses she
THE UNEXPECTED CALLER
While in the midst of our household work
and your dooibcll announces the urrhnl of one
of your neighbors, lliono dresses will permit you
to receive your caller without einhnrninicnt of
your personal appearance.
FOR OUTING WEAR
Por picnics, u day in I lie woods or country,
these diesscs'ure uubeulublu. The dust nud
stain of travel and Hie soil of outdoor wiar nil
vanish iu the wash.
FOR YOUR KITCHEN
Cooking, baking, dish washing nud scrubbing,
nil are enemies (if good clothes. Tlio wisdom of
wearing these ihossCK in your kitehen is best
understood vvben we sny, Hint they are neve
soiled beyond mere blundering to resloro their
THE DELIVERY MAN'S CALL
Wliun tlio butcher, grocer or linker deliver
their tern1' to your home, you no doubt pay the
elinigtM nud take bin receipt. The old way of
hiding bojond a hair closed door because ou
are not propeily attired, is nbolishcd bv those
I MARKET REPORT I
IrliiH Tula i iMiieni
KflHS UL .,,..
IU'TTIilf- Diurv, two pound 60c.
POTATOES New, $1.60.
ONIONS 1 Ms" Pr lb.
IIONRYlScu per lb.
IlUTTi;i -Wlioliwalo, 28.J
STKKHS Alivo, Tie.
COWS Alive, l((i)lac.
VPAI. Dressed, !)( 1 c.
IIUNS Largo, over d IIih., Ho;
small, 10c; old roosters, do; broil
ere, l'i to 2 lbs, Me; over 2 lbs.
DUCKS Pat, 8c.
m:i.UIAN IIAUUS, 6 to tie.
liny nml Oratn
WIIPAT KOe bushel.
OATS $28 ton.
HAY, Airnlfii, 1H ton; grain, .-fll.
1IAIILKY Wliolo afl.
A lilvcly .loh.
(irrom l'ajtton, In., Itecord.)
Tho reslRiintlon ot Supt. Pox of
the cumotory board has been received
with deep regret, for ho certainly la
the man for this place. Mr. Fox
him been wrapped heart and soul in
INSIST ON HAVING HOME MADE PRODUCTS
And thereby help the payrolls we have and help build up larger ones
THESE GOODS ARE MADE IN THE ROGUE RIVER VALLEY KEEP THE MONEY AT HOME
Medford Concrete Construction Co. Inc.
Scwcr Pipe Investigate our products. You can't no wron;i If you
Cu'vorts usc them.
Irrigation Pipe plans and Estimates Furnished Free on your Irrljja-
Valves and Gates ton( rjramafle anil Road Construction Work.
Lawn Rollers Ccmcnl f sae at Warc10USC or Factory
Brick Sand 0lflcc and Wareheuse: Factery:
Plaster Sand n. n icl, Majn anu- sixth. N. Riverside Ave.
Crushed Rock C. J. SEMON, Manager
NollhlMrs LUtlo CHrl When did
yon get baak. Mrs. Scrogelu'
Mm. arB Whr. lHd
hjtven't heHi 4fcf
Nvlchbar'a Little Olrl That' fun
I hoard motber m ou and Mr
and ( onaequcntlj eurie flttiug
ave ih' builder hbnUmi worry,
time mid mone) Our u-to-dtu
u.athiiK i. nnd long trlfnct uibii
uIhi luring ah, door, lillndi. etc.,
h mad it itMiUI tor ua to uro
dir unUilni la tliU Hue al (ha low.
OIL AND WATER
m Oo to J. A. SMITH
128 N. Grape St.
Medford Iron Works
E. G. Trowbridge, Prop.
General Foundry and
Plume !Olj Roh. Plume 5031
. Summer Requisites
LET US SCREEN YOUfi HOME
If they arc mado hy us they arc rluht and will please.
Home of Pacific Cedar Chest 1 13 SOUTH MOLLY
Pacific Furniture & Fixture Factory
Ask Your Grocer and Butcher
They Are gi5&fe. They're
Home v?ifSssOY me uesi
' JW IMI.IIKI
U 1 U VY 11 vsJsS40
USE THE PRODUCTS OF
Rogue River Valley
The Best Made
Help Home Industry. ,
Try Loyanlicrry Jttlco and Shcrhcts
at the fountains and Ice cream par
Patronize tho institution
that maintains tho Largest
Payroll in Medford.
The Best Equipped Job
Plant in Oregon outsido o
Spruig.n. hadbatl.oBBerheaa8yT3PORD SASH & DOOR CO.
tor a w-k' National Muntiih j- -