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Footlnn Also Gained on German Sec
ond Line of Defense Progress Re
ported All Alonn Line Heavy
Bombardment of New French Posi
tions East of Souclicz.
ALLIES GAIN IN
SEVEREFIGHTING! EASTERN FRONT:
cninpnten in the nlley toward secur
ing iilTi'iirp nnd a site.
. .. llljial nnnilKllin
.... iL-l "In MIOW OI llio emit." r .
lamette valley and Port "d Is b hg ff J J fM tft (f d
crippled hccaiwo of he '""" J Enable facilities. Is having a tot
Southern Pacific railroad compan to re Md the mesaK0
(urnl.li tho necessary cars, th O.e- rj c B w yonr
gon Public Service commission today , Iurnlflh carB
wired William Sprou.c, premium. . """'- ,,,.. nI1(. ais0 what
SPROULE ASKED TO
EXPLAIN CAR SHORTAGE
: ' " " "" ""::' ':,::;" an for these shipments, an
8AH3M. Ore , Sept. 30,-Dcclarlng the company at San r ranclnco for an Jo wpcctcdf
that the lumber IndiiBtry In the n- """
I'AltlS, Sept. 30. In continuation
of the general offoiiHlvo movement
on tho western front, tho French have
captured an Important defensive work
of the rjermanN Houth of Tllpont, It
was officially announced by tho war
In the Champagne French troops
have pained a footing at various
points on tho German second line of
defense, tho official statement adds.
The text of tho communication fol fel fol
eows: "The only renlstanco pf the enemy
in tho Artols district Iibb boon a very
violent bombardment of our now po
sition to the east or Souchez.
rroKiTuis In Oinuiwiio
"In tho Champagne district wo
have secured a footing lit ncveral
points In the trenches of the (lermnn
wcond line of dcfciiRO to tho west of
llutto f)e Tuhurp, and to the west of
tho Navarln farm. At this latter
point certain detachments of our
troops mado their nay thtoiiKh und
resolutely advanced bevond tho (!or
rnnii line, but It wns Impossible for
them to maintain this advancq be
muse or a curtain of fire maintained
by the flerman nrtlljery an woll as
a violent riaultlnK rlflo flro. Our
men, however, hold firmly the points
conquered by them on the second lino
of the enemy.
"To the south or lllpont wo have
qnlarxcd and completed our conquest
of the first lino (lermnn positions
by taking possession of a portion of
the Important nppor(lng worlts lo
cally known as the "Quvragu do J
IJefnltc," ft"0 defeat earthworks.)
"The night pashod quietly ulong
the remainder nf tho front.
"In spite of most unfavorable nt
mospherlc conditions our nlrcrnft
HqiludroiiK yesterday bombarded tho
lines of communication behind the
Herman front. SImiIIh were thrown
down on the rallroa,a. Millions In tiio
Valley of tint Hulppo ot IJnzancoiirt,
Wunncrlvllle, Pont Kavcrger nnd Bt.
Illlacc-Lc-Pctlt, as well as upon n
(lermnn column marching near Boni-mc-Py."
JOHN I MINTO
SA1.UM, Ore.. Sept 30 - - lly unan
imous vote tho slate board of control
today uppolntcd John W. Mluto of
Portland to succeed lila brother,
Harry P, .Mluto, who was killed liy
no escaped convict near Albany Mon
day nlKht, as warden ot tho Oregon
John W. Mlnto has served as chief
of police of two cities, Portland and
Salem. He also held tho office of
bherlff of Marlon county nnd sa
pohtuiasler at I'oi Hand. The appoint
nient becomes effective Immedlatel).
- , I Tlio Oiejjon-rinli Sinmr company,
, , , ,.,,, . enpitiilifed lit $100,00(1, with n lioml I
Capture of Hill 19 in Champagne Reg- Petrorjrad Claims Territorial Gains of j wHI, of .fj-,oo,ortO. hut been ineorM.r. ,
ntcd nt Suit l.nke, the object beinj
to construct n beet snjinr factory in j
he Itocuu Iliver valley in hme foi
the J 01 (5 crop. George V.. Sunders,
Ion hy French Conceded Else
where Line Declared Held Suc
cesses Reported Along Russian
Front Heavy Battles in Progress.
Iimtt.t.V, Sept. .10. I.orh of nn
other posldon In Franco to tlio allies,
as n result qf the Rreat battle now In
proRress, Is nnnounced In the officii!
statement fr.tm the war oWco today
Tho Germans lout Hill No. 19.
Hilt No. 10 Is n position In the
ChnmpaRne region north or the town
Tho text or the Herman orflelil
"Western theater; Yesterday the
enemy continued his nttejnpts to
break throiiRh our lines In tho Chain,
"Soulh of tho Mcnln-Yprcs road n
position occupied by two Kngllflh
companies wan blown up.
Slow l'mjnrsM .Mndo
"North or Loon our counter nttnok
"Southeast or Ronrhez the French
succeeded In penclrutliiR our Hues Ju
two small sections. Fighting cou.
"A French attack south of Arras
easily was repulsed.
"liattlcn between Tlholms nnd the
Argonno wero very bitter. South of
St. Marlc-Py an enemy brlRndo broke
through our outer IIiich of trencho.i
Our reserves In counter nttack cap
tured &00 prisoners and destroyed
"All French nttacks between the
Sommy-Py-Soualu high road nnd the
Challcrango-St. Menehoud ratlin
were repulsed yesterday after blltor
hand to hand fighting In whlc'i the
enemy fliifforod heavy Incuts.
Admit Hill Ciiiit.ii-.Ml
"Karly today a slronn enemy at
tack on the front northeast of Musi
sIrck broke down. North ot l.assUner
Hill No. 10 which was vmy much &
posed to the euemy'ri flankluR (li'o
"On Hie other fronts nMlllery diiwh
nnd mlntiiK enRnRoipents of var.vlnc
Intensity took place. '
"lluiitern theater: Soulh of Dvlnnis
wo fore-vl the enemy back Into th
mnrshefl und lakes to the east of
Wcsxmouo. Our cavalry enRiiuemeus
In the rcKlon ot Postawy wero juc
ressful. "Fast of KmorRon wo broke
throuuh the enemy position by storm
One thousand prlsoueri, lucludliK
seven orllcers, were taken and sU
lanuon nnd foir machine ruiis were
captured. South of Suiomo'i the bat
"Army or Prince Leopeld: ICueniy
attacks ngalust mnny seclloiiH of the
front were repulsed with ualiRiilnan
"Army of Field Marshal Von Mae
kenzen: The situation Is unchanged.
'"Army or Ocnoral Von Llnslncen
Ou tho upper Kormln tho HiiHslanu
wero driven back In an easterly dl
lection About 800 pilsoners wyre
taken. Two ItusMuu neroplnuoH were
Considerable Extent Enemy Push
ed Back Twenty-five Miles Bat
tles of Great Intensity Fought
Germans Win Loral Success.
IM"niOnH.n, Sepl. .'JO.- Tcnilor
inl guilts of eonsiiU'inble ctutit by the
KiirisiniiH ie inilli'iitCtl liv the Idlest
infoniintlon recited at I lie war of
fice. The Hermans have lieen pushed
back Itvenly-l'ive miles to n point mid
way Id the Vilnii-Uiliisk ruiltvny.
West nnd south of .Molndeclino the
(lerniniis have been foiced linek right
milcH ucro-iH Die Lida-.Molodeehno
At no patt nf Hie uorlherii lines
liate (lermiiu tiius Ikcii aliiiouuced,
nlilioiili bullies of reat intensity ate
being fought nit the 80-milo line from
K'nziauv, nn the lUsnn river, trt Krivo.
The flormntis hate eoneentraled
eonsii'ei'iible bodies or troops diawn
from the 1'iipft icgimi along this line.
South of the I'npel the (lermtiiH
have won u local miicccss nt Cinrlo-lisk.-'JO"'
miles west of-tlie railway
junction nt Snrnv. They appear to
have gained control of the Htyr to
a point south of Lutsk.
A strong effoit also is being made
bv the Germans in the region of Xowo
Aiexiniee, fifteen miles north of Tnr
r.opo). The Hussinn authorities be
liete this movement represents nn at
tempt to reach the great highway be
tween Kiemet. nnd Ostrog. Further
south of the Stripn, tvost of Tamo
pol, (lie lttissinin, have had, the best
of the fighting.
bend of the Hogne River I'nblic Scr
vice corpotntinu. is nnm-d as presi
dent; Wilhird Smith, ice-president;
Alex. Viblev nf -I'tirllimd, secretary,
and Harold Smool, son of Fidlcd j
Slates Seuiilnr Reed Smool, and Pan- j
ield II. Thomas, directors. N'ibley is1
well known in this city, being hen
several limes Inst spring with F. S.
This is the' first wmd, dilcel or in
direel, leeched from the beet sugar
interest, since F. S. Ilrninwell tisit
cd the city Inst August and went to
Sail Lake, with samples of beets
grown b'rc. It is belieted that with
this important detail complete the
company will nl once iuauuutnlc it
.Much Ailler-r-lCn FmsI In MerifnKl
It Is reported by I.. H. Hnsklns
that much Atfler-I-Ka Is sold In Med
ford. People have found nut that
ONK SPOONFtTL of this simple buck
thorn bark and glycerine mixture re
lieves nlmost ANY CASIVor codMI
patlon. sour or gassy stomach. It Is
so powerful that It Is used success
fully In appendicitis. ONK MIN
UTE nftor you tnko It the gases rum
ble and pass out. It is perfectly safe
to use and cannot gripe.
Time to Dress Up
The loiiff-lookccl-for prosperity is here. Yc Men nnd Women of Mcdford bcing
the best "people on earth, shonkl join the procession and dress up in tho . ? l
host clothes, which are found at The Toggery, of course. Our JTart, fcelmrfiioi
& Marx Suits and Overcoats for men and young men are. pertcetly. wonderful
this season. You must see them. Not too cxti'avnjjnnt lm(,-
Overcoats $18.50 t to $35
Suits . . . $20.00 1 to $35
Other Suits and Overcoats, $12 and up.
Tho most, wonderful exhibit ever shown in Mcdford. Wo ean't describe thoin
urouorlv. but our most effituent force of salesmen will be happy to show you-
the latest models for well-dressed men.
mighty welcome. .
ntiit " . - r "
The latchstring is out and you'll be
' ; v Jr?A
Henderson Corsets for
W'ASIIIXCITOS', Sept. 110. llids
. for building nivteeu uulmiiiunisj an
tViorired by tint hit congress, tim
opened today, I ho Viuou Iron WorU
jf Kan Fninelhoo, nnd the Klis'tric
Toritedobont comnnuv of Qniney,
Mnhs., submitting the lowivt otfeih
fur tho Pacific nnd'Atlunlic iohMi.,
Tlio Snn Fninciseo conccn hid for
fho or piore nt $.". 0,000 each, the
fjrnt to I"' completed in twelve
nfonths nnd two cneli month 'tnrpnf
ter. Tho lussncliusetti's cninpunv
l)d for eight ot more nt f.V-,!l,'000. the
find to he completed ubin sotc.i
' NF.W 0U, Sept. .10. The in
crease of WOO in Ihe slate hqiuu h
cense fcs which hccoipcn eftectite
tomorrow, will foue (100 saloon out
of husiuesb in Mnnliiittnu und Itr.uik
I,mi and educe the city's sliare in
this iMtcnue ahoiil !?.1(i0,000, nceoiil
inp to iwtiniatos of tho officeti. of re
tail liquor denlotV insocialioii. The
ineiease brings the cost of tho It
licunxeti up tOfc$1500.
The iwoike coiuiiuiHiui)r for Mun
biitnn said todny he bcli.ntnl that peo
ple nrc ,iiot dnnking n much now its
in piut years nnd thai in his opinion
moving inclines kisp men t'l.uu -.i-loon-.
WASIIINOTON, Sept .10 Most of
the 1!00 Civil war veterans token to
hospitals yer.terdny when they became
eNh.tus.ted In tho Q. A II parnde, had
fully rccoveied today and wero rendy
for participation In the remainder of
the annual reunion progrnpt.
The oteraus had n busy day heforo
them with n reception nt the white
house b President Wilson to the sur
viving orriceis or the Civil war, a
business session tit Camp Emery,
headquarters of tho O. A. It., and the
dedication or tho'juhlleo tablet at
FIND TRAIL OF MAN
DEAD IN MOUNTAINS
J. W. Warner of Trail, iiro Cri, was
round dead near his homo Wednes
day. Death was due to heart failure,
lie went In search of horses In the,
hills und was stricken. Ills son Hay
found him dead after an nil night
search The funeral services will be
hold today at Trail, lie Is survived
hy a widow and nine children.
Br. Csler en 'Ii.terculcsis
sir ttlhibiM tulrr, uur ul llic lure
in ii I r lit lun mr.lli'iil in cu, fur.
utrrl) ul J nli in. l,iikiua, llultiiuurr,
Mini mil. IUhiu I'rul. nr of tlr.ll,
t'lur m tltlncJ, ) In lila "1'rMi'llrr
ul II. iII.Ihi-" (IMC), .in iMir Villi
'I lir UrMllUK ul iulii..iiiar lulirr
. Illn-U U Mh.x.u i-IIhI.-mII) Ii) ihr
rr.o.rrj ul uMllri.t In .lior npulj
rlMll. lUaur Muil lutrllll lin.r lirrd
luun.l. In (lie tcrMiuiUilitua
uru.l.icl muiI Mk.H'l.ilr.l iur.iluul
M.Mr llaaur la r.irnirit, tthllr Ihr
amallrr .Martina nrrua lir.uuir lilt
prriliiHlrU .lit. Ilini' anlla. Tu aui'h
ciiuilllluna nluur almulil llir Irrni
brall.ik lir Miillr.t."
Muim rmhi.'iit infill, ul HUlli.irltlta
li.iM' l.alitiril t tlif rlln'U.- of hinc
ai.lla in li. lii'iiliiiKiii of tiilivuu
limia uiul ie aunraa of K. Kimiiu'h
AllvlallV.' hi lliln ami ulll.nl tin mil
mill liiuii. Uml ulTv. Iluim inu li) line
lii.rih ( llin fi.il tlt.it l I'uniHiiiM
u lliu.i auli iu . iiililnra Willi oilier
VmIuiiIiI Iiiki rillrni! ,ia I.. l rnalh
Vld.'airi..il UN.t of Una i ..until, in
nuiimroiiM .-Hki of IuIihi.'IiIumIii -lli.nl
nf ulil. Ii HnpcMr tu klMte itilil
rtl vmiilit to II -Jiutlflr uur be
lief tlml It I wurtli u tlial, uulea
iiiiiu ollivr ireMlniDiii nlioudi la
nurrviKtliiK It coiiluiHK nu 0ihiUi,
lmnnti. ur Imlilt-furinlui; ilrtiKn.
We uiAkK no li(hu.i'a .(iik.tiiIih it
any inoi tlutt riuUUIe phxli lam
Kit promlaot wllh their irorli
tlon, liut wi. know of iimii) ia.
Iu winch IT HAS UKM'KD.
Youi druKKUt Iiuii u ur .an cvt
II. ot ou ...ii arml UiitHt
l:.'Lmuu l.nlinrMtiiry, l'hMailrlihl,
Prioo $1 nnd $2 a bottle.
Are the Best .
i Unsurpassed Offerings in New Season's Goods t
JL . tmso iirv AiTAIITTrC ADP AAfl?T mA P'T. Y
COMPAKlbUiN Ur rKiuH-& Jrsu yuAuio rxixi nwx
Economical Shoppers Make This Store Headquarters
Correct Fall and Winter KNIT Underwear
for Particular Women
Reliable qualities in the. lending make
all styles and sizes in period fitting
Yost. Pants and Union Suits at prices
that will appeal to economic shoppers.
THE FOREST MILLS UNION
SUIT AT $1.00
A complete new stocU of the celebiat
cd Forest Mills Union Suits wor wo
men. Mado with .seam in the sides
that fit so snug and smooth under the
corset; they come in all stylos in fall
and winter weights and iu all sizes;
garments made from the best grade
selected cotton, priced at, suit, .$1.00
MISSES' WOOL UNION SUIT
A positive advantage for those who
buv their tall and winter underwear
at this sale. Sizes are complete from 2 to 14 years,
made from fine white Australian wool mixed with a
very small percentage of cotton, just enough to keep
from shrinking, cut with Dutch neck, short sloovcs,
ankle length: a perfect fitting garment for $1.00
CHILDREN'S UNION SUITS AT 59c
& The well-known and reliable made Children's heavy
elastic ribbed cotton fleeced Tnion Suits, in all sizes,
a splendid garment at a low price, each, o,..y....59('
SLEEPING GARMENT 59c
k4 Mi1-(V F7
New Fall and Winter Coatings
on Sale at S2 and $2.25 Yard
Here is a Special underpricing of the
new double-weight. all-wool Coatings &
worthy of your best attention.. In-
cludgd arc the new shadow and oinllro
nlaids, Scotch 'mixtures, novelty hou- ;t
eles, etc., in a full range of the best
new colors. Fabrics of regular 2.f)0, "
$0.00 and ...")0 qualities, especially
priced for this sale.
NEW BROADCLOTHS AT Y
.vl-inch Broadcloths in chiffon finish, X
soft as velvet. They come sponged A
and shrunk, ready for the needle all A
the correct new colors, on sale at, per A
. O OK 2
viil'a cjw.t '
SPECIAL TO WOMEN X
livery child should sleep out of doors in order to get
the full benefit of the pure night air. Komembor, you
T should supply them with a comfortable and warm
sleeping garment made from soft cotton, heavy fleece
V lined, per suit, only 59t4
A Special Showing of Comfort Materials
KU PABO, TM, Sejit So -An-umcInk
tbo occupation of Torrcon,
(fciex I'alaclo and Lerdo. jielKhbor
iHjc rltr. mt'MMKO from (ieneral 15.
uMto, dutod nt Torreou was trans
urtlM t tVvn Carranxn couulate lure
Ufjij- hy C. Kldoa MlreloH, Carrnn
Itt W01f i Coahulln ntato.
Tho most economical, cleaniluc and
sormlcldal of ull untlaentica U
A soluble Antiseptic Powder to
be duiolved in water as needed.
r.ONIMIN SmiiI 10 .l.lltlQtlal " """ '"'. .v..,v .. uiwuh
I.wmhia. ttiu 111 ..I.IHIUII.i ir,,aiiiiir i-aurrh. Inrtaniinallnn nr
detail, of wliut re rharartiriitHl n ' lll,.,, , .., n,-,,, ,i ,i,,i
"wIioIhmii nm..ucri or Armonlaii.l cn,uo,i by remiuluo' 111 It has uo equal
in Aaia Minor ' air mini the Timen ppr Un ye-r. tho Lydla R I'lnkbatu '
Cairo eorrwiiioHiitui lit. HMtfrtk lh( MihIIcIiio Cu lian recommended Paxil no
three oi Ummw l.lu had lunx twen In . w tlwir privato correaitondeuoo wun
UiN( rrtMMta of Tahtat'Ilej. TurkUk
nuiUMer of war In ihU ltt w Ih
ilild.'il I'at-ti.i ln am Ktreiuti. Iu
In. I J.
if ,1 i it iiit'iii
imeM, wkleh provM lu Nuoorlorlt,
Wohin who have lncn etiro.1 nay
Ii In -woriM it-. welRlu In Hold" At
ilnirK'-' . lam.' Ui oi I y mull.
Time now to prenare for
fall ami winter bedding
requirements. Here ou
will find unsurpassed as
MU'tments of Comfort ma
tt rials most moderately
prim!, ns ou may judge
from these items:"
Challies at 5c Yard
Ul-ini'h standard qualii
Coiulort Chiillii'.s hown,
in a ciMUpletc variety f
stles, in li'lit and dark
eoluriufjN, all in w good.
Calicoes at 7c Yard
Sewral hundred ards nf
CuUil'i't I ( alii ins vm n
. , A A ta a -A. J S. s A. A.
in large floral patterns
they come lull - incites
wide and in protty mlnr.
Challies at 10c Yard
M-ineh Comfort Challicij.
shown in both large and
small designs, il'weis
and figures, in all A.iittod
Rock River Cotton
For eomfort lii.in.., made
from nice pure a mle soft
i.-lb. halts ..
US-oz. batt.s ...
.Mb. halts ...
i oo laiiuu luiut . iioMou, mom vvvvvvvvvvvv;v?vvvvvvvv;
NEW DRESS AND WAISTING
SILKS AT $1.50 AND $2.00 YARD
An endless variety of weaves and col
orings to select iroiu .iru-wuit?
Printed AVarp Faueies, Satin Stripes and Overplaids,
etc , in rich color combinations all beautiful new
goods, especial values tit, yard $1.50 and $2.00
In center aisle von will
find we are offering some
unusual values in high
.rvniln Sweaters, values
fade from 2 to o years, f
comes in red, white and
"c J ) l2 Z.tl " if Oxford, cap, -jacket and A
UptO.Tt.ou, una iiwiv mi. , . ' .,
on sale Friday and Satur- leggings to match, per
day at, each, only..?4.95 suit
Splendid Exhibit of New Fall Hats
Tomorrow tho millinery salons
conducted by Misses Kundlett
and Stewart will feature a spe
cial line of Trimmed Hats at
from $(5.f0 to $9.75. Tailored
Semi-Dress and Dress Models in
splendid assortment. Many of
b h- the hats aro duplicated iron.
' 2 sueh well-known makers as Hy
v -O land. Vhipps and Iiawok. Vel
vets, felts with velvet Jaemg and trimming ot tur,
birds, beaded and metallic ornaments. Largo and
sinailhats iu all new fall shapes to select from.
New Laces New Braids New Furs
- S V.