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MTCDFfmD VATT, TRTBFVK WTDftT), ORKCJOV, TVM)AY. JlTK C, 10U
HHItLIX, Jump ll. m London. A
profound xetHntlon lm Irhmi ituimhI
b.v the rot xpooch Hindu votordnv
buforu tin- roii-hstng by Clnuici'llor
Von Hotliinunn-llollwi'ir, in nliicb ho
ik'rljMi'il thnt nnv fin-tliT -ttftfo-t ioiiM
of M'ni'' by fliMiiiiiny would he Infill1
unci ovil. Hi- oloipu'iit ppprotl to t!u
nntion to hold on until vn-torv wn
theirs mid ilio imIpkouciiI i'cIiiiiicc
he Mil toil nt lftr:l(uid wctv ,;ioi't' !
with .li dew i.J npplttd i. At I tit
iMiiudiHion of hi- ."pooh h.' t'han
ccllor tt'ccivcd it tivuicndoiH ovnt.on,
the ohi'tTiiif; bi'in; tcncwco iik.iiii .11.11
iipniii. AP pnit.i's joined in lli, t 11 -tion
uith the t'V'i ption of tlio '(:!
M-rvnitvoK nnd tin' HoeinlM" lio se
ceded with Dr. I.R'bkmvld.
Thti eli.uu'ellor oppeali'l for tin1
nnily of nil puiliex, deeliiriui; thut
jiolitienl Unci ought to be obliteiiiu 1!
dllliutt tlie iit'o-eeutioii of .he war.
The coneluhioii of his speech brought
iilniosl the entire house to their feet
ill 11 wild outburst of enthusiasm.
"I mm) the entire iinliini," he Miid,
"in hemic siiiliuc fiichting for its I'u
tine, our "in und biotherri fixlitiiijt
nnd il.viinr anli by lido. There we
hih1 the eipinl love for home in nil..
The smiled llnine of love of home.
steels every henit so thnt they defy
denth nnd suffer death in thniHiiniW.
Only n liemi completely dried up enu
esenpe the nl'lcclin impic iim of the
ten I piiuiltive strength of this pen
pie." Y SHY OF
loe Lambert, eiisicu in the KiikHsIi
nuvy, uns hist on the llempsteud.
.Ml. Lumber! vvut bulletined for i'oii
spienonut'rfs ut the DnnlnuclM. He
wiis, the first to iceeive the Vietoiiu
I'm, for nilillery work in protecting
ititt limiliiii' of the KiiLlitfli wnMiiir.
He i a eoiiHiu of Willinui (iibsou of
the I lilted Sinter iiiniy, who --is
trwiucr ut the envulrv remount tu
tion ut .Miles ("it y, Mont.
.Mi. (libon is in the vnllev liu.viinr
mount" for the I'liitcd Sluten. He
stated tbt the etivnlry wits in n miv-otty-'lrickcu
condition for mount.
The I'nitt'd Slates leipiiremeulx nre
higher tluin the Itriti-h or Krenrli
And the pivernuieiit ennnut pity tlit
price- ( by the nllii, who luive
donned the country of itood mounts.
The Mexican troulilo bus dcolctcd the
rcinoiint stations- at Keuo City, Oklii.,
Mllil Miles City.
OF BAND TONIGHT
Tho Medford concert band unilor
the direction of Haiiiliiiaator HckIiiuIiI
0. Houland will hold ItH weekly con
cert In tho city park bund stand this
ovoniux at S o'clock. Tho lint to be
prtMonted by the bund thin ovonliiK
Ineliidoa aovorul claaalcs an woll as
ninny of the llnhtor and popular num.
tor. Tho "War March of the
Prieata" by Felix MondoMoiiu la
buliiK playod by roquoat. Following
la tho pregram:
March, "Officer of tho Day". .. Hall
Cocrt valao. "The l)ruld'n
Ovortuto, "XiRMQnetto" . ltaunian
Oae-toB, "Norway (the laud of the
Midnight ami) Plat-her
Oraml March, "War March of th
1'rotMa" from Athalla"
Popular, "The Little (Jray Mother"
u . t'ofcla
Chilian dance, "Manana" .... MUaud
March, "The Commander" ... Hall
The Star Spaualcd Ilamier.
OREGON WATER CODE
UPHELD SUPREME COURT
WASHINGTON, .luuc 1; --OregonV
water code, regulating irrigation
project and other wninr iikerx a
upheld as ronnlltiitional toda l tlie
Supreme Court The deUlon at
flrma the refusal of the Oregon Fede.
nil Court to enjoin aome 200 rlalm
anU to water right In the Stlvlet.
river from proeeodlng before the
Mte .Uer board to compel the Pa
cific Livestock Comoany to eatablUh
It rights to use the water o( the
Another attempt by land owners
alMg the MUataslppI to proceed
against the government on account or
floT'tg alleger to bare boon caused by
)' buUdlng, failed today w ben the
Supreme Court decided the Mississ
ippi river commission should not be
enjoined from constructing or repair
BIG NAVAL BATTLE;
Ui:ilLlN. June 2. i'iy win-leas to
Tho Associated PrcHs via Hayvlllc
Dolaycd In transmission.) -Hetnlled
reports of the naval battle In the
Xorth son detract nothliiR from the
Importance of the (lernmn vlctor.v
They show that the entire Herman
battle fleet, except tho Unlit foi.e
nsalKiiod to the llaltlc, vvni euKOKcd
with tho main force of the Iliitlsn
The fact that the llrll!nh miier
drcaduaUKht Wantplto was lout In the
day battle disposes of any aKsumptlon
thnt tho HrltlHh lmttlcHlilps arrived
too lato to pnrtlclputu declHlvely In
the innln eiiKaKcmeut. (The Iorh 01
tho Wursplte was announced by Hi.
(icrinnn admiralty, hut denied offi
cially In London, where it was sunt
the Hhlp wax damaged tmt not sunk 1
The number of (ieiiunn dontroeri
loHt Ih kIvcii aH five.
Anvour. the dotnlla which It Ih "ii
niisHlblo to triuiHiiitt In that a ItritlPh
crulxcr of tho Achilles t.vpe waa miii:K
In the euKnKoiuent at fairly cloho
quarter with the (lernmn riauHl.ip
Vlco Admiral Hipper, In command
of tho cruiser squadron, watt the (Icr
innn comiimuder In the Dokkct lunik
No further Information linn been
Klven out In roitnrd to the extent of
the damages sustained by the Oct man
unltM. It is frankly admitted that
they are b.v no means tiffin and the
loan of personnel f 10111 the Ornish
shell flic iilxo In conceded. Never
theless the pi lie of vliioi Ih rcKiird
11I as ii-l.itlvcK small
AT PAGE THEATER
A lomauee denliiitf with kiciul
canto in the I'nited Stale- military
service prove mi excellent vehicle
for Frnueis X. Ilindiiiiun nnd Ileverlv
llnyue, the nttinction at the Puro
thenter toni)tht. With 11 story ho
consistently 'interest in and the production-
which the .Mfllnr cnrpnintiiAi
Iiiim ifiven the piny, "'Hie Wall lle
tnecu" has proven a popular ollir
itiar. This Mtory, ndnpted trout the
novel by Itulpli I), l'nine, )s n hue
story, tellini; of the ipiartei'iiwister
scrxeiint's roumnce with n jtirl wlms(.
uncle is a colonel in the service.
Kdith chics nnthinu about the social
Msiiiiiii which goex with xhoulder
stmp-, nnd she iiiMiinKoa lo meet
Kendall seorolly. When the reiriiuent
is Kent to Nicamirua, K'cndull there
di-tiiitrnislies himself as n soldier,
He liven up to the liinh reaid in
which both the enlisted men nnd
manv of his superioi-K hold him.
When the regiment returns lie i
jxianted nu houonible discharge and
is free then to murry I-Mith with the
confccnt of hor uncle, Colonel Dick
inson. MisK Ilayue iK seen to marked ad
vantage km 1'dilh Ferria. Mr. Hush
mini has n Miit which i admirably
suited to his talents. He in Sere
unt Kendall, a man of education, who
has risen in the highest position )hi
luissihle under the condition cit
iug. "The Wall Hctwccn" rank with
the be-l Mctm picture.
Packard and other promi
nent automobile engineers
favor motor oils from
Western crude. Exposition
juries at San Francisco and San
Diego gave highest competitive
awards to Zerolene an oil from
Western crude. Zerolene is the
best oil for your motor because
scientifically refined from selected California crude
asphalt-base. Government experts tell us that oils
correctly refined from asphalt-base crude "distill
without decomposition" do not break up and lose
their lubricating value under cylinder heatJand are
'much better adapted to motor cylinders, as far
as their carbon-forming proclivities are con
cerned, than are paraffine-base Pennsylvania oils."
When you empty the crank-case refill with Zero
lene. Dealers everywhere and at service stations
and agencies of the Standard Oil Company.
ihe Standard Oil
WASHINGTON, dune 11. -l'latm
for the democratic 11:1 1 innl eiiuveli
tioti'vvith pnrticulnr rel'eienec to the
platform were disousijcd todav by
President Wilson with his advi-eis at
the cabinet mccthiir nnd nt an in
formal white boose conference.
Senator Ollie .lames, who is to be
pehnanciit eluiirmiiii of the eonveii
tioii, nod Kepieseiitntive lloicmiis,
1 liiiiriiiaii of the democratic eougies--iiinal
cntuuiitlee, ui'tieipatcd. The
tone of the plat I'm m, a droit of
winch is lieinif prepared bv the pien-
nli nl. will be influenced by the nc
1 1 utti of the Chicago convention.
' Members of tin cabinet lire pre
juniinv information to be used in the
platform and the sH'cchc of Former
(lovernor (ll.vnn of New York, the
temvorary chniimnu, ,ludgc .lohii W.
Wecotl, who will loiminale Mr. Wil
son, and Senator J.imes.
IiKS M(HM:s. la., .linn
ilefeat ol Woman -illl'lii-ji
was indicated b" returns todnv
'csteidny'i. riuinp'. SupMrlers of
the amendment, however, say the vole
fnun the mini dintricts will turn the
tide in their fnvor.
DISK MOINF.K, In.. June 0. -Twelve
hundred pieoincU out of
221)7, according to unofficial teliirn,
isive S:i.:il)0 for the MiffiHge mnend
meut and Kit, 1(11 nsrainnt.
lir.NJA.MlN' -In Portlund. Or..
Mm. Mary Ann Benjamin, nged (10
years, of cerebral ioplexy, hi loved
HiMer of Mm. Al AH'ord oT Talent
and ,1. N. Muufichl "I I'olo. Fuucuil
servieeK weie held Friday, June 2. at
10 o'clock n. in. Interment in the
Itose Citv cemetery, I'm ilniiil.
Mr. and .Mra. Charles Kellogg of
Palmer creek, are vImi;hk wuli Mul
Wm- - i , gjcrmiiii
for Motor Cars
AND EARL WILLIAMS AT THE
NF.W YORK. June b Wall Mrfet
knew of the reported fnie of Unrl
KiUdicncr mid his itulf on hour he
fore the market oKncd, by which
time newHbny wore shouting the
menger detnila throughout (he fin
ancial district. In biyiking circle
nnd on the stock cchaii"c the trag
edy formed nluiost the one topin of
diNciiro'ioii nml waa regarded aa n
blow to the emiSA ot the allies. The
niiirket i I well' win waivoly affected
nt the outset beyond some slight ir
legulatity whiidi wit nioie iIihii lieu
Inilized liv the strength of cerliiiu
WSHIN(ITO .lun fi Hear d-
mlral Capcrton. commandliiK the
merUati fon-ea In Han Domingo, ad
vised the navy department todny that
ii) rdicl force of L'na attacked tho ma-
line camp at Monte Chrlsii jester
ln The rebels were driven off.
H.vcn or their nniiiier
There wi re no
Vim ri an casualties
Ready to Eat
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. in n
V HZJWXK I
H 1", -"-TutrJiti
(THREE KILLED BY
nUXVKK, Colo., June 0. Three
peraona were killed nnd two injured
when Denver & Itin Orunde trniu No.
1.), ventliouud, wna derailed nenr
Colton, I'tnh, nboul 1 o'clock this
iwicnSng, 'nceordinif to rcprtrla re
ceived ut railroad hendqiinrtora here.
The dead nro Kngincer A. M. Cunip
btdl and two unidentified (minim.
Ftreiunii Willinui Reluieffer nnd Hie
mnil clerk were injured,
Two ciiuinc, the mail nnd two ex
press ours were dcmilod. None of
the eonohc left the trnck. Tho trnin
is mil for e.preH hiisiiieas mid enr
nes no Pullmnin.
DK8 MOINHa, la , June ('..- Vic
tory for the republican gubernator-
, lal uoiulnatlou was tho only certain
result early todny of tho statewide
primary hold yoaterda). Itoturua yet
lo he received from rural dlvtilcts,
It was said, would decide whether the
constitutional amendment providing
for woman suffraiie had been adopt-
Tlie Now Whole Wheat
Food with the D?cots
Flavor originated by the
whole Wheat food, has taken its
permanent place on the American
Krumbles has the full appe
tizing flavor and sweetness of
wheat, now brought out for the
first time by the Kellogg method.
Krumbles is prepared from the
whole of the wheat. It contains
all the starch, all the protein, all
the mineral salts, all the phos
phates, and all the bran. It is
cooked, "krumbled," and delicately
toasted all the food value is ready
to be assimilated.
In the WAXTITB packuge lOc
Look for this signature.
CHIOAaO, Juno C -The Woman's
party convantton which yetordn
liuuiohod tho first woman's political
party ratumiHl IU mootings today
with throe leaalons on tho program.
CominltteeH on pernmuent organi
sation, rules and on hearlnga boforo
I tho ropuhltoHn, progressive and dem
ocratic conrontloiis. nnmed yostorday,
, conferrod thli morning.
I rrho "auffrnge naeomtily" called by
the National American Woiunu Hut
frag,) association hold Its first moot-
I lug todny. Tho assembly will luttt
1 for two dnys. itosolutlona will bo
adopted today which 1110 to bo pro-
sentml to tho ropubllcan convention.
Mrs. Carrlo Chnpiniti Cntt, proHl-
I dent of tho association, called tho
BHsonibly to ordor. Tho opening hob
hIoii -will bo known as "the political
party plnnk-s dchhIoii."
Tho program for tho day calls for
two hcshIoiih, a luiichifbu and In tho
evening n dinner Tor nbuttt Ifio load
era at the residence of Mrs. Cyrua II.
IN- EAST AFRICA
HAVin:, Frnnce, June O.-Tho
Belgian force' operalinix in Herman
Unal Africu hnve penetrated 12")
miles into tho eneinyV ternton miiicc
the middle of April, uccordiiig to an
officiul Htulemunt iaeued by the Itel
giuu wnt nffluo. Tho Htuteiucnt Hn.VH!
"At Hie end of May the Hituatioii
of our forces in Domini! KiihI Afrioit
wiiH as follews: Our loft column
lealcd on tho river Kugern. Our
center had crossed tho river Ahnu
jnrtt, where the enemy foreim were
repoited to have conccntrnlcd, our
right column upproaehing Hi town
"Aecordiug to the atalumcnt of
prisoucra, tho enemy is dumorulixed
by reveiKCH. A provisionul govern
iiieul ban lieeu elnlililiei b.v us in
The town of I'Niuuliiirit it the can-
ilal of the (Icrmau province of 1'r
uudi, on the cast shine of Lake
the delicious new
AUNY OREGON WOMEN
SAY THE SAA1E.
Portland, OrcRon. "My dmiRhtcr's
health wns very poor utter her tlrst
baby came. Finally elio took three
bottles of Dr. Picrce'fl Favprito Pre
scription nnd her health wns greatly
Improved. Sho has three children.
Has always depended on this wonder
ful medlcino to help her through."
Mns. Isa pel Iinr.TitAND, 80 Texas St.,
f"I usca Doctor
, Pierco's Fnvorlto
foro my baby
came and I belicvo
it saved my life,
as I was In very
TJIna. 0. II. Pow-
cna, Lents, Ore
Nete: Dr. Pierco receives, dally,
many letters lllco tlio abovo from all
over tho world.
Tho mlnbty rcstorntlvo powcrof Dr.'
Pierce's 1-nvorito Picscrlptlon speedily
cmi8oa nil womanly troubles to dis
appear compels tho organs to prop
erly perform their natural functions,
oon-ccta displacements, overcomes
irrogularltloa, romovos pain and misery
at curtain times nnd brings back
health nml strength to nervous, irrita
bio and exhausted women.
What Doctor Piorco's Favorite Pre
set Iptlon lias dono for thour.nuds it
will do for you. Oct It thin very day
from any medlcino dealer, iu cither
liquid or tablet form.
Doctor PIhwo's PolloU nro uncqnalod
as a Mvor Pill. Xmnltctt. awlat fo
tnle. One Unu, .Stioor-eoafftt l'clict a
Itosc, Cum Sick llcnducho, Ittllom
lleadnchc. Dlwilne, Constipation. Indi
gestion, ltlllons Atl.icl.-n, nnd all d
rnniti'innuts of tho Ltver, Utumach and
Exhibition and Regular
6 to 9:30
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Sutton
of Snn Francisco in
Fox Trot and Parisian
Delicious and Refreshing
llero'a every girl a drink,
A delicious, refilling VELVET
ICIC CHISAM SODA.
Why not come in 0110 of thosa hot
daya anil try ono of our Thirst
QupiicIiIiik Kodaa with l'tiro VulvuL
lio Cn-am In It.
It'a a l'ura WholeMino Koop Cool
lt'n bound to iiImm you.
Kv'rlody who triM ono ot our
Ire Cream oda once eeinoii back
(uuio in today and try ono.
Medford House Movers
W K MOVE
HOUSES. DARNS. GARAGES,
fi!2 S Newtown. 737 W. 14th St.
F Wf hTJ 1
."s J t.K Ibk' H.
208 East Main Strcot,
Tho Only Exclusivo
hi Southern Orogon
NTegativoa Mado any time or
placo by appointment.
Wo'U do tho rest
E. D. WESTON, Prop.
Mttlfoii! IJooMors Smoke
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