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MEDFORD MATL TRTBTTNR afRDFORD, ORTCttOT, TUESDAY, 'JTLT TT, T.OTfl
WASHINGTON, July 11. Senate
democratic lenders lmvc decided to
postpone action on nil conservation
Mils until December and hnvo the
penate work In daily session from 1 1
n. in. to 8 p. in. The. plaro of tho
administration Mil on the program
will be tho subject. of n conference
Ab an Indication Hint the republi
cans expect to help expedite measures
they do not oppose, a committee was
nppolutcd to confer with' tho demo
crats on the program.
"It Is tho purpose of tho republi
cans to opposo very vlfiorously tho
government ownership, nnd oporntlon
feature of tho shlppliiK bills. We also
uluill oppose tho revenue bill on tho
ground thut government revenues
nhoiild be raised from our Imports,"
wild Leader flallliiRer.
Ioniocratlc Kenatorn sald.Jhey ex
pected to see conuress In session until
J'ubllo hearings may bo held on the
revenue hill, which reached the sen
ate from the house today und was re
ferred to the sub-committee.
Tho pendliiK bill for relief of Cal
ifornia oil operators on lands with
drawn by President Tuft will ko ovor
to tho next session of congress nnd
bo taken up tho second Monday In
December by a rearrangement of the
legislative program ngreod upon to
day by senate leaders.
The ndmlulstrntlon shipping bill
and thrt corrupt practices bill wero
Klven tho right of way at thoipresent
nesslon over ull but three pending ap
WASinS'nTON, July 11,-ltcpre-Mntnlio
Moore's rcsnlutini to in
voMtiKiito tlieanitnr.v condifions of
the iiutiomi! pun id mohilir.iitiou anil
HcproM-nlntiVu flnrdewir'a itwplutioii
enllinjr for u report on the condition
qf the New .Me.tieo, Arir.onu and
Texas iiniU whon tliev were muster
ed in were pawned today bv the house
Konrentntie Fitzgerald' bill to
Appropriate $1110,000 for nw-istunee
of rei'uufp from Mexico watt passed
without iHkmi'iiI, after Hepioientntive
Cannon lmil attacked the president's
Detroit speech and the Mexican pol
icy WiWon enunoiiited.
FRENCH WIN AT PERONNE
(Continued from pago one
Several lines of trenches in the
Miunctz wood were taken by the,
llrltlHh. Heavy fighting continues In
tho Tronoii wood. i
with tiik nniTisi! aiimibs in
TIIK KIKI.D, July 11. via London
3:27 p. m. After tho assault of last
night tho Ilrltlsh remained In fos
noaalon of the Coiitalliiialson, hold
Jug' it against German counlor-at-tacks
and furious shell firing. Fight
ing continued through tho night from
Ovllllers anil La Ilolsello to Tronoa
-woods. Tho llrltlah, bombing their
way forward, gained considerably In
Mninotz wood, and took nil except
tho point of the fiercely disputed
diamond-shaped Trouos Wood, clear
ing the way with each step
toward tho German second linn on
the rlilsos beyond.
The Infantry Is at such eloso quar
ters in tue woods that the guns on
neither side are firing at the first
Hue -for roar or bitting their own
men. Overhead shells are screaming
past Into the reserves, to keen as-
faistauco from those In the front po
I'AItlS. July 1112:15 p. in.
The situation remained unchanged
nu the Somme front last night.
,The war office statement of today
says it has been ascertained that
south of the Sommo the French, In
the last two das, .have taken more
than 1300 prisoners.
On the Verdun front tbe Germans
launched an attack at 4 o'clock this
morning on the Preuch positions
from Floury to a point east of Che
nols. They sueeeoded In penetrating
advanced Frenoh trenches at some
points, but were expelled Imme
diately by a counter-attack.
West of tb Mouse there was ac
tive artillery flshtlng in the
neighborhood of Avaneeurt and Chat-
N'ortheat of Who the Germans ex
ploded tot r in i net;, the craters or
Alilh evfatuuiU were occupied
tie Ireu' i
1JKHLIN, July 11. Itoponted ut
tackn by the HntiU mid French
troops on tlie Somme front have fail
ed to win the ncriiiiut positions
against which they wore directed,
says the war office announcement to
dny. It follews:
"Between the Ancre nnd tho
Somme tho IlritNh Inunelied nttnekn
with Htroiij forces itiiriusr tlie nftor
noon nnd night. Over n wide front
on both sides of the Haupame-Alhert
rond and northwest- of (his road,
they were shot down bofore tlie ut
tnek came to close fighting-. Hast of
the road n! unborn fighting developed
on lhe southern fringe of the ullage
of (.'ontiiilninison, nnd on the fringe
of Mnmel. wood.
"Repeated ntlempls liy the enemy
to recapture tlie Ternnn wood failed
with heavy and sanguinary losses,
lie uImi lost i)0 prisoners.
"South of tin? Somme u vigorous
attack by French black troops
against l.n Maisonette Height was
inel by an nvoipowcriiuj fire. The
few colored I roups which penetrated
our lines fell lit the point of (lei mail
bayonets or weie taken prisoner.
"As insult of counter attacks
yesterday against Hnrleanx five of
ficers and A7 men remained in our
hands. There was important artil
lery fightiiiu; throughout the whole
sector. Our curtain of fire cheeked
all attempts by the enemy to attack
between Helloy noil Hurdeeoiul.
On the remainder of the front there
wiir ineieused ailillery iietion nt
places. The eneniv made several un
successful pis nttneks. l'ntrol and
irceuiumitfriiiK delnelnuenls of our
enemies were rcpuNed everywhere.'
PASSES HOUSE BY
Especially Attractive Middies
An unusually desirable quality of Lonsdale
Drill, the ideal middy cloth, and the styles are so
UfHT nrnyinTH 1 IM iittrnetivc- pins nice mem ar ouee. ion ean
V 1 1 1" r d Zi ! choose from nil white with contrasting 1 OP
lUIL Ul LTU lU HU,;4 ,.0j01.fi ol. 0r striped materials tj) !
nUIDOF.UAMI'TON, X. Y., July
11. Clmiles !;. Hushes mnde the fol
lowing htntement today eoniernliifr
the republican national eiiinpuiyii
eoinmittee, whose jiersoiiiicl wns nn
iiounccd in New York hint night:
"I am very much pleased with the
appointment of (he committee. It
mean the effective work of a re
united parly. So far as I know, the
importance of this was reengiiixed bv
all, and there has not been the
slightest friction in ('(instituting the
eoinmittee. Instead, there has been
n icnernl desire for harmonious ef
fort as our national aims trnuceiul
all difference, that have existed."
Mr. Hughe ami Colonel Ilooovell
are understood virtually to have se
lected the entile committee. Siv pro
grcfcftive members were indorsed bv
Colonel Koosevelt after a thoiough
canvass of available material bv
fleorge W. Perkins and several other
progressive leaders. William II. Wil
cox, the national committeeman, i
chairman ex-otficio of the eamHiign
KANSAS TO MEET AT
ASHLAND ON JULY 13
rwiien a small hoy In Kansas, Supt.
Will G. Steolo .of the Crator Lake
national park, first road of a lost
lake in Oregon In an old newspaper.
It Impressed him very much and
ho made u vow that some day he
was going to find that lake and he
always talked or It. While In his
toons, Mr. Steele moved, vilth hH
parents, to Oregon and he imme
dlatoly started In to locate the lake
It was many yean afterwards, be
fore he found anyone who knew an
thing about It, but by perseverance,
for which Mr. Steel ts noted, he fl
nully found a man who could tell
him something about its rocatlou.
- Mr. Steel und party discovered It
Doing such u marvelous plctiicsque
body of water and having such
scenic surroundings, ho started In
to have It made a national park He
succeeded and was made superinten
dent. Hoar Mr. Stool toll nil about his
first impressions and tho history of
this famous lake and tho Indian
legend of the "'Great Spirit" dwell
ing therein at the Kansae celebra
tion In Ashland, Thursday, July 13.
at 10 a. m. In the Chautauqua build
ing. Admission free. All who were
born in Kansas or formerly lived
there, and their frintis are invited
to attend. Take a basket well filled
and partake In an old-fashioned
"sunflower plenle." A program Mill
be rendered, beginning at 10.-30 a.
m , followed by the dinner In l.lthU
WASHINGTON, July 11 The ad
ministration's $107,000. ooo revenue
bill, passed by the house yesterday,
went to the. senato today. The house
vote was 2 -to to 140, Rl republicans
and five progrosBlvo-rdpubllenns vot
ing for the hill.
The mensure would repeal existing
stamp taxes nnd put new taxes on In
comes, Inheritances nnd war muni
tion profits. It also would create a
tariff commission, lay a protectlvo
tariff on dyestuffs, and prevent dump
ing by foreign trade In this country
after the Kuropeon wnr.
lors or of striped materials.
BATHING SUITS in tlie Season's Best Styles
A liumher are of the one-piece models, others
arc in the combinations of various .fabrics, and
also in combination of colors, made mostly of
jersey with a few silk and mohair, trimmed in
either white or red. Prices Jj1.35, $1.75,
$2.50 to $4.50.
LISLE STOCKINGS 35c
If you do not care to invest $1.00 for a pair of
silk stockings, you will probably prefer to buy
these gauze lisle hose at, JlHc. May be had in
either gauze or medium weight. Very sheer
and especially desirable for summer wear.
THESE ARE JUST THE KIND OF
DRESSES YOU WILL WANT FOR
THE HOT SUMMER DAYS
"Who would think of making a dress
with all the annoyance attached to it,
when garments such as those now
shown in our dress section can be
bought, for such little cost? A generous
lot of the two-color combinations and
popular sport stripes in one-piece coat
styles, in materials such as voiles, flax
oiis, crepes and pongee, at $3.75,
$4.50, $5.75, $6.50 and up.
House Dresses and Bungalow Aprons
The practical, every-day garment for
hot weather wear, in both light and.,
dark patterns that launder well.
The senate will have to consider A
several amendments Incorporated re
gardloaa of democrntln leaders' oppo
sition before the hill passed the house
yoHterday. Theso would eliminate
the proposed tax of $1 for each $1000
of bank capital, surplus, and undi
vided profits, reduce the salaries of
the flV members of the tariff com
mission from $10,000 to $7,500 nti
nunUy and nllow $1100,000 to the
commission for the first year only, In
stood of appropriating Hint sum year
ly for an Indefinite period. Among
the nmeuilmenlH adopted on tecum-
inendntlon of the ways and
courmltlfo wns one providing a spe
A SUMMER NECESSITY-PARASOLS
Scarcely a. day now but what you will find for the
use of these sun shades not only from the point of
necessity, but see what it adds to the appearance of
your summer costume what is more, the cost can
be as little as von like The newest ideas are here
and come in the popular blues, pongee, a big range
of green and colors that contrast, plain handles with
cord loops. Priced $1.75 to $7.50.
BOYS' WASH SUITS
You can't afford to sit at a machine these hot days
and make your children's clothing when you can buy
(hem readv-to-wear at such a low price nnd made
well in every way. '
Hoys' Undertogs, ages ',) years to II 50
I.ovh' Summer Blouses, up to .M vears 50
Hoys' Wash Suits (two-piece), to'(! years $1.25
Children's Rompers, all colors, to (5 'years 60
.1... I. Ill II. M.I ...III. InulMlIM I ..Tl
uiu mil rt'iuiiumiit'ii nn iiinuui;-
elal manufacturers (ax of three cents'
on on eh 1000 clgnrettoa produced.
ltopuhlicuus uindo a final unsuc
cessful effort In the house
lions to raise the needed
through higher tariff rales.
SPORT STRIPES, 35c, 50c, 75c
Of a suitable weight for the making
of separate skirts, in the popular
awning stripes; also two-color pat
terns, all come in blue, black and
tans, .'2 and JUi inches wide.
EMBROIDERED GEORGETTE GEORGETTE CREPES $1.75
EDGES 50c In such colors as navy, green,
Used mostly for trimming the light. Dutch blue, flesh, pink, inai.e ami
weight silk waists, with the ruffles black and white, tho most used
so much in vogue at. the present fabric of the day for sheer waists,
time, coinefj in several patterns and sleeves and tho like, comes 118 to
makes a very attractive trimming. '10 inches wide.
MMTAI.O. X Y, July 11. -Tho
most brilliant spectacle of the -tlliul
annual session of the Nobles of tho i
.Mjstic Hlirino was presented louay, t
when tho Imperial Divan wns es
corted from hendqunrtors to the
theatre, whoro tho opeillng session
of the nnperlal council was held. In
tho parade wore 10,000 nobles, 11,000 I
or wiiom gnruoii m tuo gay costumes
of tho Arab patrols.
George K. Staples, past potentate
of Ismalo Temple of Iluffalo and
ehalrmnu of the general committee
of the session, presided and .1. Put
nam Slovens of Portland, Mo., de
livered the annual address as Imper
ial potentate of the order.
Imperial officers will be elected
tomorrow, all being advanced ac
cording to custom. Henry I'. Xelder
lughaus, of St. Louis, the present
deputy, becoming Imperial potentate.
There are nearly n score of candi
dates for outside guard, tho only of
fice to be filled b vote.
ATLANTA. Ha., Julv 11 Homl
water on mobt of the nw-r und
streams of Georgia ami Alabama, re
sulting from the recent heavy niins,
were re.eeding today in iinwt places.
At .Mneon, however, the Ocinulajeo
liior continued to iie, lurcing iiiuiin
t'limilico to abandon Iheir iomc.
The Alabain.i liver ut Mnleuner
l-o c ri-iii-, Out liuiduil .t
lire liomeli - ut Vnth M"iit -ri i r
FANCY SILK HOS
IERY $1.25 A PAIR
The craze for sport,
stripes and sport de
signs has brought a cor
responding demand for
fancy hosiery in hori
zontal stripes and em
broidered effects. Quali
ties same as in plain silk
hosiery, at the same
price. Other silk hose
at $1.00 and $1.50.
JAPANESE LUNCH SETS
.Just the cloth for your outdoor picnics
and parties, easily laundered and makes
an attractive covering, comes in white
with delft blue borders and t generous
lot of designs, such as Iris, bamboo,
chrysanthemum and wistaria, with
napkins to match. Cloths prices 98
CREPE KIMONOS for Hot Weatlior
Not, the old style, highly colored prints,
but neat embroidered crepes in the
most wanted plain colors, such as pink,
blue, lavender, maise and white, em
broidered in white or colors.
WASH RUGS AT $1,29
Used especially for the bathroom or for
outdoor apartments and iiorches.
TUBvSILK WAISTS $1.98
A waist von would pav much more for Shown in mottled patterns of pink or &
when bought in the ordinaijy way, but a yellow and white combinations a fast &
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garment, we have made a leader at this
)nce conies in a big range ol stripes
and plain colors.
You can't afford to overlook this pop
ular department, thai sells everything
for less than the regular rule of prices
on these articles, and you also get none
but the genuine preparations, only
standard grades carried in slock.
color that will launder well;
The May Co
LADIES' HOME JOURNAL
V V V V V V V V V
DAY IN CONGRESS
WASHINGTON. Julv II Senate.
ItfHUiucii debute on agricultural
Democrats agteed upon nine hour
dally sessions to expodlto business
and republicans named eoinmittee to
confer with them on legislative pro
gram. Heuse: Mlscellaneoia business con
sidered. .Military committee favorably re
ported resolution diroollng the war
department report on incidents Inci
dental to the mobilisation of the na
Military cominlttie fuvoruM re
I'ordd the ltuir oluntcer nine
Why SuuiLe lilt Cigars
When La Goudas are only lOo
The March King's stately name is known wherever music
holds its own, wherever drums and cymbals throb, and
orchestras hold down their job. A
Sousa march just mention that, and
mark how people smile thereat; they
know what Sousa's music is; it's melody
without the fizz ; it's full of energy and
pep, and makes old graybeards dance
a step; they hear the sound of marching
men, of chargers trotting down the glen,
the shock of battle and the roar, and
billows beating on the shore. And
Sousa, when he would compose that
music which the whole world knows,
fills up his pipe with good old "Tux"
(name t'other brands, and he says,
"Shucks!"). -Tuxedo is the smoke of
men who do big things with lyre or
Den. who make the old world's wheels
go round, whos names will down the jpc.KA ?w,iw
ages sound. ,MnFi'nBii
Ilighost quality, Jewelry repairing
diamond setting, watch
Martin J. Reddy
The Quality Htoro for
12 K. Main 8t Medford, Ore
TELL US YOUR FOOT
Marinello Hair Shop
407 Garnet Corey Hldg.
sss t ir-j." tb jHbbIbbbbIbbbb
TWO TRIPS DAILY
S. II. llarnlsh'A auto will loavo
Kaglo I'olnt at I A. M. and 1 I'. M.
dally, oxcopt Sunday; loavo Medford
9 A. M. and S 1'. M. Will call for
passengers at hotels In Medford and
liolols and business houses In liugle
i'lievi: a.xi: on a-xtt.
I.NTKItUItUAN AUTOOAll CO,
Leave Medford tor Ainland, Talent
and I'hoenli dally, except Sunday, at
8:00 a. m 1:00, 2:00, 4:00 and S:1S
p. in. Also on Saturday at 11: IB p.
tn. Sundays loavo at 8:00 and 10:30
a. m. and 1:00, 2:00, 5:30 and 0:30
p. in. I.cavo Ashland for Medford
dally, except Sunday, at 9:00 a. m..
1:00, 2:00, 4:00 and C:1G p. m. Also
on Saturday nights at 0:30 and
2:20. Sundays loavo Ashland at 9:00
a. m. and 1:00, 4:30, 6:30 and 10:30
JOHN PHIUP SOUSA
An J Hit Band, Soy l
"All lh ttm, tntrfU
and tnthutlasm ue pu
Into lhe playing vf 'The
Ulan and Sliiptt For'
tea' c find Inlht ikOilg
Children Like Ice Cream
Why not give It to them? It has
been proven l experts (hat Velvet
lee Cream gives the greatest energy;
and builds the finest tissues with the
least waste. It It has more food value
and will build more strength than
most of the food we are now eatlug.
C'oHld you give the children any-
It's a pure, wholesome, Itsaue build,
Let the Kiddies have plenty of It. .
Let it ait as their dcHert iillllg
tar ii ut hniiiiin r montlix
I'l 'uo 181 (jj
"When summer ooiiiok and n vacn
tion outing is planned, remember
Newport is conl. '.riio breeze from
olT the mighty Paeit'io never i'ails.
Willi the ninny diversion and at
tract ions to pass the hours away,
surely you could find . no bettor
place for your vacation.
The Cost Is Low
Itouud Trip Tiokets uro on sole dully feoni nil
Soulhern Paeifie stations in West Oil) Qroguii,
The vet ii in limit hi October .11.
Daffy Tx.-wes from Albany anil Corvallls make
Write for illustrated booklet, "Newport," or nek loenl
ajjent for e(Snlete iiiformntiou.
Juliii f Si itt, (! nernl par-enKir Agent, Portland, Oregon.