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BEDFORD TOTE TRIBTIErE, MEDFORD OREGON, WEDNESDAY, JULY 28, 1015.
P2GE THREE
BIG FUTURE FOR
EAR
PARSONS
TELLS GROWERS
STANFORD UNIVEHSITY, Cul.,
July 28. A big future for pear cul
ture on the Pncifio const wns pro
Vlictcd todny before the -Kith niinunl
convention of the California state
fruit growers nsDocinWit by It. II.
Parsons, Seattle, introduced as one
of the largest pear growers in the
world.
IIo said that the now nud little de
veloped field for t ho 'pear grower
was in tho Minuter markets. At
present the growers have paid atten
tion, almost exclusively, to tho for
eign nnd lnrgcr domestic markets.
Tho ranid development of pear cul
ture Mr. Parsons said makes neces
fiity bettor development of marketing
facilities and organization to1 ac
complish the object.
"Whcro soil nnd growing condi
tions nro correct," ho said, "and sell
ing nnd marketing nro properly hand
led, pear growers of tho west, and
particularly in Oregon and Califor
nia, can look forward to prosperity
which will equal if not exceed that of
nil other deciduous fruits in this
part of tho temperato zone."
Mr. Pnrsons told of tho fight
ngainst blight nnd of observations at
his orchard at Medford, Oregon, lie
recommended bridgo-grufting, the
connection of nn isolated, diseased
part of n tree, with tho trunk by
means of grafting, as u useful rem
edy. A. L-. Whisker, of, (Irons Valley,
Cal., president of tho Cross Valley
fanners club, said tho important
problem of pear ciilturo lay in the,
development of blight-resistant var
ieties and roots.
"Absolute eradication of blight can
not be hoped for," said Mr. Whisker,
"but blight control is u reasonable
nnd practicable expectation.
"Eventual delivery from the blight
problem can result from the breed
ing of varieties of high quality which
shall be strongly blight -resistant, in
root, trunk and branch."
OREGONIAN HELD
BY BERLIN POLICE
"WASHINGTON, July 28 -Tho stnto
department hns begnu an Inquiry Into
tho enso of Harry L. WIIhoii of Ore
gon, a clerk In tho American consul
nto In Ilerlln, urrostoi! on tho Danish
frontier by Gorman authorities whllo
attempting to Icavo Germany without
n ptiBsport.
Whllo awaiting roports officials
will not comment. WilBon hns been
In norlln about flvo years.
Wilson'B homo is In Portland, Oro,
Early Inst summer ho took his daugh
ter to Ilorlln to comploto hor musical
education. When tho war broko out
"Wllnon, who hnd becomo nssoclntod
with American officials In tho Gor
man capital, wns appointed n clerk Iji
the consulate
LAI
GAINS ON EASI
AND f ST!LINES
PKIILIN, July '28, ia London.
The German war office this after
noon gave out tho follewing:
"Northwest of Sotiehez, the Silo
sinn landslrum last night stormed
portions of trenches which still re
mained in tho hands of tho French.
Wo captured four machine guns.
"In the Vosges on tho Lingekopf-
ImrroiikopF line, scvero fighting took
place. After four hours of hand to
hand conflict, the French attack-
were repulsed by our counter attacks.
Wo recaptured tho trenches on Liu
gckopf which wo lost tho day before
yesterday, with the exception of one
mnll portion.
"Eastern war theater: Holwecn
Milan nud the Ncimeu, we captured
yesterday about 1000 scattered Rus
sians. Kast-southeast of Koznn, our
attacks nro proceeding. Gowerowo
(east of Koznn) was captured.
"North of Seroak on both banks
of tho Nu re w, and south of Nnsiclsk
a Hussinn counter-attack failed.
Tho enemy hero nnd near Koznn lost
2500 men who were taken prisoner,
and seven mnchiue guns.
"Jlcforc Warsaw, west of Hlonic,
we stormed the village of Piorunow.
"In tho district to the southwest of
Oora-Kalwarya, fighting is proceed
ing. .
"In the southeastern' war theater:
The situation of the Herman troops
generally is unchanged."
Piorunow is situated 121 kilometers
(15 miles) west of the Warsaw
front.
NAD
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TO HER ALLIES
IAN
REPORT
THE
T N
PLUNGERS
SINK SMALL SHIPS
liONDON, .TiilS- 28. -Gorman sub
marines show no cessation In their
activities In tho North Sea. :Tho lat
est reports set forth that tho Swed
lull steamer Kiiimn and thrco Dan
Ish schooners, tho Mnrln, tho Nop-
Minis, nnd tho Lena havo been sunk
by them, Tho crews of theso four
vessels wcro landed at Myth todny.
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30 ARRESTS IN CHICAGO HORROR
(Continued from Pngo One)
tiimultnueously In n church. Ilecnuso
theer nro not enough steam and elec
tric funernl trains and hearses, tho
dead woro removed to comotorlos In
various sorts of conveyances. In
many cases motor trucks which car
ried sovornl coffins wero used. In
tho vicinity of tho Western Electric
plant, whoro most of tho victims woro
employed tho funeral processions
blocked traffic.
Thirty of tho doad wero burlod
from tho Church of St. Mary of
Czostochwa. At Mary Quoon of
Haven ohurch sorvlcos for twenty flvo
took plnco.
Work of lifting tho Eastland wns
r.tnrtcd today, but It Is expected thnt
ton days or two wcoks will bo ro
qujrod to comploto tho task, in tho
meantime tho divers havo stopped
work and tho nnmbor of bodies In tho
boat can not ho determined, until It
Is placed on Its keel.
CHICAGO, .July -8. Secrefnrv of
Commerce Ifedfield today appealed
to the citizens of Chicago not to pre
judice the Eastland case before the
inquiry is made nor to blame or at
tack any individual until thut indi
vidual is heard.
"Prom the facts now before me, I
don't hesitate in saying that I be
lieve the passenger inspection was
I'irU class," ho added. "These men
seem to havo done their duly nnd Mr.
Lobdell moro, than his duty in taking
his elmiieo and risking his life with
the others on tho boat. With such
men as these the department cannot
but feel that this branch of the work
was done properly."
500,000 DIE IN KAISER'S THRUST.
(Continued from Page One)
MERLIN, July 28, by wireless to
sttvvi ie- i to iiver-cas acwsh
Agency nunounccd that the Nord
deutscho Allgemeiuo Zeituug will to
morrow begin the publication of n
series of supplements conluiniuir the
secret roports mado by the Melgiau
nmhnssudors at London, Paris and
Merlin to their home governments,
covering tho period from JOO.'i until
1014.
These repoits, it is stated, were
found in Mrussels by the (lennans
They purport to give an unbiased
description of international political
events from the time of the Morocco
crisis until tho beginning of the pres
ent war, uud to contain 'an immense
amount of material lending to prove
the correctness of tho Herman atti
tude during this time.
The Oversells agency says:
"They will state how England en
ticed France and later Kussiu to op
pose Gcnunny nnd to eo-opornto in
the systematic isolation of Ger
many, drawing the net nronnd her
closer every year. The Melginn am
bassadors, especially Huron Griendl
nt Merlin nud Leghnit, nt Paris pro
phesied that the Triple Entente wax
nu element of internationul unrest,
unlike the Triple Alliance, which had
assured European peace for more
Ihuii .'((I years, while the Triple En
tente, us these Melgiau nmhnssadorx
iinauimoiiHly uiiuotinced, made mat
ters drift toward the worst.
"Thus the Melgiau ambassailor nt
Paris, Huron Guillaunio, writes un
der dnte of January 1(1, 1!)M, 'I have
already the honor to tell you thnt Mr.
Poincaie, Del Cuss-e, Millerand and
their friends invented and followed
this nationalist jiugoi.st nud Chau
vinist policy, whose resurrection we
havo already announced.' Thus the
secret reports are overwhelming
proof of tho justness of the German
uttilude during recent years,"
BACK TO ITALY
TO
ENTER
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NEW YORK, July . One linn
drud 'vi.Iiiii'.im is goiuu- (o Italy to
servo in the army weie passenger
on board the steamship Dante Alig
hieri sailing today lor Naples and
flenoaJ" Two of the passi-ngcrs in
the first cabin, H. Prank Davis mid
Meredith A. O'Neil, weie said to be
going to Vienna on u special mission
for the nited States government.
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3 Avatoce Styles
$ In Tafetta Dresses Received
Showing the lendeney for eni'ly fall wear,
which will remind yon of the days of the old
fashion hoop skirts. The saying that his
tory repeats itself, is truly demonstrated in
these advance styles which are fashion's
newest decree, .wide skirts with Bolero or
Won jackets. Shown most I v in Navy and
Black taffeta.
Come in and See These Dresses .
MAY CO.
WHITE CORDUROY
COATS AND SKIRTS
For the immediate sum
mer wear, wide wail cor
duroys, very much in
vogue. Skirts with hells
and pockets, Coats to
match.
APRONS
Just one big lot of these Aprons bought from
a New York maker at a very low price. You
get the benefit of this purchase. .Kour pat
terns to choose from.
25c
WASTE PAPER
BASKETS
On Sale Friday
Useful, ornamental and
inexpensive are these
baskets, which are
shown in a big range of
Cretonne patterns to
mateh any room, espec
ially used for bed rooms.
On sale Friday jCp
THE
LADIES' HOME
JOURNAL PAT
TERNS AND
MAGAZINES.
NEW OSTRICH
RUFF
Another new item at the
May Store, Marabout
Neck Tiuffs. AVe show
these extremely stylish
neck pieces in solid
while, ro3ral blue and
combination of black
and white, natural and
white and royal blue and
white, priced
il
(III t..tK.
$1.95
Every
Trimmed
Hat in
The Store
While
They
Last at
98c
& 1
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ITALIAN SILK UNDER
WEAR, SINGLE GAR-
MENTS OR UNION SUITS
Vests come in either plain or
embroideried garments neatly
finished all sizes (j-! QO
Knickerbockers to match above
vest, in while, flesh (?0 ifi
or light blue at tfa.'iO
Union Suits finished with
plain tapo yoke, "while only,
all sizes
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TiyLacc In Front
LINGERIE TAPES
"Wash Ribbons and
seam bindings in
whjte, pink and blue, X
for the finishing of 4I4
underwear Iftn
and the like Ivt
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FANCY SILK HOSE
Shown in black and white
stripes, the new (Mock Stich
Kinbrodiery on while and
flesh and black combina
tions, also plain colors in all
Hie wauled shades and sizes
at. per pair $1.00, SI. 125,
$1.50.
A NEW GOSSARD CORSET
FOR MISSES
jWade specially for blisses and
small size women, low bust,
good quality coutil with very
little boning, always a full
rango of sizes
at
$2
ALSO BON-TON ROYAL
WORCESTER AND NEMO
30RSETS, SAHLIN WAISTS
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LONG WAR, SAYS ASQUITH.
( Continued troni pago ono)
Jlritlsh and French armlos ongagod
In tho westorn field.
Uotorrlng to tho (set that noxt
weok will eoo tho completion of a
our of war, Mr. Asqnltli remarkod
that the world had nover boon a
moro miraculous transformotlon In
this country, not In Its spirit and
heart, but in the outward manifes
tations of its Itfo, than had taken
jilaco hero in those twelve months.
The DrltUti flst todajr was far
Ftrongor. the premier continued, than
at the beginning of the war." and
to Its quiet and unobserved bvt ubiq
uitous and all powerful activity is
due tho fact that the nous are clear
pr substantial!) (War "
tho soutlioast, whoro possoshlon of
tho railroad la tho point nt Isauo.
nnd along tho Hiik.
Tho Goriuaiifl, according to ItiiBHlnn
official roport. havo hroiiKht up
unoriiioiiB rosorvos, but novortlioloss
tho ItUKHlnn authorities gay tho troops
of Kmporor N'lcholas havo taken tho
offonslvo nt sovoral points.
Tho Gorman nttacks iiIoiib tho rlv
or Xnrow Iinvo boon checked, uud
along tho river niiR tho Ilinwlans nro
holding firmly. On tho othor hand,
Gorman troops nndor Field Marshal
von Mnckonson hnvo mado progress
toward tho I.uhlln-Cholm railroad.
Which ono of thoso fronts Is of the
greatest btrntoglc Importanco London
critics ennnot agroc, but this is irrcl-l
ovant as a Gormnn victory on cither
ono douhtloss would moan tho fall
of Warsaw.
i uu mui minis in iiib iiaiiir iruv-i
Incoe advancing nlong nn eighty mllo1
front toward Vllna, with a viow to
seizing tho rallwny from Warsaw to I
Potrograd, aro dally becoming a moro
Mrs. Dawson spent Thursday nt
tho homo of hor parents. I lor ulster
Pearl accompanied hor home.
Mr. and Mrx. Irwin and (laughter
returned Tuodny from nn auto trip
through Klnmnth Kails over tho Sis
kiyou highway nnd othor points of
Intorost.
Mrs. Porter of Ashland who will
touch I.aurolhurst school next term,
en mo up Tuesdny to consult with
tho directors nnd securo n hoarding
place. She romalnod until Thursday.
It. II. Vaughn returned from
tho vnlloy Wodnosday.
Frank Moonoy came up Saturday
to visit awhllo with homo folks,
Tho W. O. T. U. mot nnd spent tho
day with Mrs. Krsklno Saturday. Mrs.
Adnms, superintendent of Medical
Tompornnco department, conducted
tho mooting nud somo very Interest
ing leaflets on that subject woro read.
MIhh ICrskino and Mrs. Hlanchard
sang solos appropriate for tho occas
ion. Thoro woro two visitors present
besides tho mouthers.
Miss Uuth Thompson enmo up on
tho auto mall stnko Saturday to visit
friends In this vicinity.
.lamoH and Karl Peyton npout Inst
Saturday night nnd Sunday nt homo.
Paul Peyton hns been helping Mr.
Pnelor In tho hay for Hovorul dnyfl.
Tho government thermometer In
Mr. I.owor's yard roglstored 98 do
greos Friday, the hottest day of tho
year.
Thoro Ik a great deal of auto travel
to Crater I.ako now. Unfortunately
wo don't know tho celebrities nro
passing until wo seo In tho Modfnrd
papers that they havo panned. Prob
ably wo can nil rcognlzo W. J. Urynn
when ho panhe.
A daughter was born to Mr. nnd
Mrs. Congnr Snturdny night and a
son to Mr. und Mrs. Kd lllglnbothnm
Sunday. All parties aro doln gnlcoly.
Kohcrt Gordon is spending several
days In Medford.
Mrs. Honor who lives on tho 1 1 III
& Stuart plnco, hns been ill tho punt
weok.
Hazel nitsvvorth npent Snturdny
night nnd Sunday nt tho homo of hor
brother Frank.
.lohn lllglnbothnm nnd family
spent Sunday night at T. II. Illgln
botham'H nnd loft Monday morning
for tho lake.
Uriah Gordon hns gono to tho Ump
quu dlvldo ns ho received word thnt
tho catflo woro dying on tho range,
probably cnusod from eating ioIbou
oiis weeds.
Crater Lake seeuiK to hnvo lieen
nt Its loveliest Sundav, Judging from
tho onthiiHluutlc reports of tourists.
Tho ntmosphera was crystnl clear, tho
water smooth an glnsa nnd tho bluo
uoss seemingly bluer than over.
Harold Peyton nnd Mr, Zimmer
man who havo been helping Mr, Low-
Is In tho bay finished thulr Job Sun
day nnd went homo.
Mrs. It. 12. Peyton left Tucscdny to
visit hor mothor nt Illoomlngton,
Illinois. Mrs. Dawson nlso accom
panied her mother ns far as Modtord.
MONEY
INVI-XTF.lt IN KIIIHUTION KAUNS TIIK IIHSIIKST HATKOF INTKItKKT
A Prucllail, Mouvy-1-HUiiiiig IMiicutlon May IIo Hail by Attending tho
Medford Commercial College
"Tho Si-liool for Ambitious Voting People of C'ltamcter."
Day nnd N'lght School n.ln eossloii nt 31, N. Grape Street, Medford, Or.
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potent factor In tho fighting, for,,
linked up with the forces of tho
southwent, they give tho Germans a
front of 300 miles with which to
offeet a vast turning movomont north
of Warsaw.
The troops operating against Riga,
from which olty thoy are only twent)
miles distant, aro Mnoldered in tho
nature of an Independent column, and
It is these forcoa which have come'
under the fln of the Itwudan war
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Sunday, Aug. 1 Sunday, Aug. 1
ALL ABOARD FOR
The Big "Elks" Picnic
WE EXPECT YOU TO BE WITH US
A GOOD TIME GUARANTEED FOR ALL
PRIZES FOR YOUNG AND OLD
Come Along and Have One Big Time
TRAIN LEAVES
MEDFORD
8 A. M.
B. P. O. E.
1168
TRAIN LEAVES
MEDFORD
8 A. M.
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