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mil III JiAMA : fflllfflninwl ,,, 111 f il a l z 'tun , AHAItDDLQii DEHD0;i luKNKIUL HAIO'i"VuiitWI SMAHU ' HINDKNBl'IsU LIMB NOIITH OK ST. gi tNTlX jnra a mtsas-pji. I Win Ta Whole or the Kmmmf Cummmmi. cmmi Mam " v-" A boat to Pall LoBdoD. 8pt. 10. -Onerel Hall's i tote smsshsd th Hludnburg lint l" today on front of lgbt mile and 'to a mlmum depth of two mile. i lust north of Bt Quentln. t Tut BrltUh and Belglsos attacking 4 to Flndr'advnod to an avrhg I iimih af five mile ovr a Una of I elsht mile. i ' Roulars U In peril, and th whol Jf tht nmy'oommunlctlo la Belgium -rudders. plrtlcolarly J ot ? tha Belgian coaat, la thratna. Pari. Bept. 10. Qanaral Oour I ud'i army attached this moraine oa th northern slope of ' Bllvu heights. Mont OoavelUt and Boueoe i Till. Thar crossed tha Alllnbrook, 1 -which flow toward Challeranie and J tha height dominating tha Tillage of , Manra were taken, - ' Parla. Sept 80,-Th ft snchl ", In the Champagne returned their at- Itack today.; The Oermsne violently counter attacked Ut night South -of IBt. Quentln, but failed. The progreaa of breaking the hold ot tha German Invader on Trench aoll la ehown by jj the fact that no longer la any ot the i Trench departments entirely oecu i pled by tha enemy. j London. Bept. 80. Th French ara progreaelng along tha Chtmln ; Dea-Damee toward the aaat. Tha ? enemy la retreating behind tha All- ett Hrer. ) London, Bept. 80. Britlah, Amer t Icana and lAuatrallana puahed for t ward between iDelllcourt and Oonne )t Heu In the face ot the severest oppo- sltlon last night. The allies yesterday took 4,000 prisoners north ot St. Quentln, and '.; a.uaaC Brltlsll Jons..!iT.nter-; ed tha northern auhurba of Cambral. v Worth west of UOatelW and to tha southwest the German counter at a tacks presad the British back some- w what 5hiPF,P0PS MTEOfMEfi: C. A. Sldler, clerk of the leaal toard, atatea that men subject to call No. 1168 will not be Induoted. Into the service Immediately on account of tha rapid spread of Spanish In fluenta. Those from this vicinity who were to go In this call are: En nls Robinson, Fred R. Hyde, Thoa. MoClay, Victor B. Vlnyard, Harry Klncald, Kenneth I Vlnyard,;.,Wm. K. Stone, V. Warde Hyde,?, Valoe Royca WhWe, Wayna W. Wlmer, John f. Ward and Harry O. Neely. Richard Every and Carl M,- La- throp were ito go aa alternates. " It Is reported that the army sur geons have Just made a new serum that will prevent the spread ot the L ! Ik disease. The postponing of thls.Prllament movement of troopa will effect thoae at Camp 'Lewla where there are many cases 'of inf luensav,bst not In Call- Tornla, a th disease has gained no headway In that stats as yst. - ; CLOSE AT S P.D; Blata t'caarJl of Defasisa Makea itigkl IttUlai WMrm WIU Da Kaforeed j by War Indaatrlea Board , Tteull business will soma to a halt dally at p. m. In the atate of Ore gon, commencing Tuesday, Octobsr 1, aoeordlng to ruling mad by the stste council of defense and to be enforced by the War Industries board nii tka trnitad ifitates lovernaeat says tha'pbrtlad Telegrnnfl f.The only eseeptloa" made la la tha-owe at druc "stores, which may remain open until 8 p. m. AH' retail eetab llahmenta will be permitted ta trst ev-t busUM up to 9' pl'm.'otf fstur- dsy;1ut'0n Sunday town are to be closed up light. Even , confection erles. clgsr stores and fruit atanda must observe te Sunday closing Uw. The aim of ths asw ruling Is to conserve the available manpower of tha nation. uTae-acluaJ-vadtolnal and prescrip tion, department, of drag store tinay remain open at hours optional with themselves, as this line of business Is considered necessary for the public ood. Thla la the on and only otptloo to tha r4r.' which,. ecoraV Ing to the council of defeat, will be vlgorouali aforcedv ,i hi i Bevafal lines ' of business - have foreseen 4h order, and hav, ..pre viously announced Uielf latenilon to cloe at I p. m. dally.. Thrsww tha cigar dealers ot ta qlty kgd' lh aervlo atatfona of the Standard and Shell Oil companlea. ; t Thr resolution -embodying la new order, as given out by Chairman miiAAk,'fr the. state council ssyst Resolved. That on tod after uc- tobe l.,lll. all ssle of, merchan dlia at Snv point' within th stste ot Oregon, on th. first day of th wek, mmmonlv kaownds Suhdayi at.'S'qy time after P. m. on Saturday, and at any Um after p. m. on any oth er dv of tha week ahouio oe uis- contlnued during the continuance oi the war; provided, that such talee may ba made at any drugator until 8 p. m. ot any day of th wek cpt Sunday, and that th torgolng pro hibition ahall not apply in case.m drugstores In th filling of prescrip tions, eal of medicine aica room necessities, any or all of which may bs sold on any day at any hour; pro vided, further that the aelllng of meala or articles of food In restau- nu. hotels, lunch counters ana esi Ing rooms shall not bs deemed the tale ot merchandlae under the term of - thla resolution; nd,lroviaea further; that the sale of - gasoline distillate and lubricating oil t .- and nubllo filling atations, ex cept In th aupplylng ot motor trucka actually engaged directly or wuireci i in war Industries, shall b deem' ed tha sale ot merchandise and sub ject to th terms and condltlona of this Resolution. ; jj . Ri.m. Or..l ept.' 80. Governor Wttliycombe hei telegrama ' from ' all ovar the stste protesting against the Sunday closing order. Delegate are coming to confer with .tha gover nor, and It la uncertain whether he favor th enforcement'Of thorder oi not. ' 'J 1 AUSTRIANS INVITE ALIIES;TQ,TALK.PEACE Amsterdam, Sept. 80. The propo sition that .presidents ot parliaments of fcellKrents and neutrals be Invit ed to meet for unbinding discussion ot basis ot peace has been Introduc ed in the lower house ot the Austrian Portland, Sept. 28. Food Admin istrator Ayer ha ordered a reduction of one cent a loaf In. bread prices la Oregon.. ',: ' DAILY 1i Mm & lrfi ii ii ii mi ii n i 1 1 . London, Sept. JO. Chancellor bti tha Exchequer Bonar him suted thkt the fighting ended at aeon toda.j Cnfier th term of th Vulgarlia armistice, Bulgaria completely glvpa ua control of tha railways,. j London, Sept. 80. Strong bellpf slat hr this arternoo that I a peso offer from Turkey 'la Immin ent . ; t London, Bept. 80. Bonar Law ata4d,,tha the ; control, of Ue Bal- CarJaa, rlwys jlvesibj anies con ptet control of Bulgaria. AUudtag to th Pslestln campaign, h said: Th msgnlfloent success of our armlet la Palestln has resulted Jn th axtlnetloa of a gmter part of th Turkish army, but aomethlag mora ta going to follow." r London. Sept. 80. British ear airy ta Bulgaria I approaching Pat London, Sept. 80. The Belgians hav taken Routers, ths Important strategic point 18 miles northeast of Tpres. si! 'i Th capture of Roulars by th Bel glana la on ot th moat brilliant and important tliruata of th present flghtBJi'aa:t"wlltlObbly compel the Germane to make a speedy - , drcjd l-J SVkm-lQ : -ATKEY-flFEFEIISEtlil!;::?,m Wsshlngton, Sept. 80. Th key ttone ot th great German defensive arch in France under aasault In the FrancoJAmerlcan ottenatve be gan Thursday morning In the Cham pagne over a front ot 40 mile. Be oauae'bf the t)lsce of attack selected By 'Marshal Foch, military officials regarded the new oftenstva as on of wide strategic possibilities. ' Th point ot attack selected ,' by Marshal Foch caused no great" sur prise here. As far back as 1915 the French strategists saw that the Champagne front offered the great- eat possibilities In repelling the ,ln- vaders with the least expenditure ot men. There wss tierce fighting that year on this sector, but the French lacked th reserve power to press forward In accordance with their strategic designs and were forced to settle back to tactical operations and defensive measures. . . i Since then th Una between Rhelms and Verdun haa been rela tively unchanged, th last offensive effort of the enemy against Rhejms In July having failed to break it - On that occasion, American troopa 14 ed In repelling the eastern Jaw of the enemy ptneer attack on the cathe dral city, Ue ,48d (Rainbow) alvl ston having been brigaded with the French troops on this front where It pDITION M, rich, where thay .wUl cut oB comaa- akatloaa betweea Sere and Sofia. Field Marshal ran MaekeoMa la.ao- parted to have arrived at Sofia and la, hurrying German divlaloaa south ward to help . th Bulgarian aad Auetrlan who ars working on tha defensive work at Nlsh. - - Paris, Sept. 80. Aa armistice Um bee concluded between th awe and Bulgaria, on tha . alllea' , own terms, it is otidally announoad. Thla is orobablv Ue first step ,1a Bul garia's withdrawal from bar aUlaace with the. central power, and come a few day law haa; three years attar Bulgaria, enUred tb war, qn October 8,. 1811. ,, -..' v. ' . i Hi llafawlMMatlsaMsr. 4 iaedsred aa. the Brltisk ta Pa-f treat from the .Belgian' coaat. London,' Bepi.; lO.-Wxmude" ha been captured by the Belgian troopa, It was officially announced tonight ' After breaking up a "violent enemy counter attack the Belgians eaptured Terreest Height and at th clot: of the day had advanced to within less than two- milea of Roulars;-" s - 1 -. r . , (Continue on Pag Foqr) I won high commendationi from! ith French leader. :. r.i '.,.) As "the French plan, of 1111. has been .tilBcuased. lt . contemplated , the driving ot a greet wedge through the line of the Mouse, where It skirts the forest of Ardennes near the Bel gian border. Resting on a. wide base and supported by the fortress ot Ver dun on th east, auch a wedge would in effect divide the German army and In addition menace the whole , com munication system of , the ,-, . enemy forces In northern France and Bel- glum; It would have threatened the Belgian gateway Into France and It seems certain that a hasty retire ment by the enemy to the Meuse line must have resulted. 8everal tacts ot utmost ' signifi cance and of particular interest to the people of the United States are sharply disclosed by. the, new offen sive. , For. one thin?.- the power and will of the allied . forces,;to continue hammerlba at the enemy without rest is apparent. With the smoke of the battle In the et Mlhtel salient nardiv cleared ewer ana vim a ov mile stretch of th line to the north and aouth, bt ..8U4jue.nt!,.lii?a con tlnual flame of attack' H was -joe-slbl to organls and deliver a new blow on a 40-mlla front and drrve ta (Oontlased ea page 8.) 1 1 in i LLUW ! ljJIyi1 ili.i;.!- IKTICOT Tb City Laafca Ova JOWJOOO, Wbila the (Mat a Kooat Na4ad . $700,000 Go Over Top i Portland, Sept. 10. Oregon la waiting aa ftva alatrlcta Uit are lag ging la the fourU Liberty loa eam palga.. .X law counties other .than th five ara not yet over th top hut ar galnglag ao rapidly that they will be over bsfor atght The Mlv- dtatrleU are 'Clataop. UsastlUa. sUrioa, and, Jackaoa eoon tlSBd the. city, of Pertlaad. ... The sut lack Ism than 870O.00O of Velag over, aad Portland aome thlag betweea three and four mil- Hf), 1.' .'II. .M. t,0-.m,. Portland la today oondocUag a slacker drive. going oartleulariy af ter certain wHhy indlvlduala who have pasaed of their duty with a subscription of a tenth of what ' It Ought to o. 'TbrPortlaad commit tee held up three prominent alaakers ia the public press thla morals g aad th local drive will be replete with sensation if matter do not take a turn for the 'better Immediately.- Th commute - 'mad"' aaaouaee- meat' thla. morning that 1U actions henceforth wnld ee draatle, and, at- ready a rlslbto Increase In the quota la aotlcaabl Jn the .booth' where Libert loaa snbserlptlons are being taken. ' f 'mi. Ml .) It .,01 II I. a .... , ,0 Washington. 8ept 10. President Wilson today stopped Into ths breach of the senate fight" over' ta woman SuVrage resolution and la a personal' addreea Id tha aenaia chamber aaked for Its, passage as a war measure. The president eald:. .,.. i, . 'I regard' the 'concurrence of the senate la'th conitttutionaf amend ment proposing1 ' the1 extension i of wjoJtan Suffrage to women aa -vital lv essential to. the. successful. Droee- Www cutloa ot Ue gTest war of humanity .Sept SO. Th Belgians la their In which we" are engaged. 1 tave, drive north and east of fpre cap torn to urge upon' you th oo'n.idera- tured 800 gun.' Th BrKleh : there tlons wlilch led m to that coaclu- yesterday took 87 guas. " alon."..;'. '. -.. v ... :j ra j. !." - -J 1 .. 1 1 b i ' - Washington, Sept. 80.- -The . sen- ,te. tailed- to reach a, vote, today on., lrZ'FLZi ' ;k- .v... ' tk1'.. .ni Messlnea-Wytschsel tiosltlons. the suffrage measure. The vote will probably be taken tomorrow MJNKD BATTLESHIP IS U "' 8AFK. IN DRt DOCK .Washington, jBept 30. Th bat tleship Minnesota which struck j a mine yeeterdsy off th Atlantic coast arrived safely at a naval stattoa and Is now in dry dock. . . i OXCEEIS'DIT Msjor W. K. Croweon and Private A. E. Powell, ot Med ford, are In the city today and will attend Ue meet ing of the U. of O. military unit at the courthouse tonight at 7: SO. Ma jor Crowson hss chsrge of the mili tary training at the Ashland,. Talent, Medford and Grants Pans branches. ',- The meeting tonight twill be ,'for the purpose ' of further . oompleUng the organlxstlon here and to gather in at many new member a Mssllbe. Major ' CroWson state that th In struction which th member of the local organisation, will receive here wtll.o ot great eenvTlt-to them as they can, upon, recommendation, of Ool. Sower ot Jthe University of Ore gon, go directly from this city to th offloers' training camps. ii i i 1 1 rAJUD Cl?ATC3 lfDIOA'r9 THAT ALUZttZXZSUOJgSSaO WILfi QITK DnCTHIVB BLOW mo a ii ii o f: it i,.t l f . Heavy Fir Froes Haa Artillery Fall to BSof TJsaas ta IVar Steady Advaace.. . - Parla, Sept. Sft. Oeaeral Fooh la fighting, five . battle .slmultaaeously and aucceesfully oa the west front. a feat that Is unparalleled la the hla tory of aay war.-'Oaly Oeaeral Foch aimseM kaowa whea ta alll wlU strike, the decisive blew. . . . . London, Sept. 80. The Britlah have cut the Hindenburg line oa aa 8-mlle front, pesMtratlar three -asilea aboat St Qusatla. AUade suokv la- tease Qr it Is.lmaosalble for. Ue Germane to get aay quantity ot men . or material in or out Th British ar la ao hurry to clear up tbd slt aatl6a aboat Cambral, aad ft may he two or three, days before Usy arte-, ally .take, th. town. With the Americans Near Verdaa. Sept. 80". Over hilts swept by la tense grtillety aad1 maehrt gun fire, and through lowlands often filled with suffocating gases, the Ameri cans crawled steadily forward today betweea the Mouse river and the Ar- gonna forest " ' ' "London; Sept. JO.- The Serbians captured Caerevo east of Vele air mile from. the Bulgarian . border. cutting off the Bulgarian ' retreat Over TOO prisoners wer1 taken! The Bulgarians' are 'retreating near r the Bulgarian border' east of Vele. i With th British Army in France, .Havre. Sept, SO. The Belgian and British armies defeated the Germans ! r .1. . t ii ,j ...,.. ,1 .i t t III iiiit Medford is in the wet column again, aay th Medford- Tribune. Thla, tline U U water. , The vote Eat- -; urday decided, the Issue in favor of , the bonds, and, 'although there Si'.. stiff opposition, the majority WM a substantial one, and It may. be ; ihid Uat the valley .haa, turned Its ac toward prosperity , and .Its bad; on adversity. It remains now tb push the good W9rk vigorously to a happy conclusion. - ' . Total pomber votes cast, 8(1. To tal' in favor of bonding. 141, total opposed to same, 120; majority la fa vor ot, 21. ',.,..,. The new Irrigation proposition will cover, approximately, is.uvu acres of land. - ' 1 v ' i;o. 322 is hi msT HtlBGUTCECjX Waahingtoa, Septic SO. President Wilson drew the first draft capsule. It contained number 822. The next, 18 number are all big one. mm MP mj'