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COTTAGE GROVE, LANE COUNTY, OREGON, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1923
' LOCAL BASKEIEERS DROP GAME
MORE PROPERTY TO BE PLACED
them serve. The men, almost with
«out exception, are willing to let the
OPON THE TAX ROLLS
women have all the jury work and
ing talk concerning her work in
India. She also conducted a clinic,
representing tho Judson health
center of New Yprk City. A num
ber of beautiful musical selections
are willing to trust their cases to
Although Ralph Hand and
were played by tho orchestra com
juries of the feminine sex.
Mike Yokel staged u hard fight Basketball Team on Trip to South posed of Messrs. Charles Cochran,
Semi-Charitable Institutions Not to
Representative Keeney spoke for
in the armory Suiurilay night
Steen, Armstrong, Lewis aud Herb Salt Lake Grappler Finds Local Boy
Be Exempted, Compiili or y Jury
ern Oregon; Girls Undefeated
Mix By Score of 38 to 25; First
the bill and said that his wife was
neither of the two men wore
Tough Proposition and Takes
ert Cochran am' Mrs. Harvey. A
Yet This Season.
Duty for Women Likely.
the first' woman to serve as a juror
hurt. However, Lloyd Ireland,
group of small girls rendered a
Defeat on Home Floor.
in Lane county. Mrs Simmons stated
of Eugene, tho referee, suffered
By the one-sided score of 24 to 4
State Capitol, Salem, Ore., Feb.
Ralph Hand, local middleweight,
Cotiage Grove high school basket match.
improved, especially in the
the girls basket ball team last Fri- January Is Big Month at Library. sustained his reputation as one of
5.—Representative Keeney’s bill to greatly
ball boys were defeated for the
The library loaned 1587 books tho toughest propositions in his di
put onto the tax rolls such institu served upon juries.
first time this season on their home each other at a rapid pace. One, !
during tho mouth of January, 913
tions as St. Mary’s hospital in Eu
floor Wednesday night when tho in leaping at the other, slammed vallis high school girls on the Cor of which wore fiction, 75 non-fiction vision on tho Pacific coast, when
floor. Last year Corvallis
gene passed the house this fore Charge Against Devore Dismissed. fast Meilt'ord quintet look the game his
he and Miko Yokel, 8alt Lake light
opponent toward tli edge of vallis
school was the only team that and 599 juvenile, au increase in the heavyweight, wrestled here for one
noon with 41 aye votes. All Lane
with a score ot 38 to 25.
th. mat. Ireland, standing in liigs
county members were on the win H. Devore who, with E. V. Leon
hour without a fall Saturday night
The game was close until well their way, was caught against took a game from the home town
ning side. Mr. Keeney made a aid, of Drain, was arrested recently along in the second half,- with lots a ring post .nd received throe girls and for this reason the game Knowles presented a copy of Me before one of tho largest audiences
lengthy argument in favor of his in Portland after Leonard had of action and playing ail over the or four cracked ribs. lie was attracted a great deal of interest
tliut has over witnessed a similar
bill and explained that any private passed a number of worthless cheeks floor. At the end of the first half gi. en medical attention at a Eu- this year, many high school students ing the mouth 22 new cards were event in this city.
and local people going down for
institution performing the same
Yokel was to throw Hand two
local merchants and made off the score stood 13 to 12 in favor gi n hospital.
was collected in fines and 55 cent3 times in one hour, according to the
kind of service aud doing an equal on
Bel.ire tin- big mutch Ireland the game. The girls who made the was expended.
with a Ford coupe from Woodson of the visitors, having been but
trip as members of the team were
amount of charitable work would Brothers, has been dismissed.
terms of the match, but nothing in
one or two points different during w .»-tied liki Mosby.
Ava Young and Dollie Pitcher,
be taxed. It was shown during the
his large collection of tricks, all of
the entire period. Shortly after th'1
forwards; Gwendolyn Mooney, ceu
.debate that many millions of dollars
which lie tried, availed against the
opening of the second half Heck,
’''I' property ot' the state has been
speed, skill and strength of his
point-maker for the local team, got Cn well high .-.eiiool here. The tin; I.eoue Hohl, ruuning center;
exempt under the uncertainty of the
lighter antagonist. Notwithstanding
knocked out for a few minutes, aud, Crow«'! del nteis were June oouey Doris Holdorinsu and Evelyn Veatch,
guards; Francis Neulun, Mablo
provisions relating to institutions
the fact that the bout was a handi
although he returned to finish the and Chrisi,..c ILLinuii.
Martin, Francis Cameron aud Hazel
ccnducaed by charitable or semi-
cap, which put the initiative up to
game he was unable to make
charitable organizations without di
Yokel, llaud did not content himself
briskets enough to win tho game.
Wednesday morning the girls left Sells Sawmill Near Peoria Owned by with more defense but met savage
retc profit to those in charge.
Cottage Grove lost the game to eliminated from tho series and Eu
by automobile for the south chap
The combination that put this bill Give No Reason Other Than That Medford at Medford on the south
attack with savage attack, tossiag
gene became district champion.
Company to Harris Ellsworth,
oroned by Miss Alice Evans, coach,
over seems to have been a three-
Lis man about with u strength up-
ern trip a few weeks ago.
sided ouc. First and foremost the
patently equal to that of his oppo
The local boys also were defeated reception was held in honor of the
bill was backed by the patriotic
nent, aud inflicted more punishment
last Friday night by the University Cottago Grove debuters and tho
societies and with them went the
high school boys in Eugene by a boys basketball team which met the Ava Young, Dollie Pitcher, Doris
The four-fifths interest of W. T. than he received. Tho go was a
house organization. It also was
County Commissioners Emmett score of 35 to 19. A return game
Sherman in the Eugene Handle fac battle royal from start to finish,
plain from an observation of the Sharp and L. N. Roney have again will be played with tho University University high school quintet that dolyn Mooney, Leono Hohl, Crystal tory has been purchased by J. I. with never a let up in the terrific
Robinson and Mablo Martin.
roll call that members of the farm refused to certify to money raised high school team here on February night.
pioneer lumberman formerly puce, the last few moments, espe
Last night they met Jackson Jones,
bloc saw here an opportunity to for support of a county garicultural 23. the last game of the season in
city, R. L. Jones and Mario cially, being a whirlwind of forms
ville at Jacksonville, tonight they Jei.es, also both of whom formerly in a blur of speed which brought
vote for a reduction in taxation by agent, although the necessary $2000 which tile home town lads will par
meet Ashlaud at Ashland and 8at- resided here. The nevi firm has the uudicnce to its feet with ex-
putting more property on the rolls. was raised among the farmers of ticipate. Cottage Grove will play
uiday night play Grants Pass, If it disposed of the small sawmill near citemont..
While this may be taken as a slap the county. A committee of the both the boys’ and girls’ teams
is possible to secure a game with Peoria to Harris Ellsworth and ex
at one particular religion, such is Lane County Agricultural council from Springfield at Springfield on
Both men were in fine condition,
Medford the girls will remain over pects to build up a highly special Hand, who was not in form when
not the case, as several denomina called on the court and announced the night of February 16.
to play there Monday night.
ticns maintain institutions ef the that the county’s share of the ex
Dale Miller is playing on the reg
ized plant in the making of handles. he last met Ad Gustavo hero, some
So far the girls team has not Mr. Jones acquired an interest in weeks ago, showed splendid im-
kind in the state.
pense would be met by the farmers ular team now since the departure Man Known Here in Hard Training
lest a game this year, either at i he factory lonie .itne ago when he provemeut in condition, his speed
Debate upon this bill brought out but the commissioners refused to f H-tny Skilling, wlio has joined
for Match With Light Heavy
home or away.
the fait that under present taxation certify the fund. They gave no rea 'he navy.
titided iiis ranch just south of this making Yokel look slow by com
weight Champion Claimant.
laws crematoriums have been e. - son for the action other than that
empt from taxation while the busi it would not be consistent with
Ivan Culsforth and Kenneth Wil
Harris Ellsworth, who bought the
ness is a most profitable one. From their platform.
sawmill, is the son of E. E. Ells liams, local 8-ycar-old grapplers,
inent members of the farm bloc are
A week before the commissioners
worth, superintendent of the West diu a ten-minute curtain raiser that
ed in the Ted Thye Tom Ray match
already preparing legislation that refused to certify a fund of the
ern Lumber & Export company’s pleased lhe big audience, Mike
will put this class of property where same amount and for the same pur
mill, and has boon employed until Mosby, of Cottago Grove, and
Marshfield. Thyo has said that he
it will do its full duty for the pose raised jointly by the Eugene
recently in the advertising depart "Kid” Ireland, ot' Eugene, wrestled
state. There will be no opposition chamber of commerce and the farm
ment of the Morning Register in 30 minutes to a draw, and Pug
to such a bill.
Johnson, of Cottage Grove, and Earl
ers. Certification by the eoiumis Eugene Takes 3 to 0 Decision From
Mr. Keeney stated that the real t.ioners is necessary before tho
on March 3; Old Timers to
Brown, uf Portland, boxed a four-
Affirmative; Negative Defeats
training hard for tho match, accord
purpose of such institutions as St. county can secure $2000 state and
Auxiliary Sends Cookies.
Aid Realistic Effect.
Creswell by 2 to 1.
ing to the Southwestern Daily News,
Mary’s is camouflaged, that as a $000 government money which sums
Tho American Legion auxiliary
of Marshfield, which has the follow
mutter of fact the institution is a are given counties which maintain
week sent 50 dozen cookies to OFFICERS OF CALAPOOYA
A kangaroo court, a jitney dance, this
source of profit to the church which county agents.
SPRINGS COMPANY ELECTED
Cottage Grove high school was ing to soy of the event:
fill the cookio jars in rho hospitals
owns it and that if the proposition
Sharp and Roney have refused to
where ex s >-vice men are cared for
were put up to the voters of Lane permit the agent office space in tho lust Friday night when tho af that because Thye is the light and dancing girls will be only a few in Portland, This is tho first time
W. A. Kuykendall was elected
county they would vote three to one county court house even though a firmative team was defeated by heavyweight champion and defeated features of the "Days of ’49,” the local auxiliary has been called president of the Calapooya Springs
to put it on the tax rolls.
plan for his support which meets Eugene high school by a 3 to 0 Mike Yokel the other night, that he which Calvin Funk post of the upon for such an order but other company at a meeting of the stock
The patriotic societies, or the leg with their approval should be de decision and the negative team will sail through Tom without any American Legion, assisted by worn calls are expected in the near holders this week in Eugene. N.
islation which these societies favor, vised.
8 Hays was named vice president
gained a 2 to 1 victory over tho trouble. They don’t take into eon en of the auxiliary, are planning to future.
is assured of 40 to 42 votes in the
and the following composed tha
Creswell affirmative. Cottage Grovo sidération the fact that Thye must reproduce March 3.
‘ ‘ The Days of ’49 ’ ’ is laid in an
house. This was demonstrated in
board of directors: W. A. Kuyken
was second in the number of points open up and use all his stuff in
the vote this forenoon on Repre
dall, Dr. William Kuykendall, N. 8.
won by each of the three teams.
cider to gain the two falls. Ray old mining camp and to make tho
sentative Keeney’s bill, above re
Hays, Dr. P. J. Bartie and N. B.
The affirmative team composed Miti wrestle tight and on the defense reproduction more effective thero
ferred to, and upon Representative
of Effie lloppor and Nellie Stewart without taking any chances of open will be some real characters of the
Lewis’ bill to eliminate Columbus
met Idylc VVylde iml Mark Taylor ing up a chance for one of Ted early-day mining activities in this
day as a legal holiday and substi
at Eugene, losing unanimously to di
wristlocks. Tom met Miko vicinity. Tho kangaroo court will
DWIGHT KING PURCHASES
tute therefor Armistice day. The
Eugene. The judges were Walter Y
in a finish match two years be presided over by a judge well
EUGENE GROCERY STOCK
loiter passed with 40 aye votes.
Southern Oregon District to Meet Meyers and Harold Benjamin, both age in Salt Lake and Miko only qualified to mete out sentences to 95,669,633 Feet Manufactured Dur
Mrs. Simmons’ bill to make jury
of Eugene, and Herbert Lombard, got one fall in on: hour and 56 all violators of the law of the camp.
Dwight King, who has been em
in City for Week’s Training at
ing Weed Ending January 27;
With each 50-cent admission to
duty compulsory upon women passed
of Cottage Grove.
minuetes. ’ ’
ployed at the Powell it Burkholder
tho house this forenoon with 33
Wayne Veatch and 8am Swartz,
store in this city for several years,
in paper money with which one may
voles, 31 being necessary. The bill
negative team, won the debate with
Watch the label on your paper.
has taken over the former ÍL J.
was originated by the district at
Cottage Grove was selected as
The report o£ the West Coast Thompson grocery stock and will
torneys of tho state who claim that the meeting place of the southern
Lumbermen’s association for tho operate the store in its present
won the most money during the week ending January 27 shows that location on Willamette street be
the present law which leaves it op Oregon branch of the Epworth
tional with women as to whether League institute for this year at a
137 mills manufactured 95,669,633 tween Seventh and Eighth avenues
"jitney” dance will be in progress feet of lumber, sold 119,561,171 in Eugene.
they serve interferes too much with meeting of the board of control of
the conduct of the business of the tho district
Roseburg ' last Fri
feet, and lisipped 108,596,614 foot.
other features are not to be dis Production for reporting
courts. Mrs. Simmons and her day night. The institute opens the
Unused Machinery Sold.
closed until the night of the pro 8 per cent above normal, now busi-
friends are satisfied with the pres day after the annual camp meet
Tho 500 horse power Corliss en
duction, which the committee de ness was 25 per cont above produc
ent. law but introduced the district inK, lasting from July 30 to
ipec- tion and shipments wore 9 per cent gine used in tho plant formerly
clures will bo one of the most spec
attorneys ’ bill in order to save the August 5.
By Elbert Bede
tacular events ever staged in Cot below new business, 37 per cent of owned and operated by tho Cottage
privilege of serving. There is a sus
About 200 young people of the,
picion that some of the members southern district of the Oregon con
State Capitol, Salem, Ore., Feb. 7.—The house uill which would
which was for future water deliv Grove Electric company has been
sold to the A. J. Martin Machinery
Committees in charge of tho pre- ery.
ference will be in attendance at tho
prohibit tlie use of tobacco in any form in any building owned
company, of Portland, and is being
pn rations are headed by C. 8. Rob-
institute, which for the past two
by the state, or upon any property owned by the state, is being
erts, general chairman ; C. C. Cru- week’s lumber shipments moved by moved to that city this week.
seriously considered by those who asked its introduction, aud if
LIKENESS OF TWO GIRLS years has been held at Ashland, The
One of tho boilers used in the old
o___ , Ivan Warner, booths water, 26,478,333 moving coastwise
it fails to pass the fault will not be that tho merits of the bill
LEADS TO APPREHENSION camp meeting grounds and a part
plant before it was taken over by
and’ bar; George Proctor Jr., spe and
were not explained to the membership, for a lobbyist of the fem
OF GRANT8 PASS COUPLE of the camp meeting equipment will
the Mountain States Power com
cial features and kangaroo court;
be used by the young folks who will
inine persuasion is here aud ’ has
caused many members many
being exported. Rail shipments to pany is ooing moved to the Albany
E. E. Arthur, dance.
front Epwor*’’ League chapters
anxious moments. About the ouly members who do not use to-
Had not a young Grants Pass come
plant of the company. A. B. Coates,
Word has already come from a
as far not 1 as Harrisburg,
bacco are Representative Simmons, who uses the prefix "Mrs.”
Domestic cargo, 166,362,294 superintendent of tho Albany Iron
woman decided to roam the from
l umber of different posts that dele were: export,
as far south as the Oregon-Cali
in private lite, aud Ben Keeney,
to whose committeu the bill
72,432,003 feet; rail works, was here this week directing
streets of that city in a desti fornia
gâtions are planning to attend the
aud as far east as
trade, 10,390 cars. In four weeks the moving.
tute condition Friday night, a Klamath line
Falls and Lakeview. Au
It is understood that the following amendments to the bill will
production was 329,792,557
couple who registered here as athletic field
new business, 452,120,322 feet; ship
man and wife never would have are being made for locating a swim
Drain Defeats Company Team.
ments, 395,492,559 feet.
been apprehended, but the two ming hole easily accessible to tho
" ‘No female woman, or woman of any other sex, shall use
By a score of 21 to 18 the Drain
circumstances were in no way re city
for the entertainment of tho
chewing gum in any form in any building owned by the state
town basketball team defeated the
PUBLIC MARKET TO BE
or upon any grounds owned by the state. Any female person who
DISCUSSED BY GRANGE Company D team Tuesday night in
Night Police McFarland re
Among the leaders of the insti
prefers exercising her jaws and her prerogatives upon Wrigley’s,
the local armory. Tho military com
ceived a wire from Grants Pass tute will be Clarence True Wilson,
Beechnut or any of the other favorite brands, shall when ap
Friday night to be op the look a national figure in Methodism, and
An all day, open nieotiiig of the pany’s team, which was organized,
proaching state grounds or buildings remove the same from the
Event Is Second of Series Planned grange has been planned for Feb is composed of Jack Beagor, Wilbur
out for a young woman who had a number of men from the central
left side of her mouth with her right hand, which she shall ex
ruary 17 and all of tho farmers Hpruy, Ray McCnrgar, Henry Hub
left her home there. It was office of the Epworth League. Rev.
and Promises to Be as Suc
tend forward in such a manner that the lower arm shall form a
members of their families are bell, W inilall Cochran, Dexter Huff
believed she might have been Joseph Knotts, ol Grants Pass, will
cessful as First One.
right angle with the body, and she shall carry the gum in this
to meet with tho grange, mid Mider,
kidnapped by a man in an auto
be dean of th3 institute, Rev.
position until arriving at the checking room which the sergeant
to bring a basket of
mobile. Shortly after receiving Thomas D. Arnes, of ~ Springfield,
at arms of the house is authorized to provide for the purpose and
Tho shoir of the Presbyterian lunch aud enjoy a picnic dinner.
the wire, McFarland noticed a manager and Joel R. Benton, of
church is arranging tho second of There will be several good speakers GIANT EGGS ABE PRODUCED
couple motor in ’rom the south Yoncalla, assistant manager.
ings or grounds. If she leaves by another entra ie than the one
series of evenings of music for present who will discuss grange BY AMBITIOUS BIDDIES OF
and register at a hotel here as
The extra amount
COTTAGE GROVE COUNTRY
-al which sho entered, she may make arrangements for exchange
Sunday .tight in place of tho usua! problems and the advisability of a
man and wife. The girl fitted the institute will bring into Cot
w ith some other woman who arrived by the entrance by which
evening aerm->n. The first of the pul lie market and other problems
the description of the one tage Grove will run up more than
There are many things in
lhe other wishes to leave and will leave by the entrance at which
series, the cantata, "Tho King concerning the fanners.
named in the telegram. The two $2000, since the cost to" each of
which Cottago Grove and this
the first arrived. The speaker of the house shall deputize two
Cometh,” given in January, was
were not disturbed until morn the 200 delegates for the week is
particular section of the famous,
pages whose business it shall be to officiate at the gum exchange
ing. when Marshal Pitcher was $10 apiece. That amount includes i
Harry Rentle Elected Director.
fertile and fruitful Willamette
Following is the program:
called to take a hand. The girl only their board and lodging while
valley excel and not the least
" ‘Any woman, female or otherwise, who shall park her cud
Harry Rentle, local motorcycle
denied that she was the one be here.
upon the walls, railings, cornice, ceiling, roof, dome, tho under
Chorus, dealer, was eno of the named direc of these is the production of
ing sought, although she was of
Dwight Buchanan attended the 1
side oi’ any members desk, upon the floor, or elsewhere in or
the tors of the Eugene Motorcycle assoc
‘ ‘ Lord Thy
the exact size of the girl wanted, Roseburg meeting as one of three
about the capital building shall be deemed guilty of a mis
Heavens,” Choir; Ladies Quartet, iation at a meeting of that body horn
wore the same kind of clothes student representatives to plan for
demeanor and shall be allowed no overtime by the per diem
Mrs. Arthur, Mrs. Short, Mrs. in Eugene last week.
and the same kind of shoes and the institute.
inches long, two inches in diam
Mathews, Mrs. Cruson; ”
Duet t. Mrs.
had a bum on one finger just
etcr and weighing a fraction
"Add thereto a second section, as follows:
as the other girl wanted was de
less than half a pound, which a
" ‘Members of the legislature, being deprived of the solace
"When Night Involves the Skies,”
scribed as having. Finally the
Heat tie paper lays is the
they find in the weed, smoked or expectorated, will bo left in a
Mrs. Arthur, Mrs. Short, Mrs.
gir! ■xclnimed, "I’ll prove I'm
egg on record from a
deplorably nervous and weak condition, and might easily become
Matthew), Mr.i. Cruson, Mr. Nelson,
not the one you want. Here’s
my driver’s license. ’ ’ The license
Cottage Grove has a White
gave the name of Miss Pauline
Leghorn hen that beats the
Meade, of Grants Pass. "That’s
The precipitation during
Prosser biddy considerably, Tho
and at the desks of members, shall at all times and under all
with instrumental accompaniment, month of January was unusually latter
not the name you registered un
Beginning February 11 a series
part of December a hen
der,” was the marshal’s rejoin
of revival services will be conduct
on th 3 G. R. Allen place north
der. The man, who had regis ed at the Methodist church which
cooperative weather observer, re of tho city produced an egg mo»
startling hue shall be used below the knee to assist in securing
la iron, responsive lending;, Offer ports, 11.37 inches of rain having Hiring
tered as M. M. Shire, took in the
will continue for two weeks and in
eight inches in circum
fallen during the period. The great
situation at once and said "I clude three Sundays, A special in
ference tno long way and six
guess you’ve got us.” He paid vitation is given to the public to
inches around. The egg was per
shall be in no way, either maliciously, recklessly, carelessly, or
Duet; Ladies chorus; Solo, Mrs. was 1.79 inches on January 6, which
a fine of $100 in justice court. attend.
'Hark! was on the Saturday on which tho fectly shaped.
with malice aforethought displayed to the gaze of members who
Thia left him .«trapped, so he ne
Without particular reflection upon
Another egg story came to
should give their entire attention to the pure bred livestock bills
Hark! My Soul,” Choir; Benedic- flood was its highest stage.
gotiated a loan cf *15 from the
any denomination, erced or doctrine
I light this week when a Plymouth
upon their desks instead of upon any well groomed calves which
The mean maximum for the month I Rock hen owned by Mrs. Joo
justice, leaving a $900 note due
the meeting* will be of interest to
might be accidentally or otherwise below such desk,
‘ are ‘ interested,
- - -■
was 62 degrees plus on January 16 Perkin* Jr., on Mosby Creek, on
aim as security. The couple left all who
" ‘Any woman of a height of between five and six feet and
and the minimum 21 degrees on
here together and said they were be messages of divine
MANY CHURCH PEOPLE AT
Februnry 2, laid an egg eight
weighing not over 90 pounds who shall violate the provisions of
going to Oregon City.
the second coming of Christ during
BAPTIST GET-TO-GETHER next to the last day of the month.
inches around th; long way and
I 6% inches around the other way.
The girl wanted at Grants
A large and appreciative crowd
The mimmith «pecimeu of "hen
Pass was found there the next ,inr
‘^,’Any woman of not more than 5 feet in height and weighing
Total snowfall for the month was
attended the monthly get to gother
fruit” was sent to Dr. IL W,
morning. She had wandered the each night.
Titus by the Perkins, who are
street* all night and had ao ex
•lay evening at which Dr. Mary
making i speei ilty of egg pro
posed herself that sue has come
fix her punishment.’ ”
i Fowler Thompson, ex-medical mis- 23 were cloudy, 6 partly cloudy duction in their ranch.
down with pneumonia.
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A wantad will rent your house.
i sionary to India, gave an interest and 2 clear.
REFEREE HAS CRACKED
RIBS AS RESULT OF HAND
YOKEL WRESTLING MATCH
JONES GETS ENTIRE CONTROL OF
EUGENE HANDLE FACTORY
Parking of Gum and of Short Skirted Stenographers
is to Be Regulated by Legislative Assembly
MONTH OF JANUARY