THE SUXDAY OREGOXIAX, PORTLAND, JANUARY 27, 1918. FOUR FRUIT JUICE PLANTS OF THE PHEASANT NORTHWEST PRODUCTS COMPANY. LINKED IN YESTERDAY'S CONSOLIDATION. USEFUL PEESEHTB The Wiley B: Allen Co. Talking Machine Dept. IEKS Practically Entire Industry in FFER Wrist Watches Military Brushes Fountain Pens Northwest Affected by New Merger Announced. MAIN PLANTS -IN -OREGON 10 vmm. i FIRMS CONSOLIDATE 1 Xh'aant Xorthwest Products tain pan j Ximt of Concern Which Is to Market Prod arts of the Various Plants. Practically the entire loa-anberry Juice Industry of the I'actflc Northwest la affected, bv the consolidation, an Bounced yesterday, of the Pheasant ' Krult Juice Company, of Salera. and the Northwest . Krult l'roducta Company, also of tiwtlem. with an additional pLanl t Olyropla. Wash. The new company wIU be known as the Pheasant Northwest Products Com pany. Both original companies have placed their marketing and advertising with the new corporation. By the elec tloo of the following officers the parent concerns retain full manac-craeni of the new company. The officers are H. 3. Clle. president: Prank T. Schmidt, rice-, preatdaet- Frederick W. Schmidt, sec retary: J- A. Wilson, assistant secre tary. W. T. Jenks. treasurer, and Oi I Ferris, general sales manager. The Pheasant Northwest Product Company will market "Phes." "Xoju and "AppUu." the three Nationally ad verttsed and consumed products of the orlclnal concerns. They will carry larce advertising space In maa-azlnes of wide clrcalailon. as well as conduct Inc local campaigns throughout the country. orrWa to Be at Sales. General offices of the company -will fee located In Kaletn. Or. Branch of Bees will be maintained In New Tork City. Chicago. Atlanta. Kansas City, Dallas. Ixnvar and San Francisco. will be the policy of the company to keep a personal representative In all market subdivisions of the country, to the end that their products will be kept constantly before the wboleaale and re tall trade. This more, that brings together the two big factors In the loganberry and fruit Juice Industry. Is one that will mean much to the Pacific Northwest. Back of the new company will be ade quate finance and the most modern and best -equipped plants In America for the production of fruit Juices. The main plant for the production of loganberry Juice Is st Salem. Auxiliary plants will be located at Woodburn. Forest Grove, Orenco. Falls City and other points throughout the loganberry belt, which will enable the company to aecure maximum output of this now famous beverage. At olympia. TVash.. Is located the company's apple Juice plant and fac tory for other apple products. Over l.OOO.OOO gallons of apple Juice have been produced at the plant In one year. The apples are secured from Wenat- rhee. Takima and other famous fruit districts. During the pressing season an average of Se carloads are used each day. The Juice Is stored In ZO.OOO-gal Ion enamel-lined steel tanks. Je.tr Wlaa High Favor. Loganberry Juice has won Its way to favor in three short years and ths ruby red product of Oregon's loganberry Is now used In famous hotels or New Tork. Boston. Philadelphia. Chicago and tan Francisco, as well as by the dining car systems. In IMS. when the Juice was first In troduced on the market, the total sales of l can berry Juice for all companies In the Held totaled less than 1(0.000. In ll the total sales for all companies did not exceed 1200.000. while In 117 the total sales amounted to something In excess of 11.000.00. and at least 10 per cent of this sum of money resulted from sales made outside the Pacific Northwest. The story of the loganberry Juice In dustry reads like a romance, when the condition Is recalled which existed In the loganberry vineyards before some one conceived the Idea of Introducing the beverage. Because of their un usual slse and luaclousnesa and with out the necessary structure for holding the Juice, loganberries could not be successfully shipped as fresh fruit. Many farmers had plowed up their vine yard and given up in disgust. But lo ganberry Juice, as a beverage, caught on Inatantly . and now the berry Is greatly sought after. Farmers have replanted their vineyards and the crop for IMS. with favorable weather con ditions, should break all records for s PIONEERS'S LIFE BUSY ON Late Mrs. Cooke Well Known i Teacher, Writer and Speaker. VTWRERO. Or.. Jin. !C (Special.) Mrs. Belle Cooke, who died at the home of her daughter. Mrs. George H. Lm, In this city. Saturday. January 1. and waa burled last Wednesday, was one of the pioneer teachers and writers of this state, and a public speaker of some note aa well. Mrs. Cooke crossed the plains with her uncle. Kev. George C. Chandler, founder of the Baptist Collese at 51c Mlnnvllle, In Hal. She waa married to Joseph Cooke In Portland In lSi. Both before and after her marriage she wss a teacher at the Orecoo In stitute, now Willamette I'nlversity, Flm . In Hit Mm Cooke published a vol ume of poems, one of the flrst such published In the state. Fhe served four terms aa clerk In the State Legislature, and was for several years state secre tary of the W. C. T. l Phe lived -40 years In Salem, but since 1S3C mostly In California. Fine the death of her husband Is. 11 she had been living with her daughter in Newberg. WMILL TOWN IS Prosper Gives Llberallr to Red Cross , and Oahr War Activities. MARSHF1FXD. Or.. Jan. S- (Spe cial. Prosper, a little sawmill com munity on the Coqullle Klver. a few miles from Bandon. figores In the pa triotic features receiving attention all over ths country and has a fine record of loyalty to all needs the Govern ment has presented. The town's claim first came to notice when subscrip tions of tZ'i to the Bed Cross fund were made by employes of one saw mill and the crew of the steamer Elisa beth. The town has a patriotic club and a woman's art club. These organisa tions hsve contributed various com forts to the soMlers st Camp Lewis. A home guard unit of l" members has been orgsnlxed for community protec tion and regular drllla axe held twice each wKk LAd ' sssSaaHswawaaS M I I BBSS I FW Jfj - ' M T ' If ' Fi.'.' J""1 " 1'ia. V GIRLS TAKE VAR STUDY O. A. C COLR9E SERVES FOR HOS PITAL WORK PREPARATION. Maaele Re-edacatiea Steeled With te Readerleg Aid Ce leeeeat Soldier. OREGON AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE. Corvallls. Jan. It. (Special.) Courses for advanced majors In the department of physical education tor women are being adapted to the demands of the war. Statistics are now being gathered by the Government regarding women ho are specialising in the study of physical education with qualt Icationa for treating soldiers who are njured. The treatment Is muscle re education. Girls having done consid- rable physical education work with knowledge of applied anatomy, massage and prescription of exercise are enter- ng the advanced course. Already seven girls have signed up for the classes In re-education. The plan, according to atatements from the surgeon-general, provides that fter having done such work as the girls now are doing In college, they will If necessary be given six months' additional training. After that they wll be sent to the orthopedic and eonva lescent hospitals, located 100 miles behind the front, or will toe put Into she orthopedic clinic In the East under the irectlon of surgeons to aid In treating turned soldiers. t present the girls at O. A. C. are supplementing their theory with prac- icat work In the corrective clinic for women at the college. - Mrs. Miriam Seeley, director of the epartment, has placed Miss Charlotte MacDougall In charge of the war oiasa. Miss MacPougall was formerly super- Isor of physical education In the schools of Minneapolis. She graduated GOODRICH AnVFRTIMVO M ai.kr r i:i,i:bhti:i sotii A.NMVKR RY WITH , TH AT COM PA. V. i ! ! E. C Tlbbetta. E. C. Tlbbetta, sdvertlslng man ager for the B. FGoodrlch Rub bee. Company, of Akron. O.. one of the largest tire and rubber manufacturing firms In the world. ' early this month celebrated his 14th annlveraary In that capac Ity. Mr. Tlbbetta has aeen the noth- 1 ndus- I automobile tire grow from Ing to the fourth largest 1 try In the United States. at : - lT n-i-i-s-n-ieis ,-' ; .' . ' - " ' . ; , , ' . . . V rv I j H - 1 IX! ;,. i . J -V l--;il m II . hi 1 ni E2 from the University of Wisconsin and Sargent School of physical education and took special work In the Children's Hospital at Boston under the noted Dr. Robert Lovett. Last b'ummer Miss Mac Pougall was In New York, where she secured a certificate In after-treatment for Infantile paralysis. PIONEER PASSES ron Graham Prominent In Agri- cultural Activities of Ore con. AURORA. Or, Jan Aaron Graham, one of the best known citlxens of the Buttevllle country, died January 18 at the home of his brother, Joseph Graham. Burial took place at the historic Buttevllle Cemetery, Rev. Atcheson, of Fm.rgo, conducting the services. Mr. Graham Is survived by his broth er, Joseph Graham, of Futteville; a niece. Mrs. J. H. Boyd, of Spokane, and two nephews, Jerome Epperly, of Port land, and Collins Epperly, of Washing ton. D. C Aaron Graham was born In Ohio, but removed to Muscatine, la., and later to I Oregon, where he located many years ago on the farm where he died. He recalled vividly, almost up to the day of bis death, the events of his trip across the plains by ox team. He was one of the honest. Industrious, frutcal and unselfish pioneers who made this section what It Is. 1NGFIELD MILL BIJSY V . After Shutdown of Six Months Floor and Feed Grinding Starts Again. SPRINGFIELD. Or.. Jan. J. Spe cial.) The Springfield Mill A Elevator Company resumed business yesterday and began grinding flour and feed after a shut-down of six months. July 15. 1917, C. S. Williams and E. D. Paine purchased the Springfield roller mill property from Cv 41. Baker for J10.5o. since which time alterations and repairs have been made and new machinery installed. The mill has a capacity of too barrels a day and will operate both a day and night shift, employing 11 .men. The company will specialize on three brands, and ship its product, except what Is consumed locally, to the South ern states. COOS MILLS TO SPEED UP Present Output of Shipbuilding Tim ber la Below Requirements. MARSHFIELD, Or.. Jan. 26. (Spe cial.) It has been learned unofficially the C. A. Smith sawmills at Bunker Hill and Bay City are preparing Jo Increase their outputs, and will soon put on extra shifts of nine hours each at both mills. Shipbuilding timbers have not been turned out by the Smith company, which has a Government con tract, as fast as the builders need them nor as promptly as the Government requires. Doubling shifts will necessitate more shipping facilities for the company and the tug Tyee, of Seattle, has been en gaged to transport barges between Coos Bay and Bay Point, Cal. Aberdeen Masons to Celebrate. ABERDEEN'. Wash.. Jan. 26. (Spe cial.) The 30th anniversary of the founding of the Aberdeen Lodge of Masons will be celebrated hera Feb ruary 14. at which time grand lodge officers are expected, to be here for the occasion. Of the charter members or the lodge A. J. West, L. J. Kolts, Nels Nelson, O. M. Kellogg and Charles Drake are still residents of the harbor. When you remepber that a soldier carries his kit on his back, you realize that the gift should be worth carrying. Let me show you some that he will be proud to own. Credit Accommodations Without Extra Charge. Largest Diamond Dealer la Oregon S34 WASHINGTON ST. OFF. OWL DRUG CO. tT "rn! 'nfiriT ii-i mH- MEIERS ON INCREASE W. E. LL C LA, OF BOISE, TELLS OF T. M. C A. WORK IX IDAHO. Horn Gaards Look After Industrial . Workers aad Allena In Absence f Regular Troops. Despite the fact that Boise has no soldiers to cjaim the attention of the V. M. C. A., the Boise branch is work ing and planning big doings for Its members and its prospective members for the near future. W. . Lucia, head of the Boys' Department of Boise Y. M. C is in Portland visiting his par ents, who live at 27 Willamette boule vard. He is accompanied by his wife. "We have' doubled our membership In the last six months," said Mr. Lucia, "and we have Increased our capacity by SO per cent. The first annual Mothers' and Sons' banquet, given re cently, was the most successful one of recent years. Our next one, the Fath I era' and Sons' banquet, to be given during Fathers' and Sons week, Feb ruary 11 to 17, should be equally suc cessful. "We haven't any soldiers in Boise, but the Home Guards are looking after the L W. W.'s and the aliens, and the Council of Defense is keeping Idaho up is the lead In the food and fuel saving campaigns. The boys of the association are doing a lot of good in lis work. E. Randell.-our general secretary, Is another Portlander with the Boise branch. Harry Woodford, who is to take charge of the physical depart ment, will be In Portland on January 28 for a two weeks' course of training. FEDERAL AGENTS TO HELP Vancouver People to Receive Aid in Flllinc Our Tax Statements. VANCOUVER, Wash.. Jan. 2. (Spe clal.) James H. Woods and Henry Lewis, Federal Income tax agents, rep resenting the office of the Collector of fnternal Revenue, of Tacoma, Wash., will bo in Vancouver from Saturday, January 2. until the following Wednesday night, to assist people of this vicinity In filling but their income tax statements. These statements must be filed by March 1. Every married man having an income of (2000, and every single person hav ing an Income of S1000, is required by law to file this statement. The Income tax agents will make their headquarters at the banks of this city while here. Vancouver Bakery to Be Enlarged. VAXCOUVBR. Wash.. Jan. 26. (Spe cial.) The Royal Baking Company of this city, has been given permission to add one story to Its present plant at 60S Washington street, and work will begin at once. Greatly Increased business in Southwestern Washington makes the enlargement necessary. The "-X"--;'-:--x-e-:--- Campbell Hill Hotelt 741 WasbJna-tosi street. " i- Phone Mala ?St4. Dinner . Served 5 to T P. M. 7So SUyDAY DIXXER 7 So ' -- January 27th. IBIS. :- -- Loganberry Funch. Celery. Queen Olives. Vegetable Soup. Fricassee of Chicken with Mashed C Potatoes. Sirloin Steak and French Fried Potatoes. Baked Squash. v Tea Biscuits. Home-made Jam. Caramel Cream Pie with Whipped Cream. Apricot Ice Cream and Cake. I' Crackers. Cheese. Coffee. Campbell Hotel Twenty-Third aad IToyv Streets. i'fcone Marshall Dinner Served 4i30 te es30 P. M. x--M-i-x-x-x-M-x-rK-M-M":-:- Open Under New Management Claremont Tavern CHICKEN DINNERS STEAKS OYSTERS Pleas order dinners by phone. 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