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About The Twice-a week guard. (Eugene, Or.) 1910-19?? | View Entire Issue (Oct. 3, 1910)
S.P. GRAVEL TRAIN
NEW YORK STATE
Roosevelt Names Ite Entire I
COACH WARNER HAS
TO TEACH MANY GREEN
Ticket and Will Tak«
WORK AT ONCE
STUDENTS CLAD IN GYMNASIUM WON
PAJAMAS PARADE FOR GIRLS Al
Large Number of Students Who
Never Played Football
Turn Out for Practice
HaraViga, N. Y , 14«pt. 2k
publican stat» convention tonlglit
Is on display now, and
nanu«] Henry L. Stimson. of New I
Coach Warner is having bis hand
York, as Rs candidate for g >vern«»r..
full teaching 40 enthusiastic novice
there are many nobby
The nomination of Mr. Sllmsou
The caboose of a train that was was one more victory for Colonel
As previously announced by The the rudiments of football. Althoug
Two hundred brazen-throated stu
One of the best steps that
suite that are just the right
spreading gravel along th» Houtheri Roosevelt, who personally led th« Guard, the Ijine County Asset Com the number turning out to practic dents of the University of Oregon been taken at the
l*a< Ifli tra< k at Judkins* Point w>-nt fight for nomination of 'uia candi pany intends to begin construction «very afternoon Is very large, it Jield the first midnight pajama pa school has been the Introduction •
thing in style, quality and
work this fall on the proposed elec seems that there are very few who rade this year between the hours of the girls’ gymnasium work.
luto the ditch this nftsrnoou, and be
tric line between Eugene and the know the game and a large share of 11:30 last night and 1:30 this morn was originated this year in Febrt
sides delaying th» 2 o'clock south da tn.
fit. Dome and make your
The rest of
coast and that portion of the road them have never played in a prep ing. and for two hours the streets ary with ...,™
bound local, which was already an
Muhr as tl
lying betweeu this city and Elmira sch««ol game. Even these, except In rang from the echoes of tbe hoarsegirls’ instructor and the opening «
hour late, sud necessitating the
selection now—while the
wrecking train to come from Rose
a few instances, know very little of
President the semester finds the work well ul
Sw ret ary of State. Samuel S. Koe- meeting of the company last night football, for very f< w high schools Oregon yells and songs.
line is complete.
burg. n<> damage to speak of was
Campbell. Coach Warner and Train- der way. There are over 60 girl» I
done. The train was uuloaillng the
Stat« Comptroller, Ju.ti.i-n Thomp thun two weeks' time, or as soon as are able to supply 'oa«Ae* and the er Bill Hayward were awakened and the High school taking advantage t
gravel. Th« gravel curs unload by
game Is learned by themselves. • But speeches called for. The noise could the work now and this number srl
the engineer can set the grade stakes. even the old men have much to learn be beard all over the city and all be increased to 100 in a few week!
dropping th« bottom out. and then
Our prices are always
Chief Engineer Forneri and bis bwause of tbe new game, and Coach along the streets the students were For a gymnasium the attic of tl
th« rock is spread over tbs track
crew of men who have been at work Warner, even though he has farce greeted by cheers from upstairs win building has been converted and i
by means of n scraper that Is on the nell.
(nuking a permanent survey between aHMistants. has a big job on his dow«.
end < f th«* train In front of the ca
quite well equipped. Tbe floor w|
ly lower than elsewhere for
Eugene and the mouth of the Sluslaw hands.
boose. The train met the northbound ( r««-n<>mlnated.
The serpentine march started from treated with oil and wax during it
since early spring, will arrive home
summer and conditions are Idea
the same quality and style.
Saturduy, and on Monday they will Warner today said:
proceeded to Springfield Junction,
"I was never all the boys, attired 1 nthelr pajamas,
was not lari
begin the final work ou the Eugene- before in charge of a squad of men bath robes and night shirts, went to The gymnasium
where It commenced to unload north
enough to accommodate both tt
first one club house and then another boys and the girls and the latt«
Our line of Ocnta’ Fur
where the Hhusta Limit»«! went Into
I green material, men who "nave had stirring the members out of bed, but were given their preference on tt
Build From Fifth Street
nishing* is also reduced to
the ditch last spring, u large rock
no prep, school training whatever. who quickly Joined in.
The company has decided to aban • the men, however, are willing to every man student In the University theory that the boys have their oil
under the scraper and lifted
the limit. Come and see j | « It aught
don the route out of Eugene by way | work, and they stow the real fight took part. In each house the yells door sports and need the work lei
off the track. This threw th«* < a-
of West Fifteenth street, as original ing spirit. It is this fighting spirit of the ’varsity were given and as the The next thing that is neded 1« f
booae off, and It slid down Into a
our stock—we are glad
ly surveyed, and instead will build that uiust win the gam«. The first numbers grew the none became ter boys' gymnasium.
| small ditch and tlp|«e<l over. Th«-
Miss Mnhr, in explaining the wo|
to show goods, whether
struight from the west end of Fifth part of the season must be devoted rific. After all the club houses had
train was procedlng at leas than fou
that is being done, said:
you buy or not.
to teaching the fundamental prin
“The physical culture work is a
chise from the city over that thor ciples of the game to the new re been Invaded and the serpentine was
the gravel the engine had a hard
practically complete, tney marched addition to the High school currtC^H
oughfare. in connection' with the cruits.’’
pull and thq engineer did not know
lum of only one semester's stand Ini- ■
Oregon Electric railway, with a joint
that anything was wrong until the
Many of the methods of the «toach
trackage agreement betw«*en the two to train his men are interesting. One lege yells on each street corner, and having been started last year at tt
train had gone several f««t. On tbe
beginning of the second semeste^£
companies. By building from Fifth device that is used is a bucking ma
curve, about tbe point, it wus almost
street, a big curve is eliminated and chine. This consists of a heavy plank they formed a mob in front of the Fifty girls finished the work wit
Impossible to give any signals from
the distance between Eugene and El a foot wide and ten or twelve feet apartments of Bill Hayward and credit last year. It Is hoped that t"
East Ninth Street
the caboose. The conductor. M I),
Coach Warner. Both the trainers tbe end of the present year at leal,
mira is shortened by half a mile. All
I i'nderhill, threw the air a* soon as
of the right-of-way over that route, In length, well padded and mounted were reluctant to appear and for over a hundred girl» may have been hex „
it happened and the train »«« stop-
ten minutes the shouting and college efited by the training.
with the exception of through two
“This work has a number of goa,/f
small pieces of land, has been secur that is heavy enough to require con yells filled the air 'or blocks. Win
The wracking train at Howburjr
ed. and there will be uo more diffi siderable force to push. It is the in dows were thrown open on all sides effects. It supplies an element c . w-
was telegraph««! for. arriving shortly
culty by building over this route vention of Bill Hayward. Before and a large crowd that had followed fun: it brings vigorous activity; 1
after 3 o’clock, and in less than an
than there would be over the Fif this machine Warner will line three the line were spectators. Hayward gives control in movement, and ¿j*
hour lifted the car on the track,
or four of his men up and at a gi finally appeared at bis window and gives grace and Increased vitality.
Real Estate Transfers
teenth street route.
placing the trucks that tied been
The right-of-way for the entire ven signal they will charge upon it spoke briefly. Then the line marched
"This year three periods a wee
ooooooooooooooosoaaoaaooao wreck was cleared off. In order to
distance between Eugene and Elmi aa though it was an opposing line. back toward the campus, lining up are devoted to the work, and cred
ra has been secured with the excep
proportionate to the time spent
• T. O Maxwell Io lame* A Htan»- allow th«* passenger to g«> past, nt 3
tion of through about three small and the men will »¿ove this imagin the feminine stndents by their cheers given, the three periods without prr.aj
ble; lot 3 In block 26 of Springfield o'clock th«* train crew aided by the
tracts, it will probably be necessary
local section crew, move«! the track
paration being equivalent to half f
to bring condemnation proceedings down the field before they are al surrounded and the bead of the in week’s work with preparation.
T II Carter to Warren 1» Carter; out from the wrecked car and there
stitution appeared. It was early
against one or two of the owners, but
was no delay of this train. The train
"This rsar there is to be some ai
40 aero* In sec 19-19-1 E
it is thought there will be no trouble and several times, with the same morning when the students disband paratus—dumb bells, Indian clut i
IUrani F Kilin rn to Eugene Hand crew say this Is a very frequent form
three or four men.
The tackling ed.
with the others.
and wands comprising this aqnll^fl
and Gravel Co.; part of lot 2 In blk. of accident to a gravel train.
dummy is well known, and as much
In the line, the four classes lined ment.
Runs on Section Line
Track Being H«I« m *«I
16 of Fairmount
By building from Fifth street, the used, but Warner does not use this up separately with the seniors lead
Th«* work of spreading gravel on
"The plan of the work in genera 3K
Lizzie G Dennis et al to I^>ul*a
road will follow the section line alone. The dummy is not real ing. and special deputies marched is to give general gymnastics. Inclut A
Tripp; NW % of NE% of 8% of NE the track began ypeterday. The whole
enough for his men so he uses real beside the freshmen to instruct them ing Swedish gymnastics, Germa 2$
%, and HE % of NW % of sec. 7-19
out, doing away with cutting through live dummies. Dividing the team into in the details of the ’varsity serpen gymnastics, calesthenics, games, aid fl
Portland is to be raised from 3 to
11 W. 31.
CHARLES N. HASKELL.
the middle of any man’s farm, but four squads of ten or ao each, tn tine march and football rally. Such tistic steps and folk dances.
Oscar H. Woodard to Nellie Viola 6 Inches, the same as was don«' sev
Governor of Oklahc ■. a
against wm run between the farms, as the charge of his asistants. be wil line a march through the streets pre
"The costume required Is ver-Mt
Orr; tract In HW% of MC. 2X-20-3 eral years ago. when the steam shov whom the gover
prosecution sec tion line is the dividing line, and them up. One man with a ball runs cedes each football rally for each simple and inexpensive, and no glrflfl
els were located across th«* river
tnat she is excluded from this
Rudolph A Funke el ux to Ji/hn’ from Eugene, from Divide to Albany. ven futile.
By building from Fifteenth and the end man must tackle him. take part, and before hazing was pleasurable and helpful work bel
gravel is being secure«!
W I’feifler and Henry J Burch: E%| This time th«*
of 8W% an«! HE% of SB % of HE % from near Jefferson
----- u • be
i-- like a game of leap-frog, this tack appear without a satisfactory excuse, cause of the cost of her persona^,
in • two
! the roadbed more solid, and It la pos- .Malley ( re-n< mlr a:« d. i---------------------- f-.
of sec 12-20-6 W. 16500.
ling game goes on for the large part was promptly thrown Into the mill
I slbl<* that th« rallroa«! company Is
‘‘The need of physical culturg
Fannie W. Houghton to J A , planning for more »peed on the l’ort- Appeals. Irving G. Vann (re-nomi
Farmers Will Grade
of an hour.
race soon afterward. These penal work for High school girls is become
Briggs; 120 acres In sec. 36-19-4 W ’
It was not decided by the company
The men consider this quite severe ties were, however, few.
ing more generally recognized. Th4
Vote for Governor Hliown
last night whether or not to let the and after the first two or three days
course is included In all the import"!
,M J. Skinner to Frank N Battla; |
The vote for y /Vernor follows:
entire job of contrac ting to one man all were hobbling around with quite
lot 3 in Casandrla. E. G D«*iany‘»! ROSEBURG AND
Henry L. Stimson. 6k4;
W. S.l or firm, or to let Engineer Forneri sore muscles and r«eling that foot first social event of the year in which ant High schools of the country an«,
add to Coburg. 31500
Bonnet, of New York. 242: Thomas' superintend the work and employ ball was no joke. But t<his is his pur all the students take part, given by no new school building is planne«'
laaa<* Gibson ft ux to R. R. Stroud;
B. Dunn, Rochester. 38; James B.l farmers and other teamsters to do pose, to harden tke men, and for two the Y. M. C. A. and Y. W. C. A. of without a fine gymnasium. TM
large cities especially feel the neceaj
E% of SE% <»f NW% of HE% of
Following are the nmulta of the .McEwan, Albany, 2k; scattering. 23.,* the grading. The latter plan is fa hours every afternoon, Saturdays
sec. 19-17-4 W
The slate was made up this morn-1 vored, because many of the farmers and Sundays excepteJ, the three ■ great success and the floor and bal-
Roseburg race* yesterday:
Husanna M. Chapman to
' 1. O Fus-
compulsory from the first grade or
in the _____
com- squads are put through a gruelling
2:20 cla»» trot, three In five, purse ing by Colonel Roosevelt, Senator who have
of the boys’ gymnasium were through the High sebol course. Il
back; 34 4 acres In »ec. 33-17-11 W. |300 Margin (F. Norton I first. Root and their advisers, and went " J” '¿“’ve expresse«! a desire to pay practice. But the sqnadz all like the ; ■ conies
crowded for two hours. A musical Philadelphia no girl goes to Higt
____ . ’ (P. Cook I second. through without a hitch.
for their stock in work.
program was carried out.
coach and feel a confidence in him.
The school unless she takes physical cul-fl
Mrs H !.. Stewart to M C Holt. Ixird Ixivelace
Colonel Roosevelt said tonight
The grading work will be very
(I rick son) third. Kit
There is much discussion as to i patrons and
were: lure. In Salt Lake City, she receiveifl
lots 21 and 22 In H. L. and T.B. Crawford (Fred Woodcock I fourth that he would take the stump In the) easy and inexpensive all the way
who will make the first squad. This President
Campbell, no diploma unless he has had th! fl
Stewart acreage lots In Tp. 17. 3 W.
He said t'.at he would' from Eugene to Elmira, and there will not be decided for some time, Prof, and Mrs.
not cancel his s>uthern trip, which; will be few trestles, the longest one not, in fact, until the few days be and Mrs. Straub, Boynton. Prof. work. Before long, the school in Et fl
Mr. and Mrs. genp will require of all the girls tbt ■
Emma B Griffin lo Edward B. McKinney (It W
Clark ) firxt. Fai- beging on Thursday of n<*xt week, or being between here and the pass, fore the game with Willamette Uni- * 1 M. E. Brown, Mrs. Pennell, Prof.
In inont (F Woodcock)
Griffin, lots 7 nnd 10 and 11
<° >«•» »•»Hy in November. where a swale will have to be bridg verslty on the 22nd day of next Dunn, Mrs. Prescott, Miss Edith they take advantage of the physicAfl
training while pursuing tbeir oth^fl
Brooklyn. 3 acres. 31.
Wynn« (F E Alley) third. ..... «T*ck|
month. Until this time he will keep Woodcock, and Mr. C. W. Koyle, the
Arthur Lindley et ux to II. H. Ma-: (Stoppenfield) fourth
When this work is completed the the fhree or more squads in the field, last two in the list representing the studies.”
Tim«». 2:25- GOLD WATCH AND CASH
s«»n. w 1-2 of nw 1-4 «>f sec. 7-18-1.j
all fighting for the places. The mem- Y. W. C. A. and the Y. M. C. A.
FOR APPLE SHOW PRIZES . ^^XVlt^dTnd^uah
Fiv«»-elKhthH mile diish. purse 3200
. | bers of the first, second and third The attendance was very large.
Fred Fisk to Isaac Hamner, tract
(W. W. Percival) first.
¡completion at an early dat*.
» teams are now chosen every after
In Skinner’s ad«l to Eugene. 3100.
K„„ , the
Princess Viola (Mrs. L. Gallbralth)| Date of Exhibition to be Held planned to go right ahead with the i i noon „.
men --- go on the «¡„u
FOR NEW HOUSE
G. O. Pensen to W. II. Flick, a 1-2 second. Induna (W W. Cardwell)
i work again in the spring.
I and every man is given a work-out ILLINOIS CENTRAL
of sw 1-4 of Sec. 27-19-2 w 310.
third. Flnvora (J. T. Knight) fourth.
in Che first team.
Mrs H. L. Stewart to C. V Dil Time. 1:02 3-5.
21 and 22.
I DOG THIEVES SEEM
CORRUPTION EXPOSED Springfield, Sep. 2 9.—The new4 k
lard. Iota 17. IX In blk X9 of Wash
One-mlle dash, purs«» 3250- Hec
I hc-use of Mrs. Lou Richardson
burn»’» sub to Springflel«! Power and! tor (L Gallbralth) first St. Salvlnn
Fifth street had a very nar-dR
Inv. Co’s, add to Hpg. 3500.
row escape from destruction by fir^M
(W. W. Percival) second, Gr«*enlaw Commercial club has arrange! to
E. Moustganrd to A. W. Wilds, a third Time. 1:43.
I Monday night, and it was only be-fl
Makes Some Startling
PRESIDENT OF SECOND
give a gold watch and several cash I
«2 acres of lot 7 in Millett’s flat In!
cause a fire which burned all th^H
Trot and pace, hnlf mile, two in prize:) to exhibitors of'applea In the
secs. 33. 34. tp. 15-4 W. 32100
way through the floor In the dining fl
thre« purse 350 Tit Bits first. Dan big show that la to take place In Eu
Springfield. Sept. 29.—The dog,
YEAR CLASS AT “U.”
F W. Moorhead to J. M Howard, second. Mack third, Bess fourth.
room went out of its own accord.
thief seems to be active about Spring
n 1-2 of lot 3 and N 1-2 of lot X in Time, 0:55.
When the painters came to work on
dates fixed by the board last nlgtor. field. Sunday Harry Stewart’s fancy j Sophomores Hold First Meet
Chicago. Sept. 29.—The Illinois Tuesday morning they found a large;
lilk 14 of Washburn nm! Mllllorn’a
The gold watch will be given by A.
Central Railroad corruntion bomb ex hole burned through the floor in thir ,?
add to Junction. 3200.
Following are the results at Can C. Rulofson, manager of the Pacific has been carefully raising in Che rear
ing Yesterday Afternoon
ploded with terrific force today in room. How the fire started and a
Jane C. Lucky to Isaac N. Stone, by:
coast branch of the Pearson Co., of
Bruggemeyer's why it went out is a mystery, and it fl
lot 10. In blk 53 of Junction. 31050.
Half-mile pacing Atabal won In Boston, nt San Francisco, and the and was seen on the streets, but on
—No Hazing Yet
court. Henry C. Ostermann. ex-pres is imposible to say whether or not
C M McLIn to Isaac Land, 5 ac three straight heats: Blue Jacket, se
promotion board will give 325 cash
ident of the Ostermann Manufactur the origin was incendiary, spontane
res In aec. 32-20-2, w. |500._
cond: Georgia Rose, third; time, 1:- as another grand prize. Smaller cash living on the river road north of the
to Gertrude 12%; 1:10%^ 1:10.
ing Co., was the "fuse” who touched ous. or whether it was started by
Eugen« A. Ward
sums will be given for lesser prizes. city yesterday reported that his dog,
At a meeting of the sophomore off the explosion, and former offi- hobos who entered the bouse during
Brown, s«* 1-4 of 0M. 2X-19-5, w 160
Mlle trot Rod Skin, first: Cromo, The grand prize will be offered for a Scotch Oolite, w'hose value is well
of tho University yesterday af-^cials of the railroad company, both the night. The floor had been oiled
acres. 31 •
second; Dotty Dimple, third; time. the best exhibition of five boxes or up towards a hundred dollars, had j class
ternoon President Campbell, in a exalted and low, were struck telling i the -day before by the painters and
John M. Bledsoe
_______ to Joseph Keif 2:2»% ; 2:22% ; 2:26%.
short address, praised and expresed blows.
n 1-2 of as 1-4 and l«»t« 2, 3. of sec
was in an inflammable condition. The
Among the voluntary donors of stolen because it is not in the habit : his thanks to the class that there has] The head of the defunct car re- painters had left much of their oil»
20-20, h » w. 310.
first; Midget, second; Nellie Gray
prizes to encourage apple culture in I
been absolutely no hazing at the Unl-i pairing company, which is alleged to and waste in this room and the fact :
James H. McFarland to D. G. Me third; time 26%.
Lane county are the Hotel Osburn and would be recognized if kept near verslty of Oregon this year. He said have mulcted the Illinios Central out Chat the fire went out is quite fortu
Farland. trnct In sec. 29-20-3. w. 3t
! that he realized that such a tradi-lof 34,000,000, was a voluntary wit- nate. The loss is but a few dollars,
and the First National bank. Other
Richard O. Kirk et ux to John E
I tlon was very hard to part with and ness
ONE OF LARGEST
business house have promised to help
Mllllorn. fract In tp. 16-5, w. 3HI0.
although the whole house is more or
that the class had done very well, al-j
NEW BAPTIST MINISTER
along this Hue.
Ostermann was called as a witness less smoked up. Mrs. Rchardson and
S A Huddleston to Lester G. Hu
lln; lot 6 in block 1« of Huddleston
CROPS OF APPLES
her family are about to move Into
¡could have been expected under the hearing against Frank B. Harriman, ; the 'house this week. She is now liv
the apples will bo on exhibition in
extended addition to Eugene. 310-
AND FAMILY GIVEN
f the stores
lullin' Hammer to Fr«'<! Fisk; 8%
ing on Seventh street.
EVER HARVESTED the
where they can l>e seen free by ev-
amonS ,he students and faculty of lor. former Illinlos Central officials
of NE% «>f NW% of NW%. SE%
everybody. Springfield and Junction
of NW % of aec. 3(1, 21. 3 E., 160
RACES AT ROSEBURG
On«* of th» largest crops of apples have asked to join In the prize giv
I lete in Oregon. Not a freshman has sive car repair swindles.
Rawn Chief Figure
ing, Standard rules of the exhlbi- Address cf Welcome and Mus- been molested and they have appear-
B. A. Washbnrne et al to Henry
ed on the streets after dark during
The testimony involved not only
Mooney: lot 17 In re-plat of lots 17 the crop of this year, according to a' tlon will soon be issued and a prem-i
ical Program Given Lest
theh first week of college, a happen- the names of the three men now on
IX and 19 of Clark * Waahburno’s statement of a local fruit grower t«>-| lum list Is now being printed.
But not only Is th«* crop veryi
ing that would have been very rare trial, but extended to a dozen
n«ld. to Springfield. 3300.
ttwo years or more ago. with abso- who formerly occupied positions of
II. 8 Haskell to D. P. Graves; lot, larg«* but the demand for apples Is' STATE OF MISSOURI
Following Is the result of the races
lutel.v no fear of sophomores.
I trust with the railroad. The late Ira at Roseburg yesterday:
7 In block IS of Huddleaton extend great and the price will lie high. An
No. 1 trotting. 2:20 class, three In
ed add. to Eugene. 3 10.
HAS GROWN P 'T SIX
ship characterized the reception at the class in regard to the election route, who was mysteriously shot to five, purse 3300—Queen Alto (Hog-
Ilans Christensen to C. 11. Beals; this year is that the fruit Is better,
oboom) won in three straight b**nts
lots 3. 4 nn«l 5 In block 33 of Fair
ever before. Th«» situation Is Ideal,
PER CENT SINCE 1900 I or of the new pastor. Rev. H. W. offices be filled acording to the mer- was named by Ostermann as one of in 2:21%. 2:22% an,l 2:1«%. This
C. D. laiwell et ux to David 8. Wil-i
Is Mr. HAgoboom’s 100th victory dur
Washington, Oct. 1.- The popula- students at the University
and 2 other'their
’ 1 or fraternal [xvsition. He ring.
helm; N% of E% of NW % of »ec.l Ixe and see in the near future the
ing ‘his racing career. Ba!>e H. (by
time when Eugene 1s to be a
(Ion of the state of Missouri is 3,- institutions of learning in the city, suggested that if the class was not! Ostermann declared that Rawn. R. H. Huster) was second Dolly Me-.
4. 21. 2 W. 310.
who had charge of Che affair prepared to do this that the election when vice-president <»f the Illinios Kinley (by Clark) third. Stalene (by!
293.335, which is a six per cent in-l
Brown Lumber Co. to Booth-Kelly fruit center.
- no stone
- - —
*------ -* *-
¡Central, was given 1500 shares of Alley) fourth.
A local commission num today; ’crease, according to figures issued by; bad - ■ left
Lumber Co.; 8W% of sec. 12. 21, 2|
the censusb ureau.
Missouri, on ;;
they ; ------
were! j The
™ of the election showed stock In the Ostermann Manufactur-'
said: "Never has there been
,L"__ .-uccess, , and " ”
Race No. 2. running, half-mile »
Booth-Kelly Lumber. Co. to Brown good fruit raised her«» as this year, this showing, will not gain an addi rewarded" by the large crowd In at- that the wish of the president was ing Co. and that this was Increased dash, purse 1200—Carl P < w w.
tendance and the pleasant evening carried out to a large measure. Carl- to 2700 shares. He said that Rawn Percival) first.
Lumber Co.; NW % of 8W % of sec And there Is a bigger crop and more tional representative in congress.
demand. The notable change In th«»
I ton E. Spencer, of Cottage Grove, was sold hts stock to the Ostermann plant1 Brown) second Agnes |W. H. Smith)
spent by all.
4. 21. 2 W. 310.
Fremont Chapman to Hiram A.
iTom Smith) fourth,
Rayl; lot I In block 3 of Quimby’s •ir<» now calling for this fruit and al 32,703, an Increase of 6050, or 23.24 evening was a piano duet by Cha| over a "frat” opponent. Spencer was
Letitia (E G. Alles) fifth. Time,
add. to Eugene; also lot on 8«»venth i
by Miss Georglne Ransom.I Oregon debating team last year and I BANK OF ENGLAND
not lowered because of It. The local
cal solos L,
Race No. 3. pacin-g. 2:25 class, two
and Blair. Eugene. 33500.
Miss I Ait tie Pengra and Hann Ding.
C. H. Mathews et ux to Hinton C.
in tlbree. purs« 3250—Kit Crawford
Th«» fall apples have been in the ant Hill, were in Eugene today out-1 Rev. H. N. Mnut. pastor of the Cen- is popular among the students. Miss
Sunderman; 156.75 acres in I). L. C.
won In two
market for some time but the gener- fittlng for a hunting trip to . the tral Presbyterian church, delivered Carln Degermark. of Portland, won
straight heats. 2:26 and 2:24; Ad
54. Tp IX. 3 W. 36000.
Olaf Engstrom to C. O. Swenson; nl crop has not yet been picked. The South Fork of the McKenzie. They a abort address of welcome in be- the vice-presidency. Miss Florence
miral Togo (F. .Mauzey) and Sally
London. Sept. 29.--The ex ♦ Younger (Peter Cook) tied for se
of sec. 12, 18, 6 W. 120 commission men have not yet begun wlll leave Pleasant Hill tomorrow half of the churches of the city, A. C. Cleveland, of Portland, Is secretary. ♦
to hiindl«» the apples. Nearly all the and expect to be gone until the snow Terrill, secretary of the Y. M. C. A., Carl Martzloff. of Portland, treasur ♦ pected raise in the discount ♦ cond money. Holly Brand (E. C.
spoke in behalf of that organization. er.
Edward Bailey, of Eugene. Is ♦ rate of the Bank of England ♦ Kent) fourth.
________ to L. E Schrlvner; oilier fruit Is out of season u.id so drives them out.
and Professor Converse In behalf of j sargeant-at-arms. There was a fair ♦ to four per cent was announ- ♦
Race No. 4, running, half-mile—
lot 9 in block 4 of Hollo's add. te there Is little being shipped or hand
Prof. L. R. Aiderman, the nominee the University of Oregon
Pastor j attendance of the class, over eighty ♦ ced today.
led other than prunes and a few of
8 prlngfleld. $10.
♦ Carl P first. Weatherford second.
John Daugherty to Nelson La-
♦ Agnes third, Letitia S. fourth, Teddy
There have been no consptclous erintendent of public instruction, left remnrks with*'.' were greatly enjoy
fifth; time :49.
Duke; lots 3, 4, 5 and 6 In sec. 34,
today for The Dalles, Or., and White ed by thase present.
Race No. 5, seven-eighths mil« C''
1.;, x \v. 310-
Household goods came in this dash—Hector woo, 3t. Silvona «e-
Nelson LaDuke to Josephine Dau
gherty; one-half Interest in NW% of and the commission men have found Institutes. At The Dalles a tri-county ception had prepared refreshments, morning by Carson Mathews and his morning for A. C. Mattison from Sa- cond, Greenlaw third, King Kohr
of which all partook.
crew of men.
fourth, Indnna fifth.
aec. 34, 16, 8 W. |10.
' things a little quiet.
EÜGENE, OR, MONDAT, OCTOBER 3, 1010