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Continuing tho Sprlngfiold and Lano County Star, Which Woro Consolidated February 10, 1914
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SPRINGFIELD, LANE COUNTY, OREGON, THURSDAY, AUGUST 26, 1915.
VOL. XIV. HOs49.j)
HIGH OFFICIALS OF SOUTHERN PACIFIC
H. P. Hoey, Builder of the Willamette
Pacific, "Hunting" in Crater Lake
Region Along Natron Cutoff.
Klamath KuIIb, Ore, Aug. 25.
ID. 0. McCormlck, third vlce
prealdont Southern Pacific; .1.
W. Motcnlf, HUperlntcndcnt
ShitBta division, and D. W.
Campbell, gonornl superinten
dent Northern district, In com
pany with Stephen Mather, and
Mr. Albright, of the Interior De
partment, arclved unheralded
the flrat of tho week by special
Messrs, Mather and Albright,
proceeded to Crater Lake, and
Medford, via boat to Ilarrlmnu
Lodge, thonce by automobile,
and the railway ofllclals made
d hasty special trip of Inspection
to Kirk. After returning lust
night their special loft Immedi
ately for Weed. Chief Hngtue-
cr Hoey and Colonel Ilolablrdi
for several weeks have been
hunting tho wilds north of
Engineer Hoey Is regarded to
be hero on railway business al
though he Is supposed to bo on
a hunting trip. Colonel Holablrd
has been an adviser of the Col
onel's as to rcvenuo from pro
It 1b reported here that tho
NO, ROME WAS NOT
BUILT IN A DAY
Chief Engineer McCul
loch, In charge of (he
plants of the Oregon
Power Co., is consider
able of an clllclency en
gineer. In fact, by pro
per reconstruction ho has
made three boilers of tho
Springfield plant "carry 07
per cent more load than
live boilers did a year
Last week at Dallas,
where tho company Is re
building boilers, Mr. Mc
Culloch discovered one of
the brick masons behind
the building resting com
fortably In a wheelbar
row. Ho remonstrated,
to which the mason re
plied: "Oh, Romo was not
built In a day."
"No. And I was not
superintending that job,
either," came the work
compelling answer of tho
SCENE FROM THE GREAT FILM STORY "CREATION" ON
EXPOSITION NOW AT THE EUGENE THEATRE FREE
' JESUS ON TRIAL FOR LIFE.
PONTIUS PILATM Is hero represented ns prosentliiK Jesus to tlie hcim
loss rabulo at Jorusulom with the words, "Kcco Homo," Heboid tlio ninn'
Josua, bail been shamefully used: sjmt upon, scourged, nnd jeeruiKl;
crownod with a wreath of thorns, but still unsntlslled they cry, "Crucify him'
crucify Idml" (From tlie I'lioto-Drumu of crvtuiuu.)
Shovlln timber Interest's ut llend
have practically been promised
an outlet through this country
for their timber and Crescent
icporta rumors of a big sawmill
to be erected there. These re
ports) seem to Indicate that rail
road construction In this part of
tho country is nbout to be re
sumed. READY TO ELECTRIFY
S. P. LINE TO CORVALLIS
Portland, Ore., Aug. 25. That
tho next few weeks would see
tho active resumption of work
on the Southern Pacific, electri
fication between McMlnnvllle
niid Corvallls was the statement
of D. W. Campbell, assistant
general manager of the systom,
on his return today from an ex
tended Inspection trip. Mr.
Campbell had made a proposal
to the Corvallls city council, of
fering to begin work within 10
days after the granting of fran
chise concessions which ho ask
"I stopped at Corvallls last
night," said Mr. Campbell today,
"and attended an Important ses
sion of tho council. I found tho
members In a most favorable at-
Jtitudo, and it appears as If they
would allow us tho right we ask.
"If they do thoy will not re
gret it, because our material Is
on the ground and our engineer
ing forces arc standing waiting
for the word that will mean so
much to tho city."
Mr. Campbell explained that
Mho electrification of the remalnd
er of this "west side lino ' Into
! Corvallls would not only In-
;crcase mo importance oi every
jtown along the rouute, including
; Corvallls, but would widen the
j scope of Portland's trade. Just
jas an awakening hns taken
! place in all the towns included
!in the electrification of the first
limit from Portland to McMlnn-
I L - '
, TIUU Mill. VIWWlJA.lt WO?.MV. tltllt
Newborg, so will the awaken-
'tag take place beyond, he do-
vine and uirougn uscgo aim
i :..r ...
tiiq ravornme nuiMKio. or t no
'Corvallls council Mr. Caihpbell
considers the most encouraging ;
in rli rut Inn ORnnninllv ninnn th i
1 council of two years ago had
taken a less friendly attitude
' Albany S. P. C.n. until
.?17,r00 wages hero for July.
Corvallls grants franchise for
extension of West side electric
Powers A schoolhonso con
tract has been let to J. M.
Wrli'ht for SW 724.
Roseburg Extends Courtesies
RoBeburg, Oregon, August 25, 1915.
Mr. J. .13. Stanlger,JMarsliai',
Dear Sir: This Is to Inform you that at tho last meet
ing of the City Council It wsib decided that you be per
mitted to place ono of your Camp Ground signs along
the side ol Winchester Street In litis city, provided you
do not place tho same in the street.
Would say that the city purchased a lot on this
street a law slays ago which would, make an Ideal
place for your sign. It Is a knoll at a'bend of the street
where It could be easily seen.
Yours yery truly,
CAUL E. WIMBERLY,
Hundreds of Odd
from the various lodges of the
county, have joined In a picnic
at Walkcr'a Grove, West Spring-
nciu. Many went eany m uio
dav. and stll more joined the
crowd In time for the basket din
ner at noon.
There was ho set program ex
cept for the sports. The street
car company maintained a 15
minute service throughout the
BEN KING IN JAIL HOUSE
BURNS FAMILY IN WANT
"The house belonging to Ben
King on the Mohawk near Don
na, was totally destroyed by lire
at midnight a few nights ago.
King is In the county jail on a
charge of having stolen grain
sacks from C, A.. Swarts. It.was
he who made a sensational es
cape from a posse of citizens ten
days ago, when 30 shots or more
iwere nred. King's lamuy was
i found to be in distress, and they
nie now being cared for at the
FOR BAPTIST CHURCH
Rev. W. H. Ferris, D. D., Of
The Dalles, has consented to fill
the pulpit of the Springfield Bap
tist church for a period of sev-
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V'Vjl.J I, ,.!. tltWt ttlllf Cltllt
(tvoiiiiiir nnvfr Similnv niwl Hmn
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will be away for two weeks, re-
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IJUDGE BOWN TRADES
FARM FOR CITY LANDS
County Judge H. L. Bown this
week trade his 30G-acro farm
near Irving to Charles Barnard
of Eugene for a quantity of Eu
gene property, including busi
ness, nnd residence property, a
now "Cadllac Eight" and $4000
RUN SPECIAL TRAIN
FOR HOP PICKERS
A special train of three cars
; will be run from Cottage Grove
Monday to Springfield to bring
J pickers for the Jns. Seavey hop
yard. Picking of tho late hops
is to begin at that time. A sim
ilnr excursion was run last vear.
Beaver-Herndon Hardware Company
MRS. FARNHAM'S FUNERAL
WAS HELD ON TUESDAY
Mrs. Ella Faraham of Walterville
twho died Monday afternoon as
the result of an accident a week
;n80, were held at the Walterville
UUUICll J. UUttUUY Illuming ill li
vo'clock, and interment whs made
'in the ML Vernon cemeterv.
t Services at the church were
conducted by Victor Morris of
.Eucene and at the cemetery by
the Walterville lodge of Rebe-
kaliB, of which Mrs. Famham
was a member.
AT THE POWER PLANT
. Brick masons began yesterday !be reciprocate the kind
iloon tearing out the brick of;"088
furnace No. 2 at the Oregon I An added attraction of the
Power plant, preparatory to its j camping ground, and one not
reconstruction. Furnace No. 1, tanticipated by. the commission
which aa joins o. a, nas io ub.j y presence of playground!
used, and the man inside finds 1Q "iC ,. r -
the work nrettv hot. A blower
has been installed as a precau
tion so that forced draft can be
employed in case the Albany
plant has an accident and the
Springfield -plant has to -carry
the full valley load.
CONVEYANCE FOR ALL TO
BIG GRANGE PICNIC
Ries will be provided for those
who wish to go to the Springfield
grange picnic at McBee s grove
Saturday and do not have their
own conveyance. All wno wisu
to be provided transportation
Should be at the grange hall at
Rev. W. N. Ferris, who is to be
temporary pastor of the Baptist
church, will make an address.
Baker A 30-ton stamp mill iarge number of retailers gath
has been ordered for Creenhorn ; ered at luncheon and not only
Harrisburg Oregon (Electric
Co. will build 3-pen standard
On ton of its railroad bond is-
bond issue for water and electric
ine Sclioll's Telephone jo.,
hns been given a franchise at
Amity Rea and Cronk will
build a new brick postotfice.
Construction of the Wlllam -
ette Valley and Siletz railroad is
Condon L. E. Fry or Arltng-
ton will erect modern garage.
North Powder 35 teams and
70 men to bo employed on large
Ice nlant here.
Oregon City Hawley Pulp &
Paper mill spending $30,000 on
towel and tissue paper plant.
Portland Cornerstone of
$20,000 Ema.nuel Hospital build
Will soon bo horo again, and tho
happy jlays of skimming over
tho bright blue water, will bo ro
peutod. Aro you ready? If not,
wo can help you out, for wo havo
n largo assortment of canoes,
which wo aro selling at roason
nblo prlcoa. Como In nnd seo
them; you will suroly got tho
ennoo fever If you do.
Uoforo you go on that vaca
tion bo suro to call at tho Ben-vor-Horndon
Hdwo. for yoifr
supply of tlshlUB tncklo and
Item. N. M. O. Ammunition.
Over Thirty Persons Have Enjoyed tfie
City's Hospitality Within the
Past Three Days
Over thirty automobile tou- Sclo friends of CouncilmanJil.
rists have enjoyed the facilities M. Peery.
of the Springfield free camping I Others who have registered
ground since the Monday Issue since Monday noon were: Mr.
of the News, and it is only the 1 and Mrs. A. E. Sparks of Esta'ca
lack of road signs at greater dis-'da, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Lovelace,
tances that prevents larger num-
bers from coming.
These signs, however, are be-
Following receipt of a letter from
Roseburg granting permission;
: to erect a sign there, Marshal
jstanlger today shipped a sign
. l. tn art
to hs father for erection in ac-
cordance with Roseburg's kind
Speaking of this offer, Mayor
Scott this morning said:
"We certainly appreciate the
kindness of Roseburg in allow
ing us to erect a sign there, and
especially in offering the use of
;the dty.8 lot
We hope we may
! apparatus ciose at imuu.
wman travel spoke especially
of the relief the children found
on the swings and boards after
a hard day cramped in the auto.
Among the travelers of the
week were Mr. and Mrs. J. F.
Gaines, of Hutton, Alberta, old
.WILL DEMONSTRATE .
WHAT DOLLAR WILL DO
Portland Merchants Will isnow
Way to Keep Elusive Money
btnctiy at Home
A gigantic demonstration ' of
what a dollar will do in purchas
ing merchandise will be given in
Portland next month. Plans
were formulated recently at the
Chamber of Commerce, when a
I decided to make the demonstra-
1 tion, but appointed committees,
(fixed the date an(l started out to
make "Dollar Day" a red-letter
dav in the shouning district.
j To the shopper of Portland
and to the shopper trom subur-
iban nolnts "Dollar Day." Tues-
day, September 23, will be a rev-
; Financiers have figured it out
; tliat if one dollar were started
1 into circulation and kent moving
from hand to hand, it would
uvith astonishing rapidity pay off
'a sum equal to the city debt.
I Portland merchants have or-
i ,Wnfl nnrl nrp ropfMvInc their
,new stocks. They are enormous
stocks, and it is probable that
those merchants owe a sum of
money much larger than the
debt of Portland. "Dollar. Day"
will show that the debt can be
wiped out and that every patron
of any of the stores participating
will have received a much larger
! amount of merchandise than he
1 could purchase for the same dol
lar on any other day of the year.
Tho news of what a dollar will
ibuy on "Dollar Day" is going to
be telephoned and advertised
throughout tho trade-district oc
cupied by tho Portland trader.
Ofllcial pennants will be plac
ed in the windows and before
the stores participating.
This' will be the first "Dollar
Day" ever held in Portland,
Mnrshflold Pino street war
ended by council ordering im
provement. Ontario vants a state high
way via Cnnyon City to The
Dalles, ' ' '
Hi IN POPULAR!!
(Raymond and Arnold Lovelace,
Estacada, Oregon; Mr. and Mrs.
O. J. Cross, Valley Ray, Nebras
ka; Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Beyer
and two children, CoquiHe;'Mr.
Frank Slack and two
children, Marshfield; Mr. and
Mrs. J. F, Gaines, Orval, Zelma
and Mildred Gaines, Hutton, Al
berta; Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Brass,
North Piatt, Nebraska; Mr. and
Mrs. J. B. Ransbme, and Inez
Ransome, Hillshoro; L. "W.
House, Hlllsboro; Mrs. V. J. Ack
ley, Kansas CJty, Missouri; J. A.
Scott, G. T. Scott, " Alice R,
Scott and Bell B. Scott, Spo
kane; Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Wood,
All these spent the night at
the camp ground. Tpday noon
Prof, and Mrs. E. Ed. Hull and
two sons of Medford camped
Professor Hull is on
'his way home from a trip to
Portland by way of Crater Lake
and the central Oregon route.
He says the roads that way are
not nearly so good as through
the" Willamette valley, -but? that
Portland is routing many by the
eastern Oregon way.
SKIM MILK AS FOOD S
Its Nutritive Elements Under
estimated Many Ways in
Which it May be Used in the
Skim milk is a very economi
cal food material, in the opinion
of experts in the United States
department of Agriculture, and
might well he more largely used
as human food this in spite of
the fact that it Is nine-tenths
water. The argument for econ
omy is based on the price at
which it is usually sold and upon
the composition of the remain
ing tenth, or the nutritive por
tion. Whole milk, as everyone
j knows, is an indespensable food
for the young, and even in the
diet of the adult it is compara
tively economical. The only
nutrient taken from it in skim
ming is the butter fat. There is
left, therefore, in the skim milk,
not only all of the sugar, which
amounts to about parts in
every 100, and all of the miner
al substances, but also all of the
protein. The last-named sub
stance is important because.'be
sides serving as fuel for. the
body, as fats, sugars, and stanch
es do, it also .supplies nitrogen
ous tissue-building material. The
proportion of protein in skim
milk, as well as' of the mineral
constituents, which are alsoval-
(Contlnued on Pago 4)
AND FRUIT SHOWN
Goro & Rowe have on
display at their real es
tate ofilce a cucumber
that has grown already
in the bottle, and some
twin apples of curious
They liave also a stalk
of tobacco grown in West
Springfield on which tho
leaves are particularly