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SPRINGFIELD, LANE COUNTY, OREGON, THURSDAY, AUGUST 17, 1916.
LARGE AUDIENCE GREETS
' CANDIDATE FOR PRESIDENT
Charles E. Hughoo Delivers Ad
dress to 10,000 Poople at Ice
Palace at Portland Wod
i nesday Night
WANTS LARGER RESERVE
ARMY TO DEFEND BORDER
Delleves the Republican Party Has
Balm for All Nation's Political
Ills Including Tariff and Our
PORTLAND, Oro.. Aug. 1C Tho
1ittnn irtH ftitfknil fmtii mi1 In
end with n solid mnea of humauity
half nn hour before Mr. Hughes, Mra.
Hughes nnd their escort roachod tho
building whoro Mr. Hughes was to do-
liver another of his campaign specon-l1"
Por two hours before tho time for
him to take tho platform, tho aUd-
lonce waited for his arrival, patiently
mid quietly, breaking Into npplauso
now and then as the band played pa
I . Candidate Warmly Recleved
"When tho distinguished visitor and
Mm. Hughes with their escort entored
the hall at 8:17, tho band struck up
the national nlr nud tho nudlenco rose
to Its. foot. As ho stood on tho plat
form ho was mot wltrt a salvo of ap
plause, inhlch, breaking out In good
volume, swept over tho audience,
swelled and died and swelled again.
,11 wink -away Inside of three mln
McNury then Introduced Qov-'
mnr Wlthvcnmlio. Tho covornor. ln
jiuiiiii, ins luuuuiibiiuii nun uiu oihiu j
was -highly honored at having so dis
tinguished n guest. Thu nation need-
d a loader. 11 Lincoln .he said. It
needed leadership and he was glad to
have tho honor of Introducing tho na-
tlon's.groatest and most distinguish-
J . CM"". I
An Mr llllchn. mnn In rinnnnHft In
li. introduction .he was again met
minuu ifvrttt.n. .MntfiintA
. "But before J efc yf tM. I want
tites, and Charlos L. McNary, Itopub- """ "' "" "uK. , . Bnt,cIlV, nVitntlon fronl the ,r.'"ou Ul uusr, uuu capiuuv m u.c uiui. amount oi reCuipiS am, - "
llenn atnto ehnlnnan rose to onen tho 'QUhl to hnvo und"tt regular urmyjCoUed a 8Piai Invitation rrpm t ie peopl$ paaBeA ln ,ront of tho "eats" a corresponding -decrease in the on P street The city attorney,- S.
Iican staio cnnirman, rose 10 open ino ,-,.,,,,,,,.,,,,,-. 0ur ll1inr. preas qpmmlttco to bo present, at tho UrtA ,,,,, Vl, . tnt, P. Ness, was reouested. to brine actloa
meet ng. sir. MCNary sam in opening , tiU,unn with' tho intiV -wiiii-nrllK " 5 K . x z . ."r'",-",""-',.v' , - -
... tui. ...... .n. i .n..i ...,.,ii word not In danger: -There W(fk.ju""?-: With tho letter vas a r uf ,wUh t$0-vjands Ulat had oeen prepar recelnts forvthts year are $410;058: asatoat the Booth-Kelly company, to
J: n act endeVed Mr. Hughes duri -m-wmnr affecting" gener- - w " ed for them. -
i,?, ,1,; ,.v Tii n ih.r.1 un,,ld i. MB. 1,10 States. It as a jnat- ? y!m " . When the sun
, . nr ,.t .,o n,u. i of Mice duty on that border." . uMnBu. urn - r - hind the Hills and
i . - , . - i ' iJie- umciai froaram- .i , : . ,
Wllhvcomha Introduce. Sneaker . . ' ' ,r .... ...1.. ' to creeP around, a
The fofloW U Mr, Hughe, speech fl Ws atry that W to "e .n be" S gXJwn iffiSfSrT
In part: hayo her wit.cfa return It 1 haf been c-ivea. " . ' !y v " f .. ' ? -1!
m -you pust not ..pposo we; are tn'torfM tf V Tmarriage ot "Mis, W. Bay-! SSjL
W x-towfUnWto&TritV mi i lit oaV l8BU4.of Iha.i ,rf.-Tayl- Ai,.v.,.tA chlevtoent ot the cater-
nuts iiiiiitiiu v vl'vmi.wvwi MfuinuRV! miuu iu it j u. nuiu tu 111 luu auriUE 1
ex tH8.Burope.tr iwar'enda.1. We ara to New, pfify , " -N"5w,. tfie 'tody ,'lWij!her ai n o & ' r dcWbf w iivMAn. fiS'l ntt?nt ,1,e. P??9;6?
on. -otr tmot,dllcult . period wit a?l& oL sked C' ! ' -f
in our, history because of.tie .evetyk$id" 1 m"lcfl ln wfli.
a the compstltlon whltn wre
nM ..f, . ' j - ia,wi iwiaciuinE. una
j. conctfrns which should engage' our "t-,
nlgnt'to the alr"of 6uV" natlbnal' a"
tKcai'. We'faVor ,hiar"U b'df Wo' a?e'!
Inspired with patriotism.
,;'D1 y?u ?rTthM. meanaT
It. jloea nol mean mora' Wealth of r.
It aloes' not m'odn htoftf Wealth, 6 re-
iourcea. h does' not nean jnerply an tlVe high school building yesterday
admlrablo conatltutlotial system: It morning. It will bo remembered that
dieana fundamental and human bro- the building was condemned as un
thcrliood organized for tho purpose of Baf0 by the state factory Inspoctor
botterlng human llfo. If wo. aro to. th4 last wddk of tho past term of
consorvo; our' prosperity on'd assure school and tho building was closed,
our future we must" take account of , Now noorlng will bo laid on the
tho fundamental necessities of our,owor of ihQ oa8l w,ng and ,0
W pr"088' ,,,,, nmko tho building safo nnd substan-
(-- Wo cannot bo Indeflnlte to oqr Bit- ta, rodB w bo ,acod thn h tho
nation I refer to what I said a the .
beginning, Europe Is nnd ng Use roof w,n bo ,)racod $
and Amor ca must find Itself. If . . . , . v .
Anierlca ;la td prbporly protect her'
enterprises and make a grcator sue-
bss'posslblo In industry and In tho
vanou activities, sue musi navo iuuii-
.11.. I.nfl1 MnnllArl 1 1. A Dnrtllli. '
fully nnd honestly applied, the rtopub-!
. tAlAl..i A'm I
licnn doctrlno of a pr6ct'ectlv6 tariff.
,"Vo have had In tho past debates
ojer that quostlon In times when It
wus (lllllclt to furnish any Immodl
nto and concluslvo answer to tho
(jtiostton propounded, so much was
eloquently said upon tho other sldo
but wo llvo In a tlmo which pormlts
o little or no contrpvorsy with ro
gard to that question.
'1 Oppoents Are Learning
"Wo know and our opponents ore
' lenrnlng. Thoy como Into powor with
tIa extraordinary declaration It) thojr
platform. It will bo a monument tp.
tjoin as long ns tho party endures.
This In what tho party said four years
"Wo doclnro It to bo a fundamental
principle) of tho Democratic party that
tlio federal govornmunt undor tbu con
stltutlon has no right or powor to lm
pono or collect tariff dutlon except for
tho purposo of rovunuo.'
"If that had been the constitution of
the United Btatos, what kind of a
country would wo have today? It Is
bocaUHO that was not tho constitution
of tho United States Hint wo have our
manifold Industries and our groat ftii
volopmont. It Is bucauso that Is not
tho constitution of the United States
that wn can face tho economic Rtrug
glo of the future with n rwiKoimbb
confidence, provided that tho party Is
init In powor which espouses that doc
trine. Advices Strong Preparation
"When you nro being military, 1 bo
,,ovo ,,0,nB 'Military. When you aro
lo r"r "yaiem oi
defonBo, I bollovo In going nt it In a
"trnlghlforwnrd way; not for parties
expediency or for tho purpose of
votes, but for the purpose of ascor-
,n,nl"K ln a miBslnosslIko manner tho
" 'uu l'ro,C88 10 "nvo n Vl0'
We had soon after a demonstration
of our actual condition. I will not at
this moment stop to recite tho causos
of It. It was thoro. Wo had only
avallablo regular troops."" ""' t popular event and some of the girls
oso of necessary polico I pl . .you,r Ba f'v "vcryc;; (tried ihelr hands nnd sometimes their
r tnUnittt Ia nllnnil tllii fnie Tin V rnll.l - 4 .
for llift niirnftdft .f nn.-Aanoi-v nrtllA
duty; that Is, after subtracting those
who wore In our Insular possessions
and (Iiobo who woro necessarily en
gaged In connection with tho varied
work of tho army at othor places.
We Need a Much Larger Army
"Wo only had about 40,000 that wo
could secure fpr tho prevention of
linmllt InntirrnrllnnK In nnr tnrrltnrf .
n r,. ...
. a, ,n
News Eirlno Results
A lady was walking home the other
ovenhic nnd lost hnr wntnh Hor
timepiece was a very valuable Elgin
which sho prized highly. She started
a search Immediately after the dts-
cover of her loss, but the-.watch was
nnl n l.n fnnnrl A Ihmmhi
' i i rUT trTru 11? ncT n rn i iiu u iuliiui in i mil lur liiu Liirtu
came o tl,...ady. She made up hertra S.". counTy Z Z mm 'rSTS
u i iit 'Sz I . . . ; ..uimm was wedged in oetween tne
d of , VrJ.vW 'aTtfKfSf' .the
REPAIRS ARlE' BEING MADE
New Fleer and Braeea to Be Put In
11,01 tiiuwi auiiuing
Workmen, under the direction of
n.. ai.i,n .1 i, .
Harrv Shahan. bnenn thK mnnlrlni- nf
Room la Fitted Up for Barber
Workmen are omraeod ln flttlnc un
(i, room noxt door t0 Mi M poory'
druB Btoro to bo occupod by u,o Omar
" " W
cigar storo and pool hall, nnd by
Clark Whoaton, tho bnrber. Tho ci
gar store will have an open front of
19 feet and tho harbor shop will occu
py tho balanco of tho front. Tho
room will bo ready for occupancy tho
last of tho month. Tad Lucky Is tho
now owner of tho Omnr,
Springfield Couple Weds
Wlllard W. Holt qnd Miss Rosa
Mario Wells, both of Springfield, wero
married by Judge J. a. WoIIb nt his
olllco nt Eugene Tuesday,
Elmer Poo nud A. Mtddleton loft
the flrat of tho week for a hunting
trip In the mountnlnp.
TRADES MOHAWK RANCH
Springfield Man Will Go Into Stock
E. L. Roberta traded his 290-acro
dairy ranch on tho Ketchlng Inlet near
Mnrshfleld a few days ago to J. D.
Gordon, n banker of Newborn, for tho
Swarls ranch consisting of 318 acres,
Swnrts place formerly belonged to a.
Mr. Roberts ban been living onai
ranch naor Springfield for about a
nr' "Perlmontlng and learning thoj
' tV""""0, "KO ?u l" "u """'
" w tak clrgo of hls new prop-
mt I m m nl li (nl n n 1 n ri trn In I It A
siock raising uusinoss.
Cash and mortgages amounting to
18000 was tho consideration entering
Into thu sale.
MAYOR AND PEOPLE
OF THIS CITY ASKED
TO ATTEND JUBILEE,
! Elaborate Program Is Prepared By
Citizens of Marshfield for Rail
The following Invitation, as an of -
flclal communication from the com
mittees representing North Bend and
Marshnold, was received by mayor E.
E. Morrison of Springfield.
In behalf of tho peoplo' of Coos
county, the committeo in charge has
vt uu v"' " ,v'
'"vltatlon to attend the Coos Bay rail -
road,,ub,lo' ,AuBU8 ff' 2f 1,9Id;
ino occub.uu ui ui juu CU , iu
celebrate the coming of the nrat
tlirniit.fi train nt'nr Mm fTnnR Hnv llnft.
and at this time the various commit-
tees o . Coos county propose to unite
. Klvlng. a """'"no.M" reception for
lno POOpiO Ol 1110 BiaiO OI uregpn.
(lavs oi tlio coos uav uaiiroau Juuiioe.
i ,. ' ,. :
.. v " . . . . .
The first day will bo devoted to
X-.l. A O'.ln h ...Ill
bo ft pand concort.' ThIs wlli ,bo for-
,iui i uuiiu. . i rf.uu u. ill. itivtv n,ii
, , ,.. .1.-
whloh wn,Cnter tain the people until
, 10-30 a m when tho Journal and
which will entertain the people until
from PorUand wl arrlvo.
I .. .. . .
nri lltA it a I it I n t nnM If arllAtni Hmmn
headed byhe-EugcXe-drtto corps. Will',
lead the parade, wffich wllf be In four",
At 8 p, m, exercises will be held .a(
Simpson park." At .9 p.m:.thM win
be in bpenr air dance on Sherman aV -
The second day, Friday, August 25,Jshadowa of the night to remember.
wl be ddvoted to visits to different
points ot Interest in the county. The
Coqullle valley will claim many of tho
visitors, but there are many places
where tho visitors may go. The fol- mltteo of last Tuesday night, want to
lowing is a list ot tho points where ' express our sincore appreciation for
special entertainment will bo provld: the willingness and the good" sports
ed: Bandon, Powers, Myrtlo Point, i manshlp of tho members of the local
Coqullle, South Coosr;ver, North Coos band who laid aside other more lm
rlvor, Lakeside, Charleston bay, Mus- portunt duties and pleasures to como
sod, reefs and Sunsot.bay. j to Emerald. Heights nnd make the ev-
The last day of tno Jubilee. Satur- on,,,B onJyable.
day. August26, will be Marahfiold day, I P1CN.IC COM.MJTTEE.
At 10:30 dW( tKerV wlll.be hn Baby Die. Ater. Short Illness
Industrial parade, which will represent , The floatn df Be, nn) montn
tho;dlfferent industries of he country.. old daugUter of Vir. and' Mrs. E. A.
In tho afternoon thoro w 11 be a box-, ., -..,, Tl;nB,, -J mnmlnB nt.
,lng contest, shingle weaving and log
"fK con,C8l81 4unu T i ral was held from tho home of the
eluding many interesting feats in the , Rt tQn 0vp,ock mornlng
waters of tho bay. a large number of friends attended
At tho , a rground8 race track horso,tho funQra, nnd ,nternient was mado
automobile races at 5 p, m.
At night th'ero will bo band concerts
Jubjleo parade, open nlr dancing at
several places about tho city nnd tho
awarding ot prizes. An Illuminated
launch parade on tho bay will wind
up tho evening entertainment
A special train to 'carry Lnno coun
ty visitors' to tho Jubjioo'wlll be run
from Kugono loavlng Thursday morn
ing, August '24.
Mrs. O. Holverson Js indisposed with
thu lagrlppo this wook. I
CITY BAND MAKES
MUSIC H YOUNG
! Play Selections While Picnickers
Enjoy Delicious Viands of
MORE THAN 100
Athletics Take Up Afternoon at Em-
erald Heights and Games and
Program at Night
The band was thoro and It played
good music too, and 100 young people ,
were torc and all of them that went!
to have a good time had it Tuesday ,
afternoon and evening at Emerald
Heigh. Nobody that passed that
long table which was piled high with
, good tilings to eat went away hungry.
'Tho "eats" committee expected that
, itinut nt thnRO whn rnmi wnnlil tirlnir
',argo ttppalUeB 80 tll6y prepared ov.
erythlng on that plan. !
A few came during the afternoon,
and a few of thom tQok advantage of
tho athletic events that had been pro -
v,ded fey th(j conim)tteo on athictcs.
Vnltnv hull' Konmpfl In lin tlin mnnMrnnntv fhla vap ftinn Inn, arnnrAlncr
, trtf,il It
J fl8U- Uje game more bashfu,
ones stuck to the swings and sat in
th(J nnd Iaughed at he othcrs.
Tno ,rH of Bport8mansh,p BCcmed
1 . . .
tc bo lacking among the crowd as
,h m not cntcr ,nto thQ cyentB
Tn thal dldjaJ tne mmi fun
tho gprlngfleld band was
an,u tnrih molmllmiq BfrnlnR. thn
had hid iUelf be-
the shadows began
large oak tree was
sot alilazmg and -the remainder of the
. . . . . .. .
evening s iun was nau near me glow -
ling embers. Truman Chase was tho
Rnnk. mfl n hn, ihn nl(,n,rkfir!tln0a.,o,. VDnr tf wnB iro.222.68.
-. . . i . A , . i i
T h S , 7 a
f0,"e lh.er entertainers vho did their
, . x?,cctant oncs ln"
. fn th? Surf Ww"
, l' 5.f " 2d Ihdal of wM
OCOlt delivered the address Of Wek
ljWred ftn'otgcr 8eleqtiba::even
wlid nd furious than the ore'.'
The company played at many ot the
' . old fashioned ' ni'oonWchf i?kmfn end'
jthen, by twos and "sometimes by
threes they nuletly stole into the aray
JlS w 'orwt
, Bna 10 lorgei,
We Thank the Band
Wo, the members ot the picnic com-
tor nR UnMB slncQ 8und ThKun
is bookkopor at the Fisher-Boutin saw"
Foot Hurt at Booth-Kelly Mill .
' Wllllani Machen had his foot sev
erely cut Tuosday jnornltjg -In tno
trimming' department "at1 The? Booth
Kelly saw nftll and wits taken, to tno
Kugono hospital for 'treatment, His
foot sllppod undor tho 'g'dard'of tho
trlmmor and The' sa 'cut''tilp flesh
from hia great too and also cut the
loader which probably leave1 tho toe
NESMTH IS NOMINATED
Military Man Becomes Democratic
Candidate for Legislature
Lion W, Kcsmlth, well known In
Springfield, who is now with company
M, Third Oregon Infantry at Palm
City, California, writes to the execu-
tiro committee of the Lano County
; Democratic Central Committee that he
' w" the nomination for th
.legislature, and wljl file his accept
an co With the secretary of state.
It was a Question on account of Mr.
Nosmlth's military connections at this
J time whether he could accept the nom
SERVED 'nation. The matter was taken up
with the authorities and they report
j that there is nothing Inconsistent with
his services in tho army to being a
candidate for the legislature.
It Is stated that a man serving in
a military capacity may receive a
furlough during tho sessions of the
eglslature If he be elected to that of-
UtL-KLAbL lb SHOWN
IN RECEIPTS AND
INCREASE IN PUPILS
Anpual School Report Is Issued;
More Teachers, Fewer Child
, ren Are Registered
1 There are 37 more teachers and S23
less children of school age in Lane
to the annual report given out by the
county school superintendent The
total number of children this year is
11,721, and of teachers Is 445. .Last
year there were 12,044 children of'
school . age ln the county and 408
' .aa G0.80..ah
teacher's salary in 1015
ahd for 191G it is $57, an
average decrease of $3.80 In a yeaV,
Thin VMrt rnnrt Rhnwa n ..toVrpnKn
for 1915 they were $479,058. Of this reDuuu me Dnage over meir wasie
amount $156,916.50. this year came : way on Mill street
from' the district tax. $92,41,Sli from ' The "Hughes Itepublican Club" ask
th'e county school fund, 421,574.14 el permission of the city fathers to
from the' state-school-fumi, $574.45 string a banner across Main street!
I . . ... . - .. ' .i.x.;..o
, from tuition- ana irom me i,..of.
1 The-cash on hand this year is $52 -
, , v v
The superintendent .traveled 1200
milqs in the-performance of hia duties phono from the home of Ed. Soleim
One annual teachers' institute was ' to, that of Leonard "Lepley. Mi? Lep
held and there w-ere six local ihstitu- ley has taken Mr. Solelm's plice as .
tes during the . year beside the : rally ' night w-atchmao for Springfield. .
held (n Eugene In May. j Th'o 9'ouncll thaa a communicatlpa.
The tax lory this year was 4.1 mills, from .mayor. 'E., E,. Morrison, asking'
and last year It -was 3.8, mills. - j that .feigns e placed in the center, jot
. 1 - r. . .
The Thurstbn Threashlng compaar tf-Wjlft- s -will
fefii- IhMr 'flgfintf tkreashlh SYlff iHI'krV X
UAif aeiV'MbaAaVtHey dl-rfaW-MleirSSlles
thrashing tnht ek oJiWt Wff'J Lw! SS
amW'. -WS) Ifeddkd blsW fame f Vrt hU? ST uEl
7-Lv-Ai tSelr'-niicalne-. Mr! iMSl 11$?:
says Uuf cropB1 kri"H good!
. ..i.uI'Ki i.I.uli'. -
wheat yielding-' 3"2 .bushels to tne
PLV " T, . ,
The t.huVstori eontpany haye
I. Case threading ontfit and require
aooul id men 10 m;cjj 11 tu.uk.
carry their own cook wagon ana tne
men are always on the ground ready
A City Being "Jacked Up"
Astoria, Ore!. Aug; 14, (Special)
Throughout the entire business 'dls
trlct of Astoria big buildings are being
raised to conform with the new grades'
being established under the city re
clamation program, which provides for
the elimination of all tide flats hither
to ln evidence. Tho initial stages ot
this work have been accomplished by
pumping sand from the Columbia Riv
er, at a cost of nearly $500,000.00. The
second stago Is now in progress, which
when completed, will comprehend tho
hard-surfacing of all streets through
out the business district, with a via
duct system covering approximately
fifty blocks on all main and intersect
ing streets. The cost of these latter
Improvements will bo in excess of
Merchant Has Monster Knife
Have' you over seen a Jack-knife
five feet long that wbrks? Local
merchant J. C. Holbrook has on dis
play in ono of his show windows a
"Keen Cutter" advertising knife mado
of wood, abput five feet long and
six or elgh.t Inches thick, with four
hlndftH that onen. and shut by elec
tricity. It Is attracting a great deal
ot attention Irom pasuors by,
CM MIL K 10
OF TIN'S UMIfS
Two Charter Amendmrts Ar
Adopted Monday Nifht j
To Be Voted On
BUY BASE HORN FOR BAND
Bids Are Opened and Contracts Let
, . - j . . m- '
For Building Two Blocks of
Two chnrter amendments apd a con
tract for the macadamizing two blocks
in Springfield wcro some to the bus
iness matters that the city council at
tended to at their regular meeting oa
Monday night. An amendment warf
introduced to change the present
boundary of the town of Springfield.
and cut out about 80 acres from the
extreme northeast corner of the towtt
limits. Another amendment was a
dopted providing for the reassessment
for sewer-- and street construction
work. Both of these proposed amend
ments will be voted on at the city
election ln the fall. About $4000 of
. taxable DTODertT will be taken OUt Ot
! 'n iow limits It the first araend-
' nient is accepted by the people.
I . . . . . -m
The contract was let for the con
struction If two blocks of macadam
ized street on south Second street
to L. E. Parsons of Springfield. The
contract price for the work is to be
$383.54. A Eugene firm was the only
other bidder for the work. ,
The recorder was Instructed to no-
tlfv the OreKOn Power COmDany to 'CUt
n..v.iiit,. n.nnooa tki.
; ; ut
. was granted.
The Pacific Telephone company is
to be asked to change the city tele-
ui;. xsawaros aaiarr.
N. B. BaIerr labor:
4 W, J, Gravegj -laker.
v. uay. laoor,
Bert Rose. Ja,bor.
j Edwards, labor,
. d?p-artmont( Bervlce8i
Ness( attorney fees,
A. A. Valllcr, flushing streets,
M. C. Bressler Si son, supplies, 2,48.
H. E. Walker, supplies, 2.2$;
Albert Perfect, base horn
... .,-.....for band, . 36.05
H. P. Parsons, engineer, 5.6
H,. E., Parsons, asstv engineer, 6,00
Oregon Power Co., light-water, 25981,'
L. E. Parsons, engineer, 18.7S
Nn "W- Gay, drayago. l.Ofr.
Hayden & Metcalf, supplies, LjBv
G. W, Carson, repairs, t 8.09
Tho council will meet Monday, Atigr
ust 28, in a special session.
Resolved, that the common council
of the Town of ; Springfield, Oregon,
does hereby propose an amendment
to tho Charter ot the Town of Spring
field, amending section 2 ot said char
ter, and changing the' boundaries of
the said town.
The proposed amendment being aa
To amend the charter of the Towa
of Springfield, bolng an act 'entitled'
'An .act'to incorporate tho Town of
Springfield and to- repeal' all bets a
mandatory thereof," filea in the -office
or the Secretary of State, Feb-'
ruary 10, .1913, and which act 'wan
amended Uy tho peoplo at an election
held with the said Town and to tho:
ert ftorr nn8xad to said town on the