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TIUB SPRINGFIELD NEWS
THURSDAY, AUGUST 22, 1018
H WOMEN SHOWN IN
SUny Engagta In War Work Taki
Part In Griffith's Great Photo
With tho same cast as "THE BIRTH OF A NATION'.' and "THE HEARTS OF THE WORLD.' ,
play "The Great Love."
To Induce the' flrsUwomen of Grcn
3ntnln to do r.i Phial duties, such as
scrubbing floors., washing wlndowa
act! mopping walko, for motion pic
ture reproduction, was ono ot the
SwXs that dovolvcd upon David W.
Jrifflth whllo producing "Tho Groat
Ioto," for Artcraft. which Is tb bo
presented at tho Eugont Theatre at
Xuiene this Thursday, Friday and
Chief among these women wcro
ad Diana Manners, the most beau
MtvA woman in England, Elizabeth
Jranlth and many others, who are
called upon to perform these menial
finks In the course ot their duties
en behalf ot the War Relief, lied
Cross and other war activities
Brought into being by the great con
flict, and they assumed the attire ot
servants and performed the tasks for
Mr. Grifllth's camera exactly as it is
roe in real life.
In making "Tho Great Love" tho
irst of his now secies for Artcraft,
Mr. Griffith received tho help and en
couragement ot Queen Alexandria
od many ofthe leaders ot social ac
ISYfttes ot London. The picture re-
Teals "a beautiful love story, but its,
fcrfme purpose Is to show how warj
Ifcs leveled all ranks and awakened!
e so-called leisure classes of the
.British Empire to the needs If their
ormtry. The various roles are In
Irs hands of potable screen, players,
Kcludlng Robert Harron. Henry
"Walthall and Lillian Gish.
JOX-FAII In Eugene, Friday night,
August 16, 1918. LeRoy Fox and
Kiss Estella Fair., both ot Coburg,
Sov. A. M. Spangler officiating.
XELLY-PADDEN At the home of the
bride at Creswell, August 14, 1918,
Ferando George Kelly, of Catlow,
Oregon, and Mary N. Padden. of
Creswell, Sev. J. S. Green officiat
JEASET-BODTKEI At the Danlol
church at Junction City, August 11,
1918, Jens Peder Karl Jensen, of
California, and Johanne Kristine N.
Bodtker, of Junction City. Rev
Stephen Morgen son, officiating.
SARBER-TEMPLETON At the home
j of the offlciatlng clergyman in EU'
gene. August 14, 1918, Henry Edson
v. Barber, of Wendllng. and Ida May
Templeton, ot Marcola. Rev. D. 1.
HcBEE-KNOWLES At the home of
Henry Knowlea at Trent. August IS.
191S, Edward W. McBee and Mar
tha Ellen Knowles, both of Trent.
' Rev. Walter Bailey officiating.
COWDEX-COWDEN At the home of
the officiating minister, August 20,
' 1918, James Albert Cowden. of Seat
tie. Wash., and Mrs. Grace Cow
den, if Springfield, Rev. A, M
-BILl-OLDHAM-At the home of th
brides parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. R.
Dldham. August' 20 .1913, Raymond
E Hill, of Eugene, and Cleo Oldham
of Thurston', Rev. Stephen Peebles
SaWLES At Marcola, August 16,
IMS, to Mr. and Mrs. J. R, Sowles,
OR I? MP At Cedar Flat. August 4,
1A18. to Mr. and Mrs, F. B. Crump,
ar six. and one-half-pound daughter
Dots Much Business.
If anyone, does not believe that our
merchants do not corral a goqd share
of the business contiguous to Spring
.field, they had better take a leaf out
or this book: The Springfield Fee
Company last week received five cars
of- alfalfa hay, one car of local wheat,
two cars of feed from Portland, and
one car cement from the Oswego
plant. They sold three cars of hay
during the same period. It's the mer
chant who can make the prlco and
give the service that knocks the per
simmon off the tree these times.
TfiSi is a mild form of indigestion.
It is- usually brought on by eating too
rapidly or too much, or ot food not
suited to your digestive organs. If
xou will eat slowly, masticate your
food thoroughly, oat but little meat
and none at all for supper you will
more than likely avoid the sour
stomach without taklng'any medicine
whatever. When you have sour
stomach, take one of Chambqraln'a
D. W. GRIFFITH Presents
"THE GREAT LOVE" fe?
Gloria Hope .
It's D. W. Griffith's latest and considered by critics, who have
seen it at pre-release viewings, to be his greatest picture
D: WVGriffith'spenAjightedn months on the war fields of
r ranee securing scenes oi a magnitude Hitherto unknown in pic
tures, and another six months in California completing the
storv. 1 '
The result is a photodrama so stupendous that words are in
adequate of description, and a story as sweet as a lover's first
kiss, as intimate as a doughboy's letter to his sweetheart, as won
derful as the sunrise on the sea, as beautiful as a baby's laugh.
The actual battle scenes were taken in front line trenches,
under the auspices of the English and French governments.
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- The Cast Also Includes:
Queen Alexandria, , Tho Princess. of Monaca, Tho Oounloss of Massp.cnoi
. . Lady John Lavcry, The Countess.of Drojhda. -
Lady Diana JManncrs;.JDaurUer -of the Duko. of Rutland, known as th o
.most famous boauty in England. , , r'
Miss Hiiahqth Asquith, danghtor of tho former prjmo minister of England.
.tt$i . If. If "
THREE BIG DAYS OH "
Thursday, Friday cuHene i neaTre
Evenings, Lower Floor 50c
August 22, 23, and 24 JLU-IBeCe ympnOHV UrCfieStra Children 10c
TO OUR PATRONS : . . . '
I have viewed this picture, as I have ''Hearts of thVWorld", both are beyond any power of description, You simply m'u'st seo them, they arc
worth almost any sacrifice to-do so. A. H. MoPO r r
This picture is soon to be shown in Portland, Seattle and San FranciBco.
10 SUGAR COMMANDMENTS
New Rules on Conservation Are Made
by Food Administrator,
Tablets ,to, old clfeestion.
Here are the new ten command
ments on sugar conservation issued
by the Food Administrator as a guide
.'or sugar conservation:
1. Htlr your tea, coffee or cocoa
well. Don't leave sugar in the bottom
of y6ur cup.
2. Sweeten breakfast cereals with
honey, syrup, maple sugar, raisins
3. Substitute syrUDS or honey for
jart of the sugar In cakes. One cup
of syrup or honey will take the place
of one cup of sugar and one-fourth of
a cup' of liquid. In almost any cake
recipe one-half of the sweetening may
besyrup or honey.
4. Make your cakes without frost-
5. Use fresh, dried or preserved
fruit In place of the mado dishes that
require sugar. Dake apples or pears
for several hours until a rich syrup
forms. If more sweetening is desired
add a little syrup or , ljonoy. Cook
dried prunes without sugar In the wa
terjwhlch they have soaked untlhfj
liqutd Is almost copked away. If,
more liquid is desired add water to
the syrup. A long, slow cooking de
velops a rich flavor, making sweeten
C. Cut down the use of candy
yourself but buy it as you can afford'
it and send to the troops overseas to
supplement the regular government
rations of candy. It is rich in carbo
hydrates and furnishes a degree of
bodily heat that Is essential to the
well-being of tho soldiers.
7. Preserve as much sugar as you
can by drying It In large quantities,
8. Can fruit and fry in juices with
out sugar; This may be done by the
cold pack method. They may bo 1
made into syrups or jellies as needed, j
9. Limit tho amount of jellies or;
JUNIORS WIL ENTERTAIN
Girls and Boys of Methodist Church
Will Have Banquet.
preserves used. These should bo lim
ited to the use of invalids and chll-.
drcn. They may bo made as needed
from unsweetened canned fruits and
juices. Uso the least possible amount
of sugar or syrup in making them,
10. Uso no more than two or three
tablespoons (a day. This Includes all
sugar in cooking as well as that used
on tho table. .
Klghty-threo. dollars In V. ' 5J, 8.
this month means $100 In 1023,
, Tho Methodist church will servo a
dinner to tho boys and girls of thn
junior church Friday ovenlng, August
30th. Tho banquet will be propared
by the Jnlor Aid Socloty, assisted by
the Junior Orothdrhood. All of tho
Junlrs woh are back from their vacn
tlqns will be expocted to be there,
This Is ono of the largest . junior
churches in Oregon, having over a
hundred mombera. Suftnblo enter
tainment will bo provided for and elec
tion of officers - will tako place. Dr.
Danford will hold a junior quarterly
meeting. The Juniors havo been In
structed In regular church work dur
ing tho year,
Mr,' and Mrs. William Aboen of
Wendllng. havo announced tho engage
mont of tliolr daughter, Sylvia, to
Burton Thompson. Tho wedding will
be an evont of the latter part of tho
ICE CIIEAM SOCIAIi
Tho ladles of tho Chrstlan church
held an Ico cream social last Friday
afternoon In tho church parlors.
Havo Fine Log.
A 20-foot fir log waij cut at tho
Flschor-Boutlii mill this wook that
gavo eight neroplano cantB, witti'n
total of 1,377 feet. This Is ono of tho
host records for noroulano canta'ovhr
given from a sluglo log, and very un
usual. Thoso cants uro in groat' do
ruund now and often a mill cuts for
sovoral days without gottlng ono
cant. Some logs yiold ono cant and
ofton two, or as many as six, but tho
averago number por log cannot bo
given as theyaro not frequent. Very
many moro logs llkp that yielding
eight neroplano canto would soon kIvo
us tho Kaiser,
has a Good Opinion of Chamberlain's
"Chamberlain's Tablota are a wond
er. ,1 never sold -anything that beat
thVra," writes V.J. Tr.essoy, Richmond
Ky. When troubled with Indigestion
or constipation glvo them a trial, adv,
H Boost fpr the Sprlngflold Nows,
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