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SPRINGFIELD, LANE COUNTY, OREGON. THURSDAY, DEC. 5, 1918
VOL. XVII. NO. 44
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"NIGHT 0' LAUGHS"
Rehearsals Bringing Out Fine
Points of Harry tnnis'
Choruses well drilled
Remarkably Good Work la Achieved
Under Contelentloue Effort or
Director and Enthuilaim
Rodonbniigh will prosldo at tho piano,
It will liu a long tlmo nofora nnothor
. orformanco tu good nil n "Night o'
Laugha" promises to bo, will bo
pilled off In Springfield, no you had
bottar not mlKH it.
CAMPAIGN OF RED CROSS
To Be Held the Week Before Xmas
Everyone1! Duty to Join.
Every adult citizen in Oregon la to
bo naked to Join tho Itcd Cross or to
renew hla memborahlp during tho
Chrlattnaa roll call, which will bo held
EI OF GUI
Municipality Must Make Good
$2,000 Interest on Street
At tho regular meeting of tho Coun
cil held Monday ovonlng, tho routine
tho wcok beforo Chrlatinaa, December bunineaa of that body wbb deferred to
Memborahlp In tho Hod Crosa coats
fl a year.
There will bo no receipts given this
yoar, tho proof of membership bolng
glvo tlmo for tho discussion and roc-
ommondatlon of tho budget for tho
city's expenses for tho ensuing year.
A comparison of tho budget of 1918
with that of the estimates for 1919,
Wo claim whon any utaso prwluc
Itnn ia n tarnation funny that tnoi
1.1. onmnnllml In laueh dUr
Jng tho rohoaraola to kcop from bust-
!lng, Umt It Is some production, well,
jlhat Is what Is happening na tho per
Iformanco of tho "Night o' Laugha"
has reached Umt Bingo where tho
laltuntlona nrd bolng hooked up Into
logical aoquoncc, tho rough places
llronod out, and tho catchy musical
numbors whipped Into artful presen
tation, II would bo Jiard to say which of
Iho two pnrta of thu "Night o'
(Laugha" la tho most ontortainlng. Tho
flret part composed of cabaret mln
atroly la delightful and abounds In
nifty musical numbors, Jokes and
ntunts. Tho aocond part In which In
A presented tho uproarious musical
'comedy, "Tho Islo of Spice," In
Itablold form, la clover from atari to
Uintah. In thla affair tho editor of
Itho Nowa wad Inveigled Into playing
Jtho "King of Nlcobur." upon tho aa
Wanco of Mr. Knnla that It wna
"cnay." After loanilng tho dialogue,
vo od'.tor wna Informed that his cob
lumo consisted of rod tights, a dia
phanous skirt and other villainous
lattlro. Thla wna taking a rather un-
tlurhandod advantage of a naturally
modest man, whoso ahapo la nothing
to brag about, but tho odltor Is a dead
gnmo aport, and ho shall positively
appear beforo tho public on Uio adver
tised dates nttlred' In all hla kingly
.dignity and tho peok-n-boo aklrt and
S'un chancos on being "pinched" by,
Irothor DonnldBon. Anybody who
'gotB oyo-atraln gazing at this loan
relic of a misspent life can demand
itholr money hack at tho box otllco and
I10t got It.
i Johnnlo Kotola, tho cannibal chief,
i will bo another star porformor. Hla
costumo will consist principally of n
bunch of foathorH and a grin. Tno
nttlro. !b a llttlo unusual, hut in sur
prisingly bocomlng to hla pocullar
Btylo of masculine beauty. It la pre
dicted that many will go tho second
night Just to aoo tho chief ngulu.
Tho less said nbout Harry Ennla na
Mlckoy Dooloy tho moro thoro will bo
left to anticipate
Doc. Richmond, lltto.
And as for tho ladles woll,' If wo
told all tho truth about their ror-
I formnncos now, thoro would bo a riot
; pulled o'ff In this town.
I Tho "Ialo of Splco" proudly hor
' olds tho following:
Cast of Characters.
Bompopka C9th king of tho Islo
, . Hobt. A. nrodlo
LlouL Kntchall A hero liort Loo
Kashon An unfortunato Court
Tre'aBuror Dr. J. E. Richmond
Mickey' Dooloy-r-A dosortor
: Harry Ennla
Moo Moo Yoo Yoo A cannibal
chief John Kotola
Torcsn Tho king's" ward
. Madollno Logan
Klmorta WIiobo lease ' la, almost
expired .Mrs. J. H.' Richmond
Trinket In lonruo with Kaalion j
Loo Chuo Tho chief's wlfo,. (
-r ' ' I
Asbena Tho quoon to bo I
,Mrs, Hnrry Brumtnott
za Wliosu dream la of tho atago" i
., ...Mrs. Norwood Cox
tho slifnlne of tho Rod Cross and allow in a few Items a revision upward,
tho wearing of tho 1919 button, tho only pno to Incite especial com
nod Cross leaders w ah ovory wear-. raent bolng tno Item or iz.uuu lor in
torcst on street improvement .onus.
I or of a Red Cross 1019 button to oak
'.ovory non-wearer: "Whoro'a your
Joe Bryan and Springfield Gar-
ago Are Victims ot Bogus
auccqsr.ee, since he' startled tho coun
try nearly a quarter ccnlSry ngo with
his magnificent offerings of grand
opera in English, is o guarantee al
waya of superior quality. "Have a
Hear.," ogiow with, 'nielody and
humor, and radiant with Joyoua novel
ties, was one of tbo musical comedy
hits of last wlntor. It la tho product
of Ouy Holloa, I'. O. Wodehouso, and
that adept composer of wonderfully
alluring dance music, Jerome Kern,
a trio identified with tho most suc-
coaaful musical plays of tho- period.
About tb crudest bad-check-passlng Tho droll story involves tho elope-
stunt over pulled off In uprlngneia ment of a young couple for a second
started hero last Friday and continued honoymoon, upon tho very eve of their
until Monday, and the offender has es- divorce. Col. Savage promises a real
caped to someWhere to revel In his beauty chorus of singing worth, and
meagre polla. hla own orchestra. This is tho only
Upon Friday , a man presented a company playing thla musical comedy
check for $S at tho Springfield Garago, delight.
signed by E. B. Owen, and made pay-
ablo to Dim Danlco. There was Juet LID LIFTED BY UNCLE SAM
tho crudest attempt to dlsgul8o the
Failure of property owners to pay tho
Interest upon atroet assessments
shifts tho responsibility ot tho pay
ment of interest on Uieso bonds to tho
city, and 2,000 Is a conservative cs
tlmato to make good tho deficiency.
Thoro nro over 248,000 Red Cross
members In Oregon. Evoryono, it Is
oxpocted, will ronow membership,
while it ia hoped to ndd 100,000 now
Hut there will ho no quoUiB Issued.
Tim aim Is to unroll every nduIL That
means that tho aim In viow for every Recorder and Trcns
city nnd town Is at. least one out of ( urer ..
ovory throe men, women nnd chlldron Attornoy
'.n tho community. I Light .
Wllluir E. fVimnn Iw Rfntn chalrmnn Wnter . ..
for Oregon for tho Rod Cross call, and Street Imp 1.600
Iiormon K. William, siato manager, uurary -
Mlas Ootta Wassermnn bolng oxocu- Interest 6,000
tlvo secretary. Portland la Introduc- General - 1.000
Ing a novelty In tho campaign by hav-1 '
Ing nn exclusive nil-woman organl- Total . $14,230 $17,000
zntlcn from tho lcadora down to tho Tho routlno business of tho Council
last worker. 1 will bo transacted at a meeting called
IlccauHo of tho camralgn thoro will
ho no public salo ot Christmas seals
thla year., lnatoad, every Rod Crpsa
member will bo given 10 of tho'aoala,
while 2.600,000 will bo glven-'by tho
American Red Cross for tho 1919 tu-
biirculoals work ot tho National Tu
borculosla Association, this being
about tho total of tho sale or Christ
mas seals last year. This money will
ho spent towards tho eradication of
President Wilson has sounded tho (
koynoto ot tho campaign
kMj.jHni. 4lin AfiftnrflAm Ant linOTl
imuuny.uib) ..v -
tho bacK being ,ino aamo general ior
matloi as tho face of the check, and
every manifestation of illiteracy was
in evldenco. The chock was undated,
Restrictions On Sugar Now
Sweet Tooth to Be Satisfied.
CITY IN TOILS OF
"FLU" 1 GE MORE
Epidemic Breaks Out Afresh -and
Cases .Show Decided
QUARANTINE MOST IKELY,
City OfflclalajTaWe No Drastic Actio
Pendlna-'Developments of Next
Few Days Regarding the
Spanish Influenza. .
After three weeks' freedom frota
the menacing grip of Spanish infla
enza, the dread disease has agate
fastened lta tentacles upon Springflelt
with as firm a hold as before. Many
that they may now buy all the sugar; new cases have been .reported, b
in eviaeoco. ine chock was uuuuieu, tney Want, , said F, M. WllKins, no oeams so n.vun.c.
but this omission was not In itself siif- county f00d administrator, yesterday, I The city ofilclals, rending the de
ficient to excite suspicion, as many ..for the jId iB off antj everybody ia ' velopments of tbo next few days, have
good checks have been passed un- freo t0 purchase as much as they did ' not decided the manner in which th
,ino,i I kn Ifiltnatlon will be "handled.
On Monday the, aamo Individual pre- AJ1 rood restrictions are lifted, says
aontfw! n rliprk'for S10 at Joe Bryan's t wtiiino ianl In tno ronM nf nil
960 , cigar store and got the mazuma. This eating houses where those on bread,
lorgery, nowuvur, , wo iivijjiaiv. , nutter ana cneese musi sun oe on
beforo tho oycB of the elderly clerk In serVel. Only two ounces of bread
, l. tUn man nrniltlrlncf n hlnntc I i v. i . ... -. -.1 nA.
for Monday, December 9, after which
a postponed mooting of tho School
Board will bo hold.
the atore, tho man producing a blank j3n(1 ono half ounce of cheese to a per-
check and making It payable to.Joo,son at ei
situation will be "handled.
There Is a distinct aversion pre
vailing to again lndlscrlmlnatelr
slamming down the lid upon anything
and everything without first resortlnr
to other measures to hold In checfc
the ravages of the epidemic.
With experience In handling the
disease, comes more rational meaaa
oaaK mail la TIOMY1 loo IKTo
Dryan and .forging the signature of Mr svilklns has Just finished send-'
Bud Klntzley, a sawmill man 01 jng ctte
Lowell, the culprit representing hlm-iLl!,n0 cou
onir no Afr kiAiiIav. He then (let m r
ou.fc - - !UII Ul ,uui iiuuimj " " " o " J " -
.. .. I . a . I Jlniutafu na Itin mftSP
month to each person, when the order , omer uecuuu uuDC
came to allow everybody as much sensime way 01 BUDjugauuB wuu.
jo.i.r. in nr enmtmmnc lu. unu uio
lUllUlt) lu luc iGlail ui.in,iu . . -
on nin niiAntinn tn thA oninlon points to the quarantinins
t ma!hni1 PmniflVI'll BO UlltTLl. CiJ u.
camped 'for parts unknown.
A Tnhn rtnn w.lrrant ha.1 been is
- - - V " " MSilUV W 4.UW .v.jww w j -
iiv niHiHnt Atinrnnv Hay. and ..., wiibino nnn Contrary to popular beiler, it na
Sheriff Elklns Is now hot on the trail.. asks the dealers to disregard this leU ' definitely been determined that tn
- r. nR lho old order is not binding. I disease Is communicated to others br
RAY HYLAND PASSES AWAY j
convalescent patients more than by
any" other means. That is, the daa-
Tho local order of tho Loyal Legion !
Ilooib-Kolly and Ftscher-Doutln tnllli.
liuuu iliu l
wltn hlB 1 ,loltl a meeting nnd selectod ono man
-i ...mrnnn vnu to tho conirndoslilD" ! from each mill to represent tno jocai
message iuult nt I'orllan(1 Fr'lny December C.
ti, An,n,iP iPn in , icln ' 1918- Tho FIschor-BouUn mill called
t W...-W. a j uny uium mcuua. -- -,
nci PPATPc- np I ILL Well Known Metropolitan Agent Sue- The Royal Neighbors of Woodcraft , ger of infection Is nearly as gret
ur u' i u. cn-ni.'h.ifliniarj leloctod the following officers at a trnm lhnse wn'o have recovered from
Sent to Portland to Attend Meeting' . tcostlng held on November 27, 1918: J.M Y(8lble race of. It and fpel.weE
to Be Held December 0. i Ray -P. Ilyland, iBtrlct ngen of the "'ns't guardlan neighbqr, Sarah Nelson; 1 enough to go out and mingle wltk
I Metropolitan Life Insurance Com- sunruian e:Buor, Dnm.o ""'.othors, as u was in ua -
1 order of Uio Loyal Legion ! panyi and we!l-l;nown !n Springfield, ah; adviser, Edith Larimer; clerk, J stageB wben sneezing In public wax
s and Lumbermen, which ai(sA at n8 home In Eugene Monday Nina McPherson; banker, Emily Dori- reganjed as the only way the genna
of tho employees of tho morning after a week's illness from ty; musician, Hattio Casteel; captain
-. t- . . . i ill. i - . . ,t l ,IA minrla Tnll o Paliininn- ntlpnrl. n. ii , ,.nfn r. . fi ntlv'tx
I a meeting Saturday evening and John
S. Lorah was
rnoumonia. following influenza. of the guaros, uena t-eierson; auenu- The idea of enforcing me cuy a oi-
Ho was aged 35 years aaa had been ant. Wllma Smitson; Inner sentinel, i dinance governing the Isolation or
a resident of this county for 15 years j-'llce Thompson; outer sentinel. Mary ( quarantining of infectious or coa
or more. Ho was born in Casey, ' Roberts; managers, Mary Muglll, Lily tagious diseases presents Itseir, ther-
T., 1 1 ( 1 1 I r. . . . 1 .nAn,tnn VTfJB
Iowa, where his mothernow reaiaea jivizer. iu;jiuic uumu
He had been engaged in tno we in
I fore, as an effective prevention an
1 . . i 4n lonsl- hnrcv.
nay oveninK auu jouu jo had neen engagea in me uio in- . . 'one caiuuiaiu m nuin.
elected as delegate. , surance business for several years. ' Children Must Keep un tne weew. , ahlp upon the greatest number.
mn montinir ' , 1 n m.r.hnnt t ' The city councnmen met. ai me cuy
RESIDENT OF COBURG DIES
Succumbs to Paralytic Stroke at the
Home of Her Daughter.
Mra. Martha L. Count of Coburg
rigidly enforced. The curfew bell will
The Dootlr-Kolly men holu a meoung but was formorly a
lp"tdp.v ovenlng, at which time r owell. tills county.
Dan W. Crltea waB chosen to repre-l He leaves, besides his wife, a step
" i horn. (daughter, three brothers, George Hy-
Tho purpose of this meeting In Port-, tnnn( Emest Hylnnd, of Vancouver,
I .1 I .1 1 . , T A1.nl ... . M 1 1 n.m.
... . . ... ' . ,.,t.. 'rlnc at 7 o'clock Instead of 9. This
jura. Marma u. uouui oi uouur uewio wm uo muu ", ius, ur-"., ai io cuuoub, khuu. , - , , .... h
passed away at tho homo of hor It was established nt tho beginning ; and Ernest Hyland of Eugene. rullK des ol "ppl y co
ylaughter. Mrs. Frank Sldwoll. nt for the duration of tho war. The Tho funeral was held at the Gordon "ro," " T "ZT,,Zll thB
. .. . . . . ... . , .,. , , .i . i. , .i... . 'business. But If a child under tne
Thursday morning, December 5, aged most to n man ".a favor or continuing n0v. A. M. Spanglor hid charge or tno
.. . il m ...til I. .l.lAn.na frnll nil I . . 1 1 -1 .1 .1.. n-ll.a
. lucru win uu u-i'Jt."0 " oervicBH ut mo uiuipm uuu tuu ino
over tho Pacific Northwest at tho at tho grave.
mooting to behold Friday, nnd It Is o
-acted that all views of the
The city councilmen met. at the city i . thfl nrovlslona of th
nau Monaay eveninB. iuo uwu . ordinance relating to quarantla-
whlch requires all children under 18 )ng of contagloU8 diseases, co-oper-
years or age 10 De ou uie sireuia uy ,
7 o'clock in the evening Is to be
tlon of city physicians Is necessary,
and Section I of the ordinance, recog
nizing this essential, reads as follow-;
"It shall be the duty of every phy
sician practicing in the town t
Springfield to notify the mayor or
member of the Committee on Heal
t of said town. In writing, of every caa
07 years. Doith was duo to a para
lytic atrolio. Sho a survived by her
husband, Churlos Count, nnd thrco
daughters, Mrs. II. A. Sian of Midland,
Mich.; MrB. Prod BucUman of Ro
chester, Mich., and Mra, Frank Sld
woll of Srrln!eld,
Mrs. Count was a mombor of tho
Women of Woodcraft at Junction City.
Funornl arrangements are bolng made
at tho Gordon & Voatch chapel In Eu
gono. and will bo announced lator.
"HAVE A HEART."
The advance salo of seats be'glBS
for "Have a Heart." at tho Eugene
will bo discussed and voted upon.
A new coii8tltuHon nad by-laws will
n.i Tt Iq Minncht hv 1 Thoatro at 10 a. m
some that thoy will establish a hos- and tho dopi-s open Wednecday oven
nltol fund nnd carry tho work along ng at 7:45, with tlrt curtain at 8:30
In tho form of a brothorhood lodge o'clock, sharp. Thla is Henry W.
Tho dologate3 from hero loft on the Savngo's own production, and his
5:25 train Thursday aftornoon. .numo, Identified with some fifty stage
above age is found loitering on the
street, after the stated hour, he or Qf contagloU8 or ,nrect!ous disease
she will be severely dealt with by tho ; me tQwn wUh,n hree houra atter ,
Local Boy Passes Away.
The death of Oscar F. Berg Thurs-
t" at tho Eugene ' Ql B Lny person to leave the house In whlck
..Tuesday morning. I evonlnB came ""i h 1hn0Pr she 8na Uavo been confine.
the town within three hours after t
existence of audi disease shall coma
to his knowledge."
Section IV of the ordinance forbid-
Horo nro tho Immortelles:
Mark Mllco i'eory, Ph..
Harry Stewart, P. M.
J. E. Richmond, D. D.
Fred Walkor, B. U.
John Wluzonrlod, D. G,
Harry Ennls, N. G., M. M., P. D. Q.
ThpBo nro tho fuiiBtora do luxp and
this will posltlvoly bo tholr last ap.
poaranco, as It has boon fixod up with
tho L. L. L- L.to take tho wholo bunch
nftor iho bIiow and massacre thorn.
In striking contrast tq th.osq mon
atroaltlos, la tho bovy of protty
ladloa with tholr gracoful slopping
nnd infectious melodlos, Mrs, Leota
Sef"yM Sfc fcSl KM jB5S.al K Bi ifc PwP WW vB
nneumonto, which followed a severe
case ot influenza. Tho deceased
leaves a mother, three brothers, and
two sisters, all at home. The family
moved here about two monthB ago
,from Gold Hill. Tho funeral was
(held Saturday afternoon, Dr. Danford
having charge of the services. Intor-
montwas made in the Laurel Hill cem
etery,' Disgorging' the Loot.
Tho Germans" have begun ' restitu
tions,' Thoy have delivered to the
alllco 300,000,000 francs gold, which
he or she shall have been connnea
or appear in any public place unta
all danger of Infection shall hara
Norrrian Byrne Over Here.
Mrs. L. J. Byrne, who resides at the
"Pines" In Glenwaod, was consider
ably elated Thursday evening whe
sho received a tolegram from her son.
Norman Byrne. The telegram read.
"Am In San Francisco. Will bo homo
soon." Norman enlisted in the ma
rines In April. 1917, and has been sUw
tloned'ln Pekln, China, with tho .ma
rino band for over a year. Tho, tole-
va tlti i .
a i. . . t a m.fl Tlr a hurl
came from the Russian treasury, gram is me mm - -
The French have recovered a rich "had from him since. July. It Is not
collection ot art works by Quentin known whether hp wilt bqv.hoinp o
Dolatour. stolon from St. quentln, and 1 a furlough or will bo released from
nniniiiiPB token from tho museum at the service.
ExamltuitlonB will be held for teach-
State certificates at tho court
house In Eugono commencing Wed
nesday, Docembor 18, 1918, and last
ing until 4' p. m. on Saturday. Scho
dulo for tho dayB on which subjocta
aro glvon may bo obtained by address
ing tho County School Superintendent.
"HIDDEN CEAUTY" OH -RUS IN "NIGHT O' LAUGHS"
Mrs. Isley'a Letter.
In a recent lottor Mrs. D, W. Isley
of Lltchfiold, III., say a: "I have used
Clmmberlaln'8 Tablots for dlsordera
of the stomach and aa a laxatlvo, and
have fuond thorn a quick and sure
nllef." If you nro trouulod with In
digestion or constipation theae'tablots
will do you good." ,
VJsltlng In Springfield.
Mrs. John Sole'.m, a former Tesldet
but who is now living at Richmond.
Cal., is spending several weeks hero
visiting Mrs. A. D. Moo. Mrs. Soleira.
said Umt her son Albert was ia
France, and that John was in UK
navy. Bpth boys aro well knowai
j For Croup.
"Chamherlaln'd Cough Remedy U
Bplcni)ld for croup," writes Mrs. Ed
ward !H as sett Frankfort, N. Y. "Mj
children have boon quickly relieve
of attacks of this dreadful complaint
by it i use. This remedy contalac
no orium. or other narcotic, and may
bo glyen to a child as ponfldontly. a
to an adult.