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BrWNOnELD, BAJfE COtTt OUBQlOM, TCUttSDAT, MAY 25, 1922
JOHN INNI9 FOUND
DEAD IN HIS ROOM
The ladle' Aid baaaer glreo Sat
urday evening tu wU attended
They bad t abort program and sold
candy, fancy work Bad eupper. Over
140 M taken lo. which la to go to
ward repairing tba charch for lha
John It. Innla waa bora at Bat ca
ve. Missouri, June 7. 1171. Ifa eama
to Springfield lo 1I0. Ha mad tbla
hla boroa nearly all tba tlma aftai
warda. Ha early learned tba bar
ber trad. For a number of yeere eomlng Sunday school convention
ha carried on a abop on Mill street,
when that waa tba bualnnaa aactlon
( tba town. I-ater. ba waa Interest
d In abop up Main street In tba
lalar yeare that Ilia aaloona were In
flprlngfleld, b became addicted to
drink, and became known aa a parlod
Oladye Inman la tba onlr etudant
lo gradoala from tba Waltarvltlc High
school tbla form.
Mr. rrad Dotson arrived hara from
Portland Saturday evening. Ha las
now gona la MoKenile brldga wber
h ha. mnliml
leal drinker. Aalda from that, ha waa Marvin Fountain returned from
a quiet, orderly man, of many likable J handling Tueaday on account of alck
qualities. Ha returned from Port- aa.
land to Springfield a few months ago. Mrs. N. N. Kaldor and daughter
and. In partnarablp with Walter Wll-i'uga made a bualnaaa trip to Eugene
mot, put up a gaeoline aervlre atatlon Saturday.
at the corner of Fifth and Main. I Tba McKemla High acbool etui-
Ha bad bean drinking for eeverar1" holiday Friday, aa tba
daya, and had kept to hla room ti building waa uaed for voting purpose,
tha Bpong hotel alnca Tueaday morn- Laler Mllllcan and Sam Robert
lag of laat week. Mra. Bpong ut' returned from Wendllng Tburaday.
aaw blm Tharaday morning, about T,Thr ,ooB number of cattle ov.
o'clock, atandlng at the mirror, fully." ww d before.
I. w. vaughan and family mada
bualnaaa trip to Eugene 8almrday.
Mra. C. L. Inman attended aa a dele
gala, tha grand lodge, I. O. a ,
aeealon willed met In Eugene Tueaday,-
Wedneaday and Tburaday of tbla
weak.' Several others from here ware
PRESENT 8TATU3 OF
THE KIZER MATTER
dressed, and remarking that ba felt
Tin. Becoming aneasy about him
Friday morning. Mra. Spong aent
noma on to look through lha traa
win Into hla room about I o'clock.
It waa en lying acroea a chair.
una, viia win pia nno ana
floor. .It waa thought, ,D "dance.
! Mra. Harry Levertdae haa return.
Tba tact baa been publlahed that
O. F. Klaer, for nearly three yea. a
janitor of tha Ltnoola acbool, waa er-
raatad on tha 11th oa a charge of ra
upon tha peraon of a girt of 11 attend
Ing tba achooL Broticht before Jue-
llee Walla, la Eugene. . Mr. Klaer
waived examination, and waa bound
over to tba grand Jury, whose next
regular eeaeloa will ba In October.
A preliminary laveetlgatlon hai
been made under competent and au
thorltlva direction; probably aa tbor
ough aa could ba mada outaldo or
court. Tbla la one atep In tha legal
procedure. If It la found neceaaary
for tba grand Jury to take tha matter
up.and It la left open until next Oet-v
bar. It will ba to tha detriment of tha
Interests of tba acbool and the com
:..' TO GIVE PROGRAM
On Friday awning. May !. at 7:!t,
tba girls of tha High acbool will give
a demonstration la tha gymnaalam
under tba direction of Mra. Ethel B.
Meyers.- Tba program will be ren
dered In tha regulation gymnaalam
coat o ma with tha exception of ne
daaea aolo by Mlaa Bern Ice Jacobaon.
and la almpiy a reaume of the regv
lar claaa work which tha glrla have
been doing tba paat few months.
It la given for tba purpose of ac
quainting the parenta of tha glrla and
othara who happen to ba interested.
with tha work of the physical training
Editor's note. Owing to lack of
apace we have left tba program oou
but will aay that It Is an Interesting
one and urge that tba parenta and
eher patrona attend next Friday even
Freak Campbell waa home ' from
Mabel with a alight Injury for few
daya laat week.
Mr. and Mra. Arch 8bougb motored
down from Blue River Saturday and
CLARENCE HILL 13 KILLED
IN WAREHOUSE AT MORCr
MORO. OR- May 21 (Special)-
Clarence F. Hill, grade ta of tha Ci
vereity of Oregon and former teach tw
in tha Mora echools, waa killed thn
Spent 8unday a ttbe homo of Mr. and morning wbea caught In a drive bet
Mra.' John Price. jof a feed grinder ha waa operaUagr
Mrs. Fred Ruasetl and Mra. Roy ,n th rnn' Davator Supplr
Edmleton were In Engen ahopplng 6010 p,nr wmrehoaa. He was puU4
friday. .unaer me nywneei or ft gaaollne an
Th. Davl. acbool. with M... Vad.'f " '
Gray aa Uacher. cloaed U.t Friday " , " ' " vu"fc
.ih . . . '.crushed. Ha waa working alone.
with an excellent program. , , ... . V, .,
'-a awitai j W au9 MVIV
Mr. George Piatt la an expert when oddfellows' lodge and waa ft veteran
of tha world war. Hla parenta reside
In 8piingfleld. Or, and a brother fa
tha Jewelry business at Cottago
Grove. Mr. Hill waa engaged to
married next month. OREGON! AN
SAFETY FIRST MAN LEC
TURES AT 4L MEETING
A summary of tba returns from lb
primary, up 10 mis morning, gives M th, wguur noting of the 4Le
oicou ua nomination for governor Ult Monday evening, the vlcebalr
with an unofficial lead of 71 vbteellM. WAa laatalled and tha reaulsr
OVar Mail. Ihnaln nf tha (nnnlh waa tmr,AA
Walter M. Pierce U the DemocratleJ to. Following the meetlna tha SLa
caaataata. I Inviia m tni rik ik. it.
All tba praaent congreaamen were Uit?I M. AUkeB, neM Mfety
engineer, for Oregon, of the Nation!
Safety countil, give hla Uluatrated lec
ture on "Safety First". Hla lecture
apd picturea were exceptionally fine,
and those that missed It, missed aomo
thine: that would have craved of vatu.
1. tL. afAvlaHrv avaa nnrnlni ImA fr . . . . .
j i - m inem in ineir airi vorr in in .
I L, , , fc. . !u eMto' nujorlty of about' of prTntlnr lnjurlea. , .
iwo IO one over Waiter B. jonea. 1 Xtlmr th .nnlnn nm.r.m a,.,r.
Ralp E. Williams. Republican mem
br a ohvalelan who examined lha
body that be had been dad about ll!,a hr hom ,n California after an ex-'. of tBt Mtonal committee. w
boura. Moonablne liquor from which witn manvea and renominated. .
he had evidently been drinking, waa ltrnda ' ' ' The recall of the state public a!1
Tound In his room. It waa reported Mr. H. II. Motallag started nla work VCe commlaalonera prevailed.
to contain formaldehyde and wood " vnV aiauon weanea-
i 1 . Mr. C. 1. Inman baa rnna In Wind.
m . wo, tm wrii uvm hi ,
II L. . . . I
Walker', chapel, at 1:10 Sunday ftfUr- r'.,n" I U L. Ray lathe Democratic nominee ' ... lnr. k.
... . . -
noon, under the direction of the Elks
lodge of Eugene, of which the de
ceased waa member. The full ee
vice of the lodge waa rendered at both
tha chapel and tba grave.' Tba bur
lal waa at Laarel tnil cemetery.
Of several brothers and half bro
thers. Squire Innla. of Jaaper. a half . Tueaday,
brother, la tha only one now living;
and ha and hla children and their
tamlllee are probably tba only rela
tives of tba deceased In this vicinity.
Mr. R.C. Willie, of Medfqrd. aarr-a ,Bd w,u pr0B,bly makt . Btronf
a few daya with hla parents. Mr. and
Mra. V. V. Wlllla.
Miss Nettle Fountain la III with Ibi
Mra. !ester Milllran and mother,
Mra. Mary Mllllcan, were la town
"e 'the La.
IL C. Wheeler and B. F. Keener q BEVERE'S STORE
werai nonnnaviea ior represeniaave-oi I
the Republican ticket by a decisive
vote. For a dme, the third place was
BROKEN INTO AGAIN
In doubt between T. U Chambers and! "' nomr "
Emmett hnt th. -nil .ffL'ol',cbMt honM WM red by
d. returns ahow an apparent majority i"1" aalB U,t Thprlay night
for Mr. Chambers. ..."v removed a small square window
Retarna on tha vote on the par- 0B lb . "ar room,
chaae of the county fair gronnda ebow Tn,n they m,du Aoor
that tha propoaltlon carried. I"" ,nort- narrew P'1""4 Ur- u,d
, It he bar on ft barrel In the rear room,
. . 'and forgot to take It awayt when they
. D. D. Weddle left for Taklma, Waah 'fUrished their pilfering In the atore-
tngton. on Tuesday of. last week, ex- room.
peeling to srend the summer there. I The thief or th elves took awav the
omre aeparuneni coniaiua a reviseu here to Uke up the pastorate of ts 1 e benefit of hla health. He baa Inside tray of the cash drawer, al
veralon of a dosen of Mother Gooee'e yint Baptist church In that cltv. i a brother and a sister there. HU thourh t could be seen that there
poems, eacn iiiuairaung aomo moral ,n hla work there the first Sun
to be observed by patrons of the post- jay In June
The Rev. B. C. Miller will preach
hla farewell aermoft at the Baptist
church Sunday evening. By requeat
at that tlma ha-will deliver hla ad-
MftTUD ... dreea on -EvoIuUor". Ha will leave
MOTHER OOSE 'Sunday night for PorUand where on
, POST OFF,CE Monday ha will deliver tbla add roe
before the Baptist ministers.
A late bulletin Issued by tha poet-' Mr. Mer aoea to Aahland from
office. We reprint several of
best with the morale attached:
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Davis returned
from their Texas Jaunt last Saturday.
It coata you nothing to have Taylcr
Ditto explain the new Ray battery
. Rev. ('. M. Hill, of Berkeley. CalU
ornla. a broiler In Irw of Mrs. Ella
Walker, of Springfield, spent the
week end bore and In Eugene with
relatives. Rev. Hill was on bis way
homo from Portland, where he had
been in the Interests of tbe Baptist
Theological Seminary of Berkeley, f
which he la the president. Rev. Hill
conducted the morning services at the
Sing a song of sixpence, dishes made First Baptlat church of Eugene Sut.
of glass; day morning and left for tbe south
Parcel not marked "Fragile" not Immediately afterwards.
narkail an It arniiM laat
Ilumpty, Dumpty placed loose In a
Ilumpty Dumpty given hard knocks.
Tbe most promptly settled Indemnity
Can never unscramble old Hurapty
(Moral: Cgga worth eettdlng at all
are worth crating well.)
Little Bo Peep haa loat her aleep.
With tears she's nearly blinded;
She mailed a Jacket In a flimsy packet
And the P. O.'a now trying to find It
(Moral: Prepare your packagea securely)
daughter. Miss . Elsie, accompanied was no money In It Among the
him. She returned last Sunday. thlrgs known to have been taken were
a bam of meat a small quantity of
meat loaf, aome plug tobacco and
tobacco In other forma. But beyond
Guthrie Co. have been at work
for two or three weeks on the grading
MrV millk it lh fttMrKa. H hpfHva at
McVcy'a Point which they left unfln ! ,h,,t coaH ot -tnntaad how
Ished when they closed for the season rauch WM Uken'
In the early part of the winter. I
At this time definite arsngements
Rev. H. C. Ethell left for Portland for the observance of Memorial day
Tueaday afternoon, to attend the an- are not obtainable, but the prograt-
nual session of the North Pacific die- expected to be the same aa last
year, services at Laurel Hill cemetery
When tha pack was opened Mercy,
what a mess!
The dishes all In flinders. Whose
fault? Well, make a gueas.
(Moral: Pack carefully, mark pro
perly, tell the mailing dark.)
Wire briar, limber lock,
Lettera handled In a flock;
Some go eaat aome go west
Be aura they're legibly addressed.
(Moral: Addreec mall plainly and to
street and number.)
There waa a man in our town, and he
waa wonderous wise;
He ordered only envelopes of reerahv
tlon alse. )
Hla friends thought It more stylish
the little ones to use, I
But when their mall kept getting lost
they quickly changed their views.
(Moral: Dent uSe email envelopes.)
There waa a crooked man, ha had a
e rooked scheme,
Of making folks rich quick It sound
ed like a dream! i '
His victims he would nail by lettera
through tha mall,
And now ba'a doing tlma In a tittle
(Moral: Uncle Sam offers safe and
attractive means f Investing your
money In postal savings and treas
Twain formula, a
It has tbe Mark
mixture of tears
and laughter. It la a rival to any
7-ane Srey picture and Is produced
by the producer of Zane Grey pictures.
See It at the Bell theatre Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Mack, of Engenn,
spent Sunday at the Geo. Larlsou
home of this city.
trlct of the Church of the Naxarene,
or wnicn be is a member. (n the morning at 10:30; services
me rani race on mill sireei ai t.vv
Try "Splrella" the World's Bet
Coreet Orders tsken by Mrs. Ida
Larlson. 114 E St. Phone 115 W
W. O. W. meets every
evening at' W. O. W. ball.
Hnry Kort boupht a new Fori
p. m. , followed by a program at the
park, corner of 3nd and Main. At
the morning services the G. A. R.
plot will be dedicated.
"The Man With Two Mothers" Is
an Irish comedy with Mary Alden
(the mother In "The Old Nest") and
roadster laat Mondav. and la hreaklnc Cullen Landls proves acrappy and
It In at the Oddfellows convention funny. At the Bell theatre Sunday,
at Eugene this week
Mr. and Mrs. Randolph Random, of
Sacramento, were visitors at the Paul
rtraitaln hnmn Wednendav. Thev were
Percy Davis, a nephew of Mrs. H. on their way to Portland where tney
8. Medowan. Is attending the convan- expect to make their home. Mr. and
tlon at Eugne this week, as a dele- Mrs. Random formerly lived neighbors
gate from Drewsey, Oregon. jto the Brattalna at Paisley,
Dr. S. Ralph Dlppel, dentist, Spring
, CARD OF THANKS
We wish to alnrerly thank om
many friends and tbe several order
tbat assisted us In our recent bereavh
rnent and also for tba beautiful floial
Mr. and Mra. O. F. Klaer and family.
The New Hero
?i WMfM AR VOU tiXM$ )
. , V to juvi-pc ovev
I 9 P ? jf9 y
It cornea to trapping moles
caught about forty.
Arwell Weaver overhauled Mr,
C. Tarnell'a car last week.
Miss Heersma visited Mrs. Margar.
Campbell Friday morning ana at
tended tbe program at the Darla
acbool In tbe afternoon.
Mr. Herbert waa In Springfield laat
Friday to consult a doctor. Mr. Her
bert baa been quite ill. bat - la ' now
John Wllllan entertained hla Sun
day acbool claaa laat Friday evening.
Ice cream waa served.
Mr. Rosa Mathews who baa taaght
the Mt Vernon school the paat year.
gave ft pie aoclal laat Friday evening.
aa It waa the closMjg day.
Mt. Ftnn Jones and family who have
been living oa Mlaa Heerama'a place
for aome time paat moved on to Mr.
Klng'a place Monday., The Ring fam
ily suited to Newport Tueaday,- with
the exception of Margaret and Meryl
who are attending High school In
8pringfleld. They expect to remain
here until after the cloae of school.
Miss Erdlne Carnthera returnee
home Friday. She haa been teaching
acbool at Blachley,
Mr. and Mra. Ray Baugb and tarn
Ily. and John Wllllan and Ruth Kin,
apent Sundy at the home of John
Mr. and Mra. William Barnett went
to the Springs laat Sunday, for aa
outing of several daya,
A base ball team from West Point,
in Linn county, played the local
team Sunday on the Thurston dia
mond The visiting team won. .with
a 10 to I score. s
Mra. Taylor and Mra. Wheeler, from
ndlan creek are visiting at Charles
Cecil Herbert's eyer la Improving.
Mra. Pearne Crow, from Lorain
haa returned to her home after visit
lng for some time with her father.
Mr. J. W. Bertsch.
Mr. Joos, from Mabel, spent Sun
day at Thurston.
Ted Caruthera got struck on the
head with a piece of lumber while
working al Mabel last week, which
resulted in Ted getting hla hair
Mlsa Llzxie Herbert .from Coburg.
spent Sunday with her parenta here.
There were 94 numbers sold at the
dance Saturday night
Frank Campbell. Fred Gray. Ted
Caruthera. Mike Tennis, and Dwaln
Buell, who axe working at Mabel,
spent Sunday at Thurston.
Ross Mathews and family drove to
Eugene Sunday to visit Grandma
Most all the farmers are through
planting their corn, but the field mice
aeem to be working very badly In It
Born to Mr. and Mra. Eldridge
Wheeler, at the home of Mr. Charles
Taylor, at Thurston, an 8 poun.
daughter, on May 23. 192S. Her name
is Lois Margaret.
Miss Maude EdruTston and Mra.
Rosa Baughman attended a concert
In Eugene Tuesday evening.
Mr. and Mra. Hill received word yes
terday of tba death of Clarence and
left laat night for Mora. At thla timet
we are unable to give farther deUllsu
THE CIVIC LEAGUE WILL -DEDICATE
FLAG MAY 3a
The Civic league met Tueaday even-'
Ing In regular session. Mra. Donaldson
being absent Mra. Carl Olson preside.
-A number of ladles were present
deaplte the convention - In Engeatv
Mra. Getry aa a viaitor waa present. - '.
Completion of the plana for erecting .
tbe flag pole took part of tha evenln '
There will be abort program cat
Memorial day after tba regular ser..
vices. We feel that Springfield shoull '
have the flag for special day service
and have been very glad that it waa.
In our power to provide one ' jt . the
essential things for our city.
Mr. Geo. Dean Is to be commende-f v
for donating the flag pole, and als
Chief . Donaldson, who haa so gener- -'
ously offered hla aerrleea. Tbe League- '
haa been to -aome expense In getting
this all done but It aeema very email . .-;
when to much baa been attained, and
the pride we take In seeing ro-
Glory" waving over Springfield again.
Our successful Envelope Day a- :
tbe aale of ao many envelopea to oar
baetneas men was very encouraging. v
Mra. McGowan waa appelated corres
ponding aeeretaay tor -the League, aw
will answer any lnquiriee that maw
come Jn response to oar advertise- .
ments. - -
By one who waa present
WITH THE TOURISTS
ON THE AUTO CAMP
Our prices on overstuffed furnlturw
la within reason. It costs nothing tj
Investigate. McKlnnls ft Bean.
Visit bur display room across from
tha Bell theatre. McKinnla ft Bean.
Tourist travel la Increasing rapidly
In the last two weeks. Two or three)
cars at a time over night baa beea
the common thing lately. Last Fri
day night there were two family tents
and three cars with canvaa shelter
on the ground.
Mr. and Mra. Bert Smith of Port
land,- who have become fairly well
acquainted In this vicinity from fre
quent visits heretofore, have been
camping on our auto camp since laat
Friday evening. Their youngest
daughter and her husband, also named
Smith, lately married, ana camped
beside them. They have two or tbre
daughters living In this vicinity and
Eugene; one of whom ia Mra. Fred
Hawtoq. . of Springfield Junction.
Mr. and Mra. French, of Dunsmulr,
California, and Mra. Watson, Mr.
French') Ynothee, of Fresno, Calif
ornia, had ranged all over California,
and they resolved this spring that
they would see aomethtng of the coast
country to the north. They came to
Granta Pass, expecting to go to Crea- -cent
City from there; but were tola
that the road waa not passable.
Then they thought to try Newport,
but when they got to Conrallia they
were told the aama story. They fib -
.ally struck the coast In the Tillamook
region, going la by the way of Me
Minnvilte. They left Netarta Wad-; .
Mia. Ida Warnock. of the Bantlat
home missionary society, gave a vers Bsd,T morning and drove into our
interesting talk at the Baptist churcti cmp ta MlM t0 1 tn,r uuppur and
In tUIr city Wedneaday afternoon, on theB Mt ucb had time to tinker
her work In NIcarangna. one of tha w,th nU w fangjed Ford awhile be
Central American states. Mrs. War-!,or9 aut. too dark to. see. They
nock haa been In the field for ;'t rears were going to start for Crescent City.
and 6 men tha, but Is now on a S month , by 0 Grants Pasa, Tburaday
leave of absence.
She formerly llvtd
FOR SALE One of tba best cows
in the oonnty. Teste over . large
How of milk, and tuberculin teateJ.
nly $75. Call at News office.
Tom Moore In "Beating tha Game'
morning.' !-" 1 rf 1 4 c.w
The VanDyka and Dewet families,
of whom we spoke some time ago, as ,
among the csmpera after doubling
back from Albany and remaining here
for two or three daya. looking for
different kinds of work, went back
Is a compelling story filled with ea-' Ther were five cars on the ground.
capades and accomplishments of "the 8nturdar B,ht' Including four that
rnau who dared". Imagine a burglar were there night and at least
! writing ft note of apology for robbing two tnat h,d Deen there longer.
a saf. See I'Beatlug the Game" next Tner wer least five there Sunday
Wtidnesday at tbe Bell theatre.
NuBor.e ccrscts. Mrs- A. True
Lupdy, Abdominal supporters for
men and women, . fbone Eugene 139
for aFpomtmetts In 8rlngfteld.
Mr. and Mra. W. H. Parla drove
down from Mabel Wedneaday and will
return today. They are visitors at
h'f H J-r"