tin m.Hru4r mi of Congre, i M SPRINGFIELD, LANE COUNTY, OREGON, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1916 VOL. XV. NO. 7
POPULAR GIRL IS MARRIED LOCAL MEN PUT ON BOARD
5 NHGRELD COPS Miss Hazel Parrlh Weds Qeorge N,
England of Preseott
II CONGRESS IS10WED O. B. Kesfey'a'nd We I by Stevens Aid
In Investigating Wreck
MILLS STILL RUM'
JUST 53' PRIZES Miss Hazol Parrlsh, daughter of Mr,
and Mrs. John Parrlsh of this city, and
BILLION SPENDS INTO COQSBAYAND O. B. Kcssoy and Wclc-- Stevens of
city, constituted tho two disinterested
BUT MAY HAVE 10
Goorgo N. England, of Preseott, were members of tho board of Inquiry called
niarrlod nt tho Congrogatlonal parson to Investigate tho
HI COUNTY FAIR ago In Eugono, Friday avonlng, Sep- AND HALFDOLLARS ANGHOBSfN HARBOR train number 97 atderailment of mixed terminal number 11 CLOSE- - DOWN SOON
tember 1C at 0 I', M., Rovorcnd A. M. on the Oakrldgo branch on September
Spongier officiating. Mr. and Mrs. 7th, 191C,
England will llvo at Proncott, whoro
Exhibit Rnngos From Noodlo-wor- k
Mr. England Is yard Toroman for the Although $1,626,439,209 Appro- Big Steamer Burned at Sea Last It Is the policy of the Southern Pa- Neither Springfield Nor Wfld-lin- g
cific company to give publicity to
to Hornos, Cnttlo, and I'roscod lumbor company. Tho young priated It Is Not Considodod Week Will Salvage at wrecks and accidents rather than to Plant is Shut Down, j
Fnncy Chickens couple left Eugono Immediately for
their now homo which thoy roachod
Wastoful Session at 35 Per Cent try to cover up such facts. Tho board But, Situation Serious
of inquiry Is composed of officers from
this morning, as thoy had planned to three departments of tho company and
o. w. Johnson one winner visit a day with Mrs. England's slstor, PREPAREDNESS IS BIG ITEM CROWD SEES OPERATORS of two disinterested persons. Division
Mm. C.mr,tr. In PnrllnAil. NO CAR- - RELIEF IN SIGHT
Superintendent, F. L. Bucbhalter ap
Miss I'arrlsh was ono of tho most pointed Mr. Kessey and Mr, Stevens
Most Prize Are Taken On Horses popular and young ladles Very Little Increase In Expenditures Temporary) Repaint Made at Marsh- - on this board, and they accompanied
Material Is Stacking up In the Yards,
In Springfield, and her smllo will bo '
the others on an inspection tour last
And Cattle; One Man's Exhibit When Army and Nevy Pro- field, Then Craft Will Probably and Quite a Few Orders are
much missed hero. For tho past throo Wednesday night Tho findings have
Qets Fourteen Awards years during tho summor season, sho gram Is Eliminated Be Taken to Seattle Being Cancelled f
just been .made public. An excerpt j
has, been omployod at Egglmann's follows.
candy kitchen, having loft her position
From embroidered "nlghlloH" and on September 3. Washington, Sept. 10, Much care-los- s Marshfield, Sept. 17. The steamer "This board finds that Engineer W. "If the car shortage cofitiaties, oar
At Intervals during
talk has been indulged in ns to Congress, which burned off Coos bay E. Everton and Conductor E. Snyder company will certainly- - be forced to
"sleh" to bonf cnttlo and i'nrtridgo tho past year, sho has also worked in
Wynndotto chlckons ran tlio range or are responsible for tho derailment, ac close both this and the Wendllng mill,
tho local tolophono offlco, ns substi- tho appropriations of tho session of Thursday, was brought safely into count having exceeded
Springfield's uxlilblts at tho annual salvage the speed re but as yet we. have received so aotkd
tute operator. From May 8, 1016 until congress Just ended. As a largo shar-- Coos bay this afternoon and j
Lnno county fair which closod last of this originated in congress the press will represent about 35 per cent of tho striction ot 15 miles per hour, which to shdt down, and will loetlHae refi
Friday night But tho dlvonlty ot Juno
19, 1910, sho was omployod thoro
regularly; of tlio country has In many cases been total value. A big crowd was at the applies between Lawler and Oakrldge ning as long as posiWe." This Is the
oxhlblta Is not tho moot Important Mr. England Is also quite misled. Chief among the doluslons in beach to witness the incoming of the under current time table No. 91. Had statement made this morels? hy Q,. It
Congress was tho larg- this restricted speed of 15 miles per Jarrett, supeiinte&dent ot the
thing; local people took Just 53 prizes! hero, as ho was employed
at the Booth. the headlines Is the statement that ap vessel. The Boo-U-Kel-ly
Ton of tho C3 woro taken by W. L. Kolly
mill for sovoral months about propriations aro near two billion dol- est vessel that ever crossed the Coo hour been observed, than coad have lumber, mill at SpriagfteW,,, Mr.
been brought to stop before derailment
Dunliui. who rccnlvml four flrnln fblun ago. Ho Is tho brother of Ds lars, or that this has been a "two-blllo- bay bar.
arrett also jam U the local mill
riuuuii;, iiiruu duiuuub ivu uuuuii- - i vfd England, who also roarrlod a dollar session,'' She came in without a bitch, but occurred. fiad shut down only one' day; sad Out
and throo thlrda (yollow ribbon) on Springfield girl, Miss Lillian Oorrio, Authoritative statements concerning after reaching the lower nay the bow The value of the three head of cattle was for1 tMe Laae ee4tkly fair, afii tfct
swung around and stuck in tho sand killed Is placed at $75, and the damage Uie WesdtijigYSBlU, whkh hM.
hl prlzo chickens. Mr, Dunlap en- I
tered only 11 of tho fowls, which were
early this summer. ppproprlntlosis havo been made to
Mr. and Mrs. England havo tho boat Chairman FJerald of tho house ap- flat, but was soon
pulled out and the to the car and the track caused by tfee qtiiet for a.iay.efjM, started ?fcaaSQ hn
Partrldgo Wyandottos. This Is tho wishes
of & host ot friends in this propriations . commlttco, a Democrat boat started up the bay. The Congress derailment" suffered damage to the ex thls(mqrBHr,rt He tftat, te.iow- -
brood or wh.lcti.ho was. given, second, city. and. by Representative Qlllett, ranking has
been anchored at a point opposite tent of 19.00. ' atioa for a. staV. which recatly, ed
and fifth prizes at tho San Francisco
exposition last year.
member of that committed on tho Re- and. below Empire In, deep, water.
A piledriver was ready and boom
In sC coBtonorgry ppr to the
publican side. Their figures agree SECRETARY OF STATE
Anblhef person who helped' run up" WENDLING LOSES IN so there can bo no dispute as to the sticks; provided by.
was 'Jfet,nWr-:''- l " .
.Logging company so that they cnuld
tho number ot Springfield's total Is
Mrs; Es 'M.'Cox, who rocolved socond TENUIS MATCH TO
Tho grand total of tho appropriation
be arranged around thf big ship while
SENDS OUT 250.000 , Iw,';h js44atioa la, serioas.
prize on a nightdress; second on - an
TEAM Is $1,626,439,209, compared with
she remains la
pore tor temporary re EVEffiim PAMPHLETS
cmbrolrtprcd hood, .and ..first; on pajh lumber as it ever did and mater
of an irlsh.'.croc.itqi hood, a btfcy robe
n $ for the fiscal year 1916 Sight Was. Interesting
, I much
Cops of Initiative Bills to be ial is staekiag
an increase of 1517,537,197. apita-th-
and Jmbj; coat. Local Player Oct 98 of 189 Games-H- ave The sight of bringing' in the vessel Pros and a. few ordeirs;arB being inwnHeL
Better yet for the purpose ot still- was an Interesting ode. The wreck Voted on November 7
As usual,, Mrit ,C. F. EggimaHn "cop. Warm Places in Hearts ing partisan controversy and misrep- ing tug Salvor, which came up from ot tfea coB4aHy'8- - lBab411tjrto
pctH.seroral prizos for her band made Explained dellver,. orjcsHre,, deJyery. Orders
for Mill Town resentation, is the act that both Fitz- - the ateemer Bear, the tug Tyee of
noedlow'ork pieces. Following, are goralil and Glllott, the highest Demo- are not fejng sollcltedr
her; prises i embroidered' corset-cove-r, "I haro played on football and ten cratic and Republican authorities on Puget Sound, the tug Oneonta of Co- More than a quarter ot a million ' It has' been two mosths slace the
third; collodion of fancy bags, sec- nls teams in England, Franco and tho appropriations, agrco as to tho sums lumbia,a river and the tug Oleanor ot election pamphlets have, been seat out company has hail e&6ugh cars, the
ITmnm-- rlttpr all nftRlftf erl.
ond;, yoke, second. I
United. States and havo been enter that should be assigned to the expense to the voters of Oregon by the secre- - superintendent .sald The r&llrea4
.many times; but the entertain- - trom the: Salvor- - was con tary of state during the last few days .company started .o slack apjjs,lt
While maintaining that hq couldn't talned of preparedness. They submitted tables Congress by means of giving the pros and cons ot the inta- freight service In June. The principal
compare with tho ladles. O, W. Jolm,n - n - wo received at Wendllng Sunday showing that the amount is $685,709, ducted to the -
aosoiuioiy mo oesi treatment l 823, compared with $271,399,497 for the steam hose so that the oil could be Uve bills to be vpted on at the general reason assigned to the situation by
son still managed to grab a second and pumped to her engines. Much of the election November, 7.
a third, award. Tho second was for .navo over .experienced." said Percy previous year, an Increase in money local officials is that Oregon Is an
nn ombroldorod bath towel, and tho j Tyson, managor of tho Springfield ten sot aside for army and navy, including
waterin the hold was pumped out, The following measures are contain-Mor- e importing rather than an exporting
so there was but slight list than a quarter of a million state, and that the cars all go, out load- -
other, a sideboard scarf, oyolot em niB loara ai Piayca a matcn ai wend the $20,000,000 for a nitrate plant,, d
Smoke came out ot one ot the ble
broidery, yesterday, "Tho acoro, was Single Item veto amendment, refer-- 1 ed but very few full ones return. The
by a bond lssuo of $414,310,326
funnels and before the start for the red to tho people Tjy. the legislative, as theory of the transportation companies
For a tatted odgo centorpleco, Mrs. games, closo, wo only won by seven As tho total Increase in appropria Dar wng ma,le the steamer whistled
sembly. seems to be, "A load both ways," an
but every set was Interesting," tions over last year is $517,537,197. and ,
E. E. Morrison was. given first award.
Mrs. Morrison also rocolved a prlzo
coritlnuod Mr .Tyson. "Thon Wond tho Increased cost of proparcdnoss was time,. Th Cmcro
' h. enrines Ship tax exemption amendment, re- since not much material' is imparted
were not ODOrated. Towinc was the ferred to the people by the Iglslative into the state, empties would have to
ling folks took tho players out to
for hor other exhibit, two yards and $414,310,326, any person "with a pencil
a half ot tatting Insertion. This was dinner at their homes and brought can readily dotirmlno that the increase Giennor ahead and next the Oneonta, assembly. be sent in, and the. railroad companies
us back last evonlng in their cars. for expenses other Back of the Concress was tho Tvee. Negro and mulatto suffrage amend do not like to ship, empty cars, 1
given third prlzo. than preparedness Iiq Salvor remained outside. ment, referred to tho people by the leg-
Elizabeth McMuhon, registered from Thoy would not let us cut things short amounted to $103,228,871.
There was no difficulty at all bring- islative assembly. Tnis would remove
Sprlngleldt took seven prizes, in orlgi by coming back on tho train." For what Is this $103,226,871 to be ing In tho Congress after her anchor the discrimination against negro and J. K. PRESCRIBES FOR ILLS
nnl nil nnlntlntf nml ponv work, na fnl.' Thoso who wont to Wendllng to
spent? Almost halt ot it, $50,100,000 chain was slipped. She rode nicely mulatto citizens. .
U,,d contest wore: noy Cairns. and Eugene Lane, "T.
lows: Class -011 1- Painting, Original.'
W1,d' Winifred that covered by an Issue of Pan on the water and made the turn Into Full rental value land tax and home Hall, ShoqDoctor,
Animal plepo-Ellz- abeth McMahon. Jf0'10 ' goes to- - the creation of a the bay without any trouble. Tho turn maker's loan fund amendment, propos R7.'J and BlUieurk, Sufferpr.
Tyson Dr. and Mrs. It P. ama .bonds,
Springfield, first. Three or more "ay; merchant marine and development ot which caused her bow to go on tho ed by the initiative, petition.,
paintings-Elizab- eth McMahon, third. I Mort,OI!'n' Mr- - nnd VVtJ M'88
an auxiliary naval force under the new sand was accidental and tho delay was Vote pn New Normal School . A novd.dlsplay te.that.shownln'the
cilflRn work. Pl'iruro niece Dorr,s 8 .Mr and Mrs. J.. J. Dryan, Main street show (window, ofKetel'a
shipping bllL The Alaskan railroad short For Pendleton Normal school and
and h Tho Congress looked like a big steel ratifying Ideation of certain state In drugstore. Attractive, placard beat
Elizabeth . McMahon, second. Animal E.-- -
pioce tJiizaooin Mcmanon, nrsi
. - i ana Thompson, Mr.' arid Mrs. Frank takes over $8,000,000' more, expendi-
tures for the first, year under tho good building which, had been gutted by stitutions, proposed by initiative peti the announcements .of "Squlbbs" phem
third; Lanflscapo Elisabeth ,McMa' I.enhAr!, andj Mr, and, Mrs. Austin Cox roads act $6,000,000, establishment ot flro. The paint on hor sides .caroo off tion.-- . icals,"1 "Pure Drugs;" "LaleSt Meta
lion,, third. Mprlno Bconor-Ellsab- Tho results of "the matches are as odSr' "Cleamllaess"- - and, !!Neatheeaj!f
thenrura.l credits eystep ($0,200,000 .In- In' great", patches, .apjparntly .every
McMahon, socond.- - follow: improvement ot tiding wood' jOn .the" veseL..was con- prqpoeed by .initiative potlt'on. But thW is-- net &1L A fewJpeilo
Doubles Messrs Lemley and Wild creased.- amount for
,) Tho remainder of tho prizes taken by .the, fla'mesv. Te. jtunnejs pilU, powdei; and-- tealcs utei shewal
w'pn by Wend rivers and 'harbors almost $10,600,000. sumed Bill repealing . and abolishing the
by local pooplo woro on horsos and ysStutjadAbrania ' Th,U .accpunts for $81,000,000, leav- and Blasts, are sandlnE,,.but, the smal- Sunday closing law, proposed by Initia to Illustrate
cnttlo . Tho; Belgian, Jlorso company, llngj ( q ing. $22,000,000, lnpreaso , for piih' pur: ler structural step! Ja, a tangle where, tive peutlon.-- - the store. On one. Hall, The 8)mmS
rs arid Nellson vs. poaos teeellj' as
J. B. Morris, Oscar Milltcan, C. A. as the expenses of the new It has fallen. Permitting manufacture and regulat Doctor,! la advised io Hxt&f may be lln teat, 33 H'
Swarts, and Weaver brothors, wero' 'ou" "" won oy apnngueiu
tariff) Workmen's compoiisaOon "and The stilp presented a wlerd appear- ed sale ,qf four per cent malt Hquorsi directed." It
"For. External iJse Only.W
- r. .
awardod prlzos for .tho following ex- eight hour commissions, expense ot ance with, smoke still emerging from proposed, petition.
hibits: i ; ;
fMossrs Langtry arid Robertson vs.
collecting the income: tax", Improve; tho bow and stern and with tho heavy Prohibition amendment forbidding
Eugeafc .Laae-- li also-give-
n a pre-
Cnirris'and May,- - won' by Springfield. scription, g' agent of vhtck
ment'B in, postofilco buildings In some smpko frpm tho.bjg smokestacks. The importation ot Intoxicating liquors for looks suspiciously Hke antiphlUjlstinei
Pniir.vrtrtrrfilil'niul nvnr. ntnlllnri. Y
of the big cltlos, and normal increase stearlng gear of the Congress, will bo beverage purposes) proposed by iniatia j
Balalan. Jlorso comnanv. first: class) Mera.Abnuas and.tout ys, Lemley In governmental exponso, comprised in ropalred anil a temporary deck will be tive petition. (Capsulls, pills, and illiquid are put- - up
13,..Ja.ckslJonnot8Jl mules, Jack, J. B, nnd Wild, wo by Wendllng, 6-- 2 7--
built In probably a week or 10 days Rural credits amendment, proposed an "T. IV equally large assortment t
for and '.'Blllie Burket ltf give
thousands, pt miscellaneous, itonjs.
Morris, first. Division B. Cattlo. Class iuOBSrB "no" au - ayior vs A A m In this list he named $7,448,000 for the vessel will be ready to proceed by initiative petition;
.... Tyson almost
, Horofords. Bull, throo yoars old""u
and oyen Oscar Mllllcan .first; bull
' n A "I
0-- ''. r opniiKuo.u, j n
Singles Cairns vs. Stout, won y
new postofflcoB, customhouses, other under her own steam with a convoy
u-- j-- o
State-wid-e tax and Indebtedness lim
public buildings and Improvements to a larger port, where she can bo itation amendment, proposed by ini- MRS. CARRIE McGEE, 59, ,
cnlt undor ono year old, senior, Ospar $775,000 furniture for buildings, $3, rebuilt. Likely she will be taken to tiative petition. OF DONNA, DIED FRIDAY
Mllllcan, first and socond; cow, in milk Springfield,
500,000 for continuing tho valuation ot Puget sound. All ot the tugs but the
May vs Noet, won by Wendllng,
or in calf, Oscar Mllllcan, first and railroads, $8,884,000 for continuing Oneonta tug will probably remain to
Repairs Building for Sample Room Had Been III With Slow Tuberculosis
second,; hofor, two. years old and. work on reclamation projects ,$6,000, convoy the Congress. Jonh Wlnzenreld ia repairing his For Two Years; Leaves
undor throo, Oscar Milltcan, first Tys6ri vs Mntliors, won by Spring building on Fourth street between
000, for aid to road building and for Four Children
holfor, ono year old and under two, flold, ;
national forest roads, $0,100,000, for Coburg Store Robbers Abandon Auto Main and A and is equipping it for an
Oscar Mllllcan, second and third; Wild, va Taylor, won .by Wendllng, Tho Ford automobile which was up to date sales room. Mr. Wlnzenreld Donna, Ore., Sept. 16. Mrs. Carrie
" rural .credits, $50,100,000 for develop-
iiolfer calf under ono year, Junior; ment ot merchant marlno and navy stolen trom Fred Langley ot Sllverton, says drummers will now have a placa Tho Springfield News. Mrs. Carrie
0-- 1 C.-- ,
Oscar Mllllcan, socond and third; herd, Op Their Way to. Pendleton auxiliary, and tho $10,000,000 odd In- by convicts who escaped from the to show their samples in Springfield, McQeo who lives orio mile south' of
Oscar Mllllcan, first state penitentiary at Salem about two something that has been impossible bore died Friday .morning September
F. II. Falrbrothor, doorgo Funk crease in river and harbor improve-
, ClhBH 7, HolHtoltis, bull calf under months ago, has been rocovored at tho In the past. This sample room may be 15 at 11 o'clock. Mrs. McGeq has
housor, W. T. Waltors, and Charles ments.
oho yoar'old, Junior, Woavor brothors,
Brfco ot JttdGofiold, Washington stop-po- This eminent Ropubllca,n authority bottom ot Canyon Crook canyon about used for any lino of goods needed In been ill with slow tuberculosis for two
first; bull calf undor ono yoar old, horo for halt an hour Friday morn in suggesting where retrenchment six miles south ot Canyonvlllo. The Springfield. Material was hauled Sat- years. Her maiden name was: Carrie
spnlor, Woavor brothors, first. Class Ing to soo men who Btole this car wore believed urday and work was started today and Thompson. Sho leaves four children ;
Mr. Falrbrothor's cousin, might havo boon mado to prevent such
10, JorHoys; Bull throo yoars old and to have been tho ones who robbed the tho building will bo in order In a few Everett, aged 16, Otis, aged 14, Esthqr
C. E. Lyon as thoy passod through "extra vnganco" would- - havo cut off
ovor, C. A. Swarts,, third; bull calf or roducod tho monoy thnt is to bo Coburg store about the tlmo tho auto days. aged 11 and Clifford aged S, She was
Sprlugflold on their way to Eastern 39 years ot ago.
undor ono year old, Bonlor, 0. A. Oregon nd to was taken. Tho oltlcors now say tho
tho Pendleton round spont for reclamation, for construction recovery Will Finish Bridge Work Soon The funeral services will bo .held
Swarts, first; holfor ,two yoars old up, Tho four mou aro of roads, for ostabltshtng tho rural of the. car gives them satis-
out for a pleas-ur-
credit system, for building the Alaskan factory evidence that tho thloves aro Another week or ten days will be re at the home, at two o'clock P. M.
nnd undor throo, C. A, S Warts, third;
and health trip and aro traveling
holfor, ono year old nnd undor two, tho samo. No trace has boon found ot quired to finish up the work or roln Sunday, September-17- ,
in an auto, Thor routo lod ovor. tho railroad, and other like purposos, In
C.. first and third; hotter eluding, of courso, tho dropping of the the men, forcing the steel S. 1 railroad bridge
McKonzle pass. west of town, according to C. Abrams, Mr, and Mrs. Earl Moore In Accident
cnlt undor ono yoar, Junior ,C. A. shipping bill.
SwartjirjBecond.,! . BHJ W tW0-TaJRT-
The Woods In addition to tho specific appro Ranch Suspends g who Is In charge of the crow at work
Hop-plckln- A runaway team, owned br travef
)t Class 11, grude cattle. "B" grado, M. M .Poory, Dr. W. .C, Rebhan, priations made by congress contracts Because of mold in tho hops, activi- Twenty-on- e men are being kept besy. tors,- ran Into a' buggy drives by-- Mr.
boot cattlo'', Bost boot stoor,-Osca- r Voby Steven's and p!V. Roof loft have been authorized In the sum ot ties wero ended, at the Manning Leo- and the large locomotive crano trom and Mrs. Earl Moore, la fraet'.efit
MllllcanV first. ' yestdrdiy ih'pr'n'in for1 a 'week's hunf $231,945,275, This authorization Is nard, hop ranch, Thursday. The crop Portland la: being used dally. Just American hotel on east.
Erdlrie' darruthore registered from ing trip! Thoy' will go out aliorit s'o nearly all on account of military and Is good this year, and had tho mold not nowvtiew counters , are being put ia Friday, mprnhig,. Mr.,ad
pprlngflold was glvon an awurd In tho miles oast ot Oakland1. ' It Is r'oporto naval affairs, chiefly on tho coast do appeared, it .la prpbab,lq that thor ancj new pasta installed pn tho ' ends. r'ecejvpd .exera painful ,bru.,les, ai
lrlB' project work, at tho Lanp county, tjiaj vpacl). wjll .brlpg in his wintoris. woul have been nt least t'YO, weeka" The work has been In progress about jono whoel of the
rig-.wa- s c'oajletelr
Jalr. supply of ineajt , . t . (Continued, on Pago 'Two) moro-plcWii- two weeks. 'dewdlUaejf. ' '