The evening news. (Roseburg, Douglas County, Or.) 1909-1920, September 28, 1918, Page 4, Image 4

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    THH EVEKPiG NEWgaA'J tlilDAY, 8Kin'KMliii liH, jOlti.
FOUR
Those New Waists
Arriving Today!
Now is the time to make your selec-tion--$2.25
and $3.98, newest styles
We Save You Money
on Every One.
Incorporated
Live-wire Doings of City
TO
STffi LIBERTY DRIVE
DRAFT LOTTERY IS
SET FOR
The fourth liberty loan drive,
which was Btarted among the rail
road employes today promises to go
100 ipor cent strong, since these peo
ple have responded liberally to each
call of the government thuB far. The
administration requested that those
employed with railroads await this
drive in, ordter to systematize pay
ments. The toonda may be paid In
cash or installments terminating In
el irht. months, and In caso tho third
111 1 I Knn.1 l...n nnf Vnt ImAII TirftWt
i.. ..n n.l..nt4nna'rni Ilia ' ilreiff ImArfla US OUickl.V IIS the l'Bt
fourth will not be made borore Jan-' can be printi-d and put into tho nands
uary, 1919. Those In charge of so-'of tho l-oaids by mail.
Hcttlnir for tlUs district aro George1 It will be necessary Mils time to
Edlund. 03. M. Bowers, o. o. Jon-
nings, W. B. Evorton, R. W. Gllvin,
uASHiNOTON. Sept. '27. Mon
day. September 30, was set by Pro
vost Marshal Goneral Crowdor today
nn ii.n lulu for the nutloi.nl 1raft lot
tery to determine the order, In the
clasBeB to which they will be assign
ed, of the 13,000.000 mon from 18 to
45 who registered lor selective rc-
vlM Qnnlnmhpr 12.
The drawing will tal'e plnca pub
licly in the senate ofUce nunuing one
Hm numbers will be glvtj lo tlic
nd the country By awim-i
Jl W. Maddox. J. W. Tynan, w. w.
Bonebrake, A. Cofnn, H. A. Wolch
leln, V. B. Dninoan, E. C. Adams,
8. V. Starmer, l' F, Brand, Milo
Atterlxury, W. A. Morlan, G. It. Sin
gleton, H. H. HIdlnger, F. D. New
land, L. E. WardBWorth, L. C. Adl
Riiis and Harry Harris. The majors
organizing tho work for this dlBtrlct
are P. H. Tynan, G. L. Flint, D. S.
Weir and C. B. Baiter.
SOMEBODY IS FIGHTING
draw one at a time npprox'.uiaieiv
17 nno cansules containing The wrial
numbers, and It will require npproxl
aii hours to complete the task,
When the question of telegraphing
the ordor of the numbors was inves
Hmiieii it was found that to do bo
would have entirely occupied all the
facilities for distributing news tor ai
lnnt 24 hours continuously. It
meant that for 24 straight hour, pos-
nlblv more, not a. single worn 01
nows of tlhe war or events at home
eouild have been. puUliKiiou.
Aro you willing to help? This is tho
greatest opportunity to do your
Mlinro In this great conflict'. Buy till
It hurts. Evory dollar 'helps but the
more you put into it the quicker we
will get this struggle over. Mako
It your slogan BUV A BOND and
seo that you nsk evory one you meet
to buy one. The little red bordered
flag should be displayed in every
window.
IMPERIAL CLEANERS
(Try Our Way.)
We call audi dollvor l'hono 277
Fried spring chicken, rrlcnsseo nnd
aueclal chicken pies evory Sunday at
the Roseburg Cafoterla. Open untlll
12 p. m. Sohrt orderB. tf
CASUALTI ICS RICI'OUTKD.
WASHINGTON, Sept. 28. The
following casualties are reported by
the commanding genorni or me u. b
nxnnditlonai-Y forceB:
Killed Jo action 104
Missing in action 20
Wounded severely 174
Died from wounds 54
mod from aeroplune uccldbnt 1
Died of accidents
Dlod from uiboobo 23
I'lisoners 3
387
Ouo Oregon man only waa men
tloned among .uo casualties, Fred
erlck V. .Oompton, of Milton, re.,
reported severoly wounded.
Has Fully Recovered.
Mrs. Kay E. liaisters, who recent
ly undorwnnt an alteration at Mercy
hospital, has fully recovered .Hid re
turned to her Home in una civ.
Arrives at North Hampton.
Miss Esthor Pearson, who lett this
miv annio limn aco. haa arrived at
North Hampton, mobs., wneio ui.
will enter Smith College, one of the
largest institutions lu America, iui
the ensuing term.
Hud No 1'all Lights,
Dr. B. R. Shoemaker, A. H. Fer
guson, C. S. Beals, H. L. Newby and
8. C. Baitrum, who were nrreaieu
yesterday for parking their cars
without tall lights, appeared before
City Recorder Whltpple thlB morning
to pay $1.00 for their offense.
Murshllold Tourists Here.
F. E. Wilson and daughter, Kath
arine, Mrs. M. R. Smith, Mrs. T. B.
James and son, Burr, and Mrs. E.
i. rioxter. a narty of tourists from
Marshneld, passed through the city
this morning enroute Home auer a
visit to northern parts of the state.
Htort on Eastern Trip.
Mm k. A. Dunlan and daughters,
Mr. v. R. Dunlan. of Roseburg. and
Mrs. Roy Gearhart, of Ashland, sinn
ed on a trip to eastern poims uub
nrnmins. The nartv expect to apenu
muchi of tlielr time In Iowa, where
Mrs. Dunlap'fl sister, whom sno nas
not seen since she wo nine years old:,
about 60 years ago, 1b living. They
plan to be gone nuoiit a moniii.
ISody of Soldier Arrives.
The body of Walter L. Cozad, who
died at Caiim Lowls thlB week, of
brachial pneumonia, arrived at
Itoseburg this morning, accoiiipmueu
by Private H. G. Prey. The funeral
will take place at nooning um,
deaill boy's home, tomorrow at two
o'clock. Rev. Quick will conduct the
service and interment will take place
at the Looking Glass cemetery. The
deceased was 21 years oi age.
Article lo Mlljsic and Musicians.
An article has lust appeareu m
ho intuit iRsue of Music and Musi
cians, a popular musical pcrmm,,
of the northwest, by Mrs. Elhelyn
Bannonnan Campbell. The subject
of the article Is Codowsky, one of
the foremost pianists oi me unueu
c,.,tnii who was uecured by the mu
sicians of Portland for a month's
series of classes tills snimmer anu
under whom Mrs. Campbell took
several weeks of work.
AiwnifjMl Overseas Service.
Attorney uiiaries r . uiitv
nnivori, wnnl that his daughter,
Wlnnlfredt, vWho has boon employed
i.v Mm imvnrnmont civil sorvlce com
mission at Soattlo for some time, has
i.n imcnntert liv tho American Red
rvnsn for service ovorseas. Miss
Himklns expects to cross within
verv short time. The loyal manner
in which Roseburg young women
hae responded to tholr country s
call, shows that thoy uro as willing
lo do their part as the boys, who aro
going over there.
AOALVST CIGARETTES.
. .
(By Associated Press.) '
PORTLAND, Sept.. 28. The
Methodist ministers of Oregon
have adopted a resolution at
their conference , now In ses-
slon In this city declaring that
the distribution of cigarettes
and tobacco among the soldiers
to be iniquitous and a destruc-
live practice, , !
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KEV. SPENCER SELECTED.
(By Associated Press.)
PORTLAND, Sept. 28. The
Methodist conference In ses
sion hero has selected J. C.
Spencer as the Roseburg minis
ter of the church at that placo
Tho Roseburg circuit Is yet to
be supplied.
OVER THE TOP MONDAY.
PORTLAND, Sept. 28.
(Special to The Evening News.)
The state, outside of Port-
land, Ib expected! to make Its
quota of liberty bonds by
Monday. Portland's quota will
not be filled until some days
later.
The
Engagement Ring
An emblem of sentiment and Joy,
should be a Solitaire Diamond,
flawless, perfectly cut and bril
liant! Let us show you aome beautiful
gems of various sizes, ready for
mounting to order, or In correct
settings ready for use.
BUBAR BROTHERS
Registered Optometrist.
104 Jackson Street.
I'rof. McMillin Transferred.
WoiTd has been received hero that
Pror. Fred McMillin, who was the
manual training instructor of tho
..oselmrg high school last winter,
and who enlisted in the spring as a
chemist at Bremerton . navy yards,
lias been Bent by the government to
a munitions factory In Maryland,
wlhoro ho Is tho cMor analytical
cnemlst for tho manufacture of
T. N. L., tho most deadly explosive
used In shell making. The manner of
the transfer was very mysterious, Mr.
.McMillin being fliBt ordered to Den
ver, then on to unicago, wnero ne
was sent to Pittsburg ana from there
to Maryland. Prof. McMillin was
verv popular in Tloseburg, being one
nr the lloy Scout mosterB and also
the leader of the high school cauel
organization instituted last year.
licit n Big Buck.
Sheriff George Qulne and Mr.
Glover and son. of Portland, have
lust returned from a few days hunt
ing trio on Nichols mountain. After
three days of conscientious huntlui
Sheriff Qulne was returning homo
without the "bacon" when suddenly
union his horizon loomed a handsome
buck, which proved to be a good tar
get for the sheriff gun, was snot
down and brought 'home as proof of
any atories that might get abroad! as
to his prowess as a marksman.
Weiner Roust laist Night.
A very enjoyable "weiner" roast
was given at Green last night by Mr.
and Mrs. W. C. Winston for Miss
Gladva Lenox, their granddaughter,
who is about to leave for the Oregon
Agricultural College, where she will
enter mpon hor sophomore year at
that Institution, and for Clarence
Lenox, their grandson, who Is here
from Fort Sill. Okln., where. he Is In
the aviation branch of the army Bor
vice.
Km-ivnl of Book nnd Bag Club.
In a revival of the Book and Bag
club, the Misses Marie and Erma
Martens entertained i at their home
last evening. The attractive Martens
home was decorate with bowls of
flowers. After a pleasant evening
at sewing and reading, dainty re
freshments wore served by the de
lightful hostesses. Those participat
ing In the party wore the Misses
Letltia Abrams. Lulu Wells, Mabel
C'hilds. Hortonse Eppley, Ruth Wil
son. Anna Caldwell, Bernlce Kinscr,
Margaret Page. Mrs. Carl Wimherly
and Mrs. Russell.
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"To Hell Willi Tlio Kaiser" hIiiiwh the way in which WUIielm II pliiiigvil the world ln(o war. Tho
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Tho most startling ideture of the century.
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Magazines! Lowest clubbing offers.
Fiction Library. o2p
Miss Violet Godloy, of Wilbur,
passed the day In Roseburg.
Superintendent Oscar Oorrell, of
Oaklandl Is lni Roseburg on business
today.
Phone 11F25 for woo(L R,
Melrose.
Stubbs,
tf
Vearl Yoltum left for Yohcalla this
morning where sho will teach schoul
this winter.
The best koaaK nmsntne. Clark s
Photo & Kodak Shop. tt
Mrs. W. W. Thackrah went to
Cottage Grove today to enjoy a two
weeks vacation at that city.
Fresh Eastern oysters,
at the Grand Grille.
any style,
tf
be called by the government at any
time.
Fried spring chicken, fricassee and
special chicken pies every Sunday at
the Roseburg Cafeteria. Open until
12 p. m. Short orders. tf
Mrs. S. L. DeLapp and sister, Miss I
Katheryn Williams, departed for
Los Angeles this morning. Mi's. De-
Lapp (plans on making a two months
visit while Miss Williams will prob
ably remain for a year In southern
California.
Mark F. Jones, of Spokane, a resi
dent of this city about 33 years ago.
is visiting In the city. He was en
tertained at the eoldiers' homo hy
Commandant and Mrs. Markee, yes
terday, and enjoyed hts visit there
greatly.
Mrs. J. P. Phillips aad daughter.
Lula, of Sutherlln. who have been
ongaged In prune picking on the
Fred Hatfield ranch for two weeks,
returned home this morning. '
AUTO PAINT SHOP
We have juBt opened up the best
and Bafest auto paint shop In the
city. Shop Is brick, and safe from
Sre. Machines painted reasonable
V.S. PATTERSON & CO.
TRY VS.
212 Main St., Corner of Oak.
jB CITY NEWS 0
Dr. A. F. Sether,
hind on business,'
ilosoburg Monday.
who Is in Port-
will return to
Robert IS. Smith, manager of the
liberty loan campaigns lor Oregon
will pass the week end with his fun
ny in itosoburg, uiiivnig from Port
land this e tiling.
Tho freshmen of the Roseburg
high aohool, had a picnic at Maple
Grove last evening. Miss Alice Le
land chaperoned tho party.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Roy lson and chil
dren are In the city today from the
Kohlluigcn ranch on the North Ump
nun uttfnllng to business matters
and visiting with friends.
H. R. Turner, who is in Grants
Pass this week assisting in the har
vesting of his grape crop, has ship
ped In some sample crates of hisi
fruit and they aro all that Rogue
River grapeii should be.
Mr. ami Mrs. George rtolter. who
have boon making their home in
Portland for the past us months, re
turned to Roseburg tue middle of
the week. Mr. Uolter is engaged as
an engineer by the Southern Pacific
Company. 1
Ono thousand lbs. onion sots and
Tew pounds Oregon Yellow Danver
onion seed grown by Lloyd Cole,
Roseliurg, for salo at the Umpqua
Valley Fruit Union. Order early, tf
V. S. Hogan. tho Oakland borber.
was In the city yesterday looking
nftor business matters, lie just re
cently returned from Sou Francisco
where he enjoyed a visit with his
son, who is stationed! ou the bartle
shlp Oregon.
Miss Mildred Parks left for Eu
gene this morning. Miss Parks, who
Is entering uKn her senior -ear at
tho University of Oregon, Is taking
nn adv&ncadi course In library work,
which she expects to follow upon
graduation.
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. McCalley and
son left today for Albany, where they
will pass two weeks visiting with
friends.
Cull apples ana pears for sale.
Umpqua Valley Fruit Union. Bring
your boxes. tf
Gerald Geddes leaves tomorrow
for Salem whore he will attend the
Willamette university during the
coming winter term;
Go to the Grand Grill and order
fresh Eastern oysters, served In any
style. tt
A suit has been filed in the circuit
coturt for money by Dj Vandervt,
against H. Yy Horn. L. N. Travis Is
attorney lor the plaintiff.
Kodak finishing by one wno knows
how to give you the best. Clark's
Photo & Kodak Shop. tf
Miss Florence Wharton and Miss
Mary Campbell leave in the morn
ing for Corvnllis, where Uiey will at
tend the Oregon Agricultural College
this winter.
Fried spring chicken, fricassee and
special chicken plea every Sunday at
the Roseburg Cafeteria. Open untlll
12 p. ni. Sohrt orders. tf
The dance at Dixp.nville last night
waB a very pleasant occasion, many
people from Roseburg driving out to
enjoy the evening. Music was fur
nished by Ott's orchestra.
Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Terrell, of
Medford, arrived in Roseburg today
where tthey wiV visit with Mayor and
Mrs. N. Rice, and Mr. and Mrs. H. S.
French.
Prof. H. Omer Bennett, of the
Sutherlln public school, was a visit-,
or to the city today. He reports his
work nt that place (progressing nice
ly with a good enrollment of schol
ars. Miss Kdiia Parsley, who was a tele
phone operator in Roseburg 1 1 years
ago and who has since been employ
ed In Portland with the telephono
company, is visiting Mr. and Mrs.
Wendell Wriflht and other friends In
tho city. Miss Parsloy, who has en
listed for service overseas, expects to
I.XCE AT KIDDliK PAVILION.
Wednesday. October 2. Given by
the Honor Guard. Admission $1.00.
tallies 1 He. Supper will be served by
Honor Guard. Music by Ott's or
chestra. 02
NUW TODAY.
WAN'TIOD A lady to do young
man's washing and mendling. Ad
d ress Z. News. olp
FOR SALE 2nd hand cider mill and
several empty barrels. J. W. Tol
miin. lCdcnliower.
WANTED A seconu handl wood saw
and rack, suitable for a ranch. W.
L. Cobb, Roseburg, Or.
FOR TRADK Holstoin 3-year-old
bull to exchange for fresh cow. J.
B. Kurti. Dixonville.
FOR SALB Strong, double hack
and good single harness, medium
size. Apply R. Retcmin. Phone
15F14. , ol lp
Ladies!
If it is Brown or Gray shoes you are
wanting better come right along, now.
We have just unpacked some of the
daintiest creations we have ever had the
pleasure of owning. Yes we can fit you.
ROSEBURG B0QTERIE
IRVIN BItUNN.
SHOES THAT SATISFY.
PERKINS BUM., CASS ST.
Ladies!
Housekeepers!
Attention!
A shipment of brown cooking ware
just received, including small yellow
mixing bowls and an entirely new
pattern called the Reno Egg Roul,
formed especially for use in beating
eggs. etc. Rariilkins, Custard Cups,
Casseroles. Casserole Insets, Bean
Pots, and a small assortment of
brown Tea Pots. Also several sizes
of Nappies.
Churchill Hardware Co.
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