The evening news. (Roseburg, Douglas County, Or.) 1909-1920, October 04, 1918, Page 4, Image 4

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    FOUR
TUB EVENING NEWS FRIDAY, OCTOBER 4, 11)18.
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Those New Waists
Arriving Today!
Now is the time to make your selection-
and $3.98, newest styles
We Save You Money
on Every One.
Financial Backing
Our men at the front require finan
cial backdng that their requirements
limy be amply supplied. Remember
that you are backing them up nobly
when you subscribe to FOURTH
LIBERTY LOAN BONDS.
TheRosebuigNational Bank
Rosebur,Ore.
X
A MAN IS WHAT HE FEEDS ON
The housewife, looking to the family health, will buy whore Bhe can
get Fresh, Clouu Groceries. Our Htock is Clean and Sanitarily Kept
nd all goods are of the best manufacture. Orders personally look
ed after.
WALTER PATTERSON. IHE GASS STREETMCERV, PHONE 279
Ladies!
Housekeepers!
Attention!
A slUpmont of brown cooking ware
Just received, including small yellow
mixing bowls, anil on entirely now
pattern culled tlio Ilono Kgg Itovtl,
formed especially for uso In beating
eggs, etc. ItanilkliiH, Custard Oups,
OimNorolos, Ciwsoi-olo Insets, Itoan
Pots, mid a small assortment of
brown Ten Pots. Also several sizes
of Nappies.
i
Churchill Hardware Co.
MAJESTIC
ALWAYS A GOOP SHOW
J'avt-M Every Day, 2 to 5
Evenings, 7:30-11 New Time
UHMIAY liABT tHIANCIC TO Ni'.U
WIIUAM FOX l'RESUNTS ro.V KIDDIICS IN
Babes in the Woods
A Gorgeous plcturlratlon of charm and adventuro for young niuli old
"BOOrS AXI) SADDLES" Wlllli Tmn Mix. A w.-slvrn (wn-iutrt
Foxfilm comedy Hint will keep you laughing for thirty minutes.
ADULTS ISO
CHILDREN lOo
Tomorrow YIoIa Dana In "Fl.worn of the Dunk.'
Hunilny Oirnicl Myora in 'Hnwulwny HoaiHlnl."
Monday Mary MIIcn Mlntcr in "Homily and tlio Rogue,'
Noxt Tuesday nnd Wednesday Wlllliun 8. Hurt In "The Return of
Draw Kxnn," and another Mack Soiinctt nloom chnwr, "Wntch
Your NolghlHir."
THOSE RETORTED HURT
(By Associated VrQht.
WASHINGTON, Oct. 4. Tlio cas
ualty lists reported by the conimaa'i
lug general of the American expedi
tionary forces are as follows:
Killed in action 102
Missing iu action 172
Wounded severely 574
Died from wounds l4
Killed in aeroplane accident 1
Other accidents 6
Died of disease 24
Wounded, degree undetermined J 2
Wounded slightly 2
Prisoners C
' ' Stil
The only Oregon man named in tlio
casualty list la Nolan J. Rose, of Dix
onville. The young man is reported
wounded). A telephone call for rhe
Rose home this morning could not
locate the family, but it is under
stood that about two weeks ago the
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Win. H. Hose,
received a wire from the war depart
ment, stating that Nolan had aeeu
gassed. Since that time they have
received letters from the young man,
and it Is believed his injuries, while
serious, will not long disable him.
FIRE FISHES IRK
LONDON, Oct. 4. The German
retreat between Armentieres and
Lens has reached a depth of six
miles, and the allies are now within
six miles of Lille. British and French
troops north of St. Quentfn nave
reached the outskirts of Mont Bre
haln. Indicating that the enemy is
In general retreat is the fact that all
of the country belli mil the German
lines in Flanders is ablaze with lire
everywhere. The Germans have ap
parently aipplied the torch to com
plete the utter destruction of Bel-
glum as thy are forced out of the
country. Prisoners taken state that
the Germans are preparing to evacu
ate the Belgian coast country posi
tions held since 1914.
Ilosoburg cannot count more
loyal citizens in the city Hum Hall
Sely and Paul Uuddes, who, alter
three weeks of consistent canvassing
have gathered enough prune and
peach seeds to 1111 a large wash tub.
Recently the government made a
cull for all fruit cannors and fruit
users to proservo their pits since
they could bo used advantageously in
the construction of gas masks. Miss
10 va Atpplegato, who is the boys' in
structor at the Roso school, told her
pupils at the beginning of school of
tihe prune ipit drive and urged all lo
carry the message home to their
parents and to other homes wherever
possible. Hull amll Paul, who are
great chums, as well as great pat
riots, struck out next day to visit
the homes of their numierous friends
and found many housewives who
were not only willing Hut eager to
help out the cause. Little by little,
with a pint or a qjuar-t at a time, the
main roceivor, which was a wash tub
of goodly 'dllniensinns at the Seoly
home, becamo filled with prune mid
peach pits, which will bo used in
the construction of gas musks for
tlio American and n lifted soldiers'.
This Is an example of but one of the
''hits" done by these hoys since the
v tilted States entered tlio war.
MISS COSHOW c.lli:d.
Miss Leone Coshow, daughter of
lion, and Mrs. O. P. Coshow, has
been notified from headquarters at
Washington that her application for
sorvlco in the nurses corps has been
favorably received, and th3 young
lady joxpects to leave within a
month, probably for Tacoma, where
sho will receive special training, fol
lowing this special work Miss Co
show hopes to be sent overseas where
sho may assist in ministering to the
sick and wounded from tlio battle
front.
Live-wire Doings of City
Two Item Killed Near Cllde.
W, 11. Smith, superintendent of
the ilsh hatehory, near Glide. J. W.
Pox, also a resident of that section,
yesterday killed two bears in the
mountains near the North I'mpqua,
each of the hunters potting a prize.
Leave for Loon Iinkc
Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles Wharton
started on a motoring trip to Loon
Uiko. today, where Mrs. Wlhurton
will visit with her sister, Mrs. Ernest
Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Wharton will
go by way of Klkton and Mr. Whar
ton will try his luck at some hunt
inn. Addressed Student llody.
Prof. H. C. Seymour, of the ex
tension de-itartment of the Oregon
Agricultural College and Miss Ger
trude Wnrren. of the national bora
NKW TOO AY.
MALK HELP WANTED Men for
saw mill yard, steady work all
winter, 8 hours n dsiy. Govern
ment scale of wages. Free house
and wood for families. Apply U.
9. department of labor, federal
building, Uoseburg, nnd see boss.
GRAND OPENING!
n
U
liberty f leatre
MATINEE
2:30
October 5, 6, 7
EVENING
7:30-9:30
CRASHING
THROUGH
TO BERLIN
The most stupendous,
thrilling, authentic war
spectacle of the present
day! A historical review
of the great war from
the time of its beginning
with funeral of Arch
duke Ferdinand, to the
present.
Three and Four Piece Orchestra
Special Violin Solos by Clyde Morris Gates, the thirteen year old boy
violinist, composer and virturoso. . Don't fail to see the greatest war
picture just released. , ADMISSION 35c and 50c
2E5
nnd girls' club, were in Uoseburg
yesterday and addressed the high
school student body on industrial ,
work. Prof. Seymour will appear as
one of the lecturers at the teacher's
institute next week.
The
Engagement Ring
An emblem of sentiment and Joy,
should be a Solitaire Diamond,
flawless, perfectly cut and bril
liant! Let us show you some beautiful
gems of various sizes, ready for
mounting to order, nr in correct
settings ready for uso.
BUBAR BROTHERS
Registered Optometrist.
104 Jackson Street.
Judd's Feed & Sale Store
SEEDS!
Vetch, Cheat, Barley, Rye, White
and Grey Oats, Grass Seed.
FEUD.
Bran, Shorts, Mill Run, Rye
Shorts, Barley and Oat Shorts,
Boiled Oats, Rolled Barley, Berk
shire Hog Feed, Holstine Dairy
Feed, Carnation Dairy Feed, Al
falfa Meal, Scratch Feed, Chick
Food, Egg Producing Mash, Grain
Hay, Alfalfa Hay.
SECOND HAXD GOODS.
Several Good Stoves, Plows, Har
nesses, Collars, Sacks, etc. One
Broadcast Seeder and Cart.
AUTOMOBILES.
Now Briscoe Automobiles, the Car
with the V4 million dollar motor.
One Ford Touring Car in fine con
dition. DOX'T FORGET.
I buy, sell or trade anything. If
you have anything you don't want
bring it to me.
Just come in a little while.
The bargains here will make you
smile.
J. M. JUDD
Empire Barn.
Kosobnrg
Fresh Eastern oysters, any style. Phone 11F25 for wood. R. Stubbs,
at the Grand Grille. tf A'elrose. tf
J. H. SINKER
SHEET
METAL
WORK
OF ALL KINDS
119 OAK ST. PHONE 428
DELCO-IiGHT
The complete Electric Light and
Power Plant
Economical In operation. Runs
on kerosene, gasoline or gas.
R. E. HARNESS
Hosouiirg .... Oregon
WHEAT!
fTE have arranged for warehouse privi
eges, and can store your wheat until
car for shipment is available, thus
avoiding inconvenience of rushing hauling
after the car is placed.
We will sell your wheat, getting .you the
highest possible price, or we will buy it out
right, paying you spot cash. See us be
fore disposing of your wheat.
Peoples Supply Co.
License No. G249G3.
Jersey Creamery Butter
1-4 lb. Prints
FRESH DAILY.
DOUCLAS COUNTY CREAMERY
SHOE ECONOMY
Have worn Bhoes repaired by re
liable workman. Prices right
W. S. HOWARD, 214 Jackson St.
ANTLERS
T H E A T R E
TODAY ONLY
ADULTS 15c. CHILDREN 10c
STARRING UNA CAVALIER IN
"LOVE'S CONQUEST"
During the filming of "Love's Conquest," the Paramount starring
vehicle for Llna Cavallerl, the celebrated diva, who is widely
known as "the most beautiful woman in Europe," and the posses
sor of the richest array of jewels ever worn by any woman on the
operatic stage, intense excitement was created when a big lion all
but clawed his trainer to death. Thousands of persons who were
in the vicinity at the time became panic-stricken but their fears
were soon relieved when studio attaches rescued the trainer and
beat the animal until he was scarcely able to move. And THK OF
FICIAL WAR REVIEW, SHOW1NO THE GREAT DRIVE.
SATl'RDAY ONLY Y"THE MIA VEST WAY"
ADUTT9 15c.
Sessile Havitkuwa.
CHILDREN 10c
SUNDAY AND MONDAY WILLIAM S. HART IN "BLUE RLAZES
RAWDEX" ONE OF HIS LATE ARTCRAFT PICTURES.
ADULTS HOC CHILDREN 10c