The evening news. (Roseburg, Douglas County, Or.) 1909-1920, October 12, 1918, Page 4, Image 4

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FOUR
THB EVENING NEWS SATURDAY. OCTOBER 12, 1018.
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.
Live-wire Doings of City
Will Return Homo Monday.
Mrs. Harold Smith, who has lioon
enjoying a visit with hor husbandi at
Foit Sterons Is expected home next
Monday.
Dr. Itnulliiini Making Improvements.
Dr. Goo. A. Bradburn Is making
some extensive improvements to his
benutlful home at Winstons. Con-
probably get along nicely unless
some unforseen complications dovel-
op.
"Deacon" AVns Going Some.
Marshal Hodges reports that Rob
ert E. Smith, our well known lellow
townsman, appeared before the city
recorder a few days ago and paid a
line of $3.50 for speeding. Accord
ing to Officer Hodges, Mr. Smith was
travelling about 150 miles an hour
when apprehended.
Rising Star Elects Officers.
At the meeting of Rising
Star
tractor J. B. Runyan is handling the ' lodge I. O. O. F. last night officers
wui-k aim expecw 10 nave it com
pleted early the coming week.
Patients Am Improving.
Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Lenox, who
have boon suffering from an attack of
Spanish Influenza, ore reported some
what improved today and both are
now on the rond to recovery and will
were elected to fill vacancies caused
by the resignation of R. L. Russell
who has been noole grand . during
the present term. Foster Butner,
vice giand was advanced to the chair
of noble grand, in accordance with
the customs of the order, while Hon.
A. C. Maraters was chosen as vice-grand.
Live-wire Doings of City;
NOTICE TO BAND MEMBERS.
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The Roseburg band does not
ariay tonight, owing to "cancel-
lation of the colebratlon.
'
make thoir future home. The best
wiahes of all their friends fallow
them to their new location.
Notice to Red Cross Worker.
All sewing that is being done for
the local Red CrosB and has not yet
been delivered to headquarters must
be sent In by the 20th of this month,
as a shipment will ue prepared for
that date, according to announce
ment made today by those in charge
or this branch of the work.
Leave for Josephine County.
Postmaster L. P. Relzensteln and
Dr. Lehrhaoh leave tomorrow morn
ing in Dr. Lehrbaoh's auto for a trip
to Josephine county, where they will
do some hunting near Merlin. While
there, Mr. Heizenstein and Dr. Lehr
bach will be the guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Fred Schmidt, who formerly
managed the county indigent home
near the fair grounds.
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Extra! Extra!
rig s-Rwcr, show at
Liberty Theatre!
SATURDAY ONLY
01111,8! Do your parents want you to marry Impossible young
men See how the heroine of "The Myslorlous Client" at tho
Liberty Theatre, Saturday only, proved to Jior father that she
could make hor own choice.
COMEDY RKAOH SPORTS
Pines Up and Palms
Down
MATIXEE 2:!J0
ADULTS 20c.
EVENING 7:30 AND-9:00
CHILDREN 100
Liberty Theatre!
SUNDAY AND MONDAY.
BURGLAR
Left for Portland Today.
Miss Dorothy Cannon, who has
been visiting with her father, Claude
Cannon during her annual vacation,
returned to Portland where Bho is
entering upon her third years in the
nurses' training course at tho Good
Samaritan hospital. Miss Cannon
hopes to see overseas service soon.
On Way to Mnrslifleld.
C. C, McCormick, of jazz dance
fame, accompanied by his orchestra,
passed through the city today en
route to Marshfleld. He has been at
Albany for the past week but states
that owing to tho epidemic of Influ
enza all danceB and places of amuse
ment have been closed for the pres
ent. He and his party are traveling
by automobile.
Some Fine Walnuts Received.
W. C. Harding, who has a fine
walnut orchard near Winstons,
brought to The News office today a
generous supply of these choice
nuts. They are of good size and well
filled with delicious "meat" evidence
that this county can grow walnuts
to a good advantage. This year's
crop at the Hardlne place was quite
large and all of fine quality.
Were On Job Early.
Two ambitious high school seniors
arose at the chilly hour of four o'
clock this morning to1 efface the
dlarlng '21 placed on Mt. Nobo by
some sophomores a few days ago.
Unable to secure the necessary white
wash with an '18 inscription, the
seniors had td content themselves
with a sLnuple erasure of the '21,
which left the well known '11, which
has been flaunted for seven years
past.
First Dentil at Eugene.
Eugene's first ileatfh. as a result of
'the lnfBuenza epidemic now preval
ent occurred at 12:30 p. m. today
'when Mrs. A. E. Bringham. of Chula
Vista, succumbed to pneumonia
wnich developed after an attack of
the Spanish malady, says the Eu
gene Register. Mrs. Bringham, who
was the wife of A. E. Bringham,
was taken ill with influenza Inst
Sunday. Wednesday evening pneu
monia symptoms appeared, and she
sank rapidly until the end.
Rov. Driver Will Prencli.
Rev. W. C. Driver, of tho chapel
car, "Good Will," wiho has been
preaching for the Baptist congrega-! urer of the Umpqua Valley Fruit Un
Hon for five weeks, will preach at ion, has resigned his place on the
that church two more Sundays. 1 board, due to some dissatisfaction
W. Bogard, of Glide, is
the many Saturday visitors
city.
among
in the
Mrs. M. J. Dunn went to Albany
and ; Portland this morning for a
ten days visit with friends and rela
tives. Fall planting Is best for onion sets
for early spring onions. Buy sets
now, home grown, at the Umpqua
Valley Fruit Unics. tl
Postmaster Will J. Hayner and
wire and John O'Mara. of Sutherlln.
were busines svisitors to Roseburg
today.
A. E. Gebhardt, examiner of the
I corporation department, who has
I been passing a few days in Roseburg,
reiurneo. to .Portland today.
Bunyan's Gardens are now ready
to take ordiers for dahlia bulbs.
Place your order now for your bulbs
to De aenvercd next May. Phone 38-J
204 W. Mosher St. tf
R. W'. Hinkley, secretaiy and treas-
FOR A
NIGHT
Played l,y .1 WARREN KI.MKIUAX, Violin solo ly the Hoy Artist.
Clyde Morris Gates. Special music by tho Liberty 4 piece orchestra.
Don't miss It!
Mat luce 2:30.
AhULTS -Mr.
Nigtiu 7:!I0 anil ll:(N
CHILDREN lOe
Next Sunday evening, October 13
there will be a special meeting for
railroad men and) their families. Mr.
Driver will preach a Bpeclal sermon
appropriate to the occasion and Mr.
and Mrs. Driver will sang the famous
railroad song, " "Life's Railroad to
Heaven." AH the railroad employes
of Rosoburg, office, shop, yard and
trains, are specially Invited together
wnn moir famines. Mooting at 7:30.
Many Letters From Overseas,
Many letters were received here
today from the boys in France among
wiium were juuus Kiddle, Leon and
John McOllntock, Bert Bates, Hub
Qnino, John Ash worth and George
Willett. They nre all well and
happy and having a real touch of war
life. Some of the boys are at the
front while other.! are scattered
about at different pointB. Julius Rid
dle wrltos that he has been 111 for
the paBt fow days, but nothing seri
ous, and a- tlie time of mailing his
letter was on the road to complete
recovery.
Edcnbownr Girl Married.
A quiet but very pretty wedding
house Wednesday evening when Rev.
house Wednosda yevenlng when Rev.
Father Walsh officiated nt the mar
rlago of Miss Anna Fest, or E-dipnbow-er,
to Eric G. Trozelle. of Portland.
The bride Is a charming daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. W. Pest, of Kden
bower, and popular nniong the
younger set of tho city. The groom
Is a foromnn In one of tho shipyards
at the metropolis. Arter visiting
wim menus and relatives they will
leave for Porllnnd wihcie thoy will!
with regard
board.
to, the policies of the
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC.
Owing to the fact that duties at
my farm are keeping me extremely
busy it will be impossible to make
further oanvass of. the county to
meet the many voters in behalf of
my candidacy for county commission
er, but I will appreciate your support
at tho coming general election.
ol9 EDWIN WEAVER,
WHAT ARE YOU DOING TO HELP
WIN THE WAR?
Here are three ways you can help:
Use one spoon of sugar Instead of
two.
Use substitutes instead of all flour.
Have your clothes cleaned and
pressed instead of throwing them
away. If there are no holes or tears
in them tliey are good for lots of
wear yet. You'll be surprised to see
them aiter they are cleaned up.
IMPERIAL CLEANERS.
(Try Our Way.)
t c cull mid deliver Phono 277
N K W TODAY.
WANTED A girl o
general housework.
woman for
Phone 363-L,
FOUND Watch, on Dixonville road.
Owner can get same at News of
llccby paying for ad.
GHKSE FOit SALE 40 Tolouse
geese for sale, cheiup. Inquire
1-F21. Address C. C, Long, Cleve
land, Ore. ' tf
MAJESTIC
ALWAYS A GOOP SHOW
Matineo Every Day, 2 to 5
Evenings, 7:30-11 New Time
TOIA ONE DAY ONLY ANNA MLSSON AXI FRANKLVV
FARXUM IN
"IX JUDGMENT OF"
A story of trust nnd devotion where u girl proves hor loynlty to
tho ninn alio loves. A beautiful roiimnco with n 'powerful ending
ANIMATED WEEKLY Homo very lntcrmtlnic war pictures In this
number.
MA HO LI) LLOYD IN "THE Dili IDEA."
Aliltlrs Ittc CHILDREN 10c
TOMORROW & MONDAY.
"THE GEEZER OF II10RLIN."
A travesty on "Tho Kaiser, tho ,liost of Devlin." Two reels of
golden laughter. Also on tho same program is lluth Clifford and
Kenneth Harlan in MIDNIGHT MADNESS. A Dluoblrdl mystory
drama In flve-aots.
Koxt Tuesday anil Wednesday Douglas Kulrtinnka In "American
Aristocracy" nnd a Mack Sonnet I gloom cliasor "Tho Tanuiiir of Tar
Hot Center."
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC.
The Slate Hoard of Health has ordered nil Theatres to exclude all
IKTuiMn "meeting wnil coughing.
Ladies!
Housekeepers!
Attention!
A shipment of brown cooking ware
Just received, including small yellow
nilvlng bowls, nnd an entirely new
pattern called tlio Iteno Egg lion I,
formed especially for use In beating
eggs, etc. Itaniikins, Custard Cups,
Ousorolci, Cossorolo Insets, Hewn
Pots, nnd a small assortment of
brown Too Pots. Also sovernl sizes
of Nappies,
Churchill Hardware Co.
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T. B. Busenbark, ot Melrose, was
in the city today on business.
A soldier will lead the music at
the Christian church Sunday night.
T. B. Busenbark, of Melrose, ran
In the city today on business.
Don't miss special song service at
the Christian church Sunday night.
Ed Weaver, candidate for county
commissioner, - was here from his
home in Myrtle Creek.
- Watson C. Lea, who has been pass
ing a few days in Roseburg left for
his home in Drain tibia morning.
The Missea Evea and Eva Apple
gate went to their home in Yoncalla
this morning to pass the week end.
Sit now for your Xmas fotos. The
best for your money at the only To
llable studio, which, of course, is
Clark & Clark, over Roseburg Na
tlonnl Bank. tf
- Mrs. Henry A. Smith, of RuckleB.
left for Camp Lewis to visit with rel-1
atlvea In tho service . at American
Lake. , ,
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- All the latest novelties tn portral-.
ture, at the only reliable Clark &
Clark Btudllo, over Roseburg Na
tional Bank. tf
Ira B. H.ddle, J. H. Clark and!
H. B. Church leave for (No Fog in!
the morning to try their luck In bag
ging some game.
Have your duds cleaned ana press
ed by Sloper, the cleaner and presser.
All work promptly attended to and
.vtlsf action guaranteed. tf
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Ktncald, who
have been the guests of Mr. and
Mrs. E. A. Petty for the pst few days,
returned to their home in Eugene
this morning.
-
E. H. Russell, Frank Parker and
Mrs. Brown and daughter, Thelma,
were Wilbur residents in the city to
day attending to business matters
and doing some shopping among our
merchants. I
School
Children
Don't let them suffer "from
poor eyesight!
Our optometrist Is at your
service for the examination of
your child's eyes have it made
today anu know to a certainty
whether or not glasses are
necessary.
BUBAR BROTHERS
Registered Optometrist.
104 Jackson Street.
Special Attraction!
AN
TH
MRS Tonight!
EATRE
7:30 AND 9:00
Children 10c, Adults 15c
JACK
PICKFORD
In his last picture before
entering the U. S. Navy
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A WONDERFUL PICTURE, A
HORSE RACE, A SMASH UP, A
LIVELY SCRAP TO SAVE A GIRL.
NO ADVANCE IN PRICES.
Children - 10c
Adults - 15c
HOW UNCLE 9AM MAKES STOVES
FOR THIS ARMY.
Screen Telegram
Latest War News
COMING!
TOMORROW SUNDAY & MONDAY
MARGUERITE CLARK IX
Uncle Tom's
Cabin
10c and 15c.
TCESDAY AXl WEDNESDAY,
The Public
Be Damned
A SEXSATIOXAL EXPOSURE OP
THE FOOD S1TUATIOX AXD ITS
CAUSE.
10c' and 15c.
TWO DAYS ONLY TWO DAYS ONLY
Thursday and Friday, Oct. 17 and 18
D. W. GRIFFITH
SUPREME TRIUMPH
"The Great Love"
JUST A8 GOOD A9 "THE HEARTS
OF THE WORLD," THE SAME
CAST. "THE GREAT LOVK" IS A
MIGHTY STORY OF WOMAX'8
REGENERATION KY WAR. THE
HAND THAT ROCKS THE CRADLE
IS THE HAND THAT CAN WIELD
A WEAPON AS POTENT AS THE
SWORD.
Admission
Children - - - - 10 c
Adults - - - - - - 25c