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THE EVENING NEWS
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TCntnmi u second-claes matter,
November G, 1908, at Roseburg, Ore.,
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TUESDAY, OCTOBER 22, l"t.
REPUBLICAN TICKET
General Election. November B, 1918.
Get Behind the Men Who Are Behind
The Boys at the f ront
United 8tates Senator (6hort term)
Fred W. Mulkey, of Multnoman.
United 8tates Senator (Long term)
Charles L. McNary, or Marion.
Representatives In Congress
First District
W. C. Hawley, of Marlon.
Second District
' N. J. Slnnott, of Wasco.
Third District
C. N. McArthur, of Multnomah,
Governor
James Wlthycombe, of Marlon.
State Treasurer
O. P. Hoff, of Multnomah.
Justice of 8upreme Court
Charles A. Johns, of Multnomah.
Attorney-General '
George M. Brown, of Douglas.
Superintendent of Publlo Instruction
j. A. unurcnui, 01 aaaer.
Labor Commissioner
C. H. Gram, of Multnomah. "-
Publlq Service Commissioner
Fred A. Williams, of Josephine.
Superintendent Water Division No. 1
Percy A. uupper, oi Marion.
Superintendent Water Division No. 2
George T. coenran, oi union.
.Why Make a Change at This Timet
RATIONING GASOLINE.
When you read about the enorin
ous fleot of motor trucks to be put
to work In France, It is evident that
the drain on the gasoline supply is
coinir to be enormous. And
crent airplane forces must have an
other vast supply.
Shui'D restrictions upon the use
of Kusolliio In this country Beom in
ovltable. The governments course
will not pormit groat quantities of
Wis to be used In pleasure riding
lr the army work is being held up
for lock of motive power. It would
not be at nil BUrpriBing to see pleas
mo riding protty nearly stopped be
fore the war is over.
Otor joyridora can standi It for a
Bhort time. There are plonty of
people who run cars 10,000 mllos
a year Just for plonsuro. And they
may not tnko long tours at that.
With 200 to 300 miles ovory wook
end and holiday, several shorter
rides through the wook, and a lot
ofr Ultlo excursions summer evenings
just to cool olf. It Is not a difficult
thing, with a smooth purring motor,
to run off 10,000 mllos.
If the car Is burning lip n gallon
evory ten miles, Uh consumption of
1200 gallons n yoar would carry an
army truck some distance.
As to the fresh air necessary to a
man's honlth, tho follow who runn
his car .1000 to 4000 miles a yoar
can got a lot of It. Pleasant coun
try sconos within 25 mllos of his
ft nine town nro just as refreshing as
those 100 miles nwny. Somo of lis
would have a lot hotter health if we
would walk to and from business,
instead of fooling tho Iron benst must
cart us every stop. So thero in
plenty of chance to save gasoline
for army use, without Intorforonco
with the well being of tho ponplo.
If people wljl rostrlct tholr plonsuro
riding ronsonnbly, tho government
will not ho forced to rogulnto tho
uso of gnsollno so drasttcnlly as
othorwlso Is Inevitable.
' LABOR. AI'TUIt Till? WAR.
Somo of the brightest mlnils of
the country are now working on tho
'problem oi' Dndlng work for nil the
sold'lors after tho war. Wo have
boon slow in tnklng up this problem.
The oilier nations have boon work
ing on It almost from tho start or
tho war. Our readjustment from a
p:clllc nation to a wnrlikn one was
so siuldoii and startling, that It gave
lis little tlnio to study this groat
1ucstton.
Tho Idea of getting largo numbers
of tho returnlirT soldiers to take
farms, has been much discussed, and
Iboro Is great merit In It. lint this
nt host will tako enro of only a frac
tion or them. Somo way must tie
found to socuro emnloyment for tho
reBt. If a largo part of theeo men
should remain Idle, It wouliftrente
Industrial depression. The effect
upon the character of those unable
to find work would not be good.
It Is going to toko n very thorough
organization all over tho country to
accomplish this work. Thorn should
1)0 a commission to look after It In
every stnto, with representatives In
every county. Tho most obvious
tiling of course Is to get the soldier
back Into Ills old Job If possible.
(Kmployors should bo made to feel
that tho sentiment of the community
demands that men be tnken back,
oven If It makes Inconvenience to
other peotplo.
There would no doubt be many
cases where soldiers could get bet
ter jobs Mid till vacancies now ex
isting, if they could have a little vo
cational trainlnu or other education.
The Kovernment ought to make It
asy tor men to get needed training
by which they could advance. All
kinds of construction worn. u upu
so hold up by the war, that enter
prises or this kind! ouRlit to mane
a considerable demand for labor, if
the thing is taken hold or systema
tically, it should be possible to put
all the soldiers to work.
PEACE.
When war is over and the Huns
Are whipped on land and sea;
When nations that they overthrew
Are from their bondage free;
We'll mane them answer for this war
w.i,iih thev. for eain. begun:
Then over all the world shall reign
The peace that we nave won.
ALDEN HARNESS.
PLANT IS BOMBED
LONDON, Sept. 30 (Correspond
in nt The Associated PresB). The
Badlsche noison gas plant at Mann-
helm, In the Rhine valley. Is a favor
ite object for "strafing" by the Brit
ish airmen. Throe consecutive raids
nnn it hv nlcht have extensively
inmnirfid it The raidorB' bombs
nrtiv dnntroved the BUlphurlo acid
and nitric vitriol factory andl the
aniline department. Other buildings
of the nlant were wrecked.
The other factories at Mannheim
have been heavily, bombed eleven
Union.
A heavy death roll has attended
numerous air nttncko on uoiogncami
nnhinnx where the Germans are
being heavily repaid In their own
enin for their murderous work on
London and Paris. The factories and
railway station at Sanrbruecken have
been bombed ten times y me mil
iar.! Karlsruhe, live nines; Frank-
fort-on-the-Rhlno, three times;
ui nit nnd Zweebrneckon, twice.
Mont of the air attacks In the
Ithlne provinces have been directed
acalnst the key railway centers,
ni.tnlilv those at ThlonvIMo and Met
SL'blon. The famous railway triangle
i urntz-Snblon an the Junction at
Ti.innvilln have been raided forty-
six times. Photographs taken by the
attacking airmen confirm the extent
and niagnltute of the damage done.
Wlar trafllc through Metz-Sablon
, i,n materially reduced as a re
sult of the ren.uont raids at a time
whon quick and regular transport oi
munitions W08 V1UU (O Merman;
mlllliirv needs.
The big industrial centers on the
Rhine contain, in addition to Import
ant iniiwnv functions. Bonie of the
larirost munition, . poison gas and
oioniHcnl nlants in Western Ger
many. These military objectivos
have been attacked repeatedly with
marked effoct.
LONDON, SEPT. SO. (By mall)
Wounded audi with bipod Btream
lug from one of its eyas, a. enrrior
pigeon fluttered to the ground In a
British aerodrome, almost exhausted.
The messago It carried was the ono
word "Attacked".
Tho bird was one of four which
had boon taken out In two seaplanes
on patrol duty In the North Sea. It
was known that a Gorman patrol of
nt leust six machines was In the vi
cinity. Thoso had swooped down on
tho llritlsh flyers and, bofore help
summoned by the pl-ieon could ar
rive, hnd quit the light nndi flown!
away, in nccoriianco witu mo usu.u
tlonnan air tactics of not rising an
engagement with oqunl forces.
Tho pigeon, which has recovered
rroin Us wound, has been "pensioned
off" war Bervlco.
Thore aro numerous casos whore
mossnges carried by pigeons have re
sulted In the rescue of occupants of
wrockod Beaplanos. In ono, a bird,
at tho cost of Its Ufa brought a mos-
XOLOMONtY SwWE
TtA.T I WONT tM"N6
MORE ICE CREEM WMtS
HyMTJ WITH JUSER. NOR
NO MOHJv CANTJY WHAT'S
MAiD WitI SUOfR.
HONEST AW -rHOO
CHO MY -HAHX
A MEN I
HEPOIC
PIGEON PENSIONED
FOR WAR SERVICE
rt)f cones I'te
' J5 COOKIES
AN
Fashion's Newest Designs
Crepe de Chine and Georgette Waists
JUST COME IN
NEW DRESSES ALSO
New York's Latest Styles
Beautiful models in Serges, Jerseys, Silk or Satin, for the Miss
or her Mother; for the slender type or Special Designs for stout
women. Reasonably priced.
BURCHARD'S
131 North Jackson St.
sage that saved si British airmen
adrift In the North Sea. Alter de
livering its message, the pigeon foil
dead from exhaustion. The wrecked
airmen were on the point of death
when rescued, having had no food
audi little water for days.
YANK SOURCE OF
CONTINUED INTEREST
BEHIND THIS ALLIED LINES IN
FkAiNCE; Sept. 30. (By a Cor
respondent of The Associated Press).
The American soldier Is a source of
continual interest to the troops of
the other nations with whom he is
lighting side by side, and to the
people of France. They have been
vastly impressed by the wholeheart
ed way in which he carries out his
duties. On parade and on the march
he regards his work with tlje utmost
seriousness, and every American
column that pusses loaves an Impres
sion of set. resolute rnces very air
ferent from the nonchalant attitude
of the .British Tommy. In ni8 mo
ment of repose, the "Yank", as he
is called everywhere In France,
looks for a building with a short
lliirht of steDB to tho door, for he
gathers there with his friends, ami
oats nuts and chocolates in prodi
gious quantities.
Of an evening the "Yanks" regi
mental band minys to him. The
selections art) not. "uplift stuff", bu
they oheer tho tired Holdlur amaur
Ingly, Perhaps a couple of soldiers
will Jumip up and do n one-step to
gether up and down the sidewalk.
MONDAY It) HAJtUAIN DAT.
Monday Is bargain day at the
Roseburg Cleaning and Pressing
Works. Men's suits French Dry
cleaned and pressed for $1.00. All
work given prompt attention. Bar
gain day prices do not Include call
ing for clothes or making deliveries.
Bring your clothes In. tl
CLASSIFIED COLUMN
KOIt JII5NT. 4 room modern fur
nlshedi bouse. Inquire at 547
Stephens street, or phono 454-lt.
FOR SALE Splendid butcher buf
nosB In rich town near Roseburg.
D. N. Mclnturff, Oakland, Oro
gon. If
FQn SAL15.
40 head of good ewes
in lots to suit purchaser. B. R.
Banning, Roseburg. Phone 14F32.
FOR SALE Eight lots and small
house, good location, city water,
etc., $485. Inqulro Nows. w
FOR SALE Or will oxchnngo for
small stock ranch, block of Rose
burg property, small houso, some
fnilt trees. Inquire at Nows. w
to'"' 'f '"i1 - r.,
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8. fSwd Adtulnlfltrmllua.
.SACRIFICE.
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SQUARE STORE
The Exclusive
FOR SALE 15 tons of baled -hay,
$20 tons at the barn II taken be
fore Nov. 0. Phone 3F2'L
FOR SALE Pair of horses, weight
about 2500. Phone 14F14. Or will
trade for cattle.
RESTAURANT FOR SALE A good
paying business. Inquire at the
Grand Grill. Reason for selling,
want to leave. .
FOR SALE 3-rooni modern cot
tage, lot 50x175; $100 handles
this; balance terms. Inquire 1133
Harvard St.
FOR RENT Rooms suitable for high
school students or telephone girlB.
Mrs. D. T. Stucker, Harrison and
Harvard streets, West Roseburg.
II03SES From cohb to 1500
pounds weight; will trade for
young cattle, or for a Ford. Will
be in Roseburg after Friday, Sep-1
tomber 13. Inquire at The News i
office. Henry Kernan.
FOR SALE OR TRADE Draft
horse, will work anywhore. True
and sound, alBO double work har
ness. Will trade for 2nd hand
mower and hay rake, or a bargain
for cash. Phone 11F25. .Melrose.
WANTED .
WANTED Retoucher at C. W. Clark
Photo btudio, 125 Cass st.
WANTED 10.000 gram sacks Ber
ger's Junk Shop. Phone
TIB MAKERS WANTWD-Oregon Tie
& Lumber Co., Oakland, Ore. o-25
WANTED A girl or woman for
general housework. Phone 363-L.
WANTED To buy 5000 second hand
sacks. Spot Cash Basket Grocery.
A. G. Dunlqp.
CATTLE WANTED No Jerseys. In
quire Oscar E. Weeks, Ruckles,
Ore. n4
WANTED A womnn for general
housework; wages $10 per week.
Inquire 1137 Harvard Ave.
WANTED rOld magazines in 20 to
30 lb. bundles, tied up, at Berger's
Junk Shop. Phone 182. tf
WANTED Woman or girl to assist
in housework In country. Address
Mlddleburg, Roundl Prairie.
BOYS WANTED To oarry papers
in morning before school. Apply
Hnllard'B cigar Btore after 8 p. in.
WANTED Four men; four dollars
per day and eight hours. Grants
Pass Construction Co., Dlllard,
Oregon.
WANTED By experienced snlosman,
position in either hardware, gents'
furnishing or grocery store. Ad
dress "Salesman", c-o News.
WANTED to hear from owner of
good Rnnch for sale.
State cash
D. B Lush,
price, full description.
.Minneapolis. Minn.
WANTED Scrnip Iron, metal, rub
ber, rags, chlttlm bark, hides and
wool. Berger's Junk Shop. Phone
182.
WANTED Four or five dozon spring
pullets, Black Mlnorcas, Barred
Rqcks or Rhode Island Reds.
. Phono 3F24.
WANTED To let contract for
Blashing 10 to 100 acre tracts.
For pavtioulars apply News of
fice. WANTED 3 well brolte burrows to
ride pad:. Address C. B. Baker.
Roseburg. Ore.
WANTED .Chambermaid nt New
Oregon Rgoming House, Sheridan
stroot. Apply at once, Mrs. Geo.
Koutch. prop.
WANTED 25 bean pickora In the
morning at tho Bellows place. West
Roseburg. 1 cent per pound. I.
Harrelson.
VA.TEi To rent on gharea, a small
farm with everything furnished.
Inquire J. N. Campbell, care B. 'E.
Prlom, Koseburg, Ore. o-21
WAN'TED ily experienced waitress,
-position in notel or restaurant.
Phono 4 4S-L.
WANTED To rent on shares a rarm
with everything furnished. C. C
Slegrlst, Roseburg, Ore.. Rt. 1.
WANTED To rent a good modern
house, with garage, barn and gar
den preferred. Inquire at this office.
Ladies' Shop
WANTED Second-hand Typewriters
for casff, any make. Oregon Type
writer Co., Portland, Ore. o-25
WANTED To buy high-class furnit
ure and rugs from -private -parties.
Address E. S., care News office.
0-22
WANTED A day cook and a -light
cook; dishwasher and chamber
maid. Write or telephone at once,
Clarke Hotel, Glendnle, Ore.
FOB. RENT.
FOR RENT Furnished housekeep
ing rooms, 308 South Pine. Phone
138-Y.
MISCELLANEOUS.
WELL DRILLING R. E. Helnsel
mnn, Roseburg, Route 1.
GEESE
FOu SALE 40 Tolouse
for sale, .cheojp. Inquire
1-F21. Address C. C. Long, Cleve
land, Ore. tf
FOR RENT Hotel Uinpqua has
special rates by week or month
for permanent guests. Inquire of
manager for particulars.
LOST Watch charm, Maltese cross,
bearing Modern Woodmen emblem
on one side and Masonic emblem
on opposite side. Return to News
office.
TO EXCHANGE Block of city res
idence property, well located, par
tially Improved, for lot and house
of five or six rooms. Address E.
A., care -News.
LOST Ladles purse containing $20
bill and some silver and stamps,
probably in Oakland or on road.
Finder please return to Mrs. Vic.
Blo3ley. Dixonville, or to News
office. Reward.
SIRS. Ia B. MOORE
Teacher Progressive Series Piano
Lessons, Harmony, Theory.
610 S. Main St.
Phone 221-Y
Heinline Piano School
For
ALT, GRADES 1'IAXO STUDENTS
Children's Fundamental Classes a
' Specialty.
424 Perkins llldg. Phone 300
UK. M. H. PLYLEIt.
Liccnsod Chiropractic Physician.
222 W. Lane St., Roseburg, Ore.
Consultation, examination free.
Office Hours 0 to 5 Phone 152
Chiropractic and Glectrical
Treatments.
DR. S. L. DoLAPP
Osteopathic Physician A Burgeon
Phduea: 217-218 Perkln. Bldg.
Office 119
Res. 225-Y, Roseburg, Ore.
MRS. F. D. OWEN
Out Flowers, Potted Plants,
Funeral Designs, Wedding Pnn
quets, etc.
FOR SALE AT
"THE FERN"
111 Cass St. Roseburg, Ore.
PHONE 240
DR. K. L. MILLER
Physician and Surgeon, i
Oround Floor Masonic Building,
corner Cass and Main Sts.
Phone 132.
House 53
AUTO PAINT SHOP
We have juat opened up the best
and safest auto paint shop in the
city. Shop la brick, and safe from
fire. Machines painted reasonable
V. S. PATTERSON & CO.
TRY US.
213 Main St., Corner of Oak.
ii
IrvV
Looking at the Financial
Side of Life
THE man who getB ahead does not play the game
single handed but through the co-ojperatlon of others.
Now nddod help In your alms, ambitions and endeavorB
will be found in the very good Bervlco. The Umpqua
Valley Bank can and WILL auord you.
Tie up wl'n a good bank and you
won't be TIED DOWN.
the MtPQUJI
ROSEBURG
MEN'S SUITS AND OVERCOATS
Don't forget our work department, Mackinaws in great vari
eties, and work Shoes, high and low cut, that will give you
Perfect
Satisfaction
SANITARY, SIGHTLY
AND DURABLE
are the words which have spelled
success for us in the installation
of plumbing for many satisfied
clients. And when we are called
upon to correct mistakes that have
been made in jobs already put In,
we do ft in a manner which proves
that we know how to do the work
and make it last.
Roseburg Plumbing & Heating Co.
PHONE 151.
J. H. SINHIGER
SHEET
METAL
OF ALL KINDS !
119 OAK ST. PHONE 428
Fruit Boxes
Don't forget that your local
box factory can supply apple
and all other fruit boxes at a
saving. Ask us about it.
J. G. FLOOK & CO.
ftosoburg
Phone 100
Fire and Auto Insurance
Protect yourself from loss with
one of our properly written lnsnr
ance policies.
G. W. YOUNG & SON, INSURANCE
lie Cass Street Roseburg, Ore.
Jersey Creamery Butter
1-4 lb. Prints
FRESH DAILY.
DOUGLAS COUNTY CREAMERY
BTv)P AT TUB
GRAND HOTEL
CASS STREET
ROSEDCllO
REAL ESTATE
City nnd Farm Property, Winches
ter bay and Westlake Town Lota.
GEORGE RTTER.
122 Wet Oak Strevit.
WORK
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YHLLEP bank
OREGON
Pianos
Player Pianos
Organs
Talking
Machines
Buy your piano of a home Dealer
und save $100. My prices-are far
below city prlceis. Ten dollars
down will put a fine piano in your
home. A Bmall monthly payment
will take care of the balance.
Baldwin
Ellington
Cable Nelson
Hamilton
Howard
Royal and others.
Second hand organs $16 to $30.
TALKING MACHINES.
Victrolas
Gdison Diamond Disc
Crescent Talking Machines.
Easy terms, goods guaranteed, de
livered any place in Douglas coun
ty without extra charge. Come In
and talk It over or mail coupon.
Please mall me literature on:
(Mark X on one Interested In.)
Pianos
Player Pianos
Organs
2nd Hand Pianos
Edison Diamond Dlso
Vlctrola
Crescent Talking Machines
.. Sheet Music.
Ott's Music Store
ROSEBURG, OREGON.
Judd'sFeed&SaleStore
Extra nice clean wncat; extra nice
clean barley; mixed English Rye
Grass: Groy ana White Oats; Tall
Hay Cheat; some nice clean Vetch.
Rolled Oats, Rolled! Barley, Mill
Run, Alfalfa Meal, Holstino Dairy
Feed, Scratch Feed and E. T. C.
30 tons of nice Alfalfa Hay, 30
tons of good Oat Hay, some second
grade Hay cheap.
One good Ford Touring Car in
good shape. One Ford Car with
delivery body on it.
One Buick Six, 6 passenger car In
line shape, only been need about 8
months.
A few good stoves, plows, o.c
DON'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.
Roseburg