The evening news. (Roseburg, Douglas County, Or.) 1909-1920, February 28, 1919, Page 2, Image 2

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TUB EVENmn NEWS FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1I1
THE EVENING NEWS
BY
B. W. BATES 1 BEBT Q. BATES
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Entered as swonrtKuass matter,
November Si 1908, at Roseburg, Ore.,
under act ot March 8. 1879.
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 88, 1010
HANDLING ANARCHISTS.
The American people have already
lost three presidents by assassina
tion. A nlot has Just been revealed
charging a group ot I. W. W. men
with making all arrangements to kill
President Wilson. Flote against the
chief executive are only one item In
a vast program of revolutionary ac
tion. Through the war they conduct
ed a nation-wide program for the
destruction of property. These people
have declared war against tne exist
ing social order. Many ot them will
never rest quiet until they have per
petrated some deed of horror. What
shall oe done wim inese mi-mug wu
mles. whose mlndB are filled with
these black thoughts? The obvious
answer Is to establish social justice
everywhere, so that unsound minds
would find less provocation toward
violent action. This Is a good reply,
yet It does not solve the whole pro
blem. If the government and every
employer should go to the very limit
In humanitarian advance, and do
everything nossible in the most un-
Belflsh and generous way to improve
the condition of the working masBes,
there would Btlll be BOdal unrest. It
vnnlil not be so general and menac
lng, but there would still be fanatical
minds bent on destruction of society.
The exclusion ot anarchists from this
country is desirable. But even that
does not solve the problem. It leaves
them to stir up Europe, and create
centers of turmoil that spreads over
the whole world. The time has come
when the utterances of these people
will have to be watched more care-
f ullv. The man who throws fire
brands around among loose combust
lbles is quickly jailed. The man
whose passionate wordB are a clear
incitement to deeds of crime, will
have to confront the courtB. They
will have to analyze and decide each
case on its merits. Too much fire
brand talk has been permitted.
Returning to the United, States
with his nedanoalcal mind filled with
the details ot secret treaties secretly
arrived at, President Wilson makes
the startling claim that the "Ameri
can people are with me." A sover
eign people, whose servant President
Wilson 1b, know absolutely nothing
about the league of nations "coven
ant" that the executive demands
be confirmed by the senate, and
in view of this . undeniable fact,
' hnw any sane Individual can
boldly claim that the people are
with him, passes all understanding.
It is an Impossibility for any one to
endorBe a thing ot whioh they know
nothing. No well balanced mind
would for a moment think of doing
so unwisely. With the cables under
Creel censorship, not a word of tho
transactions consumatod behind the
locked doors of tho peace conference
got through to America. But with
grips filled to capacity with peace
pacts and innumerable orates and
boxes bulnlng with gifts of royalty,
Mr. Wilson comes home to receive tho
homage of a "grateful" and Ignor
ant public for benign smiles and
suave assurances that "the people1
are with me." The whole thing Is
unparalleled, preposterous, egotist
leal, and really If It were not for the
serious consequences following in the
wake ot executive self-exaltation
might well be classified with vaudeville.
The office of lieutenant-governor
has a decidedly nice "ring'' to It but
it Is quite likoly when plucod before
the voters for their approval there
will be a wide difference ot opinion
whether or not the taxpayers deem
it 'good business Judgment to '.add
further to the burden of state taxes
by encouraging moro publlo offices
carrying with it a salary of $3600
per year. There 1b good reason to
believe they will not favor the new
method.
President Wilson tells congress un
less ho has their unequivocal endorse
ment of the league of nations plan
the whole matter "is up In the air."
Well, as the present administration
seems to bo In the nir most tof
the time on all big problotns, why
not let them stay there.
It takes two thirds of the sonata
vote to endorse the president's penco
pacts. A wise provision of tho train
ers ot the Constitution. Thank (loci,
no one man can sign away American
liberties.
Instant
Postum
is 3ood for -the
childr.en
Corvfcams
no ca-ffeine.
March will be here tomorrow. Not
the General March, you have known
In recent war activities, but the lamb
like March you have so often read
about.
Happiness and good common sense
are generally synonyms.
0. CITY NEWS 0
Mlllnery opening Saturday, March
1, at the Vogue. . as
History, biography and travel. Fic
tion Library. tf
Safety deposit boxes, 1.00 per yean
Douglas Abstract Co. m-e
Oet your spray materials at the,
Marstera rug store. a
Leave your order for land plaster
and super-phosphate at the Umpqua
Valley Fruit union. ti.
A full line of Monito silk hosiery
In all the leading shades ot the sea
son at the Vogue. Z8
Mrs. Roy F. McQoe. loft this morn
lng for Albany, where she will visit
for a week or ten days with Mr.I,Mc-
Qee s parents.
; Watch for announcement of the
Sportsmen's big ball, to be hel
soon. ' . ; ' '. tf
Mrs. A. J. Carmen and son, left
this morning for Salem, where they
will visit for several days with Mrs.
Carmen's brother. . ;
A beautiful assortment of dress
hatB of net, georgette crep, maltne
and braids at the Vogue, Saturday,
March 1. 28
' O. C. Baker, proprietor of the Mo
tor Shop Oarage, left this morning
for Portland, where he win attend
the automobile show.
Beautiful hats in henna or rust
shades, Jay blue, dust and many
others will be shown at the Vogue
Saturday, March 1st. 28
P, A. Mansfield, left thla morning
for Portland, where he will spend
several days visiting at the home of
his son, U. C. Mansneld.
There Is a Joy in going without
things but a greater joy In getting
good things at the right price. All
sodas at ipre-war prices. Roseburg
Soda Works. Phone 186. tf.
Mrs. Frank Reldol, yesterday un
derwent a minor operation. She lias
been quite 111 for several woeks fol
lowing a severe attack of Influenza,
Harley-DavIdBon Motorcycles, Bl
cycles, Sidecars and Sldevans. Guar
anteed second hand machines. Lib
erty bonds taken at face value. 204
West Douglas St, Roseburg. m-3
Word has been received that Mel-
vln Otto, a local boy in the servico
at Camp Grant, is now on IiIb way
to Camp Lewis, where he expects to
rucolve his discharge.
Individuality and distinctive stvles
in nats that appeal to every woman
personality now ready for your in
spection at the Vogue, Saturday,
xuarcn 1st. 28
A lettor has been received from
Mrs. Ralph Baldwin, formerly a re
sldent of this city, Btntlng that sho
is now residing at Stockton. Cnllfor
nin. Her husband has recoverod from
PUT STOMACH
Says Indigestion Results from
an fcxeess of Hydrochloric
Acid.
The senate Is looked to by the
United States to stand Arm as tho
ltock of Ages In defense of Consti
tution rights of the people. Amorlca
must steer clear ot "entangling alli
ances."
Turn the llmo light on that peace
council "covenant" that the presi
dent says Is Just the thing for Ame
rica. The peoplo are pretty good
Judges, let them know the. facta.
"Mind may or may not control mat
ter, but if you think It does and you
die for your belief, It moans that
something was the matter with the
mattor, ,
Undigested food delayed in the
stomach decays, or rather, ferments the
same at tood lelt in the open atr, says
a noted authority, He also tells us thai
Indigestion is caused bv Hvncr-aciditv.
meaning, there is an evceta nf ttvHm.
chloric acid in the stomach which prevents
complete uigciuon ana starts tood fer
mentation. Thus evervthinir eaten intir
in the stomach much like garbage sours
In a ... i , J n . I
.uniting avriu uuHis ana gaics
which inflate the llnmirh liVe a in
balloon. Then we feel heavy, lumpy
misery in the chest, we belch up gat,
we eructate tour food or have heart-
ourn, natulence, water-brash or nausea.
He tells ut to lay atide all digestive
aids and inttead, get from any pharmacy
four ouncet of J ad Saltt and take a
tablespoonful in a glut of water before
erea.iast and drink while it it effer
vescing and furthermore, to continue
thit for a week. While relief follows
the first dote, it it important to neutral
ise the acidity, remove the gas-making
mast, start the liver, stimulate the kid
neys and thut promote a free flow of
pure digestive juices.
Jad Salts It inexpensive and it made
from the acid of srafiea and lemnn imr
combined with lithia and sodium phot-
pnaie. mis narmiesa sans tt used by
thoutands of neoDle for atomach trouble
with excellent result, ,
The Very Essence of
. .. S Style is Displayed in s ' '.
,"BURCHARD'S I
. '' Coat and Suit Lines for III
!,;' Spring 1919 j
III I' II The fabrics are better and prices are
I'Tmefif ment is at its best.
' i) Y aumBiTr 1 1 1 1 1
I y.'jmjr. burchard's '
'Xf il SQUARE STORE
J , '.r , The Exclusive Ladies' Shop. R0S6lj
;i '
8.1
You Can Bank Here By Mail
If good business or bad weather should prevent you from
coming in to Roseburg you know you can always open
an account, make subsequent deposits and withdrawals
all by MAIL. ,
. Write or ask us abd.ut this service. Its both convenient
and safe. ,
JOHN M. THRONE
CASHIER
THE UMPQUff VALUE BANK
i ROSEgURO i OREGON
IF ACT-
BAD TAKE SALTS
Bays Backache is a sign you have been
j eating too mooh meat, whioh ,
forms via acid, . -
When you Wake up with backache and
dull misery in the kidney region it' gen
erally means yon have been eating too
much meat, says a well-known authority.
Meat forms urio aoid which' overworks
the kidneys in their effort to filter it
from the blood and they become sort of
paralyzed and loggy. When your kidneys
get sluggish and clog you mutt relieve
them, like you relieve your bowels; re
moving all the body's urinous waste,
els you have backache, sick headache,
dizzy spells; your stomach sours, tongue
is coated, and when the weather la had
you have rheumatic twinges. The urine
is cloudy, full of sediment, ohannels often
get sore, water scalds and you are obliged
w Kmc Teuei two or inree times during
the night ,
Either consult a irood. vwliahln Triivat.
clan at once or get from your pharmacist
about four ounces of Jad Salts; take
a tablespoonful in a gloss of water
before breakfast for a fow days and your
kidnoye will then act fine. This famous
salts Is made from the aoid ot grapes
and lemon Juice, combined with lithia.
end has been used for generations to
olean and stimulate sluggUm kidneys,,
also to neutralize acidB in the urine so it;
no longer irritates, thus ending bladder?
weakness. ,
Jad Salts is a life saver for remlai-
mcat eaters. It is inexpensive, cannot:
injure and makes a delightful, effer
vescent lltkla-water drink.
I Boll Millinery You are Invited to
attend our spring opening. Every
thing new in millinery. March 7
Frlday and Saturday. 7
DR. M. H. PLYLER.
CHIROPBAOTIO PHYSICIAN,
222 W. Lane St., Roseburg, Ore.
Of lice Honrs 9 to B Phone 153
Electrical Treatments.
STOP AT THJS
GRAND HOTEL
rtft HTRERT
ROSEBURG
1)R. O. A. SMITH, M. T.
Stpoclullst in Norvous and Chronic
Diseases.
'Consultation and Examination
Freo. Lady Attendant. ,
"I'hono 247 Room 1 and 2
Masonic Building
HOSICKUHU, OREGON
a recent operation and Is employed!
by the railroad company.
Safety deposit Doxes at the Rose
burg National Bank. Secure one for;
the safe keeping ot your bonds tmlf.
other valuables. tt-
OHARUB CHAPLIN SAYS,
"I have to look this way, but vou
don't" Easter Is comlns: soon, but
you still have time to Imvo that ruit
tailored to your measure. One that
fits you and is made tot you. Our
suits are absolutely guaranteed , to
give satisfaction. Come In anE .' look
our snmples over and Ket our pr Ice3.
l.tll-KIUAIj UI,KANEKS.
(Try Our Way.)
We cnll and deliver. Phone i77.
NOTCH TO CREDITORS, .
In tho County Court of tho Stntn
ot uregon for Douglas County .
In the Matter of tho Estate of .lo-
sepn T. urltlges. Deceased.
Notice is hereby Eiven thint tho
undersigned, by order of the. above
entitled court duly made and e ntered
or record, has been appointed Exe
cutrix of tho Last Will and Testa
ment of Joseph T. Bridges, do ceased,
and Letters Testamennry havo issued
to her. - -
All pereonB havlnst claim? nenlimt
said estate are hereby required to
present the same to the und-ersiEned
at her residence In Oaklanxk Douglns
L-ounty, uregon, on or before six
months from the dnte of the flmt
puDiirntton or this notice-, which Is of
date the 27th day of February, 1919.
BELLE BRIDGE'S,
Executrix of the Last Will and Testa
ment of josoplt T. Bridges, Do
coased. m-27
iHlLl
ITOiniTTill,l.I.llI.lt:VtIll,-
FIRE
PURANCE!
Risks Promptly Inspect
iled on Application.
We have several strong old-line
! Companies. Protect yourself be-
i'Ufore it is too late.
t - ' - '
W. A. B0GARD
405 Cass Street
Phone 80S.
Dry Slab Wood
Lime and Cement
' AT
f). J. DENN TRANSFER COMPANY
PHONE 128
iHeinline Piano School
For
ALL GRADES PIANO STUDENTS
('Children's Fundamental lasses a
Specialty.
M24 Perkins Bldg. Phone 800
MRS. F. D. OWEN
, Ont Flowers, Potted Plants,
1 Funeral Designs, Wedding Pon
quets, etc.
FOR SALE) AT
"THE FERN"
(111 Cass Sr. Roseburg, Ore.
1 PHOfIR S4n
Fire and Auto Insurance
LOtE-Sl'M'Hm SP1U.Y
SOLUTION.
$9.60 per barrel, net, nt Spray
plant In Garden Vnllev. onn
antoed 30 hydromoter tet. Ad-
nress, unrden Valley Fancy
Fruit Association. Wilbur, Ore
gon. Phono S2F.1. tr
- REMKMUER
Do you wish to be remembered by
your loved ones? M so, sec the
example by placing pretty Mon
uinent or Hoodstnno upon the
trrnvo of your dear Father, Mother,
llrothor, Sister, Husband, Wife or
Child. We are in a position to
serve you best. Come in and see
I what we have to offer. Wo do all
kinds of cemetery work aud our
prices are very reasonable.
Pceples Marble & Granite Works
W. E. Marsters, proprietor, 009
. N. Jackson Street,
o
4L V. Young & Son, 116 Cass St
Roseburg, Oregon. '
Protect yourself from loss with
one ot our properly written Insur
ance policies. ' .
G. W. YOUNG & SON, INSURANCE
I Ufl Cass Street Rosebnrg. Ore.
DR. 8. L. DeLAPP
I Osteopathia Physician Surgeon
1 Phouea: 1T-18 Perkins Bldg.
Office 118
iRcs. 454-J. Rosebnrg, Ore.
! DELCO-LiGHT
I The complete Electric Light and
Pown Plant
Aeonomlcal In operation. Runs
i kerosene, gasoline or gas.
.. R. E. HARNESS
j Monebarg - . Oregon
lUiXt ESTATE
Oity and Farm Property, Winches
ter i lay and Westlake Town Lota,
GEORGE RITER. ,
A III West Oak Street.
Science plays Its part in a steam laundry and modern methods
render contagion Impossible. i
Be fair to yourself and, your family. Patronize a steam laun,
dry Try our way this week and measure sjost fairly. On that
basis, outside ot the safety basis, you will win by sending the
wash to us.
'Phpne we'll call.
ROSEBURG STEAM LAUNDRY
: ' : phon: 1 70
iiast wash thursday noon.
Do You Want An Ironing Board?
FREE! '
One "Rid-Jid" Folding Ironing Table
with each Dover "No-Burn-Out" Elec
tric Iron, sold before Feburary 20th. .
Douglas County Light and Water Co.
SHOE
REPAIRING
; t
Don't Be Shocked
Let us show you how to take away
the shock caused by pounding
hard pavements. The W. S. How
ard Rubber Heel will do it. At
tached quickly for j0 cents. Try
a pair and stop those jars. Fine
for your health.
W. S. HOWARD
214 N. JACKSON ST.
IT'S SOME GAR -THE
"D-40" MitcheU Six
Let Us Show You
I. F. Barker $ Co.
Roseburg Oregon
Hunter's Spray Company
Is now making the same high grade Lime and Sulphur Spray
Every barrel guaranteed above 30 hydrometer test and no waste or
sediment. We have the only Spray plant that can filter spray and
remove all trouble from nozzle choaklng, when spraying.
Net price at factory, 5 bbls. and more $10.00.
Net price less than 5 bbls lots, $10.50.
We have Lime and Sulphur for Sale.
Sulphur, 110 pound sacks, $4.00.
Lime, 180 pound' barrels, $3.60.
Orchard Men, and Fruit Companies preferring to purchase their
materials and superintend the making of the spray; we will make
the spray for $1.00 per barrel in orders of 20 barrel. Our plant
will be in operation for ten days.
Agency
Buick, Chevrolet
Scripp-Booth Touring Cars
G.M.C. & ChevroletTrucks
Samson Tractors
Batteries Rebuilt and Recharged. Fully Equipped
Machine Shop. Tires and Tubes, all sizes. Full
Line of Supplies.
MOTOR SHOP GARAGE
444 N. JACKSON STREET
ROSEBURG, OREGON.
H. O. RADABACGH,
' AUCTIONEER
Any one havlnn sales can arrange
for dates at the Umpqua
Valley Bank.
MRS. L. B. MOORS
Piano Studio
Latest Approved Methods.
611 Hamilton st. Phone 187-R.