Roseburg news-review. (Roseburg, Or.) 1920-1948, September 29, 1921, Page 4, Image 4

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saw inn nil ii iniinirirwrwr I 1 r3 S
Somehow, you rather ex
pect something of a
"cracker." It must meet
certain needs of your
palate
It must be crisp
It must be tasty
w must be baked just to
the point of fullest flavor.
SNOW FLAKES are all
of these.
Ask your grocer for
iJIIMllJlf
, PACIFIC
Mites of Film Shows
Jutland Battle
Xty CLYDE A. DEALS,
( United Press Stuff Correspondent.)
LONDON, Snpt. 29. Tlio film ver
sion of the battle of Jutlund In which
the IirltiHh grand fleet for the ft rat
time succeded in engaKlnir the Her
man grand flout, and which resulted
In the return of the Genua as to their
stronithoM, Is now being shown In
London,
One mile of film Is used In show
ing the battle, and the miniature
ships are maneuvered with such
smoothness nnd such reajlsttc effect
that the picture goes far toward giv
ing the illusion that one Is seeing
the battle from lilgh overhend.
The withering gunfire, the paths
of torpedoes swelling through the
water, the rnpld wheeling of a col
umn of ships to escape the torpedoes
maneuvres to gain position nnd races
to head off a column of ships, to
gether with rearguard action to do-
For
Women who Drive,
Physick
ians,
Salesmen
and all for whom ptinctures
hnve a Mr)niil menulnir. the
LEE COllD PLNCTIIKE
l'ROOF pniumatlc tire is the
most desirable refinement of
motoring.
It ensts llttlo more than or
dinary Cord tires In the begin
ning nnd much leis In the
end. It has fvery desirable
Cord quality and Is puncluriv
pronf.
Also mad In fabric priced
about the same us an ordinary
Cord.
The average mileage In both
Cord and Fubrlc greatly ex
coeds that of ordinary pneu
matic!. Guaranteed
The LEE CO I! I) Pl'NC-Tl'KE-I'HOOr'
carries the us
ual tire guarantee against de
fect and the unusual gunran
teo that It will not puncture
a f(iuirniitc hacked by a cash
refund offer.
Wo would he very pleased to
ehow you a sample y'ticn of
this rcmnrknhta tiro, which
would qulcklv convince v. mi of
Its practicability and advant
age. O.K. Garage
II. V. OtSllKS, Drop.
620 Winchester Street.
, MOTOR SHOP GARAGE
BLOW OUT BOOTS
WIRE WOVE
3 inch
3J inch
4 inch
40
50
Go
4J inch. .73
6 inch 90
51 ir:h ?1.10
WtSTINUIIUUSt
ML
Hi.
2 w H sm? &r-i&e&?iwwm
COAST BISCUIT CO., Portland, Ore.
DODGE FOR SALE.
Flno buy in 1918 Dodgo tour-
lng cur, J700. Service Garage.
fi ml the escaping German main fleet
all interspersed with occasional pic
tures of uitual ships at sea, give a
highly reullstlc effect.
The film hits ben inuilo with the
aid of MuJ.-Gcn. sir George Ashtuu,
formerly a profeHsor at the Itoyul
Naval College, Greenwich, Kngland.
Tho model ships were moved by
hund through, and to move eaeh one
an Inch and muiutuin tho Illusion
and the smootluu-rfs of the film, it
was necessary to move each sixteen
times. It U estimated that 3,000,
000 motions of the models had to hi
made. To prepare the data required
two years,
one year.
and to iniiko the film.
Pennsylvania Tiru
us. Ford Qnraae.
Servlct , Ask
MEAT CHEAT 1IEUK
SYDNEY, Sept. 29. (Ity Mall to
United Press.) Meat mav be high
olscwhero In tho world, it Is not Is
Australia. Imagine fillet do mlgnon
steak at 22 cents a pound retail -according
to the fixed by the profit
eering Prevention Court riimi
steak at 20 cents, i irloln nt 8 cents.
short loin chops u'. ti cents, leg of
mutton at 3 cms anil shoulders at
1 ceuiB. This does not take Into
consideration the depreciation in ex
change. If that Is done, these prices
nniHt be reduced by about 1 ."i to IS
per cent.
HOOKS DISTItllU TCI)
The county st hool superintendent's
office Is todav mailing out n larg
number of si-hool liiirary books to
the various schools of the county.
The books have been purchased from
the library fund and each school
will receive Us hhare of the books
on hand.
rliili extraction of leetn at
room 9, Masonic tempi. Dr. Nerluw.
MIIII'V.
Ov. lng to my being so badly
crippled with rhvum.-.:!sni. I am com
pelled to go to some sprints In a dif
ferent ellmnte for my health. I am
oiTerlng mv ttt nnd vulcttuUlug
shop for sale; I will teach you the
business. It will pav yon to Investi
gate. D. II. C.KEEN.
WILL DI.I.IVKK M MltKR.
Mnynard and JriiKs of Olendale
will deliver rough or d?SHOd luuibet
for $20 per 1000.
WESTING HOPS?; r.a. lories for
nil cars, also battery repairing and
recharging nt The Kosehurg Garage
INNER LINERS
ALL SIZKS
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31x31
31x4..
32x1 ..
33x4..
34x4
$t.ro
2. '23
12.50
3.00
3.50
BATrtRUS
i
Don't ask for Crackers-
say SNOW FLAKES
Nation Preparing
For Parley on Arms
Iiy A. L. BRADFORD,
(I'nlted Press Staff Correspondent. )
WASHINGTON, Sept. 29. All de
partments of the government, under
orders of President Harding, are
hard at work tabulating a niass of
information for use of the Ameri
can delegates ut the conference on
limitation of armament.
Officials have found that tho arm
amcni question is reluted to vir
tually all phase of governmental
activity.
While the state department Is try
ing to ch ar up some diplomatic nrol)
lems preparatory to the conference,
the war and navy departments are
omplllug tho latest Information re
garding fighting forces of the world
T he cost of war and preparedness
is being tainiluted for all nations by
(ho Treasury. Tho effect of arma
ment limitations on commerce and
labor Is being studied by Secretary
f Commerce Hoover and Socretary
of l abor Davis. The darln of war
on the coal and oil reserves of the
world will be shown by the Interior
department, while the agricultural
department has figures revealing the
effect of the last war on food pro-
'ineiion.
The greatest care Is being exercis
ed In picking advisors and experts
lor the American delegation who are
thoroughly versed In every nngle of
all tnese proldems.
With these physical preparations
even down to provision for the
entertainment nnd comfort of the
virions delegation being rushed.
secretary of State Hughes, head of
tne American delegation was begin
ning to see complete victory ahead
for holding the conference in nccord
with American principles and plans.
Hughes has had two big difficul
ties to overcome In the negotiations
ho has conducted to pave the way
for the succossful opening of the
Washington conference. These were:
1. The desire of Great ltrltan.
prompted by the dominion premiers,
to hold a preliminary conference on
the Far Eastern situation with the
I'nlted states nnd apan In I.nndnn.
a plan which was finally dropped be
cause Secretary Hughes' Insistence
that there be only one conference,
and that that he held In Washington
2 Japan's hesltnnce to agree to
discussion among all the powers,
In the conference, of problems In the
Pacific and Far East, where Nippon
holds she has a special position.
In accepting President Harding's
formal Invitation to the conference,
lapnn noted reservations to the pro
posed discussion of Pacific and Far
Eastern problems, nnd this question
has not been completely settled yet.
FennsyWsEla TT-e
Serrtce. Ask
I
us. Ford Qarare.
o
COOKED FOOD 8AI.K.
The W. C. T. V. ladles will hold a
cooked food sale on October 1, In the
vacant building next to the Rose
burg National Itnnk. Those willing
to donate, kindly bring article In.
. Goodyear
Garage.
Ford
IlllMEI.E CI.VH MEETS I ItlD.XY.
The Woodcraft Thimble Club will
meet nt the home of Mrs Tlllle I
Johnson. 313 E. Douglas street, Fri
day afternoon at I o'clock. All
members are urgvd to be present,
nnd the Circle ladles are Invited to
attend.
fte VMIling and dramatic Shry faUfeuc't Ambition, I
VIIUUMA'S KLICI1T
In a white fury, I s.t to work to
pack everything that belongid to uie
Into a great trunk which stood In my
closet. My grandfather, lu his ragu,
had forgotten that there was a se
cret staircase from my room to the
attic, and 1 remembered a large Eng
lish bag that was up mere, instinc
tively, I kuew now that this had been
my father s and dragging It down 1
filled It with my best clothes and
toilet articles.
I had hardly finished when Aunt
Virginia came Into my room by way
of the attic.
She gave a wan little smile when
she observed that we both had out
witted my grandfather, hut she turn
ed pale when she saw my prepara
lions for leaving home.
"What are you doing, dear child?''
"I am leaving this house tonight.
Tell nie frankly. Aunt Virginia do
you not think I am right? If you had
It to do all over again, would you
not go as my mother did and as I
am going?"
Aunt Virginia turned paler, uui
she straightened up bravely,. true to
the blood in her veins and said:
"Yes, my dear, I would, for oh, Vir
ginia, you cannot know the longing
and unrest that conies to woman
when sue reaches my age and finds
that life has passed ber by and rush
ed away to pour out opportunity
and love on some other.
"Virginia, my life spells failure
and as much as I blame my father
for It, I blame myself more. I (lid not
have the courage to rebel; I did not
have the stamina to fight."
Aunt Virginia hesitated a moment
then, putting her hand Into her bos
om, she drew out a large roll of
bills."
"Here, Virginia, Is the money that
I have been saving all my life. The
day that you were born I dedicated It
to you for your hope chest, but I am
going to give it to you today. It
Isn't much, my dear child, but it will
serve to keep you until you can get
work."
Eagerly I stretched out my hnnd
for it. "I only had money enough
of my own, Aunt Virginia, to take
me to Chicago. I planned to work
at something there until I had mon
ey enough to go farther. Now I
can go straight through."
"Straight throush to where?"
"Why to Hollywood." I answered.
"Hollywood? Hollywood? Where
Is Hollywood?"
"Why Aunt Virginia, don t you
know? It Is a suburb of Los Angeles
In Callforntn. It is where nil the
moving pictures are made."
"Are you still determined on thai
wild scheme?"
"Why, of course I am."
"Your grandfather will never for
give you."
"What, does that matter? He
would not forgive me under any cir
cumstances. I have taken a leaf out
of his book. As he did to my moth
er, I now do to him. He is dead to
me. And now I have a favnr to nslt
of you, Aunt Virginia. Will you ask
grandfather to let you motor over to
the next town you can make some
excuse and will you btiy me a tick
et to Hollywood. California? Tli
will stop nnv gossip In this little
& CITY NEWS e
Arundel, piano tunew, flione 189-L
Goodyear
Oarage.
Tire Rerrlse.
Ford
SPIRELLA CORSETS Made to
measure. Uelle Case. Phone 391 L.
SOLID TRUCK TIRES Dressed on.
also GOODYEAR solids In stock al
l'he Uoseburg Garage.
FEDERAL and GOODYEAR tires
and tubes, lu all sixes, at The Rose
burg Garage.
For gale, cut flowers. Asters and '
dahlias. Ruuyan's Dahlia Garden,
1385 L'n.pqua Ave.
TIM KEN and HYATT rotlor bear-1
Inga for cars and truck! at The
Hoseburg Garage. I
K.Pt"UE't'El HE.MSTITOIEU
Ten cents per yarn. Mall orders
promptly filled." Elite Deauty Par
lors. Rooms 9-10-11. Roseburg Na
tional Bank DMg. Phone 212 J.
NOTtf"K np SALE OK OOVEUNVF.NT
TI.MIIKK. Oenentl Ijina Office.
WssiiuiHton. 1). C, August 11, lyl.
.Netl. e Is hereby given that subject to i
the conditions nnd limitations of tlir
I of June . UK U SIM.. 2111. li d
th InNlructtons of th Secretary of the t
Interior of September 16, lulj H U 1.
I. th timber on the fo'lowlnir ImioIh I
lll be sold Oct. I. l!:'l, tt 10 e'cUx k i
A. M.. at oublic Auction at the l'nlt...l
iMles land office nt Koaeburg. ore- I
i. to the blnhest bidder at not !.
Ihun the appraised value as shown bv
this notice, sale to be aubjee: to the1
at'Proval of the Hecretaiy of the In-I
terlor The purchase price, with an j
additional sum of one-tlftrt ef one prr j
cent thereof, being conimlsttlon al- !
towed must be deposited at time of
ale. money to be returned If sate I
not approved, otherwise patent will
leeiM for the timber which must be re-
movf-d within ten yeara. Hid will be
re.-elrd from cltlsena f the t'nltrl
Sintes, associations of such cithers
nd corporations oiKSutxed tindrr f
tha laws of the l'nitJ s t ; t a i
or any State. Territory or l'is-
trlet thereof only. Ppon application of i
a qunllrled purchaser, the ttmbr on
any leKiil subdivision will be offered
cparately before being Included In au .
"tier of a larger unit T II S. It s ,
W , Sec. 1. U.t I. fir USD M. cedar M
M. hemlock n M. SW'S NK'j. Ar -'5 1
St.. SK'- NBV flr ti l . SKU swO
fir too M None of the fir to he ao'.l I
for lees than II fs rer M.. and nona of
the cednr or hemlock to Be sold for I
le.s than I10d per M WlLXIAM
Hi'KT, Commissioner. Uensral Land '
Office.
lArikftfTJs
place."
At first Aunt Virginia seemed too
frightened to comply and then she
n arclied up to the attic and in few
moments I saw her starting from th
front door in the motor. Evidently
grandfather suspected nothing.
In a couple of hours she returned
with a ticket and lower berth to iny
destination. As she handed It to me
she said tremblingly, "Virginia, if
anything happens to you I shall nev
er forgive myself?"
"Why, what can happen to me,
Aunt Virginia? I have nearly nine
hundred dollars, which you have giv
en me, and a ticket to California.
Think of the girls that go out there
with Just enough money to keep
them a week or two after they ar
rive. Why, I 'ead In the paper the
day that thirty-five hundred girls
go to Los Angeles every year to en
ter the movies."
"How many of them succeed, Vir
ginia?" "About eight hundred get In," I
answered.' I did not tell her that this
meant only as extra women and that
one might count on one's hand those
who succeeded yearly in becoming
great picture stars. I did not want
to worry her any more than necess
ary. "Oh my child, do you not think
that you could stay a little nearer
home? What will I do without you?"
"It will only be a few years, my
dear, when I shall come back and
take you with nie to Eurote. You are
going to see the world, dear, before
you die."
Aunt Virginia put her arms
around me and held me close. I felt
the beating of her heart.
We heard grandfather stamping
down the hall, and Aunt Virginia,
with a warning glance, put my suit
case In the closet and threw a blan
ket over my trunk, even though It
was In the corner behind the door.
She had hardly closed the door to
the attic when my grandratner un
locked the door into the hall.
"I th nk you are punished
enough," he said as though talking
to a refractory child. "You may come
down to dinner now."
I did not raise my head to look
at his as I said to myself: "The
dead cannot return. Grandfather
has killed what little respect I had
for him."
Hut something of this must have
'ieen expressed in my attitude, for
he shut the door quickly and the
kev clicked once again as before.
I sat there and waited. The time
seemer Interminable until Aunt Vir
ginia came down the attic stairs to
tell mo that It was after nine o'clock
that grandfather had gone to bed
and ttbnt my train was leaving In a
little over half an hour.
Once more Aunt Virginia took me
In her arms as with sobbing breath
she said: "Remember, child, If you
need me, nothing can keep me from
von.
Together we carried the suitcase
up the attic stairs and down again to
the front door.
And I, with one last embrace,
stumbled blindly down the road to
the station carrying a heavy suit
case and a heavier heart.
Continue! Torwirmw
CHICHESTER S PILLS
lr .- HIK DIAMOND BRA SI. A.
l-nJU! A nit ynar trw
4 lj-4hf.ti-r llarnfini
ri!i in Itcd ini UMd
ii olhtsp. Tt-JT af nnt
WaNToNI I1KANU I'lXlXf.-rlE
, tzrt known u Beit.batest. Alrari ii:eii1U
SC'LIEYCKS'STSR'ERIMEM
lUVEIi BOTTOM UAXCH.
1 1 0 0 per acre buys a river bot
tom ranch, stock, crop and equip
ment, near Eugene, Oregon. Part
cash. bal.,nce easy terms. L. R.
Hoiibs. 960 Willamette St., Eugene,
Oregon.
Tooth
Troubles
by
g H.R.NERBAS.D.D.S.
The cause of all tooth troubles
is the fermentation that takes
place In the mouth.
The microbes that secrete tha
powerful solvents that ut
through your tooth atrustir
can not be successfully eora
hatted unless yon seek the ad.
Ttco of a dentist.
I VSE
PAINLESS METHODS
liKil I.ATE TEETH
M PEACE TEETH 8AMK DAT
I I HE I'VOHKHKA, Kto. Kte.
Ta hTe the benefit of m
u, I'm1""11 k""T and Rv
ll.ibttlty.
DR. NERBAS
THE
DENTIST
HiON'r-. 4 Room
riCTCRB AHEAD, KODAK AS
YOU GO
tbtn. If you want to make good re
sults certain, bring your films to tb
professional kodak finishers,
CLARK'S PHOTO STUDIO
Roseburg National Bank Building,
LODGE DI3ECTORT.
WOODMEN or TBK WORLD Cam 5
No. 126. meets In Odd Fellows' hall If
Roaeburg every 1st and Srd Monday
vanlova. Visiting neighbors al
way! wsleoma,
H. CARRICK, C. C.
M. IL lalLXR. Clerk.
B. r. OOODMAN. Secretary
tOTAL OHDUn Of MUOSBV Roseburg
lxdga Mo. 10S7 maets Ural and
third Tuesday avenlnxs of aacb
month at S o'clock In tna Moons halt
All visiting brothers are Invited to
attend.
C. W. CTjOAKB, Dictator.
R O. PARQUTBR. fwcratnry.
L O. O. Fhllemrlaa 1 .o.l e Ho. 8.
meettf In Odd Fellows Temple every
Friday evening at 7:S0 o'clock. Visit
lng brotbren are always welcome,
A. RKDBARN. N. O.
A. J. OKDDES. Rec. Bee,
1. B HAIL.BT. Fin. Rem.
A. F. st A. at.. 1-aarel Idae Me. 1L
Regular communications and and 4t
Wednesdays each month at Masonic
Temple, Rostburg, Ore. Visitors wal
eesne. W. F. HARRIS. Becy.
JOHN E RUN TAN. W.M.
RiCBKKAH! RoseDUra ReDeka! Ldg
no. tl, i. u. u. r oaeats in ouo rei
lows' Temple every week on Tuesday
evening. Visiting members In good
standing are Invited to attend.
MYRTLE TREFRliN, N. O.
BELLS STEPHENSON, fleo.
ETHEL BAILEY. Kin. Hecy.
A A Uui hose d arc Aen -neets In
Moose nail on jaexson at. on zna and
4tb Monday evenmps or esob month
at S o'clock. VlsUiny breihrea In
food standing1 always velcjif.e.
VICTOR MICELLI, W. P. P.
A. J. WULP, W. P.
O B. Bt KoMtnrg caaptev Ho, H
Holds their rexular meeting on the
1st and Srd Thursdays in each month,
ara respectfully invited to attend.
MVKTLE RKYMKK9.
FREE JOHNSON. Smt.
NEIGH BOH 9 OP WOOUtSAKT-LllhC
Circle Mo. 49, meets on Si:d and 4th
Monday evenings. Visiting ne tabors
Invited to attend.
PRUDH6 HinmaKR, O. N.
TILLIB I. JOHNSON. Clark.
B P. O. BLKS, Rosekarv Loase No, M24
Holds regular communications at
the Elks' Temple on each Thursday
of every month. All members re
quested to attend regularly, and all
visiting brothers are cordially In
vited to attend.
ROT BF.T-r)W3. JJ. R
R U WHIPPl-1?. Becy.
I. O. O. Fv I'altvn Kaeatnpmeat We.
Meets In Odd Feftows' Temple
verr Wednesday .evening. Visiting
brethren always welcome.
GEO. RADARAUOH, C. P.
V. T. JACKSON. H, P.
OLIVER JOHNSON. R- a
JAMES EWART. F. B.
W. B. A. O. T. M. Roseburic Review,
No. 11 hold regular meetings on sec
ond Thursday at 9 p. m. and fourth
Thursday at 8 p. m. Vlaltlnj? sisters
Invited to attend reviews. Maccabee
HalL Pine and Cams street.
LOUISE LOCKE, Com.
JS3SIH RAPP. Col.
KlUGRTO OF PYTHIAS Alpha Lodge
No. 47. meets every Wednesday even
lng In Douglas Abstract Hall, corner
Jackson Washington Sts. Visit
ors always welcome.
WALTER CLTAKE, O. a
CHAS .F. HOPKINS, M F.
t si W1MBKKI-Y. K. R a
FOR SALE
HIGH CLASS
Nursery Stock
Everything from asparagus to
walnuts.
Pruno trees on peach or Myro
Filberts, lor 2 year.
Apples, peaches, pears and
cherries all the best to be had.
See me before buying, it will
pay you.
R. L. ELLIS
HEINLINE
Coasrrvatory ( Mnsle and Art.
Claasea In Art. Voice, Violin. Piano,
Harmony, Kindergarten and Dun
ning. It Is Important that all children
ef the Kindergarten and Dunning
Classes are ready to bogtn with
ti Uss Monday, September 12th.
NEW CATALOG! UPON REQUEST.
Phone 19. Kohlhwgon HI dff.
ROYAL CLUB
RESTAURANT
SCTU. W. R. nO"M.lN. Prop.
FRESH KASTKRN OY9TEH9
OOOKKD A.NY STYLE
lava rtlnlnit Room for larilra,
eountr for tha men. Best Steak.
100 Sheridan 8t. Opposite Depot.
Opesi Day and Nltlm Best of
err1ce. Telephone 8Wft.
WE SELL
Edison
MAZDA LAMPS
Douglas County Light and Water Ca
J2?U k-saio.NA,, r.lr"" '
mis. k. i. out: w- i
Roseburg,
Myrtle Point,
Coquille and
Marshfield Stage
7-Passcnger Cadillat:8 Can
Fare to Coqnme, 7 0(
Far to Marshtleld, j.'M,
COAST AUTO LINES
MOORE MUSIC
STUDIO .
Kindergarten Classes
(DINNING)
High School Credit Classes
Teachers Normal Ttaining.
PHONE 502
Bell Sisters Bulldiog
PRUNES
Wanter for Canning .
FRANK J. KORTO.V
ROSEBURQ, OREGON.
A. J. Oeddes
J. H. SINNIGER
AJl kinds of sheet metal wort,
warm air furnaces, bath pip, uj
plpeless. 119 Oak Street
Phone 428. Rosebnri, Oft
AU1 0 TOPS
CT'HOLSTERIXO
C. L JTO.VES 708 If. Jackm
Pbone S38.
CASE TRACTORS
Threshing Machines
Page Woven Wire Fence
Stearns & Chenoweth
Onklantf mat Toncalla.
DYEING
Now is the time
to have your
summer clothes
dyed for winter
wear. Wesolicit
orders for dye
ing. Our Auto Will CaiL
Phone 97T