Roseburg news-review. (Roseburg, Or.) 1920-1948, November 17, 1921, Page 3, Image 3

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A CORDIAL INVITATION
TO EVERYONE
TERR'S
Wonderful Products Will Be Demonstrated
Vosburg Bros, and Economy Grocery
Thursday, Friday and Saturday, Nov. 17th, 18th and 19th.
Patterson & Riggs and Morgan Grocery.
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, Nov. 21st, 22nd and 23rd.
Try KERR'S Rolled Oats,
Wheat Flakes, Farina and Hot Cake Flour
And you will take no substitute.
We will serve hot rolls made from J
KERR'S Best Patent and Dalles Diamond Flours.
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Cafeteria.
the People's Supply Co.
Second Annual
MILITARY BALL I
Company
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162nd. Im.
ARMORY
Thanksgiving Evening
November 24th
v
Seven Piece Orchestra
The Dance of the Season. Come
GENERAL ADMISSION, - 25c
GENTLEMEN DANCING. $1.00
-v-..tttM MMMM'tMti
DODGE FOR SALE.
Fine buy Id 191)1 Dodge four-
Ing car, $700 Service Garage.
Japanese Labor
Would End War
WeWant Your Turkeys
HIGHEST PRICE PAID
ANY QUANTITY
Be Sure and See Us
BEFORE YOU SELL
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY WILL
-ggTURKEY DAY.
Peoples Supply Ca
By CLARENCE DUBOSE
(T'ntti'd Prens Htaff Correnpondont.)
TOKIO. (By Mail). Bunjl Suiu
kl, "the Samuel Oomperg of Japan,"
wants an International labor co
operation to end wars.
Suzuki is In hot water just now.
He usually Is. Being a labor leader
In Japan is beset with difficulties,
and jails may await at the end of
overy meeting.
He is under arrest, but at liberty
I at present, on a charge that his or
; ganlzatlon sent commendatory let
ters to shipyard strikers at Kobe.
Suzuki founded the Yualokal, the
largest labor organization in Japan,
and Is working, to the extent pos
sible under restrictions obtaining
here, for the organization of a real
federation of labor and labor unions
in Japan The movement Is new and
the organization small, by foreign
standards, and labor unions In the
American sense are not yet to be de
veloped. "The friendly co-operation of la
bor unions of various nationalities is
iiuw umv iu.inuitni ui iiiiernauonai
I peace," Suzuki said. "If the labor
I unions In the world really co-operate
with one another in the cause of
I peace they will be able to do a great
thing. I look forward to the day
When the world's armaments will be
entirely abandoned through the In
ternational co-operation of labor.
I "The history of trade unionism in
Uapan Is brief," Suzuki explained.
i"Ve have not yet made much prog
ress, Dut, De it remembered, the Jap
anese trade unionist bas already ad
vanced to the state of social con
sciousness. I confidently hope that
with the progress of time unionism
will gain ground among us. and that
we shall be able to contribute large
ly to the International labor move
ment." As the Japanese delegates to the
Washington conference were depart
ing, Suzuki issued a statement urg
ing workers to support the ideals of
he Washington conference. "War
never benefits the laborer, whether
it Is victorious or not." he said.
'War means for the wo'kligman sui
cide by the weapons In: himself has
forged."
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MONTREAL, Que. Population fig
ures Issued by the census branch
give Montreal Island 172.909 for
11)21, as compared with 554,761 In
1911, the Increase of the decade ba
ling 28.51 per cent.
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It fiuvantetd "V V"1
mtvIc to million! of
Americans. Kondon'a
works wonders tar your
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chronic catarrh, hod.
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Roseburg School
Teachers to Meet
A meeting of the school teachers
of the Roseburg district will be buld
Saturday at the high school building
at which time a teachers council will
be organized, following out the plun
recently sianeu in ine zone mem-
Ings conducted under the direction
of the county school superintendent's
office. The meeting will follow the
program mapped out for the season
the morning being devoted to the for
mation of a council and the adoption
of a local program of work and the
afternoon set aside for the study of
improvement methods. It Is expect
ed that there will be a good attend
a nee.
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WARNINGS IXCKKASK DAXGKRH
TO THE COl'XTRY GIRLS
NEW YORK.-Nov. 16. (V. P.)
The country girl, warned of the evils
of a lurge city. Is the one who falls
victim to them, while the unsuspect
ing girl does not "go wrong."
This was the theory advanced by
Miss Helen P. McCormlck, assistant
district attorney of Brooklyn, before
the state conference of probation of
ficers here.
"The country girl who Is brought
Into the city courts for moral delin
quency,"" said Miss McCormlck, "has
been told that she will be Insulted
and tempted from Iho time she
reaches the railroad terminal In the
large town.
. "She expects to be accosted and
tempted to every form of evil. She
Is attracted by the worst moving pic
ture shows and books. Finally the
thing becomes an obsession and she
finally courts the evils her morbid
Imagination has dwelt upon."
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M. C. RAEABACGH
Rpnl estate, livestock, farm and
merchandise auctioneer. Dates marie
it a. W. Young & Son's, or at 530
North Vine.
When You are Hungry t
VISIT THE
Royal Cafe
Big, Comfortable Din I n g
Room and Lunch Counter.
We Can Please You.
See Associated Xowa Scrv
loo Daily in Our Windows.
Get Your Dally Pacr Here.
MRS. W. It. HOWM.VX, ITop.
MOORE MUSIC
STUDIO
Pianos and Aeolian Players
Call and see them.
Boll Sisters Rldg. Phone 391L
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j mere isu i aj iiijoicij a
m auuui uui menu v.
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f home-like cooking, that has 4
2 CAFF.TF.RLl OK SHORT OR- 4
f DERS, AS YOU LIKE. 4
4 Music by Mr. and Mrs. P. F. 4
4 Hirsch, Tues., Thurs., Sat. f
9 evenings. For violin lnstruc- 4
J) tlon, see Mr. Hirscii. f.
r k-i k a-t an a-a-a-a-a.
WRESTLING
Match at
Myrtle Creek
FRIDAY NIGHT, Nov. 18, at 8 pm
PRELIMINARY
A. W. Hadley, of Cal., 153 Lb,
vs.
Guy Sii'Krist, of Kansas City.
133 M.
Roy Cedarstrom
of Roseburg, 145 lbs.
vs.
Warner Siegrist
of Kansas City, 145 lbs.
For the welterweight champion
ship of Southern Oregon.
H.IRItV l'F.ARCK, Rcferw.
Dance will follow from 9 p. iu. to
1 a. m. Muslo by six piece or
chestra. Everybody Invited.
KNITTERS!
J Wl k"t t full lint of
a Mpol Ortf Wonud X
V
w. k.Tt t full lint of
M.rsoli Oritoa Wonud
V.ra. Beautiful anortmrnt
of colon and different writ hta
for err funmet. Con tad ttlect
tout Majaols Vara aowi
HARTH'S
TOGGERY
V.J .
From which these dainty
little SNOW FLAKES
are made.
All the freshness of sum
mer sun, that drowses
over wheat fields, is em
bodied in them.
Just open the package
and get a whiif of their
pure, unadulterated goodness..
Don't ask for Crackers
say SNOW FLAKES
PACIFIC COAST BISCUIT CO.. Portland, Ore.
.The Style and
Shape is Preser
ved; not Spoiled
--By Our Clean
ing and pressing
Our Anto Will Call.
Puone S77
BOX SOCIAL.
I
The ladles of Riverside and Eden
bower will give a box social and en
tertainment at the Riverside school
i house Saturday evening, Nov. 19th,
the proceeds to be used for a Xmas
tree. Admittance free. Come all.
COMMITTEE.
! CALL FOR SCHOOL WARRANTS.
All Union High School DiBtrlct No.
5 warrants up to and including No.
115, dated Jan. 20, 1920, are this
day called. Interest ceases after this
date.
Dated Wilbur, Ore., Nov 14, 1921.
E. H. RUSSELL, Clerk.
Auto Tops Side Curtains
MADE TO ORDER
Phone 408 708 N. Jackson
C. M. JONES
J.H.SINNIGER
All kinds of sheet metal work,
warm air furnaces, both pipe) and
plpeless. lit Oak 8treet.
Phone 428. Roseburg, Ore.
PLUMBING
AND
HEATING
Jobbing a Specialty
SCOTT BROS
Phone 407 Main and Oak
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tyS PRESSING I
I OWl CLEAKliaj IE
I a 134 CARS ST.
The Owl Says:-
IT LOOKS LIKE RAIN.
DON'T CATCH YOUR
DEATH OF DAMPNESS.
GET A RAINCOAT MADE
TO ORDER. THEY SURE
LOOK SWELL.
.
Good Things id
Come Again j
The choicest of groccrii-. Let A
lis help you witli your Thank- TA
giving Dinner. 5
l'hone 63. -A
Economy Grtcery J
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1nAn Tniit P-iha
liuiuu mauc nuitvans
August Heck's Very Rest.
For your Thanksgiving Dinner
we have Lady Fingers, Maca
roons, Cream Rolls, Cream
Tuffs, various Fancy Cakes
and Pastries. Call at
Oregon Bakery
328 N. Jackson St. Phone 241.
Roseburg Plumbing &
Heating Co.
212 X. JACKHOX ST.
Kill JOOI SKRVICB
DKLL V. IU.HT
1M,1 MIIKR
OFFICE I'llOXK ISI
"Uo Serves Von Right."
An AH Season
Car tor the Entire
Family
MITCHELL
MtnHs B
SEDANS
AND
OAKLAND COUPES
BOpP J. F. Barker& Co
y?LLdJ "We Have If
ROSKBIIIG. OREGON.
Did you ever stop to think?
Churches may be closed (six days In tha week);
schools two days; the post office Sundays and holi
days; the banks and stores ditto. But our plants never
know a day off, not even an hour 24 hours day,
every day In the year, every year of your Hf. Boom
or panic, winter or summer, day or night, our plants
are on the Job to keep you supplied, to keep you com
'"table. tunk THI3?
Douglas County Light & Water Co
R. M. JENXINfiH, Manager.
ifOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOQOOQQPOOOOK
ROSEBURG STEAM LAUNDRY
Send us your party
linens, guest tow
els and washablo
il rapes.
aH us help )u
with that Hltf Fain
lly Dinner.
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