Roseburg news-review. (Roseburg, Or.) 1920-1948, December 18, 1925, Page 5, Image 5

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    ROSEBURC NEWS-REVIEW. FRIDAY. DECEMBER IS, 192?.
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One or two good paintings will
Rive tone to a room. Special prices
until Christmas, by the artist, Ida
F. Holdrldge. 617 S. Pine St. Day
or evenings.
Gem
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Making folKs remember make this
satisfied Christmas customers make year
Sterling Silver
M "Just What I Wanted" iW
tt Take our word belt be tick- If fl
'2i tai be thankful you (O M
.Save Half l V
SPREAD a slice of bread
From actual test; acknowl
edge the honest- goodness
that Wrapped up in the
one-pound cartons of
Nut
Marg
arine
You will like its flavor,
you ate sure of its whole
someness. - A real spread ',"Vi '"r! .'.j "7,
for bread 1 '
Swift & Company
U.S. A
Makers
Clear, filtered sweet cider at
Brand's Road Stand. By the gallon
or the glass.
Barbecue sandwiches and coffee
Oh. Poyl . "
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of Premium
Oleomargarine
NOVELTY SALE
"rtie ladles of the Bellvlew Club
will hold a novelty sale at the
Bellows Radio Shoo Saturday. Dec.
119.
business grow
'round boosters!
3-Piece Narrow
BELT
OUTFIT
including
Genuine Leather Belt
Solid Silver Buckle
Solid Silver Belt Chain
Don't care where you look
or how long yon look
your eyes will never rest
on bigger values any
where ! , .
JEWELERS
Jim
WOMAN SUSPECTED
OF DROWNING HER
CHILD IN BATHTUB
iAMOowted rraai Uunt W ir.. .
BRAWLEY." Cal., Deo . 17.
Mrs. Louisa Zamora, was arrest.
ed here today on tulegraphto In-
formation frra Tracy. Cai.. where
the la desired for questioning con
cerning the death of her four
year old daughter Leonora, laat
year. Her husband, believed to
have been with Mrs. Zamora here,
is Dow being sought by the police.
The child was belinved to have
been drowned in a bathtub after
Its rms were tied and the body
hidden in a sanitary vault in the
yard of the Kamora home , at
Tracy. The body was found ty
workmen several months later. A
three-year old child was with Mrs.
Zamora at the time of her arrest.
(jcist4 tnm LWri wtn.)
STOCKTON, Calif.. Dec. IT.
Discovery September IS of, the
body of Leonora Aquilar, aged 4,
in a cesspool at the rear of the
Zamora home In Tracy, from which
she had been missing since Christ
mas Eve, 1924, caused the au
thorities to start a search tor her
mother and her step-father, Mr.
and Mrs. Louis Zamora, who dis
appeared a week before the ghast
ly find.
They were Deuevea to ne in lo
Angeles, but could not he touna.
It is rumored that other adapted
children of the couple had been
mysteriously slam and ounea,
but no trace of these was found
upon investigation.
Btndebaker
models.
bunas no yeartj
SEEM)
Antlers Theatre
One bf the most brilliant casts
ever assembled to support a motion
picture star is that which is seen
with Marion Davles in her newest
photoplay, "Zander the Great, a
plcturitatlbn of Salisbury Fields'
stage success of the same name,
opening at the Antlers theatre to
day. - -
As Mamie, .heroine of "Zander
the Great." Miss Davles Is sur
rounded by a cast of noted players
that sounds like the blue book of
filmdom. Among them are Hol-
brook Blinn of "The Bad Man'
fame and who also was featured
wit the Cosmopolitan star In Yo
landa" and "Janice Meredith." and
Harrison Ford, who played opposite
Miss Davles in "Little Old New
York" and "Janice Meredith."
. t Majestic Theatre
i ' '
Buck Jones' latest starring pic
ture. "Durand of the Band Lands,"
which opens tonight at the Ma
jestic theatre, is undoubtedly the
best western thriller that this
hard-riding cowboy has made. 'Di
rected by Lynn Reynolds, maker of
"The Lone Star Ranger" and "The
Deadwood Coach," tub production
fairly breathes the spirit of the
West and la full of action, pathos
and humor, from the first title to
the fadeouL . , t
t The story, by Maloclle ' Helkes
Justice, involves an alleged outlaw
and the daughter of a desert re
cluse. Into this; pretty romance is
injected the menace of an unscrup-
Other Intrigue. While some of the
Incidents savor of other western
productions, the treatment has
freshness and originality that holds
the spectators' attention through
out. Liberty Theatre
. In "Camille of the Barbary
Coast," which Is now at tho Liber
ty theatre, a picture thrown against
the backgronnd of the old red-light
district in San Francisco, there is j
a scene which recalls the days
when the bouncer was a pcraonage ;
of some standing. The honky took
dance balls show him In all his
glory, with his burly frame always
ready to toss the unwelcome merry-.
makers Into the discard or shift the
scene of action of the men and
women who have partaken of loo
much firewater, for those were the
days when every town was wet
without voting.
The colorful scenes In the dance
hall are enlivened by the bouncer
tending to his official duties. Just
a nod from the barkeeper and the !
ceremony starts and is quickly
ended as human forma are picked
op bodily and hurled Into the open
space or are carried to the door
way. "Camille bf the Bartary Coast"
Is replete with dramatic . action. 1
TU. ( 1 - . - - 1
between the notorious 'an. le
queen of the Midway, and Bob Nor-
ton, ne'er-do-well son of a wealthy
banker. It answers in a convincing
way the age-old question of whoih-
er or not a woman of the under-1
world can again take her placo In
society. . . i
XMAS ANNOUNCEMENTS
It Is not too lato to place your
order for Xmaa announcements
with the Newn-Kuvlew lob printing
department We can give you
quick, efficient service on short
notice. i
Winter's
lainbow
1.1 y.uici.neuer
' FSr Old and Uouna
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DISTURBANCE IN A LOCAL THEATRE
The 9ttrm at a U- ikfrv fco-JM vtr
much .istnrWd gE4 mrtoyH .tbtec
ttnunt ceJSnt of a rcncn In th a i
mc. Dsn t U a:ttnf( barm yon hiv
ft eonfb r ccld, A frv 6a? tr Pol-r't
Rrsn artf Tr Camf uR t takn fin?ilr
: trfu ipmAt fihff. Mr. W. T. Clary,
Vint fTtlnt, writM: "W, kv pvd
feUr'i Mmt an4 Tar Comnni fr Wl4
14 k4 ttsfiU With ipUndisi i-MftlU.'
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CAX COMPANY CITS MKLOX.
NEW YORK. Die. 17. A rich
Certainteed Hexagonal
Slab Shingles "
Homebuildcrs everywhere are showing great enthusiasm
over this beautiful new shingle.
It is the only type of strip shingle that may be used to
form a variegated color roof. i
Now offered at a special introductory price of $6.50 per
Scjuare. ,
See shingles in color combinations on Paragola at our
office.
Denn - Gerretsen Co. Inc.
KIMILH
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WINTER SCHEDULE
of
Effective Dec. 15, 1925
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SOUTH
$ Lv Ar.
& Tioseburg Grants Pass
(:00 A.M. 11:25 A.M.
3 4:20 P. M. 7.45 P. M.
For Information Phone
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( , WHEN YOU THINK
3 THINK
I Roseburg Lumber &f1fg. Co.
WHOLESALE
, Choose a Man's Gift at
A MAN'S SHOP
AndbeMUred that you will receive ;
quality and the correct style that the
riian who cares insists upon when , he
"does his own shopping. : . v
. We have On display a large assortment
of practical grits for men.
SlLK LOUNGE -,
' ROBES
silk shirts
silk neckwear
silk Hose
silk mufflers
" silk and wool
. HOSE
SILK HANDKER
CHIEFS SILK AND WOOL'
, MUFFLERS !
SILK PAJAMAS
FRENCH FLANNEL
- PAJAMAS
CUFF LINKS '
BELT SETS ' .
BELTS
AN ADLER COLLEGIAN SUIT OR OVER
COAT WILL KEEP YOU LIKING YOUR
. . ; .; ? .BEST - -
S' PENCElS
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' Rossburg's Newetti Llvtst, Leading Men's and - - ,
' Vbime! Men'i Store -
Christmas present for flie stock
holders of the American Can com
pany wait announced today, when
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BOUND
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Medford Ashland Klamath Falls
1:29 P. M. 2:05 P. M. - 6:00 P. M.
(:30 P. M. 10:10 P.M.
586, Stage Terminal
OF WALL BOARD
OK
AND RETAIL
, GdLF HOSE
GOLF SWEATERS
BLAZERS
BLAZER .
sweaters
gordon caps :
- gordon hats
madras shirts
dress gloves .
: Wool lined
t :: gloves -
SILK LINED GLOVES
TIE AND HANDKER
CHIEF SETS
LINEN HANDKER
CHIEFS RAYON SILK HAND-
. KERCHIEFS
directors' authorised a Z extra
dlvldond on the common slmres
and proposed a EA per cent stock
dividend with an exchange of six.
feereeeeW.eey.0ee
Why Worry About Xmas Gifts
When we have so many practical and unque gifts. '
HERE ARE SOME SUGGESTIONS
ELECTRIC WAFFLE IRON SHERBETS'
TOASTER PERCOLATOR
CASSEROLE , . , ; TEA POT, ,
GOBLETS THERMOS BOTTLE
FOR THE CHILDREN
SCOOTER jNGERSOL WATCH
TRICYCLE ' ' POCkET KNIFE
BICYCLE ROLLER SKATES
1 Let us" help you make your selection.
1847
Rogers Silver Plate .
ZIGLER-FEE HARDWARE GO.
. Phdhe25 ' 1 . .:.
. WATCH OUR WINDOW FOR BARGAINS j
I Shoes for Xmas!
L,. ifr ..Urhnni
JVltllY JtMi b BviwvHviiv
you get the best at the lowest prices,
sirablc for gifts are our
Boy Scout 14-inch Boots and Remington !
! Scout Pocket Knife with each pair.1, .
Ladies' and Gentlemen's Felt Slippers, Jsilk Hosiery,
dress Shoes, Every Day Shoes, ' School Shoes.
A.H.PERElrt
9 111 West Cass
31
new shares' for one bf the old, -when
the present par value. of the
stock.' has been' seduced from
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nf nur .Shru Store, where 4
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