Albany democrat. (Albany, Or.) 1900-1912, December 29, 1911, Page 1, Image 1

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    Albany
Demo
VOL XLV.l
ALBANY. OREGON, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 2), 1911
SO 22
Store Open this Evening Until 9 O'clock
Visit the Big Ready-to-Wear
and Ready-to-Use
Merchandise Specialty store
this evening fof your last
minute's shopping. If you
are worried what to get for
the Lady, Miss or Child your
troubles will soon end after
you enter this Big Store,
where the goods have an ex
clusive tone.
A
MERRY
CHRISTMAS
TO ALL
THE WORLD.
Tne Demicrat on Mmday will taVe
Us usual Chri Unas holiday, a custom
llii: office has always observed.
The president has been around and
Voughr his presents Now what was
Mrs. 1. floinir. Here the women do u
(he buying.
The Democrat annrecintes a nurse
from the I ortland Nurseries Co.. Al
bert Brownell manager. There is a place
i or paper money ana also tor gold and
silver, and other thinirs. and Christmas
is almost here.
Chambers & McCune
Chambers & McCune
Don't Miss
A Good
Opportunity.
Many men who are "WAITING"
today, trying to decide whether or not
to invest in Albany property, were in
the same unsettled frame of mind five
or ten years ago.
They lost their opportunities then,
and they are passing them by now.
Others bought then and made money.
They are buying today and making
money. While the "WAITING"
man's time never comes.
Make up your mind to do, then
ACT. Get hold of some good resi
dence property in RAMBLER PARK
at once.
The owners of this addition have
made the price so reasonable and the
terms so easy that you cannot afford
to pay rent any longer.
Call at our office and let us explain
our plan to you. Our experience and
our advice are at your service.
COLLINS & TAYLOR,
No. 132 W. 1st St. Albany, Oregon.
Just
Received
J. R. ELDRIDGE,
438, W. 2nd St.,' Albany.
F.G. Willior watches
in. i. t-KA 1,
242 West Second St, Albany,
First-class meats of all kinds
from selected stock.
TOM YoUh'u,
House and Sign Painter,
Agent for the Cleveland Gelsenite
roof paint
122 Ferry Street,
Home Phone, 320. Pacific, Red 3092
Library Notes.
Die library will be closed all dav
(.nristmae and New Years.
A Da m and caelus nUnt from Mra.
L. E. Blain ar,e appreciated, also Ore
gon grapa in tne window trom r unny
Chase.
A iist of desirable books from Miss
Marvin, distributed among? Darents
here is a fine thing.
ihe librarf now has nearly liUO card
holders.
CHRISTMAS DOINGS. ARRESTED
At the M. E church last n'crht there
was a fine ChrUunus entertainim nt i
wnn a good display of presents for the
large S S., the biggest in the city. The
program consisted of orchestra music.
a song, scripture reading, anthem bv a
quartet, pia-o solo by Miss Hocken-
smnn. a solo bv v.iss Blanche Hummel,
a reading by Miss Orah Harkness, a
song by the quartet, a duet by Misses
rierce ana t,uri, a song by the prima-
OR
HOLLEY ROBBERY.
Brownsville Times:
Duck Warner, son of R. E. Warni r,
of Crawfotdsville, has been arrested : n
the alleged charge that he was concern
ed in the robbery ot the post otlice at
Holley some time ago. Ihe arrest was
made at Salt Lake City, where Dock
fik h. ih: r, . y l.ne Pnmtt- i Innted up the rolice and informed them
talk by the pastor and distnbu- .that he h' d i-, from hi3 f,lth6r th.t
The New Print Shop.
tion of presents.
Tree and Santa Clause at the Grace!
Presbyterian church tonight.
Santa l lause. with fire place, at the
U. P, church tonight.
At the baptist church a missionary
program Sunday evening by the S. S.
Presbyterian :-
The S. S. en'ertainment in the Opera
House Monday, Christmas, 4:30. Se
lections by the Orchestra and "anta
Clause Junior" by the young peonlo.
rree will ottering to cover Chnstmus
expenses,
E. E. Rooklidge reports his. new
priming office busy since opening, with
all he can do. a good run of work. He
is a good printer.
. Christmas Dinner ,
A fine one.
At the Hotel Revere,
5:30 to 8 o'clock.
v
Order your cut flowers for Christmas
at the Albany loral store.
Got Some Jefferson Tu'Kies.
Ben Clelan and Chas. Fuller brought
four turkies home from the Jefferson
shoot, and W. G. Ballock and Phil Bal
timore about the same, eight for Al
bany not being bad. Fifty turkies were
put up and brought on an average 4
apiece, but it didn't cost the Albany
men that.
that he had heard from his father that
he was under suspicion of having com
mitted the robbery and was ready to
go back and face the charge. He was
turned over to the post omce authorities
and at once taken to Portland by a dep
uty marshal. Arriving in Portland last
brinay morning he was met there bv
his father, who immediately arranged
the $1000 bond which the government
requires, and Dock was released, re
turning to urownsvme wun nis mtnar
and is m w at his home near Crawfords- ,
ville.
It seems that the fact that the young
man left home on the morning follow
ing the robbery without telling his par
ents where he was going, which he has
otten done letore, led to nis being sus-
picioned as concerned in the robbery.
The further fact that the robber or rob
bers left a revolver in the post office
that Mr. Warner thought looked like
his, assisted in directing suspicion to
the young man. It turns out however
that Dock took his father's revolver
with him when he left home and had it
when arrested. The un is now in pos
session of ihe federal authorities in
Portland.
THE EMPIRE
Geo. E. Rolfe. Prop, and Manager.
NOT OWNED OR CONTROLLED
BY A TRUST.
TONIGHT
' "Making a Man of Him." (Bio
graph Dr.) This excellent company,
always good, is bettor than ever Be
fore, in a drama with a beautiful scn-
1 timent.
"A -False Suspicion." (Essany Dr.1
! A drama with a good moral. "Extrav
' agance" is bad business, and anyone
I indulging therein is liable to some to
ham. The awakening comes just in
time iii this case to escape a general
breaking up of a lovely home.
"The- Rise and Fall of Weary Wil
1 lie" (Essany Comedy.) One of the
roaring kind that the fcmpire is not-
Thanks to Patrons.
We wish to thank our patrons and
friends for their kind patronuge and
extena to an our Dest wisnes lor
"MERRY CHRISTMAS" and
HAPPY and PROSPEROUS NEW
YEAR.
THE BAYNEs VARIEYY STORE.
212 E, 1st St. Next to Opera House,
A Brownsville Club.
Brownsville has organizes an athletic
club with Dr. E. W. Howard, a former
Albany college foot ball man, as presi
dent, J. W. Cook vice president, Fayne
Coshow secretary. Will Elmnre treas
urer, F. M. Brown, Prof, llukur and J.
B. Cooley trustees. It is the intention
to establish a gymnasium, have a read
ing room etc.
I havo a largo assortment of tilver
ware in knives, forks and spoons for
you to select irom.
L. W. Ross, Jeweler.
A GOOD POSITION
The Waltham Watch Co. hve put out
a new watch called the " Equity" whic h
aells from $5.00 to $12 in 20 years gold
filled cases. These watches are fully
guaranteed and are the best watch f r
tne monoy in tne market, t. cat
French & Son, Jewelers.
Can be had by ambitious young men
and women in the field of "Wireless"
or Railroad Telegraphy since the
eight hour law became effective, and
since the Wireless Companies are es
tablishing stations throughout the
cd for reproducing. Three of the best I country, there is a great shortage of
A shipment of Holiday Goods that
are long over due. I am giving spec
ial low prices on them to move them
quick. It will be a big saving for you
to buy of me as this low price can not
be duplicated in the city.
L. W. ROSS, Jeweler.
Towel Supply Department.
Clean towels daily for offices, stores,
garages, etc. Your choice of three ex
tra fine soaps, made especially for us.
Rates SO cents per months, up. Tel
ephone our office or ask our drivers.
MAGNOLIA LAUNDRY.
PICTURES AND PICTURE FRAMING
PAINTS, OILS AND STATIONERY
films ver presented in one of the
best places on this green earth.
The' entire picture program is ac
companied by appropriate music, and
the show ends with a good Irish love
song, "In Old Ireland, Where til
River Kenmare Flows."
Tonight Only. Special .Christmas
program tomorrow and Monday.
All for 10 cents.
DREAMLAND
'foday
1. The Birth of a Flower. A re
markable hand-coolred picture, show
ing the growth and blossom of a
chrysanthemum. The plant starts
from a tiny slip, grows and blossoms,
a picture taking weeks to secure, but
shown in a few minutes.
2. The Girl and the Sheriff. An
excellent Vitagraph, strikingly dra
matic in the intensity of its exciting
situations. , .
3. Vendetta. An interesting dra
matic picture of great strength, beau
tifully colored.
4. The Adventures of Billy. Sug
gested by -the press comment on the
tramp evil and produced by the Bio
graph company. This is a feature film
5. Out Generaled. A mirth pro
voking comedy. Made on the brine;
dcen in which the rejected suitor, :
I count, becomes sea sick and loses th'
I girl to the sailor lad who carries he:
away in a motor boat.
6. Cahler and Wadsworth. Musi.
and effects.
Four big reels of pictures. 4'XX) fee'
Coming. In the early part of Jam
ary, a sensation in the moving picture
line.
Fine Chrismas day program.
Admission 10 cents.
telegraphers. Positions pay begin
ncrs from $70 to $90 per month, witii
good chances of advancement. The
National Telegraph Ins't. of Portland,
Ore., operates under the supervision
of R. K. and Wireless officials, and
places all its graduates into positions.
It will pay you tn write for full details.
ALBANY OPERA HOUSE
Seats now selling for
Lee Willard in
The Country
Squire
Christmas Night
Pricps - Parquet and orchestra 3Gc,
dress circle 50c, balcony 25c, gallery IGc.
Whipped cream chocolates at
Crest. Try them.
The
ST. CHARLES DINNER.
Christmas, 5:45 to 7:45 P. M.
RELISHES
Olives Pearl Onions Chow Chow
Eastern Oysters on Half Shell
SOUP
Puree of Tomato Consomme
Salted Almonds
FISH
linked Salmon old Jardiniere
ENTREES
Pineapple Fritters
Stuffed Bell Peppers
Fillet of Beef and Mrown Gravy
ROASTS
Goose
Turkey with Dressing and Cranberry
Sauce
VEGETABLES
Green Peas Mashed Potatoes
Sweet Potatoes '
SALAD
Sliced Tomatoes Three "P"
DESSERT
Mince Pie Gooseberry Pie
Jelly Vanilla Ice Cream
Nuts Bon Hons Stuffed Dates
CHEESE
American Swiss
Fruit Cake Punch
St. Charles Hotel, Dec. 25, 1911.
Please make table reservations in
advance.
The old saying that an old shoe fits best is
what we thought was right, For that reason ' we
got all our old help what we could in town
and also sent to Independence and LaGrande
for more, so you will find the same familiar faces
and people to wait on you. They will supply
Vour wants.
at MEISER & MEISER
Simply, Common BUSINESS METHODS Day after Da
IS WHAT HAS MADE THE BLAIX CLOTHING CO., A REPUTATION THAT NONE QUESTION, AND
IS CONSTANTLY GUARDED BY THE MANAGEMENT. YOU ARE NOT LURED INTO BUYING
SOMETHING YOU DO NOT 'WANT AND YOU ARE NOT ALLOWED TO GO AWAY DISSATISFIED.
OUR STOCK OF GOODS IS THE BEST MONEY AND EXPERIENCE CAN BUY, AND WE INTEND TO
J
PROTECT THE INTEREST OF OUR CUSTOMERS.
TION WILL APPEAL TO YOU. .
YOUR TRADE IS DESIRED AND OUR SELEC-
THE
LAIN CLOTH
ING