Albany daily democrat. (Albany, Or.) 1888-192?, July 26, 1918, Page 2, Image 2

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ALBANY DAILT DEMOCRAT. r'ltliHY. Jl'LY 2. 1918.
Daily Democrat
WM. H. HORNIBROOK, publisher
Entered at the poetoffic at Allny,
Orafon, as second claaa matter.
Daily published every evening except
Sunday. Semiweekly published Tues
days and Fridays.
; Bualneu Matter
in ordering chanirea of address, sub
acribera should always give old ai
well aa new address.
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tion; one-half cent per word thercaf-
tar, payable in ' advance. Minimum
charge,, twenty-five cents.
ESTABLISHED IN 1865
FRIDAY, JILY 26. 1918.
EXCHANGING PRISONERS
.England has just begun to exchange
prisoners with Germany. The first
Germans returned to their Fatherland
are reported to be sadly disappointed.
They, complain that the food is far
worse in quality and much less in
quantity than-what they were given in
the British prison camps, and that thev
are forced to perform intolerably hard
war tasks.
The British on the contrary rejoice
to return home and with good reason.
Many of them are physical wreck.
Nearly all are incapacitated for ordin
ary work by the hardships and cruel
ties to which they were subjected bv
their captors.
It ia the aame experience that the
hardships and cruelties to which thev
were subjected by their captors.
- It is the same experience that the
French have had since they began
, trading prisoners a few weeks ago.
It serves to explain why the allies
have so long refrained from the cus
tom, almost without exception in prev
ious wars, of exchanging prisoners
with the enemy aa soon as possible
after their capture.
r Neither the British nor French are
surprised. They knew exactly what
to expect. They realised that while
they aent the captured Germans back
home in good health and spirits, proofs
of scrupulously fair and decent treat
ment durinz their caDtivity. the men
. . returned by Germany would be for
the most part an economic liability.
They knew, too, that they could not
expect the German government to heed
the international rule that exchanged
prisoners shall not return to the armv
nor need they expect the individual
Germans to keep their parole. There is
no more honor in Germany. The men
sent home will return, as a matter of
' ' course, to some form of military serv
ice. Some have already. The records
may be falsified, but there is no ques
tion of the fact.
nnimniy frhta IT nn-lonrl mti4 IT rflr)iA
have decided, nevertheless, to trade
considerable numbers of prisoners, as
a humanitarian measure. It will give
Germany an undeserved advantage
and make the war a little harder, to
win, but they put humanity before mil-
Rary utility. The United States will
no doubt do likewise.
READ OUR WANT ADS.
' THE BEST
BAILED GOODS
GROCERIES, PRODUCE
and FRUITS
PARKER'S
"The Sign of Quality"
136 Lyon St. Both Phone
Cash Paid for JINK
Bring in all kinds of metal, iron,
. scraps, sacks, rags, etc. Helo
the Government conserve its
. metal.
PACIFIC JUNK COMPANY
' Second and Baker Streets, Bell
345-R, Home 2227
SPECIAL
100 lbs. PEERLESS DAIRY
SALT
95c
M. SENDERS ft CO.
IT IS THE WAY OF THE MULTNOMAH HOTEL at Portland.
Cordiality of Greeting, nice service, garage for your use if you are
driving a car, and close proximity to all places of interest, are mak
ing The Multnomah -
PORTLAND'S LEADING HOTEL
WE INVITE YOU
to inspect our racking House; then you will know why your neigh
bor buy meat from us.
D. E. Nebergall Meat Co.
Both Phones 47
WE INVITE YOUR
ACCOUNT
We offer every service in the scope of good banking capable man
agement, ample capital, convenient location! modern equipment, com
plete facilities and efficient services. We invite your account.
ALBANY STATE BANK
Your Summer Outing
For health resort aad mountain ontings: Breitenbush Hot Springs,
Mt. Jefferson, Marion and Pamelia Lakes.
We have now established a daily pack train and saddle horses
Also have a mountain outfitting and general merchandise store, at
Detroit, Oregon.
For further information, Roy Newport, S. P. Lunch Counter, Albany,
Oregon; or Detroit, Oregon.
VIERECK'S BATHS
WHEN ANSWERING classifieds ads.
"Hem Do
You Do"
And
"Good Bye"
You Use Those Words
when friends come to
your home. You are
glad to see them, and
sorry that they are
leaving.
Second and Lyon Sta.
ajrandip(ulii.
Open 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. .Saturdays 10 p.m.
Corner First and Ellsworth Streets
kindly mention The Democrat.
Back of the Firing
Line
Modern war conditions demand that our armies must have behind them na
tional solidarity, the coordination of all the vast activities and an indus
trial army many times greater than the Nation's fighting forces.
The Nation's capital is linked with all these varied activities by the toll
and long distance lines of the Bell System., Thousands of miles of special
wire systems have been turned over to the Government for its exclusive
use. Switchboards in the Government departments at Washington have
been enlarged and new ones installed. Right of way is given to Govern
ment business over all commercial lines, so that the Government chiefs
may keep in constant touch with every phase of the Nation's great task
and direct its progress intelligently and effectively.
In organizing the military activities of the country, the Government has
had the effective cooperation of the Bell Telephone System, which even
in peace times reached 70,000 communities and now extends to the head
quarters of every Army Department and Naval District in the United States.
THE PACIFIC TELEPHONE &
TELEGRAPH COMPANY
CITY NEWS
Cooked Food Sale
The Red Cross will have another
: rooked food snlo tomorrow at the
j llroaditlbin street store.
Returned to Jefferson
i Miss Ruth Howard of Jefferson re
; turned home this morning after a visit
; hero with friends.
I
I To Spend Week-End
! Bessie Simpson went to Portland
' this morning to spend the week-end.
, Visited Sister
Mrs. J. R. Chamlter of St. Helens
returned home this morning after a
visit with her sister, Mrs. R. L. Welch.
Weather Report '
Yesterdays temiicrature ranged
from 53 to 73 degrees. The river rais
ed to 1.2 feet.
Visiting Here
Wm. Burggrnf of Salem was visit-
! ing relatives here yesterday.
Pierre 11
Hon. Walter Pierre, democratic noni
inee for governor, and Will Moore, col
lector of customs, passed through A I-1
buny this morning on their way to 1
Coos Bay, where Mr. Pierce is sched
uled to deliver an address.
Old Resident Here
S, M. Steele, formerly engagexl in
the real estate business in Albany, is
visiting old friends here.
THE FACE IN THE DARK
STARRING MAE HARSH. HERE
No sooner does Mae Marsh delight
her admirers with a totally different
' sort of heroine than along she comes
with yet another. She is truly "the
girl of a thousand faces." She delight
ed the world with her tender, wistful
heroine in "The Cinderella Man"; she
wrung tears as the little French girl
of "Fields of Honor," and as the lone
ly waiting beacon-girl in "The Beloved
Traitor." he art lifted the play to the
level of screen classics. And in the
powerful drama chosen by Coldwyn
for her newest appearance she is given
opportunity to strike a deeper, more
poignant note than offered by any of
her previous characterizations. She is
Jane Ridgeway in Irwin S. Cobb's
drama of the secret service, "The Face
in the Dark," which comes to the
Rolfe Theater starting today.
FISHER-BRADEN
Undertakers ,
Auto Service Lady Assistant
Real Estate
Loans & Insurance
Collins & Taylor
Albany Hotel Building
LIBERTY
SIX
It's Different
"HIDE IN IT- DRIVE IT
WEST END
GARAGE
General Automobile Repairing
(Accessories)
HILIIKKT & KING. Props.
9th & Kim Sta. Both Phones
iWar Swings Stamps
m.tutu lV THE
United States
Government -
HKr rm NnTivrMMii r mr wKtoi
4 i' im ip t k n i in n k rr j
Wall
Paper
The; very latest designs
in artistic Wall Paner
direct from the factorv
tu our store prices vcrv
reasonable.
Full line of the best
Paints ?nd Varnishes
Varnis'.i Stains OH
Stains and a complete
line of Colors Decorat
ing and Tinting.
Burkhart
&
Lee
Grow With
This Bank !
The fact that we are growing
yearly, indicates our ability to
help others grow.
Every facility which can, with
safety, be used to assist our pa
trons, is freely offered new de
positors. Capital and Surplus I90.000.0Q
J. W. Cusick & Co.
Bankers
Albany, Oregon
Frank G. Will
JEWELER
High class Jewelry, Silver, Cut
Class and Hand Painted China
ALBANY PLANING
. MILL
All Kind of Mill Work
Class and Wind Shields.
STETTER'S
Full line of Chinaware, Dishes,
Crockery, Glassware, Granite,
Tinware, and Groceries.
WHEN answering Classified ads
ulease mention the Democrat
13
A
N
Y
fonib II SAVINGS BANK
CLASSIFIED HSESS
CI.ASSIHKI)
For Sale
FOR SALE 1 1. ml wood slabs, stove
leiiKth. Delivered anywhere in the
city. Hot It phones liii. t'ssli on de
livery. j22n22
FOR SALE - Canadian lands. F.aav
terms. Full information, see ti.Hi.
Taylor at corner of 2d and liroad
all.in. liijtff
FOR SALE CAR BARGAIN'S I.Uil
Maxwell iUVl.; 1!17 Maxwell, i,U;
new tires. Ford linlit delivery. -';
Kord truck. ..7.i; Studrliakvr. l-'.i.'.;
Will, lo Anderson Son. jl'.Hf
FOR SALE -A iro.nl reliable team,
tioud harness and wacon. Ikith
horses single drivers. Also some
farm iiniiliincnts. Just the outfit
for small place. 1140 W. 12th St.
V. H. Curry, both phones. JlOtf
FOR SALE- Hudson 4 cylinder auto
in k'ood condition at n bargain, Call
looH Snutiam Road after u p m.
24,j2rt
FOR SALE - Shouts wiIkIimii; from
Ml to lot) lbs., at McKechmc Farm
on R..F. I. I. Home phone h,2.
2ftj27
FOR SALE I milk Kat. Kves 2 quts.
daily. Also I Hilly limit, .' mo. old.
Also trrain sacks, tall at Roeowuy'a
Store. 2.'j27
FOR SALE - l'.li! Fyd. (loud condi
tion: S new tires. Pacific uliuik'e,
West Second St. "Uyil
SI.AIIWOOD and old fir. Place or
ders now. M. i. Reed, Hell l'.' It,
Home 4-."J'.t. 2.'j27
CAR I1ARCA1NS-2 late model Font
tourinir ram in A I condition; I run
about Ford, delivery bed. At Waldo
Anderxon A Son. j'-'Mf
HARVEST HANDS A irood .u,.!v
of comforters at fck-, 7.V and 11 each.
Also exceptor Twin Autoeycle at a
hnrenin. Albany Furniture E
rhanirr, 415 417 W. 1st St. 2.rij'J!
For Rent
FOR RENT- 1 furnished houso and 2
other food houses. Inquire of W.
F. l'feiffer. j'.'Htf
FOR RENT for summer, new &-room
furnished house. Strictly modern.
In desirable location. Enquire 'AM
West First St. jl'lltf
FOR RENT New. strictly modern (!
room bungalow, close in and verv
best lorntion. Rent reasonable. En
quire Western Union Telegraph Of
fire. jJ9tf
FOR SALE Pirs and cows. Hell
phone JL'FIJ. l.tj-.!.r
Help Wanted Female
WANTED AX ONCE.. Woman to do
family washing. Hell phone 21.
20jJl) j
, .
Help Wanted Male j
WANTED 5 men for factory work, i
Steady employment, Kod wiiifes.
Apply at office of Collins A Tay
lor, Hotel Albany building, Albany,
Oregon. 'li'yll
WANT man with team to haul pole
wood, ash nnd maple, on shares.
Hecker & Beam, 1.13 Lyon St. 27j2!l
Miscellaneous
ACADEMY OF OUR LADY OF PER
PETUAL HELP Albany, Oregon.
A bonrdinir and day school conduct
ed by the lleiieilii'tinc Sisters. Terms
moderate. For information address
Sister Superior. j24nl
WANTED Carpenter to I. nil, I small
addition to residence. 41 East Fifth
Avenue. 24j27
LOST A yellow Jersey cow. Notifv
A. F. Chute, llox HI, R. 2, Albany,!
Oreifnn. 24j2(l
WANTED Paper carriers. Call Hii"h
llnmmcrly, Hell 4:i!iY, Home I4!5.
WOOD SAWINO-Cnll rfewtnn Hros.,
11.1!) E. 2d St., Home phone 441)4,
Hell phone 377-J. Office with Cum
mini's Transfer Co. Jli.f
WHEN ANSWERING classifieds ads.
kfndlv mention Thn Democrat
Fortmiller Bros.
Funeral Directors
Both Phones Masonic Bldg.
, Our Own Auto Hearts
Lady Assistant
st NATIONAL BANK
m km m: it federal reserve system
Every banking accommodation la afforded by the am
ple resources, conservative ninuagvmi'iit and courteous
treatment of the of fleers ami employes of this
institution.
Try a checking account with us.
THRIFT The- need of (ha American People.
T
UMHHKI.I.AS- We are showliiK our
summer line of "Hull" Detachable
Handle and suitcase Umbrellas In
black and white and colore. The
"Hull" quality is always depend
able. Your Initial eiitrraved free of
of charge. F. M. French A Son,
Jewelers and Engravers. mJtf
WHEN ANSWEKINC classifieds ada
kindly mention The Democrat.
WOODSAWINC - all S. II. Ilrida-er.
Home phone HUH, Hell .'ItUY. U-sl-
dence 1112 Elm and 11th. jiilf W
BUSINESS DiRtciunr
IIF.MSn iTIIINilie ysid. 452-R
Sue llrrckrnndicr. J.1J W. Sa-tmd
ELMER C. G1PE
Chiropractor
Rooms J. 7, 9. 10, Cusick Bank Bids.
Nature cannot cure disease unless
the cause Is removed. Chiropractic
adjustments remove the cause.
DR. 11. E. JACKSON
Dentist
Room 404-5 First National bank bldg
BOTH PHONES
DR. GEORGE J. KENAOY
Chiropractor
First National Bank Building
dltl
Heal Estate, Insurance and
Money to Loan
II F MERRILL
Insurance, Loans, Surety Bonds
Si.n ul st'rnnnn H'vrn t rsrr ol
property helnnuindo nn rri!-nt'
Ki"in No I, rrn,l (' r First Sav.
Hank ImililiiiK. All, an)'. Orrg-oa
J. V. PIPE
IIarralns In Farm l-anda and Cltv
property.
Insurance, Money to loan on (lood
Farms at 6 per rent
For Sale Real Estate
Loans
Surety Bonds
E. F. SOX
Fire, Casualty and Automobile
Insurance. Real Estate
211 1st Nstional Bsnk Bids
Repair Work
Tractors and Autoa a specialty
Call on ft
ALTO & MACHINE WORKS
Old Watson Hide, First Street
Hen F. Riddrra, Prop.
Now Is
the Time
TO PLANT THE FOLLOWING
FOR WINTER USE
Cahhaite
St. Val Broccoli
Winter Cauliflower
and Stork Kale
A Full Line at
Murphy's
Seed Store