Albany daily democrat. (Albany, Or.) 1888-192?, August 03, 1918, Page 6, Image 6

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ALBAMT DAILY DEMOCRAT, (MTl'KDAY, At'dl'ST 8, Wt.
Wash Silks
For
Men's Shirts
Jut received, tome beautiful WA SH SILKS in striped patterns.
Blue, ffreena, pinka, lavender and black combination of colore on
white (round.
They make very serviceable and Rood-lookiiiK ahirta at reasonable
-priree.
. .. S1.50 a Yard
See them on diaplay in our aho w window.
Flood's Store
334 West First St
A CASH BASIS
This is our decision after August 15th. No book
accountsbetter service-lower prices
FRED DAWSON'S DRUG STORE
TO DARKEN
: APPLYSAGE TEA
Look Young! Bring Back Iti
Natural Color, Glosa and
Attractiveness.
WHEN ANSWERING classified, ad.. WM. FARM M HAS REAL
kindle mention The Democrat ITXCH IN NEW SHOW
"It may be rank heresy on my part.
but it does appear that the opportun
ities are greater in pictures, especially
the development we experience undt
such master personages in the film
world aa William Fox," says William
Famum, famous star. "In no whit
is an actor's talent lessened when he
enters the silent world of expression.
Rather it seems to me like there is a
broader bent.
"One can feel himself frrow in a
master story such aa 'When a Man
Sees Red," an adaptation of Larrv
Evans' (Treat story of "The Painted
Lady," which appeared in the Satur
day Evening Post. In this picture I
had opportunities that never would
come to one on the stage.
The aailorman, Luther Smith, is a
lovable, strong man, who it grievouslv
wronged, and he develops another side
to the strong, red-blooded fighting
man, whose fighting instincts come
to the fore in the most remarkable
fighting climax ever witnessed, either
on the stage or in pictures.
"When a Man Sees Red" appears
again at the Rolfe tonight.
Common rarden sag brewed tntota
heavy tea with sulphur added, will
torn rear, streaked and faded hair
beautiful! dark and luxuriant. Juet
few applications will prove a revela
tion tf rour hair Is fading, streaked or
ray. Mlzlnc the Sac Tea and 8ul-
Shur recipe at home, though, lattrou
luome. An easier way la to get a
battle of Wrath's Sace and Sulphur
Compound at any drug store all ready
ror use. This la the old-time recipe
Improved by the addition of other In
gredlvnta. While wispy, amy. faded hair to not
sinful, we all dealre to retain our
yoathful appearance and attractive
ness. 1 By darkening your hair with
Wrath's Sac Ud Sulphur Compound,
no one can tell, because It doee It so
naturally, ao evenly. Tou juet dampen
a sponge or soft brush with it and
draw this through your hair, taking
one small strand at a time: by morning
all gray hairs have disappeared, and,
after another application or two, your
hair becomes beautifully dark, (lossy,
oft and luxuriant
This preparation la a delightful toilet
reaulslte and Is not Intended tor the
aura, mitigation or prevention of dla-
kindly mention The Democrat.
WHEN ANSWERING classifieds ads.
GLOBE
TODAY
I
TODAY
Miss Jackie of the Army
DETAINED
AT CAMP FILM TODAY BUT,
Butterfly
COMES TO HER RESCUE
ORCHESTRA
0
I.1HKAKY NOTES
The library Board held its usual
monthly meeting last evening, with
President Hewitt presiding and all
but two members present.
In the absence of J. C. Irvine, A.
0. Schmitt acted as secretary.
The librarian's report included the
following items: books purchased, 22:
books given, 7; new readers, 21; num
ber of books loaned, 13.19; largest
daily circulation, 90; visitors to read
ing room, 2105; meetings held in the
library, 15.
Encouraging features of the adult
circulation are that 15 books were
taken out in natural science, 22 in lit
erature and 63 in history; 157 being
the total in non-fiction.
Rev. G. II. Young, chairman of the
extension committee, made a Strom.
and enthusiastic report on the need of
a county library, the method of ob
taining one, and the success of the
county libraries in Oregon. The board
discussed the report and made plans
to further the movement. It is hoped
to have a traveling library at the
county fair.
! son of Corvallis, son of Mr. ar.d Mrs.
j C. O. Anderson, formerly of this cily,
' was aboard the Sua Diego which was
sunk recently, but he and another for
vallis boy have notified relatives an. I
friends that they got out of it all
right. Times.
' CHURCH NOTICES
TONIGHT
E
SEE
Margarita Fischer
IN
The Butterfly
TONIGHT AND
Charlie Chaplin
in, The Cure
and you will la ugh this time
1
SUNDAY
D
MONDAY
DOROTHY D ALTON
In TYRANT FEAR
A Photodrsma of the Canadian Wilds, filled with unusual
ly strong dramatic situations,
A New Comedy THE CHIEF COOK
Evangelical Church
Comer First snd Pine streets. Sun
day school st 10 n. m. No preaching
in the morning as the pastor will be
out of town. Young People's Alliance
at 7:30 p. m. followed by preaching
at 8:30 p. m. Rev. H. Smith will
preach. C. L. Schuster, pastor.
First Presbyterian "
The pastor, O. B. Pershing, wil'
preach in the morning and the theme
will be, "The Cross in Real Living."
In the evening Pres. R. G. Doney of
Salem will speak at the anion service
on his experiences in France. Every
one will want to hear Dr. Doney. The
time is 8 o'clock.
St. Mary's Church-
Rev. Arthur Lane, rector. Rev. John
Rubis, assistant. Sunday services at
6:30 and 9:30 a. m. The pastor will
speak at both services from the gos
pel of the day, St. Mark 7, the subject
being The Cure of the Deaf and Dumb
Man. Evening service at 7:30. The
subject will be Bearing Adversity. The
public is cordially invited.
First Christian Church
Evangelist M. Howard Fagan will
preach on Sunday morning. Sermon.
"A Challenge to Our Loyalty." The
Sunday school meets as usual at 10
a. m. You will always find a heartv
welcome at this church.
Christian Science
Sunday services 11 a. m. Subject
of lesson sermon, "Love." Sundav
school 9:45 and 11. Wednesday eve
ning meeting at 8. Reading room open
to the public from 2 to 4:30 p. m.
Monday, Wednesday and Friday. All
are welcome.
I BROWNSVILLE NEWS NOTES I
I I
Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Cochran and
family accompanied by Mrs. Tolbert
Jordon were Albany visitors Thursday
of last week.
Mrs. F. S. Gutzman and daughter
Clara were Albany visitors last week.
Miss Helen Essex of Albany returned
home with them.
Last week a deal was closed at Har
risburg in which Dan Fisher, former
ly of this city, transferred his holdings
in a 682-acre farm east of Harrtaburg
together with a herd of well bred short
hom and Hereford cattle, to H. W.
Larkin of Portland, traveling repre
sentative of a large Seattle packing
company. According to the Bulletin,
Mr, Fisher will again take up his con
tracting, building and architect work.
Mr. Larkin and sons will have person
al supervision of the stock farm and
take charge at once.
Mrs. G. W. Wright and daughter,
Mrs. N. Wilbur and little son, spent
the week-end with Mrs. Wright's mo
ther, Mrs. Harriet' Cooley.
Ned Cushman, who is spending the
summer with his grandparent, Mr.
and Mrs, J. B. Moore, fell and sustain
ed a fracture of the arm last week.
According to an item appearing in
Benton county papers, Ramond Ander-
n Vacation
Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Flood left todav
for I.uckiamute, where they will upend
the week-end.
To Visit Uncle
Hessie Cameron Simpson will leave
tomorrow afternoon for Pittshury.
Penn., to visit her uncle. Dr. 0. J.
Cameron, and spend the winter.
Going to Yarhata
Mrs. F. L. Ilammerly and son, Ilutrh
Ilammerly, and Miss Katherine Dona
hue will leave in the morning for the
Yarhata for a fishing trip.
Weather Report
Yesterday's temperature ranged
from 79 to 40 degrees. The river
stands at 1.1 feet.
To Spend Week-End
Mrs. R. A. Floyd went to Portland
this morning to spend the week-end.
Been Visiting Here
Miss Hattie Hamilton and niece.
Miss Hells Hawkin of Ponlnnd went
to Portland this morning. Miss Hawk
in has been here the past hcck wh
ing at the Hamilton home.
Leave for Newport
Mrs. Henrietta Brown, Mrs. L. E.
Tillman, Miss Kate Stewart ami .Vim
Clare Tillman left this noon for a two
weeks' outing at Newport
Here From Arago
Mrs. Joseph Dunson, wife of the
Arago lighthouse keeper, is here vis
iting for the week-end at the home of
Prof, and Mrs. Lee.
Home on Furlough
Ernest Hamisrh of Fort Scott, Cal.,
is home for a two months' furlough to
visit his parents.
Prof. Finierty Here .
Prof. G. E. Finnerty, who has been
attending summer school at Eugene,
came down this morning. He will re
turn to Eugene tomorrow and go up
the McKenzie river on a fishing trip.
CARD OF THANKS
We desire to express our thanks
and appreciation for the sympathy
and beautiful flowers given during
the illness and death of husband nnd
father.
MRS. C. DE WALL
AND CHILDREN.
PETER DEWALL, brother
WHY I rit(IIU CKl) "TIIK
FINGER OF JUSTICE"
For eight months 1 have been in a
luind-to-hand, life or death struggle
with the vU-e-t:Hiiili)ing-lHHie ring of
California. The only weapon suffic
iently powerful to win this fight is
publicity.
In every American city, hccnue of
the enormous revenue derived by vice
merchants, a colossal political tun -chine
has hern built up to nullify the
laws designed to suppress this tluistlv
business.
In (he midst of this long war Miss
draco Maibry Sanderson, brilliant
tTan lilaukhtcr of the lale mayor of
Snn Francisco. hrouk-ht me this thrill
ing story. I immediately saw its far
reaching possibilities, carrying .the
message of this campaign to millions
unreached by voice or pen. This film
mnstcrpicce is the outcome.
The profits from this enterprise will
le devoted to the campaign, to a pro.
gram of rehabilitation for the unfor
tunate victim of the system, and sim
ilar purposes.
After three weeks' run in San Fran.
cisco and nn enrnirrnicnt over the en- I
tire Turned & Dnhnken circuit, the
concensus of opinion is lluu the pic
ture is destined to mark nn cKH-h in
the thinking of American cities.
PAUL SMITH.
"The Finger of Justice" will lie at
the Globe next Friday only.
NEW FALL GOODS
Arriving every day old contracts no' being filled at old prices.
Your shnru is here.
Ladles' union suits JUr. 6c, IIHc Men's leather faced riinvas
Muslin gowns f 1.23. f I.4D. f I.KH gloves, wrist or gauntlet 2c
Muslin skirts It.M, II. 'H. f 1.69, Men's lealber gloves UHr. 1 1.2.1,
fl.HH $1,111, Sill". ll.dH
Muslin drawers VNc Men's wool cloth liala f I.UH 12. ID
Muslin corset cover. ... 49c, &r Men's felt lulls ... S2.HM. 1:111
llrnaaiere 39r, 5c John II. Slelson lints .... II. 1.1
Zephyr knitting yarn 2.1r hliaki pauls It.DX. $2.21
Palm Olive Soap .... J for 25c Kliukt uuioiialls 12.9a
Glycerin, Son, 1 1 for 2.1c M . ,,,,, UM
Hath Soap 3for25r ... , , ,
Peroxide 12c Men . work sot 2 for 2.1c
folk-ale's Tale 12c Men's dress sox 19c
Colgnle's Tooth Paste .. 8, I9c Men's work shirts 79c
HI SI F.It IIKOWN SHOES I OK HOYS AND GIKI.H
3
A CAMOUFLAGE KISS
AT HOI.FE THEATER
June r aprire is kissed right in the
dnrk and the funny part about the '
kiss is that she gives credit to the 1
wrong man for the pleasure it gives
her. That's the situation in her latest
Fox photoplay, "A Cnmouflaire Kia,"i
which will be shown at the Itoife Sun-'
day and Monday. I
Tis n piny brimful of humor. It
brings together a manufacturer of ;
beans and a producer of pork with the
natural result of pork and tieans. The
pork man is prosperous and mixes hs
pork anil lieans well but when it comes
to love he is not so gol amixer. He
is so shy that he coaxes another man
to kiss his affianced bride in the dark.
She's delighted. Twns a wonderful
kiss. Hut as with children you can't
fool a woman. She knows her own. 1
again she realizes that the pork man's
So when the real kisser kisses her
kiss has leen Camouflaged.
As usual. Miss Caprice plays her
part with gaiety. I
SQUEEGiyirTlRES
Fit For Battle
TIRES, like mm, have to be "stripped for
uclion" if they're fjolnj lito battle.
Under tho terrific b:it'f rirsj c.f American roads,
"extra fe.iluris" t.-e u burd n. Htiaranti-es are
useless. Only cleun-ci:t, well-built tires can stand
the punishment.
We're g-d to till you thiit Diamonds nro rolling up
thousands of n. Its for our customers, with "come
backs "co L'v fix between that they don't count.
DuirmnJs nrc "f I fcr hiHl" nady to jump from
our corr.f!;ti r'.tl. '. your cu:- on short notice.
Diamond Tubes l.'jrp llieirlife for year. We
consider ihvm the ".t i J--i on the market
Fran c W riorsky
On Picifis 'i!iwy.
113 West First St. Albany, Ore.
Black Tread
Slaes
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T1 WILLI AM FARNUM far. III
la. jU"
LAST TIM K TOMiJHT
WILLIAM
FARNUM
IN
"WHENAMAN
SEES RED"
COMINt; SINDAY
Win. Vnx priNcnlx
WILLIAM FARNUM
DIRECTION WILLIAM FOX
In "When A Man Sees Red," playing at The itoife today
June Caprice
in a
'Camouflage Kiss'
III no '
Charlie Chaplin
tfsual prices 5 ;.nd l!ic Plus Tan
ROLFE