Albany daily democrat. (Albany, Or.) 1888-192?, August 22, 1918, Page 3, Image 3

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    AI.IIANY IIAILY DEMOCRAT. THIICHIMY, ALGU.HT 22. 191.
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NATIONAL HANK IlKSOl HIT S
Tim total rc.ourccs of the natiuiiii)
hanks (if tli riiutilry huwn liy re
ports to tli. Comptroller of Currclicv
under tin cull uf June 21, were $17,.
N.T.I.MI'J.IIIIII, mi liicrraae of ll.l'.HH.IC'J,
000 over the same date la.l yiur.
Total dcpoMit. in fiat Inniil hanks on
June 2l show uli increase of 11,21'.',
77Ci,(MHI over n year ago.
Next tu n liberty IiiiiiiI. tin licst In
vc.lmcnl 'you ran inal.e In a -illii
riliirntlnii for yuur mm. Mt. Angel
College, W. llciicilict, Ore. Address
A. I). Meier.
WAR TO KM) IN IUIV
HAYS COLONEL
MAY
PUBLIC SALE
V' will tn-II nt Pul'lic Auction tin
llu- M. II. WII.U ffirrn 7 milrH cunt
nf All'iiny lint I 'd imjU'N went uf
TI'FSIIAV. AI't.l'KT 27
- cuiiinirnriiitr nt 10 . in,!
orr, ( ntllr, 3.1 liny, Mnrhlnrry,
V'if., Ilnum-litild (mmmIn
Lunch nerved nt Noun ly Ijilvirw
Kt'tl 'rumt AuMtmrv
HUUS II. tl W. J. M A USHAl.t..
rrtiiriitom
A. I.. Sti'VritMin, Kulph Mrkrcknlt
Aui-tioiicfr CItrk
I lSIII K-HKADKN
Undert.keis
Auto Service Lady Assistant
( urn ii in mil r uf Old 3il Oregon S riU-
Inlrrrallii" l.ctler lu llr.
M. II. Kill.
'Hu following letter win received to
ilny ly I r. M. II. F.llis from Coloiial
May, couuiiiiiiihr uf the old Thinl Ore
run iccimeiil. which is now un tin'
firing Inn- In France:
t uning liir Ft Cher, Frnnrcjuly 27,
I 1HIH.
I li ar Colonel: Yuur letter reached
' mi- liMliiy nml I w very glad to hear
frmn yuu. Alu appreciate tin- spirit
in which it wan written. It in rather
lonely uvir hero mill while it rcgi
iiii'iiliil com niiiikIi' r ha work enough
tu fill I In' 21 hours, it Icaws n iuirt
I, our ur au when, the ininil will refuse
tu roncentraUi un the present ami
wander lark tu other days and utlur
warn. I uftcn think uf tin- days when
the regiment was in the Philippines
ami uf the staunch uhl comrades who
in firhl nml ritiui li-arueil the Ic.nuiis
uf war uml were ever rraily lu lenil
1 a liaml tu hi'lji ami a wonl to cheer.
Only li e chaplain ami myself are li ft
uf the uhl rutniniiiNinlii'il Jiersounrl.
I lluwever. We have tlevelueil a fine
hit uf youiii'ntcr from the ame nia
' ti-rnil ami the rcgimu-'t maintains all
it m tnulitions.Thcie in a wrong imprv.
nun iiUiut Ihe jirrHi'iil hiatus uf the
r.'k'iiiiint. It in nut "hruken up" hut
i i just in much an entity as tlie day
' it went into feileral service. Him twice
PRESIDENT WILSON'S APPEAL:
PRODUCE MORE FOOD
GREAT
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PORTLAND, OREGON
SEPTEMBER 5, 6, 7, 1918
On lh Cotton, Ruegg and Phoenix Rarche
TTNIVERfilTY of OREGON VrJ"1T
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Auto Vacuum Freezer
A CKANhl.KSS II K ( UKAM r'KKKZKK that will freee I'erfert Ire
( ream In 30 minute. W I I HOI T TlKMMi A CltANK:
Six -1 ih aiie Kreerer 12.95
1-J lii.h iie Kreeier I00 a.nd $1.50
Wood worth Drug Co.
Slab Wood
Can make IM MKDIATK HKI.IVKKIKS
E. K. Cl'MMINCS
"How Do
You Do"
And
"Good Nye"
You Uio Thoae Wocda
when friends come to
your homo. You are
-lilil tn see 'them, and
orry that thny are
leaving.
IT IS THE WAY OK THE MULTNOMAH HOTEL at 1'ortland.
Cordiality of (iroetinit, nice service, (ramtre for your use if you arc
driving rar, and close proximity to all places of interest, are mak
Injr Tho Multnomah
PORTLAND'S LEADING HOTEL
VIERECK'S BATHS
s v f l,cn 7 m-t0 7 pm..Satunlaya 10 p.m.
Corner First and Ellsworth Street
as niuny Ori'Koniuin In it as it had on
March Will, l!U7, and will always lie
officially the HiLM W rrKm) In
fantry. There has been and will lie
yreat many chmiKes in its ier.un
I, hut the same truiuinK thut made
Ihe regiment what It was when it
liiiidid in Krance L still lieiuir eiven
the men whu join and the "esprit" of
the l)::d is still maintained. We have
tu lake a hitf view uf lliinys over here
mid feel that we am doliiK our full
duty when we do what we are order
ed to du. "A soldier dun't choose -he
olieya." Nobody is downhearted
and we are all "duinif our darnd".t."
I think your diagnosis is correct,
Ililli will see the end. I see Winn fre
iuently. He is just the same. Write
nm when yuu find time and I want to
assure you that the spirit of the army
in France i one of ahsuluto confi
dence. As to victory, we have met
the Hun and he is nut so "awful
mufh." His "friyhtfulness" don't
frighten the Yanke a little hit.
With rcyards to yourself and all
friends,
.Sincerely,
OL. J. L. MAY.
rUOHTKKK
tin, wallow in yuur irulden mire,
Count o'er yuur Moody elf,
Kent out your shriveled suul f r hire,
Ituild monuments to Self!
Stand not Ix-fore the altar light
lu Krccdom's huly fune;
lli'i'une! und let us fik'ht our fik'ht,
While you compound yuur ifiiin!
Yuu sell our hera in the mart.
Your trraftpiiitf finyers shine
With jewels from his bleeding heart.
Y'our countryman and mine!
He lies upon a crimson couch.
Dead, in a holy cause.
While yuu thind his liody crouch.
With banknotes in your claws!
Iteware the people you betray;
They're patient, they endure;
Their wrath, once wakened, none mav
stay,
Thir aim is swift and sure.
Your ilay is drawing to a close,
Y'our slowly sinking sun
A cruel, ercv.ome shadow throws
A gallows and a gun!
WHEN ANSWERING rlnssificds ada
kindly mention The Democrat.
II AY', GRAIN. FEED
Stock and I'oultry Suppliea
Vi.soline and Oils
1'. ii. HAYNE.
Fast Third and Mnin Streeta
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virtue until
EYE ENDI KANCE is
use liecomes abuse.
IK YOU KiNOHE the innumerable
warnings which tired nature so kind
ly vouchsafes, you will inevitnblv
pay the ena!ty.
E. C. MKAUE
Optometrist
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NOW ON DISPLAY
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MARTIN'S NEW PHOTOPLAY
Vivian Martin long has held an
unhue place in the circles of film
luminuries. As a Paramount star she
has won hosts of admirers throughout
the country, all of whom regard her
as one of the most delightful. That
ihe possesses an inimitable naivette,
with ortistrv of the highest order. Is
generally conceded.
In her new picture, "Unclaimed
Goods," Miss Martin appears in a
Western role, that of the daughter
of a sheriff, and she undergoes the
remarkable experience of being ship
ped as an express package to a mining
town. The mining town is in the hands
of bandits the leader of whom, at
tracted by the girl's beauty, is about
to buy her at auction when she is sav
ed by a man she hnd befriended and
who sacrificed his life in her behalf, j mounted troopi
l nere are unu&uui iwisia in una
capital photopiay which is to lie pre
sented at tne Globe tomorrow.
ADVERTISEMENT FOR SEWER
CONSTRUCTION
Sealed bids will be received by the
Council of the City of Albany, Oregon,
until 7:30 o'clock P. M., August 28.
DUN, for the construction of an eight
inch lateral sewer beginning at the
manhole in the Onk Street Trunk
Sewer between First and Second
Streets and running thence Westerlv
Into Mock 7 in llacklemnn s nrd Ad
dition to the City of Albany, Oregon
a distance of 272 feet.
Said sewer construction to be made
in nccordnnoe with the Charter and
Ordinances of said City of Albany and
the iilnna, specifications and estimates
of the City Engineer now on file in
the office of the Recorder of said City,
where the plans may be seen and
snecificntions nnd estimates obtained
Hi.ls will be opened nt 7:30 o'clock
P. M., August 28, li18.
No proposal or hill will be consider
ed unless accomonnied by a certified
check payable to the City of Albany
in an amount equnl to five per cent
of the aggregate hid to lie rorteiteo
as fixed and liquidated damages in
case the bidder neglects or refuses
to enter into a contnict and provide an
approved bond in a sum equal to 60
ner cent of the amount to be pnid un.
der such contract for the fnithful per
formance thereof, and within ten days
nfter notification of awarding of such
contrnct to such bidder.
All bids must be made with a view
of completing the construction of said
sewer nrior to the 1st day of October.
1"1H under a liquidated penalty of
$10.00 per day for each dny of delay
beyond thnt period.
All bids should be addressed to "Re
eonler of City of Albnny, Oregon,
marked "Proposal for the construc
tion of lateral sewer."
Hy Order of the Council.
L. G. I.EWELLING
Recorder of the City of Albany, Ore
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H Vclour, Buerrella, Bolivia. Pon Pon, Suede finished clcths and pile fabrics of other natures, including the new
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LA VOGUE
Colors are predominantly :?rowns, Taupes, Greys, Blues and Black
cape plush collars, others convertible of self material.
Collars are 'if many shapes, some large
Prices Are From $22.50 to $85
Cash Values Worth While TT A AM TT T-OMQ' At -Everybody's Store
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CANADIAN VETERAN TO
SPEAK AT ROLFE
Lieut. J. A. Gallagher, who speaks
at the Rolfe next Sunday and Monday,
has a very thrilling story to tell his
hearer
Since coming to the states he has
spoken to very large audiences. In
i Portland he spoke to 14.000 people
and to 2.000 in Salem.
As a speaker he has the reputation
of holding his audience from the mo
ment he steps upon the stage.
He tells his story in a modest way,
avoiding at all times to bring himself
forward as a hero. He possesses a
strong sense of "trench humor" which
draws a smile even with its grimness,
and does not harrow his listeners
with gruesome details.
The lieutenant enlisted early in the
war as a private in tne Canadian
He went to France
early in 1!H5 and was there for the
second battle of Ypres. After serv
ing for a year as private he was pro
moted to first lieutenant for gallant
ry. Shortly after this he was gassed
by a shell, but was back in the fight
within a month. He went to Vimv
Ridge w-ith the Canadians and while
there he was blow up by a shell, which
resulted in a fractured skull. He was
sent through the usual chain of hos
pitals to England but on his wav
across he happened to be on board the
illfated hospital ship Lanranc which
was sunk in the channel on April 17,
1917.
There were 300 British on board and
150 wounded German prisoners.
Thirty of the British and 60 of the
Germans were lost in the catastrophe.
The lieutenant's story deals mostly
with hia experiences from the time ha
was wounded until the time th. Lan
franc was sunk.
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Announcement
Extraordinary
The
FORDSON TRACTOR
Can be seen at the
FORD GARAGE
Arrange for a demonstration with W. W. CRAWFORD, 9th and
Baker Streets, opposite S. P. Deoot, Albany, Oregon. : .
Price, including plows $1125 J
VT,lfTAN MARTIN ' Unclaimed Goodr
at The Globe Friilay
Plums and Prunes
Wanted
We will pay one cent a pound for any variety of plum except Dam
sons for which we will pay two cents. Any quantity taken, pound ap
PETIT PRUNES we offer one and one-half eenta.
ITALIAN PRUNES we offer two cenU a pound.
REMEMBER, WE PAY CASH ON DELIVERY and furnish aU box
es to pick and ahip in.
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Plums must be firm and unbruised. Overripe or soft refused.
WE ALSO WANT ALL YOUR BLACKBERRIES.
Linn & Benton Fruit Assn.
W.'R. Scott, Mjr.