Albany daily democrat. (Albany, Or.) 1888-192?, August 28, 1918, Page 4, Image 4

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ALBANY DAILY DEMOCRAT. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 18. 191S
Our " Designer "
Special Offer
is ((tin open for few days. Old
as well as new subscribers ran take
advantage of it now.
Particulars on application at our
Pattern Section.
SUBSCRIBE NOW at a SAVING
Flood's Store
334 West First St.
A Timely Talk on
Shoes
Never before has quality in shoes been so important as at the
present time, for "quality" means "service." With prices soar
ing in an unprecedented manner, shrewd buying and a thorough
knowledge of leathers Ts required of the merchant who insists
upon keeping his stocks up to his usual standard of quality.
Our hobby is "QUALITY": we are determined to keep up the
quality, and we ARE keeping it up to standard, at the very
lowest possible cost to you.
You are invited to inspect the new Fall styles and see for
yourself how well-prepared we are to supply you with foot
wear that will stand the supreme test of service, which js the
real test of "quality."
McDowell Shoe Co.
Bartlett
Pears 70c per Bu.
They Wont
Last Long
HOLLOWAY'S
Farmers' Store
Both Phones 7
COMING
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ill' ROLFE
New Shipment of
Stationery Just Received
50c, 60c and 75c a Lb.
Lord Baltimore Symphony Tulip
FRED DAWSON'S DRUG STORE
The Sample Store's Tri
Weekly Reminder
MEN'S I XIOXS HOYS' SUITS
For fall and winter wear in rot- Norfolk Knickerbocker pants
ton and part wool. 2.S8. 4.S8 to $3.83
Cotton ribbed .... 1.43. $1.75 MEWS SI'OKT SHIRTS
Part wool $2.25. $2.S 6!tc. 73c. 90c
Natural grey 1X30. $4.50 MEN'S PAJAMAS
MEN'S MACKINAW'S $2.43. $2.9
We have a big line priced to KHAKI OVERALL
you at our usual low prices ijuits $2.65
of $7.93. $tU5. $9.30 to $10.30 HOYS' OVERALLS
BOYS' MACKINAW'S Blue bib 9e
$4.93. $3.43. $3.83 Boya' Shirts 49c. 63c
CHILD'S PLAYSUITS Men's Khaki PanU $2.23
Ages 1 to 8 $1.19 Corduroy Panta $3.43
Mole Skin Panta $2.20
C. J. BREIER CO.
YOU DO BETTER HERK FOR LESS
BROADWAY THEATER
OFFERS NEW FILM
(From the New York World)
The opening performance of "Tar
tan of the Apes" was (riven Ut night
at the Ilroailway Theater Iwfure nil
enthusiastic audience. The house w.ia
packed to the doors and hundivda of
late comers wcr turned away. If
the first niirht reception is inlicative
of the public's attitude toward the
play, the feature ia imlil-Vutably
scheduled for a long and aucceaaful
run.
Th story takes the form of a Jun
Itle melodrama, in which every pos
sible variety of thrill is crowded into
a Robinson Crusoe setting. It fol
lows the adventures of a youth who,
when a baby, is stolen from his mo
ther by a huge ape and brought ua
in the hitter's native haunts. The bov
Waists, Waists, Waists
NEW SHIPMENT of Crepe de Chine and Georgette Crew Waists.
The kind you nlwaya want, at the same low price we always main
tain. Crvpe de chine waists III all colors $2.9
(vnrgi'ttii Crepe Wiiiats In all colors $:I.9H, $1.98
Hungiilow Aprons new shipment ll.ttH
Women's Outing downs 9Nr
Woolimp lllankela $3.M. $1.30, $3.90
New Fall anils and coats arriving daily, dime in and look them
over $16.30 to $13.00
Hoys' arhunl auila $4.98, $3.90, $6.90. $7.90
Hoys' hlmme wniala 39c, 69e
I'lay Suita for the tiny tola le
HI'S I KK BROWN SHOES FOR BOYS AND GIRLS
7 ? C7
jf IncorDcratcd
in really the noil of a iiotileman in
K ml; In ml, nml a faithful aervanl who
haa rum (km I from ft hum. of Arnb
alnvera, rrturna ami cmlcavora to r
atore him to hia rightful position an
K'r of n. Wealthy ratute.
H ia fuilml nt every turn by the
on of a Itarnmitl, the fule hrir to
the title, who ia fmully rrlucet to
defeat.
Meanwhile the rval hrir ia atill In
the jungle where hi ajHMttta hia time
Vetting thy rvat-uini? part lea, aent for
hia benefit, out of thrir difficulties.
In one of thru, fik'htn with the en
tire jungle, h auvra a Iwautiful maid
cn from n frrovioua lion Htul m 'liarm
iiiK jungle rum mice quickly develop.
The hint reel rloae with a aehtlmentnl
fadeout In which th unwitting hii
fitula that ignorance la lliaa ft tut thnt
there ft iv ninny other rotnjtenaatlona
for ii title and vatnte In Krigtand.
Kolfe Sunilny, Monday,
1 1SHK R-HKADKN
Undertakers
Auto Service Lady Assistant
Oregon Power Company to
Discontinue Giving Discount
The Oregon Power company an
nounces that, commencing September
1st. the discount which up to this
time has been allowed for prompt
payment of electric light and power
bills, will be discontinued. The com
pany in common with everyone else
: is struggling with increased expenses.
Wages, salaries and all other operat
i ing expenses have increased at a
; very heavy rate and the company has
for some time contemplated an in
crease in rates. This they hope to
void. The cost of labor and material
has increased during the past five or
ten years, but the company has re
duced its rates during this period so
that everyone could use electricity.
The expenses of the company have
suddenly increased. A small part of
the increased expenses can be met by
I discontinuing this discount and the
j company proposes to try this before
asking for an increase, which thev
hope will not be necessary.
Go to Portland
Mr. and Mrs. I). Bussard and dau
ghter Ethel left for Portland yeater-
I ua jr lur a lew uaya viail. 1 ne inp IS
j being made in the Buasard car.
Honor Guards to Give
Dance Friday Night
The Honor Guards are going to
have another one of their delightful
dances Friday evening, August 30, at
the armory. This promises to be a
big affair, and is a jitney dance, as
per usual.
(leister's orchestra will furnish thj
music and every0" ' promised a
good time. The dance ia for the bene
fit of the Red Cross. -
THOMAS NELSON PAGE MAY
SUCCEED WALTER HINES PAGE
LONDON, Aug. 28. By United
Press. Thomas Nelson, American
ambassador to Italy, arrived here to
day from Rome.
It ia rumored he will succeed re
signing Walter Hines Page at this
post. .
ROLFE
5c and 15c
TODAY AND
THURSDAY
Alma
Rubens
in
The
Answer
also a Wat. Fox
SUNSHINE COMEDY
"His
Smashing
Career"
LAST TIME
TODAY
Orchestra
GLOBE
USUAL I'RH F.S
3r and I V plus las
Tonight
Old Wives
For New
l By DAVID GRAHAM PHILLIPS
And i
Official
War Review
PATHE NEWS
THURSDAY
MADGE KENNEDY In THE FAIR PRETENDER
and A CHRISTY
I I a!rrM
a.
GOMPERS ARRIVES IS
LIVERPOOL TODAY
! LIVERPOOL. Aug. 28. U. P. I
President Gompers of the American
Federation of Labor arrived here to
day. He will confer with British labor
I leaders.
BALTIMORE, Aug.28, U. P.
Senator Ollie James of Kentucky, died
here today. He had been in a hospital
for several months following a nerv
ous breakdown.
R. C. Auction Postponed
On account of the early prune har
vest, the auction sale announced for
next Saturday by the Red Cross aux
iliaries of Syracuse, has been post
poned until September 21st. More ex
tended notice will be made later.
Help Wanted
Several people and about five auto
mobiles to go pick and get fruit to
morrow, this side of Jefferson. (Boxes
provided by the Canning Kitchen). If
you will volunteer your service?,
please call Mm. W. R. Bilyeu or Mrs.
Rockey E. Mason. --'iSSZi
Reported Improving
Little Jimmie Ralston, son of Joe
Ralston, who has been seriously sick,
is reported improving.
To Enlist In the Navy
Charles Pfeiffer went down to
Portland yesterday to make arrange
ments to enlist in the navy.
Cheat
Seed
Wanted
We can use a limited amount
of cheat seed for immediate de
livery. Phone us 84 both
phones.
Murphys
Seed Store
The War Industries Board Says:
Print Paper Must
Be Conserved
The Democrat has on its list a con
siderable number of subscribers who
receive the paper at points outside
of Linn County. Under the new reg
ulations the postage rates for news
papers to points outside of thecounty
are doubled. The Democrat therefor
finds that it will be financially un
able to carry on its list any sub
scriber from such outside points who
is not paid cash in advance and the
names of such subscribers will be
eliminated from the subscription
list during the present month. The
management suggests that you send
in your check at once if you wish
the paper continued
ALBANY DEMOCRAT