Albany daily democrat. (Albany, Or.) 1888-192?, September 07, 1918, Page 4, Image 4

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ALBANY DAILY DEMOCRAT. SATURDAY, SF.PTEMI1KR 7, 1918
. Just Received
A NEW SHII'MKNT OF
Grey Knitting
Yarn
This will be the last Wool Yarns we will I able to pot for torn
time, the Government has stopntd the (pinner from selling Yam
for hand knitting. This lot was shipped from the Kast before this
ruling was made.
We also have a little KHAKI YAKN left from a former shipment.
Full four-ounce hanks
Flood's Store
331 West First St
" JONTEEL "
Perfumes and Toilet Waters
Big Shipment Just In
HAVE YOU TRIED THIS FAMOUS PERFUME?
FRED DAWSON'S DRUG STORE
GLOBE TODAY
? II 1 1 J 111 UIIU Kl
, LOOM Mlf
SK JC POICTI -t
BARA THE INOOMPARAM.K
COMIXO 1 "SALOME"
Theda Rara, whose magnificent
portrayal of Cleopatra is still remem
bered by Albany picture fans, will be
seen here at the Rolfe next Thundav
and Friday in her latest great produc
tion, "Salome, described as even more
gorgeous in its mammoth and beauti
ful settings than Cleopatra. Albany
will be the second city in Oregon to
view this picture it going from here
direct to Perthnd for a ten-day en
gagement. Herod Antipts. tctrarch of Galilee
and Parnea, is more interested in vol
uptuous entertainment than in the wel
fare of his I eople Me is falling deep
er and deeper i ito moral degradation.
Then comes John the Baptist,
preaching t'..e coining of a new king
dom, warning the sinful to repent.
lashing Here 1 and his ambitious ward
Salome, his evil inspiration. He is
hailed as a second Klijah and the peo-
' pie follow r.im.
Salome, interested in the brave
Crier in the Wilderness, goes to meet
him and exercises her arts on him.
John, unmo.ed by Salome's entice
ments, arouse her hatred.
One ntirht lhrod, in the midst of a
del auch, calls upon the beautiful Sa
Ior.e to !ar.e before his throne. She
co.nes it rrpons? to his call and dan
ces in w ild abandon.
Deep i
( III Ri ll NOTICES
Christian Church
'His Majesty Bunker Bean
also
Ob of Those big MACK SEXNETT COMEDIES
TWO TOUGH TENDER FELT
Sunday
J v. BACK TO THE WOODS
with
MABEL NORMAND
and
SMILING BILL PARSONS
in
BIRDS OF A FEATHER
Usual Prices 5-15c
ft
ROLFE
USUAL PRICES:
5 and 15c
TODAY
PLUS TAX
essie
-arriscale
in
Madam Who
also
Billi Hart
' " In
"PROWLERS OF THE PLAINS"
I
SUNDAY
I
Mme. Petrova
in
"The Light
Within"
'Friday from "J to 4 :UI p. m. All are
wcUome.
First l'rchl. rinn
' Rev. W. S. Middlemnss of Ked
j Wing, Minn., will preach nt the Flint
Presbyterian church morninLT and eve-
Rrother F. E. ChiMers will begin ' nmg.
his pastorate for the Christian church ILaptint Church
tomorrow, preaching both morning! Morning worship II: "Why Christ
and avening. Every member is ex- j '"' Kvening service. Some Songs
me noys .uig vver i nere, at n o -clock.
Rible school 111. II. V. P. U.
Silk Waists
Ten doxen new waists In today. Colors, crentn, flesh and corn; sixes,
.111 to 4(1. All you want - 2.M.
CKF.I'K lU CHINK in nil colors nml sixes 12. DM, $.1.H
GKOUCKTTK CREI'K. all sires. Colors, flesh, cream, old rose.
corn, pearl, liglit blue, laiiH, navy and black $"l.H, II.9H
YOU SAVE FULLY 3:l I -3
All e ask Is-I.OOK!
PF.UCF.Vr ON TIIKSK WAISTS
r. (pep rpc rated & J
pecttnl to be prvtent, nnj all nrv invit
ed. I'nitrd PrrMbytrrian
W. P. White, pjistor. Service at
10:30 a. m. and 8 p. in. Itihle avhool
at 11:45 a. m. Christ. nn Kmlt-uvur nt
7 p. m. You are welcome.
Kvangflical Church
Sumltjy achool at 10 a. m. ami
preaching at 11 a. m. Youiu: Peo
ple" Alliance at 7 p. m. and evening
sermon at 8 p. m. i 1. Schuster,
pastor.
Grace Church
Morning service tomorrow comluct
cd by the pastor with sermon on "Thi
Compel and th World's Womanhood
! at 7. You are welcome. Speviul sonars
i that the hoys sine over there will
It sunt;.
SI. Mary's Church
t Rev. Arthur I-utu rector. Rev.
, John Rtihis. nxi-.tnnt. Sun-lity orv
j ices at 8 and 0:'M a. m. The mtor
( will sH'nk at Invth senices from the
voitpcl of the day, St. Luke II, the
, subject bcinir, "Th Puri.Mi' f the
j Wedding KeanU Ve-aper will Ih tun if
at 7:.'.0 p. m. The subject wilt tw
I Nature and (.nice, from Maxims of
the Spiritual Life. The public is cor
dially invited.
"God's Out of Doors"
WOMIKUS of HAWAII
Free Moving Pirlure Feature
MrlhodUt Church : Sunday Fe
; "CONSOLATIONS OK KKI.lt; ION ' '
1 SKKMoN 11 A. M
Evening services will I resumed Sep- ; HUY AT HOME, SHE SAYS
tember 15. Meeting of all off iter anl
teachers Monday evening.
Christian Scince
Corner Fourth and Kerry streets.
Sunday services 11 a. m. Subject of
lesson sermon, 'Man. Sunduy school
at 9:45 and 11. Wednesday evening
meeting at 8. Readim room is open
v ine ar.d blinded by her sen. to the public Monday, Wednesday and
(Continued from Pa ire One)
however, in other cities, aerts that
it will te a talk which will h well
worth hcarin;', and the men are par
ticularly urtred to I present.
Announcement of the time ami phic
for the talk will be made in a few
da vs.
Be Patriotic
Vol II COI NTKY NF.FDS Vol It CASOI IVK
Don't Mail till tlie order comes; yivc yuur aulo a Sunday rest and ronis
to Chu.vh as your Fathers used to. We shall make it profitable for
you ninl you will f,., In tlrr all 111,. erk.
At 11:00 A. M. Kr. ;. II. Voon will svnk on "W hy I hrist Came"
And al 8:00 n "Some of the Son, the IU. Sini OVKR TIIKICK
SI'KCIAL SOLOS Will. UK I.IVKN
suous a ix'f I, llerod rashly offers her
a rev ar.l. "even unto half my king
dom." fr.l me thereupon makes her
request for the head of John the Bap
tist "in a charger."
Her wish is granted, and with its
consummation ends one of the most
moving tragedies the world has ever
known.
sMasa
ren to Washington tomorrow.
Motored to Sale in
Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Young motored
to Salem last nig! t, where they at
tended a dance.
1 1:1 l km
iinif
MIllNG bill"
lJtmf, CTAFEAIHEa"'
At the Globe SUNDAY
TO
APPLY SAGE TEA
Look Young! Bring Back It
Natural Color, Gloss and
Attractiveness,
f'ommon ffarden snice brewed Intota
heavy tea with sulphur added, will
turn cray. streaktd and faded hair
b-nutlfully dark and luxuriant. Just
a few applications will prove a revela
tion If your hair Is fading, streaked or
gray. Mixing- the Sage Tea and 8ul
phur recipe at home, though, lattrou-
Mesome. An easier wav Is tn - m !
bottle of Wyeth'a Rage and flulphur
Compound at any drug store all ready
for use. This Is the old-time recipe j
Improved by the addition of other In- '
grerilenu. j
While wispy, gray, faded hair la not
sinful, we all d'-slre to retain our
youthful appearance and attractive
ness. Ity darkening your hair with
Wycth's Snge and flulphur Compound, :
1 no one ran tell, because it does It so 1
naturally, so evenly, you Just dampen
a sponre 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
hnlr becomes beautifully dark, glossy,
soft and luxuriant
This preparation Is a delightful toilet
rruolsite and Is not Intended for the
cure, mitigation or prsvenUon of dlav
ROT FFaS sept. 12-13
U 11 J II 11 A - THICK l)AII.Y-2:30-.X:15
PRICES Adults, 50c; Children, 25c; Loe. 75c-plus tax
WILLIAM FOX
Presents the Peerless Screen Star
THEDA
BARA
IN THE LATEST. KICCKST AND MOST MAtiNIFI
CENT of all THEDA BARA SUPER - PRODUCTIONS
i;A-isssii J jiiiitfy- ; " "" " i , i j)p
"Her Blood was Fire. Tier Heart Wrt
Ice. Her Soul the Itevil's Own"
66
ALOME
The Princess of Passion, who Sowed Sin in Ancient (Jal
ilee, and whose tempestuous blood has traced a Scarlet.
Thread through the Ages.
99
1 WILL SEE
An exact reproduction of ancient Jerusalem from Jaffa
Gate to the Kiny's Palace, the startling miracle scene, Sa
lom's delirious Dance of the Seven Veils, King Herod's
triumphant return front Rome, caravans of thousands of
people, horses, camels, elephants, the Great Storm, which
frightened the Mighty Herod, marvelous pageantry, Solo
mon's luxurious bath, costing thousands to reproduce and
other countless stunendous scenes.