Albany daily democrat. (Albany, Or.) 1888-192?, September 21, 1918, Page 4, Image 4

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A LEANT BAILT DEMOCBAT, SATl'RUAY, SKI'TKMHKU 21. IDIg
PAGB rODB
Exceptional Price Opportunities
in
Coatings
THAT ARE ALL WOOL AND PKI'ENDABLE QUALITY
Th women who wish to combine Quality
and Economy make your own and the children1! coata thia Fall;
We have a very good atock of plain colora;
alio mixtures.
They co:ne in 56- and 58-inch widtha.
which cut to pood advantage. F.iced at
. $3.00. U0. 3.:5. and $4.00 a yard
Flood's Store
334 West First St.
WILD LION'S IMPRESS
VIRGINIA CORBIN
According to Mia Virginia Lee Cor
bin, almost five yeara old. who plays
the part of the princeaa in the new
Fox Kiddiea' feature. "Aladdin and
the Wonderful Lamp," one of the most
important featurea of the play is her
proximity to the liona in one scene.
In a formal interview, during which
greatest !::T::r!
I ahe aat on the interviewer's knee, she
assured him this was one of the moat
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OF ITALIAN PARTS
impressive moments of the play. Af
ter mature thought she was sure her
rescue was a triumph and one of the
best scenes ahe ever appeared in dur
ing all of her career.
The world will be glad to know that
Virginia is atill a little girl in everv
sense of the word when she is awav
from her immediate work. She ia as
sweet In private life aa on the screen
and this is the most that could pos
sibly be said.
Rolfe Sunday and Monday. '
Spent Night Here
Mrs. E. Benson spent the night in
Albany on her way to Loa Angeles to
spend .the winter. Mrs. Beason is
well-known to Albany people, having
lived he a number of years ago.
BEGUN HOT WATE1
W TOO
DONTFEELraCIEnr
Say glass, of hot water, with
phosphate before breakfast
washes out poisons.
George Beban, MoroSee-Psramount
Star.
At the Glo'be TONIGHT
"THE GERMAN SUPERMAN"
"Why Should We Make
Peace With Him"
If you want a clear knowledge
of the centre of German Phil
osophy and Theology The Gos
pel of the Superman;
If you want to know why the
Christian Church objects to
peace;
Hear Reverend B. C. Miller
and Rev. G. H. Young
Sunday Night at Baptist Church
8:00.
If too wake no with a bad taste, bad
' breath and tongue ia coated; It your
head la dull or aching; If what you eat
aoura and forms gas and acid In atom
! ach, yon are bilious, constipated,
nervous, sallow and cant get feeling
lost right, begin Inside bathing. Drink
i before breakfast, a glass of real hot
, water with a teaspoon! ui of limestone
1 phosphate in It. This will flash the
poiaona and toxins from stomach, liver,
kidneys and bowels and cleanse,
sweeten and purify the entire alimen
tary tract. Do your Inside bathing Im
mediately npon arising in the morning
to wash out of the system all the pre
vious daya poisonous waste, gases and
our bile before putting more food Into
the stomach.
To feel like young folks feel; like
yon felt before your blood, nerves and
muscles became loaded with body im
purities, get from your pharmacist a
quarter pound of limestone phosphate
which Is inexpensive and almost taste
less, except for a sourish twinge which
Is not unpleasant.
Just as soap and hot water act on
the skin, cleansing, sweetening and
freshening, so hot water and limestone
phosphate act on the stomach, liver,
kidneys and bowels. Men and women
who are usually constipated, billons,
headachy or have any stomach dis
order should begin this Inside bathing
before breakfast Tbey are assured
they w"l become real cranks on th
, subject shortly
ajjsraerswa
ROLFE
Sc AND 15c
PLUS TAX
A THRILLER
For Sunday and Monday WM. FOX presents
FOX KIDDIES
Aladdin
AND THE
Wonderful Lamp
MYSTERY ROMANCE THRILLS Blended for Young
and Old
For Tonight'a Program, see Yesterday's I'sper.
SCHOOL BOOKS
Pens, Pencils and Tablets
FRED DAWSON'S DRUG STORE
AMERICANS ASKED TO --
LIMIT USE OF SUGAR
JOINED RANKS OF PROFITEERS
Must Use No More Than Two Pounds
Per Person a Month if the Present
Meagre Allied Sugar Ration
Is Maintained.
Stocks Will B Short Until Beginning of New
Year Ration May Be Enlarged Then.
Two pouud of sugar a month half
pound a we k that la the aurar ra
tion cbe U. 3. Food Administration
has asked every American to observe
mo til January I, 11119. In order to make
sure there shall be enough tor our
Army end Navy, for the Allied armies
Sod for the civilians of those nations.
By New Year's the world sugar ait
nation will be relieved somewhat by
the new crop. Cuban sugar of this
year's crop will be arriving In this
country.
Eerr available sugar source will be
drawn on by the Food Administration
taring the next winter months to main
tain sufficient stocks here to keep up
eur national sugar supply. During Oc
tober the first American beet augur
will srrlve In the markets. By the
middle of November some of our Lou
taiana cane crop will be available. All
of this sugar and more may be needed
te keep this nation supplied on a re
duced ration and to safeguard the Al
lied suar ration from atill further
reduction. In Europe the present ra
llon ia already reduced to a minimum.
Our Situation.
The situation which the Tnlicd
Slates fares In Its efforts to miitntnlo
a fair distribution of sugar to the Al
lied world la as follows :
Sugar aupplles throughout the coun
try. In homes, stores, factorlea and
bakeries are at a lew ebb. We must
make Increased augar shipment to the
Allies.
Production of American beet and
Louisiana cans crops have besn dleap
polnttng. Porto Rico crops have been cur.
tailed.
Immense sugar stocks In Java can
not be reached en account of the ship
ping shortage; ahlpa are needed for
troop movementa and munitions.
Army and Navy sugar requirements
have Increased aa well as these from
the Allies.
Most industries nslnc sugsr have bad
their allotment reduced by one-half;
some will receive no sugsr.
Households should make every ef
fort to preserve the fruit crop without !
sugar, or with email amounta of augar.
Luter, when the sugar supply Is larg- 1
sr. the canned fruit may be sweetened
aa It la used. ,
Indlsn Hsd the Stereotyped Reason for
Increasing Hla Price for Basket
of Berries.
An Indian In one of the western res
ervations waa In the hithll of bringing
to Mrs. Uray each spring several baa
keta uf wild berries for which, from
time Immemorial, he had always
charged AO rents a basket. A few days
ago he paid hla annual visit to Mrs.
Gray's bsck door. The maid took the
berries and tendered the usual pay
ment. The Indian shook hi head.
"One dollar a basket now," he said.
The maid cnll.il her mistress and ex
plained the dllticutly. Much surprised.
Mrs. (Iray again offered the money to
the Indian, who once more refused In
accept It. "Why Is thlr aked Mr.
tlrny. "The baskets are the same size
as usual, are they not?"
"Yea."
"And the berries are not scarce this
year. 1 know, because I hare seen
bushes loaded down with them un my
rides about the country here."
"Yes."
"Well. then, why Isn't fifty cents n
basket enough?"
The Indian shifted from one foot to
nnother quite calmly. "Hell big dam
war somewhere." he announced : "Iter
rlts oue dollur a basket now."
Boys' School Togs
lluya- we're resdy for vmi with toga from head to fool.
You'll have spending money left If you buy yuur uulfil here.
SCHOOL Sl'ITS to 17 I.H. I.VHU. Ill U. $7.0. H HO. I0
SCHOOL S1IOF.S, Ml 2 to 1:1 $l.7. Il.tM. ti.ii. Ill
SCHOOL SIIOKS. I'll -8 to 2 -'.J5. Ml. 2.H
SCHOOL SHOKH - S 1-2 lo o 1-2 l-M'J. ii.W, 3.S0
HOYS' JF.HSIKS -All colora 12.111
HOYS' SWKATKKS Mc. $1.4. ta.ltt
HOYS' I'NION SUITS Site. 7ic. HSc. e. $1 23
HOYS' HATS SHc. Use. $1.23. fl.l
HOYS' r I.ANN Kl. SHIRTS $1.6"
HOYS' FI.ANNF.L BLOUSF.S 11.19
HOYS' Kill HOSK lc, 25c. 2c. Sic. 3c
HOYS' SILK TIF.S 25c
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y incorpcraica
The Devil Unmasked'
Free Muting I'irlure Sermon Mrthodial Church Sun
day Night
SFKMON 11:110 A. M. "Till! KM) OK Sl'MMKK"
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War Time Sweeteners
MERICA has several excellent war time sweet
eners that will be used largely during tho
shortage in the sugar supply.
They are maple sugar, syrups, honey and
molasses and may be used in preparing des
serts and other dishes requiring sweetening.
When a cup of syrup or honey is used
to replace a cup of sugar the liquid in the
recipes should be decreased one-fourth.
One-third of a cupful of sugar is equivalent
esi to one-third of a cup of honey, about one-
half cup of syrup and about one-half cup of corn sugar.
One-fourth of a cup of sugar is equal to about one-half
cup of syrup or one-third cup of corn sugar. One table
spoon of sugar is equal to one tablespoon of honey, about
one and one-half tablespoons of syrup and one and one
third tablespoons of com sugar.
Sugar may be saved by the use of raisins, dates, figs,
dried pears and fruit pastes used on the breakfast cereals.
Fruit marmalades, butters and jellies should be used
to take the place of the ordinary sweetening at a meal and
not as accessories to it. Fruits may be preserved without
sugar. It may be added when sugar is more plentiful.
Preserving demands this year a thin syrup instead of a
heavy syrup.
If sugar is used one-half of the amount may be replaced
by another sweetener.
Drying is a means of preserving (without sugar) ap
ples, cherries, strawberries and black caps. .
'When ready to use they may have added the needed
sugar in the form of a syrup. When sugar is more plentiful
fruit juices may be made into jellies or may be used as
fruit juices with or without sugar, as beverages, fruit
gelatins and frozen desserts.
Fresh fruits supply the place of sugar in the diet. They
should be used freely. Desserts where sugar is scarce
may be made of gelatins, junkets, custards, puddings and
cakes.
Met Sir Wslter Scott.
The Itev. John Dougln. said to have
been the only living Krson In Amer
ica who had seen Sir Walter Scott
alive, died rivciitly. He was n'nrty
four yeara old and had been a resident
of Mlnneotii for SO years, says Min
neapolis Tribune.
I in his ninety-third birthday. Sept. It.
mill, Mr. lougtaa described In detail
his seeing the author of the Waverly
uovels in IWt. With his father, the
Mlnnenpolla man was driving In nn
old-fashioned, hlgh-eeated rickety gig
along a road near Abbotsford. Scot
Innd. when "a funny-looklng II I tit man
with a queer Scotch bonnet on his head
nnd gnarled stick In hts hiind." bulled
thetn.
Mr. Douglas' fnther checked hla
horse and chatted with the man for
13 minutes. Afterward the youngster
wrs told that the little man was none
other than the noted author. During
the last 20 years persons who conld
boast of having seen Scott alive have
become fewer. Two years nc It waa
practically conceded that Mr. Douglss
had sole clulm to the distinction.
Their Epitaph.
"There was the gun. still In position,
and beside It two dead gunners. In
front of one lay two deed Huns; In
front of the other there were three.
Our fellows hal sold nut dear, and
held out long, as the heaps of cartridge
shells nromid the gun showel plainly."
They sold nut dear, ther held out
long. You might write biography of
those two Yankees, fill It with cftntlons
of their sterling conduct, recount the
whole story of the short, sharp, bitter
encounter northwett of Toul In which
t.'iey died, and In the end all your fine
words, all your fair-phrased tribute,
could express nothing finer than those
two simple statements of fort. They
sold nut dear, they held out Ions.
Their epitaph? It was there beside
the.twn bodies, written In thoe heap
of earti.tlKe shells that had hrouglr.
Bve Huns to their doom right at the
gun nozzle, and who shall say huw
many more beyond T
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Globe
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ISL'AI.
I KK F-S
today
George
Beban
I.N
"One More American"
Fatty Arbuckle
IN
"Good Night Nurse"
A TON OF FI N
si;njay
M AIH.K Kr.NNKDY
In
Ni:KLY MAKMF.H and
HIM. PAItSONS
MATCHING HILLY
M-O-N-ll-A-Y
Illti P HOC It AM HAY
Orchestra
NKWS WALLACE HKII) and COMKIlY
C-O-M-K
MATCHING BILLY IS
A CAPITAL COMKDY
"Smiling Hill I'arsons" is at his
best in "Matching Hilly," at the Globe
theater tomorrow (Sunday),
The millionaire comedian creates
constant merriment while dancing.
swimming and riding in newest Cap
itol Comedy.
Being genuinely funny isn't hard
Jobs, says Bill, if your conscience is
clear and you get plenty of sleep.
Here are six poses of the million
aire comedian illustrating his ability
to be cinematographic-ally comical, un
der circumstances either pleasing or
trying. He encounters both sorts in
his newest comedy, "Mutching Bill."
Injured Slightly
Alva Lineback waa slightly injured
this morning when he fell from his
wheel, when attempting to pick upan
article which he had dropped on the
street
Suppose It Is
Sacrifice
Who ia questioning whether this Fourth Liberty Imn means SACRIFICKT
Of course it DOKS but, oh! how small when compared with thnt sacrifice
of the man on the firing line.
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Behind the Battle-line, here in Oregon, it is up to us to dig and dig IKK!
Dig into your conscience nnd it will make you dig deeper-into the bank
or brick behind the fireplace for money with which to BUY BONDS.