Albany daily democrat. (Albany, Or.) 1888-192?, November 26, 1918, Page 4, Image 4

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ALBANY BAILY DEMOCRAT, TUESDAY. NOVEMBER J6. ISIS
1 AYR YOU TAKEN ADVANTAGE OF THE SPECIAL PRICKS
OFFERED Y(ll' IN Ol R
Blanket Sale
Wednesday will he the last day in which you cn buy full-bed iie
BLANKETS t the folios ing pi ices:
SIZE 60x7ii, cotton, white, t-in. gray
SIKE tWxTfi, cotton, white. Inn, gray
SIZE, MtxSti. cotton, white, t.in, gray
SIZE COxTti, Wool-Nap. white. Un. gray
SIZE 78, Wool-Nap. white
SIZE T'.' .sil, Wool-Nap, tn. ; ray
SIZE tK.xSO, Wool-Nap, l'lai.
SIZE crixSO, Wool-Mixed rinl.'
REM EM liEK Our Regular Pri.es are LESS than IWnl Whole
tale Cost.
Our Store Will Be CLOSED All Hay THANKSGIVING
$2.1
$2.SJ
$.t.4T
$1.13
1.S3
ti.tr
JK.2.'
$;.6;
Dolls at Absolute Cost
Make the Kiddies Happy .
LISTEN: With every dollar purchase
we will sell at WHOLESALE PRICES
any doll in the store
FRED DAWSON'S DRUG STORE
refreshments will be served. - -Hy
onier of the Worthy Mtitron.
ADAPTED TO MODERN NEEDS
EVERYTHING FRESH hut
Clerks, ut East Altwny Grocery.
the
n'-ii
Flood's Store
ACCORDING TO THEIR LIGHTS
) Savages Ruled by Customs and Ce.
monies as Unalterable as Are, Be
llefs of the West.
331 West First St.
TODAY and WED
Time 7:30. 3-I0c: lu-Ifc
This Include Tax
GLOBE
Lady Tsen Mei
The Only Chinese SUr on the Screen, in
Freedom L2 East
ISO
SUNSHINE COMEDY with TAME LIONS
Coming Frid.j and Saturday
Heart of the Sunset
Come and look at our show windows ATTENTION
and pet an appetite for Thanksgiving. ' The regular meeting of the Eastern
JJy,7""PhV,,tiT.uta?5thVPj?e" Star ehi Tuesday evening,
tite of the most confirmed and dis- vn ; nr T in & . j r
(mintled dispeptic in the city. East j8 desired as work of importance is outstnn.lln,? account. Gertrude Enier
io come Deiore the meetinc I. i-ht i n in am.ii. .Mainmne.
If life In the Now HehrUlcs rati l
Iej,Til.el In lrrvilmtlle terms of prtm
ltlvi Instinct, It 1 none the less em
cruetl hv un elniHtntte ritual of trlhal
ceremony, hy the powerful Influence of
tattoo, by custom a rlirM ami Impreji
mihle a the timer! nie forest fastness.
That the oM are burled alive Is a
riant ami onlerly to the truculent snv court, or even have tr-!i u
p' a that nU'ht follows day. or" that a I the time of our Merry Monarch.
warrior tile hy the hand of his eueiuy
If he doe not first speed his own ar
row. A cm Inst this barrier of dark
faith and unprolved certain! Irs, the
wanderer from the West, with his trou
bled vision and ever-restless feet,
throws up for himself but a fllmy
counter ll!uilon of civilization. Let bis
tradlnc schooners make their perilous
voyages tan-nh the channels, dartlnc
In and out of the nameless. Imid lm-ked
harbors. Let him spread his net of
commercialism. Let him take away
peurK tortoise shell, beche de mer.
copra. sandalw.od. or perhnps a hu
man enrpo destined for the great labor
markets Kast and West, leavlne tn
their place the ehnp product of fae
torlc. or. better still, secretly, (run
and ammunition. The chances are Utat
one day his fate will find him out. And
If the time should come when he re
turns no more to that same civiliza
tion which betrayed him tn an ultimate
need to the savage of an obscure
Island whose only costume Is a neck
lace, his death will merely cancel an
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Mcdowell's
Shoe Sale Now
llll All Grey Kid Laee Boot
INI Welt Soles, Military Heel.
Illl Reduced from $a. oU to
Seeming Proof That Feet of Women
Have Developed With Enlarge
ment of Their Work.
The different site chosen for the
stnnilitrit lioota for women i!M not a
pnrently Include six one, which raises
nil lutcrcstlttg lMilnt. remarks the
Manchester (Eiir.) Guardian. Some
little time ago an old rurlosiiy shop
In a country town showed In Its win
dow n woman's slim of atu-ient date.
It was made of a gniy-hluo brocaded
silk, with n large iMiuare-cut tongue
nml fastened with a borkle. The h-l
whs very hlKh. mnde tt wissl and ev-en-d
with red hrown leather. It was
a henuttful shte. and mlcht have !e
loncsl to a la'ly of Mnrle Antoinette's
lanres In
Hilt
It was so extmonllnarlly small that
woiiteu would have failed to (et
It on.
The thoitmndth hniineneil to see It,
was fasi-lnateil hy Its neaninre. nnd
aik,-l If she mlKht try It on. It fitted
exnetly.
Was the nonnal sire foot of thnt
are the nhnormal one of th!? tne
wontlers. And have women's hands,
f.vt nnd wnNts develovel la suit the
work which nowadays they have to dot
Biz Girls' Patent Leather
Lace Boot. White Reikrnskin
Top, Welt Soles. Low Heel.
Reduced from $G.0O to
$4.85
Do
Your
Christmas ;
Shopping
Now
All Grey Kid.
Louis heels and Two
Tone Shoes included in
this Sale.
STORE
CLOSKII ,
ALL DAY
TJU'ltSDAY .
THANKSfJIVINf,
DAY
On
Attractive Tiled Roofs.
One of the most romantic touches
of old Spsln n(! Mexico Is tninifer
red to southern California through
the medium of Its tile roofs on th
better rlnsa of domestic work. The
work left hy the old Vranclscan
prints In their missions throughout
southern Ciiltfornln and mstly done
hy the Indians, who were rood t
ters nnd who became exrs'rt under
tlie direction of the monks. Is the
source of this new departure. It Is
elalmnl that the variations In the
tile, making It possible for them to
tit tocether. wns done over the calf
of an Indian's lei, the wet clny
helnc molded by thnt method and
ihen Inld aside to dry. The diame
ter hf these old tllee consists not
only In the rl'h reil and reddish
brown tones In the clay or the tvx
ure, a sort of seml-ronch mntt
ttlnite. hut from the Irregular, mnay
sized nnd shnt-cl pieces coins into
the roof. Hwlk-ht James Pnum In
Archltt-cture.
Grey Kid Lace Boot
Cloth Top, Welt Sole, Louis
Heel. Reduced from
i.00 to
$7.85
Value of Thunderstorm.
A thunderstorm Is one of the beat
of physlilans. In fact It Is worth a
whole army of dortors working day
and nlirht. What they can only as
suage It enn cure, clear out. absolutely
at-olNli.
Lltrhtnlnj: make the atmoibere
. fresh. It Is the cli-nnlnc fire of heaven.
Where It passes no serin HW Hve. Hut
nn een jrnnter rb-nnser, for It leave
no nook or cortier untouched. !n
wahe1. unfltishifl. Is the torrentlnl
rain which almost Invariably accom
panies a thunderstorm. Think of bil
lions of tons of wafer paslnc thromrh
the atmosphere, mrrylnir down with
It thousands of tons of solid matter In
the shape of smoke and ashes, and ef
fluvia, and trerins t:nto!d nnd swllllnir
all the thin from sfrd-t and 111 ley
and court and roof. Why. no spring
clennlnff rould effect In a century what
a thunder shower doe In ten miu
utes.
All frey Kid Lace Iloot
Welt Kole, Iouis Heel, new
.Short Vamp. Reduced
from $10.00 to
$8.45
To Collect Old Scotch Maps.
The Itnynl Scottish !eoi;raphlcn! so
ciety has undertaken the formation of.
a national collect ton of obi map of
Scotland and hits Issued an appeal for
contributions of both maps and money.
It Is howd to secure as nearly as pof
sibte a complete i-ollectlon of atliisxN,
charts, county maps, district map,
road books, town plans, manuscript
maps, etc.. Issued prior to the time of
the ordnance survey, about IWiO. The
rllest satisfactory maps of Scotland
date from I.WI. Scientific American.
Mcdowell shoe co.
RCBIIKK FOOTWEAR of ALL RINDS for the ENTIRE FAMILY
Music Is a Moral Law.
There Is nn Intense need for art, and
above nil for innlc In the dnlly lives
of onr people, nnd It Is throni'h the
public schools thnt the musical re
sonrees of the younger generation, at
present lying dormant, must be
nwiikened.
Why should our girls nnd hoys being
educated to be good business men nnd
women he denied develment of all
higher littcllcrtmtl and moral side of
their natures? It Is here thnt music
most directly exerts lis Inllnence. To
quote the word of I'lnto: "Music Is
a moral law. It Is the essence of order,
anil lends to nil that la good, Just nnd
beautiful.'
There Is nlwnys the toriilllty, too,
that embryo I'altls nnd t'nntsos are
amongst our children nnd these can
add as much tn the future fatne of
our country as orators, poets, writers,
or successful business men then let
them too, have their choice In school
USED HUMAN FLESH FOR BAIT
Hawaiian Kingj Utilised Bedlea of
8lava or Enemies to Lure Mon
sters of the Ocean,
III the days of llnwnllnn kings, ev
ery part of the bone and skin of a
shark wn supposed to confer unflinch
ing bravery upon the wwsessor.
Wherefore, shark INnlng wns then a
regal sirt. In those days, the bolt
nmeh In vogue wns the human ImhI.v
either the body of n slave or of some
one netilnst whom Ihe rovnl M'rsonage
had taken a sudden dislike, according
to Outing.
Kamehanieha I. ! especially proud
am) lealoits of his title of the l i rent
Shark VMier. lie kept his victims
penned up nenr the great temple of
M'siklnl. nenr Knwnlhae. on the Island
of llannll. lie then-fore hnd a len
tlful supply always on hand.
The H-ron chosen to act as bslt.
whs killed, cut up. ptnci-d tn a iiiia
hash, nnd allowed to mellow for a few
days. The mellowing proc- con
summated, the halt was lnh -d to the'
outrigger of the royal ennoe In such
n manner as to lenve behind a drip
ping .trail of blood and oil. 1'pon
reaching the fishing grounds, the bait
w-ns untnshed. Itrge hooks fnshlottcd
from wsm1 or bone, were then "bolt
ed" nnd lowered over-side. Historians
tell us that great' skill and courage
were shown hy the members of the
royal party on such iwcnslnns In the
roping und landing of the captured
shark.
History of Ballooning. '
The first ascension In n bnlloon
flllisl with hydrogen wns mnde In ITtCI
by M. (tinrles mid M. Robert at I'arjs.
Henry CiivcndWi. nboiit lTiirt. dls.vor
rrcd the grent levity of hydrogen ifis,
anil the following ye.ir Iwtur Black
of Edinburgh announced that a Uiln
bladder filled with this gas must
nscend Into the air. Cnvello etrl
mented nlong these lines and fotid
that a bladder was too heavy, paper
not air tight, hut that soap hubbies
HIM with gas rose to the celling of
the risun. The first successful bal
loon wns made by the Montgolller
brothers. In France. In l". It was a
Are bnllis.n. Inflated with hot air from
burning piier. The Montgolller suc
cess led M. Charles tn experiment with
hydrogen gns. and with M. Robert he
traveled It, miles In a hydrogen bal
loon fitted with a snfety vnlve. In
17V Itlniiehnrd. the first profosabmnl
aeronaut, with Dr. John Jeffries of
Boston, crossed, the English channel.
Military balloons were used at the bat
tle of Solferlno In Iffl nnd by the fed
eral army during the Civil war near
Washington In
WHEN ANSWERING classified (ds.
kindly mention The Democrat.
IK YOI'R WIFE can't get you
a real Thanksgiving Dinner out
of this, better psrk the Family
into the Old Tin Luiie and go
Hit to Ma's.
Fresh Celery .... 9e per bunch
Carrots .... 3 bunches for lOr
Turnips 2c per lb
Cnuliflour ... 20 to 2",c per hi ad
Lettuce 9c per hear1
Parsnips 2 I -2c per lb
.Sweet Potatoes ,. B l-t lira. 2.'m
Cabbage .V per Ih
Cunned Tomatoes, standard
I leper car
Canned Tomatoes, solid pack
ed 21c per cap
Canned Com, stundurd l ie ran
Sunh 10c lo 20c rarr
Applea, Al . . $1.2.1 to $1.40 boi
.Spuds $l.3.'i per cwt
BESIDES, Fresh ( rout, Home
Made Mincemeat, Figs, Raisins
Currsnls, Crsnherries, Bansna.
(2.'ic per dos. few daya); ra
dies, nuls, and canned Goods '
all descriptions RIGHT Plll
And few nice RAIIIIITS.
Eastern Variety.
East Albany
Grocery
Silk and Serge
Dresses
We have them ill a good assortment of colors ami styles. Sites
1(1 lo til. No use paying '.'U to 110 elsewhere, when you can
get the same dress here for $14.76 to fJl.M, Rome difference
in price. You don't have to wait fur sal If you trade at this
store. Our dresa prict s was the very lowest days in
the your. An nrtliie once marked slays at that very smite price
until dimscd uf.
Incorporated J
CITY NEWS
On Way lo Florence
W. 8. lrwjn ami wife of Corvallis
were in Albany this morning un their
way tu Florence to send Thanksgiv
ing with their daughter.
On Inspecliun Trip
F. M. French left this morning fur
Whitson on a watch insjiection trip,
To Visit Si.ter
Mar. E. C. Ilran.lelierry left this
morning for Srappoose to visit her
sister over Thanksgiving,
On Business Trip
E. C. Roberta went to Port In nd this
morning on business.
To Visit Kelstivea
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Wilt went tu
Portland this morning to visit rela
tlvea. .
Went to Portland
Dr. W. P. White was a passenger
tu Portland this morning un business
connected with the Bible institutes to
1 held soon.
On Business Trip
W. II. Fehtyerling went to Portland
this morning on business.
GOOD
POTATOES
Today and Tomorrow, $l.2A a
ark. at
EAST ALBANY
GROCERY
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(JUF.ATKK COOKIN't; SATISFACTION
TIIK KLKt'TKIC KANf.K WAY
LESS FOOD WASTED LESS TIME LOST, loo. when you rook on
an Electric Range. '
SEE ELElTKIC RANGES demonstrated at our office or your dealers'.
Como in ydjiy or lei, phone I't nnd ask about our easy
Whole Year to Pay Plan
Let nn Eleclric ltnnge tnko the hard work out of yuur kitchen.
Mountain States
Power Co.
Both Phones IS
SOS W. M 8L
Hotel St Francis
will serve
Dinner
i
COME AND ENJOY GOOD,
OLD FASHION ED PLATE
DINNER. Choice of Koast Turk-
ey. Roast Gome or Chicken with
ALL the GOOD THINGS MO-
1 11 Kit used lo make. : ! : I I
I 'I I
Music
DINNER SERVED 11:.10
lo 2 1
75c
S:.10 till 8 P. M. ,
THANKSGIVING DAY, Novem.
ber 2Hlh. 1018
I days, as well as tint other.
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