Albany daily democrat. (Albany, Or.) 1888-192?, December 04, 1918, Page 3, Image 2

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"Roast
61bs.
Dcf6tt?(iokini
. C wkcd
Jtlectrically
51bs.4oz.
Cooked
lkOnlinarvVay
41bs.8oz.
You can save your fuel bill in food
by using an Electric Range
MOUNTAIN STATES POWER Co.
Both Phones IS Mt W. 2d KL
THE FIRST SQUARE MEAL
How Red Cross Has Fed Italian
Prisoners.
I jut aprlng Hi" Iti-d en workera
mi tt Ncrr Imay m rrn niiikt lo run
fur Hi AMtrrlmn aol'ller who were
taken prlmiieia by Hi" (..nouns, ami
ftow hm new i-trliiinge agreement
niratu tlial luiHni.a from A'lairiu on
tht-ir ny tiH-H to Imly nre In hi
rar.d f.-r In hundred Tiny are pa
thetlr tli iif "gnmd hli-ftwi"- Hie
tiripclcNMly mounded men- but they are
hvii dellchted with Mn- proa,..'! of
going home, even tliuiik'h 11 limy he
going home to llv. Nearly nil of I In in
ere lul' ri'uliir.
The method1 employed la tills: The
liiilhin (iiitrriiiiM hi riU ii I nil n Into
AiiHirlii ttiriitt;-h Sw lt.ilaitd to imiImt
up llu mm n iHi'iiftVfl under Hi ex
change Mi't fiiK-iit. 'I he 1 ml n toims
the HwIki I i tliT liml III IttirliS In Hi t-t
(iy tli-h-,-,tll..in fri.lil (lit ll I Hi-fi ited
Cn. fi ii nl nil and uinh-r the
pit, t.i .imi th f.xMl la fiinllil h
Dm Am i.i mi ll-d Croka. To tunny of
Ho -1 (Miti Hit la the flrat aimre in-al
iluit ii Iu.e tin 'I for yeum. Chub-In-r
i iiImi furnUhed tlii'in. Kh man
or il't :wo hl i ll rnrh f ruin rnr. U in
gitni 1 1 it ii ft 1 1 ia and a amall Annrliin
flu n. ud mo ny who ha v been In
AnxTlm, mi Hum of whom have taken
out their flrmt aMra, are ovrrjoe I at
tht hli of red. while atii) blue ant moat
d-niialrullv In their deltuM.
Thi representatives of the Ki d Croa
rvtnnln on the train until It mulies
Zurhli, then return to Kultxerlaud
ititln.
It la the f(tfd which Amerlrg hna
pent over hub gives to fheae men
th-lr tlml meal- food which hua been
anted hy eailng smullvr portluua. and
by going without
Keop the Home Fires
Burning
A Box of Xmas
Cigars
Will Make Huhhy Happy
Vi'c make our own we
guarantee that thev will
please.
Wm. Eagles
Corner of First and Krondalliin
Children of Franc,
ffwnr une hm wilfl of the f-lillilren t
ttt d'vt(r4l ri'ltms: Thrjr nrt luo
Mil, lliey imumI IhukIi ir thi'jr i-annot
llvr." It U not ntMJjh to found hi
tllals and lo rnUlf fuful. They inui.t
b flvro tiiliini ni-rintlon and
tr.rlr natural 'j In 1 1 r.- miorr.1. Thla
la what thi AmiTlrun lUil Cnka la do
tof fur tli children of Frunca.
Advertised letters
The following ia o Itat of the ad
vertised li-ttera remaining in the Al
lany, Oregon pontoffire Ilecenilcr 0,
I'.'IH:
John Arnold, K. K. J. Kolwrta, MUa
Bonnie Simpson, A. A. Spiker.
C. II. STKWAKT. P. M.
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MEN FROM OREGON
OFFICIALLY HELD
NATIOrrSCLEANEST
Surgeon-General Blue Wires
Fact is Disclosed in First
1,000,000 Camp Reports.
Only Fifty nln Hundredth of Ont Par
Cant Fbund to Hava Vanareal Dia
eaa on Arrival at Cantonment.
Surgeon General' Official
Telegram
rKon Hiclal ll)lone Hortrly,
72K Hi IIIiik lllilK , I'orllund.
A tiilulation of on million
report flrat rvelv'd from
camp suTKftona throunhout the
country ahova that n-Kon
lead th country with a rate
of fifty nltiu hundrrdtha of one
per rent found to have a vener
eal dUeuitH on arriving in
camp It la hoped that Oregon
ran continue vtjcoroua ui-ai(ure
In ronjlmtlnK venereal di-aea
durlin the period of d-muhili.
xatlou and thereafter.
HL'I'KItT III.UE.
el
sjmp j,airjiv meanai
Afcrihfe MOW
Christmas gooJs are on the
shelves in the store. I-'.-w
merchants have enough help
to handle the usual hst-aav
crowds, and because of this,
are anxious to spread the
buying season over as luii a
period as possible. : : : : :
The buyers arc waiting for
the businessmen to show
their hands. They are stanJ
ing back while every goldjn
day that passes means just
that much less profit and tiiat
much more work for over
worked clerks. Newsc.r;c"
space and holiday windows
will shorten the season which
Is already too short for the
limited number of clerks to
handle. Next month
CHEISTMA
will be hern
with a rush. Don't procras
tinate. Don't delay. : : : :
Advertise Xmas Specials Now
Set forth Price and Descrip
tion of your Gift Goods that
the public may select.
Ore icon men. railed to the rolora
during the greatoat of all wars, were
phyatcally the cleanoat lo the entire
lnltcd Htatoa Army.
Hurb Is not the mere boaM of any
citizen of thla atate. barked only by
a hUh -nre of local pride, but It Ii
the atabllthed record of the United
Htatea Army, communicated to the
Oregon Hoc ml Hygiene Society by
RuptTt Hltie. Surgeon General, thus
glrlng it the greateat poaslble weight.
Aa will be aeon 1 perusal of the
formcolng telegram from Surg-on
General Ittue. a tabulation of l.Ouu.ouo
of the first reports nxx-hed from
camp surgeona places Or gon In the
lead with a rate of fifty-nine hun
driHaths of one jw-r cent (which means
baa than nix men to the thousand),
or, compared with another wire from
h m. thla state's standing la but a
fra tion lower than IX times ahead of
the state with the highest per cent of
Infection, which was eight and nine
tenths per ceul (tjighly nine men to
the thousand!.
Thla conatttutes one of the grandest
and proudest records of the whole war
period and, great as haa been this
state's part In all patriotic endeavors,
nothing could fill the hearts of Its
pfMpI with a higher degree of pride
than .he official acknowledgment fn tn
the National Capital thai Oregon's
men stood far and away above all
others In clean manhood.
! "That the work of the Oregon So
cial Hygiene Society, carried forward
i for but seven years, should produce
such magnificent results, la a subject
of the most gratifying kind to the
entire Board." said Kiecutive Secre
tary Cummins, "Every one of the
men who have worked so hard to
1 Lring about the result regard this of
final notification from the Surgeon
ticneral as a complete vindication of
the program sought to be carried for
mard In this state. That the public
w ill respond to sane, clear facts, right
ly presented. Is also demonstrated
beyond doubt. Kducators, who have
assisted greatly In the work, may well
feel that young men under their tute
i lag will absorb the benefit to be de
rived from Information alone physio
logical lines, rightly administered.
Parents must now see plainly that
their children should have the truth
aa to their physical beings and that,
having this, untold good will result."
i "Future generations, following, are
; bound to demonstrate the bene ft ts of
t Oregon's clean mannood. aa set forth
: officially," commented A. F. Hegel,
i president of the Society. "This rec
' ord cannot be overestimated. It la a
glorious achievement."
"The full significance of the official
announcement from Dr. Blue Is dif
ficult to grasp," said Adolphe Wolfe,
treasurer of the Society. "Pealing as
It does with human life and morals. It
Is, In a larger sense, more Important
1 than many other achievements, not to
detract one whit from any of them.
At the outset, many good people
doubted the ability of the Oregon So
, cial Hygiene Society to accomplUu
, worth-while results. I think now.
however, no further comment need
be had. Surgeon General Blue's tele
gram la sufficient."
Lieutenant-Colonel P. C. Field, dl
( vUlon surgeon of the 91 at Division at
i Camp Lewis, haa officially credited
I the splendid record made by Oregon
I men to the educational work that has
been ami Is being done by the Oregon
Social Hvgli-ne Society.
WHEN ANSWERING classifieds a.la
i kindly mention The Pet-"""-
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VIERECK'S
BATHS
SHAVING HAIRCliTTING
RAZORS HONED AND ST
Open 7 a. m. .0 7 p. m.; Satur
day 10 p. in. Comer First and
Ellsworth Street.
Make It An Electric
Christmas
Pre-Invcntory
i 1 -via ii
ft
UNIVnKSAL pi:rcoi.at-
OIS---cup sio, alumiuun. '
:'J..'0
rvf . .
J m) 7-cup sie. nickel S 2.0
tfsZD'if'P sic, Grecian lirn. silver-
0
HOTPOINT RADIANT
IIIi'ATHKS
$11.00
Just the thine for that cold
bathroom.
L- W-u
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DAYLO
TheChriirroaliff um:i'jjl j f
fi The Portable Lisjht that you
need. All sizes $1.00 to $IJ."
Get vour Batteries from us.
The Western Electric and
Davis Sewing Machines will
make sewing a pleasure and
save vcu dollars.
S12.j0
UNIVERSAL $6.33
HOTPOINT $7.00
AMERICAN BEAUTY $7.00
Ralston Electric Co.
"How Do
You Do"
And
"Good Bye"
You Use Those Woda
when frie'iiis come to
your tioD.e. YvU -re
f;lad to see them, and
aorr- that they are
leaving.
U IS THE WAY OF THE Ml'.LTN'OMAH HOTEL at Portland.
Cordiality of Greetine, nice service, garage for your uje if you sn
driving a enr, and close proxinnvy to all places of interest, are mac
inif Th Multnomah
PORTLANTT.J LEADING HOTEL
I Jm C a-i. M7t Eft
rr 4aV3 , " - .
CHRISTMAS CANDY
Is jut an much n part of the
holiday spirit as Santn Clans.
We Make Our Ovn
e
Everjthin from the hirh-pnu'e
hoxed Koods to Holiday Mixed.
Kipecial Prices in larce quan-titiea.
THE ELITE
The Slore of Quality
We hnve a lirtiitetl amount of
these Kooda which wo wish
to turn into cash beforj the
new year. It is very doubt
ful Hint you ran duplicate
these prices within the next
year.
I!ol White Soap 5c
Swiff White Soap . 5e
Easy I'ny Soap ... C for 22c
No RuL Naptha Sc
Money Worth Brown
Sxir. 9 fir 25;
Citruj Washing Pow-!?.- 25c
Pearline. large pkfrs. ... 25c
Old ttUh Cleanser 3 fo- 25c
R0y.1l Bakinj; Pow ler 40c
Cre.wn. BakinK Po-!cf 20e
K. C. Baking Powder 20c
Diamond W Baking Pder 20c
Diamond W Jelly Pdr 1 tot 25
Diamond W Gelntine 2 (or 25
Alber' Wheat Flake .. 20e
Minced Razor Clams . . . 15c
Cove Oysters I5e
Shrimp 15c
Any 2-oz. can of Depend- -ahle
Spices. 10 to Zoc
value 10c
All Coffee except M. J. K.
and Dependable, reduced
. Se per lb.
All extracts, 35c value 25c
Package Teas, 30c value 25c
Peanut Butter in bulk 18e
Best Strained Honey, bulk
27 1-2c
Libby's Milk 15c
Delmonte 2 1-2 Solid Pack
Tomatoes 25c value . . . 20c
Standard Tomatoes, 20c
- value 15c
Home canned Economy
Quarts. 30c value 20c
(A Big Rargain)
Pineapple, 15, 20. 25. 30, 35c
Sweet Potatoes
6 1-2 lbs. for 25c
Fancy Celery 3 for 25c
Fresh Cabbage, per lb. 2 l-2e
Hume Grown Walnut.!
30c to IOC
II me grown Chestnuts,
per lb, 30c
Braz.il Nuts per pound 20c
Dried Apples, lb 15c
Mixed Nuts, Ih 25e
1XL Soups 4 for 25e
Holloway's
Farmers'
Store
Where GROCERIES
are sold RIGHT
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