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THE PElSA'GOLA JOURNAL, FRIDAY MORNING; DECEMBER 6, 1918.
8 BOYS' OVERCOATS Warm, comfortable garments for the youngsters -lots of style teeming with good; wearing qualities a wide range of pat terns that will make choosing a pleasure to the boy and to moth er, also Mackinaw Coats $8.50 and 510.00 Boys' Overcoats $10to$20; yes Sit PATRON !Z& THE 41 BSE2&2&g2!S j, ...,; ' A ..I, n-j i - - - v . - j. xespise Yoaior a. htih, , 7io THE HUN JTTITH SHOWING AT THE ISIS TODAY. aund.R TOY CLEANING" PRESSING Phone 3ZZ Announcement I HOT ROLLS Every Afternoon from 4 to 7 o'clock. For the especial benefit of our regular week-day patrons, the above will also apply, to Sunday -afternoon. The Sunday baking will be strictly confined to our regular week-day trade. What Th ey Need You just can't keep children from trading in water and trampling through, aluah and snow, but you can see that they do not suffer with coughr, cold, croup, ore throata or bronchitis following it. Foley's Honey and Tar is just what they ought to hare when they come in, cold end wet, sneezing and coughing. - It makes them feel warm and comfortable, tastes good, soothes a raw inflamed throat, and prevents serious results from the wetting and chUL ' IMra. E. J. Bedard. Cowiche. Wash., wiltes. . "Foley's Money and Tar ia the bet couth awd ' tone I erer med. i always keep it ia the boose A quick cure tot couth sad Gelds, ,v Sold everywhere. AMUSEMENTS George Fawcett Has Strong Role. . There are few better known actors In this country than George Fawcett, veteran player, whose later role Is is that of . a patriotic German-Ameri-cin, who ! disproves the statement ' so often made, that all hyphenated citi zens of German birth are undesirable and should be expelled from "the coun try. ' Mr. Fawcett plays -the role of a German In The Hun Within." which will be seen at the Isis theater today, but in this instance, the German loves the United States, the country, of. his adoption . and is ready to sacrifice his life if necessary for the American cause. Mr. Fawcett's portrayal is said to be one of the best of .Its kind in motion . pictures. ; Chief in the sup porting' cast . is Dorothy Glsh; the charming .Griffith' star,: Charles Ger- Bennett's Bakery 426 West Belmont. Phone 315 Quality Goods Only. r White 0 5. PALAFOX ST. "BKTrsrt vUtncr4 We Furnish the Home Complete SPECIALS: , TheM.&.0, 6 UMsautN, wrtttln sUay EXIDE BATTERY AND SERVICE STATION THE UNITED AUTO CO. 4 S. Baylen street Phone 345 iTHE JOURNAL WAN1 ADS GET RESULTS FOR FRIDATAND SATURDAY Rumford Baking Powder, 1 lb, can Culmet Baking Powder 1 lb. can . . . Eggs, per dozen .... . . . Cottolene, 10 lb. bucket . ... ...... 3 buckets Cottolene . . ........ Cottolene 4 lb. bucket . . ... . . Cottolene, Ib. bucket Compound Lard, 1 lb. Compound Lard, 10 lbs. . . . . . . Cornmeal, 10 lbs. Octagon Soap, per dozen School Boy Syrup, 1 gallon can . . . . School Boy Syrup, one-half gallon can Alaga Syrup, per gallon Swifts 'Premium Olo . . Peanut Butter in bulk, per lb. . . . r. . . Tomatoes, No. 1 cans, three cans for . Navy Beans, 3 lbs. Six-lbs. Navy Beans .... . . Onions, 10 lbs. for . . . . . . . . . . . . '. . . . . Onions, 5 lbs. for . . . . . . ........ e Teed Sttanlilr Bran, 100 lb. sack Cotton Seed Meal, per sack . . Corn Chops, per sack ... . . i, . Hen Feed, per sack . . . . Oats, per sack . . ... . ... . , . 30c . . 25c .60c $2.60 $7.50 $1.05 , r. 55c . 26c $2.50 . 60c .90c $1.00 , . 55c $1.05 .40c . 30c .25c . 50c .85c . 35c 25c $2.45 $2.50 ;$3.05 $3.90 $4.90 Phone 1889 Deliveries to All Parts of the City. IME . 353 JEm 3Ejd 3E J3 BUY W. S. S. Phone 1889 ssuKi srr tksl 'UNITED STATE OOVESKMENT Phone 1889 ard. Douglas MacLean, LJllian Clarke and Kate Bruce. ; . v Rita Jolivet in "Lest We Forget," at Bonita Today. zl, "Lest "We For&et. which shews tti the r Bonita today, is the great screen drama for which - the world has Been waiting. Its ? historical significance will make it of value as long as the world stands. For It shows in vis ible form the great causes back of America's entrance into the war.' The violation of Belgium and the . leading of . Its citizens Into captivity,' the wan ton destruction of, magnificent cathe drals, and the . inhuman treatment of Innocent women s and ' children shown both : on land and in ' the sinking of the mammoth ship, the Xrusitania, are all to be- seen in "iest We Forget." The star of "Lest We Forget," beau tiful Rita Jolivet, was herself a pas senger on the Lusitania on f its ill fated trip, and : heard those immortal words of her fellow-passenger, Chas. Frohman, "Why fear death? .Death is the most beautiful adventure; of life." Her life was spared to be ' living wit ness to the brutality of the Huns. "Cupid by Proxy" at the Pastime . . Sunday. Announcement is , made by ' the management of the Pastime theater that , a Baby Marie Osborne screen play, ""Cupid toy .Proxy," has been booked for next . Sunday. " ; "Cupid by Proxy" is the'' delightful, romantic comedy- in- which 'Pathe's famous child '- star registered - a - hit when the - play had " its premier in New, York. It is significant that happy plays like "Cupid hy Proxy" have largely supplanted "sordid , sex and problem lays . that enjoyed a cer tain vogue before the war. r, Little Miss Osborne, It will be re membered, is not yet quite I seven years old,'- but in the last year her develoment as. a screen ' artist has been very pronounced and in "Cupid by Proxy" she seems to have entered upon the , full fruition of her, un doubted natural talents. " TWELVE -YEAR-OLD BOY MISSING SINCE SUNDAY ; Willie ; Murther, ' 12- years of age. whose home is on Little 'Bayou, is missing since Sunday . and the police have been asked to locate him. He left home at . an early " hour Sunday and has not been seen since. He was dressed in a white striped waist and brown pants, wore black shoes and a green and red cap. . ' ' . : ASK IIIIINE BEOPEOED TO ivonLD (By Edwar M. Thierry, N. E.' A. Stan Correspondent.) Basile, SwitzerUiand, Dec-- 5. Free trasportation of the Rhine an : the best method of drawing Germany's claws will be put up to the world peace con ference. It will be one of the most important questions before that body. ' Rene Koechlin, of Basle, an ex-hy dro-electric engineer, will lay before. ine allies .-a project in detail for the canalization of the Rhine from Basle to Strassburg. In this distance the Rhine has a fall of 160 feet and ten cataraets. r Plants ? producing ... a half " million horsepower could be built, v : Electric locks would permit of navi gation which would effect a reduction of 30 - per cent in transportation cost, it is claimed. . j The canal would be built " on the Alsace side, and .the. cheap electricity developed would make Alsace and Lor raine the greatest European' industrial field. -v sj., . ;j; ., The threat 1 of the Germans to har ness the Rhine from Basle to Strass burg, closing it to navigation, unless Switzerland yield Rhine rights from Basle to Constance has been check mated. ; ,U; v -y - ":,,,v. ; "If is Internationally - imperative that the peace treaty provide freedom and canalization of the Rhine as a pre ventative' of future war. Such a nm- ject would be of immense benefit to Swiss and American trade." , Colonel House has declared, discussing the pro ject. - . From Lake Constance, the Rhine be comes narrower and more rapid as it approaches Schaffhausen, : and tbelow that city plunges over a seventy-foot precipice.. Another and smaller fall Is found at Zurich. At Basle, where it turns from the swiss-German border and passes Into Alsace, the river Is 190 yards wide and navigable without ob struction, but, from Basle to Strass burg, the Rhine-Rhone canal now ;. Is largely used for navigation, as the cur, rent of the river Is extremely swift. CUT HID on BOLSHEVIK RUBBER COLLI TODAY TOMORROW . . JUST TWO DAYS The Famous R-Uc!gr Cferpofitfoii PrestWs With S Dorothy Glc!n " j& ,P' : and o : ) y W mML. 10c 20c Showing you this devil's ' spawn of Germany actually at work within our It shows that they stick t nothing, that they plot coldly and malignantly for wholesale drowning of our troops, but best pf all It shows them foiled by the quicker wits and sterner courage of the United fitates Secret Service. EDDIE LYONS AND LEE MO RAN In "WHY WORRY." ISIS SEMI-WEEKLY WAR NEWS, the world war and a. woman Is the TODAY faclnatlng theme of C 13 - A. OHEAT 3 ACT PRODUCTION "LEST WE FORGET" The mighty arraignment of the Hari starring THE BEAUTIFUL. ; SURVIVOR OP THE L.USITANIA RITA POLIVET ' TOMORROW ' THE LAST CHAPTER OF "THE WOMAN IN THE WEB." IU ILL THE WILD WHO IS BACKING lull POLICY electorate . of Great Britain. It ac cuses Premier Lloyd George or ap pealing to the mop Instinct, talks of underground - machinations to estab lish conscription in Great Britain and then asks if the omens are better in France and Italy. "In all the world," It Inquires, "who are the statemen who are bad?.-ing-, not the letter, but the spirit of President Wilson's policy? The stiu ation Is full of menace. If it is to be , redeemed, ' it must be - by . the peoples or every country.". A; NEW DANCING CLASS WALTZ. ONE-STEP. AND FOX 1 TROT Professor Hepburn will organize a new class at San Carlos HoteL -. Take eleva tor to the 7th floor. Friday and Saturday, -2-p. m. and 7 to 8:30 p. m. Lessons given dafly at the above time and place. .' -. - , Washington, Dec. 5. Testifyias: . at the senate . judiciary committee's ' in vestigation of brewery and German propaganda. Louis " N; v Hammerlingr. president of the American Association of . Foreign - Language "."Newspapers, declared today that ; two years ago hft threw Leon . Trotzky. now the Rus sia nforeign minister, out of his of fice after the latter had threatened his ; life unless he received a sum - of money. V. -. .' ' Reference to' the Bolshevik! leader was made while 1 Hammerling was vigorously denying charges that he had taken any part in the : German propaganda work. '-' "Trotzky came to my office often, the- witness said.' 'and insisted on seeing me. ' He would see no other person ; in the - office except me and he always wanted me to : give - him money. I finally took ; him toy the neck and threw, him out, and in so doing I cut my hand on his rubber collar.' ' :J ' In denying charges of furthering German propaganda, Hammerling said he supported , the liberty, loans, assisted in floating: French, Italian and other allied . war loans, among foreigners, and in aiding the authori ties. - TWO REPORT LOSS OF BROOOI WITH RECOVERY OF NEITHER Mrs. C. C. Hartman, 1010 - West Gregory street,' reported 7 to the police last, night the loss of a valuable dia mond brooch, Which she. lost on Pal afox street near Chase sometime yes terday. ,,:;:";.':, - A ' diamond brooch" valued at over $100 was also stolen : from, the home of Mrs. J. W. Basrlcker on West Zar- ragossa street -sometime yesterday.' An arrest was' made in the case by- the police, bu'. the jewels were not recov-r ered. ; - - r - . London, Dea 5. The Morning Post, -while paying tribute in the warmest terms to the ' president and the American co-operation- in the war, insists upon the importance of the exact relation of 'the fourteen points to i. the peace settlement , being understood. - The :; newspaper thinks the points were' accepted too hastily by the allied governments. It relies. however, upon : the president's defini tion of them as an outline of the ba-j sis ' of peace and regards ; them as a serviceable instrument with which ; to , begin the , work of : ecuring peace," everything depending upon, their in terprettion and application. The Daily News asks anxiously for evidence of the : acceptance of ; the J spirit , of the fourteen points, the let- : ter of which was accented with one exception, by the allies and deplores i the ominous absence of any considered- or worthy reference to the su preme issue before the world,' in tne coalitiion government's appeal to the CCnG SPELLS PERU HAS ASKED UNITED STATES FOR FABULOUS LOAN Lima, - Peru, Dec. 5. It. is reported that Peru 'has asked Americanbank ers for a iloan : of 70.CCO.000 soles, or approximately 133,600,000. . RED CROSS VANISHING CREAM 1 (WITH PEROXIDE) A greaseless cream of snowy whiteness. Delightfully perfumed. A day cream for oily skins. Softens the hard lines of the face.. Protects it from sunburns, winds, tans and cold weather. Afford! an excellent foundation for applying Amrico Beauty Face Powder. This anc more than one hundred other Red Cros: Remedies and Toilet preparations boV and guaranteed only by D'Alemberte's Drug Store. Adv. 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