East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current, December 10, 1915, DAILY EVENING EDITION, Page PAGE TWO, Image 2

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    PAGE TWO DAILY EAST OREGONIAN. PBNDLHTON. OREGON. FRIDAY. DECEMBER 10. 1915.
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Daffy Christmas Undermuslins
We have just received a large shipment for Christmas trade.
Night Gowns, Envelope Chemise.
1 This store is a great treasurer house forXmas Shoppers
j NEEDS. THE PEOPLES WAREHOUSE SAVES ON EVERYTHING, EVERY DAY, AT ALL SEASONS.
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Your Xrnasl
WITH
PHOENIX
SILK HOSE
Great Sale of
Men's
Overcoats
We are offering some very
great reductions on our Over
coats. Every Overcoat in our
stock is reduced. All styles,
short and long, big loose boxy
coats, long ulsterettes, dressy
coats and warm coats; all must
go. We have all sizes and can
fit you satisfactorily. Give us
a look before buying.
CARDS, BOXES
AND "FIXINGS"
FOR YOUR
PACKAGES
Our offerings of
Christmas Cards and
"fixings" for your
holiday packages are
more elaborate this
year than ever and
more space has been
given to their display
and sale. Experi
ence has no doubt
taught you the advan
tage of supplying all
these needs early.
Did You Ever Hear a
Housewife Acknow
ledge She Had Lin
ens Enough?
What could possi
bly be more appro
priate for a gift to
the lady of the house
than a cluny or a
maderia center piece,
or scarf? Come in
and look over the ex
cellent assortment we
are showing. You
will find the oualky
the best and the
prices reasonable.
Our holidav stocks
include.hnndrw' nn
on hunHrs of desir
able articles which
will make most at
tractive rf for men,
women, hw', p-irls.
and the little ones.
Our 'Ivertiemnt
Knt hint at wht
awaits you in this
reat store.
A gift of one of
these dainty gar
ments would cer
tainly gladden the
heart of any woman.
mm
The night gowns
are full and long,
made of silky
nainsook, trimmed
with beautiful lace
yokes and cap
sleeves in empire
and straight ef
fects, also several
styles with hand
embroidered
sprays and scallop
ed edging. The
ranfre of price is
from ?1.95 to
S5.95.
The envelope chemise are full and wide with the desirable
circular cut. They are lace trimmed with panel inserts of em
broidered organdie and some are trimmed at the knee as well
as the back and front of yoke. They are priced from 98? to
S4.95.
VEILINGS
Why not give HER a veil
for Xmas. Daintily wrap
ped in a folder or holly box
it will make a dainty gift
that will be appreciated.
The yard 35? to $1.25
EMBROIDERY
ING
FLOUNC-
For the baby, a da.inty.
embroidery flounce for
dress or petticoat. Full
length flounces, the yard
75? to $ 2.59.
"T. P. W. PURE FOOD SHOP"
THE STORE WITH THE XMAS SPIRIT. 3 PHONES, All 15
Every day new "GOOD THINGS TO EAT" arrive here; never have we shown
such wonderful varieties of high grade table supplies; its well worth your while to
come and see our PURE FOOD SHOP. You'll find here the CLEANEST, BEST
EQUIPPED GROCERY in the city.
2 BIG ROUSING SPECIALS FOR SATURDAY'S TRADE.
HAWAIIAN SLICED PINEAPPLE, sold regularly for 25c can, our price Satur
day, 5 cans ?1.99
CALIFORNIA PEACHES Extra fancy quality, regular 25c can, our price Sat
urday, 5 cans $1.99
BOYS' $5.00 NORFOLK SUITS WITH 2 PR. OF KNICKERS
Wool cassimeres in a wide range of colorings and blue serge.
Norfolk coats and knickers, made with belt loops, ages 6 to
16 years; pants are lined, patent buttons and patent waist
band. Only ?5.99.
T. P. W. MA LASSES
The highest grade
money can buy; candy
recipes on every can.
5 lb. can 65?
10 lb. can ?1.25
CHRISTMAS CANDIES
You know we always
carry the best and larg
est assortment in Pen
dleton. Buy candy now.
NEW NAVEL ORANGES
Ripe and sweet, the
dozen 49? to 69
T. P. W. SPECIAL
The best 35? coffee on
earth.
GLACE FRUITS
in 1, 2 and 5 pound
beautiful boxes, the
pound 65?
Glace Cherries, Figs,
Pineapple, Plums, Nec
tarines and Kumquats
in bulk, pound 69? and
75?.
FRANQUETTE WAL
NUTS, pound 39?
GIFT SUGGESTIONS
from our crockery dept.
STAR CUT GLASSES, set
of 6 65? to 81.19
ELECTRIC PERCULA
TORS, $7.50 peculators
T. P. W. special price
5.99.
42 PIECE SETS DINNER
WARE, packed ready
for delivery, set $5.99
NEW CALIFORNIA FIGS
Equal both in flavor and
looks to the imported
kind, pound 25?
Heinz Dills, Sour, and
Sweet Pickles, Chow
Chow and Pearl Oni
ons See our sanitary
method of handling and
delivering these goods.
RAISIN BREAD Freshly baked, large loaf 19?
APPLES Hood River Spitzenbergs, the box $ 1.25 to $2.75
EXTRA FANCY JONATHANS Box $1.90
LEOPARD SKIN CLOTH
Make yourself a cap and
scarf of our Leopard Skin
Cloth. Easily made and very
nobby. Comes in brown and
black, 56 inches wide, takes Vi
yard $1.66
SPECIAL LOT OF FANCY
SILKS 43c
Consists of several different
kinds of silks, all colors, neat
patterns, stripes, etc, 22 to 27
inches wide, worth to $1.00
yard. Special 43c
FIGURED BATISTE
A fine wash fabric, sheer ef
fect with small floral designs,
for fancy work, boudoir caps,
aprons, etc, 30 in. wide, fast
colors. The yard 20s"
NEW GUEST TOWELS
Of finest quality linen huck,
space for monogram, the regu
lar guest size, hemstitched by
hand. Each , 59C
The Bargain Basement
LOOK OUT Saturday is to be the Big Day COME EARLY
What WU1 We Do For $1.00?
HERE'S WHAT WE'LL DO.
Saturday We will sell 20c, 25c and 35c wool mitts and
gloves for 9?
Saturday We will sell 20c Initial Handkerchiefs for 5?
Saturday We will sell 5 pairs Heavy Wool Sox for $JL00,
or one pair for 22?
Saturday We will sell $1.75 men's Winter Caps for 69?
Saturday We will sell $5.75 Black Fur Pieces for $2.98
Saturday We will sell Hose for the whole family for fV
Saturday We will sell one lot of Boys' Overalls for 19c
Saturday We will sell Women's Patent Leather Shoes,
high heel, cloth stop, for $2.45
Saturday We will close out $2.00 and $2.50 Wool Dress
Goods for 47?
Saturday To keep the little kiddie in good humor while you
shop, we'll give every one you bring to the basement a Present
Free.
PENDLETON'S
GREATEST
ij DEPARTMENT
The Peoples Warehouse
WHERE if PAYS
TO TRADE
Additional Social and Per
sonal News on Page 5.
1
One Of the most enjoyable enter
tainments of the yeur In the frater
nal world was the Joint social session
last evening of the two Women of
Woodcraft orgs niuit Ions, the Penllo
ton and Daphne circles. The affair
was held In the Moose Hall and was
presided over by Mayor-elect James
A. Beat. A most entertalninir nro.
gram was followed by refreshments
and an hour or more of danfllng
A feature of the program was th
work of the W. O. W. drill team.
captained by A. O. Carden, who camo
up rrom Kcho especially for the oc
casion. Though the drill team ha I
practiced only two nights, the ma
neuvers were perfectly executed tad
much applause evoked when thi'
uniformed men spelled out In turn
the letters v. O. W., D C, and P O
Their manual ut arms was also per
fect. Another feature of the pro
gram was the reading by Miss olive
Uwlnn, Pendleton's clever and tal
ented young dramatic reader. Rev.
J. E. Snyder of the Fllll Inllll
church made a splendid address, vo
cal numbers wero rendered by Mis.
Mao Puulson, (ieorge Phelps and a
Juvenile guartet, and recitations were
given by little Miss Joerger and Utile
Miss Oliver. Instrumental music wot
played by Mrs. W. D. Humphrey and
William lioedecke.
The affair was the culmination of
a successful membership campaifn
conducted by the two circles.
It was a very pretty party which
Mrs. James Johns. Jr., presided DVtf
yesterday afternoon at her home on
Garden street as a compliment W
Mrs. N. It Messerly of Tacoma who
Is a house guest of Mrs. Dean Ta
tom There were eighteen guests
present. The afternoon was nlea.s-
antly spent with needlework. Before j
tho serving of refreshments the ho.i-l
teas wheeled In a tiny Christmas tree
aglow with candles and to which was
tied a favor present for each guest.
Each gift carried with It a request
for the recipient to perform some
task and the subsequent perform
ances formed a very unique enter
tainment. (Juests of the party In
cluded Mrs Messerly, Mrs. K. B.
Aldrlch. Mr.'. Charles Bond. BUM
Sophia Bowler. Miss Alice Butler,
Mrs. A. O. Hampton, Mrs. Lester
Hamley. Mrs Kdmund B. Haslop,
Mrs. Merle It Chessman. Mrs. James
Johns Sr.. Mrs, F. It. McHeynolds,
Mrs Lyman O. Illce, Mrs. Osmer E
Smith, Mrs Koyal M. Sawtelle. Mis.
Jesse Tryon. Mrs. James H. McC'Jck
and Miss Wilson.
Miss Rtvi Kupers entertained a
few friends last evening at an Infor
mal dinner party at her home nn
Long street. The dinner wa a very
tasty one and the evening proveil
very pleasant t" the guests.
Dt. and Mrs. C, I Terpenlng en
tertained last evening at their home,
their guests numbering about forty
A short but very excellent program
was followed by dancing, after Which
the hostess served dainty refreshment".
SALE
of High Grade
HairGoods
THIS WEEK ONLY
A complete stock of the
best of hair to select from.
BLOOM OF ROSES
the great complexion
beautifier now being
demonstrated. Come in.
MADAM ROOT
AT " SAYRES"
GIRLS! Ml WAVY.
THICK, GLOSSY HAIR
FREE FROM DANDRUFF
s i: vol it II URI Dot BLB
BEAUTY IM A I I v no
Ml NTS THY THIS!
If you care for heavy hair, that
glistens with beauty and is radiant
with life; has an incomparable soft
ness and is fluffy and lustrous, try
Danderlne.
Just one application double the
beauty of your hair, besides It im
mediately dissolves every particle of
dandruff; you cannot have nice
heavy, healthy hair If you havo dan
druff, tils destructive scurf robs tne
hair of its lustre, its strength and Ira
very life, and If not overcome It pro
duces a feverlslmcss and Itching of
the scalp; the hair roats famish
loosen and die; then the hair falls
out fast.
If your hair has been neglected
and Is thin, faded, dry, scraggy or
too oily, get a I5-cent bottlo ot
Knowltons Dunderlne at any drug
tore or toilet counter; apply a little
as directed and ten mlnulea after
you will say this was the best In
vestment you ever made.
Wo sincerely believe, regardless of
everything else advertised, that If you
dslre soft, lustrous, beautiful hair
nnd lots of It no dandruff no Itch
ing scalp nnd no more falling lialr
you must use Knowlton's Danderlne.
If evcn'Uslly--w hy not now?
IMS Serbs captured.
BERLIN, Deo. I Victorious en
gagements In which the Teutons cap
tured 1 300 Serbs from Isolated sourc
es southweHt of Mltrovltza were re
ported by the war oiflce.
How to Cure Colds.
m aeorge nartman left y Avoid Exposure and Drafts.
teirtiiv for Portland to spend the
Christmas holidays with her mother, flt Right. Take
Mrw. H. I) J. uray.
bitter mist bk mheu:d.
Stamp Ililre! at Time of Sate. Nol
at BeM of si. -rage Period.
PORTLAND Ore. Dec. Bu'ter
In cold-storage mure than SO days
doe not have to be marked "storage
butter." decided circuit Judge Qan
tenbeln. answering a presentment by
tho Multnomah county grand Jury.
The butter must be so labeled before
It is sold but not at the end of 0
day la tho cold-storage plant, ac
cording to the declaion.
The question arose as a result of
a dispute between the Union Most
Company and J. D Mlckle, state food
and dairy commissioner. Mr. Mlckle
demanded to see records of the com
pany to determine when butter had
been placed In storage.
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children
In U se For Over 30 Years
Always bears jff
s,( nature of
AID OFrTCKED DOMINICANS.
U sited state Would Supervise Fl-
nnmwa If Askd to Do No.
WASHINGTON, Dec. 10 Amerl
Iran Minister Russell at Santo Do-
mlngo has been Instructed to ascer
tain whether the Dominican people
desire the aid of the United States
I In rehabilitating the republic's fl
' nances through a plan similar to that
put Into effect In Haiti
The proposal contemplates supervl-;
; slon by the United State of the fl-;
j nam lal branches of tne Dominican
I government and rehabilitation of the
little republic's finances through a
: 'orelgn los.n of 15,000,000.
Adoption of the proposal for su
pervision depends entirely on the d
i sires of Santo Domingo.
Defectrees to Be Trained.
PITTSHl'HO, Dec. 10. William M.
Davidson, superintendent of the Pitts
burg public schools, has announced
that three "cottage schools' will be
established, where special instructions
lll be given children whose mental
development has been retarded.
"Through these schools we hope to
retrieve about 500 children who, If
the school system did not try to help
them, must, In the end, be sent to
state Institutions," said Superintend
ent Davidson. He also said that a
clinic would be established for the
study of these children. The schools
will be opened early next year, and
will be under the direction of Dr. H.
H. Iturns. director of the department
of hygiene.
Superintendent Davidson. In an an
nouncement plan for the "cottage
schools." said that he also favored
special Instruction for "overnormal."
M especially bright children, and
would later urge the local board of
education to take up this question.
AMERICANS AFTER
Negotiations for Hallways In Hrazll
Arc I'ihI'T Way.
NEW YORK. Dec. 9. Amerl.-an
: interests are negotiating to take over
the leases of the Brazilian otate rail
ways from French and British com-
panics, says the New York Evening
Post.
(ierman Interests In Brazil, accord
ing to the article, are encouraging
the Americans
0, Mackenzie, who was denied regls
: try because she married a subject of
"ireat Britain
rrriZKNHHip bar ithkijv
Bnprerrie Court Approves Expatria
tion of foreigner's Bride.
WASHINGTON, Dec The su
preme court affirmed the decision of
the California court interpreting the
federal expatriation law of 107 as
constitutionally applicable to women
who continue to live in the Ottftod
States after marrying foreigners ns
well as those who marry foreigner
and live abroad.
The case was brought by Mrs Btfce)
liorxrai to tiet HoIHiays
PORTLAND, Ore., Dec (.Nut
only are horses In the street-cleaning
bureau to have vacations hereafter
but they are not to be worked every
day while In the service, as at pres
ent. Superintendent Donaldson, o:
the bureau, has arranged things so
the horses In service will be worked
four days straight and then he iriven
Ltwo or three days', rest.
The vacation plan has been made
possible by replacement of horse-
drawn machines with motor driven
flushers.
TIDE BRINGS OLD XTE.
Holtlcil HASSSUre Pound Near Mo
clips ARct 16 Year.
HOQl'IAM, Wash., Dec 9 After
floating about in the Pacific ocean for
16 years, a bottle containing a note
probably written and thrown over
board by one of the olflcers of the
schooner Transit was round on the
beach by un Indian, Bob Wayne,
near Moclips.
The note was dated August 10,
1899, and was perfectly legible,
though the writing and the paper
were considerably faded. The met
sage reads as follows;
"Schooner Transit, August 10,
jd99. Ten days out from Honolulu,
H. L., bound to San rancL?co.
Weather calm and baffling wind All
Is well. LaL 39 degrees 4 4 minutes
north, Ing. 156 degrees, 7 minutes
west. J. Peterson."
Mrs, Wayne, wife of the finder of
the bottle, brought the note to this
city. Wayne found the bottle on ihe
beach after the record high tide ol
the winter, which followed sever. 1 1
days of a heavy-off shore blow,
which brought In a heavy surf.
Sheepmen to Meet Dec. Ifl.
BAKER, Ore., Dec. . Plans are
blng made for a special sheepmen's
meeting In the circuit court moms
December 16 to 18. The event will
be under the auspices of the Hakei
Commercial club.
One of the main features will be a
series of lectures on Improved meth
ods of wool marketing and cross
breeding for wool production, which
will be given by Oran M. Nelson, Ore
gon Agricultural College sheep speci
alist. Other plans will be announc
ed soon.
Dr. King's New Discovery.
Your Cough and Cold begin
to get better as soon as you take
Dr. King's New Discovery. It it
prepared from Pine Tar, healing
balsams and mild laxatives. Dr.
King's New Discovery kills and
expels the cold germs, soothes the
irritated throat and allays inflam
mation. It heals the mucous mem
brane. Search as you will, you
cannot find a better cough and
cold remedy than Dr. King's New
Discovery. Its use over 45 years
is a guarantee of satisfaction.
"From exposure I had a cough and
cold combined that nearly put a finish to
me. While looking or something to east
the irritation that bothered my throat
and lungs, a friend advised "Dr. King's
New Discovery." I bought a bottle, the
first dose helped and before the first bot
tle was need my cold wss well." 0. B.
9pmm, MtMaja, Ark. At all druggist.
VoswIm Crash In Hay.
SAN FRANCISCO, Dec. 8. The
steamer Edna, formerly the Mazat
lan, often called a marked ship, ran
true to form when she and the
steamer Daisy Putnam collided In the
bay. The Kd tin's damage will prob
ably reach several thousunds.
COUGHS AND OOIDH ARE DAN
GEROUS. Few of us realize the danger of
coughs and colds. We consider them
common and harmless ailments.
However statistics tell us every third
person dies of a lung aliment. Dan
gerous Bronchial and Dung disease
follow a neglected cold. As your body
struggles against cold germs, no hot;
ter aid enn be had than Dr. King's
New Discovery. Its merit has been
tested by old and young. In use over
45 years. Oet a bottle today. Avoid
the risk of serious lung ailments
Druggists Adv.
BARGAINS!
Real bargains in
LADIES' SEAL AND
LEATHER HANDBAGS
Any handbag in the store
tt-PRICE.
Less than wholesale.
Tallman & Co.
Leading Druggists I