East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current, December 27, 1916, DAILY EVENING EDITION, Page PAGE THREE, Image 3

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DAILY EAST OREGCNIAN. H'DI-ETON. OT-TaON, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1916.
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WANTED TURKEYS AND GEESE.
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Downey
Phone 183
The home of good Meats
in Pendleton
A reason for you trading here.
NOTICE After Jan. lt this shop will close
at 6 O'CLOCK.
The Dean Tatom Co. Phone 683
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GDIERAL STORE FOR SALE
Owner wants to retire and wilt sell good paying buslneas cheap. Lo.
Med In good itock raising section, close to Pendleton. Whole thing
goes; store building, 8 room dwelling, t lots, stock runs about $4000.
O Price for all 16000.00. Cash or bankable notes. Must be sold at ones
L1ATL0GX-LAATZ INVESTMENT GO.
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REAL ESTATE
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Daily Chats With
the Housewife
HOI SI IIOI.I) KL'tWiKSTIONS.
One of the. bet wuys uf securing
lace or net curfalns in place over the
poles la to fasten . with the very fine
wire hairpins. These are ao sharp
that they limy be pushed through the
curtain without injury to the fabric,
and are so fine that they are more
invisible than pins They have the
advantage, of never slipping out of
place like small-headed pins, or be
coming entanKled In the lace like
safety pins. Place perpendicularly In
the curtain with the rounded head at
the top.
White spot" on vanished furniture
caused by heat or moisture, can be
removed by rublng with a cloth
dampened with alcohol. Cure must
be exerclned not to make the cloth too
wet, and the spot must be rubbed un
til It is dry. . As the alcohol evapor
ates quickly, the rubbing doea not
hae to be continued very lonit. It
the article haa been revarnlhed or
is heavily coated with varninh much
more alcohol must be used, and the
rubbing must be kept up longer.
Starched collars are frequently
thrown away before full use has been
obtained out of them, merely because
the stud-holes have become frayed
and perhaps worn. This can be avoid
ed by taking a piece of white tape and
sewing It neatly across the hole, and
then working new holes in the tape.
This should be done before sending
the collars to the laundry. On their
return they will present no appearance
of having been patched.
THEY UKJK ( LKAX.
film tarn are used for storing dry
materials, such as coffee, tea, spices,
etc. Paste the label Inside the Jar.
T,r.iss bedsteads may cleaned by
rubbing them with a cloth slightly
moistened with sweet oil and tnen
polished with a soft, dry duster, and
lastly with a chamois leather. This
will. If done occasionally, keep them In
mil It Ion for years. Wooden
bedsteads should tie wiped over ever)
three 'months with a cloth moistened
with turpentine to keep them clean,
I.K.MO CAKKK.
One egg, one cup of granulated su
gar, an eighth of a cup of shortening
a cup of sour milk, an even teaspoon
ful of soda. Beat into milk until dis
solved one and two-thirds cups of
flour and one teaspoonful of lemon
extract. Will be stiff batter.' Drop
In gem pans and bake In hot oven
This rule makes about sixteen cukes.
NAME OX HAi.
On a car the other evening I "saw
how a ulrl Is placed in a most unpleas
ant situation by having her name and
address on the side of her bag. As a
young man passed the girl silting op
posite me, I saw him looking at the
mark on her bag. During the course
of the Journey he came through the
car again and spoke to her, calling
her name. When my daughter has
her bag marked It will certainly be
on the bottom.
DFXXHSATEH SHOE TltEES.
"Nothing need be ugly and prow."
any more," said a young woman to
her friends, as she slipped her street
shoes onto a pair of trees. "These
shoe trees were made of plain yellow
wood when I got them, but I treated
(hem to a coat of enamel In this nice
dull green, and see how much pret
tier they are. It la a pleasure to slip
them into my shoe now, whereas it
used to be an uninteresting duty "
(; I. N't. Kit 1TIIM;.
Half a pound flour. 1-4 pound suet
1-2 pound golden sirup. 1 1-2 te
spoonfubi ground ginger, 1-2 pint
milk or water, 1-2 teaspoonful car
lionate of soda. 1 cup of candied peil
sliced thin. Mix thoroughly, pour in
buttered mold Boil or steam 3
hours.
HI.OI SE NOTES.
Many little new ideas are being In
troduced In the blouses of the seasoi
The larger sailor collar and the nar
row deep square collar are sttn morn
U'ed, liut a bib el feet has been ad'l.i
to the early spring models, it l re
ported that some of the new collar?
will le So large that they will In
the cape clase.
The latest blouses of all are made
to go on over the head. They arj
really for sport wear and are mad.'
to be worn outside of the sport klrt
they are loosely belted. One of thesv
sllpon blouse Is made of Jersey cloiii
and has pepltim finish. Peplums in
some cases are scalloped, and Home
times slashed at the sides.
mouses are once more being fasten
ed at the back, as are some of the new
one-piece dresses. A novelty for the
coming summer blouse Is dark-colored
organdie. There is burgundy
organdie, for example, relieved by
white embroidery and crochet buttons
MALAGA SAI,AI.
With a sharp knife, silt one Bide n'.
large Malaga grapes, take nut the
seed, and fill with blanched pecan
meats. For each plate, put two leaves
of romaine side by side pinched to
gether, and a row of grapes In each
leaf, resembling peas in a pod. Put
a half teaspoon of green mayonnaise
on the ends of each leaf. (This green
mayonnaise, by the way, to made bv
soaking strips oJ sweet green peppers
In slightly salted ice water for two
hours; then drain, chop fine with
sharp knife, and fold into mayon
nitoe. )
PINEAPPLE NESTS.
Shrel a good flavored pineapple and
form into nests on lettuce leaven; fill
the nests with peeled and seeded Ma
laga grapes, dress each with a spoon
of mayonnaise and a cherry on top
111IIJS GEIIG
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SLOAN'S LINIMENT BASES PAIS
Sloan'e Liniment is first thought
of mothers for bumps, bruises and
sprains that are continually happen,
ing to children. It quickly penetrates
and soothes without rubbing. Clean
er and more effective than muss
plasters or ointments. For rheuma
tic aches, neuralgia pain and that
erinnv soreness after colds, Sloan's
Liniment gives prompt relief. Have
a bottle handy for bruises, strains,
sprains and all external pain. For
the thousands whose work calls there
outdoors, the pains and aches follow
ing exposure are relieved by Sloan's
Liniment. At all druggist", 25c
Adv.
roup of Wossn EtHIk ItrinK Murti
PulHIHty to little Town; Jicwwpo.
pT All Over ftwintry re Story f
Wife Vt ho Defeated Her Hiixbaml.
When Mr. E. E. Starcher and oth
er women of Umatilla planned their
little coup whereby the feminine con
tingent of the oldent town of the
county seized control of the municipal
government, little did they suspect
that they would put their town In the
national limelight. Towever, that Is
Just what they have done. Within tho
past two weeks 1'mafflla has received
more publicity than she has received
in ler whole history' prior to that not
table election and probably more than
she will ever receive again.
Newspapers all over the country
were quick to see the unusual story
in a woman beating her husband for
mayor. The big pre associations
sent the story broadcast. The New
York World wired for a picture of
the "mayoress" within two days after
the votes had been counted. One big
picture service syndicate sent its staff
representative to Umatilla to get 8
picture and an Interview. He had Just
come from getting an Interview from
Miss Rankin, congresswoman-elect
from Montana.
Leslie's Weekly wrote for a picture
not only of the fair mayor, but for
pictures of the other women who had
been elected to office. At least three
big news picture syndicates secured
pictures and it is probable that two
thirds of the newspaper of any con
sequence in the country' will print a
picture of Mayor Laura Starcher who
defeated her husband. A recent edi
tion of the St. Louis Dipatch showed
a two-column picture of Mrs. starcher
under the caption, "The Only Woman
Mayor In the Country."
Mrs. Starcher and Umatilla have
also been made the subject of innu
merable editorials and editorial para
graphs When the railroad yards were
taken from Umatilla, it was general''."
said (that the town would die a quiet
death, but the women have brought it
to a new life that has startled the nation.
HE'S a wis man who
smokes the OWL. Win
bacaus ht is Sara of Ktttnf
s free-drawing, even-burning
smokt.
That is guaramaad to him
by the million dollar supply
of leservs leaf that barka op
the flavor of the Million Dol
lar OWL.
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Th Million
Dollar Cigar
M. A. OUNST a CO.
INCORPOBATKD
liahy .Scratch Kills Mother.
NEW YORK. Dec. 2". Mrs. Julia
rranka. thirty-four, died at New
Brunswick, N. J., yesterday of blonrt
poisoning which resulted from a
slight scratch Inflicted on her Hp by
her three months old baby. She was)
sick only two days.
Boston chooses to remain wet 1V
an unprecedented majority. The dry
made a tactical error In not holding
the election Jan. 2.
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Look over our stock and
make your Xmas reservations.
You'll be delighted.
HOOKER'S
Open Evening and Sunday.
523 Main St., Depot Block.
Phone 622. Free Delivery.
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ruror u a cm't nrcM a si Arir uoupnt in miR STORF RICHT AT THE BEGINNING OF THIS GREAT STOCK REDUCING SALE OUR STORE HAS BEEN KEPT BUSY IN EVERY DEPART
THERE HASNT BEEN A SLACK MOMENT IN OURSTOKL. RIUHI Al I nc ''''1'' . . , ' ' Z. . 7tVr . , unMr ntrr tuc uirurcT oiiai ITV MFRfUANniF IS OFFFRFD IN THIS SALE.
MENT BY THRIFTY BUYERS WHO ARE TAKING ADVANTAGE OF THIS GREAT MONEY SAVING CARNIVAL. NONE BUT THE HIGHEST QUALITY MERCHANDISE IS OFFLRED IN l mis sal..
THE ALEXANDER QUALITY ALWAYS MEANS T HE BEST.
Pre-Inventory
Stock Reducing
Sale of Ladies'
Coats and Suits
Ladies' Coats A large assortment of coats
from children's size 4 to ladies' size 44, while
$3.98
they last
We have in this lot all materials such as mix
tures, kersey, chinchilla and broadcloth. Come
early and get first choice. No phone orders.
None sent on approval. Remember the price
S3.9S.
Our entire stock of Ladie' Suits in all the
fashionable shades and styles and all sizes;
your choice $ 19.75
This lot includes broadcloths, serges, wool ve
lours in all this season's most desirable shades.
Your choice $ 19.50
One extra special lot of Suits in black and
navy serges, sizes from 16 to 47; while they
last". - $9-93
Pre-Inventory Stock Reducing
Sale Men's Suits and Overcoats
Our clothing stock consists of the well
known and reputable lines such as Stein
Bloch, Sophomore and Schlossall are
perfectly tailored, proper fabrics and
styles to please.
530.00 Suit or Overcoat, Stock
Reducing Price $22.50
$27.50 Suit or Overcoat, Stock
Reducing Price $20.65
From the Dry Goods Department
Fancy Bath Towels
These come in all sizes, with blue,
pink, lavender, gold, yellow, pea
cock blue and white brocaded
borders.
Regular 25c, special 16
Regular 35c, special 28
Regular 50c, special 39
Regular 60c and 65c, special 43
Regular 75c and 85c, special 60
Regular $1.00, $1.25 and $1.35,
special 89
HEAVY WOOL CLOAKINGS
These we have in many differ
ent colors, all of the very best of
fabrics. Special Vi ofi. If you
want a coat, buy it now.
REMNANTS REMNANTS
All at ',4 price. In this lot you
will find lots of silk and table
linens. You'll have to be here
early to get them though.
AH Made Up Royal Society Cen
ter Pieces Just Vt Price.
One lot Royal Society packages
9 each ; these are worth regular
to 75c.
All other art packages Vs price.
FANCY RIBBONS
Regular 25c yd., special 18f
Regular 35c yd., special 23
Regular 40c yd., special 28
Regular 50c, 60c and 75c yd.
special 39
Regular $1.75 and $2.00,
special $1.29
WOOL SHIRTS AND SWEATERS.
Right now in the middle of ,the winter when you need
warm clothing we have reduced every Wool Shirt and
Sweater in our stock. Wool Shirts, regular $1.50, $2.00,
$2.50, $3.00, $3.50 and $4.00.
Special discount for our Pre-Inventory Stock Reducing
Sale of 10 per cent will be given from all the above prices.
FINE WOOL SWEATERS, values $2.50, $3.00, $3.50,
J5.00 to $9.00. Special discount of 10 per cent from all
the above prices.
FROM THE HAT DEPARTMENT
Every hat in our big stock will be reduced, including all
men's and boys' hats. A general reduction of Twenty Per
Cent from regular prices will be given. This includes any
hat in our stock.
EXTRA SPECIAL One lot of Men's Hats of odds and
discontinued styles, values to $4.00. Choice $1.95
' ODDS AND ENDS
White Aprons, very daintily made and trimmed in val
$25.00 Suit or Overcoat. Stock
Reducing Price $18.75
$22.50 Suit or Overcoat, Stock
Reducing Price $16.90
$20.00 Suit or Overcoat, Stock
Reducing Price $15.00
$17.50 Suit or Overcoat. Stock
Reducing Price $12.15
$15.00 Suit or Overcoat, Stock
Reducing Price $11.25
laces and embroidery. These garments are slightly soiled
so we are closing these out at 29c
Odd lot of Sweaters in all sizes in white, grey and red,
knitted in fancy stitches and plain Shaker stitch. While
they last 98
DRESSES
All our Serge Dresses at this Pre-Inventory sale ONE
HALF price. This includes all colors, brown, green, navy
and black; sizes 16 to 44. One special lot of dresses $ I.9S
These include taffetas, serge and messalirie in navy,
black and tan. Special reduction of 25 per cent on all
our afternoon dresses.
PRE-INVENTORY CLEAN-UP SALE ON WAISTS
Beautiful line of wash
able satin, Georgette crepe
and lace, in coral, nile,
cream, flesh, black or
brown. You will find these
waists stylish and beauti
fully made. Pre-Inventory
Clean-up price $3.98
House dresses in ging
ham, percale and ripph't
te in till sizes 98r
Odd lot of Sweaters in
white, navy, red and grey
at
Gingham and percale
rompers 19