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ONLY 20 MORE SHOPPING DAYS REMAIN TILL CHRISTMAS l
SHOP EARLY. PLAN FOR A "REAL" fHR STMAS. WE'LL HELP YOU IF YOU'LL LET U& DONT SrOIL HALF THE PLEASURE OF GIVING BY NOT BEING READY WHEN
THE "C.IAU DAY" COMES.. A "HOLD UP" AT CHRISTMAS TIME IS A SERIOUS MATTER, AND ONE WHICH YOU SHOULD AVOID. DON'T LET YOUR FRIENDS GET 1IIL
BEST SELECTIONS FIRST USUALLY
AT LOWER PRICES AND THEN PAY YOUR GOOD MONEY FOR WHAT'S LEFT..
Sale of '
- . . ,
- j : - ' f i f
$33, $3S.50 and $40
Suits Reduced to
These suits are all wool serge and velbur, both
faiicy and tailored models, all new 1918 fall
styles, silk lined,' smart, new and attractive, ab
solutely the best bargains of the season. Your
choice of this lot at .... $23.75
Don't wait, be among the first.
T. P. W. PURE FOOD SHOP
In our model sanitary basement.
Cleanliness Economy Service
Phone 15. All other depts.' phone 22.
Fuel Saving, Food Saying Gifts. - ,
6 Cup Perculators, equipped with the semi
automatic switch and valvpless; percolating me
chanism as all other Hotpoint percolators., . ,
Hotpoint Toaster, makes toast as you want it,
right on the table, two slices at a time, and serve
it as hot as wanted.
3 Heat Radiant Grill, it is not necessary ' to
light the kitchen range except for the heaviest
meal, which makes a sharp saving on fuel.
5 and 6 Pound Iron has attached stand, thumb
rest, Hotpoint cool handle, hinged plug, cord
protector and many other advantages.
The Purest, Freshest Groceries and Vege
tables at the best prices, always.
We pay 75c for Fresh Eggs.
Special Pre-Christmas Sale of Men's
Silk and Near Silk Shirts
ly. We have se
lected a wonder
ful assortment of
t VTtfmflOTlA shirts, Just tne
A A I ' I W W thing for Christ
' . J villi -ilWK i 1 mas frifts, most
bargains at - the
i-egular price; values from $5.(W to $6.50.
Saturday special . .-, . , . . ... . . i. . . . $3.65
n ' Ft
BETTER BUY THOSE CHRISTMAS GLOVES
now and be sure of the size and color you want.
" Real French1 kid, lambskin, cape, mocha and
suede in gray, brown, black, white, tan, gold,
etc. Prices range from .' $2.00 to $3.00
Chamoisuede Gloves look like real suede, are
soft and washable, warm and look well.. In
shades of brown, gray and white. The pair
Children s Gray Mocha Gloves for the tiny tot
and the little older child, pair
$1.25 to $1.50
COLONIAL DRAPERIES ,
play ari important part in the decorating of your
home to give the proper Christmas cheer, also
in making up the many useful and 'decorative
giftsi so essential to the comfort of everyone
that inhabits that home. "
Here are some of the things you can make
with these pretty patterns in chintz, cretonne,
tapestry and denims. '
Shoe bags, laundry bags, screens, waste paper
baskets, lamp shades, window seats and many
other things. Prices are really moderate, from
yard .' 35c to $1.25
BLOUSES AT $5.75 , .
Made of Georgette
crepe elaborately em
broidered and braided
in intricate designs,
shown in the low
neck effects and the
All of the smart
suit shades are in the
showing, taupe, navy,
brown, ' green, flesh
and pink. A wonder
ful showing at $5.75
CARTERS fcNIT UNDERWEAR
, . 1 1 . i r
For Women. Misses' and Children will not shrink
Shrinking, common With most underwear is . '
missing in Carters. . ... ,v. .. y
Carters is shrunk beyond possibility of fur
ther shrinking' before the fabric ever reaches
the looms. . . ,
' WHEN YOU BUY A 38 ' '
IT REMAINS A 38
until the suit is worn out and that is a long, long
time as you will find by experience. Y i ! ; r
All sizes and styles for women, misses' and
children in just the weight of cotton, wool or
mixed fabrics that you desire. Union Suits for
women $1.50 to $5.50
' The most popular of all Christmas gifts.
This Christmas finds
us better than ever
prepared to meet your
every want in men's
or initial ' linen or
cambric,, silks, plain
or fancy; the greatest
assortment of really
worth while handker
chiefs in Pendleton,
15c, 20c, 25c to $1.50
' ONE MORE DAY OF THE DELINEATOR
j I OFFER , ,
;? A twelve-months subscription to this
j wonderful magazine may be had by sub
L scjribing tomorrow, the last day, and the.
! price is actually less than one half the sub
l! All purchases made tomorrow on charge
'Accounts are earned on your December
bills payable January 1st.
Doesn't It GisWe On Your Nerves to Have Some ,
One Say "I Told. I : You So"?. ,
Woll horc'n the way you run BV"II it. 's Whfri you wo Ihfl
I"arKiiln llum-monl udvortii-p His fcmy.- AM Woul B CUt (or
J4.!. don't put ait liuytnit' your liiUll'lfa'toft lt;-lonJr alt
until they're ull Kanr ami then huve,tim on ay';"I ToUl Xi
Tin-! HiirKlns That r Vlvi-rllsc Mvoukt tie St-cnmi .NOW!
' CHIMtUKS'M .SKItVICK.Altl.I-: SIU1K.S
Wn hnv ail.li l A hlKli rle ut ni.ud nhi.es to this IV H.
Phooa of the irettkt lasts, und nil ut llaraulii irlccs. ...
' ' M)MKN'SM'tKlt fO.tTS '""
"Yoit rmt.-tr atqrre'T.nitp liU-n-!'' prrvailtnir thronithouf
the vhlite. tittxJjC'trw " '" mk Jri-s in the II. II. ,
YAltll (.(KIDS ISK.MWXTS
Manv Rood, lollK. llheral lenuths. l-(. 1-S. 1--' price.
: r -. ANOTIJKU l-OAIt ( i' I'MIKIIWKAI t
5 m'tftd JJst Bdd.id (ntibthrr nisf. UJite mil for L-rlfri . '
'' It jour nclKhlii tr1 ytitr of ne curt In: lot. of Brt'tils.
floirt put otr buying -'until' too late and then have her uy "1 told
you so." Visit the lluraaln lla-emc iit Tmlay.
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GREATEST DEPARTMENT STORE ;
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WWfP MI S
AVE'LL GIVE YOU THE BEST FOR
THE PRICE, NO MATTER WHAT
YOU'LL ALWAYS FIND THE
NEWEST AND SMARTEST HERE,
AT THE LOWEST PRICE.
--iHftirwHiiiE it -ro trade mmm , ,
SAILORS GLAD OF
hundred per cent." !
Karl Meier, formerly of Charleston,
8. C, eaI4 Amerlta has again become
popular In Germany elnce the revolu
tion. "You miiHt understand fhi Is not
a Kay day far us," explained Paul Jacob.
'them Tvith water, and cook them until
they are tender. Kmove the vorea
1 ifrom the apples and dice. All the aj-
! nles. sirun and I rnon juice to the
beets, and cook the mixture until it is
clear. Instead of storing the conserve
in jolly Klaswes, it may be Kpread on a
Food Administration ro- ; platter and dried in a Iw oven or In
It should then be pack-
tper in contain-
MANY ARE ASHAMED
OF. GERMAN CRIMES
The I. 8.
minds us that, every fall apple has its the sunshine.
Tiuexihiliti.. fur Whiter desserts or Tel- .rl tictuocn r,ar:iffin
Germany had just reached the ish,s anJ that J1Hne shoi,i i,e allow- erB tnat Wu- be free from dust and jn
... 1 .... I ..nAua Witt nnW. . ... t .
ed to waste. Here are some rei-ip.;s sects,
Shout "Write to Us" to Lib
height of her naval success, but no
owing to the lack of food, she must fr(jm the Fo0(J A(imiIljs, raiio
Kive u,. all. ' I Canned Jtaketl AiM'K-s. T?pail Tiriimmcl Doffs
Sonds Word to Milwaukee ! Wash and core good, sound, tart J-edU 11 UHIIIItl yuiia
Tell fncle Joseph. In Milwaukee, baking apples. Kill the cavities with 1 1 FlillS for U. S. Khaki
that I am alive." was the greeting of tablespoon. of sirup or honey for each : ,
Hen Ponnzltsul. i apple, jwlko ine appces u...,, iuu.-. ...
. rrillcil from Metz. There were two waN completely wrecked. A large m-c-!
tiers of rooniM with broad balconies f lion tif tlie Itid und Gun (Tub Ha!l
it., fronr omrl ull Ht'hU.if itV f ItVI r i f it V. . W U H tdftl I.I'f iltlll uull..r1 In ..II .11
In tho lower floor was an elaborate r otl loiiS.
Hitting' room, containiinf richly uj- t'rimsin-4 Yaitulna Hay, the whirl
hol.stered furniture, a piano, oil paint-; wind Vrumo a waternpout until H
Ir.Ka, tn:uld Uibleii and beveled mIr-;K,IUrk (lMlh u,uhr where It whirled
rors. Thin apparently was the head- .
iunrt-H of a hiuh officer, for in it Wi,y a:r"tH no ,,a,,t,H
Among the Bubmarinen surrendered a an containing a little -water. 1'aok
HAFIWIOH. Nov. 2. "The Oer
ii mis still justify the rinklnjr of the
I. ;(ita ul.i, b- .j iij-h r-he had motions
i'i".,u-('; i-he (;irn warning not to
.;i " deU;irei K:trl ' lser, marhinit
n uiif 'f tlie 'it-rniuii rutina.i ine
. bjt'h Hum-iMb-red hvie.
nla r tin oil. if ttf the rewfl nald
t iifv wie a - ha ii it i 4 J'f ntany's
i ui lilt..-111-w iinii many hod ty win
! :m K Ani-ti-:' fliendchip.
.? 1 '.Im.hl n"' were burdened
i- t-i'-ti;' i b"iiot;tar)li' wild other pur
:i)'hi i i.Hll;i. w h n they landed from
Uteir t!ill. Ail were uttlr-d lu ov-r-'J'he
were lttuxhbig and joking
vlit'ii ih M-rainbled fitn the miip
! v .l.rli unit the irtoju hei w aiting
t . i.ti. tficnt :inboi& r ;
The ..rM.inb-nt ititrvirw'd a
v(o,f ,.f tin im. MuM of them r joi. rd
;u du- iH.Mthrt.w of inukerUn. Cm
i.t(.i (E!iir. h'wever. defended
i ' i l.i.-M.. -.ss und i offid ut Aim rica
"..3 l in Hie War- He refused to give
ht- na,i... slv he nid lie int-nd to vl
i.. itttib'u Mnon.
iu Uo t'i my .tiHin. H''"n
li.-bMt.-ori of CI)taK." Kr
Muc.-usti'in, m iih -eoeked hid of -
v l.i , ,W,-'Mif -1 he ci.rrvpndeVt
V . si u A Hi I ti
iibi hn Mueller, a workman'! and
y . ' W rpreonti ah e. deolared thrtt
. . ' r - f-e ' ? : ";i
wai the famous merchant cruiser me oaxea appie imv no. r,,,
Deutschland. whlrh had been convert- add the juice remain. nr in the pan.
ed Into a mine laver and torpedo v..FiII the ja eomjdetMly with a ir:ip
, (made by boiling togeiner ior mm- ,
ll'l.... U. T " 1
bor. two American officers stood on tion of 1 cup of water and
deck shouting Joyfully. They ,
I.ietilenant Frank Miller of 1
t. From the
Seal the can.
OiI1X'1 AiKn t I'cors.
Hard fruit fannies or pears) 8
Su-ifiir. 1 ciinnd it cupsl.
Sirup. 3 pounds 4 cups l. j
;inir roor or cr.vstallized ginsc-rj
KlKhtV-third street. Oakland. 'al.. and!
Lieutenant Junius Fulr her of 31 West1
S.-vf.fitenth street. Norf'dk. Va.
Thev were on the merchant cruiser i
Tlconderona. which was sunk by the 1 ounce. j
I'-ir.i .n Seiiiember 3'i, after a lot-; 1niiiiw 3. '
tV n"t'lng "it mlniil'-s. Miller was ta- I Water, 2 iU''ts. !
.n fr..m a capsized lifeboat while' Wash and prepare fruit. Weieh aft.-r ,
Ful. her who had been wounded it "is prepared. Add sugar to sirup and ,
three time was picked op off a raft, water. Add le.non Juice and chopped,
ITIsoiwrs Told Tliry Wore ITMV rind and fruit. Cook slowly until
They were ..uart.-red with the offl- fruit is tender and product Is thick,
r-i-r .f the submarine and reached and dark. ,
Kl. l from Hatteras on November 15. i All- 'arrwt fonsinc.
ti.. ..ri.m..n und ,.!il if, 1 1, Id them1 farrots, Kround or diced. 1 ipiart. -
Tart appls. diced
Ol-alltes, sliced, t.
Hirup. '1 cups.
Cook I he carrots In sufficient wa
r to cover them, until they are Iimi-r-
do not drain them. Add the other
ttiev were free. (
Fnither said the Tironderoga Wasi
hit 'JO times by shells, three of which,
Mlod-d in the engine room, before!
she went down. !
"You are the first American we'v, t
wen in I wo month." declared Miller, d
Ho said they were treated well and Ingredients, and cook the mixture un
had good food. In his opinion, the til It is clear.
to minus are genuinely gtsd IhM the
The inii.'ihn gave Miller and Ful
i lo-r three t beers when the Americans
left the submarine.
best dressed man in Denver to a
private in the army, with ouly
khaki to wear, Is the fate of
Alonzo Thompson, Jr.. Widely
known as the licau lirummel of
"Jnny," as he is known by
thousands in Denver, has been
drafted into the arnivTrom I-Hly
Dale, X- Y.. where he has been
living with his mother since
their departure from .Denver a
year and a half sko.
Iteing in the army Is especial
ly hard on 'I.oimv.'' It Isn't the
steady grind or drilling and
training that bothers tn's young
aristocrat. Jt Is the fact that ho
Is forced to wear nothing hut the
plain khaki Instead of the frills
and fancies he Ijjis been used to.
. Several years ao. when cloth
ing was considet.-il.l'.- cheaper
than It Is today. Al'.nzO spent
$:'.li'IO a year on things to wear.
Shirts that c.rst -, apiece, shoes
that sold for t:, and
and suits t $ I " ;uld $12.".
were Ids reeiilar purchases. Now
he weais khaki.
Uniforms, Dishes, Books in
! rnnfiiatnn Rhnw TTnsrp
wt-ro found many maps, plans and a
telephnno switchboard. outsido was
a bowling alley and a small swimming
At one side was a wine-cellar well
stocked with apple wine, beer and
other beverages dear to the German
heart. Immediately nduiuing was a
shell-proof dugout, 40 feet deep and
capable of holding 611 men.
this was a shoemaker's hut
peered In the forer. beyond.
The scnoomr Hustler. Captain H. A
Knight, whs crossing In over Yn.pilna
bur. The whirlwind l.ussed close hy
his vessel, and boiling water In Its
ake caused him to think he was run
ning on a reef . Captain Knight says
the moment the whirlwind passed,
the wind changed from a strong
Next to southeaster to an equally strong north-
where a wester.
( on. alcsciice aft
Apiile and I'.is-t mcnc.
Tiirt apples, diced. I quart.
Heels, diced. 1 quart.
Juice of 1 lemon and chopped rind so highly to
iphoid fever and the crip. Is s
I merely nprarent. not real. T
Jr'eal and rapid, there is no of
"Yo.l m-iff write to us." shouted of d.-s'red.
rsc.nn mended asi
i Tlifiii.;i nds n
WITH TIIS AMERICAS ARMIF.il,
IN' Till! VfY'lAK Sept.' if'. All tho
comforts of h1inef wtrtu venie added
luxuries, were .found iutf t'a dugouts
and lling quarters wliich the Tier-i
mans were forced to abandon when
tha Aiucriv.in, troops .. began thelrj
march. ' ' !
. Uunulng water, eleelrlc'lights, steam'
heat t'-nnis courts, bowling alley...!
swimming pools, pianos and wine eel-J
lars wefe some of the up-to-date con-1
v. nlences whl. h t'nele Sam's "mop-1
pers-np" that followed on the heels,
of the rushing American soldiers
f. und in some i f the quarters of the
The ui.iie elaborate quarters were i
located In the thickly-set woods;
which whound lu this part of Franco,
and most of them representeil tr.e,
work of four years. The majority of ''
them w.e of elaborate rustic con-.
traction and ni-nally had shell j.rool
h. 'Iters connected with them. Fur
niture and (ieeorati.uis taken from
the I-r.,-n( h inhabitants of m-Ij: bhorine .
.ii';i.'t-s foe.ntt thn j.rincii.al Jnierlnr
e..sttinenfi" w'-. --e -
rplinlifi-rhu; ltl. li.
fine of the most unique of these of-.-p-f
i-h fc'...ter. was l-'cntcd In H'e
ntim'lwr .if women's shoes and -"p-
pcrs were, found, .indicating that Jhe ' .
Germans had women In their trench- I R R R H F 1 1 R.1 ATI P
es. Higher up in the woods was a'nU" UntUlilIIU
vegetatile farm, and overlounlng all. Is nirtllT nil
an nliservatory. which gave a sur-1 PAIN RIGHT OUT
t'nti fusion Shows llasto.
Everything was confirslon. T ni
forms, rifles, pots, dishes, books and I
all kinds of military paraphernalia
were heaped about everywhere, indi
cating that the Germans hud fled In
That tho Germans expected to oc
cupy this terrtory for a long time Is
ihown by tho character of their
trenches. In many cases, these were
of concrete and equipped with almost
as many conveniences as a dwelling
WIN T SI I I I It! i HI M K.I' IKX
Tin-: momf.nt voir urn -
WITH "HT. .lACOHS 1,1 .
What's rheumatism? l'aln only!
St.i) drugging! Not one case In
fifty requires internal treatment. Huh
the misery rluht away! Apply sooth
ing, penetrating "St. Jacobs, I.lnl-
i.ieni nii-ec.iv upon the ".,I,
hoU!e. Some of them had running ,.. ,, rp1(lf Clim i ,ni)lanMy s
.vaier. .e.t-o.o,i . .,,, Jccotls J. Ill nient
hi-uting stoves and piped drainage.
wiiihi.vim hits ni:wpoht,
i a harmless rhcii-
j mat Ism and s. latlca relief which nev
jer disappoints and can not burn or
'discolor the skin.
. lumber up! Get a small (rial bottle
Ifrom jour druggist, and In Just a mo.
Itiiildlngs Wrecked and Scattered mint you'll be fren from rheumnttic
Over al ll Mil Feet Wide. land sciatica pain, soreness, stiffness
.M-.wriiiti, ur., Nov. ay. j wiiui- ..u.i iwi-uiiik. lion i surfer! "St. .la-
cogs , Hlnlnii'iit" has relieved million
wind come in from the sea ediies
iV'V and twisted Its way acrosH ' one
corner of Newport, tearing up every
thlnr to It" "-feet-vlil,. p-Hji. TO"
. ..... .- , :"". i
of Ilieuinalisui sufferer Jn tim last
half century, and la Just as ((nod for
. -.--n ce....'.-'T. f,.r... t-fi k.