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DAILY EAST OREOONIAJT, PENDLETON, OREGON, TUESDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 28, 1920.
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Quality Merchandise at
:Z e cr ne l)Cst brands of apparel in America for your choosing at prices that are no higher, and in most cases much lower than many stores ask for Un
known, take-a-chance stuff. We give you the hest for the price, no matter what the price. It pays to trade at The Peoples Warehouse, Pcndleon's Greatest De
partment Store. The best in quality, the hest in price, the best in style, the best of service.
MODES THAT ARE QUAINT AND
: $ k r YOUTHFUL
Women will find a splen
did array of materials in
these Fashion displays for
Fall now at their height
Rich coatings and suitings
in smartest colorings
Chamoistyn, Evora, Suede
Tex, Velonde and many
others are now here.
Suits that are straight of
line. Shorter ' suits of
Sport type and suits with
These are being featured
in our Garment section,
where new arrivals have
made the assortment complete.
. ; . Prices That Are Consistent
;J with Quality
Careful purchases this Fall have- brought
to this store our banner showing of garments
for women. There is a wide range of prices
coats running from as low as $20 to the more
luxurious fur-trimmed models. Suits you
will find at $42.50 to $150.00, many made of
soft, velour-like fabrics, warmly lined for all
NEW DOWN AND WOOL
'.. COMFORTERS .
that are truly beautiful. Colors of brown,
blue, yellow, pink and lavender. Every one of
them is a real beauty. See them in our win
dow. ' .
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I Rummuse fr-7'. ..;'. ,TJ-1: .'.1 ) -Zl -t t k . ... J Solo r I
bale Ap-jr -we-j atr-Kjr f 'ff '' :i-J,Wi,; """ """
FEATURING THE BIG RUMMAGE SALE IN THE BARGAIN
, BASEMENT ... . '
This is the sale that offers you a wonderfully good opportunity to save on all your
wearing apparel for the whole family, and a good saving on many of your household
New items are added each day of this Popular Sale" in order that the daily shop
per may find a continued interest herein.
You'll like the excitement, the push, the jam, the : crowds, the
Bargains. . v ' : . ' '
Thousands of dollars worth' of good things await your careful se
lection in the Rummage Sale in the Bargain Basement. ' . .
T. P. W. PURE FOOD SHOP
In Our Model Sanitary Basement.
CLEANLINESS ECONOMY SERVICE
3 Main Line Phones, all 15.
All Other Depts. Call 22.
NEW PACK PEAS
We now have the new pack of Preferred
stock canned peas, the Tender Melting for 30c
and the Little Jewel for 40c.
Golden Age Macaroni, Spaghetti and Noodles,
10c the package. .
MEN'S BLUE SERGE SUITS
We are showing Hart Schaff ner & Marx
all-wool, hand tailored, blue serge suits in all
sizes, regular, stout long, long, stout, stubbs
and medium stouts, at the most remarkably
low price of ...... $65.00
MIRRORING THE NEW MODES
This showing we are making of Fall skirts
presents an opportunity that prevents any
possibility of choosing other than right. Every
fabric that is intended for stylish wear is rep
resented and as to the many styles, we could
go on describing indefinitely, but will content
ourselves with saying that they are exclusive
and equally as charming as the new Fall, suits.
$8.75 to $36.00
We've never shown a finer lot of men's ties
than we now have. All the new styles and pat
terns. Rich materials in a world of colorings.
Now is the time to select your Fall ties, $1.00
to $6.50.- , .
An Important AuiiQuuccjnciit!
.Women Who Wear ? '
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PHOENIX SILK HOSIERY
will welcome the announcement that the man
ufacturers of Phoenix Silk Hosiery have just
made reductions in the price of their products.
When other silk hosiery prices were so high,
PhQenix were 15 percent to 20 percent lower.T
Now they are the first to give better values at
lower prices. In line with our policy of giving
every one of our patrons the benefit of any
and all advantageous purchases we will offer
No. 365, brown, black and white silk, foot hose
at the pair $1.50
No. 368, brown, black and white full fashioned
silk, a wonderful quality, the pair, . . . $2.50,
We received by express yesterday, the largest
single shipment of
:.; ' NEW LACES y' 'V
That ever came into Pendleton.. , ..
Beautiful importations showing the rarest
designs of the lace makers art ' , - ,
Baby Irish, Venise, Chaf illy, Wide Valenci
ennes, Filet, Hand-Made Filet, Oriental Cluny
and Linen Torchons, pure white or cream in
bandings and edgings from the narrow , to
This is to be a lace season for afternoon and
evening dresses. Be sure to see the display in
our window. ' :i
SILK TRICOLETTE J
is unusually popular for blouses, many of them
are embroidered in the various colors with
yarn. We are showing colors of coral "and
white at the unusual low price, of the yd. $3.95
BOYS SUITS SPECIALLY PRICED AT $9.85.
It will pay you to see them before you buy.
no Feopios warenous
jj&L&g&fflid WHERE IT PAYS TO TRADE
Visit this store daily if you can. New goods
are arriving on every express.
COX AGAIN CHARGES
: BUYING UP OF PAPERS
. LJNCOUC. Neb., Sept. 28. (A. P.)
.' Charges of newspaper suppression
of campaign facta were made here yes
terday by Governor Cox of Ohio. He
t aaid that western newspapers had
been "bought up" and declared that
he would have to admit that there was
fi "deliberate and corrupt purpose to
.eep the facts from the, people."
' In thla connection lhe democratic
presidential candidate referred to al
leged contributions by "big business"
to the republican fund and also re
peated his charges that republican
agents were seeking to have republican
newspapers suppress democratic views
and hamper, his campaign.
Here in the home city of William J.
Bryan, the" governor re-stated his po
sition on prohibition, declaring it was
a "matter of law enforcement" and
not a campaign issue. He pledged
himself to enforcement of the consti
tution and the laws. He also repeat
ed his stand on the Irish question.
Once Was Kuotigli. .
. "This sword is very old," said the
curio dealer. "In fact, is more than
100 years old."
"Indeed," said the customer.
"Aye. It came from the battle of
Waterloo that was in the year 1815,
sir and there's an anecdote goes with
The custqmer listened patiently
while the old man recounted the
story. Then, at the conclusion, he ro
turned the sword to its owner.
"Thank you! That was very in
teresting and I quite enjoyed it," he
replied kindly. "Hut unfortunately
I bought the same anecdote once be.
fore with an old musket." Houston
Flubdub: A friend of mine who
a gravedigger. Edinburgh Scot
man. , .
He OiiKlit to Know.
Flubdub: There's always an o
ing for a good man.
Hardnppc: Huh! Who told
WILSON RECEIVES FIRST DELEGATION SINCE HIS ILLNESS
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ENTIRE CITY THREATENED
BY POLICE PLACARDS
DUBLIN, Sept. 28. UV P.) Po
lice placards threatening to burn coun
ty of Clare towns were plaatered
the city of Knnis today bearing an ul
timatum that the cities will bo de
stroyed, if Capt. Ienbrum, who disap
peared while in Kiikeu, ia not returned
unharmed within 24 hours. As a re
suit of one of the Dublin riots last
nfg'ht, seven soldiers and civilians
were sent to hospitals with revolver
wounds. Solrtlnrs rbarirpfl a. mnh.
threat of bayonets dispersing it. Mem
bers of the mob retaliated by firing
into the troops.
Citizens of Athenry in the county of
Galway, clad In night clothes were
forced to kneel in a roadway lasi
night until they promised to lift their
boycott against the police. Belfast,
the scene of rioting, was quiet last
night except for small outbreaks in
which stones flew broadcast.
Seven Are Wounded.
D ELF AST, Sept. 28. (A. P.)
Seven persons were wounded by revol
ver firing last night in renewal of ri
oting here. The military dispersed the
rioters with bayonet charges.
DOORS CLOSED ON
SIXTH BOSTON BANK
BOSTON'. Sept. 28. Bank Commis-
ioner Allen today took over the af
fairs of the Fidelity Trust Company.
This action marked the closing of the
ixth' banking Institution Jn the city
wnnin two months. .
'WASHINGTON Before adjournment of tha national convention bre of the Veteran of the
Foreign Vr, tbe officer, visited th White' House. They were received personally, by President
WlUon. It was the first delegation he had received since bis illness a year ago. The picture shows,
in the forejroand, Comnunder-tsk-Cbtef Captain Robert IS. Woodside rlght and former Com-snandar-tn-CKtef
Ksriine ift. Others la the photo are: Lieutenant F. B. Woods,, (extreme lert) .
Major J.i F.-Dyer, and, (eitresie rlpht). Captain . V.' P. Macbler. -The inset shows siam bsttl
u'i i cau -Meads. Hd. tut t!t WjlI arUB"t tsx JS bgaeCt at Hie jetKa
MOTOR TO PILOT BOCK. '
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Irake, Mrs. H. J.
I.avis and little James Drake, motor
ed to Pilot Jlock yeHterday to spend
the tiny as guests of Mr. . and Mrs.
Marvin Hoy. Mrs. Koy, who Is Mr.
lrake's niece, was formerly Miua Mil
turned today from Portland and are
residing in the Security apartments.
Their wedding was a recent event
and Mrs. MaoKenzie was formerly Miss
Helen Raymond. .Besides spending
some time in Portland, Dr. and Mrs.
MacKenzie have been on a motor tour
perts to study the material. '
FOUND IN NEVADA MINE substance ..' llt prZlVZ IZ
, . also a good polisher for diamonds,
' rubies and other precious stones, it
TON'OPAH. Nev.. Sept. 28.-Xew will also serve a. soap, being soritty
mineral substance, resembling asbes- it will cut urease ir i .,.i .1
I tos, has been found in an eight foot be fire proof. Although resembling
. . . , aHI,esios, it is saia to be too light for
Indtpated thetr Intention of sending eg- asbestos. - - ,.-.. " 1
The Kiddle's Eye
sparkle when you
serve Wheat Hearts
with cream. Full of
wealth of health.
-Flour maket mat-
Good baking no longer de
pends upon "knack". The
use of Flour and
a good recipe assures tasty
and pleasing results even to
beginners. Housewives of ex
pcrience proved ; it - long . ago.
Tfeaf another reason your
It comes in 10, 24 and
49 pound sacks.
RKTI'ftN' KTiOM WEDPIXO TRTP,
tr. and Mrs. 11. 8. WacKcnzIo - re-
mm L ft
Cup Cakes for
214 cupt (iikhsOMXC Flour,
(lifted before measuring).
2 teaspoons baking pow
H cup ahortcnlnc.
Two thirds cup milk.
H tearpoon mIl
Cream sugar and shortening
logrt her ; add mi Ik and eggs ;
add baking powder and alt
tw flaur. Bake in moderate)
; I I 2H teaspoons baking pow- 11 B