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DAILY EAST OKEQOyiAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, FRIDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 1, 1020.
THERE If AS NEVER BEEN A TBIE WHEN WE COULD GIVE YOU BETTER VALUES THAN RIGHT NOW. Our policy of always giving you the
best for the price, no matter what the price, means that we are watching the markets everv hour so'that we mav be able to meet every decline or pick up any
Miderpriced bargain that can mean a saving to you.- THIS STORE IS HERE TO SERVE YOU TO ITS UTMOST LIMIT. .Visit it often and share in the
I good things it offers.
BOYS' SUITS AT $9.85
A SHOWING OF RICH LOOKING ,
FURS FOR FALL
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We have selected from our im
mense stock of boys clothes Eighty
Six Boys Suits, ranging in sizes from
6 to 16 years, good fall weights, extra
good makes and values that were ori
ginally priced from $12.50 to 318.00.
Don't overlook these - wonderful
You can't afford to. We couldn't possibly
go into the market and replace these garments
at near the price we are of fering them to you.
Come early "before the sizes are broken.
PHOENIX SILK HOSE
No. 365 in colors of brown, black and white
at the reduced price, per pair . $1.50
THE NEW WOOL HOSE
for women is proving very popular, plain and
drop stitch styles in colors of brown, green,
etc., the pair $2.00 to $4.25
r, 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.
FOR SATURDAY'S SHOPPERS
We will have exerything obtainable in Fresh
Fruits and Vegetables.
Green Corn, Green Peppers, Celery,. Cauli
flower, Tomatoes, Squash, Pumpkin, Egg
Plant, Lettuce, Brussel Sprouts, Cabbage,
Sweet Potatoes, Beets, Carrots, Green Beans,
Cucumbers, Huckleberries, Grapes, Peaches,
Pears, Apples, Cranberries, Bananas, Oranges
Ground Cherries, etc. .
Mr. Farmer, bring us your Butter and Eggs.
We pay the highest market price.-
" '"-OFFERINGS OF THE BIG RUMMAGE SALE
Here is but a suggestion of the good things you will find in this Saving-Sale.
You'll be surprised to learn of the great sav
ings td be effected in this best of all Bargain
Shops.'' You'll be able to say that there is one
low price shop in this big city.' You'll agree
with us when we say that the catalogue hous
es are left fac in the rear, in the race of com
petition. Here Are Some of the Good Things:
CHILDREN'S ELK HIDE SHOES $3.49
One big bin full, sizes 8y2 to 11. Every pair
worth much more.
LITTLE KIDLET'S SHOES
Sizes 2 to
All black kid button shoes $1.49
Button kid, tan color $1.98
Fine soft kid child's shoe $1.49
Black kid button '. . $1.69
Brown kid, white top $1.89
Genuine E. C. Scuff ers $2.79
. .. CLOSING OUT BABY DOLL PUMPS
Every pair in the Basement $1.49
, Sizes 5Y to 8
Child's gun metal button $1.59
Fine kid, patent tip ....... . $1.49
Soft calf button , $1.59
All fat ankle shoes $1.98
$4.00 fine dress shoes . . . , , $2.98
ANOTHER DOLLAR REDUCTION
The dresses and coats on the automatic re
duction rack have" gone down another dollar
they reduce one dollar each day. Better
ALL SANDALS AT COST
And then another reduction made from that.
A dandy little child's shoe $1.49
JCiddies fine red kid top $2.98
Fine kid, white top . . ; $2.98
Genuine E. C. scuff ers . ..... $2.78
SMALLER CHILDREN'S SHOES $1.49
A big lot of shoes at this price.
Sizes 8V to 11
Strong wear school shoes
Gun metal English
"Soft black calf
Peters high grade shoes .....
The finest black kid shoes
Genuine E. C. Scuffers
BIG KIDLETS SHOES .
V Sizes 11 to 2 .
"School Chum" for school wear $2.79
Walton "all leather school shoes $2.98
Brown calf English $4.39
High grade calf , $5.79
Finest black kid $5.79
Strong wear school shoes $2.48
The Rummage Sale That Spells Economy
BARGAINS IN YARD GOODS
Hurrah, for the big store that has nerve enough to Bay,
"Come Rummage In Our Yard Goods." Hurruh for the
Bargain Basement, for there's where everybody can Rum
mage in the
PERCALES. GINGHAMS. CHAU.lES, DAMASKS, PIU-OW
TUBING, OUTINGS, S1LKOI.1NKS, Ml'SUNS. CRETON
NES AND DOZENS OF OTHEK KINDS OP GOODS.
1iirinjet the Tttimm&Kc Salo
S9e HKAVY OtTIMJ -39c
In a quality that readily Belle for 60c 'limit 20 yard. Not"
the flimsy kind that 1b offered in the no-called cheap utorea.
During this sale, after you have bought your winter's sup
ply, you will do your neighbor a Rood kindness if you will
make known the good things to her. .Every Item Will he a
THE BIO SAIjE OF REMNANTS
It wouldn't be a real Rummage Bale if we left . out the
Remnants so we'ro going to pile otit great stoclfs of them
. You can then Itunintnge to your heart's content. I'rices? Wo
should worry. " ,
ATTEND THIS BIG SALE. THERE ARE THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS WORTH OF
GOOD THINGS AWAITING YOU.
You will surely make your selection from
our display right now if you are intending a
selection for wear his fall and winter. Richer
looking furs than we have to present would
be a difficult task indeed to find.' The assem
blage includes all styles and all pelts and
prices as economical as these are conspicuous
everywhere on every representative creation.,
SCARF . $35.00 to $200.00
COATS AND CAPES .$63.00 to $400.00
INFANTS' WHITE SILK HOSE .
and silk and wool hose, the pair. . . ; , . . $19
WOMEN'S CAPE GLOVES AND
KID GLOVES SPECIAL AT
Colors of tan, brown and white. A saving
of 50c to $1.00 pair. -. ,' ,y
"DAISY" WHITE OUTING
FLANNEL - :
Extra heavy fleece and special weight " of
standard quality. Regular price 50c yard, on
sale tomorrow, the yard 39c
Butterick Patterns and Fashion Publica
tions for October now here. -
THE DELINEATOR FOR OCTO
BER IS HERE. .
Please call for yfiur copy. . , ., t ,
SPECIAL SALE OF GEORGETTE
An excellent quality in the best'and wanted
colors. A quality that you have been paying
$2.25 to $3.00 for. On special sale, yard $1.49
A Wonderful Assortment of Boys' Suits Re
duced to $9.85.. Former values up to $16.50.
f ' PEKHXX0N3 OEEtfTEST DEPARTMENT ffTQSK
.xL-VUi2!2iy whepf n- pays to TRApg M!f&T?m7,
Men's Blue Serge Suits at $65.00.- Hart Cchaf f
. ner & Marx make. Wonderful values. .
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LOSS OF VETERANS IS
BLOW TO OREGON EM
- UNIVERSITY OP OREGON, Eu
gene, Oct. 1. With about two week"
hard practice behind them the univer
Hy football (quad In getting In good
nape for a hard Reason. "Shy" Hunt
taftoa, bead coach, la neither optimia
tic nor dubious In speaking of this
seawn'e chances. He is urging stu-
. w- .Aum noVM h.
fore. Until more practice i done he (and lower Missouri valley - day.
.Ill make no statement concerning iBht frosts ocenrred as far south as
that he and Senator Hiram Johnson
were preparing to submit questions to
Harding asking him to define more
clearly his view on the league of na
tions was news to him. '
HEAVY, KILLING FROSTS
VISIT MIDDLE WEST
"WASHINGTON, Oct. I. (A- P.)
Heavy, killing: froKU are reported in
the upper Michigan, upper MUHUwippt
en by an executive without tegard to
his personal approval or disapproval
of the law, he said. Harding declared
for the protection of -motherhood, a
living wag's for working women, and
adequate labor supply for farms to re
lieve women from work in the fields.
assistant secretary of labor, for obstructing-
enforcement of the alien de
SEATTLE POLICE CHIEF
PROTESTS GINGEFf SALE
a statement today said prior proceed
ings in the state court Is immaterial
to a subsequent prosecution In tho
the team"a chances.
" The loss of mighty Bill Bteers and
the probable loss of -Hkeet' Ma ner -ude
Is a hard blow to the team. The
graduation of a number of good men
has also had a depressing effect upon
(he maches. Anderson, right end;
Ken Martlett. tackle: Huntington In
-I He back field, and "Has" Williams,
ausrd, are all cut this jear, having
Arkansas and Northern Alabama,
HE WOULD KEP LAW!
MARION. Oct. 1. A. P. i
ri.. M.k. imnir r.'v k forcFntoit of prohibition was com.
bff and although school has hardly 'mended without -qualification" by
tailed mm-h intereM ls. being shown -Senator Harding in a front porch
in the activities of the football squad. speech to gathering of women here
..i rw lmu:n IU I The nominee proposed the estab-
WAeMINXiTON 1. A. K liphment of a 'department of public CLEVELAND. Oct. 1. The new
lienator Horah todav declined to dis- 'welfare." adding that In his opinion lexecutive committee of the American
rum reports that after nest week he J law enforcement was one of the im- legion appointed at their closing ses
wouid make no more rampalcn portnnt requisites to social progress, lslon yesterday in a resolution, recom
epeecnes. lie said published reports (Enforcement of Jaw must be undertak-mended the dismissal of Ixmia f. Post,
CHICAGO, Oct. 1. Heturn of all
commodities to normal prices Is indi
cated In record crops throughout the
United States. Joseph Griffin, former
president of the Chicago board of
trade, today declared. Food prices
have declined 25 per cent in the last
month, wholesale grocers . declared
"Nothing can stop thd declines until a
level to reached approximating nor
mal,' they said. .
SBATTLES, Oct. 1. (A. P.) In
communication to the city council.
Chief of Police W. HI Bearing has re
queued tho passage of an ordinance
prohibiting the sale of Jamaica ginger
in the city. The letter was the result
of a report submitted to the chief y
Donald A. McMonald. federal prohi
bition offlcei1, that certain Heattle drug
stores are selling large quantities of
the ginger. -Chief Hearing called at
tention of the council to the fitct that
the sale of the- ginger Is in no way
regulated by city ordinance at present,
Ihuice 8 Times Willi Prince
MBLBOURNE, Autralla. Oct. 1.
(A. P.) Miss Gertrude Courtney Dte
is probably the most talked of younR
woman in Melbourne.' Up to June i
RUSSIAN DELEGATE IS '
TOLD TO MAKE PEACE
PARIS, Octt. 1. (A. P.) A dis
patch to the Havas agency from War-
she had danced eight times with the Mlw tty" Aaolun "l- nead of th
1'rinco ,f Wain. ' a . .h !,. ...i Kusslnn soviet delctiatiun in tho peace
Government House ball, soon ofter the l"'"""1'"'""" Itlga, has received in
Prlnce reached Melbourne, he selected "'ructions tram Moscow to accept all
int iuiiiii iimia miu uuwii uy ruianu lor.
peace, however hard they may be, ex
cepting only those compelling soviet
Russia to partially or totally disarm
her red army.
her as a dancing partner, unaided and
without Introduction. Miss Dlx Is tho
daughter of a piibllo accountant. She
came out two years ago.
.WOULD OUST POST
LAW'S DOUBLE GRASP,
WHITE HOUSE SHEEP
ARB ROUNDED UP FOR
TRIP BACK TO FARM
SBATTU-J, Oct. 1. A. P.)
Hearing of eight cases against alleged
violators of the liquor laws In federal
court here, has brought up the ques
tion whether an offender already pun
ished In the state court is liable to
another trial In the U. 8. courts for
violation of the Volstead act. accord
ing to t'nlted States Illstrlet Attorney
Robert C. Saunders. Mr. Saunders, in
- WASHINGTON, Sept. if. (A.
WASHINGTON, Oct. 1. (A.
House flock of 'sheep were
rounded tip yesterday prepara
tory to shipment back to the
farm where they were born.
Rome already had -been disposed
of, but the bulk of the flock, by
FIGHTING MATERIAL IS
DUMPED INTO THE OCEAN
Planes long before flying maehlnea
were Invented, according to native
On a cliff at Tuiarupu In Tahiti
there is a projecting rock marked
round about with 'deep worn grooves.
This point In on the peninsular separ
ate from the main Island by a wide
buy, Mere, It la said, the old natlvoa
were accustomed, when the wind was
In the right direction, to fly enormous
kites, attaching the rones to the nrn.
Jectlng rock, kites largo enough to
support a man and often on favorable
days a man would, by using the klto
as an airplane anil then as a narchuto.
accomplish safely the journey across
honol.i;mj t. h., oct. 1. (. p.
Forty tons of condemned hand gre
nades, premer caps and other defec
tive ordance material belonging to the
Hawaiian department of the army
were taken out to sea and dumped
overboard recently. During the wnr
regular prat ire In hand grensd
throwing was held here, but since the
President Wilson's orders, was larmlstlce this class of Instruction has
returned to Wm. Woodward, at ! rallcn orr. As the grenades will not
Hclald, Md., who sent the sheep I keep indefinitely and are dangerous,
to the White House during the Ithey were duped Into the sea.
war days when the lawns needed
trimming and wool was In rte -
I'sed KJtes As Airplanes
PAPBBTE. Tnhltl, Oct. I. (A. PI
Tahiti natives used big kites for air-
ELEVATOR BOY, DENIED'
WAGE RISE, SETS FOUR
BLAZES IN BUILDING
ST. LOUIS, Sept. SO. TA. P.)- E.
H. Frahm, if years bid, yesterday
confessed, according to polltfe, that In
tho last li months he started four
fires in the Victoria building here,
where ho was employed as an elevator .
jperalor, because the owner refused to
Increase his wngea of. 17(1 a month.
Damage caused by the fires aggregate
ed ) 100.000, It Was said. --
QflNCT, Cal., Oct.- 1. (A. l)--A'
yellow pine tree cut near here recent"
ly. was said by woodsmen to be IEI
yesrs old. The tree yielded 12, MO
boflrrt feet. A narrow sertlnti wns
shipped. In Washington, 1. c. for ex
hibition In the Bureau of forestry.