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,. . ... . SATUHDAY, EVENING, OCTOBER SO, 1020.
SIXTEEN AG23 "
,Wc are doing all in our power to lower the cost of living. .Price reductions have been made in every department that in many eases bring articles back to pre
war prices. You positively can trade here with every assurance that whatever you buy will be the best for the price, no matter what the price.
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LOWER PRICED CLOTHES FOR
There are only two ways to make lower
prices on clothes either, lower the quality
. standards or take less than a normal profit on
fine goods. We wont sell cheap quality so
we've lowered prices on Hart Schaffner &
Marx fine suits and overcoats.
You get your money back if you're' not sat
isfied. .. ," : , . . . :. '
THE KENILWORTH GIFT SHOP
is offering many attractive items suitable for
Christmas gifts. Better shop early and get
We have a good
a s s o rtment of
shoes j in black
and brown kid
and calf, they are
gracefulness o f
'form:., with deft
touches of style.
Mothers and dau
ghters will both
be eager to ob
tain shoes of such
Girls' Brown Calf Shoes, heavy soles, imita
tion tips, low heels. Price. . . . $6.50 to $9.50
Girls' Black Calf and Kid Shoes, heavy soles,
low heels. Price $6.00 to $9.50
If your feet ache and pain, if you have cal
louses, if your feet tire easily, if you have fal
len or broken arches, call at our shofe depart
ment, we have graduate specialists to serve
Pendleton's Most Popular Bargain Shop is
preparing a big lot of Cash Saving Bargains
for Saturday's shoppers.
Meet your neighbors here.
Don't have somebody else show YOU the
good bargains that they bought here, but
"YOU Show 'Em." .
WOMEN WHO LIKE TO CHOOSE
WITH CARE 1 -
take pleasure in selecting Carter's Knit Un
derwear. Every woman of good taste is sure
to wear Carter's if she has ever asked to see
it and has examined the beautiful texture and
noted -the supreme fitting qualities, the pro
tection and comfort it gives, and the nicety
with which every detail is finished.
Ask to see Carter's Knit Underwear.
. Union Suits for women or children in every
wanted.style and weight, wool, cotton or silk
and wool. Ask to see them on the balcony.
PURE SILK MESSALINES
. 36 inches wide in colors of dark brown, navy
copen, green, purple, black, white, in fact ail
colors, have been selling at $3.00 yard. Priced
now, .the yard $1.95
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At prices that are most
Two big special lots.
Lot 1 Includes values up
Sale Price ...... $28.75
Lot 2 Includes values up
Sale Price $48.50
$80.00 Suits Reduced to
All others are reduced ac
cordingly, both fancy
trimmed and tailored
styles. There's a suit to
fit every woman.
MANY DAINTY XMAS GIFTS
may be made from these SILK CREPE DE
CHINES. They are 40 inches wide and come
in all the desired colors for lingerie, such a3
pink, white and dark shades. Priced extreme
ly low at, the yard $1.59
THE PICTORIAL REVIEW AND
THE BUTTERICK PATTERNS
for November showing the latest winter
styles are on sale in the Pattern Dept. on the
balcony. , .
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iVOOL COATLNGS in this season's best sell
ing shades such as browns, blues, beaver, rein
deer, etc., shown in a comprehensive range of
prices from ... j ........... v. , r . $4.00 to $7.50
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J WHERE IT PAYS TO TRADE I
BLACK COSTUME VELVET, 45 inches
wide, a beautiful soft, lustrous quality for coats,
dresses, etc. Offered at the special price of the
yard . .., $6.85:,
at-' t y -??;y
HU RCH E S
"Be Thou Xigh," by Bailey in the
evening service, besides these there
will be special musical numbers by
the chorus choir. We invite you to
our services which are not lone and
which we hope are in a measure help
Announcements ror this depart
ment ma be sabmUted to the
" Km Orexonlaa not kite Ibma ,
, ; J'ridr evening in order toieM"
- cured of publication OB Saturday.
, , " . Ludtcran
;'. tkrman Lutheran services will lie
held Sunday at 2. o'clock In the
Christian Church. Rev. Blasburs, pas
tor... . (. '
Ilrst Christian Cbureh , ,
Robert Lee Bussabarger, Minister,
residence 104 Jackson, phone 565.
The Bible school will assemble at
9:45 a m., H. H. DeHart, supt. We
expect Elder C. M. Hoguo to be back
from the National Convention to taKe
up his duties as teacher of the men's
"class, Sunday. Let us greet him with
a full attendance. Communion and
frmon at 1 1 a. m., subject "The Na
ture of Sin." The Junior Church will
niurch f -li (ffcrist of JUer Vay
miuts (or Mormons.)
Services held at Moose hall. Priest
hood meetings, : and 1:20; Sunday
Whool. 10:30 and 12;0U; Evening meet
ings. 7:30. Conducted by Eiders H. C.
Murdoc, O. L Gale and Supt. H. KJrhy.
WHAT KINDNESS' WILL DO
LONDON B. iC Calthrop, to Trr
ahown wltil i "MsrBegorPT." tls
Arabian, boiatr. taking teatwtUi
him. ' "Tula," he say, "to what
Undoes win do." Caltbrop ii au
thor of "The Bone af a Comrade
eM Friend." '
Una M. E. 1iun-h
!1 Corner East Webb and -Johnson
s(nets. John H. Secor, minister.
"Morning services Sunday school, 10
a. in., morning sermon, 11 a. m. The
morning sormon will, be preached by
Mishop W. O. Phepard of Portland,
Evening services Epworth Lease,
p. m. Kveuing sermon, 7:3! P-
ubiect. "Jesus, The Christ.
.-rnion by the pastor. Mid
wtfk aervloea, Wednesday, 7:30 p. m.
A special and Interesting program.
First IVj-KbyUTlsn Chowh
Corner College and Alta streets. .
L. ctark, pastor, aesidelice 5 K.
Alts. Phhon Ml. '
8l)bth school at 10:00 - m-. C.
Ftmk. Kupt. Trained teachers, clsssl
fltd and graded classes, good music.
gvrmon 11:00 a. m.. "The iuiemenw .
K. Devotlonals :45 P. .
k4., Prohibition Kftec-
germon, 7:30 p. ro., 'The Pat-
our male quartette win m
"I it 'The. lrt'': ..hfield- in -the
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also meet at the above hour In the
basement. Christian Endeavor will be
held at 6:30 p. m., Jabin Vaught, pres
ldent. Sermon, "The Greatest Thing
In the World," at 7:30 p. m. We are
delighted at the Increased attendance
upon the evening worship, which was
so noticeable last Sunday night. To
all church goers, we offer an evening
of praise and song under the direction
of Joseph N. Hcott, leader of the choir
and McDanald's Orchestra, of rare
merit. You arc welcome to the church
with the friendly spirit.
First fhiirrh nf Chi iHt. ffeientists.
holds services at 813 1-2 Main street.
(First stairway north of the Inland
TilmnirA Kanlc.1 Kundav services are
at 11 a. m. and at 8 p. m. The sub
ject of the lesson-sermon for Sunday
October 31st., is, "Everlasting Punishr
ment." . Sunday school starts at 10 a.
A Wednesday evening meeting which
Includes testimonials of healing, is
held at 8 o'clock. The reading room
which is maintained at the same ad
dress is open to the public dally from
q a m. in A n. m.. where the Bible
and authorized Christian Science liter-
ahture may be read, borrowed of purchased.
pal election on Tuesday. A cordial In
vitation is extended the public to Join
with us in these services.
,.J. T. LaUose, pastor. Kegulnr ser
vices for Sunday Oct. 31. Sunday
school at 10:00 a. m. There is a class
and a place to suit your needs here,
come and find it and we will all enjoy
the lesson together. Morning service
at 11:00 a, m. The pastor will speak
on "The Weapons of our Warfare."
This will be an interesting and Instruc
tive hour for all. Evening service at
7:30 p. m. The evening subject will
Bo "iore Than Conquerors." Prayer
meeting Thursday at 7:30 p. m. We
are taklni up the study of the Ten
Commandments, nil who can Join In
with us In the study ot The World. We
v.'ill study the Second Commandment
net j nujHday. Everybody welcome.
Jtcv. w. ll. Cox, pastor. Residence
575 Bush street, phone 117.
Sunday morning Sunday school
Mr. p. M. Kiley, Supt., 9:45. Preach,
ing service, 11:00, subject ""The. Two
Sunday night 15. y. P V., Mr. C.
Daly, president, 6:30. Come and bring
another young person. Something do
ine all the time. Preaching service
7:30, subject, "The Lost Christ."
there is a hearty welcome. Father
WEE-EST RIDERS IN THE WORLD
Salvation Army, 208 Kast Alia Street
Morning knee drill at 7 a. m. non
, muiini at ii a. m. Sunday
a h.i t i.an n. m.& Young neoples
meeting at 6:30 p. m. ' Salvation rally
at I;. in. Come and get ngnt wnn
Oud. Everybody invited.
tinrcll of the Iledccmcr
Rew. Alfred Lockwood, rector. 8 a.
in. Holy Communion. :i5 nunaay
Khn,,i. 11:00 a. m.. morning prayer
and sermon. 7:30 p. m. evening pray
nnd iprmnn. . '
We shall observe the festival of all
faints" at the morning service. This
beautiful service is meant especially
for those who need comfort tn thoir
sorrow and wish an answer as to the
dwelling place of those dear ones
whom '"they have loved long since and
lost awhile." In the evening the rec
tor will preach on city government
with espxcial referent? fo the muiiicli.
1'ring that child to Sunday school at
the morning hour. Rev. Cox Is giving
a ten minute talk to children. .
Klwr Dntuiiul Is Wraliei
Khwp Active to 250 Vp. -
KANSAS CITr Oct! aOC,,ui- o.
300; beef steers dull; steady to weak;
tops 12.60: all other rlun n...n.
Isteady; good medium weght. Calves
strong; good cows, 88.50; most vealers
iz.0l3.00; Texas feeder steers.
Bhcep 1,000; activeiNio Westerns tt.
fered; native classes steady' to IBe
higher; fat lambs 12.25: feedars
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Two of the smallest jockeys, who ere accepting mounts at th
Latonta running races this fall at Cincinnati, are Edward Seobla eg
Cincinnati, and Saunders MitcTieU of Alberta, Canada. Sobie:weleJa
7 poundajBd Mitchell ty...:,.:--':'- -J-T!-"'
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(;riiln juid l'eeds steady
At Market on Sound
SEATTLE. Oct so. ru Un'iu,!
Steady. Feed Scratch feed 77 per
ton; feed wheat 179; all grain chop
862; oats 857. RProutlnir nnro a-zill.
ed oats 850; whole corn 858; cracked
"n o; rouoa barley 860; clipped
Hay Alfalfa i?a m. t..-.
compres..d alfulfa-8.15; ditto 'tomotly
840; caslern Washington mixed 826.
i Makes Food
Creates an appetl aids digestion,
purifies the blood, and thus rellevea
crofula, catarrh, the pains aud
aches of rheumatism o:id gives
strength to the whols
Nearly SO years' phenomenal sales
tell the story of the great merit and
success of Hood's Sarsaparilla. It
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