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DAILY EAST 0REQ0N1ANV PEKTDLETOH, OEEGON," FRIDAY EVENING. NOVEMBER B," 1920.
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In this period of readjustment The Peoples Warehouse wishes to meefcits responsibility in such a manner that the people of Pendleton and vicinity will
realize that we at all times desire to merit their confidence. Our success depends, as it always has, upon giving satisfaction both as to price and quality, and in
this transition perioij we are more than pleased to assume a large loss in order that our patrons may continue to have confidence in us. We will give you the
best for the price, no matter what the price. ' '. '
WE CALL THE ATTENTION OP THE KATIRMY
To these particular sections of our Fopular Barpaln Shop
wherein w otter yon Immlr-ils of dollars worth (yes, thous
ands of dollar worth) of used, serviceable, reasonable mer.
chandiso at prices. In many cases, even lower than offered In
the open, wholesale market.
Katimlaj- Shoppers Attention!
, IN' THE SHOE SECTION
Thousands of dollars worth of Bhoes of merit sacrificed In
price until you will say with enthusiasm 'Bargains!" Shoes
for men, shoes for women and no end of shoes for the chil
dren. Here Is a mere mention:
No. 112 Winter Work Shoes $4.29
No. S0 Mens J9.00 Drees Shoes ,; , S0.49
Hlg nins Children's Shoes $1.49
No. M-21 Women's Kid Shoes $4.98
, Pumps and Oxfords sacrificed.
Fell Slippers for the entire family.
Saturday Shoppers Attention I
SI ITS, COATS AND DRESSES
If you are trying to economise and if you wish to look well
dressed at the same time, we extend you the invitation, the
same as your neighbor to
VISIT THE HARGAIN BASEMENT
for therein you will find some values that will open wide your
yes and convince you that this IS a Saving Simp.
Every Suit a Bargain. Every Coat a Bargain. Every Dress
at Bargain. . ,
SMimlay Shoppers Attention!
IN THE CHILDREN'S SECTION
There Is no end to the Bargains in this most important sec
tion. There are bargains offered at prices th.it the careful
thorough merchant would call "Ridiculous" still, you call
for bargains, and bargains you must have. Here are a few
Children's Heavy $2.00 Caps . ... 49c
Children's Heavy $3.00 Sweaters , $1.69
Children's 13.60 Wool Dresses . J8.97
Children's f 1.15 Sleeping Garments 98o
Children's 2.35 Dresses $1.29
And there are hundreds of other cash savers.
Saturday Slionpers Attention !
IX THE KITCHEK WARE SECTION
worlds of bargains. In fact there are so many good bar
gains that you will become confused. Every one is a cash
saver because it ts a needed article at a very low price. Here
are a few of them.
Big Enamel $i.S5 Dish Pans . w, 89c
Large Double Turkey Roasters $2.89
1 qt. 5.10 Aluminum Kettles $2.98
$1.00 Earthen Tea Pots 69c
Large Aluminum-Dish Pans I $2.98
Tou will like every bargain in this section if you will but
pay it a visit.
Again we call your attention to WHY this busy simp is en
titled to the name "Bargain- Basement." It is because every
Kent contained herein is priced lower than elsewhere. Every
Item M 1ST be priced lower, otherwise the Bargain Basement
would resolve itself into a regular shop.
LOOK THROIGHOIT THE BASEMENT FOR THESE
Boys' Heavy Overcoats $5.85
Heavy Full Width Double Blankets $3.87
Biggest Box Hair Pine 5c
Women's Good Black Hose &9c
11.15 Pure Wool Tarn 79c
Mens $1.15 and J1.60 Silk Ties 49c
S Bushels of Dolls, each 39c
Men's Dark Kerchiefs Be
Aluminum Drinking Cups ." , 19c
Children's 12.00 Winter Hats , 49c
Big 14.35 Aluminum Pots !. $2.98
Men's Heavy Wool Sox , . . . 49c
Fine Crib Blankets $1.29
PppH! Tablet. 7 for 25c
' Grab Bags, $1.00 for ; 38c
Kindergarten Scissors . 20c
Luc ill avy Outing 35c
Steamers, Heavy Tin 69c and 79c
Many new bargains not mentioned herein will await the
careful shopper for Saturday. TXS1T THE BARGAIN BASE
MENT AND SAVE.
Cfeau-Ip Safe r
EVERY WOMAN'S SUIT IN OUR ENTIRE 1
STOCK IS GREATLY REDUCED.
.Velvets, Serges, Tricotines, Etc.
$75.00 SUITS REDUCED TO 1
It's Sweater Weather Now
For you and you and you and' YOU men's
and boys'. There's a sweater here in just the
style, the weight and color harmony you wish
for. Jerseys, Rufneks, Coat Styles Slipovers,
Office Coats, Light, Medium and Heavy. The
greatest stock in Pendleton, and , all priced
right. , ; ;! - - ' .' V ,"
Buy Your Winter "Underwear. Now
. Mi Man. there's no time like the Dresent to
prepare for the cold weather that's ,sure to
come it s just around tne corner now, .-uuy
now before the sizes are broken, before some
one else has taken what would have been'your
choice. Our stock is now most -convplete.
Every style, every weight, every size. Every
garment is greatly reduced in price.
Wo nrp spllintr arrenta for the celebrated
Lewis Union Suits. They're perfectly tailor-
A wnnrforful fitters. ' .
And all others are reducqd I
accordingly, sizes' range
from 16. to '43.
Now is Your Chance to f
Buy and Save 1
Come early while the assort-
ment is complete.
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Colored Handkerchief Linens
are having the call for making up dainty
Christmas gifts. Colors are pink, blue, rose,
lavender. Thread drawn squares 12' inches,
each 50c, or 1-3 yard, containing 3 sqrs. $1.50
New effective designs in rich colorings, just
right size for a bothrobe, each $7.50
Your Thanksgiving Tahiti' Linens
tn,iv he nurchased here this Week lit a re
is means Patterns Clothes of
Pure Linen; Napkin,; Mercerized Pattern
Cloth; Mercerized Table UamasK; all intms
sale at 1U l'UK lkint i-jis.
T. P. W. PURE FOOD SHOP
In Our Model Sanitary Basement
CLEANLINESS ECONOMY SERVICE
3 Main Line Phones, all 15.
All Other Depts. 22.
Jones' Dairy Farm Little Link Sausages are
made from pure choice young pigs and pure
spices. Try a pound for your Sunday morning
breakfast. Price ; . 60c
Just a little better than any other sausage
the very best quality made, extra long, 2 1-4
yards wide by 2 3-4 yards long, very special,
each 2 fli
Pequot Pillow Cases
46x36 inches at the special price each.
Dark or light colors, your choice, yard. . . 28c
High Grade Percales, dark or light colors,
36 inch, the yard , 33c
Silk Chiffon Velvet '
Black, gray and navy blue, 40 inches wide,
very fir.e quality, the yard. Special. . . $9.85
Turknit Towel Sets for Xmas Gifts
Comprise one regular size Turkish towel, one
guest towel, one wash rag. Entire set.. $2.00
Standard Dress Ginghams
Plaids, check and stripes, regular 45c grades,
special on sale, the yard 35c
Take Advantage of This Bedspread
Marseilles and crochet bedspreads large
sizes or single bed size, scalloped or plain
hem, a tremendous lot of them at a discount
of 10 per cent ' "
$5.00 Bedspreads for i . . $4.50
$6.00 Bedspreads for $3.40
$7.00 Bedspreads for . .v: . $6.30
$10.00 Bedspreads for $9.00
Have You Thought of Rag Rugs
As a possible Christmas gift? We've just re
ceived a good selection of colors and sizes in
high grade rag rugs, colors of rose, blue,
green and tan. They are all high grade in
every respect. Priced from. . $2.25 to $5.00
Corduroys for Dressing Gowns
make ideal Christmas gifts, colors are coral,
blue, saphire, etc., per yard $2.25
Large Cotton Sheet Blankets.
Colors of white, tan and gray, full double bed
size, an extra good Nashua quality." Special
the pair 1 $3.93
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MEN'S SUITS AND OVERCOATS
That means you can save from $10 to $25 on a
suit by buying now.
G2ATEST SaAKtftfKX g3
i where it pays to trade n: J
BOYS' SUITS SPECIALLY PRICED
Values up to $16.50, specially priced at $9.85
They're wonderful values too. : V
FIRST BrSINESS HOl'SB
(Contlnuea from page l.
precinct numberg are: 32, Mrs. Kess-
"Pape's Diapepsin" in
stantly Ends Indiges
tion, Sourness, Stom
Are lumps of undigested food caus
ing you pain? Is your stomach acid,
Kassy, sour or have you flatulence
heartburn? Then take Tape's Diapepsin.
Just as soon as you eat a tablet or
two of Tape's Diapepsin all that dys
pepsia, Indigestion and stomach dis
tress caused by acidity ends. Thesr
Pleasant, harmless tablets' of Tape's
Diapepsin never fall to mike sick up
set stomachs feel fin at once, and
they cost very little at drug stores.
er; 33, Mrs. Thomajj Hampton; 34,
Mrs. Nortorne Berkeley; 35, Mrs. Ru
dolph Tannler; 36, Mrs. H. E. Bick
?rs; 38, Mrs. Claude Penland; 39, Dr.
hlla, Terpening; 40, Mrs. John L.
Vsu?han; 41, Mrs. Myers; 42, Mrs,
'.Viliiam Dunn; 43, Mrs. 1 L. Rogers',
!i, Mrs. H. W. Dickson.
Rifth Chairman Named
Kifth, precenct 45, will be in charge
of Mrs. William Clarke; State Ho-'-
Mrs. Wbtofle; St. Anthony's
hospital, the Sisters; Riverside, Mrs.
Clara Porter Smith; Holdman, Georce
inuiaa leservation, Rev. J. M.
Cornelison; colored citizens, Rev. L. h.
Anderson; Lincoln School, Miss Delia
Rnsh; Hawthorne school, Mrs. Ger
trude Nash; Washington School, Miss
Delia fhaw; Field school, Miss Neva
Lane; high school, Mrs. Charles Bon
ncy; McKay, Mrs. Constance Isaacs.
Mlsa Snyder in Charge
Miss Tess Rnyder is chairman of
solicitation of memberships on the
street, Mrs. Fred Donert is publicity
chairman and C. K. Cranston Is coun
ty eha'rman. Mr. Cranston and Mrs.
Roy naiey left today for the north end
of the county where they will spend
the day In the Interests of the cam
paign. Miss Virginia Totld, secretary
of the Red Cross, spokp at the Wom
an's Club yesterday. She spoke this
afternoon at the Delphian club and
she will speak tonight at the Riverside.
K. of C. Kndorsemont
The endorsement of the Red Cross
Roll Call by the Knigghts of Colum
bus, signed by V. Stroble, grand
knight, and W. E. O'Rourke, financial
secretary, it as follows:
Th Pendleton Council of the
Knights of Columbus is heartily In ac-
I cord with the work, of the Red Cross
and desires to express unqualified en
dorsement In the campaign of the Red
Cross for funds necessary to carry on
We strongly urge all of our members
and friends to enroll themselves wtth
the Red Cross and respond freely and
generously whenever called upon for
(Continued from pag I.)
Interest in Japan, but the California
question was the big subject of dis
cussion in editorial columns.
The Kukumln wus a paper which
saw clouds ahead. It declared the ac
tion of California contains seed for1
an armed conflict and predicted that
further moves to deprive American
born Japanese of American . citizen
ship would follow. The Yorodzu de
clared the California vote "heralds
the advent of a most dreadful storm."
Marquis Okuma attributed the vote
more to English-Irish immigration
than to Amerjoan-born Japanese citizens.
' Slay Lodge Protest. ,
TOKIO, Nov. 6. (A. I'. When
confirmation has been received that
California, voted In favor of the land
law, Japan will lodge a protest In
Washington pointing out that the
measure conflicts with Japanese trea
ty rights, says the Yoruiu Choho to.
day, quoting a foreign office official.
Forma negotiations will follow for
agreement removing the cause of the
Dr. David B. Hill
Pendleton, Oregon '
SYRACUSE AND PITT BATTLE TO STANDSTILL
Look Us Up f
Picture thowi Dane, stir ranh V-'f ?. 'arrymj ?:iu ball In tim-lem ran "nr.ug Syrncuse-Plttibnrg game at grracnm Octo
eer if. Th SyracuM linemen are iwlnH.in i.-'o'sei'", i in An eforl to tack to KuvU. Etn'tne lett ohowi .sbott. Syracuse back skirt
lag aciimmag heap to pick off the Panther nine. i-.in ca;. li t teamaa'es fail to loi niia. Tha game was played In a downpour of rain
and tha acore ended In a 7 to 1 t'.a. Taeae two team are r&tcd as til two lUoogcsl grid machlnet In Uie ast this rear but the resnii J
tselr meeting tUd to decide tse Bpretcacjr of either. . ' " 9
The Table Supply will have for your selection an
abundance of goodies for tomorrow. Fruits and
fh?Sel ?m eVvF arket U S' lnPCcted Meats
of the highest quality, Oysters, CrabsSalmon, Hali
but, etc., nice Springs and Fat Hens, i
' If it is a clean, sanitary market in which you wish
to secure your table supplies, you cannot afford to
overlook this better store.
I "The Table SuddIv"
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CHAS. D. DESPAIN & CHAS. W. GOODYEAR