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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, f ESDLETON, OREGON, TUESDAY EyENINO, NOVEMBER 9, 1920.,
WHITHER AWAY WITH. TRILLION
- YARDS OF TINSEL THAT WERE
FLAUNTED ON MILADYS COAT
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(Written for the I'nited Tress)
SKW VOKK, Nov. . Wither away
with nil the trillion years of tinsel.
snentHlllc threads, bends, appliques,
stencils, end fcwgawi of every sort
tl.Bt have been flaunted upon Milady
oilt ai.d eosit these past few months?
It is h cnrlou fact that from the day
th first New York More enumerated I
l:ow many shopping days there were I
fx tore OlirMmns, Biilta and coat
seemed suddenly simplified. The cur
ious are wondering If there was not
nouRh tinsel for both Dame Fashion
nnd the Yulctide trees.
Whatever the cause the fact is very
evident that the better shops are now '
showing garments almost entirely free
from the burden of superfluous trim
ming that has been In evidence since
the opening of the fall season. Fifth
.Avcn shops are showing suits very
the hectic Oriental coloring seems to
have betaken Itself to negligees. Fash
Ion permits every woman to be a
vainpish "Serpent of the Nile" In the
privacy of her own boudoir. The fa
vored robes are of dark-hued bro-
codod satins encrusted with stencil
led flowers of garnish hue. Black
brocades embroidered In huge gold
roses or lotus lilies are very 11 faut.
Trinkets of hammered bronxe or cop
per dingle from girdle and sleeves.
; Opulence gleams in every fold of these
new boudoir robes. Velvet batiks cut
a la Mandarm come In rich hues of
rose and purple, green or orange. Je
weled girdles of roughly-cut stones
are found on others nnd even less
ermine or milk garnish others and
even the most ordinary negligees are
dressed up with trimmings of colored
brushed wool or rich bandings.
The trouser cut
of the negligees.
found In many
One of the most
chic in line and very simple. Really striklnft upon tne avenue sed
good furs are used for choker collers.
and an occasional motif embroidered
or beaded may lurk on collar or cuff.
But the ornatencss and garnishness
that characterized everything only a
few weeks ago is rapidly disappearing.
Even so, the shops look no less
1'ke an Arabian Nights bazaar, for
there Is enough gorgeousness of color
ing and fabric to atone for the lesser
quantity of tinsel. Soft-piled fabrics
such as veldyne, duvet de laine. peach
bloom, and velvet are much in evi
dence and there are wonderful new
shades of corper, wistaria.blucs and
black satin brocade for the bloomer
part and gold lace for the overskirt.
Flowers fashioned from beads and
wool were dotted over the transpar
ent lace. Some of the models make
no pretence of being sansculotte. The
pajama lounging robe Is featured
heavily by the retailers. It comes in
the same gorgeous colors and rich
fabrics as do the bona fide robes.
SHOT ny BAXTHTS
KANSAS CITY. Nov. . (U. P.)
David Pollock, 59, president of an
was shot nnd probably fatally wound
ed e.irly yoterday by one of two mo
tor bandits who held up a tuxl en
route to the Union station here.
greens. These gayer shades are used j overall company of Washosh, Wis.,
mainly In dressy afternoon or even
ing suits, but the street and business
suits exploit quiet shades of taupe
and brown, blue and gray.
Albeit that suits and coats have
been trained Into the way that they
should go, the many "other things'
of Milady's wardwrohe can stand con
siderable 'toning down." Even lin
gerie (s becoming garishly giddy and
ti showing its true colors of hectic
greens, blues, violets, and rose. The
most up-to-snuff lingerie is of black
lace or net garnished with metallic
or silk flowers. This voeue is found
from coresta to lounging robes. All
Hay, firains and Feed -At
Seattle I'ni'hnngrd. ,
SEATTLE. Nov. 9. City, delivery;
Feed Scratch feed 176 ton: feed
wheat I7S; all grain chop $62; oats
$37; sprouting oats 162; rolled oats
J'.; whole corn $58; cracked corn $60;
rolled barley 60; clipped 'barley $65.
Hay Alfalfa $i9 ton; double com
pressed alfalfa $35; ditto timothy
$42; eastern Washington mixed $36.
Some of the most fetching .
tailored' suits are those that in-!
voir two or mors materials; yet
keep to very long, clearly defined, 1
lines. This model is a three-piece)
costaw.e. The skirt is of deep
pile lava-toned velvet, with satii
of the same shade continuing Into.
tailored blouse trimmed witu
outache In the same design aa
the coat. Then the coat, three-'
quarter length, carries oat tho
Idea with the velvet Introduced la '
BEFORE you buy a can
of Calumet you are cer
tain of the greatest baking powder
value of the best baking results.
Because there are so many
definitt proofs of its superiority of
its purity and reliability.
It received highest awards at
World's Pure Food Exposition,
Chicago; Paris Exposition, Paris,
Franc PROOF that it is the best
baking powderin the estimatianof ex.
pert judgesci baking powder quality.
For thirty years it has been the
favorite of millions of housewives.
PROOF that it gives those millions
the best of satisfaction.
I X RECEIVED-
WMLDS 1 1
ITT -Tt ;
It contains only such ingre
dients as have been officially ap
proved by V. S. Food Authorities. PROOF
of i strict purky and excellence of
It is made in the largest,
most modern and sanitary baking
powder plants in the world. PROOF
that it must be better baking powder than
eoe made under less favorable ronditions.
You save when you buy it
moderate in price. You save when
you me it pos&easefl more than ordinary
kaveoiog iUcngtJj therefore youuae leas.
Pound can of Calumet contains full
16 oz. Some baking powders come in
12 oa. instead of 16 oi. cans. Be sure
you get a pound when you want it
M cup butter, H
cup sugar, 3 tea
H teaspoon salt
2 caps sifted
fiour, 1 cup milk.
2 eggs. Then mis
in the regular
BOSTON. Nov. 9. CA. V. A
movement to build up an adequate
body of nursing attendants to serve
m moderate wages in horned wnere
outside care is "needed in cases of sick
ness but where means are lacking to
pay trained nurses has been started
in this city. The Household Nursing
Association is offering women nu
twenty to forty-five years of age a
carefully planned course wnicn il,uC-
stribes as designed to prepaie w....
for the care of sickness in tnc nomo
and the care of the nome uu....s
New classes are formed every seven
vreeks. The expense for the training
is small. The course extends over a
period of seven months, . beginning
with study of the care of the .house,
marketing, cooking, dietetics and
nursing. After this preliminary wort
the students are sent to cooperating
hospitals for four months, receiving
actual training and experience In the
care of patients. After care of a
mother and baby is then learned in
a maternity hospital.
When the course Is completed the
students are given case work under
supervision of a trained nurse tor live
months. If their worK nas p.u.u
isfactory they are then given diplo
mas and are permitted to work inde
pendently. Through a registry sys
tem the association is able to provide
constant employment for graduates of
SOLDIER SETTLERS IN
NORTH ALBERTA THRIvt
EDMONTON,. AL.TA, Nov. 9. (U.
.) More money has been loaned to
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Few musical artists can give their inspiration
expression on more than one instrument. But here 13
one musical instrument that can, give you, without
limitation, all music interpreted by the greatest
artists.! Any instrument, any singer, any number of
players or vocalists the musical world is at your '
feet thru the magic of -
Test its tone at the
Hear the Stradivara. Test
its tone with the finest records.
See the beautifully designed
models and understand why
it is called the "Master Mus
si if?s WTV IWI'h Tr" JF
,1'KNOWN FOR TONE
" i'-" Hear the fittadivara as a soloist note the perfect clarity of
the tone. ' Hear With the Stradivara ny number of voices or in
struments together observe that the voice of each singer or each; ,
instrument is clear-cut and unblurred cresting vividly the im
pression that the artists are really present. The Stradivara plays
. cv;ry male of reeord. . v
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TAtLMiVN & CO.' V";
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soldier isettlers in northern Alberta
than in any other part of Canada..
Albertans point to this fact as a tri
bute to the attractions of the soil and
climate of the province. Through the
Edmonton office which covers the
URGES AMERICAN NAMES FORU. S.?ARTISTS
Have you looked over the Ford Sedan,
that attractively equipped and comfortable
enclosed car? Cool in summer, warm in
winter, just right for every day in the year.
Has every advantage of the touring car as a
family car with the additional sure protec
tion to clothing and comfort from storms
and inclement weather. Just as desirable
and serviceable on the farm as it is to town
folks. It is the most all-round serviceable
car of the day. Won't you come in and look
the Sedan over?
Simpson Auto Co.
Phone 408. Corner Water & Johnson St.
northern half of ',the' province,, loanrf
to soldier settlers have been approveiL
to the. extent of . $M,OM0,00o and of
this amount nearly 10,01)0. 000 has
been disbursed. About 3,2000 soldiers
have been aotually located on farms
with an equal 'number settled on
ihomesteiid lands for which, no, loans
aro necoswary. '
-.' Most tho soldier, settler are mak
ing good, according to the Soldier
Settlement Ilonrd,' and are''hnrtng In
tho profits of the. bumper, harvest
ASHES OF TWO LOVERS .
UNITED IN MARRIAGE
' TOKIOV Nov. . (U.'P.') The ra-1
ther unusual ceWrfi6ny of uniting In
marriage the ashes i of ' two ) lovers
took place a few days aro in the pr-
vlnce of Izu. The young man nno
woman In qitoatlrm had been attached-
to each ' other for ce time, nut
circumstances nreverrtcd ' them rrom
marrying. In despair they commit,
ted shinju" or double' HUldde, as hi
quite common under such ' clrcumJ
ran, in .Tnnan. bv leaning into tnn
sea from -a cliff 'at' Atamt, w'elJ
known bathing resort. Tlielr remain.-!
nnA TliiflilhtHf werl
ding ceremony then performed over,
the ashes, as, according to Buddhist
belief, this marriage will', cafrf over,
ir.to the next world. t ...
Dr. David B. Hill
Artificial Teeth a
: -t Pendleton, Oregon.
'' 1 JLr"At, 'Americaa names (or American artists" to the
1 10a r , , h American .Legion. . "llunareas oi
dhwm. ces .ra8 superior, .to foreign.
America Voorhies ot New York. But tty r w
Seattle Hogs Are Higher ''HTIT 3f
And tattle Are Wronger. , . ;; .
HEATTLE, Nov.' 9. Hogs HoceiptK
94c, higher. Prime J 4.7.B 15.25:j
medium to choice 13.7514.75;'
smooth , heavies' 12.7B if? 13.25: , rough
heavies 10.7511. 25; pigs' li.nuw
Cattle Receipts 255. Stronger.
Prim. Htners 9.50 (i 1 0 : . medium to
choice 8f9; common td good 6 7.K0;
best cows nnd heifers 6.60 7: medr
urn to choice .00; calves .5
of Soclety.durlngthe past
seventy years have relied
upon it for their mstin.
iulshea appearance, mc
soft, refined, peariy
white complexion It
renders Instantly, I
always the source of
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Here is a real pamt
Lowi4 Brothers High
Standard is a better paint
than you have erer used
before. Better because it
lasts longer and looks bet
ter as long as it lasts.
Beit of all, while it eosta
more per gallon, it gees far
ther Uuui w'.her polnU, there
fore It always costs btfl ps
square yard applied. '
High Standard has bees)
made for 60 years of notic
ing but the best and purest
We want you- to try ft on
your next painting- Job. Too
will never again use any othai
. Ask for booklet and
card. Both, are free.
V L. J. McATEE
'Phone 158 ' - 513 Main St
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