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YET NO ONE WANTS TO DO SO AT THE EXPENSE OF STYLE AND QUALITY. In exact response to this special clenjand we liave reduced our
prices on 'quality mervfwudise rcgarijjcss of cost, offering thousands and thousands of dollars worth of new choice goods at less than present market prices.
Affording you an opportunity to buy your needed fall and winter apparel at most gratifying savings. We'll give you the best for the price, no matter what the
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-i-BAJLX EAST 0SEC0N1AN. PENDLETON, OEEGOIf. -TUESDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER trlMO.
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SPECIAL OFFERING OF MEN'S
SUITS AT $36.50
Men, this is an of
fer that you can't
afford to miss.
These suits are
pure wool worsteds
hard finished, in
the very best staple
and fancy patterns.
for service, .V also .
there is a fine as
sortment . of all
wool Oregon Cassi
meres. All sizes in regu
lars and stouts.
Now is the time to
buy while the as
assortment is com
plete and all sizes
are here. Values
up to $52.50, your
choice for only
A REDUCTION IN WHITE OUT
27 to 36 inches wide in medium to heaviest
weights. Reductions of 10c to 15c a yard.
STANDARD PILLOW TUBING
42 inches wide, down from. . 75c a yard to 55c
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.
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday
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SWIFT'S GEM NUT BUTTER
T. P. W. SPECLAL COFFEE
Hot biscuits will be served. You are cordial
ly invited to attend.
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A SALE OF PRETTY BUNGALOW
It s no small undertaking to go through an entire big stock running up into five fig
ures, but, thus far we have progressed very satisfactorily and have already marked down
hundreds of dollars worth of good things and we are still at it.
Today we have been literally "Slashing" the prices on good underwear'and stockings..
The Coats have been cut again. We've finished all the Dresses. The Blankets have
received their re-marking. All the yard goods are done. The Dress Skirts have been cut
While we are going through the Shoes we have prepared these specials for the men:
U. S. ARMY SHOE
Built of a soft, supple deep brown calf,
Munson last, wide heel, Goodyear welt, soft
cap, solid leather insole, one piece quarter or
lower foot part. These are all the good fea
tures that go to make up all good shoes. Reg
ular $8.50 or $9.00 army shoes
On Special Sale 6.59
That's the name they give t Silverware
when they want you to know that it's "mon
ey's worth." These shoes are more than
'money's worth." They are "sure bargains."
Soft black kid with just the right swing and.
last and just the right heel. Good winter
weight sole. The whole lot comes in blucher
lace and should sell for $8.00.
Look at the Price $4.98 Can You
There's nothing especially astonishing about these "Speci
als" any more than any other item throughout this Topular
Shop. Every thing is marked with an extremely low price
anil your neighbor will agree with you when you say that
this is a real Bargain Shop.
A comfortable dress shoe made of a coal
black full stock soft kid, easy blucher lace.
wide capped toe. Turning the shoe over we
lind it shaped on that sort of a "don t care"
swing with a wide wing foot rubber heel that
gives no end to easy walking. Slip your foot
into one of these shoes and say "Oh! Boy!
l hat s the shoe for me." It s comfy itself.
They're not priced $9.00 now.
You Takc'Em-lDS-You Take 'Em
THE NAME "SPECIAL"
Here is a $9.50 dress shoe in the two most
popular styles and colors. The new medium
round toe, and the English last, flexible welt,
high quarter blucher lace. It is built of that
rich deep mahogany whole kid stock which
makes it an easy, stylish dress shoe. Nearly
all sizes, narrow, medium and wide widths.
The Price $6.49 The Price
We are still re-marking. We're deep into
it As soon as each item is re-marked it's
yours for the choosing.
Visit the Bargain Basement and Save
THE DRESS GOODS SECTION
Offers ah unusual selection of tricotines,
broad cloths, epingle and French serges in col
ors of brown, navy blue, Copenhagen, plum,
green, black, etc. November is the month to
make up your wool dresses and get the benf it
of them all winter. Prices range from $2.00
in the 9-4 width, also unbleached, offered at
less than today's market price justifies. Down
from '. $1.10 a yard to 79c
CHILDREN'E BUSTER BROWN
for boys and girls are popular both for wear
ing qualities and economy of price.
GIRLS' HOSE are fine ribbed and black in
all sizes at, pair 45c to 50c
BOYS' HOSE are heavy ribbed, double knee
wear extra well, the pair 50c and 60c
WOMEN'S WOOL HOSE
in the brown mixtures so popular for wear
with oxfords, at the pair -$2.00 and $2.50
Imported English Wool Hose, fancy colors of
silk and wool at the pair $4.00 to $6.00
These aprons will make a valuable addition
to your wearables and save you money. They
were bought long ago, in fact, were intended
to be m the house about two months ago, but
were delayed in shipment As a result, we are
offering them at prices, which mean a decid
ed saving. Your taste and your purse will
both be pleased by this fine assortment of
Bungalow Aprons. Both darkund light shades
in gingham, chambray and percale. Good as
sortment of out sizes.
81.98 to 86.50
LEATHER COATS AND JACKETS
: Leather garments for the man out of doors
is the greatest of all. They're wind proof,
light and pliable. Most economical'and ser
viceable. They're the most popular of all gar
ments now-a-days. We are showing a most
wonderful assortment of leather good3 now,
every size and all the tanted styles are here.
Come and have a look. Priced from $9.75 to
WOMEN'S CADET SILK HOSE
that formerly sold for $3.50, colors of brown
and black. Special, the pair $2.50
Visit this store just as often as you can, it will
be time well spent
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Make this store your store. Use our free con
veniences, phones, rest room, etc. ' , ,
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ALLEGED HAND IN
First Testimony Asserts Attor
ney General Ordered Sup
pression of 1 Evidence in
Charge of Lever Act Plot.
IXDIANAPOL4S, Nov. (U. P.)
Federal Judge Anderson Monday
started the Investigation of Attorney
General Palmer's connection with the
alleged suppression of evidence in ths
case of 125 miners and operators,
charged with conspiracy to violate the
Lever law when Special Assistant U.
9. District Attorney Slack moved for a
trial at the opening of the court.
In making the motion, Slack quoted
the following letter of October 1, 1H20,
from Palmer to his special assistant,
Dan W. Simma, then In charge of the
"This Is to remind yon that th8 case
against the miners will he hased on
facia obtained after the Injunction pro.
ceedhigH, and Is not to be based on
facts obtained before the Injunction
proceedings. This Is In accordance
with the understanding when I was in
Shortly after this. Slack said, Simma
f Testify to Order
AnAerunn ordered SI m m s. Slack and
stand. They testified that Palmer
ordered them to eliminate facts secur
ed before the Injunction proceeding.
Slack said that Palmer wrote a let
ter which contained Instructions to
eliminate certain facts which, if car
ried out would practically nullify the
Judge Anderson stated from the
"Here Is tho attorney general who
one month before the trial, writes to
his assistants telling them to eliminate
facts. Let's investigate this."
"I dont care what becomes of this
case," Judge Anderson said when
Charles Evans Hughes, counsel for the
miners, took exception to the courf's
statement that the miners "flouted his
strike Injunction for 30 days." "What
I want to know Is whether I am to be
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lost their case In the federal court In
which they sought to enjoin, govern
ment officers from removing end pr
secutlng them qt Indianapolis on the
Illinois defendants In the coal con- was unconstitutional. Judge Fltshenry
splracy cHsns at Tndlwnn polls today held section 9 constitutional.
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CONFESSION ' s
FANCY AND EXTRA FANCY
81.75 to $2.50 Per Box.
Brookfield Butter, without exception the fin
est hutter sold in Pendleton. If the butter you
are buying does not suit you, try a cube of this
Butter Kist Bread from the Royal Bakery of
Portland, 15c and 10c loaf. ; -
U. S. INSPECTED MEATS.
Phone 187 and 188
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CHAS. D. DESPAIN & CHAS. W. GOODYEAR
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