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DAILY EAST OREQONTAN, ' PENDLETON,' OftECOH;" FRIDAY EVENIN6; NOVEMBER 12," 1 02 0.'
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BUT WE ARE JNOT LOWERING THE QUALITY. We are giving the best for the price-, no matter what the price; It will pay you to look here , before,
spending your money elsewhere. Ours is the greatest and best stock in Eastern Oregon. It's quality merchandise. It's dependable. It's new. It's first I
jifality. ' It's the kind of merchandise you want.' It's guaranteed.
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There are so mahy elements
that contribute to the success or
failure of a woman's party frock
that it should be -chosen with the
utmost care. We are certain
that you will find in our displays
the costume or frock that best
suits you. And no matter what
it costs, you may be confident
that it will withstand the surest :
tests of critical examination and ;
All put on sale at a big dis
count, the brightest, newest com
bination of colors in taffeta,
messaline, velvet, lace and nets.
We invite your inspection.
. $20.50 to 80.00
T. P. W. Pure Food Shop
3"' In Our Muriel Ciiwrry IlaMntctit.
5" lt.KAM.IN KSS FIONOMY si:kvick
S S Main Line Plumes all 15.
AH OthiT Dcpts. rail 22. ,
Glass Vases, each 40c
Syrup Pitchers, each... $2.10
Vinegar Cimett, each . , . . 40c
Salt and Pepper Shakers,
E i each i ...... .-j 10c
I Toothpick Holders, each . . 20c
. Water Pitchers, each 93c to $2
; Full line of Pyrex Cooking
- Ware, Stone Jars, Milk
1- Remember the Demonstration
Hot Biscuits and Coffee. .
NEW FUR TRIMMING
Coney fur, black or brown in
the 5 inch width, for collars,
The Yard $4.50
Gray, black and navy, best
quality for afternoon dresses,
real genuine cleanup sale of boys'
. suits; mackinaws and Overcoats
We' have a wonderful stock tf boys suits. The best makes in
America, HART SCHAFFNER & MARX, RIGHT POSTURE
and OREGON, CASSIMERES. They positively have no equal for
quality,'style;'fit and general appearance. In order to affect a
speedy clean-up we have arranged to offer you the following ex
tremely low prices.' All the new and Wanted styles are here fiom
the little juvenile to the big knicker.
7.85 Hoys' Suits. (Icamm Price.. $3.05'
SH.85 Hoy Null Clrailiip Pric. . $7.BS
SfO.OU lUy' Suits, Cleanup I'rhv. IIW
11.50 Hoys' Suits, Cleanup lfl". M.75
$12.50 Hoys' Suits, Cleanup Pvicp. $.:I5
Si.l.SO Hoys' Suits, Cleanup Prltf;
$M.SO Hoys' Suits, Cleanup Price tUI)H
SI 5.00 liays' Suits, Cleanup Price $11.35
$10.50 Hoys' Suits Cleanup Vie $12.13
$17.50 Hoys' Suits, Cleanup Jri-e $12.5
, $19.50 Hoys' Suits, Cleanup Pri.v 914.05
$20.00 Hoys' Suits Cleanup Prlco $M.5
$21.50 Hoys' Suits, Cleanup Prico $13.00
$22.50 Hoys' Suits, Cleanup Vrkxi Slfl.85
$2:1.50 Hoys' Suits Cleanup Prior $17.03
$24.30 Hoys' Suits, Cleanup Price $18.40
$25.00 Hoys' Suits. Cleanup Pi-ioe SIS.iM
$2.30 Hoys' Suits Cli'anup Price $10.80
$27.30 Hoys' Suits Cleanup I'ri.f $21.20
$28.50 Hoys' Suits Cleanup Price 21,93
932.50 Hoys' Suits. Cleanup Price $23,110
15.75 Hoys' Macklnaws, Clcunup. . XI. 110
10.73 Roys' Macklnaws, Cleanup.'. $5.65
$7.50 Hoys' Mackinaw
$S.oo Hoys Macklnaws, Cleanup. , $0.35
$8.50 Hoys' Macklnaws Cleanup. , sn.03
$0.00 Hoys' Macklnaws, Cleanup. . $11.05
$10.00 Hoys' Mnckiiimvs, Cleanup. $7.33
$11.50 Hoys Mackinaw s Cleanup. $8.00
$12.00 Hoys Macklnaws, cleanup: $0.53
$13.50 Boys' Macklnaws, Cleanup SIO.lt
$11.50 Hoys' Mackinaw Cleanup 9I1.HS
$13.00 Hoys Macklnaws, Cleanup $11.0."
$10.50 Hoys' Macklnaws, Clcnnnp $12.40
$17.50 Hoys' Macklnaws, Cleanup $13.00
$10.50 IUy' Macklnaws Cleanup $14.83
$10.00 Hoys' Overcoats, Cleanup.. $7.45
$12.00 Hoys' Overcoats Cleanup.
$13.30 lloy' Overcoats Cleanup.
$14.50 Hoys' Overcoats, Cleanup.
$l3.tH Itoys' Overcoats Cleanup.
$16.50 Hoys' Overcoats Cleanup.
$l8.30.Hoyts Ovwoals, Cleanup.
Sll..")ll Hoys' Overcoats, Cleanup.
$tt.00 Boys' OvprSMit.s," Cleanup.
$21.50 Hoys' OVcnsMits, Cleanup.
BARGAIN BASEMENT BARGAINS
Friday and Saturday finds the Bargain Basement with an en
ormously big stock of good merchandise marked the lowest in all
Pendleton. . . .i j
Shoes for Everybody And good shoes; too,' marked at prices
even lower than the present wholesale price.
Women's Suits, Coats and Dresses Marked at double reduc
tion prices. You'll like "every price and garment.
Yard Goods All marked just ahead of the prevailing low
Men's Goods Hundreds of dollars worth of excellent bargains
for men. .
Boys' and Girls' Wear All re-marked and re-duced again in
. Bargains for the Home Allowing you to effect good savings. .
Meet All Your Neighbors in The Bargain Basement Friday
0Sgttsss&sSsss 5k ; s ;
OUR CHRISTMAS SUGGESTIONS IN ABT
will be sure to be appreciated. They very newest novel
ties for making up dainty and practical gifts are await-,
ing vour approval. An expert art needlework teacher is
in charge who will assist you in all kinds of fancy work.
Stamped Linen Scarfs, Centers and Pillows, Night
Gowns, Combinations, Children's Dresses, Petticoats,
Towels, Combing Jackets, Laundry Bags, Bed Spreads,
Pillow Cases, Lunch Sets, Buffet Sets, Scarfs and Pin
Cushions, Hot Roll Covers, Stocking Bags, Collar Bags,
Necktie Racks. ..r
READY MADE ART GOODS.
Maderia Napkins and Luncheon Sets, Napkin Holders,
Hot Roll Covers, Cluney Luncheon Sets, Filet Scarfs,
Towels, etc. ;
Supply Your Thanksgiving
Needs Now in
Real all linen pattern cloths at
Mercerized Damasks and
napkins, quite a range of pat
terns to choose from, all on
sale now at a reduction of 10
SPECIAL SALE OF
We are placing on sale to
day a $1000' stock of choice
new Petticoats at very low
prices. It will pay you to see
them. Come early while the as
sortment is at . its best. Jer
seys, taffetas, messalines in all
the new and wanted colors.
Just lots of them, so suitable
for making lingerie, bags,
sashes, camisoles, slippers and
the many many things ribbons
are adapted for; See the illus
trated booklet on ribbons.
is splendidly ready with a very t
select lot of new and practical
gift novelties such as candle
sticks; bowls, nut bowls, lamps,
book ends, vases, etc, A visit
to this popular section -on the
second floor will interest you.
THIS STORE IS YOUR STORE
Its conveniences are here for your use.
0 iopies mmm(M$i
INHERE 'T PAYS TO TRADE t
VISIT THIS STORE OFTEN
, Make it your headquarters; we want to serve
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' 1JISBEE, Ariz.. Xov. 12. 'Dyna
init,e Ceorge".o I.o Angeles, quit jn
the second round of a scheduled ten
round bout with Johnny Celmain of
Toledo, Ohio, Thursday afternoon.
WOMAV8 BK.ilTV XO" SKCP.KT
;,li all lies in the care she bestows
upon herself and in 'keeping at bay
those dread Ills peculiar to her sen.
The flashing eye, the elastic te"p and
the clear complexion never accom
pany organic troubles. The distressed
cxprewlon,' lassitude, headaches and
mental depression are only the tell-tale
symptoms. .Women no troubled should
take Lydla E. Pinkham'a Vegetable
Compound, that nimple remedy made
from room and herb, and restore their
tbeir health to a normil condition.
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IN FACTORY SEIZING
BKltLIX. Nov. 1!. (By Carl D.
Groat, V. V. Staff Corrmpondent.)
German worker aeized the metal fac
torial here today and extinguished Its
fires. Other factories were invaded
BimultaneouMly. Police' HUrrounded
the metal factories, planning an attack
to dislodge-the occupants, and other
workers took possession of a gaa pla
on the north side of Berlin, establish
Ing a soviet there, police reported.
Seizure of the metal factory was evl
dently carried out by workers In emu
lation of Italian strikers,
and held plants In Italy
labor disturbance there.
first instance of anything of the kind
in Germany. The government immed
iately rushed measures for meeting
the new menace. Police reserves and
detachments of troops are- held in read
iness for action In event seizure of the
factories should resnlt In fighting or
develop Into another Spartacan out
break. Agitators are ' reported Invading
plants where there have been no diffi
culties, endeavoring to urge workers
to join a general strike. The' estab
lishment of a soviet In the gas plant
was first reported as a move of dis
contented workers to promote a
t change Jn government.
nympamizers with the Russian gov
Although they betrayed all except their J COUNTI NG 600,000
.Ml.nd thai' Vioit rxi Antrim mil. '
cation with outsiders. '
WALLA WALLA, Wash.. Nov. 12.
(A. P.) Armistice day was observed
here yesterday us a holiday by all
ernment have been active in Germany utate, county and city officials and
and have urged adoption of the sys- banks and as a half holiday by all
tcm here. The strength of this tue-' merchants. Veterans of the Civil,
SEALS IS TASK JUST
FINISHED BY CENSUS
HEATTLK, Wash., Nov. 12. I'.
P.) Home time, when you have a
j hundred hours or so to spare, count
' up to 600,0", If you want an Idea of
the task Just finished by G. Dallas
llunna, special agent for the I'nlted
STATE ON QUITCLAiM
tinn u'afl uV,M-n n ..tnila 'burnish find xvrtrin will's linn Incnl and
whn pnntiirefi i - .. . i,w,uimi ciiim-h- i - -
hIhL. - IZllt '"on I" '""lie last month when the ""e military bodies took part in - a
ounng recern. i.,,.., . . , In tho iifternonn follow.
This is the' "I'm. j-ainiMiiiiueni oi a t
'-""t .was taken to mean that work- !in which public exercises were held
era there plan'lo operate the business.
We Have Money
Xo uw li Hint about money hliortago when yon
ran n-cotiuif ln tlironijh i5 on your farm prop
erty. are In ' peniton to somre inom-y for 'you
at a vcr rea-miiaiA rate of iMCrrH on land laying
Xorth and f a1 ot 1'i-ndletoii.
W e r. pr. -. ul Hie VkTOIOXT UtAX TIIVST'
f tjMI'A.VV of NKam Mh., and will promjU
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EASE A COLD
- V.1TH ONE DQSE
lint night a street Jollification
held. As a feature of the day Dr.
Otis H. Holmes, "Walla Walla's fight
ing parson," was presented with a dis
tinguished service medal for civilians
by Henry Lawton post of the Spanish
War Veterans. .
Hanna, who, each year, takes a
censuse of the fur seals thnt breed on
the Prlbilor Islands, has compuetcd
his annual job. His census, this year,
is expected to show there aro about
000,000 seals lit the great Alaskan
herd. These figures, as compared
with a total of 216,738 seals in 1912,
proves the manner in which govern
ment regulations are bettering sealing
waM 1 conditions
Pacific Llvostoek Company on Wed-"-ly
paid to the state JD0.000 as a
M'(h. ,,2.-1,00! Mr a quit claim
.oiiwuis l lltiBatlnn l ,,.
and Malheur counties. The first
oo w,u, paid a year ago. Tho next
$r.n,ioo Is due a year from today. '
For Expectant Mother
Dseo Br Three Cekemtions
te nt toasin n soTHt.nooD tim Mir. r.it
iiufo ce, orr. i. Afu.
IXSl JtAXf L'
'Tape' Cold Compound" then
breaks up a cold in a
Itcllcf comes instantly. O dose taken
.every two hours until three doses are
taken lisually breaks up a severe cold
and ends all the grippe misery.
j The very first dose opens, your elog-jged-up
nostrils and the air passages in
'the head, stops nose running, relieve
the' headache, dullness, feverishuess.
sneezing, sorenes and stiffness.
Don't stay stuffed-np! Quit blow
ing and snuffltng! Clear your congest,
ed head! Nothing else in the world
gives such prompt relief as "Pape's
Cold Compound," which costs only a
few cents at any drug store. It acts
' With.ilir uutilufurw.A (uuIab n l .
tain no quinine Insist upon Pape's. three.
PORTLAND, No'. 12. (V. P.)
Jimmy Darcy last night slammed his
Way to a 10 round decision over Pal
mer in the main event of a boxing
smoker here. Davis took the decision
In the semi windup from Johnny Flske.
"Pape's Diapepsin" makes
feel fine at once!
Lumps of undigested food causing
pain. When your stomach Is acid,
and Is gassy, aour or you have heart
burn, flatulence, headache or dyspep
sia, here Is speedy relief no waiting.
Kiit a tablet or two of Pape's Dia
pepsin and instantly your stomach
fiels fine. All thelndigestion pain,
Tvagleg and Muff Brohson staged a
slashing draw in one of the feature
bouts of the everting. Oronan won a
verdict over Ht. Claire, fn the curtain
raiser the onlv knockout of the even
ing was registered. Sutherland putting ; 8eM- arlm' "nd 'er- n h ""
Frankle Crites, of Newberg, to sleep In j 8i n cau'd .''' eldlty "ds.
the second round. He dropped Crltes i PuPe's Diapepsin tablets cost little
In the first round for the count of 'at any drug store but there is no surer
i antacid knon.
A-n w i l -er what.yo"r wants will be for tomorrow
I1 ,h Hen a nice Sprinfrcr to roast or fry, any
and all cute in Pork Beef; Mutton and Veal. .
i cUr r1oeer,y department, we will have for your
"election all local and tropical fruits and vegetables.
Uean, fresh and wholesome. .
"Tie Table Supply"
Phone 187 and 183
739 Main Stri4 O
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