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DAILY EAST OREQOUlAN, PESTDtETOlt,1 OSEOdN, ' ' WlllSlJESDAV EVENING, NOVEMBER 17, 1020.
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YES, everyone wants low prices! But they want more they want good value and quality for the low price. They get it here in good measure because we
have reduced every price that it is possible to reduce. What we offer is smartly, styled, typical of The Peoples Warehouse. The reductions we . have ,niade
arc great enough in themselves to make it worth your while to come to this store to trade. But remember you always pay less here, quality considered. ,
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There are so many
elements that contri
bute to the success or
failure of a woman's
party frock that it
should be chosen with
the utmost rare. 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 he con
fident that it will with
stand the surest tests
of critical examination
All put on sale
at a big discount,
'tion of colors in
line, velvet, lace
and nets. ,
. We invite your
$28.50 to $80.0&
HERE IS SOMETHING NEW
The most wonderful quality in
51 IN. CREPE DE CHINE
The first time this all silk cloth has been
brought out in a 54 inch width that will cut
blouses, lingerie and dresses to such good
advantage. This verv fine silk crepe in'
flesh color and white 54 inches wide form
erly retailed at $7.50 yard. We now offer
it at the yard . $5.49
THE DELINEATOR AND PIC
FOR DECEMBER IS HERE.
Both of these DODular magazines are radi
ant with the wonderful Spirit of Christmas.
subscribers please call tor Delineators.
We have the newest things in Oxfords. Tkey
are of a light tan, blucher cut, Goodyear welt,
square toe, military heels, a beautiful design,
at ... $11.00
Women's Brown Kid Boots, Goodyear welt,
low military heels, a wonderful fitter.
Price . , $13.00
Women's Brown Kid Boot, Goodyear welt,
French heels, imitation tips. Price. . . $13.00
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 shoe depart
ment, we have graduate specialists to serve
At Savings You Will Appreciate.
Pillow Tubing, Bridal Quality, high grade
like Pequot, 42 inches, has been selling at 90c.
In this sale, the yard 69c
Standard Grade Pillow Tubing, 42 inches
wide. Special at the yard 55c
Pillow Tubing, 45 inches wide, special at the
yard . .. 59c
Sheeting, 2 1-4 yards wide, standard grade
bleached or unbleached, worth 95c, in this sale
special the yard 75c
Sheeting, 2 1-2 yards wide, bleached, stand
ard grade, worth $1.00 yard, in this special
sale, the yard 79c
Sheeting, bleached, 2 yards wide, standard
grade, worth 85c, in this sale the yard 69c
SHEETS AND PILLOW CASES
At Radical Reductions.
Pequot Sheets, highest grade known, extra
long, size 81x99 inches, former price $3.75, in
this special Clearance Sale, at each. . . . $2.85
Wearwell Sheets, standard grade, size 81x90
Former price $3.00, special in this sale,
Pequot Pillow Cases, 45x36, regular price
has been 90c, in this sale, each 75c
Hemstitched Pillow Cases,. Bridal, high
grade like Pequot, just the thing for Xmas
gifts, each 75c
Wearwell Pillow Cases, 42x36 standard
quality, regular price has been 75c. Special
each, on. sale 59c
Prices fall in this section, take advantage of
these low prices.
Standard Grade Muslins free from dress
ing, prices have been 40c and 45c yard. In this
sale, the yard . 29c
Standard Grade Well Known Muslin, bet
quality, has been selling at 50c, in this sale the
yard' . .... 33c
M Heal Genuine Cleanup
SUITS, MACKINAWS AM)
We have a wonderful stock of 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 folowing extremely low prices.
All the new and wanted styles are here from
the little juvenile to the big knicker.
$7.85 Hoys' Suits. Cleanup I'rlce
.K3 Hoys' Suit., Cleanup lrice
10.00 lUiys' suits, Cleanup I'rtcr
ll..Vt Hoys' Knits, Cleanup I'rlcc
tflM) Hoys' Suits, Ch-antip Trice
$13.50 Hoys' Suits, Cleanup Price
14.50 Hoik' Suits, Cleanup Vrkv
15.tM Hoys' Suits Cleanup Price
IIH.50 Hoys' Suits Cleanup lri
$17.50 Hoys' Suits Cleanup I'rlcc
$10.50 Hoys Suits, Cleanup Prkv
$20.00 Hoys' Suits Cleanup Price
$21.50 Hoys' Suits Cleanup Price
$22.50 Hoys' Suits, Cleanup Iriw
$23.50 Roys' Suits Cleanup 1'ricv
$24.50 Hoys' Suits Cleanup I'rlcc
$25.41 Hoys' ttuits. Cleanup Price.
$26.50 Hoys' Suits, Cleanup I'rlce .' '. . . .
.27.50 Hoys' Suits, Cleanup Price
$28.50 Hoys' Suits, Cleanup VrUr
$32.50 Hoys' 'Suits. Cleanup I'rlce
$10.00 Hoys' Overcoats, Cleanup Frtco
$12.00 Hoys' Overcoats Cleanup Prior ,
$13.50 Hoys' OveruMits Cleanup Price
Rock-A-Bye Child Swings
Made of blue enameled steel supporting
heavy, white canvas Just made to fit the lit
tle, fellows. When soiled the swings cull ho
They come in two styles: 1
Swing with back rest and
Swing and spring without
back rest . . $1.49
Fine quality, generous assortment of pat
terns in dark or light colors, 36 inches wide,
splendid for comforter coverings, etc. Have
been selling at 40c yd. In this sale, yard. 29c
$14.50 Hoys' OvitrcoatM. Ckwilup Price . . $10.97
$15.00 Koy.s' OvercoMs Cleanup lltcc $II.M
$10.50 Hoys' Overcoats, Cleanup I'rlcc $12.20
$18.50 Hoys' Overcoats Cleanup lriee , $13.90
$19.50 Hoys' Overcoats Cleanup Price $14.43
$21.00 Hoys' Overcoats Cleanup Price $14.93
$21.50 Hoys' Overcoats, Cleanup Prk-e $15.00
$.1.75 Hoys' Mackinaws. Cleanup Prl $4.90
$0.73 Hoys' Mackinaws Cleanup I'rlce $5.03
$7.50 Hoys' .Mackinaws, Cleanup Price $3.90
$8.00 Hoys' Mackinaws Cleanup Price $-3.'
$8.50 tluiV Mackinaws Cleanup Price M.a5
$9.00 Hoys' Mackinaws, Cleanup Price M.M
$10.00 Hoys' Mackinaws, Cleanup Price 7.3A
$11.50 Hoys' Mackinaws Cleanup Price $8.90
$12.00 Hoys' Mackinaws Cleanup Price ., $$.33
113.50 Hoys' Mj'klnaws Cleanup Price SI0.40
814.30 Hoys' Mackinaws Cleanup Price $11.87
115.00 Hoys' .Mackinaws Cleanup I'rlce $n.93
18.50 Hoys' Miickiuaws Cleanup Price $12.40
$17.30 Hoys' Mackinaws, Cleanup Price $13.90
$19.30 Hoys' Mni-kluaws Cleanup IUce '. . . $14.83
T. P. W. PURE FOOD SHOP
In Our Model Grocery Basement
SERVICE ECONOMY CLEANLINESS
3 Main Line Phones, all 15.
All Other Depts. 22. ' '
Delicious, Wincsaps, Winter Bananas and
Jonathans. AH Fancy stock.
Cooking Apples, per box $1.00
Others economically priced. v
Olive Oil, Pompean, quarts.....'. $1.75
Olive Oil, Ehmans '. .... 50c to $1.85
Preserves, Tea Garden Brand 50c to 85c
Olives, green, ripe, stuffed. , 40c to 60c
Chic Nic fancy sandwiches 20c
Artichoke Hearts, in glass , 25c
If it comes from our pure food shop you can
absolutely depend on the quality.
1 Don't Overlook Our Men's Worsted Suits
$36.50; They are real bargains.
PEMSZTONS ecEATEST DEPARTAENT ffXVS
Wc want you to feel at home here. This store is
for your especial convenience and service. 3
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Football Stock Soars" for Bigj
Game Against University of I
Oregon Salurday With Star
VnWhiLC.'k in Practir.i i
OitiXJOX AGRICULTURAL, COL
LiXfJi. Corvallls. Nov. 17. O. A. C.
football stock soured inaterutlly when
it wan announced that "Gap" Powell
is out in uniform tearing 'em up again.
The tesm is in fairly Rood condition.
according to Coach R. B. Rutherford,
and the men are expected to be on
edge for the gridiron conflict Saturday
again&t the University of Oregon.
Many atate and other dignitaries
have been invited to attend, including
the governor, secretary of state, ad
jutant general, Sen ator George E.
Chamberlain, Senator-elect R. X. Slan
field, Congressman C. X. McArthur,
President V. I. Campbell of the Uni
versity of Oregon, and the boards of
regents of O. A. C. and the University
of Oregon, and the board of higher
curricula. The bands of both institu
tions will play. - ,
The game will be called promptly
at 2:30 o'clock. A special train over
the Southern Pacific will leave Port
land at 10:30, arriving in Corvallls at
1.30. Arrangements have been made
for return service over both the South
ern Pacific and Oregon Klectric rods
immediately after the game.
The entire student body is now en
gaged In workine ud "oen" for the hie
! rnnoat t'i,n nh Uill hupf nrrl 1n.il... fr.w
a fight from start to finish.
The first unit of the new stadium
will be used again to accommodate the
immense throngs expected at the Ag-gie-Univers
ity of Oregon game. This
LAKDIS MAY DICTATE IN "LASKER LEAGUE'
Indigestion, Acidity, Sour
ness and Gases ended with
Millions of ieople know that H ix '
neediest to be bothered with Indiges
tion, dseslH or a dimrdered stom
ech. A few tablet of Pupe's Diiipep
sin netitraliM acidity and give relief
When your meals don't fit and you
fi-el uncomfortable, when you belch
Rupee, acids or rale sour, undigested
f"Od. When you feel lumps of indi
eIIn pain, heartburn or headache,
from acidity. Jut eat a tablet. of Pape'
IMapepsin and the stomn' h diftreNi Is
Tha cwt U o little. The benefits so
rat. Ton. too. will be a Diapepsin
t ulhusiant afterwards.
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unit Is 300 feet long or the length of
the football field, having a seating ca
pacity of 4000, together with box Beats
CICOTE WILL TESTIFY
AS STATE S EVIDENCE
CHICAGO. Nov. IS. Eddie Clcotte,
Chicago White Sox pitcher, whose
confession resulted in numerous indict
ments by the special Cook county
baseball grand jury, in connection with
the 1919 world series scandal, prob
ivbly will not be purnished for his part
In the game throwing, according to of
ficials of the state attorney's office.
Cicotte will turn state's evidence
when the men indicted are tried and
his only sentence will be 'banishment
from organized baseball, It was said
D. P. Cassaday of Detroit, Clootte's
attorney, conferred with state attor
neys over the pitcher's confession and
possible testimony. At this conference,
according to state officials, Mr. Ctfs-
raday promised that Cicotte would toll
the court the same story he told the
Ji ry. As a result, It was arranged for
him to furnish honds without person
ally appearing. While other indicted
players who have voluntarily surren
dered have been required to furnish
110.000 bonds. Cicotte's bail was fixed
at $r,'00 on the plea of Mr. Cassaday
that It would work a financial hard
ship on the White Box players to force
him to put up more than that amount.
I Mr. Cassaday deposited r,0u0 in lib
I erty bonds us ball.
The ball players and gamblers In
I dieted by the jury probaly will be
brought to trial in January, It was said.
NEW YORK, Nov. 17. Neflher the
army nor the navy football team will
play again until they meet at the Polo
Grounds here Nov. 27.
This was decided today when West
Point, because of "unforscen circum
stances'' canceled its contest next
Saturday against Colby. George
Washington University already ' had
canceled Its game with Annapolis.
ALPHA SIGMA PHI LEADS
0. A. C. CROSS COUNTRY
CLOSE GAME IN THREE
CUSHION SERIES PLAYED
CHICAGO, Nov. 17. (A. P.) John
Daly and C. 8. Otis, both of New York,
today played the closest game thus fur
in th preliminaries for the national
three-cushion billiard championship,
the lead changing hands twelve times
and Daly finally winning, 60 to 4,1 In
S innings. It was Daly's third
straight victory. Jess Ian of Denver
won from Joseph Capron of Chicago
SO to .19.
Priinlnir oiav he started as soon as
the leaves have fallen In western Ore
gon. Tho trees are dormant at this
time mid mav be safely pruned. In
eastern Oregon tho pruning may not
he done safely until late winter or
early spring on account of tho cold.
Horticultural, O. A. C.
Nursery stock should be carefully
examined for disease lefore planting.
Kapcuiai care should be taken to sea
that no borers have entered tho roots
or stems of the plant. Mnny new and
K-rlous pests have been Introduced
tbcough lack, of Inspection, of the nur
scry stock ly buyers. Entomology,
O. A. C. .
JUDGE K M LANPS
Judge K. M. Land Is of Chicago hat been offered an all-powerful
fcasebill job In the New National League. It he ecepta he will pull I
Oowb 150, COO a year, on a aeren-year contract, lor belm the chair'
: man U the new goernlni body In bseeball. aa planned br the
i alevea ntl-Johneon eluba. A. D. Leaker la the man who tusgeeted
tha f la. Ha la Chicago adTertislDC aaaD. .....
OR KG ON AGRICULTURAL COL
I.BGE, Corvallls, Nov. 17. Intramu
ral cross country run which has been
occupying the attention of tho organ
izations for the last month will end
next week, according to Ralph Cole
man, director. Alpha Sigma Pht.
leading national league, has annexed
625 points for the first four weeks,
having a comfortable percentage over
Phi Epsllon, their nearest competitor,
with 451. The Lambda Chi Alpha
are third with S91 points.
CUBS dKMNSK PASADENA
CHICAGO, Nov. 17. (A. P.) Pas
adena, Calif., again will be the train
ing camp of tho Chicago National
Lesgue team next spring, President
William Vceck announced last night. I
Previously t he club had been consid-1
erlng taking a shorter trip for the
New Stock Pineapples
Wc have just received our new Pineapple fresh
from Hawaii, sliced and grated, at 25c, 35c, 45c and
55c per can.
Home Made Mince Meat, made in a clean way
from brand new raisins, citron, peels, etc., 30c pound
U. S. Inspected Meats your guarantee of quality.
The Heaver creek district of Linn
county will be a scene of large drain
age project If the present plans ar
'arried out. W. B. Powers and W,
Cretcher of the aolls department havj
mude a preliminary survey of the
project and report that 2000 acres of
fertile land could be drained very
easily. Soils, O. A. C- , ,
KKARCIf YIKLDH XO
MXCDON, N. H.. Nov. 1
When darkness stopped
lions tonight, county officials who had
spent the day In excavating another
well had found no trace of the body
of Mrs. Blanche W. Whitney. Two
sons of Mrs. Whitney's husband. Mm.
B. Whitney, who today began a sent
ence for forgery, are said to have told
the authorities their father threw the
Lody of their stepmother Into a well.
"Hie Table Sopplf
Phone 187 and 188
739 Mam Sbrf
CHAS. D. DESPAIN & CI IAS. W. GOODYEAR
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