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PAH.Y EAST OSIGOSIAN, PENDLETON, OBEGOW, MONDAY EVENINO, NOVEMBER 20, 1820.
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01 the best for the price, no matter what the price, and where a corps of effieient sales people are anxiou to serve you.
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HANDSOME WINTER SUITS AT
MOST SPECIAL PRICES
Your style is here, for in the collection will
be found all the latest modes' in the most pop
vation in collar, belt and Docket effecfs.
ulnr fabrics, displaying the very newest inno-
The standard of tailoring of each suit is
very nign ana superior in every particular to
suits usualy seen at this price. Because the
savings are so noteworthy, early selection is
100 Suits Including Values up to $85.00
Special Sale Price $m5.
; , All sizes from 16 to 46.
All Other Suits are Reduced From 1-3 to 1-2.
The stock includes everything that's new
and desirable, velvets, tinseltons, velours, etc.
FOR YOUR INFORMATION
We want you to know that the lower prices recently
advertised will prevail all during December. Domestics,
Wash Goods, Silks, Dress Goods, Blankets, Bedding, etc.,
are all reduced to present day market quotations. Take
advantage of these lower prices. ;
DON'T MISS THEM! THE DELINEATOR
AND PICTORIAL REVIEW.
They will give you the Christmas spirit just to glance
over their beautiful interesting pages. In the Pattern
PURE LINEN EMBROIDERED INITIAL
HANDKERCHIEFS 65c or 2 for 81.25
The initials are very neat and effective embroidered
sheer linens. A box of these would make a delightful gift,
IT'S BETTER TO SELECT YOUR
CHRISTMAS HOSIERY -
early. The prettiest lot of Embroidered and Lace Silk Hose
vve have jever seen, came, in this week. New and novel de
signs with lace inserts, colors are brown, black and white.
Very special value put up in Christmas box. The pair $4.50
IF ITS A PAIR OF GLOVES
You are thinking of, we suggest that you choose a pair of
these real French kids in black, white, mode or brown at the
Pair . .... $3.50 to $4.25
Can You Think of Anything Nicer Than
KAYSER SILK UNDERWEAR
' AsaGift? '
Bloomers, Vests and Envelope Chemise, made of Kayser
silk in the famous Kayser way. Just lots of 'em on display in
the Underwear Dept. on the balcony, at prices from $4.00 to
BRING YOUR PACKAGE? TO US
We will wrap them and post them for you . free of
charge. If you want your gifts sent so as to reach their
destination at a certain time, leave it to us.
USE OUR POST OFFICE DEPT.
Buy your money orders here, register your letters
here, post your parcels here. This convenience is free
anc it's here for your especial service.
WOMEN'S SHOES ;
We have just received a shipment of Women's Midnight
Blue Boots, 10 inch tops, French heel, a very beautiful and at
tractive style. Price , ." $12.00
Women's Black Kid Pumps, turn sole, with beaded front,
French heels, Price ; $12.00
Women's Black Kid Pumps, flexible sole, military heels,
imitation tips. Price $9.90
EXTRA SPECIAL PRICE REDUCTIONS ON
MEN'S UNDERWEAR .
$1.25 Underwear, .
' Reduced to 95c
Reduced to $1.19
Reduced to $1.58
$2.50 Underwear, .
Reduced to $1.97
Reduced to $2.86
Reduced to $3.19
Reduced to $3.48
. Reduced to $4.20
Reduced to $5.19
Reduced to $5.67
Reduced to $5.95
Reduced to $6.35
Reduced to ....
Reduced to . i $7.93
Reduced to $9-95
Reduced to $10.89 .
fin ays Inown
'Ihcoel5. . All ..Other Pparroen9. Call 22.
Try our Christmas Mixed Candies. They're fresh and
pure and a wonderful assortment.
We make a special effort to have the best and freshest in
all kinds of seasonable vegetables, they're always crisp and
nice in our sanitary grocery basement
Our prices are guaranteed. -' :
Bring your eggs to us.
MEN'S MACKINAWS SACRIFICED
Ours, is probably the greatest stock of Mackinaws in East
ern Oregon positively the best. Regardless of , quality,
make or cost we have reduced them as follows: - '
$8.50 Mackinaws are Re-adjusted to . $6.75
$10.00 Mackinaws are Re-adjusted to "... $7.8a
$12.50 Mackinaws are Re-adjusted to ...... . .". J9'
$13.50 Mackinaws are Re-adjusted to $11
$15.00 Mackinaws are Re-adjusted to zlbxi
$16.50 Mackinaws are Re-adjusted to $12.90
$17.50 Mackinaws are Re-adjusted to : . . . .'. jJJJJ
$19.50 Mackinaws are Re-adjusted to $15 .30
$20.00 Mackinaws are Re-adjusted to ..... ; $15. &
$25.00 Mackinaws are Re-adjusted to $19.40
$27J0 Mackinaws are Re-adjusted to $21.60
$30.00 Mackinaws are Re-adjusted to $2J.4.
THE MODE OF PARTY BOXES
15 is more popular than ever. An unusually smart lot of these
i5 to choose from in the best selling styles at. . . $3.7o to $lo.00 if
A "RAIN OR SHINE" SILK UMBRELLA
with colored silk tops and bakalite handles to match, offers
a suitable suggestion for some one's Christmas eift A liber
al assortment of them here at 53.50 to $17.50
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cis, use au uui ncc tuinciucm.es.
ftsSAIEST DEPART XENT fTOSLt . .
PAYS TO TRADE GSaSW
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X We're here to serve you ; don't hesitate to ask Z
I for what you want.
Sotice of Payment of City of Pendle.
ton Improvement IJouita
Xotlce is hereby given that City of
Tend let on Improvement Bonds Nos.
21. 18. 29. , 31, Series Z will be paid
Vpun presentation thereof to the un
dertiisned at the American National
ftenk. Pendleton, Umatilla County,
Oregon, after December 8. 1920.
Bond No. 1. Series IS. will be paid lo
like manner after Dec. 1, 1920.
Interest on Bonds Nos. 27. 28, 29, 30.
81. Series Z, ceases Dec 8, 192.
Interest on Bond No. 1. Series II.
ceases Dec. 1, 1920.
Dated Nov. 20, 1920.
; LEE MOORHOUSE,
Treasurer, City of Pendleton, By H.
W. Dickson. Deputy.
NOTICE OF PltorOSKU STREET
Nok of PnpoBCd htrci-t Improve
nM'nt Notie Is hereby given that at a
regular meeting of the Common Coun
ell of The City of pendleton held at:
the Council Chambers in Pendleton, j
( r,.n nn November 24. 1920 the fol
lowing ResoluUon was duly adopted
. WHEREAS the City Surveyor of The
Cilv of Pendleton did on the iwth oay
of November. 192. under directions
and by requirement of the Common
Council fil In the office of the Re
corder of The City of Pendleton, plans
r Cold weather, wet feet. chiller
ankles, dacp dcthhj. bnpt
eoufihs. ccfdi, pncai or.it
pleumy. diphtheria, snefcsa.
and consuruion. U jt t cc
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tion of a cold, usi . '
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and specifications for an appropriate
Improvement or the following named
streets In said city: '
Lincoln street from the North line
of Mark street to the South line of
Kaley street, together with the esti
mates of the work to be done and the
protjable cofit thereof with a statement
of the lots, parts of lots and v&rcels
of land to be benefited by such im
provement and trie percentage of the
u.tal cost of improvement, which each
of such lots, parts of lots and parcels
of land should pay on account of the
benefits to be derived from such im
WHEREAS, the council has examin
ed such plans and speficatlons and
estimates and found the same satisfac
tory and the estimates therefor to be
in accordance with the probable cost
of such work, and
TKKREAS, the property recom
mended by the City Surveyor to be in-
eluded within the boundaries of the
district benefited is In the Judgment
of the Common Council properly to
be included within such improvement
district and no property Is excluded
therefrom which should properly be
included therein, and.
WHEREAS, the improvement of the
hereinabove described portions of said
street, either with Gravel Bltulithic
Pavement, Concrete Pavement or War
renite Bitullthic Pavement on Crushed
Kock or Crushed Gravel foundation,
is at this time necessary, therefore,
RESOLVED, by the Common Coun
cil of The City of Pendleton that it is
expedient to Improve and it is hereby
proposed to Improve said portions of
said Lincoln Street by paving the same
with either Gravel Bltulithic Pave-
iment. Concrete Pavement or Warren-j
ite Bitullthic Pavement on Crushed
Rock or Crushed, Gravel foundation.
such pavement to be constructed and
the surface thereof to be finished upon
the established grade of said street
end the street to have curbs and gut
ters and all other things in accord
ence with and as shown In the plans
and specifications for th Improve
ment of said portions of said Lincoln
Street, prepared by F. li. Hayes. City
Surveyor, field with the Recorder of
taid city on the 10th day of November.
I:i0. whlh said plans and specifica
tions are hereby particularly referred
to, and be It further,
RESOLVED that the Engineer's es
tunates of the probable total cost of
kuch Improvement, which said City
Engineers estimates were made and
prepared by F- B- Hayes, City Surveyor
of said city. In the sum o( 13198.35
and were filed with the Recorder of
said city, on the 10th day of Novem
ber, 1920, is hereby Included and here
by referred to particularly, and be it
RESOLVED that the plans and
specifications and estimates for such
improvements, are prepared by the
City Surveyor and filed with the Re
corder of the City of Pendleton; on
the 10th day of November, 1920, be
and they are hereby adopted and ap
proved, and be it further, resolved
that the cost of making such improve-'
ment shall be a charge and lfen upon
all lots, parts of lots and pnrcela of
land - be benefited by such Improve
ments, and the owners of such lots,
parts of lots and parcels of land, so
specially benefited by such Improve
ment shall be liable for the payment
of the costs thereof, and be It further,
RESOLVED that an Assessment
District IS hereby created to be known
as "Assessment District No. 74" em
bracing the property benefited and
they be assessed for the payment of
such improvements, which Assessment
District shall include all lots, parts of
lots and parcels of land lying and be
ing within the district bounded and
described as follows, to-wlt:
IHtcrlption of A.SHCKni-nt District
No. : i
Commencing on the Southwest cor
ner of Lot Six (6) Block Fifteen (15)
Raley's Addition to Pendleton: thence
North 300 feet and parallel with the
vest line of Lincoln Street; thenc
East 280 feot on the South line of
Haley Street; thence South 300 feet
and parallel with the East line of Un.
coin Street: thence West 260 feet on
the North line of Mark street to the
point of beginning.
And be it further
RESOLVED that a copy of thU
resolution together with the nolle
that the surveyor's estimates of the
i.ropuruon or the cost of said work
to lie charged against each lot, part o
lot and parcel of land Is on file In the
oince or me city Recorder be publish
ed for a period of ten days In the East
v'lwunian, wmcn newsoaner I. h..
ry designated by the Common Council
for the publication thereof.
And further notice Is hereby given
tbat the City Surveyors estimate o(
the probable cost of said Improve
ment to be charged against each lot.
part of lot and parcel of land on ac
count of said Improvement Is now oo
file In the office of The City Recorder,
subject to inspection and examination.
Dated this 26th day of November,
THOS. F1TZ OFJRALD,
WHEN THE ARMY MEETS THE NAVY!
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Henry n. Walthall, famous for his
work on the silent stags under the dl
rectlon of David W. Griffith, and
known the world over to frequenters
of moving picture theatres, will appear
in person In Pendloton at the Oregon
Theater Thursclny nltfht. He comes
to Tcndlelon from Portland where he
appeared In Ibsen's "Shosts."
The vehicle chosen for Mr. Wal
thall s apeparance I n this city Is
"Would you," In which the actor
tkes the part of a temperamental po
et. Playing opposite him will be Mary
Charleson, his wife. There Is a sup
porting cast of excellent talent,
Some of the screen successes In
which .Mr. Walthall played are "The
Hirth of a Nation;" 'The Long Arm
or Mannlster," "Rnmona," "Judith of
Bothulla," "Lord Chumley," "Home
Sweet Home," "The Clansman." and
"Plllarg of Society."
wnen tue Army meu the Nary there U elway. display of artillery. While Uncle a.m:
BlllUn; macearerg are always more or less secret, the dope is out that the elereiii are mighty Wi
matched for the annual game, which will be played at the New York Polo Cronndi Not 27
MMd tuUtMck' W1U th Arffly oyf the atuck ajaln.t Capuin Eweo, Ur nVcUM,
WANTED FOR ROBBERY OF
TRAIN. MAN IS TAKEN AT
DISTANT HOME OF UNCLE
oti'Kkiiukb, Oklft., Nov., 29. (A.
rvenn t:oiiins, mid by federal's.!!,
thoritles to bo wanted in connection
wun tne robbery of a mall rr n..r
Council Bluffs. Iowa, two week, n
was arrested yesterday at the home of
his uncle near Westvllle, fikla. The
arrest was nindo hy Prtstofflce Inspec
tor Adamsnn and two other federal
officers from Kansas ("Hy.
Collins Is being brought to Musko
gee It Was announced last nlcht. Ac
cording tn Postmaster O. V. Wl,lln,lr.
of Westvllle, Who was Informed of the
enpture hy Adamson, Collins put up a
fight when offlccre ttompted M irrest
SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 29 .(A
P. t'hlef of Poli. o U A. White died'
here yesterday from influenxa and
complications after an lllncm of ten
days. . -
He was first appointed chief in
1911 and wus reappointed twice, the
longest continuous service In that of
fice by any man.
ons from various narts nr ih.
try for efficient handling of the Crowds
at the democratic national conven
tion here last June. . He was born in
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