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DAILY EAST OREQOfflAN, fENDLETOW, OBEQOft THURSDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 0, 1920.
ny Twelve More Shopping Bays Are Left Now' Before Christmas I
YOU CAN SAVE TIME BY SHOPPJNG I EKE IN PENDLiGTON'S GREATEST DEl'AltTMENT STORE, WHERE YOU GET THE BEST FOR THE U-
t - PRICE NO MATTER WHAT THE PRICE. .... g
Are always needed and very
much appreciated Christinas Gift
This Christmas finds "wonder
fully prepared to please your most
CoUon"siik,"wool, Lisle, plain and
fancy i S3o, 36a, 5c, to 2.5
' AH are reduced SO per Cent.
Wouldn't he enjoy a Smoking
Jacket? Most men do. What's
nicer than to put on your Smok
Ing Jacket after supper and sit be
fore the fire and read and smoke
and enjoy lire. It's not Juki a lux
ury but it is almost a necessity.
We are showing a fine assort
ment of Smoking Jackets, Lounging
Robes, etc, ' , . '
Priced from $3.00 to $35.00
And all reduced in price to -meet
the lowered cost of living.
The Most Popular Gift
We are agents for the famous
the kind that wears and gives the ser
vice. Silk hose will be boxed if so
desired, si".. i
Wlark. white and brown, the pair,
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.NOVELTY LACK AXI EMBROID
ERED SILK HOSE. ,
KwptionaHy pretty and desirable,'
wljue, Jrown anil, black,, pule. 4.V.
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MDIES' AND CHILDREN
Santa Claus Land awaits you
with a wonderful Xmas spirit and
those most appropriate gift sue
gestions. . fa
Coats, "dresses, suits, furs, wool
and silk scarfs, skirts, blouses,
sweaters, petticoats, silk and cot'
ton underwear, corsets, kimonas,
hath robes, aprons, etc. Many
novelties m toys for infants and
children. We especially invite
your inspection. You will find ser
vice and Suggestions, from our ex
perienced and capable salespeople.
will be here one week
at a very special
The . Delineator
would make an excel
lent Xmas gift.
LEATHER HANDBAGS IN
XMAS NOVELTIES f 1
The new brown hand tooled as "well,
as the newest black leathers are found
in this broad assortment of leather
bags. . Only the newest things are
shown, no old stock. M ,!
Prices from $2.00 to $18.50
Put up In pretty sutln lined boxes eunslsilntf f ht
plus, brooches, braceleiH, wulst sets, cte,': Holld gold
(ops and wummlcil Ko wcur. A groat big si IchIIoii
of thm that would make a pretty girt for nomeonn.
THESE OSTRICH FEATHER
. .FANS.. .
would meet with the approval of the average woman who
attends evening functions. Iilack, white and colors ut It.50
to J 1 9.50.
HA I HAMICS
Silver und gold flnlHh for making up ribbon or silk bugs,
priced at enc, gt.oo $a.73
A STRING OF JET BEADS
r some one of these pretty pcurl sliatids or posxlhly colored
Scads make pretty Xinus gifts , 7,v to fS.OV
You can well afford a blouse or dreys
from one of these Georgtlo crepes at he
price we offer thetn. Illack, while and
colors, special at the yard...,.',.. $1.35
for a dress,' suit, or
cbtitumo would mnko
a dohlruble Chrlstinaa
gift Colon) und black,
40 Inches wide. Special
the yard $T.M
A I'ltHTTV IltKSMl (;OWS '
from one of these brightly colored
would make sonio woman happy. Hhades
of coral, blue and sapphire. Iteduced to
:he yard , : fl.OO
TURKISH TOWEL SETS
Pretty colored borders, comprising one large towel, one medi
um towel, one wash rag, colors are lavender, blue and pink, put
up in Xmas boxes, the set $2.00 and $2.23
THESE SKIRTS ARE HIGH IN POPULARITY
The word ".valtJe" gains a new Interpretation: the word "smurtiiese'' also Hue'
lit these skirts. Quality Is a thing at once apparent In fabric, treatment of style
Come and inspect them, you will quickly, see how charmingly styled they are,
und how different from the general run of skirts. You "n,l no skUuping of
materials: insteud you'll find the fuslilon, the fit and the finish of the most ap
proved. They are very reasonable at these prtcrs.
$8.75 to $36.50. ;; . ; ; ' '
MADI ItI V NAPKINS the
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NAI'MN'HOI.DI.il.s, tray t-loths and
Towels fniln $!. til .1jOO
Cl.l'M'.Y liACi: lK)II.Ii:S, a very prrtly
. . inas gift, each 40c to $3.2
TAI'WtTRY T.ll,i: HI NM:KS. (tmibl.
iialiim tidors of rose and blue, brown
ami gmii. each $5.0 to $19.29
M Wl; ItAKKITS AMD WAXTK PA
i 1'l.lt H.VSK KTS, a wHcunn gift $1.03
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CHRISTMAS CANDIES T v
In bulk or by the bucket Assorted Chocolates, Cut Mixed,
Satin Mixed, Sunbeam Mixed, Crystal Mixed, Broken Taffy, Am
erican Mixed, Royal Mixed.
Extra Special Prices by the bucket O
Fancy Boxed Candies make'excelent Christmas gifts.. ... ,,
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WHEN YOU ARE SHOPPING be sure to?
Ivislt this store, it will pay1 y6u.
I MAKE THIS STORE YOUR IIEADQUAR- I
X TERS. Spend all the time you can here. ;
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I teaspoon vanilla, a pinch of stilt,
sugar, butter and milk. Cook
'I mixture forms a soft ball when
jin cold water.. Remove frnm
Add vanilla, salt, and 'walnut meats,
Beat until creamy. .Pour into butter
Spiced Walnuts 2 cups Diamond
nrana ilea l h, i cup sugar, 1-4 cup wa-
Z'i teaspoon'cinnamon or ginger,
sugar and water and boil until
With the midwinter holidays near
at hand and the youthful demand for
walnuts, popcorn, candles and other
sweetmeats, as keen as evor, the high
cost of Christmas rnieht ) a night
mare for the women folk, but for thel" hardens when dropped in cold wat
JaA that thev can suuulv the house-"- iAK9 Ir,,m "re. stir in cinnamon
hold with home-made candies lni8n' add walnuU. Stir until the nuts
Treat variety, and at an Insignificant thoroughly coated with syrup
riiBt . . opivaa on platter to cool.
, 'Home made candies are easy to pre- ",,nul fivinny turge 2 cups su-
pAre and at the present price of wat-j ear- 1-2 t0P water, 1-2 cup Karo, 1
nuts and sugar they are cheaper than! !'"" vanin, wnue or one. egir.
aivything else that enters into the gen-)"10" usar. water and Kuro until sy
hb4 holirisy plan. Perhaps 5J kinds irUD """" a Da" when tried in cold
d candies cap be made bu using Call- aler- Beat white of egg until stiff
f.'.mta nalnuts. which can now be ! and add """ 'y h" of syrup, beating
liought unhelled In bulk, or shelled 1 constantly. Cook remained until it
f.d packed in glass jars or cans. Herelform a nand 'bal1 '" tried in cold
are a half down walnut candy recipes'""1'"' "nd add siowly to first mix
wetl worth giving a trial- , . . I tur- Bat stiff, add vanllaa
Chocolate Walnut Caramels-r-One i and wll,nutK- turn into buttered pan
cup sugar. 1-2 cup white corn svrup, and out wnen told
1 J-2 cups milk. 1 teaspoon vanllla.j 8uKared " alnuts One cup! sugar,
i squares' chocolate and 1 cun Diamond ! ' tablespoona w ater, 2 cups Diamond
brand walnut meats, yut sugar, corn'1'1"1"11 AVaJn"t Meats. Boil ugar and)
syrup and milk in saucepan, stir until ! water untU "TUP "l''"" a thread, thenj
siiitar is dissolved, bring to lillng)add the al"ut meats and stir until;
Toliit and ImjII until mixture will form i K"KI'r hardens on the nuts. A little ;
a very firm ball when tried In cold;""" improves the taste. j
water. The caramels w hen cold will1 1 j
Ite of the same consistency this firm
hail. Do not beat, as beating ma:
cuse the randy to Jecoine granular.'
Much Unisli shown
Pln'sh and technlmie characterize
the drawings displayed by high school
Siuueuts. ivan Houser, John Gervais,
Archibald Blakeley, Blanche Swaggart,'
Donald tt'oodworth, Hilda Ilaum,
Frances Rogers and others have done
excellent work in drawing, painting
ana lettering. Some of tho drawings
ure to be used in the high school an
nual. Two silk tics, one in shades of deli
cate blue and the other in tones of
Jade, are an example of the "tied and
dyed" work and the use of wax in dy
ing. They are the handiwork of Fran
ces Itogers and Archibald lllakcley of
Hie high school. f
Industrial Work Kliown
Sewing done by high school girls
f"rms a part of the Industrial exhibit.
On display here Is a scarlet blouse.
HE'S NOT AFRAID OF THIS "JACK"
made by Marguerite Humphrey; a silk
"port skirt ninde by Hlunche Swaggort;
a middy, with blue collar and braid.
mane by Marjorle 1'ayne, and a com
bination, showing hand sewn lace,
mndp by Nina fhanrv. An ..lhrUii
"- j. ""; "j viiiuroiuerea centerpiece, and examples
Swaggart: a smart 'brown velvet hat of various kinds of machine work,
completes this display.
MMILKST I'T-OI TS
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Add vanilla, chocolate grated and wal- j Christmas planning are sm;Jl flimeri
not meals cut In large pieces. Pour vases, made by painting Jars in fla-J
caramel Into buttered pan seveo Incheij cotur and dec.jratlng therrt in attrac-'
sq.iare. When cool cut in squares. - . tive designs.
, Chocolate Coated Walnuts Coating , Drawing from nature, with the col-'
Uiuiolate. Diamond Hrand Walnut orlng in the natural tints, are shown. j
Aleut Halves. Melt coating cnocuiaies Hose berries, leaves and flowers have
over hot water, lielng careful that not j been succetf ully used as mudcls by
4lrop of water gets Into chocolate; grade school pupils,
then test it .until cool. Drop In aj The poster work of Helen Cook, and
Diamond Hrand Walnut Meat Half, j Frieda I'ahl, pupils of the eighth grade
it4il with ch-olate, left out wifti cho-lof the Washington shool, - ltohert
.s.lnte dipper "r two-tlned fork and bwfc. of the seventh grade of the Mn
iliop on wsx psiwr or marble slab coin school, and Francis Greulich. of
l, harden. Continue until sufficient the IJncoln school, is noteworthy, s
.ilnuta are caoter. ere the drawings of Thelma Keen and
I'rt.Hh.-l cups brown sugar. 1 bo ulna Webb, of Washington school j
cun, ". UJi-ups Plond BrandAll thj..w, a .fUit )'!. ,iu MlLim JnUi mm.
t .. '..,,; i. i tal'le-jwoji butter, Idesign. , j
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The culinury branch of the art de.
Partment has a niche In the exhibit.
Conserve jams and fruits put up in
Jars by Mubel Htickler, Lucile Pear
son, Kstella .Shepherd. Verna W.-k.
Itachcl Payne. Verna Hampton and
'.uunei Hampton, high school girls,
are shown. 'ostcrs4irging that proper
".u oe leu in homes ore the work of
ouin nigh school and grade pupils,
Hoys Have Israwlua-a
Drawing In the munuul training ex-
Hioii were made by Frank Molstrom,
Waldo De Wilde, Ilex Cramer, Harold
unnnci, Arthur Frankum, ' Curtts
u oaru, and Aaron Webb, of the high
school. The drawings show great ex-
ncutuae and technical skill..
The art work shown was done under
the direction of MIsh Carol Wurten
burger, Miss I.ura Hendricks. Miss
Neva Ijine, and Mrs. Dakar, while Miss
Kate Voorhees directed the domestic
rrlcnco work. Uosc Matthews, Muriel
Hampton und.Kvalyn Davis, of the
high school have been In charge of the;
exhibit during the afternoons, and Mlss
Hendricks, Miss Voorhees and "M'.su
Wurtcnberger during the evening
The exhibit will be shown during li
brary hours for the remulnder of the
week. '. - -. - .-
HeeTywelght Bill Brennaa Is Just wondering whether Jack Dempser can sock ai bard at thla
Jack In the picture can kick. Aiyway. Bill Isn't afraid to play with this one. However, he Isn't to
opUUstlc almut bii Ugbt with Dempsey. scheduled for the Cnrden '(a. 'Nfw Vork on Dee-H He '
doeto't . look Jorward tp the engagement plav iq an sense of tlje wortj. -
MOX CT RWIXO PliAXS
YOontlriued from 'page J.j
saving to the city represents approxU
mately 35 percent over the lower bid.
' 4lnr Install Heating Plant.
The city natatnrltim should have a
heating plant so that the water might
be deprived of lis Icy chllr. the nata-'
tnrluin committee reported. The
pool is making better retin-ns with
each year, the report Indicated, this
yeai-trvront showing ,1.4,1)7,531 -On
January 1 the fund coiilalLvili16S.8?
stul ia. s.u itniMW ...ttiUt.l.s.Mh
f eceiyeU, " EupenseB for the lummer
were $844.69, leaving a balance on
Docombcr 1 of 1SD7.42. Keductliig
the balance from January 1 leave tho
nei pronu The councllmen did not
act upon the suggestion to install the
heating plant but discussion centered
about the belief that the pluco would
have to be enclosed to make a heat
ing plant effective. . f ' , . ,n
Resolutions were lead approvlna-
tho plans, specifications and estimates'
for the Improvement of Jefferson-.
street from Jackson to' Washington-
und Washington atroct -from Joffer.
son to Main, as well as the lntorsut;
tlons. The engineer's estimate .of the.
coat of these Improvements is IJ552..
40. , . ,., .
Resolutions were also read for the;
Improvement of 70 feet on Clay street
between Alta and Court streets. Thrno'.
lots are affected by the assessment.
two of which belong to the Pendleton'.
iron works and the other to c . ji
Beltx. "The owners filed a waiver for-',
the usual proceedings of advertising v
and calling for bids, asking that the,
contract for tho work be let at- once
providing It did not exceed the engt-t. .
neer"s estlmato of gg.2(i;' . - '-' ' .
The Warren Construction Co. was.
not willing to undertake a private eon
tract with the owners except upon a
cash basis' und the city probably wilt
be obliged to act In the regular clmnJ
ncls before the Improvement can be-
indo. ' , , . . ;,
' Park Nile CimslilereU. ' (
"Kxtenslon of the option on block"
6t, reservation addition, which the"
city will buy for a park as soon an the.
$8000 Is received from the' sale of:
bonds, wus asked by the council. City
Recorder Fits Gerald will get In
touch with the-Hlsters of-ftt. Francis,
who own the property, to Insure their ',
granting tVi Option until the fund -are
avallabte. " " ' .' ' ;
Mrs. Klla Terpennlng1 lijae appoint
ed a member of the city lllirary board
In place of Mrs. Kcimnth McKus, who .
has not suallfled. '-HeVetiil city loans
were considered 'lust night and exten
sions granted tn sotns- cases.' Those
whose Interest payments are tn tr'
rears will he dealt with bjr the elly at-
torney, -11 was declded. ' I
"'lTh6 Xove.mb.er yBttt.) of Clty,Jt. I
totdaa-a'iiooia l iu .U(i('"4d .Wiq.waiU.
ana ocaereo nieq,
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