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DAILY EAST OEEGONIAN. PKNDtgtOX,Q.S?'a05.,JIQNJ3AY EVENING, DECEMBER 20, 1920,
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Yo" c;,n,t affoi(1 10 F,ul ninch time shopping from place to place so it will pay you to e
quality, new, oris)) and fresh and it Cvll be the best for the price, no matter wjhat the price.
come here first. You'll find here what you want, it will be of first
-A PAIR OF BLANKETS ,
Make a mighty fine Xmas gift for some
one. We are showing a world of beautiful
plaids and plain colors in soft, warm fleecy
wool blankets. at a great big reduction of 20
$10.00 Blankets for . . . . . . . ...... . $8.00
520.00 .Blankets for S16.00
DOWN OR WOOL COMFORTERS
Another suggestion for a Xmas gift. All re
duced for Christmas sellingthe pair. . $4.50
GOLD TOPPED JEWELRY
Waist sets, hat pins, bar pins, brooches, etc.
Special at each 98c
SPECIAL SALE OF .MOCHA
Gray and browns in best imported pique
sewn selling regularly at $5.00 and $5.50, re
duced for Christmas seling, the pair. . . $1.50
will be here Tuesday afternoon in the Bar
gain Basement at 2 o'clock to all children
under 10 years of age-who are accompanied
by a parent. He'll have a present for each
child, so be sure and come.
. As a gift there could be nothing more ac
ceptable. Such fine soft kid leather and what
a "comfy" inside. They come in several dif
ferent colors most suitable for house wear
and they come in all sizes.' You'll like to give
them as a gift and they'll be most acceptable.
ftr iU j CUanlines
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fort-, su' Jt-;.' mhe
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A TRUNK &8t& A SUIT CASE
A TRAVELING BAG
Any one of them would make a mcst appropriate and acceptable Christmas gift
for any member of the family boy, girl, man or woman.
TIiU jviu- wo hat Hm1 i) pnins nr (ioiil.li- to sim iiic n wiiiuli i rnl stin k it lln se uiliilcs nnU our
Jiate rn-iimt for us a vi'ty fine showui".
WE ARE AGENTS TOR THE CELEBRATED HARTMAN WARDROBE TRUNKS
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An well us other goo.l m;il;ps.. Kvi ry style (if trunk. N lu rp.
All Are Specially Priced for Your Christm as Choosing. '
SIO.IMI Trunks are Itclncol to SJ.0."
$12.50 Trunks lire litiimtil o , , SH.Hri
S 1 5.00 Trunks are Koilucvd to SI 1.90
St7.."iO Trunks arc HciIuitiI t SI3.B7
20.(l Trunks are liitltutil to St. 1.75
S22.50 Trunks arc 1'Iih''I to $17,110
$25.00 Trunks art- Holucitl to SULKS
S27.50 Trunks an- Jtnliuitl to S2I.IIO
$::o.oo Trunks arc 1'iiltul to ., Sill.tiO
S:t5.0 Trunks an- KiiImm iI t
S to.oo Trunks are Kolunxl to
$15.00 Trunks ar.JCiiliii to
$5(.tto Trunks nfi- ICttluTl tit ....
Stio.oo Trunks lir HihIiiiiiI to
SH.1.00 Trunks atv liiiluiixl to
$75.0(1 iVunks hio Kiilini'd to . . . .
SS5.0U Trunks arc Kcduiiil to
SlflO.OO Trunks are r.clui-c to
?i')fl.H0 Trunks iuc Ki ilin nl Id . . .
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. $5 1 .95
. . $711.90
ALL SUIT CASES AND DAGS ARE REDUCED THE SAME AS THE TRUNKS.
We have some very fine fitted las and suit cases. Complete traveling sets that are so convenient when
..u. -,. ...r, ,c uii aijuMi, up iu vne luiuuie id every detail. It any of your friimjs an
you ruuiim i piease mem more man Co give a piece of q uality Iticgase.
Ask to see our stock, it will be Instructive whether you wish to buy or not.
ire going to travel
on Jxain or Shine '
Just at a time, too, when you will want to buy
one as a gift for someone, , , (
$10.00 Umbrellas, Christmas Price: . . r. $8.00
$13.00 Umbrellas, Christmas Price. ... $12.00
$18.00 Umbrelas, Christmas Price...'. $14.40
$20.00 Umbrellas, Christmas Price. . . . $1(5.00
$23.00 Umbrellas, Christmas Price. . . . $20.00
SILK VESTS AND BLOOMERS f
Jlade 6f Italian Silk in flesh 'color, values to ?5
$3.50,, reduced to, "each ".. . . . 5" $3.43
HI D'li ri i t "
All Dress Goods Reduced.
All While Goods Reduced.
, All Knit Underwear Reduced.
WOMEN'S PURE LINEN INITI-
Ah iiandkeik:iuefs r
Dainty initiah,.hantl embroidered, each" 63c,
2 lor 51.25,
store open evenings ;
This store- will he open till 8:30 Wednes-,
day, Thursday and Friday evenings for the
'convenience of Christmas shoppers who can
not shop during the day. !
GIVE THE KIDDIES FUR SETS
i OF IfELLMSLE QUALITY
; We carft iinagind the girl whose eyes would
not sparkle with pleasure at the sight of a
delightfully opportune gifts and are inex- J?
pensive, too, if bought here. Prove this by in- Ja
Our Stock of Holiday Goods is Complete.
. Mince Meat, in packages, in bulk and in
glass. Cider, Molasses, Raisins, large cluster,
seeded and seedless;. Figs, Dates, Cranberries.
Adirondack Pure Maple.
NUTS - -Walnuts,
Almonds, Brazils, Peanuts, Pecans,
Hazelnuts, Plum and Fig Pudding, in all size
cans. Christmas Candies in bulk and in boxes.
GIVE A MERCHANDISE .
: When in doubt nothing is so pleasing as a
gift certificate. We sell them any amount,
and the recipient chooses her own gift for
; the amount of the certificate.
For sale at Cashier's desk.
LEATHER HANDBAGS IN
The new br6wn 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.
Prices from $2.00 to $18.30
Wouldn't he enjoy a Smoking Jacket?
, Most men do. What's nicer than to"-put--Tn
your Smoking Jacket after supper and sit be
fore the fire and read and smoke and enjoy
life. It's not just a luxury but it is almost a
We are showing a fine assortment of Smok
ing Jackets, Lounging Robes, etc.
Priced from $3.00 to $33.00
And all reduced in price to meet the lowered
cost of. living. -
' ; ; SANTA CLAUS UNIFORMS
He are taking orders for Santa Claus uni
forms. Inquire in the Bargain Basement.
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ftwJ r?, - .Kvvra TO TRADE ..(B-'.lWTl.'.jt
TICKETS FOR "UP IN MABEL'S ROOM"
are on sale at our wrapping desk.
MA.V1LA. Trcj 20. (A. P.)
Charges ot munler v,ill lie fiiPtl in
cwirt today l,y lh oily pros-utor
UKainst 7T I'hilmpine ronslnhulnrv foI-
l;crn as a result nt the rioting Weiincs- i "Inves'tisratlon or other men and
liiy in which four Americans ani jnffii era of the constabulary who may
;-vn Filiiilnoa were killed, Governor 'be culpa Wo or may be implicated in
'General FranciH Burton Harrison an
'noiincpii today. He raid cnarges even
tually would he made against all who
participated in the firin&vr were con
nected with the alleged consinaracy.
I The 77 soldiers have been confined in
i he Insular penitentiary for safe -keep
ing, on i-fdition charges filed yester
day by the city prosecutor. Governor
i Harrison nan ordered the removal of
,the constabulary barracks outside the
j city of Manila.
the unspeakable" affair Wednesday
misht is- being continued !w my in
structions," said Harrison. "' "Action
will be takc-Q according to circum
stances as they develop. The sedition
charges were made in order to hold the
soldiers pending a more serious aocu-
MEDICINE AND DRUGLESS
HEALING CONTEST IS OFF
. SPOKANE, Dec. 20. (A. P.) A
proposed contest of skill between
''.Scientific Medicine" and dniglesf
healing as tentatively planned by a
"HMHHHIItmilHIHIHMMIHH:iMMHMMM!nlml"r ,4f 'fa'l'nsr Hp'.kane physicians
aim orumess ne.iiei!,, win noL oe neiu
under direction of the league for con
servation of public health, it was an
nounced today following a meeting of
the county medical associations with
a number of league officials from
I!Hr..'S:KX.S, Dec. 20. (Ry Carl IX
Oroat, I V. Staff Correspondent.)
Tho serious economic situation In
Europe iH gradually smothering hat
reds out of (he world war. In the opin
ion of many menfters of the Inter
allied financial conference.. Jteallzn
ti'm that conditions cannot become
stabilized until Germany is on the way
to n establishment, together with an
apparent desire of German represen
tatives to lay all th'eir cards on the
table, resulted In a feeing that there i.s
much to be accomplished. j
In the present meetimr ree;irdinir
restoration 01' rnnini.pHnl .-..Ii..; I
with the former enemy country.
Tag 'Em Up
A big fine Turkey for that Xmas
dinner. We have 'cm. Some of the
finest on the market. Ducks, Geese,
I Chickens and Turkeys.
"Tiis Table Supply"
Phone 187 and 1 83 : 739 Main Street
CHAS. D. DESPA1N & CHAS. W. GOODYEAR "
A. C. Koeppen & Bros.
Tlie Kmc Store That Scrres
l!l)KTfiN,,i)e,. .2(1. fA.- I'.) Two
Pacific I'oast sliidenta were appointed
to Ijhodea scholnrships at large os the
result of this yeafs- election, announc
ed by prof.ss'or Frank Adelolte of the graduate siudv
Massachuselts Institute of Technolot-v ..n v
A"",H', 'n "f" r"""'y " 'he Hbo'lcs irus for the relief of Melgluiii.
tees. They are IJoyd Ilnberly, of 811
verton. Oregon, ailtl Itichard If. Scho
field of Los Angeb'S. ''
Ifaberly, who was graduated from
jlleed College. Portland, in .1018, to
hnl-r oT n. Onrneglo frlnwshlp In In-
ternatlonal law and Is now a student In
Harvard gradual, school. Scofb ld, a
Rrnduate of Iho 1'nlverKlly ot Cnlifor
tiia ,in the class of 1919. and recipient
of the degree of master of nrls from
the university after a ver of post
Is now In nrussels on a
fellowship offered by th commission
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With the High Cost of Living:. Buy' Your Cro
- . ceries From
. REST RUTTER, LB.
Sugar, sack .. ...1.....;.'
Coffee, Hills Red and M.J. B., 1 lb..
. . . . 50c
Hour, per barrel $100
Soap, Crystal White and Bob Whilcii bars $1
Best Enslish Walnuts, 3 lbs. . . . ; $1.00
Corn, Solid Pack, 6 cans .......... . . .. . $1.00
Peas, extra qyality, 5 cans V. . ; . .' . . . $1.00
Cottolene,'. : .. . . . . :.med. size $1.23, lartre $2.2f
Best Crepe Toilet Paper; 3 rolls 25c
Corn Meal, 9 lb. sack . . .' ;,M$c
Oranges, dozen . . . . : - . . . : 4 5c 50c and 75c