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DAILY EAST OREOpOTAN, PFNDLETON, OREGOBf. THURSDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 23, 1920.
fj it w ill jm you to sliopliere jvlre the fareVl and most ef iici
de ever shown in Pendleton is here for your choosing.
sufficient sales force in Pendleton awaits your wtelies. The greatest stoel-J of new desirable iinereliaii-,.
WOMEN'S SWEATERS AND SCARPS
Sweaters In nil sizes
and choice styles, somev
with minora collar and
cuffs with patent lea
ther belts, others plain
with fancy weave,
while others we offer
In women's anil chil
dren's slipover styles or
All are greatly re
dueed, values up ' to
$;.!, priced from
S5.55 ! S22.,t.
Wool Hint Silk Scarfs
in the newest stripes
an.l nilxturea, a sift
any woman 1 would be
glad to recieve. And
they are economically
PETTICOATS ARE FRIENDLY
THINGS TO GIVE AS GIFTS
Most people who see our display of silk pet
ticoats are surprised surprised at the great
varieties we offer as well as at the attractive
prices we are quoting. "Whether you intend
spending a large amount or a small one, you
will most likely find here for any price you
want to spend an undeiskirt that will please
you as well as the one who receives it.
SPORT SKIRTS . '
THE ALWAYS USEFUL GIFT THAT
PLEASES ALL WOMEN
Milady has probably admired one or more
of these skills. Whatthen could you select to
meet with greater appreciation. The smart
est of sports skirts as shown here are in sub
dued deep color livened by stripes and plaids
of gray, blues and vivid green, or orange; or
scarlet and plaids that embody the dark
browns, and henna so attractive in the winter
plaids, that are always so smart and will prove
popular with the incipient.
MEN'S SMOKING JACKETS
ONE HALF PRICE
The smartest styles in
Pendleton, new, up to the
minute models that will
please any man. Nothing
could make a more accept
able Christmas gift. Your
choice One Half Price.
REDUCTIONS FOR THE LAST SELLING
DAY BEFORE CHRISTMAS '
A splendid opportunity to buy -desirable
gifts at a small cost.
Silk Umbrellas Reduced 20 Per Ct.
Indian Robes reduced from $16.50 to. . $15.00
Pendleton Bath Robes reduced to $23.00
Bed Blankets reduced 20 per ct..
Comforters reduced : 20 per ct.
Bed Spreads reduced 13 per ct.
Silks reduced liberally.
Dress Goods reduced liberally.
Turkish Towel Sets $2.25 to $1.93
Silk Bloomers and Vests .reduced to... $3.43
SWEATERS GIFT DE LUXE
The woman who likes pretty things cannot
fail to be delighted on Christmas morn when
she opens the box and takes from its tissue
wrappings a beautiful sweater." Pretty they
will be if chosen from our assortment which
comprise angora sweaters in lovely color com
binations; coat sweaters of pure wool in
charming effects; thesc3 and many others of
equal attractiveness are assembled where
folks who' anticipate giving sweaters as
Christmas gifts can select a model to fit all
ages, and for every occasion, $3.75 to $28.30.
slwy JTn'vrn fir it.J CWflrtlin..
All imer UiMAt Call 7C.
Christmas Candies and Nuts, crisp, fresh,
' Fancy Box Candies make most excellent
Fancy Spitzenberg, Delicious, Winesap,"etc.
The best for the price, no matter what the
EVEN UNDERWEAR CEASES TO
when imbued with your Christmas wishes for
health, warmth and comfort. Surprise and
please him by giving him better than he would
select for himself.
Lewis Union Suits $2.50 to $12.00
G. & M. Silk Union Suits. . . . $11.50 to $14.50
Cotton Ribbed Union Suits'. .... $1.98 to $3.50
Wool two piece suits, per garment 98c to $3.00
Fit and service guaranteed.
Every garment is reduced to present day
prices, which means a saving of at least 20
per cent to you.
REAUTIFUL NEW THINGS FOR
Our stocks are prepared to provide for
every infant's necessity to a nicety. Their
quality is of the sterling kind, their fashion of
the finest and truest kind, and the prices
marked on them are the lowest that any mo
ther can pay with a certainty of getting the
best the market affords in all that makes for
style, quality and satisfaction. They are Rat
tles, Toilet Sets, Bootees, Sacques, Toques,
Sweater Sets, Bibs, Toilet Sets, Kid and Silk
Shoes, Hangers, Floating Toys, Dolls, Etc.
All for your Xmas choosing.
. $15.00 SILK SHIRTS S7.50
Here's a chance
for you to give n sfeZ
present uiui rtwiWUVMr-.
CUIC IAI jjicaov.
.crepe de chines,
beaut iful pat
terns and colors,
good makes, val
ues you'll not
$15.00 Values for
MEN'S BATH ROBES
'(V. HALF PRICE
We have' some very attractive robes, , new
patterns, smart styles and good qualities,
Your choice One Half Price. . .
DOLLS OF EVERY SORT AND 8
ALMOST EVERY NATIONALITY
The assemblage of dolls at this store is
large enough to make the heart of every little s
girl beat with, joy. $
There are large dolls, medium sized dolls, &
and the big stately dressed dolls with bcauti- W
ful hair and eyes that close in dreamy slum- j$
ber. Such an assemblage! It seems to be a si
real World's Congress, with representatives
from every country. And mothers will be $
pleased to know that it is easy to choose a SI
lovablo doll for almost any price they have m S3
mind to pay as is shown by these few speci-
men values, $1.98 to $22.50. , g
All offered at a
big discount for Xmas
BRING YOUR PACKAGES TO US, WE'LL
WRAP THEM FOR YOU AND POST THEM.
raram&a oaffEST department bt&z
r-ii -v -a . s it l
iM.WHRE IT PAYS TO T R A
BOUDOIR CAPS REDUCED TO PRICE g
Women's Neckwear Reduced 20 Per Cent. $
Mocha Gloves $500 and $5.50 reduced to. . $4.-0 u
Table Linen Pattern Cloths reduced 20 per cent
(Hast Ore?nnian Special.)
VMAPIN'E. Lx-c. 23. Wednesday
evening at the hull, 1'mapine celebrat
. ed the Chrijjtmaa season with a com
munity Christmas tree program and
Santa Claus. The event wa? the first
of Ks kind since the world war. The
ho'Jte was crowded and enjoyed a
firct clasa program which was follow
ed by the distribution of 250 sacks of
candy, nuts and popcorn balls. The
program vai a follows:
Son? "It Came upon a Midnight
clear." Community Choristers.
I 'layer Fiev. Kenoyer.
i. Duet Mural Beauehamp, Zclla
Itecitotion Eoliby Saunders.
Kxercise Mrs. Stockton s room.
Fong Jenishy. Children.
Itentatioti Margaret Kirk.
Holo Thelma Phillips.
Kxercise Miss Withee's Room.
Chorus "Joy to the World."
Kecilation Hazel Saunders.
uniL ".Silent X.v.ht,". by Children.
Kor.g Seventh and Eighth Grades.
I'.eadintf Gladys Record.
Solo Leora l'hilippl.
GUILTY OF MURDER
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rrillfic Fterk'a room
Chorus Adeste Fldcles.
On Thursday afternoon the ladies of
tha Presbyterian Aid Society were en
tertained at dinner by Mrs. T. O. Good
man at her home northwest of t'ma
pine. About 25 ladies and pentlemen
were present and during the day the
society made candy sacks and strung
popcorn for the community Christmas
tree.' Those present were Mr. and Mrs.
philippi, Mr. and Mrs. D. O. Saunders,
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Bean, Rev. J. W.
Wilson and Mesdames A. A. Wilfley, E.
Moore. Floyd Goodman, J. E. Jones,
J. T. Harrah, John Allen, J. P. Cald
well, Fred Hodgen, Edgar Holm; Miss
Delia Philippi, and Mrs. W. A.' Smiley
of Walla Wnlla, R. K. Brady and Mr.
and Mrs. T. O. Goodman,
j Miss Margery Franks took the
I teachers' examination in Pendleton
I test week, her place In the seventh i
and eighth grades being supplied by
I J. W. Wilson. j
Dean Beauehamp, Romine Kirk, j
t Warren Records and Arthur Kirk, i
(students of ). A. C. at Corvallls and j
ll'mapinc hiKh school graduates, arriv
j cd home Friday to spend Christmas
acation with their parents in this
On Wednesday evening: the young
people of the community chnrivaried
the new bride and groom, Mr. and Mrs.
Wilbur Martin, at the home of the
brides parents .Mr. and Mrs. J. D.
Coplen. The young people will make
their home at Moro. Ore. Mrs. Martin
was a teacher in the Pleasant View
tchool and her place for the remainder
!of the term will be taken by Raymond
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Jonen were Snn
day dinner gniests at the, home of Mr.
land Mrs. C. P. IMxson of Sunnyside.
Miss Dealtry Rean, one. of the Vin
cent hlsh school students, has been
j confined to her home this week with
' Miss Mary Reck spent the week-end
las the guest of Miss Uiin Records at
Wc.lla Walla. I
j t'maprne teachers take their Christ
!ma vacation on Friday December 24th
i until January 3, 1921. Miss Ijeora j
Iphlltpp will go to Arlington to be with,
I her parents; Miss Witheo goes to Am-j
i it v. Ore.; Miss Pauline Reck and sis
Iter Mary leave Thursday night for!
'forvallis; Mr. and Mrs. J. AV. Stock
Uon will upend their Christmas in Port
land while Miss Hobbs and Marer
i Franks 'Rill be with their parents at
j Walla Walla. Principal J. D. Har
ah, and primary teacher, Mrs. "Lotta
iMclMniel will remain In I'maplno.
PICKS AMERICAN - BEAUTY QUEEN
1912 -------- 192Q
TOLEDO. O. Ur. Mrtle
llemnler U the first woman to b
trid tn LncaJ-co for Border since
women er granted suDrags. A
Juiy tn Common Pleat Court bat
ronlcte4 her on a second degree
. hsrgs.'t Mr. Hemle snot and
killed to Conilno. who was said
to t U lov with ber married
daoghtE,( Bh claimed Cousino
threaten(l the girl and ber hus
band n bvih4 Wffl W aavf
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, "If you have any eense of Justice or
reallwition of the harm you have
caused baseball, or had one spark of
manhood, or oiik regard for the 6n'e
which has made you possible, you
would tender jour resignation ns pres
ident of the American league before
causing any further fiarm.
If voti wish to go Into any discus
sion, either privately( or publicly, of
FOOD FOR CHILDREN TO
our relations since my connection won
the American league In 1916, I will bo
pleased to meet you at any timo or
place you mention. Rut, in the mean-
. "',M ' 'for of 1215 barrels of flour, valued at
I Boston American league baseball club
1 or nte personally."
Straight from the wheat fields of
ITmatilla rotiniy will go food for the
starving children of Europe, for Rob
ert K, Smith, Hlnte chairman of the
driver has accepted the county's of-
' NEW YORK Miss Ruby d
Hemer,1 stage and motion plo
ture actreas, la the 1920 Ameri
can beauty queen. In the judg
ment olno leas an authority '
than raul Hellean, famous
French artist. Ilellean think
American women are the moat
beantlfnl in the world. Eight
years ago be picked Mrl. Leon
ard M. Thomas, now Mrs. John
flnrrymora, as the finest exam
ple of American beauty. Mlea
de Remer, bit 1920 choice, is a
Colorado girt who makes ber
home In New York. Picture
shows Mrs. Btrrymore (left),
Mtea da Remer (rlfbt) and
Force account construction of city
works is to bo attempted again, ac
cording to a decision made by the city
council at its weekly meeting last
night. It rejected the only bid for the
construction of J4 crosswalks and or
dered Ihe city engineer to do the work
by force account when the weather
condition)! are such that the laying
of cement will be feasible.
Fmnk Duprat, Ihe only bidder, sub
mitted a figure of 40 cents a square
foot. Tho street committee reported
that Ihe walks should be laid at a sav
ing of one-third and this will bo tried
out. Recently the clty,saved one-third
on the laying of several blocks of sew
er on Turner street and has been
painting its half of the I.ee street
bridge by force account on tho city
street superintendent's account.
A petition from residents of West
Itailroad and Oak streets for a street
light at that intersection was allowed
The matter of a special appropriation
for the services of the city nttorney
1 who hss been at Portland atttendlng
tho hearing of the telephone rate case
was laid upon the table.
Rills and other routine matters oc
cupied the attention of the meeting,
which was brief. George A. Hartman,
mayor-elect, was present to get in
thorough touo hwllh proceedings. The
meeting next Wednesday will be the
last of the present council.
7.71 5.2.'. in lieu of a cash donation.
J. V. Tollman, comity chairman; wir
ed Mr. Smith and states that the
funds collected In this county would
be used to buy the flour which is to be
shipped in Jule bags, comprising three
carloads. Ijcal men originated- the
Idea in connection with the "Buy &
Barrel of Flour" campaign.
Air. Tall nui n in confident that tho
entire county is over Ihe top for the
entire quota, nllhough he has not yet
received official notification. Pendje
ton, whose quota was $4 0110, has ful
filled tho obligation, and It is thought
other communities have also.
Jlermlston reported In today with
$436.48 for the European relief fund
and has still more coming, C. S. Mc.
Naught, local chairman, advised C. K.
Cranston, of the Pendleton Commer
cial Association. The west end com
munity was asked for f 4n nd already
has exceeded lis jpiota. Mr Mc
N'aught said he would retain tho re
relpt books until nil the money had
been turned In to him and the balance
will be forwarded -to headquarters
I NEW YORK,
Dec. 23. f A.
Characterizing as deliberate
hosi, ptatements credited to
I Johnson relative to the election of di
I rectors of the American league, Ilar
irv If. Fiabee, president of the Boston
I club, today In a letter to Mr. Johnson
the league, and declared there can be
no peace -while both remain In the Am
The statements credited to Mr.
false-1 Johnson and to which Mr. Frazee took
',Jin 1 exception were:
"The league had slwnvs resorted to
the ballot instead of using the usual
rotation method for the election of the
hoard of directors, when it was found
undesirable member to the board."
and "it whs the sentiment that two
lumbers be not brought Into the di
rectorate as they attempted to wreck
the American league."
"I had hoped that you had learned
something in the past two years," Mr
Frszec's letter continued, "and since
the agreement of peace was reached
in Chicago 1 fiavo refrained from niak-
callcd for attack uon Mr. Comisltey
anrl myself, I think It Is about time for
you to stop muking threats and prove
some of the many misleading state
ents and assertions that you have
made, regardless of the attitude of
anybody else in the Americnn league.
I want you to know that from this
time on, there can be no peace as far
as I am concerned, w hile you and I re-
1 invited him tv rcn-oti as president of i the rotation method wjuld bring an lii any comment, but upon this un-tuuin in the American league.
BAV FRANCISCO, Dec. 23. (A. P.)
Harry Brolaskl, a broker was sen
tenced here yesterday to two years'
imprisonment and a fine of 1 10,000
and his co-defendant Douglas Newton
to two yenrs and the payment of a 5,
000 fine following their conviction in
federal court here on a charge or con
spiring to violate tho federal prohibi
tion enforcement act. Brolaskl had
been termed by federal officers the
"master-mind' of a widespread liuuur
ANOTHER PRODIGY ;
Add Fred Santee of Wapwallo.
pen. Pa., to tho rear's crop of
child prodigies, lie Is 1J years
old and a freshman at Harford.
He likoi It, but he thinks rlrf.i
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