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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN. PENDLETON? OREGON, MONDAY EVENING, JANUARY 24, 1021.
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WE WILL PLACE ON SALE FOR FINAL CLEARANCE OUR ENTIRE STOCK
OF 400 OVERCOATS AT ONE HALF P RICE.
$25.00 Overcoats ' $12.50
$30.00 Overcoats . $15.00
$35.00 Overcoats $17.50
$40.00 Overcoats $20.00
$45.00 Overcoats $22.50
$50.00 Overcoats $25.00
$60.00 Overcoats $30.00
$65.00 Overcoats $32.50
$70.00 Overcoats $35.00
$75.00 Overcoats $39.50
$30.00 Overcoats . . . . ; $40.00
$35.00 Overcoats $42.50
$90.00 Overcoats $45.00
$100 Overcoats $50.00
All these desirable Overcoats made by such famous makers as Society Brand,
Holtz of Rochester, Kirschbaum and Hornthal, Fisk and Co. To anticipate your
future needs at this great reduction is true thrift.
Pendleton's Leading Clotliiers
MILADY PURCHASER ALL GOG
r' AT SPRING REVELATIRMS IN
! ? JANUARY OF SUMMER SUITS
(Written lor The United Press.)
KEW YORK, Jan. 24. New York"
manufacturing district is working upon
spring models full-tilt this first month
of the new year, and even the retail
trade is showing; advance lines, while
Milady purchasers is quite agog at
these spring revelations . in January,
fityls trends have not really crystalix
d as yet, although various lines show
some points of similarity which tell
What the season's mode will be.
i Suits are more varied than anything
1e, especially in the matter of trim
ming. Some houses use colored em
broideries, others exploit the use of
fcrsvld In novel designs, while others
enliven ths eostume with gay beaded
trimming. Perhaps the latter is most
Wi favor, for each house shows at least
some bead-trimmed suits. Borne mod
el are very gay -with motifs of vari
cvlored beads, while others use jet and
' Many of the cape-back suits have a
beaded pattern about the cape edge.
Navy blue, as usual, Is the season's
favored suit color, Tricotine is the
twlanlng material, and It is these
standard blue tricutine sulu thut faunt
tek.red beads more than any of the
others. One model combines henna
and peacock blue heads with foes of
ttif same shades. The foss acts as
;om or tendril and the beads are com
pitied Into a floral motif which is "used
opHhe long Tuxedo collar, the flare
cliffs, and the coat peplum.
n the whole, there Is a similar cut
tj 11 the suits. This is the short front
( with the longer or "slouch" back.
This effect developed from the winter'?
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I0URISTS IN SPOKANE I ' ' . . . .
Name "Bayer" on Genuine
vogue for the "huddled" wrap this is,
the wrap clutched up in the front, talk
ing back upon the shoulders, and thus
showing a lower back length than
fronts This fad is transferred to the
suit coat rather than the skirt in the
rpring line. Spring belts which are
plain, beaded, or embroidered are used.
A few houses are making satin suits
in place of the taffeta line of former
black. Many sport models of tweed
are also upon the market, but Jerseys
are practically out of the showing.
The winter vogue for plaid, pleated
spirts Is holding over for the spring
season. Contrary to expectation, the
color effects are even darker than they
have been for winter wear. Tan Is the
main color in all the plaid effects and
navy and tan, or brown and tan are
the leaders. Black and white effects
are also very prominent. Both box and
kilted models are shown and even
plain gathered or shirred lines are
upon the market. .
Tailored flannel skirts in white trim
med with red or green aliening and
buttons are a big line for resort wear.
White and red or -white and green
checked effeats are also very good.
Colored silk skirts use faille almost ex
clusively and the Spanish effect as
given by a low, highly-colored sash is
very popular. Sashes of color upon
white flannel or crepe de chine skirts
are also very prominent.
SrOKAXE, Wash.,Jan. 24. (A. P.)
Automobile tourists spent approxi
mately $1,250,000 In Spokane durin;
1920, according to Frank W. Guyberr,
President of the Eastern Washington
Highway association. Fifty thousand
machines, carrying 150.000 pesson
entered the city during the, year, ac
cording to estimates of Mr. Guilben.
He says that each person stayed in'
Spokane a day and a half at an aver
age expenditure of $5.
Automobiles from all but two us
the 48 states registered during lSso
at the National Parks Highway offno
here, as have machines from Canada
Hawaii, Mexico, Holland, Philippine
Islands, South America and Alaska.
The two states from which no cars
were registered are Alabama and Dele
ware. Registered at the highway offn
were 216 cars from California, 254
from Montana, 82 from Idaho and 2s:
SAYS SCHWAB DID NOT
' GET HiS EXPENSES PAID
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He looked a sorry sight as he limp
ed into the insurance office. Bandages !
were numerous, and he walked with
the aid of a cruteh.
"I have called to make application
for the amount due on my accident
policy," he said. "I fell down a long
flight of stairs the other evening and
sustained damages that will disable
riie for some time to come."
The manager gave him a firm look.
"Young man," he replied, "I have
investigated your case, and find that
you are not entitled to anything. It
could not be called an accident, for
you certainly knew that the young la
dy's father was at home." Baltimore
Taks no chances with substitutes!
Unless vuu aee the name "Bayer" on
I-cka or on tablets you are not get
tint genuine Aspirin prescribed by
Physicians for twenty-one years anc
oed safe by millions. Take Aspirin
PMr s told In th liaier package for
t'pMs, Hadache, Xeuralgia, Ilheuma
tm. Earache, Toothache. Lunilmg-'
Bd for Pain. Handy tin boxes ol
tweivs Wsjier Tablets of Aspirin cost
f w cents. Druggist also sell larger
IsrlniMk Aspirin Is th trade mark
of Haver Manufacture of Monoacetic-
rideiiler 'f Mil) lii ncid, j
WASHINGTON. Jan. 24. (P. P.)
Charles M. Schwab never received a
cent from the government for salary
or expense while serving in the ship
ping board during the war, Charle
Piez, former director-general of the
cmereencv fleet corporation, em
phatically declared before the Walsh
commission investigating shipping
board expenditures here. Ho made
the statement in commenting on th
charge laid before the committee in
New York that a voucher for $26,
( 00 was paid Schwab for his expenses.
TOKIO, Jan. J4. (A. P.) Immed
iate vacuattt.n of Siberia, universal
suffrage and lnslstance upon Japan
rights In California, IS demanded In
resolutions adopted of a general uat-
lng of the Kenseikah the opposition
party of Japan, (
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The "Buyer"1 is Abroad in the Land,
Armed With Some Clipped Want Ads.
He'll look you up if his scissors have encountered
your "for sale" ad.
He'll be clipping and answering ads tomorrow,
too, and yours ought to be there when he reads the
paper if you have ANYTHING TO SELL.
"Used things," always find buyers if they're still
USEFUL THINGS-if, to SOMEBODY, they are
Ion Chaney 7
James Oliver Curwood's
'Nomads of the North'
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