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DAILY EAST ORECONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, FRIDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 4. 1021.
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Tift othervCs.. . replied in this paper
end 1m) tlt- locsl news puMii-lied herein.
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Sum-Weekly. Ihn o mouths iiy mail ,5m j
I i'lyspock mistakes against the greatest army the wcrtd lms ever
soon." - ' ', ' ;
"For every mistake ma'de in the A. E. F.,' you have been
waiving the same mistakes here in Washington for n hundred
years. Hell, Maria, we weren't trying to keep a set of books;
we were trying to win a war." -
To win the war was not only the purpose, of the A. E. F. but
the purpose of all our war machine It was the president's one
great purpose and that nurnose was enrrioH nut In iew nf iho
n m , 'i'sulU attained it has been, as Dawes said, a hellish shame to be
ptLM is uy spec mistakes in the greatest army the world has
;, over known.
J. C. Penney Co., A Nat ion-Wide Institution
WiLLARD IS WILLING
- TO FIGHT LABOR DAY
I .in-: IS STH.l. SWT'KT.
(I'.v Krnk ! Stanton.) -
ang 'J sunshine: and life Is still sweet
ure, there was never a sorrow, my dear;
See how (lie red Mourns are rained ;il jour feet!
They are wreath you shall wear!
Son and sunahine! Ana Ufa Is complete;
Hope is too raOijmt d'ow for n fenr
To l.licM any Miissom that falls a! your feet:
I.ove has kissci. haek I lie tear:
Cop.vrii;hied for the East Orego'nian l'ul. Co.
XKW YORK, 1VI. 1,(A. IM
Jess WlllaiM, former heayvelrht
hoslHK champion, has agreed to meet
Jaek Demp.sey, holder of the title.
Lalior lny, Tex nieaiil, bcsinij pro
moter, aimotnieed today. Kiekard
made public a teleRram from Willard
who Is ut liwrenre, Kan.
lilrkai-d also sent a raMeernm to plon on Labor Pay.
'''hai-les K Cochran, KtiKlish promo
ter. In iA)iidon. itsklmr him to mud
power of attorney to Win. A. Utadyj
to dispone of his (Cochrano's) Interest !
in 1 ho Pemiisey-Cai-pentlei- bout: i
Williml'a teleKram aald:
"lihor lay suitsi me.' In the event
that the bout is held In tho open
think I sliquld he Klvon tho prlvlleue ;
of 15 per rout of the ri-oss. 1 will put
up 15,0011 as a forfeit for my appear- '
iinco and yon will jiost $15,000 to car
ry out the contract. I want to know !
if all parties mean business as I ex- j
pect to continue work ami want to bo.
Isure I hae n match with the chain
THE VIGOROUS VIEWS OF MR. DAWES
ANY people have been waiting for some man like
Charles G. Dawes to say just what he has said about
our war preparations and our activities in France.
. A peaceful nation, the United States rushed to war with a
ppeed and thoroughness that surprise the universe. We sent
two million men overseas in rapid fire order and had ten mil
lion who could have followed if needed. These men were drill
ed, equipped and ready to fight. Not only that but these men
fought with a skill and bravery surpassed by no other army.
It -was a wonderful accomplishment and necessarily such
results could not have been attained from a war department
lhat did nonfunction. Our wacdepartment worked and work-:
ed at lightning speed The rear secretary of war was Woodrow
M ilson A tardy compliment to the war work of the president
k paid by a severe criticbamuel BIythe in this week's issue of
ine Nituraay Lvemng Tost. Mr. BIythe finds much fault with f
he president in some respects. But he freely admits that after I
'Ins country went to war President Wilson was a merciless driv-
er and speeded up the war program in all its angles with an effi- i
tiency that could not be excelled. J
These facts were apparent all the time to discerning men
and women who know that no big program can be successful!
handled without management. The president was our real war I
manager and his wonderful executive mind was nn immpniir. '
able asset in winning the war.
Charles G. Dawes, Chicago financier and mentioned as a
possible member of the Harding cabinet, was in France as an
olficer He gave the house investigating committee some very
pointed testimony yesterday. His remarks are spiced with a
,v. ' l"at ma-J uu excused unaer tne circumstances .p
. 'Its a hell-fired shame for everybody to be trying to pick '"
CHUCK STEAK ..
ROUND STEAK ..
PORK STEAK 25c POUND
Pork- Roast 22clil
Also an abundance of Veal, Mutton, Fresh Dress
ed Chickens and Smelt, etc.
CITY '' MEAT
v i I t e
. .ji , :i ' -i ; ' . ' V
ke Buying Power
of Your Dollar Restored
. 1 . r-
In Penney stores al least the long 'looked, hopedfor period of lower
prices has finally arrived. Here the American dollar has again assumed
its rightful value and purchasing power
The prices quoted here and those you will find marked in plain figures
on the goods in our 312 stores are the lowest it is possible to put on the
kind of merchandise you want to buy. Every article will remain as
priced until sold or forced by market conditions to change.
109 W. WEBB
Coats or Clarks 150 yard
'sewing thread, spool ,
Coats Crochet Cotton, ball ... 12c
27 inch Outing Flannel, good qual
jty;.checks, stripes and solid col:
27 inch' Daisy Cloth, yard j.. 19c
36 inch Outing Flannel, good qual
ity, .whits' only, yard ....... 23c
27 inch Dress Ginghams, toile du
' Nord, Amoskeag, Red Seal and
, other yell known brands, yd. 19c
27 inch "standard quality Apron
, checks, yard 12c
32 inch .high grade Dress'' Ging
hams, yard . . I , .'. . 39c
27 inch Canton Flannel, good' qual
ity, white onl yard .... I. . 19c
-l Peiiiot I nlili ai hoil slH-ctimr, jnril . ,.Mc
yard .,. 19c
94 Pequot Bleached Sheeting,
yard v. 59c
.10-4 Tequot Bleached Sheeting,
8-1 repiHTi-ll ItlciK-lKxl Nln-rtiiu;. )anl...
0-4 lN-piK-n-H ltli-a-liCNt SliiN-tinH:,' yuitl. . . 5.V,
10-4 repperell r.lenchlil Miii-IiiK. Jnnl. . Mh-0-1
le(llot rntlleilrlitll Khrcllnir. Atl . . . .Mc
10-4 11111101 I nl !racli'-.t Shii-tlnic, jnnl.-riOc
0-4 rei)0rell I iilihw-Jied Sliei-tliu;. ynn. 19c
10-1 I'l-pitorcll I nMiarloil siuviine, ymil S5-
!!(( hu ll CiM-oHi-t riunlirli'. jaril Ilk'
llei-klev tiiiiulu'r (10 famhrk-. )iuil TM:
llcrklcy NiimlH-r 1110 tninlnic, jnrl .... 2e
8U Inch llletlisl .MiikIIii, n'il , i'i 1-Uc
SI iiwU lj.ylWi .iiIii.mU, al S3e, 25c
,10 imli riillippino .Nnlii-iKik, extra riiic oliccr ,
ipiallty, arvl .
ail Inch hhuiliiw iiliiMxiU, pink or whit)-,
ill) inch lli-.4- Cr-M', fine fur cowns, timliT-
liiu mi nt. etc.. ynnl
:l Inch l niH-li l ni (inth, nnl iRe. UHc, :tlic
:I0 Inch M.-nvi 1e.l llalitc, junl. .. 40c. fDc
Itarln-r Timcls, tliucii U(k'
Cot (mi Ihick Timcls. HMi .'. . 15c
Cotton Muck Towel-. IH;i. 2 for ."
iiln Iliick TowoK l:t 2c
Hath Towels, pure white, l':t. c-iii li . . . . Lilt.
lialh Towels. uimkI uciuht, is;tl 2:ic
ITaili Tiiwvls, toHl weight. 2010. , . , 2!kj
lluth TowrK ifisul wi iht, Uo.vio ac
lluth 'hincM. j.hnI wciRht. --Ml 4Wc
llmh Towels, extra wchti,!, 2lvlH ftio
totloii Slu-. t Itlankets, Six;!, pair .... $l.(iO
CoUoii Sheet Itlankets, (14x76, )ialr SI. 9S '
Wooliiap ll!uikcls, ;so. uiir s:!.iin
WihiI Mixcil Hlank (s, liliWI, )mir 51. JH
- FOR THE MEN
.Men's Pay Itiiy and I nih-rliill llih Ovorullv
heavy (itiulily. fmir $1. 10
Men's Klificl hlrlM li;h Overalls. alr t)Hc -
.Men's ( liamlirav Win k Mill t. kinmI iiinllly,
blue or i;fay, encli ,. 7ttc
Mcii'h H(Kkfortl Sx, pair llVo
I'anvns l.lmis, knit wrist, linh" . . . ; : Hlr
.lei-scy (,loi', knit wrlsl, mlr IV
Leather l iussl Canvas (il.ius knit wrist,
pair ; 29c
I-alhcr I'aiiHl Cnmas .locs. "aiintlet atyh',
Men's llrcss .shirts with or without collar.
J. C. Penney Co., A Nation-Witle lnstitution
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. AUATCTTPC !.... il. 4 il '. . ilil 1 I
'-.X-'r 1 , es in Pendletoir with new ones at these prices!
s a r w h i k . n bi j i
SILVER in plated or sterling. The sale price on "com
plete sets as low as ' $18.65
LAMPS Beautiful library styles, cut from ?20.00 to $10.00
and similar reductions all thru.
UMBRELLAS Also reduced in half. They are detachable
handles. The bases are substantial silk and linen Ware.
DIAMONDS That you will prize more xirtd more as years
go by and the value of the stories increase will in
crease as well.
MISCELLANEOUS-Pins, Pencils, Belts, Brooches, Links,
Emblems, Charms, Cut Glass, etc., etc., etc., all prices
OxNE DOLLAR TALKS LIKE TWO Oil
In the few days since the sale started this fact has never
been disputed- Our first and only slashing has done and
will do its work as the sale continues one will tell the
other. Our advice is visit and at least reserve the items
you admire. :,..
Tlicre is no use to Irini a little way and expect to
cut them the limit at the last minute of our stay here.
We have more stock than you w ould think that so
small a space w duld hold. We must sell it, so why
should we wait? Why should you w ait? We have
articles every one would own. .
; ANY ONE COULD ACCEPT A
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GIFT FROM US "
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And that is exactly what is hapening every hour" in the
day4 With every article purchased we are giving far more
value than the amount paid indicates. Generosity is good
J NECESSITY makes us real donors.
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613 Main Street