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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, MONDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 28, 1021.
YOU WANT WE BEST FOR YOUR MONEY-
IT T.UE PLACED F.ORi YOU TO SHOP
and in shopping please hear, ill niind that tlie swjpethcW of low price never equals the bitterness of. low qual
ily. Our goods are quality goods, and quality considered they are cheaper here than elsewhcr.
More and more new styles make their
way from the fashion centers of New
York on to our floors ihoat every day now
So no mutter wrien you pay us a visit you
can be sure of seeing numbers of pretty
styles you have never seen before.
Our latest arrivals, however, seem to
outshine In point of beauty and variety
any of their predecessors. And we feel
sure we have a treat In store. In asking
you to come In and Inspect them.
Coats, in Polo, serge, gabar
dine etc. ..... $14.75 to $78.50
..Suits, in trocolitene, serge,
jersey and novelty material
at $27.50 to $98.50
Newest Dresses,1 for. street
and dress, in taffeta and Can
ton crepe $18.50 to $75.00, in
all the new colors, gray, tan,
blue, navy and black. Many
trimmed in ruffles, others cir
cular skirts with organdy combination.
Correct Clothes at
.Nothing but correct Clothes will do
tor you iiml nothing but correct
Clothes are here. And you want to
be sure that the price, is correct.
That's a certainty here for our buy
ing and merchandising ability pro
duces the utmost In volume for you.
That's why correct Clothes are al
ways bought hei-e at correct prices.
, SI ITS
No matter where you go In the
business office, or the theatre. In the
restaurant or club wherever well
dressed men assemble you will see
Suits such as we sell this season.
They are Clothes made to fit all phas
es of life business as well as social.
That's why men who know good
clothes come here.
.tore and more new styles make their
20, 30, $50, -560, 70
0 ; :
' , Hemstitching and I'lcot work. We
have now engaged an expert operator
to, handle our hemstitching machine
and are prepared td turn out work In
hort notice, Mall orders will be
promptly attended to. Give us a trial
end be eomlnced.
- Slnser Sewing Machine, Co, ,
220 E- Court St.
Why Men Buy Shoes Here
No man can afford to spend
days, months and even years se
lecting leathers, styles,, linings
We can. That is our business.
That is what we mean by mak
ing Shoes and Oxfords to speci
fications. That is the reason
why men 'appreciate our foot
wear and that is the biggest rea
son1 wrhy we have built up such a
successful business. '
It Pays to Buy Good Hats
If you're one of those men who
tried to meet the Hat situation
by experimenting with the lower
grades, you probably have real
ized that it wa3 poor economy.
Buy a good Hat any Hat in our
stock and you will realize that
it's worth while in every way, for
with every purchase you get the
highest satisfaction, day after
day, all season long.
Hosiery Hints for Spring
We justify the self praise when
we tell you " that our present
Spring stock of Hosiery is the
finest we have ever presented.
You, too, will feel as we do when
you see the new rich silks' in
handsome solid color tones, self
colors, embroidered effects, two
tone mixtures, also lisles and
worsted and wool mixtures. And
everything in Men's Furnishings
for Spring is in harmony.
25c to $2.50 .
Underwear of Comfort,
Men who appreciate quality
Underwear will find their wishes
gratified in our Spring showing.
Here is Underwear of the better
class the standard makes that
are known and approved by the
critical buyer. All sizes and all
weights enable us to fit you per
fectly regardless of build. In
such Underwear as ours you will
realize what Underwear"content--ment
$1.25 to $12.50 -
Good Quality Long Cloth,
. a yard 35c
An excellent quality Long
Cloth,' 36 inches wide: the
soft finish and durable qual
ity make it ideal for lingerie
A splendid value, a yard,
35c . ' .
Our New Scotch Spring
Ginghams are Here Priced
at 89c a yard.
John Anderson in the
great Scotch mills. No
other quality in any other
gingham shown have such
pretty patterns, nor any
other gingham gives such
You can buy them now at
PEXDLETOX'S ECOXOMY SHOP OFFERS THOl'SAXDS OF OPPORTUNITIES TO SAVE
Women's Goal Stockings, black aud white. . . 19c
Infants Slices One lot 150 pairs .......... 39c
Remnants Wash Goods, 1-4,' 1-S, 1-2 Frk-e.
Women's All Kid Shoes-r-Not cloth top; . . $4.98
Finest Silk Waists Sizes to 48; priced exception
Children' Caps Sold as hfeh as tt.15, now 49c
AU Silk Dresses at prices that will surprise you.
Children's Stockings, 4300 pairs to offer at. . lc
Men's Cotton tiloves, good heavy weight - 10c.
Children's Rompers priced the lowest in Pendleton
Fine Shoes for All, priced regariUess of cost. ;
Sateen Bloomers, all sizes .... 49c
Turkish Towels, priced the B. B. Way. . ... ... -e ,19c
Women's Middies, slightly soiled 81.08
Winter and Spring Coats, offered at B B. prices.
Gingham Street Dresses, $5, $5.50 and $6 val. $2.98
IrMied Dolls, Joint arms ami legs 39V
Box Stationery, selling 50c and 55c, now 39c
Children' Shoes, the kind that wear, B. B. Prices
Pencil Tablets, limit of 10, special . .'. 4c
Women's Comfy Slippers, one lot selling at $1.60
All Aluminum Ware on sale in the B. B. ... . .
Bungulo Aprons, of good serviceable percale 9 He
Men's Dress Shoes, come get a pair for. . . . $4.98
Girls Middies, the best make, soiled 98c
All Women's Shoes at prices you used to pay.
All Pocket Knives, big sainp;e. line at factory price
Fine Silk WaMs, values to $14, special . . . ."." $2.98
Women's Pure Silk Hose, not a fibre silk . . . 98c
Double Cotton Blankets, full double bed
width . v $3.8"
Boys' Shoes offered lower thau elsewhere
Men's Work Shoes, the good heavy, serviceable
ones ........... , . . $4.29
Men's Kerchiefs, all you wont at each 5c
Work Sweaters,. an alaroiind sweater ...... $2.29
Morje.New Voiles Have Ar
rived. You Will Find Our
Prices Remarkably Low, a
yard 60c to $1.50.
In handsome floral and
some striped patterns, very
fine quality, pretty color
combinations; 40 in. wide.
" Remai'kable values, a yd.
60c to $1.50.
Linen Finish Suitings, a
'.Colors in pink, blue and
tan This materia) .will be
very popular for rport suits
this spring. The material is
34 inches wide and you will
like the quality.
The price too is attractive
ly low, a yard 60c.
Use our free conveniences,
telephones, postiffice, rest
PSSUX&Q &C&AIEST CEPARXHENT fI3
(Oub reopies waronous
VI :JWHERE IT PAYS TO TRADE 1
Vol Ice of Itld.1 for Sewer Construction
Notice Is hereby given that sealed
bid will be received at (lie of flea ol
the City Recorder In Pendleton Oregon
up tu 5, o'clock p. m. on March 2nd
I921 for the construction of a Scwei
Extension on Ash Street In Tho City
of Pendleton. Orecon. Commencing
it tho Manhole at the Intersection of
Ash street and ilaliroad street, and
running noTth 330 feet on Ash'Btreet.
Plans and specifications for gitld lewn
r.n be seen at the office of the City
"Surveyor In the City Hall at Pendleton
Oregon, each bid must be accompanied
by a certified check of 10 per cent ol
the amount of the bid nmde payable
td theorderof the Mayor of thj City ni
Pendleton, to be returned to the blddei
if unsucee.-wful, and to be forfaited II
the-bid Is secepted and the bidder falls
to enter Into a contract In aeco"dance
with the terms of hl said bid. The
Common Council reserves the right to
reject any and all btdsat IM pleasure.
' Dated thta lsth day of February
1921. u : , ,
THOS. WTa tBBRALD,
v " :!' ' ' City Recorder.
k in ihh;i -
The following described animals
have been takeil up by the marshal of
the City of Pendleton, to-wlt:
One dark brown mare, star In fore
head, white spot on nose, cut on left
nostril, weight SO pounds, aire three
year old. ". ' 1
tno 'hay mare, whlre spot In fore
head, hn bell on, weight 100 pounds,
I or II year old. , m
' One bay mare white strip In face,
left kind foot white, brand on rlKht hip
i trvlsafole. . !: ' ' '
' thie bay, two year old, left hind
foot white, brand on rlKht hip Invls
(me HKht sorrel mare, white atrip In
face, both hind feet white.
One gray horse mule, broke to work.
weight lu pounds, no mark or
brands. ..-, i-
It said animal are not claimed by
the owners of those entitled to their
poeeesNion, costs and expense paid
nid taken away within tn days from
the dute hereof, then at 2 o'clock p.
n on the Kth. day of March 1921
'he said animal will be sold to the
r.lghettt bidder, at public auction, for
ensh, at the City Pound. In said City
if Pendleton, the proceeds of such
sale to be applied to tho payment of
ii'-h costs and expense of mnklnc
Oated thl S3rd. day of February.
Af, ROBBHTR. City Marshal
lots, purta of lots and parcel of
land ho specially benefited by such Im
provement shall De Huhla fur the pay
ment of the costs thereof, and oe It
'tirthsr, "' '
ltlCH()lA'E"I) thai nn'Aiwessment Dls
trlct Is hereliy created to lie known a
Assessment District N- embrac- ,
ing the property benefited and to ba
assessed for the payment of such 1m-,
nrovements, which Assessment Dis
trict shall Include uft lois, parts of lot
.ml pun-els of land If In; and belnir
.vlthlii the district boiindeij and
deacrlhrd as fwllows, to-wit,:
IHScrlplloil if Assessment. District
HeKlnnlnK at the southwest corner of
Lot 8, lllock 1, Jacobs AildiijA to Pen
fllutoni thence 3511 fel't north anil par
allel with the west line nl" Ciranna
Street; thence 2o feci last along- the
south line of I-wl Street; tonne
.South tin feet and parallel with the
cast line of Ci'uaxe street; then west
n the north line bf Court Utreet to the
point of beirtnnlnir. And be It further
UI)01A KB1, that a copy of thl
resolution tea-ether with a notice that
the surveyors tsiinnii or Uie prnpor.
Hon of the cost of said work to be
charged against rai li lot, part -of lot
and parcel of land I on file In the of
fice of the Chy Itecorder, he publish-
d for a period of ten days In the East
OrcKfmlun which newspaper I hereby ;
designated by the Common Council
for the publication thereof.
And notice Is further given that the
Surveyors estimate of the cost of said
improvement to hn. aiwessed against
each )ot, part" of Lot and parcel of
1-and on account of said Improvement
I now on file in the office of the City
Recorder, subject to Inspection. Done
aud dated at Pendleton. Oregon this
iHh day ur February l!12i.
' THOrl. F1TS5 G1CHAI.D,
s City Recorder.,
This store is here for your
especial. convenience; make it
ATHENA BASKETBALL "
TEAM IS VICTORIOUS
.'chool Thursday evening in the Athe
na high school-auditorium 'waa well
received by the andlenee. The pro
ceeds totaled $5t. Forty percent of
which went to the Athena high school.
Ars. F. Pharp was a Pendleton visit
Mr. nd Mrs. George Bannister have
returned from Long lieach, California,
where they spent thepast two months.
Mr. Henry J)el and daughter Lu
cinda were Pendleton visitors Tuesday.
Mr." and Mra. Orti D. Harris and
Mr. and Mrs. Ward of Milton were
(East Oregonian Special.)
ATHKN'A. Ore- Feb. in. A double
header basketball game was played In
th high echool gymnasium Friday
erenlnr between Pilot nock and Athe
na With school teams. The Athena , a, tne honle f Mrs-
alrlB team wts vicioriou wnn a
of 12 to 11. The Athena boys' learn
was victorious with a score of 3-15. A
lunch was served after the game to
tho visiting teams. This was the last
game of the season.
Miss Helen Hoyer "of Adams spent
thn -weekend at the C M. Kuer borne.
Mr. and Mr, t. K. Jones ana mm
l;y vtstted friends tn Weston Te
dny. r. n.l Mrs. C, H. Pmlth and chll
!in jnn-e and liulh were Westou
iHit.us V edneiwiuy.
1 he ly. "Kngagea ly Wednesday,
glvert by I Iw pupils of I'mspine high
low vt At1", l" 8l '',K" of
lu vtar. t'e- T recover appetit
ej the reel lt HottJ'a 8nrsaiarilla,
.. 4,i)t rtrvnKthen th st.miach. rr
l, t t resTlon. ltsk.s estln a plea
t. It ateo tike the blond -Hi h
mul ir, and tedu lb oci'vca.
I Harris and Mrs. Ward' mother Mrs.
1 Mrs. E. J. Burchlll of Pendleton is
visiting at the home of her daughter
Mrs. C. M. Kager.
John Kothrock has ' returned from
Cst'fornia where he spent the winter, i
Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Russell and son
Klmo eame up from Pilot Rock Friday I
to attend the basketball game
Miss Ruth Jackson of Weston was
an Athena visitor Friday evening.
George Rannister was a Walla Wal
la visitor Tuesday.
Emery Worihlneton of Pendleton
was an Athena visitor Friday evening
being trie referee for the Pilot Rock
Athena basketball game.
Charlee Downing and daughter
Itelen and Myrtle of Freewater wer.
Athena visitors Friday evening attend
ing the IMIot Rock-Athena baaktball
Ur. and Mrs, Richard Thompson!
and daughters June and Margaret were
Pendleton visitor Saturday.
Johns returned to her home at Van
couver Sunday. '
At the silver tea given In connection
with the France (E. Willard program
given at the fhrlstian church Tues
day by the members of the W. C. T. U.
the sum of $10 was realized.
3fisses Frances and Ruth Williams
were Pendleton visitors Saturday.
Mr. and Mr.iT. C. Miller have open,
ed a restaurant In the old Palace Cafe
building on Main street. .
Charles and Will Smith brothers of
Jesse Smith have returned to Athena
to reside from Deep-water, Missouri. j
Mrs. A. M. Johnson and daughter j
Lois were Pendleton vialtors Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Krnest Chander have
moved to the J. M. Swaggart Place! t0n
north of town to reside. Mr. Chandler
is employed fcy A. L Swaggart. -Mrs.
Will Ferguson was a Pendleton
The oupil of the Athena school
were given a holiday Tuesday.
I. F. Davidson wa a Pendleton
Mrs. John t'annister Jr. and small
daughter of Helix were Athena, visit
Joe Anderson was a Pendleton vlsit
OiErtcs Dickey. Bert itamsay, snu
WlUlam Welch were Heppner visitor
Saturday attending the I. O. O. F. con
Mr. M. M. Johns who has been
visiting at the borne ot her on Melville
Xi'TW YORK, Feb. 28. (A. P.V
Spooning by young couples atop Fifth
avenue, buses was officially recognized
today ns a legitimate outdoor sport.
Sheriff T. it Knott, in a statement
WASHINGTON'. Feb. !. (V.
Japan, is purchasing large quantities made In reply ;o an anonymous corres-
of aviation material from Germany, ' ponuent wmcn cnmpiaineu m in. p.. -n,in(r,in.
i.inin(,. ,fmi v.nrln ml i tlce. .declared it seemed to him a "man
and France in nn energetic effort to!munt bo either a crabbed old bachelor
develop her air forces, according to or one who has been disappointed in
Captain Graven, director of naval avla-, love, who will seea to invoae ouiciu.
Mm ill r ... .
nature na old as the world,
"Certainly there 1 nothing clandes
tine In spooning atop a bus." He said.
"Iet the spooners spoon. They always
did; they ulways wlll why try to
awaken them from lovoa joung
ream. I want to state I must refuse
designate deputiesjo stoy what you
a 'nuisance. This statement by
you represents only, I think, a conclu
sion,, a state of mind.''
THE HOME STRETCH 2
WASHlIXGfOK, Feb 2K. (tr. I4.)
Congress has turned IMo the home
stretch. Wollo the houie tackled the
conference reports on several me.y
sures, thp senate faced the danger of
a controversy which nuay seriously
delay the final action on the navy bill
emergency tariff and other measure, .don Punch,
. . . . Almost Out.
. Caller Is Mrs. Jes at home?
Cook-General She Is, but she ain't
ardly In a fit state to aee anybody.
She' just bin glvin' me notice. Lon-
eluded within the boundaries of the
district teneflted I in the Judgment ol
the Common Council properly to be
Included within such Improvement Dis
trict and no property is excluded
therefrom which should properly be
included therein, and
WHBRBAH, the Improvement of the
hereinabove described portion of
Grange Street either gravel Bltullthlc
pavement, Concrete pavement or War
renlte Bltullthlc pavement on Crushed
rock or crjished gravel foundation Is
at this time necessary, therefore, be It,
RESOLVED by the Common Coun
cil of the City of Pendleton that It Is
expedient to Improve and it I hereby
proposed to Improve Grange Strce'
from tho North Line of Court Street t
the South Une of Lewis Street, by pav
ing the same with either gravel bltn
llthie pavement or concrete pavement
or Warrenlte liltutlintc pavement on
crushed rock or crushed gravel foun
dation: surh pavement to he construct
t,d and the surface thereof to be ffhtsh
ed upon the established grade of aald
street and the street to have curb and
gutter and all other things In accord
ance with and as shown In the plans
and specifications for the Improvement
of said portions of said Grange street
from the North Line of Court Street
to the South Line of Lewis Street, pre
pared by F. B. Hayes, City Surveyor,
filed with the Recorder of said City on
tho Sth day of December, 1920, which
said nlans and specifications are here
by .particularly referred to,, ana Do it
REHOLVKD that the Engineer's
estimate of the probable total cost of
such Improvement, which said City
Engineer's estimate was made and
prepared by F. fl. Hayes, City Surveyor
of dald City, in the sum of 13149.60
an,t was filed with the Recorder' of
said City on the 8th. day of J.ecember,
1920, Is hereby Included and hereby re
ferred to particularly: and be 'it fur
RKSOLVISD that the plana and
specifications and estimate for such
Improvement a prepared by the city
Surveyor and filed with the Recorder
of the City of Pendleton on the 8tn
day of December, 1921, 1 and they
are hereby adopted and approved, ano
be it further . . .
RKHOLVHn that the cost of making
such Improvement shall be a charge
and Hen upon all lots, purta of lota and
parrel of land to be benefited
improvement, and the owner.
No! Ice of Street Improvement
Notice Is hereby given that at a regu
lar meeting of tile Common Council of
The City of Pendleton held at the
Council Chamber In Pondleton Ore
gon on February I3rd, 1921 the fol
lowing Resolution was duly adopted;
WHEREAS, the City Surveyor of tb
City of Pendleton did on the 23rd. day
of February, 1921, under directions
and by requirement of tho Common
Council file In the office of the Re
corder of the City of Pendleton, plan
and specifications for an appropriate
Improvement of the following named
street In auld city:
Grange street from the North IJne
of Court Street to the South Line of
Lfwla Street, together with the esti
mate of the work to be done and the
probable cost thereof with a statement
of the lots, porta of lots and pare eels
of land to be benefited by such Im
provement and tho percentage of the
total cost of Improvement, which each
of such lot, parts of lota and parcels
of land should pay on account of the
benefits to be derived from such im
I rovement, and
WHEREAS, the Council ha ex
amined auch plan and specifications
land estimate and found tne same sai
isfaetory and the estimate therefor
to be In accordance with the probable
cost of such work, and,
WHKHRAH. the nronertv ' re com
mended by the City Surveyor to be in-4 n ho day herein above mentioned, -
XOTICK FOR BIDS
NOTK'B IS HEItllHY GIVEN that
sealed bids and proposala will ba re
ived by the Common Council of Pen.
(ileton on and until March 9 1921 at 6
o'clock V. M. for the Improvement of
LINCOLN HTItERT from the North
l.'ne of Murk St. to the South Line nt
Rnley Street, designated at IMPROVE
MENT DISTRICT NO. 74, with either
gravel Bltulltlilo Pavement, Concreta,
Pavement, or Warrenlte Uliulithla
Pavement on crushed rock or crushed
travel foundation In accordance with
Plans and SiK-cifliatlona for such Im
provement now on file In the Office
of the City Recorder o( the City of
Each bid1 must be accompanied by a
certified check of five -per cent (5 per
cent) of the total cost, payable to the
Mayor of the City of Pendleton, to ba
n turned. If the bidder I unsuccess
ful and to be forfeited on failure to en
ter Into a contract in accordance with
the bid, If accepted.
Each bid must specify the price for
said Improvement a follows:
1000 mi. yds. of Hard Hur
f;iee Pavement, Per one so;.
yd '...... I
fob I ft. of Concrete Curb,
Straight, per one Lin. ft.
1S6.90 cu. yds. of Dirt Exca
vation, per one rub. yd
ICS U ft. of In- gal, Iron
pipe for: Six water con
nections from mater, main
. to one foot Inside tho Curb
line on Rest slsde of Street.
, l;ath cnnnomlon l.rfn.,4ii.'u,,',
S4 ft, or In. gal. Iron pipe
for: Blx water connectlona
on West side of Street.
Each connection I ...... .
19J L ft. 4 in. vltr. sewer
pipe for: Five sewer con
nection from Main sewer
to 1 ft. inside curb line on
East aldo of Street. Each
connection , ,$, .,...
ro tin. ft. 1 In. galv. Iron
pipe for: Two gas connec
tions from main to 1 ft. la
side of curb line on East
side of Street. Each eon- -
t I ft. 1 H In. gnlv. Iron pipe
for; One ga connection on
West side ot Street. Per ;
one connection ........... t ...... ,
Total cost t
Bids must he Med with the City Re.
corder on or before the' tlma above
The Common Council reserve the
right to reject any 'and all bids and
bids will be opened- by Jth Common
Council at the regularmeeting thereof
Done and dated at. Pendleton Org.
Son this 24 day of February, 1921,
t THOa FIT GERALD.
I : CHy Recorder,
Notice of I lids for I ire Apparatus
Notice Is hereby given .that sealed
bid will be received, at the office ot
tho City Recorder In Pendleton, Ore
gon up to S o'clock p. ra. February 23,
1921 for furnishing the City of Pen
dleton, Oregon with one Triple Com
bination, Pumping Engine, Chemical
Engln and Hose- Motor Car, ( Cylin
der, hose carrying capacity '1200 feet
2 1-1 Inch fir hose, one 49 gallon
chemical tank, pumping capacity 709
to 1000 gallon. Bidders are to fur
bish complete specifications on their
apparatus accompaniod by a certified
check for 5 per cent of amount of bid
made payable to the Mayor of the City
of Pendleton.- . The Common Council
reserves the right to reject any and alt
bids at Its pleasure. . . -
Dated at Pendleton, Oregon this
10th. day of February A. D., 1921.
THOS. FITZ GERALD,
T City Reoorder.
PRINCESS MARY", the nnlv
by such) lr of King George and Queen Marv
Ot guenjo England, never use perfumo,