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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, THURSDAY EVENING, MAtlCH 3, 1021.
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The Kwrctiutm it
low price, never
cMiitalN the bitter
ness of poor qtml-
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Styles are Spring
like and cheerful.
the utmost in
value. Taken all
together we feel
confident we can
serve you a little
better than un
fiJ Fabrics that will
in any company,
without a blemish
and styles that
adhere to fash
these are the note
of our Suits.
$30 to $50
' 'I 1 A
ARE YOU TAKING ADVANTAGE OF OUR
EARLY SHOWING OF COATS AND SUITS? ,v
Many women are and are getting miicH
pleasure out of it. ', '
There's a great deal of ,
pleasure in selecting a new
Suit or Coat early and
wearing it at the begin
ning of the . season. Wo
men are realizing this
more and more every sea
son, and that's why so
many are selecting their
new clothes during these
days of advance .display.
Frequent large ship
ments the past few days
have enabled us to present
an unusually attractive
assortment of all the new
modes why not derive
the benefit of early choice.
$18.75 to $85.00
. Suits at
$27.50 to $98.50
Stc? and wfcmen - who regard
Footwear as one of the principal
Vnrta of their dress wiil come (o a
store such as ours for their Spring
needs. We believe you will like
our tantes in the selection of Ijhoes
for the new fct&son And we're cer
tain you ii'is the (service that goat
with them. Made to our ex-wtixg
s"'Ificuti,m our Footwear offra
everj-thing ou desire in good
SPECIALS FROM THE DOMESTIC SECTION
Fine Quality Dress Ginghams,
a yard 19c
27 inrli drewi sinshamH, good assortment of plaidn
ami iiluin colors, 'ltnlc du .Vurd and shnilar quality
A YARD, 19c
Imported Dress Ginghams,
a yard 74c and 89c A
82 inch fine imported ginghams, beautiful line of
plaids, checks and plain colors, very tine quality.
A l Altll 71c ami SUc
32 Incli Zephyr Ginghams,
a yard 39c and 49c
,32 inch splendid , quality zephyr ginghams, .large
axBortment of plaidn, cheeks, Htripes and plain colors.
A YARD, 74 and 9c
36 Inch Good Quality Percales,
a yard 24c
35 inches wide, good heavy weight, light and dark
A YAK1, 21c
Foundation Silk, a yard
50c and 79c
SS inch foundation silk, a silk and cotton mix
tures for Inter linings, lingerie and dross purposes,
splendid, serviceable quality, full'llne of colors.
A YARD, 60c and 79c
Serpentine Crepe, a yard 40c
Full 30 Inches wide, plain colors and in pretty ki
mona patterns, splendid material for service.
; A YARD, 40c
Shirting Madras, a yard 49c
36 inch shirting madras, splendid fine quality in
assorted striped patterns. They are regular 75c
A YARD, 4Bc
JUwy nsm ftr lit J ClMnlirwtM
, Apricots and Peaches
Each . ............. 25c
Dozen . $2.75
Case, 24 cans ..... $5.25
Weston Mountain, per
hundred weight.. $1.50
The store that sells qual
, ity merchandise at pri
ces that are right
This store is here for
your especial convenience.
.tin 'urn " . ' '
mfDLETONS 6SEATEST DEPARTMENT fXOSS
I Make this store your
your headquarters. Use
our rest room, telephones,!
postoffice, etc. I
To introduce our kodak work
will finish J'bhj one roll and on print
ch. Ward Studio.
ESTHAyKD Came to my "n
Wild llorsn Creek, one White lac
Dull, branded horse Iriiok on ribs, split
in left enr J. K Troxol, I!o) 705, l'on
ilieton. OreKon. Ihmi 8 PI I.
1'AKiW HIIK A AVOM.n SIMCKO
lUXXmi) for stock curs, 102.8 miles
per hour. I'aiKO, climbed l'lkes Pmk
See Uiexo models HI me mini nn-w
C). WHoldmamAuto Co. AU and Cot.
tonwood HI 'I'hone 4S. '
Notice if rymcnt uf City of lVndlc.
on lmnrowineiit ftund
Notlre Is hereby given that City of
Pendleton Improvoment Honds No. an.
Series T: No. 3, Series li. will be paid
nrotuttifnilnn thereof to- the un
derelKiied at tho American National
Rank, Pendleton, Umatilla toumy,
Kireenn. nfler March 1. 121.
Interest on tho above iuinioq uunu.
censes March 1, 1921.
Dated February 11, 1921-
rreasm-cr of the City of Pendleton, by
H. VV. Dickson, Deputy.
Chapter 5 of Title 30, of turd's Oreson
Uiwm provldln that eiwh luwwxinenta
may boWri In ten auiiUHl.liisUtllinetile
no hereby notified that tippllcutlon
ho to d(i .muit t,c m:i(lu to the City Re
corder, as In suulrChupteit.ri -liwivlded
within ten dnya from the il'e of lhl
notice. Forms Xur suuli utiimi'iuione
nmy he secured fiom the (rfflee of the
CHy Iteetirdor. , . , ' , 1
Dlited lit J'eiidietou, , UreBon, tnia
Std dny of Mnrch, 1921.-
TUOS. .KITS! OKItAMJ,
HERMISTON ROADS ARE-
BEING HARD SURFACEO
The i'illivl.nK described animals
have been tnken up by tho marshal of
the City of Pendleton, to-wlt;
One dark brown mare, star In fore-hr-Hd.
white snot on nose, cut on left
nostril, weight S00 pounds, ego three
One bay marc, whlto spot In fore
lieud. has bell on, weight 1000 pounds.
10 or 12 years old.
On b.iv mare white strip In face,
left kind foot white, brand on right hip
One bay, two years old, lert hlna
foot white, brand on right hip Invis
ible. One light sorrel mare, white strip In
face, both hind foet white, '
One gray horse mule, broke U work,
weight 1000 pounds, no marks or
brand. . ' . -
It siiid animals sro not claimed by
tho owners or those ontltled to their
jossesi'lon, costs and expenses paid
and taken away within' ten days from
iho (Into hereof, thn at 2 o'clock P
,n.. on the 8th. day of March 1821,
'he said animals will be sold to the
hlKhcvt bidder, at public auction, for
etmti, at the iCity Pound, In said City
of Pendleton, the proceeds ot sucn
ile to be applied 'to the payment of
such costs and expenses of muklng
Dated tl' 2!rd. day of Feliruary.
AI UOKBRTa City Marshal.
(Kaxt oregontaii Bpoi-ial.)
HKU.Mt.STON, Man'h 3, At the
efut(l Mi' held treoontU." In Jlorm'lston
tho owners yf land within the Irriga
tion district by vote of 175 to S eu.
!lhoriaed the dlstitot board o lentoi!
into contract with ths 1 Utul Htatee
reclamalon service for addttDuinl ooii
structlon. The estinrnted-oost of this
Inipiovemeut Is 7u0.oi)0.UO end when-
this Is done water will w,nw v
every part of ihe project tlwough ce
ment pipes and coirote lined ditches.
A number of the members ot the
local I. O. C.B1. Joilgft atleniWd he
district convention et Ilepiyinr last
week. HermUilon will entertain Jho
convention next spring"- .'
Tho grading and hard surfacing of
HermlKton avenue Is Hearing coejplo.
Hon. Kast Main street und the dlng
onal road to the city limit will tie im
proved and the dUtgunal road through
the project will I gratfeU fend gravel.
ed early this spring.
Thn anniversary litolruf' of Mno-
yard odge So. S'S, I. Q. O..F., will be
held next Monday evening?
The ciirniialgn of tree planting Is on.
The commerdal olub committee Jim
been enthu:nstc In lt wtu (and the
people havrponded hea,rtij)'..
A number, of new residences are un- .
dcr construction iind tiiany more will
be built this spring. .
Local people woleomo- the. news of
Iho 116,000.00 appropriation lor the
experiment fsrnv . , " ;
(Continued from page 1.)
XOTK1C OP HTUKKT ASKKJ4SMKXT
Notice Is hereby given that the
Common Council Of the City of Pen
dleton, on February 16, 1921, dm
make an assessment for tho Improve
ment of Inrfirld street from the
north line cf Jackson street to the
south line of Martin street,- In the
City of Pendleton, and did assess the
contract price for making saUio Im
provements against the lots, parts of
tots and parcels of land, especially
lienefited thereby. All persons affect
ed by such Improvement and essess
hient desiring to take advantage of the
rrovislons of Chapter 6 of Title 26. of
Lord's Oregon Laws providing that
such assessments may be paid In ten
annuM installments are hereby noti
fied that application so to do must be
undo to the City Recorder, as In such
Chapter 5 provided within ten days
from the date of this notice. Form"
for such application may he secured
from the office of tho City Recorder.
. Dated at Pendleton, Oregon, this
3rd day of March. M21.
THOS, FiTZ G Bit AM),
' . City Recorder.
XOTMT4 OF wntKKT A8HKSSMKNT
Notice la hereby iven that the 'Com
mon Council of The City of Pendleton,
on February 16, 1921, did make .an
assessment for the improvement of
Lincoln street from the north line of
Raley street to the south line of Jack
son street. In The City of Pendleton
and did ohmobs the contract price "for
making said improvements against the
lota, parts of lots and parcelajrf land,
especially heriefitcd theretiy. ah per
sons affected by such improvement
and a:oHmeiit desiring to lake ndvan
tftsra of the provisions of Chapter S of
Title L'S, of lord's Oregou Lews pro
viding that such assessments may oe
haid in ton .annual Installments art-
hereby notified that application so to
":o must be made to the City Recorder
as In such Chapter 5 provided within
ten days from the date of this notice.
Forms for suqh applications may be
secured from tho office of the City
Dated at Pendleton, Oregon, this
7rd day of March, 1921.
THOS. FITZ GERALD,
fOontinu-id from page 1.1
tw-JV The moral character of the
OTiKerse had been most signally viu
illoatcd. There was a universal vague
hope of a grer.t rrioraleace, ofea new
world order arising visibly and im
mediately on the ruins of the old. This
hope was not a. mere superficial senti
ment. It w as the intense exprension at
the end of the war of the inner moral
and spiritual force which had upborne
the peoples during the dark night of
the war and had nerved them to an
effort almost beyond human strength.
Surely, surely, Cul had beea with
lheni in that long eight cf agony. His
was th victory: His should be the
peace. And President Wilson was
looked upon as the man to .make this
great peace. He had voiced the great
ideals of tbe new order; his great ut
terances had became the contractual
basis f"ir the armi."t;c and the jieaoe.
i The Idealism of Wilson -would surely
become th reality of the ne
jof things in tli peace treaty.
"No-To.-Hac" has helped thousands
fcrcak, tli owtly, nerve-tchatiering
I 4" u habit. Whenever you have a
-ii uK tor cigarette, cifir, fupe. oi
; a i hew. Just place a harn-.ie&s .No
,i 1 ac tslilet In yeur jnouth instead,
hl relieve that awful desire.
. i.iiv Hie hublt may be completely
kj m.ii yu are better off mental- ! Without hesitation he
..-. -, llv. financialh-. It's so ar i that inferno of human
.irxr.la. t1tl bor of No-To-Bac ! went dowu
t If it dosrn t release you from all j Heracles to 4rinr back the fair Alces-
for tobacw In any form, your Ijis ot me roriu s o-mre. xncre were
itH refund our money ' months of agonized waiting, dorln
aut question, whuh the world situation rapidly de-
terlorateit And .then he emerged
with the peace treaty it was not a
Wilson peace, and he made a fatal
mistake in somehow giving the impres
sion that the peace was In accord
w ith Jiis Fourteen Points and his vari
ous declarations. Not so the world
had understood him. This was a
i'unic peace, the same sort of peace
aa the victor had dictated to the van
quished for thousands of - years. It
was not Alcestls, it was a haggard, un
lovely woman with features distorted
with hatred, greed, and selfishness.
and the little Child that the Woman
carried was scarcely noticed. . Yet It
was for the saving1 of ,the Child that
Wilson had labored until he was a
physical wreck. Let our other great
statesmen and leaders enjoy their well-
order i earned honors for their unquestioned
(success at Paris. To Woodrow Wll-
saw only that hard, unlovely Prussian I . Will this Judgment, born of momen
Peace and the great Hope died in j tary disillusion 'and disappointment,
their hearts. Tho great disillusion
jaun. the apparent failure.
ment took its place. The most re
ceptive mood for a new start the
world had been In for centuries passed'
away. Faith In their governors and
leaders was largely destroyed, and the
foundations of human government
were shaken in a way which will be
felt for generations. The Paris Peace
lost an opportunity as unique as the
Great War Itself. In destroying the
moral Idealism born of tho sacrifice or
the war It did almost as much as the
war Itself in shattering the structure
of western civilization.
And the odium for all this fell es-!
pecially on Prenident AVilson. , Round
him the hopes had centered; round
him thecllsillusion and despair now
sathered. Popular opinion largely
hnl.l him r.ii,w,nuililA fn, tha kltFar .14a
In this atmosphere of extravagant, ; ". . appointment and grevious failure. The
Imojit frwnzied expectation he arriv- r"" ' ' .?. ,., '1,, , ,i , ' ,, I cynics scoffed; his friends were si
d at the J'arfa jieaie conference. I , Tu ' . . leneed in the universal disappoint-
mo the Pit like a eeconu
lead them yet." 'o oilier statesman i
but Wilson could have done It. And
he did It.
The People, the coitimon people of
all lands, did not understand the sig
nificance o w hat had happened. They
i ment. Little or nothing had been ex-
peet'ed from the other leaders; the
whole failure was put to the account
of Woodrovr Wilson. And finally Am
erica (or reasons of her own joined
the pack and at,the end It was hi own
people who tore blm to pieces.
stand in future, or will it be reversed?
The time has not come to pass final
Judgment on either Wilson or any of
the other great actors in the drama at
Paris. The personal estimates will ao
pend largely on the Interpretation of
that drama in the course of time. As
one wBo saw and watched things from
the Inside I feel convinced that the
present popular estimates are largely
superficial and will not stand the
searching test of time. And I have no
doubt whatever that AVilson has been
I harshly, unfairly, unjustly dealt with,
I and that ho has been made a scrape-
goiu lor me sins 01 oincrs. Wilson
made mistakes, und here were occa
sions when I . ventured "to sound a
warning note. . But It was not his -mistakes
that caused the failure for which
he has been hold mainly responsible: .
Let us admit the truth, however bit.
ter It Is to do so for those who believe
in human nature. It was not Wilson
who fulled. The position Is far more
eerloua. It was the human Bpirit Itself
that failed at Paris, it Is no use pass
ing judgment and mnklng scapegoats
of this or that Individual statesman or
NOTIC-H OF WTItKET AKKKKNMKN'T
IXSTALLMKNT PIUVILIXiRS .
Notice Is hereby given that the
Common Council of Tho City of Pen
Idleton, on February 16, 1921, did
make an' assessment for the Improve-
ment of Jefferson street from the
north line of Martin street to the north
line of Wilson street, In The City of
Pendleton, and did assess the contract
price for making such improvements
against the lots, parts of lots and par
cels of land, especially benefited there.
by. All persons ftffccted by such im
provement rfnd assessment desiring tn
take advantage of the provisions
of Chapter 5- of Title 26 of Lord's'
Oregon Ixiwb providing that such
assessments may bo paid In ten;
annual Installments are hereby noti
fied that application so to do must be
made to the City Recorder, as in such
Chapter 5 provided within ;tcn day
from the date- of this notice. Format
for such applications may be secured
from the office of the City Recorder.
Dated nt Pendleton, Oregon, this1
Erd day of March. 1921. . . ;
' THO a. FITZ QRRALD,
The library 'ball fund was turned
Into the general fund of the city last
night. Conncilmen, however, ion nai
the ladles who 'arranged the venw
which made up this fund, amounting
to 975, should have the disposal of
It and they expressed desire to hold It
until their want were made? known..
Miss Somniervllle who took an In
ventory of the city library will be paid
J20 for her work the oouiioll decided. ,
Councilman Knl said..lhHl the city
library would lie moved to Ita now
home within a "few days. ' '.
Reports of the varlons departments'
of. the city were read end approved.
The city engineer was authorized to
to ahead with the Ash street sewer on
The salary of 15 a month, which
hn been, paid to John . Beam, city
:1ookkoeper,duliHf hja Jllne for tne
past two months was ordered stopped.
The usual bills were allowed and
ordorcd paid. -
(Continued from page I.)
Us ru stoma ry smllo and Pmnhr
and -.vcd tlm crowds stNiitteriy. Only
Mnrlul lis li was smiling as Iw ac
know lodged tho applause .with mill,
tnry salnu-s. The ticrman d'iejtnles
drve amid grcot hCIcikv. Iff. Von fit.
nions was ial and apjwmuly down
cast. Nome of Ida asnlsianls were
snillliig as they wwawml ilu-oueh tin
great cmlrancu. , ..
1iulleiuco to VcmalllcM Treaty
Lloyd-George, In aJnessage to the
Germans, declared there was no lnten.
tlon of oppressing them. They must
aecopt the responsibility for the war,
however, and Interpret their obliga
tions accordingly, he.b.ild. He deciar.
ed the German counter proposals were
mockery, adding that V'un Blmorai
statement was a -definite Jjliull'-.tigo ol
the Versailles treaty.. ; ,
Mistakes Germany's lutcntkiiM ,
"Tho German people are under the
tmprcsslon that allied demands are in
tolerable and doslgnod to enslave
them. We regard them free, We con.
tend that a prosperous Jjerman Js es.
sentlal to civilization and regard a (lis
conteiited, enslaved lei man a menaoa
and burden to Ku?4MMMv-aivUiisutiutt,'!
"The .Otrman delegation ,will ex
amine the entertle propbs.if' and reply
before Jtfonday noon,"' Von' Slmsona
said in reply. "However the British
Premier mistakes Germany's Inten
tions. I do not .believe any occasion
can arise for carrying out the threat
' 1K Not lSciiuest Payment
' "The entente will simply, ik-Germany,
to discharge hrr, usnumed .re
sponsibilities and reilr the injuries
she Inflicted during tlie war;'' Lloyd.
George said. "Tlie allies deliberately
refrained from ' 'requesting Germany
to pay the allied wnf ' 'deltfs. They
simply asked for 'reparations for ma
terial domfiu-na tttl.m
to their people.'"
.' 21. J
"'California Syrup of 'gs''
; Child's Best laxative
.Continued on pitge 6,).
xoTicrc op wrni;i7r .ssismkxt
Kotlce Is hereby given that the
Common Council of The City of Pen
dleton, on February 16, 1921, did
make an assessment for the Improve
ment of Matlock street from the north
line of Raley street to the north
line of Jackson street. In The City o
Pendleton, end did assess the contract
price nr making said improvements
against the lots, parts or lots ano
parcels of land, especially benefited
thereby. All persons affected by such
Improvement and assessment desirins
to take advantage of the provisions of
Accept "California". Byrun of n..
onlylook, for the name California on
the package, then you are sue. v.
v.o.u navin tne tst and most '
howntesa hysic for the Utile stomach,
liver and bowels. Children lov Its
fruity taste. Full directions on each,
bottle. You nttmt say "California, '