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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN. PENDLETON, OREGON,
MONDAY EVENING, MARCH 7, 1921.
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IN PENDLETON'S GREATEST DEPARTMENT STORE, WHERE IT PAYS TO TRADE.
WOMEN'S KAYSER UNDERWEAR IN
SILK ttSJ.E UNION SUP'S $3.00
High, grade union suits for
women that will please the
most particular. They are
woven from an excellent grade
of mercerized lisle thread in a
fine elastic rib. Plain band
finished and well reinforced to
add to their durability; also
bodice top with close-fitting
knee, white and pink '
Regular sizes $3.W.
women's fine lisle
Women's knitted union suits.
They are woven in a fine, cure
white lisle and are made to fit the body. Neat band
finish and reinforced where the wear is greatest,
also bodice top style with close fitting knee.
Regular sizes $1.75 Out sizes $2.00
WOMEN'S' FINE QUALITY LIGHT WEIGHT
i VESTS, Splendid Yalues at 29c to $1.95.
. , Light weight vests in silk and cotton lisle, woven
in elastic fine rib, well made and neatly finished; all
styles in bodice and band top, low neck with long and
short sleeves. ' -
Special Low Values 29c to $1.93
Things Extra Tasty in
Neckwear and Shirts
Hoi you' will find fashion
hand in hand with craftsman
ship and materials that "peak
af elegance and extraordinary
Our New Manhattan
Ar beauties. Drop in and aee
them $3.50 to $10.00
New Indestructo Ties
In plain and fancy patterns. The
best for the price, no matter
what tho price, $1.00, $1.50 to
, FASHIONABLE SKIRTS
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Marked According to Today's New Price Level,
. Which is Much Less Than Last Year.
Always keeping in touch with mar-,"
ket conditions, and not being over
overstocked with skirts at the old
high price enables u to takse advant
age of the present market prices.
We are giving the benefit of the lower
wholesale prices to you. Every skirt
is exclusive and individual in design
ing, there being only one or two of
each style. Some of the styles are
quite elaborate; others are simple;
but all are becoming and unusually
good looking, and . present value be
yond rivalry. ' "
Prices Range from $8.75 to $21.50
JCaw fn?rn fc rtt J CWanUn
p ff T JrwPr
Kippered Salmon,-' lb. 35c
Peaches 2 cans . . 45c
Apricots, 2 cans 45c
Cof f eer bulk, lb, 30c
EggSy fresh ranch, doz. 30c
Herring, Holland, kegs,
each ........... $1.75
Bloaters, smoked fish,
2 for 15c
.9 for $1.00
Dishes, Glassware, Fancy
Tea Pots, Electrical Appliances-
Stone Jars, Py
rex Cooking Ware.
. Visit tlie Pura Food Shop and
fee tr ourselves the quality mcr-rlmndis-
we srll. ' .
FRESH SKW GARDEN" SEEDS.
XTRA SPECIALS FOR THE ENTIRE WEEK FROM
Six Days of Xtra Speci
All Women's High
Over $4000 worth of
fine shoes offered with
this discount taken from
the "already low Base
ment price," thus mak
ing a double discount,
25 Percent Less
Six Days- of Special
Fine Voile Waists
Offering one bin piled
full of very pretty wash
waists of various styles
In looking over the ori
ginal selling price we
$3.00, $3.50, $4.50 and
$5.50, with all sizes in
Six Days of Special
Regardless of the kind
or quality and regard
less of the original sell
ing price. The Six Day
Special price will be
based on the existing,
present B. B. price.
33 1-3 Off '
This discount is taken
off of the low bargain
price that is already on
No limit to your purchases.
fine assortment of
Tom Sawyer Wash
Suits. They're the
finest, most satisf ac
tory wash suits made.
Come and see them.
They're priced at $4
Now is the time to buy
your Spring apparel
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PENDLETON GREATEST DEPARTAENfT 5T0a
ERE IT PAYS TO TRADE lW:i'
Make this store your,
headquarters, it's here for
NOTWK OF NTRKt'H' ASSESSMENT
1 X VIW I.LM10NT PI 1 1 I LI X . I H
Notice Ik hereby tilvcn that the Com
mon Council of The City of Pendleton,
im February. 16, 1921, did miiko an
assessment for tho Improvement of
Lincoln Htreal from the north line of
Unlcy street to tha Bouth fine of Jack(
1.011 street, In The City of Pendleton,
and did Mesa tha contract price for
making wild improvements against the
luta, part of lot null parcels of hind,
especially benefited thereby. All per
sona affected by such lmprovemem
and assessment desiring ti take advan-
tagu of the provision of Chapter 6 of
Title 36, of Lord's Oregon Urw pro
viding that such assessment may or
Mild In tin annual Installments are
hereby notified that application so to
iiu must he made to the City Kecorder,
as in niich Chapter 8 provided within
ton day from the dato of this notice.
Forms for such applications may be
seemed -4'rom Hie off.ee of the City
lated at Pendleton, Oregon, title
?rd day of Mareh, 1921.
THO.S. FIT5C OERAI.D,
XOTK R OK KTIIFICT ASXKMHM EXT
I XS T.VM.M KXT JMt I V lUXi
Notice la hereby given that tho
Common Council' of The- City of Pen
dleton, on February ld.'19Jl, ' did
muKe an nwiwmenf for the Imnroye-
ment of Jefferson strcVt from the
north line of Mnrtln street lo the north
line of VH.' on street, in The City 'of
Pendleton and did assess the contract
prlco for making such Improvements
against tho lots', parts of lots and par
cels of land, especlajjy benefited there,
by. All persona affected by such Im
provement and assessment desiring to
take advantage of the provisions
"'T'hnpiT 5 of Tltl 20 of lord's
Oregon , Laws providing that uch
assessments may be paid in ten
minimi Invtallmenls are hereby noti
fied that application so to do must be
made to the City Kecorder, a In such
Chnpter 3 provided within ten day
from the date of this notice". Forms
for such applications may be secured
from tho office of the CHy Recorder.
Pated ar Pendleton, Oregon, this
Srd day of March, 1921.
THUS. FITZ OEMAt.D,
XOTK'K OF STHKRX, AKNF.HH.MBXt
Notice la hereby given that the
Common Council of The City of Pen
dletqn, on February 1, 1921. did
make e.n assessment for the Improve
ment of Matlock etreet from the north
lino of Rnlcy street to the north
line of Jackson street. In The City oi
Pendleton, and did assess the contract
prion for making said improvement
against the lots, parts of lota ana
parcels of land, especially benefited
thereby. All persons affected by such
improvement and assessment destrtn
to take advantage of the provision of
Chapter 5 of Title 26, of Lord's Oregon
Law providing that such assessments
may be paid In ten annual Installment
tro hereby, notified that application
so to do mu.'t be made to the City Ile
eorder, as In tftich Chnpter 3 provided
vithln ten days from the date of this
notice. Forms for such application
may he secured from tho office of the
Dated at Pendleton, Oregon, this
,3rd day of March, 1961.
THOS. FITZ onrtALD,
' City Recorder."
WHBItBAfil, the property recom
mended by the City Hurveyor to be In.
eluded within tlm boundaries of the.
distiii;l benefited Is In the Judgment ot .
ihe Common Council properly to lie
included within such Improvement Dl-
trlct and no property is excluded
therefrom which ahould properly bo
lijiiiided therein, and "
WHKIIKAH, the improvement of tha
hereinabove described portion of v
Orange Ktreet either gravel Dltullthia
pavement, Concrete pavement or War
renlte Bltiillthle pavement on Crushed
rock or crushed gravel foundation I
at this time necessary, therefore, be It,
UKHOLVKo by the Common Coun.
ell of the City ot Pendleton thnr It la
expedient to Improve and It Is- hereby
proposed to Improve (Iranva Htreel
tront the North Line of Court' Street to
the Booth Line of Lewis Mtreet, by pa,
ing the same with either gravel cltu.
ill hie pavement or concrete pavement
or Watrenlte Ultulllhlo pavement on
crushed rock, or crushed gravel foun- ,
4atlon; such pavement to be construct
ed and the surface thereof to be finish- -
ad upon the established Kide of said
direct and the street to have curb and
gutters and all other things In accord
ance with end aa shown lit the plana
and specification for tho Improvement :
of said portions of said C'ng KtMet
from tho North Line of Court Street :
td the South Mn of (wi Street, pre
pared by F, B. Hayea. City' Surveyor,
filed with Ihe Recorder of said City on
the Sth day of December, J920, which
said plans and tieclflcatldn are here- .
by particularly referred fa, and1 be it
' riitf Krtt
RKHOLVF.n that the Engineer1'
estlmatea of the probable total cost of
ticli Improvement, which said City
Engineer's estimate was made and
prepared by F. H, Hay, City Surveyor
of said City, in the um of 314.6
and was filed with the Recorder of
said City on th th. day of December,
in 20. -4a hereby Included' and hereby re- .
ferred to particularly; and be It fur-'
her " . ,
RF.SOl.VErV that th plana and
specifications and estlmatea for inch
Improvement a prepared by the City
Surveyor and filed with- the 'Recorde
of the City of Peadleton on the stn,
doy of December, 120, be and they
are hereby adopted and approved, ana
be It further
RESOLVED that th eost of making
uch Improvement shall be a charge
and Hen upon all lota, part of lot and
parcel of land to be benefited by such
Improvement and the owner of aucn
lots. part of lot and parcel of
land o specially benefited by auoh Im
provement shall be liable for the pay
ment of the cost thereof, and be It
RK80LVED thai an Assessment Dis
trict Is hereby created to be known a
, ' ie Match Has Great Weather;
Locala Score 71 Points.
', SPOKAXE, W'aeh., March 7.- Fair
weather in Inland- town Sunday made
Meal conditions for contestants' in the
Iniund Empire telegraphic trapshoot-
In tournament.' Following are the
' Weruitchee, 71; Ellenebnrg, (3.
iidessa, 73; Coulee City, 79.
. ilprague, 71; Tonasket, tl.
Hmkane, 75; OrovHse, 70.
FaUiuat, 7: Cheney, .
,! r!t. John-Oarfleld. 7; Yakima, "l,
.I'endleton. 71; Walla Walla, 70.
Ijewiwton-Fonwroy, 75J Waitsburg,
' M'allace, ; Kellogg, .
Pendleton Rod Gun club catter
l'n exiiena met members of the Walla
WaJla oluh ' Sunday t the Bpokesman
Ijevtew telegraphic . shoot, winning
with 7t to Those, here from tht
f harden etty and their sc ores were, Mc-l.j-an
14, PfW CHrlen 23, Morrisort
J. Whit II, Sllmmlok 23, Uoiwrts 1,
jmmene 1, Anderson 18. Three
I f" core fr the fisltors 78. I'en-
r lon high men were Ingram 21.
fith 24. Kirkpatrtc IS. 19 Matlock
II Daley 23, Hpangle 2. Bowman 25.
) "'ii: of the Remington Fire Arms Co.
'l f. VA Mrris of th Western Shell Co.
Wed 2i. John WcNurlin , 22 and
' Sarles ihimillon 21. T. Barclay 2f.
" t"ive be;t serirca for Pendleton 71.
! n imitation to shoot -with th
VjiMa Walln club next Sunday -i.
d.K'd W the (iarden City club and If
j)e who wih' to go will give their
i'.yiie W the eecrtary of the Fendle
. n rluti a fair else iuad of shooters
t f y 'oake thf trip.
(East Oregonlan Epecial.)
MEiACHAM, March 7. Mrs. J. B.
Baker. Jr., was in La. Grande Monday
shopping.' - . , .
Frank Watkins left Monday
Dave Bell wag' in Pendleton Mon
day. Oscar Bowman and wife from Dcx
burg, Idaho, were here the past week
visiting Dick Bush and family. Mrs.
Rewman va formerly Miss Grace
liubbard ot McKay.
W. JL Cheif left Tuesday for ' La
Mrs. Media Mathes from La Grande
for was here visiting her father, H. F.
J. D. Casey was a business visitor In
La Grande Wednesday.
Mr. Bush shipped his crop of wheal'
to tho Collin mills at Pendleton.
Mrs. H. T. Dealy was in La Grande
Thursday doing her spring shopping.
Fred Bell of lone, is here, visiting
liis fatherD. D. Bell.
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Nordon from Ka-
mela was visaing relatives and friends
Mr. and .Mrs. Oscar Bowman left
this morning for Itexburg, Idaho,
where they have farming Interests.
AoNl KSSF-S TO CRIME
PORTLAND. March 7. L P.)
John Kawacinskl, alias Bruno, con
fessed to. killing Harry I'awluk. lie
claimed he shot in self-defense during
a quarrel over some smuggled silks.
Notice of Street Improvement
Notice is hereby given that at a regu
ler meeting of the Common Council of
The City of Pendleton held ' at the
Council Chambers In Pendleton Ore
gon on February 23rd, 1931 the fol
lowing Resolution wa duly adopted:
. WHEHRAS. th City Purveyor of th
City of Pendkton did on the 23rd. day
of Februarv, 1921, tinder directions
snd by requirement of the Common
Council fiTe In tho office of the Re
corder of the City of Pendleton, plans
and specifications for an apVropriato
improvement af the following named
street In said city;
Grange street from the North Line
of Court Street to the South Line of
Lewis Street, together with the esti
mates of the work to be done and the
probable cost thereof with a statement
of the lots, parts of lota and pnrccela
of land to be benefited by such Im
provement and the percentage of th
total cost of Improvement, which each
of such lots, part of lot and parcels
of land should pay on account of the
benefits to be derived from such Im
WHBRHAfl. the Council has ex
amined such plans and Specifications
and estimates and found the same sat
isfactory and the estlmatea therefor
to be in accordance with the probable
cost or sncn worK, and,
"Assessment Dlitrlct ,No. It' embrac
ing the property benefited and to be
assessed for the payment or aucn im
provement', svblch Assessment Dis
trict shall Include all lots, part of lotr
and parcel of land lying and being
within the district bounded and
described a follow, td-wlU
DuMTiptioD of AMHTwnicnt Dlatiict
Beginning at the southwest corner of
Lot S, Block 1, Jacob Addition to Pen
dlcton; .thence ifiO feet north and par
allel with the west line- of Grang
Street; thence 260 feet east along th
south line of Lewi Street; ' thenc
.South 330 feet and parallel with. the
cast line o Grange street: then west
on th north line of Court Ktreet to the
point of beginning. And be it further
RMSOLYKD. that of this
resolution together with a notice that
the survevnY estimate of the, propor
tion of the coat of said work to be
charged against each lot, part of lot
a-.d parcel of land Is on file In th of
fice of tho City Recorder, be publish
ed for a period ot ten day In tha East
creKoman wnicn newspaper is nereoy
designated by the Common Council
for the publication thereof
And notice is further given that th
Surveyor estimate of the cost of said
improvement to be assessed against
each Ijot, part of Lot and parcel of
Land on account ot aald Improvement
I now on file In the office of tho City
Recorder, aubject td Inspection, Don"
and dated at Pendleton Oregon till
4th day of February 1911.
THOS. FITZ GERALD. ,
(East Oregonlan Special.);
riLOT ROCK. March 7. Mis RutrV
WHEN RAIL FLIERS CRAJH.
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More than 4i persons died In this
twisted? mas af wreckage when two
Crair'i 1 Him Oidy (Aniline
ft, .nd .".rigln.1 Cold and Grlp fwk ssenger train, crashed at Por
,,,ui .K. Kir. vou aet BROMO.)"r- ,nl- Th Canadian, a Iflchigan
entral flier bound from Chicago to
Tronto, tore down en the dangerous' tracks When the Interstate Express,
diamond'' crossing at Porter and hit ,X Y. f. Bm)ton-to-Chago flier? raced
a derail set against, her.- The whole Into the crossing at 65 miles an hour,
train left the rails and ws bumping The Interstate' mogul engine plowed
to s stop acroaa the New York Central I through two day coaches of tha derail
ed train, then spun around and turned
over on Its side. Most of the victims
were In these day coache. On the left
is the wreckage of one of the Canadi
an's couches; In tli center is th In-
terntate'a great engine lying upside
down along the broken rails. Six bod
lea were pinned under the engine
when thla picture wa taken. The
wreck occurred tho Bight OX Fb, 7.
Reler and Mrs. Lcota Warner wer
Pendleton visitors Tuesday. Mlair Rrt
ler went down to eonsult Dr. McKen
ale about her ear which has heen- glv
Ing her considerable trouble' lately1.
Mrs. Walter Weghor and daughter,
Garnctt, were guests at the home of
Mr. .and Mrs Frank Done Tuesday
night. . .. ... .'.
Mrs. Twig Hlrikis wan shopping In?
Thursday was a busy day for a num
ber of the bimlnesa men of Pilot Rock
who spent the day cleaning up the
grove which M. A. Bturtevant haa leas
ed to the city for a period of ten year.
Thoy plan to put- out new trees ana
hope within a few year to have
beautiful park with plenty of shade.
Members of the Women' Community
Club served lunch to the worker at
the noon hour. i '
Prof. J.;0. Russell and member ot
the boys basket ball team of the local ,
high school left Thursday for Wean
to compete In the Eastern Oregon.
Basket ball tournament.
Mrs. W, C. Stanley and daughter"
Camilo spent Thursday and Friday In
M. D. Orange! Is homo again after
short visit with hi son Rodney, in,
The following program was given at
the grammar school Tuesday after
noon by the sixth, seventh and- eighth
grade pupils: , .
Hong Hoys Scout March, .
School- Paper Dale Hutchinson.
Dialogue "Oh you Teacher," Sixth
Recitation Ruby' frurchlnsrin. .
Treading M,onroi Hemphill.
, Stunt "Jones Jnisa' Orohesl m,-,
eighth grsdo. ,
Song Daphne Smith, Dolly stubble
field, Mildred Hemphill, Xovs, Bolln. ..
Song Star Spangled Banner.
Mrs Fred Groves, who underwent
an operation In Pendleton lust week Is
reported much Improved. "
Mr. and Mrs. M. G. ' Fdwards ars
spending the week visiting In pendle.
Mr. Ben GUI left Friday for Wasco
to join her huabani.
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