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DAILY EAST OHEGONIAN. FENDLETON. OEECON. THURSDAY EVENING, MARCH 10, 1921.
AJ(0 MOT :08 OTEP. TOTOOT r QUALITY .
IT IS WELL TO REMEMBER THAT THE SWEETNESS OF LOW; PRICE NEVER EQUALS THE BITTERNESS OF POOR
QUALITY It pays to trade at,Pendlcton's greatest department store, because we always give the best for the price, no matter
what the price. No so called "cheap" goods find their way into our slocks. Only known brands of strictly dependable merchan
dise will Im3 shown you here. You take no chances when you buy here.
, EXQUISITE BLOUSES
Illustrating the Newest Fashions Moderately
Chosen with exceptional care so that there could
be no question of correctness. There are irresistible
models with embroidery, severely tailored and semi-,'
tailored ideas, the abiding and comfortable Russian
blouse and a great number of others. Prices on all
show a marked regard for saving in assembling your
Spring Blousft needs-
Organdies, wash silks, crepes and Georgettes $3.75
S r Owrn tarry Or-acfy '
Pancake Flour, 'Kerrs, the package 35c
Oats, rolled, Kerrs, the package ........ 35c
"Wheat Flakes, Kerrs, the package 40c
Pancake Flour, Kerrs, 9 lb. sack 90c
Oats, Rolled, Kerrs, 9 lb. sack . , . 75c
Our Stock of Dishes and Glassware is Complete.
The ,Kerr-Gif ford Demonstration, serving cooked
oats, wheat and hot cakes.
Wonderful Bargains in Needed Merchan
dise in our Bargain Basement.
Make the best of your $198 '
MEN'S DRESS SHOES
Reserving none, including every kid, gun metal, fine
deep brown calf shoe, where values ran as hitrh as $11
XTRA SPECIALr-$4.9S 1'OR THIS WEEK
And in this big lot of $3000.00 worth of shoes 'you
will find all sizes from 5 1-2 to 12.
What an opportunity to save.
FINE VOILE WAISTS
These waists, without an exception, make Up the .
best bargain offering we have ever yet placed on qur
Good Bargain Tables. They are all of the finest ma
terials and verv tastily trimmed.
FIRST OFFERING $1.98 XTRA SPECIAL '
You will find all sizes i the lot and you will find
that the values ran originally $2.50, $3.50, $4.25, $5.00
and $5.50; , ,
Iet your dollars run wild.
1 REMNANTS SLASHED
We are cleaning up the remnant tables. We are do
ing it by slashing the ' already low prices" that were
previously placed on these good bargains.
. 33 1-3 OFF
This reduction is taken from the B B. price which in
many cases was 1-2, 1-3, and 14 of the tegular price.
This sale applies to all silk, wool and cotton rem
nants. Let your dollar pull a great load.
WOMEN'S HIGH SHOES .
We are sacrificing ,f or a quick clean up over $4000.00
worth of women's go.od shoes in order that our stock
might be brought down to where it belongs. We are
offering all at
25 PER CENT OFF
This means 1-4 less than the Bargain Basement
price, and we can assure you that the B. B. price has
always been the lowest in all Pendleton. The sizes
run 2 1-2 to 9, all widths, AAA to G.
Devonshires, 32 inch .Zephyr Ginghams
and Romper Cloths, Special Val., yd. 35c
You'll find one table piled high with those wrvhvable materials,
they Im.k well, war well ami launder well. Cloud assortment of pat-
' terns for onr choosing. r.
OI K PRICKS AKi; ALWAYS Till: LO WKST, TH H YARD. . . . 35c
Imported Silk Pongee 81.49 ) 1
This is the new, dustless finish silk pongee. Very '
durable and of marked quality. The width is 33 in.
Marked Specially Low, a yard $1.40. !
New Silk Shirting Material $1.49 and $1 .95
New spring shirtings for men's shirts and 'wom
an's tailored waists. On account of it's splendid
weight the material will give unusually good service,
. shown in good assortment' of the latest stripes end
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Priced Especially Low; a yard $1.49 and $1.95
Smart Neckwear Just in Stock
Smartest Neckwear of the season has just made
Dainty organdies in sets or separate pieces.
The popular old eyelet embroidery pieces, in col
lars, sets and vestees. ;
A good variety of laces' of all kinds, some in the
Paris shade. , r
Genuine imported Organdies," hand embroidered,
are the daintiest pieces of all "
. New Ruff lings in net, lace .and Georgettes, white,
cream, Paris and in the new tomato shade.
Just a touch of lace or a bit of organdy will add so
much to the new dress. - .. . , -r i
, PREPARE NOW FOR EASTER.
It's early this year;
vouunoss ckeaiest bepaotaemt stoez
WHERE IT PAYS TO TRADE '';:" mmfm
New narrow knitted four-in-hand
Ties for men, the latest styles, JJ1.50 to
$2.50. . ..
FOREIGN CONTROL FOB
It KHU N, March" 10. Carl D. Oioat.
It. P. Hinff Correspondent, )-Austrlun
Industry nnd banking I" being forelgn-Ise-d.
American, French,' 'Lhgllsh,
Swiss and other out aUlo capital are
hiking large. Intercut therein. This is
true to u lesser extent,' of reCmair In-
"tr'' . .! , '-r I
In Austria, the process of foreign-
Ixliif; business take, throe Jorum, uc
rurillnx to VU'iiim ulvlou, namely: X
cunverslmi uf a furelKn Urunah of a
ooncrn Into the miiln oitiea nnl liav
InK the Aimtrliin ifrifen bniiwhee,
the cuiiltul ut th nfce Wine lieluK
convened Into that of the niain offleej'
t ullowlne convern to reimiin AuetrU
n. hut with the mnjorlty ol M. te'
held hy nutalctciH; S-HnfUMkmot tor--elKii
i-?llHl to iiirremie the iapltftl
stock, hut without tflvlng the, foreign
er the icjiitrolllns lutni. v'r '
An lim'iinie of the fir"t kind In that
of the Ijiendcrlmnk tvhlrh Tm been
converted Into a Kreneh eHUibllihment
leHvln Jte Vienna offices u J-branch-
In the second CRtmry .fnl. th
Uulliin uiirehesci In .the Alpine- Iron
concern. WhUe the tonrftil remulwi
- 1 .... 11 . A,.utfl ... Ihnt til II Hill VI In
tho country It Htock In com foiled by
IliillnnH. In thle connection, It 1b In
teresting to note thnt the purohwes
thun miide pi evented thev ImpendliuT.
aoclitllr.utton of the concern.
... . .. . .I.!-. ......,t.,ti WKi..f. Iin.
jn uiu uiiiu io f -iii' w, v.
occurred In tunny Ineuncei, It my bO(
-ii.. I iimt th nuiirnntv Trunt Com-'
E I pntiy find nnother Ameriain concern
m.tdd InventmentH of b.oou.ouu
erowiiR In tho Oputorrelrhjsohe Kred-
ttunntalt, one of tho olilent iMinKii in
AuHtrlB, which fuunil.lUelt cotiMielled
! to Increase l' cnpltnl extensively.
I In llernmny, one of the most no
: trthlo oiwef pf cnpltnl increne. in
j which foreign capltnl purtlclnnted, In
' that of tho ficrmnn Oeneral. Klectrlc
' company. It In inideralood that the
American Oencrnl Electric yn the
'outfit presenting the ValK of the new
i capital aouiiht aonie montha ago, but
i It waa dlsllnetly atlpulated that the
Oerninn corporation would remain
errh:iii' nnd avoid forelp cotitfol Of.
the (majority atock. L I, "
WILL BE FURNISHED
j Club women of Pendleton, will have)
j charge of the furninhlng V' Oie Vom
lc,ns club roonm nt the county library
mm tho result of th( ttctltw of coulicU
hiat nlKht ill turning orsr to them it
fund of SJ5 which ha been In tho
'coffen of the city for some time. Thla
ifund Is known a the Library- Hall
ifund and was raised by the ladles of
Hie city for the purpose for which It
Is to he used.' A petition wan pre
:entcd lat hlrrh asking that thla
fund be turned over by a committee
from thiuwomen's clubs. Mrs. K. 10.
1 Hoyden Is chairman of the' commute.
I HAUVKY S.MKI AMIIASSAIKMl
! WASHINGTON'. March 10. IV. !
i Colonel (ieorRe Ilarver has been
i named amliaiuuidiir to Indon.V Hard
ing offered Harvey the post and he
' oepted. The official announcement of
j the appointment will not be made un-
til tho other diplomatic posts are fill -
AUTO SHOW SIDELIGHTS
It took some little work to put the 1921, but on the radiator of the sturdy
fturgis-Storle exhibit in working order
at the show. A concrete base was
nece-ary in the talley Light display
aiKl concrete waa poured three feet be
low the floor of Happy Canyon.
i Th Simpson Tire Service Co. ha
enlivened itn eahihit at the show with
a few timely remarks svhich are dis
mayed In poster form. Among; the
t-ntirnents offered are the following,
"if the boot lowers did not use motor
Cars we would die of thirst before the
lenched us." ".N'tnety per cent of the
cars used are for business purposes.
veteran of the automobile world is
emblazoned that single, all-expressive
word, 'TOED." The machine, which
has given good service for eigrht years
to its owner. Carl Weissert, still shines
with the brilliancy of a new car and
from the appearance Of the motor will
doubtless get over the road with thi
name agility. '
Any questions to ask? See Miss
Anna Goddard of the Eastern Oregon
Auto club. She has a desk and a full
supply of Information on tap to ans
wer all questions concerning the show
O! course this depends upon what you i the roads to the show and most every-
C. A. JleGec, of the Howard Auto
Co., f San Francisco, (Jeorge W. Dean,
manager of the Howard Auto Cr.
J'ortlarid branch. C. J. Thirkill, terri
tcr. manager for the company, and
Hf. fenton, of the Portland branch,
rro visitors st the Automobile Show.
thing els. The desk is over near the
Twelve dealers are showing 18
makes of cars. Twenty-one exhibitors
and bt spaces. A regular auto show,
Plenty of entertainment Is being
Me. Fenton is here to demonstrate the 'provided by the entertainment com
Buick chajwis which is a part of the'mittee. Sawyers' orchestra will play
Urcgfln Motor display. Mr. Fentoni every afternoon and evening and as
as In charge of the Buick demon-Jan added attraction a male quarter
si ration at Ban Francisco, Portland, j will sing;.
An'oris, and makes talks at the shows.!
' I Ther are lots of large easy chairs.
i.' Harry V. Lyon, formerly or this. tables and stands scattered around
city, now represents the Cook & (Jill) the building. No reason why the wife
CV of Portland, Paige distributors, should get tired while friend Husband
Sis'. Lyon is here for the Pendicton investigates every model.
Automotive Kliow. having arrived in
the city this morning. I .A tractor is not supposed to be
I I tiling of beauty but rather one of
a It' Is a ,far cry from the Haynes of ! homely sturdiness but not so the
11S1 to the little old hors'-less carri- i Pontoon tractor, displayed at the right
njte effect first manufactured by the ol the main entrance. The fitudy
ef.nipany. The modern Haynes cars i features are retained but a liberal
ut tue show have a likeness of tlieisupply of white enamel and gilt Is
first model emblazoned on the radia- j niaking the Fordson one of the beauty
tur, with the words, "America's First jspota of the show. The tractor is snow
CSor." j white, the seat, hubs and other
: ' portions of gilt and it has black, solid
Among the out-tdVtown visitor:, t (rubber tire. It's really a show car.
IIIM huw are J. K. Iander, manager and as such has won the title of
chines. Slany prospective buyers,
they state, have evidenced an inclina
tion to "wait until the Show" to de
cide. Fair weather always increases
sales, say dealers, and they are thank
ful for the sunshines today.
(Continued from page I.)
lour, is a part of the'Oldsmobile ex
hibit. Other cars shown are an Olds
mobile Kisbt. finished in dark red, a
green touring car and if. three-quarter
In the Oregon Motor Garage exhibit
Is a seven passenger Cadillac.-finished
in dark blue with a touch of white for
accent. A Buick Sedan, comfortably
upholstered, a Buick cutaway chassis
with electric motor, and a five passen
ger Huick touring car, complete the
showing. While the now Biilck hood
is familiar In Pendleton, It is new at
the show this year as the cars last
year did not have this feature.
Coupe Is Attracthc.
A Dodge coupe, placed in the show
by the Ellls-Hchillor Co., is attractive.
Tiie muf hine Is upholstered in soft re-
windows have the patent adjustor and
are equipped with siik shades. A
Bcreen business car, a five passenger
touring car and a neat roadster are
other cars found in the Ellis-Schiller
The Western Auto Co. has a Dort
j touring car, and a Dort cutaway
j chassis in ils display. Another car
sriown oy me company is tne nanu
some Cole, finished in navy blue with
wiro wheels. ,
Haynes Is Shown.
A.' C. Stevens Co. shows a Winton
Six seven passenger car in the ever
popular tan : hado. Hsiynes sport
model, six cylinder car, nnd a snappy
J red speedster. The speedster is a de
cided novelty In color and style.
The new Franklin hood is the kcy-
l-note of the Pendleton Auto ompany's
l.pl;ijv. The (ioosI. interchangeable
on any car, glees tho 1921 model an
entirely new line. The new hood is
shown on a luxurious Franklin sedan,
and on a practical, touring ear. whilo
the old hood is shown on a five pas
senger Franklin with wiro wheels.
. btudebakt-rs Shown, ' ,
Sliidehakers, In the .Special Six,
Light Six and Big Six, are offered for
Inspection . by Wallace brothers. The
Pendleton's newest automobile firm.
Beck & Haynes, shows a Iteo five
passenger car. The machine, a six
cylinder touring, is a stunning model
in olive green, with trimmings of
black. Charles Haynes drove the ma
chine from Portland fur the show.
Bcsldos the numbers by Hawyer's or
chestra, a genuine negro qilartet will
sing at tonight's show. Tho colored
songsters are said to lid mftstefs In the
art of melody., V ! '.'
SEEK RECALL OF PUBLIC
SALKM. March 10. (A. P.) Art
icals of Incorporation of tho I'prtland
committee for the recall of the public
sttvice commission were delivered to
day to I corporat.on commlssionei
Handley and referrtd to the attorney
general before filing.
Tho move was started by Hubert B
chid, oi u -iu-uie-muuie i wi En. nro jiunni n ritv tiir nn u fiinniK rHi:-
lour with a black and gray stripe. The' all cord-tiro enuiDPed. ipcreuso. - - .
of the Ktudobuker Corporation of
Portland, and J. M. Rons, of the 8tu
d baker agency lu Wall Walla.
Truck chassis and motors with por
tions cut out of them to enable the
. Sum Wright, ever since there was aSi'itors to see all the Inside workings
rtndMon Automotive ffbow. ha de-'uie some ol the features of the show.
wnted Happy 'anyon for !he event, j Nothing is hidden and Just what
Tdin year he sdded among many newimakts the ear go is very easily dem
laiurs. drop celling Which gives 'onstiated by this means,
tfto tne hall home-like appearance, j
ii,4 a bitiee-work canopy over thej The first car sold at the 1921 Auto--tttra
Happy .ViiioH. ' imotive Hhow whs a Hodge Ill-other
j roadster, purchased by . tJib Morrl-
ft stands a bit aloof from the rest) son. It was sold by Hex Kllis. of the
i,! tbr A'Heomtlve Khow. ilts-n ihls lit- j Kllis-S hiller Co. The sale oicurred
tie rojidster if 1S1I vintsge. as iijeaiiy this morning. ,
frsiriuiig a!l tbtuini modern. The short.
M-wrc-i-hnprrt. oW-fasfifoned hoixl and I-oral dealers Iwlleve that the Auto.
I;,.. -rrwp:e hchts on either Mile be-;motire show which opened today will,
I M liiiUi rwiiil'laiue to the u.irs of 'prove a stimulus for the sale of nia-
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VIl.V SMITH HOHON'8
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Marshal! Neilnn Prorlurh'nn
"DINTY" ulhh Ureoi Ps-irt-ii
(Continued from page 1.)
at an Ardmore hotel after the two
were reported to havo decided to part
because of a reconciliation between
Hiimon and his wife. Hamon had
reached the, Zenith of his power poiiti.
rally, and had made a name almost
unequnled in this history of develop
ment of tho mw Noulhwext.. Charges
that Hamon at the beginning of the
alleged romance paid his nephew to
marry tho girl so sho might carry the
name of Hiimon were denied by the
nenhew. ; .
The alleged shooting occurred the
evening . of . Novennber 21 Sunday.
Hamm .walked lrjto the,-wlbjr of the
hohl and announced that ho had lie
cldeiilnlly shot himself while cleaning
a pistol he had Intended to take with
him on ii hunting trip to West Texas
and Montana. He walked unaided to
Hardy Ranllarliim and afterward
Frank KotclT, his business manager
ind chief lieutenant, Issued a formal
statement saving the wound was
Late the next day Russell Brown,
ounty attorney of Carter County, Is.,
sued a warrant charging; Clara Smith
Hamon with assault with Intent to kill
Hanion and the woman fled. Sho was
traced to Calihuahua City, Old Mexico.
From-there she conducted negotia
tions' with relatives, who, on the ad
cise of attorneys, arranged for her sur
render. She surrendered to Hherift
Buck Garrett of Carter County, Okla
homa, a few days before Christmas.
.She 'Was released on ball. .
Her attorneys announced soon after
the returned that she would plead self-
Horrmv Is Howard of fngmlly.
ARMtOllE,' Okla., March 10.
( By Clara Hamon, Copyrighted by the
United Press.) Sorrow Is tho sole
reward and. philosophy of the ungod
ly. Those whose que Is ,"eat, drink
mul 'be merry, for tomorrow ye may
die" for their part In life, think they
ire happy, but It Is only the deepest
sorrow and a guise of temporary bliss.
This is usually realized when a tragic
crash comes and thsn it Is ,too late.
This lesson I want the readers of the
United Press to draw from the strange
case of Clara Kmlth, who was a clerk
in a country store ten years ago and
now with fervent ardor wishes she
was still back 111 humble Lawton. Back
In the lays of my early youth, a man
ama into my life but I . will skip
iver my slory Uie world knows it
uly too well. . It is enough for you to
know that I am today charged with
murder and fighting hard for my free
dom. "Why'j Because I was unable
to overcome a man's Indomitable will,
and because. I was steeped in the phi
losophy of the ungodly.- This care-
frea. reckless .but poisoned phHop. 1
ery of it all conies home to me now."
(ion Attonil Trial.
Jake L Hamon. Jr., came to the
trial of the girl who killed his father.
Young Hamon stood against the wall
throughout tho morning. ; His- eyes
never turned from the defendant. He
is twenty years old.
Widow A I tends Ojirning of Trial.
.a. " riMlllUll ra. IMK. I it V
th late today from the-wfcmau she.
accuses of breaking up her homo and
murdering her husband. Mi's, lit
nion's entrance In the tonft waa the
dramatic sensation of the. first day of
the trial of Clara Hamon on a charge
of slnylng Jaks Hamuli. ' Blio -'wae ac
companied by her son. Jake Junior,
and daughter, Olive IleJI, aged 1 1
years. A sickening silence fell over
the court as Aire, lluitv.'-r 'entered.
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8TBILAC00M, Wash., March 10.
I A. 1) Meeting for the second time
slhce they crossed the pfuln together
as boys, the "bta; sis" Mckean . tfruth,,
era have Just celebrnted, a reunion'
here. The six brothers weigh 1207
pounds and are more rhnm lf(nt In
combined .height. They came across
the plains 40 years ago, making the
trip from 81oux City to Walla Walla
Wash., In three months and fourteen '
days. The "Big Six." Well 'known In
the Northwest are Dick, Oeorge, Bert,
Charlie. Ben and Frank McLean. .They
had eight sons In the world' war 'and
are tho fathers of Id IJvlng. children. ,
(From the tally East Oregonlan,
March 10, 1893.)
S. A. Lowell Is In Kcho on business,
T. D. Paige will leave tomorrow foi
F.pokane on railroad and reservation
buslnows. , .
Hon. It. Alexander hss returned!
from a visit to Portland nd Balcm.
He says the commissioners will be here
next week to look ov!1.; thl 'proposed
site for the new naylhmA ;
Antone Vey, one of l.'mntllla on
ly's big. s!ieep-:.fcrrfM, Is "herefrom
Butter Creek. He tuiB lost only 20
sheen out of lO.ono head. He lately
let nrned from tan Krane-lsco whew
ho has been for the benefit of his
A. n. Stillman is In Portland, on
ophy. conies disulsedj but Iho mock- business, J