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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, THURSDAY EVENING, MARCH 17, 1021.
QUrJlUPulBl: 2ke -sweetness -ot Soyj : pnce "never
'equals. tSie bMemessrof:. quality '-Hi pays Mkuy
ike hest-ttoat's what you'll find Sieve, aSyays.
Garnishola, Timento, the jar 30c
Sandvicholar the can . . . : 15c
Chic-nic, the can ... .'. 20c
Chili Sauce,. Ueinz, the jar . . . 60c
Horse Radish, prepared, par 15c, 35c, 65c
Preserves, T. G. (except strawberry)
Teaches. Lemon Clings, the can ..... 40c
Pears, Bartlet, the can . ....... 50c
Pineapples, large can, the can 40c
Shrimp, the can i. 30c
Crab Meat, Japan, the can 70c
Lobsters, the can 40c
. Chicken, bonedthe can . . 90c
Clam Chowder, the jar 20c
Chicken in Jelly, the jar 90c
Pickles, the can : . . . 20c
1 Just Arrived
A." shipment of Johnson -Bros. White
Dinnenvare. Fill vour wants while our
stock is complete. V iiHI2
BUSTER BROWN WASH SUITS ARE
, BEST FOR BOYS v
" They're smart and stylish. . They're
fast colors. They're made better than
other wash suits $3.75 to $6.00
E ASTERS APPAREL
Maybe it is because you're uncertain as to just what type of garment
is best in style? and perhaps you haven't just made up your mind what
models are most becoming. .
You really haven't much time for delay. Easter is-just eight shop
ping days away. To help you with your.problems, we have provided a
wonderful assortment, of the season's most desirable styles. There's a
model for every woman in our extensive stocks. You'll like our prices too.
Silk aiul Crepe Dresses 822.50 to $75.00
Suits, of tricotine, serge, Poiret twill, jersey, etc., $28.50 to
Coats . .... .'. .'. . . . . . ... ...... ".. $1475 to $78.50
This best of all Economy Shops offers
you a repetition of the good sale that we
gave you two weeks ago. " ' ,
Every Piece of Our Fine
Regardless of the size of the vessel, and
with no limitation placed upon your pur
chases. " ' y " "i
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY.
The brands of Aluininuryr'1 offered are
Mirro, Wear Ever, Quality, Ideal and Re
liance. The sale is held in order to reduce
our surplus stock, does not indicate a
greatly reduced wholesale decline. The
manufacturers inform us that their re
ductions to date are not more than 10 per
It Will Pay You to Attend This Sale.
We have taken our loss on all merch
andise in our store and offer you good
honest merchandise priced on present
wholesale costs. -
Silken Hose in Spring's
Newest Colorings -
With the advent of low shot's
comes the need for silken hone,
ami since many pairs are neces- -sary
to your well being, now is
the time to be thinking of re
plenishing your supply.
Mere you'll find large assort
ments of perfect quality, hosiery
in plain weaves as well as in
the season's newest novelties in
Muck, white and every fashion
able shade. Priees range
From $1.25 to $2175 Pr.
. Dainty Kerchiefs
New effects in hand
' kerchiefs are especially
featured, and the entire
collection is worthy of
tion. Each little square
is very effectively trim
med with embroidery
and colored borders.
Top Off the New Suit
With a Spring Hat
Men will get more
wear out of their spring
hats this year because
Easter comes so early.
That we believe in pre
paredness and ready1 to
"hat" you is shown by
our wide assortment of
soft and derby hats of
Correct in Style, Quali
ty and Price
Every dress accessory' needed
to make' the well dressed man
will be found In our Men's
Shop. From his silken hose to
his Stetson hat, every article Is
timely In style, dependable in
wearing nuullty and priced
within tho reach of men who
like to get full value for every
dollar they spend. ,
Sturdy Shoes for Sturdy '
That our shoes last longer
than others. Is" an Item worth
while considering' when pur
chasing new shoes for the
youngsters. They are scienti
fically made of good wearing
leathers. In black and tan, lace
and button Btylcs. You'll ap
preciate, our pricyes too. ..
Draperies of Beauty,
Utility and Economy
- X -
Their beautiful patterns are
attractive, dependable and ser
viceable, and the fact that they
can stand many laundering
should make ' these hangings
popular among women of thrif
ty habits and , artistic tastes.'
Economically priced; 2nd floor
In Art Dept. ;
You can't possibly afford to buy else
where tUl you've looked here. Then
v you jvont want to buy elsewhere.
K11U0N5 GREATEST JEPARTjHENT TCJ&
TV i IaT 1 x
9 reoBies wariioiis
Li WHERE IT PAYS TO TRADE t
Blake this store your store and get
the best for the price, no matter what
the price. ,
Ft I - - .
1 ,.. , -. . - M- m;r;mimil ; ' -' ; ' ' ' ---1
MR. McCORrvliCK: !! .2
ADD A MACHINE .
STEP INTO THE STORE
BETTER CLOTHES - '
fiiOfS THAT APPEAR SHOCKINGLY VULGAR 10
. SOME GET A DELIGHTFUL LAUGH FROM OTHERS
movie belongs to the people."
Then he made these observations:
"1. Society for ages has been de
veloping a standard of ethics. A code
of what is right and wrong exists to
day. Don't Jolt it.
Movies should reflect the eth-
CH3CACO, 111., March 17. (I. P)
Whether a mnovte" is good or bad is
'all a matter of taste. The American
people are not going: to permit the
hints of the few to say what shall be
shown at the corner picture show.
u. ' ic ,uMj,. not the ethics of
gr to some people get a delightful .u Crests,
laugh from oth .",, "J. The movies have a powerful
Th' r" T.Z " . 'dramatic effect. Don't permit this ef-
M ill continue to be, the censor of the I
. American films. . I
These are the views of W. F. Willis.
1i.:il of fhicaeo's censorship board,
eiiireKscd here st a time when
-farmers are waens a tiifter fiKht oyer J
th' .mention of stricter renwirshiii. (
lis. "We simply need to keep on cen
soring I? a rational manner. , .
"Some people tnink slapstick com
er)' and horseplay Is debasing. Others
think it's great. To some the display
of a girl's ankle Is demoralizing. Oth
ers never associate it with immoral
"It's well to remember that fp
differ, and that if there Is anything
wrong with the movies the people
themKelves will find It out
"Pin your faith to the average man
MRS. STOKES ATTENDS
1 TEA PARTIES CLAD IN ' '
VERY SCANT CLOTHING
feet to become dangerous.
"4. The- average man and woman
! is'competent to reoognire danger and
remove it. preferably iK-fore the pic-
j ture l shown and the damage done. '
"Jtaiy there is no demand from
the people for 'blue films,' " said VH-
APPOIXTMKXTS AHE MADE
WASHINGTON, March 17. (A. P.)
William a Spry, a former X'tah gov
ernor, has theen appointed commission
er of the general land office. Frank
- .vnr-nrtn, of Idaho, president ot the
national wool growers associatlon,may
be named a member of the interstate
commerce commission. .
Tlir reform eiement is conducting
campaign againtJ a number of pictur'-s
now showing, including a comedy fea
turing a well known custard pie hurl-t-X.
which picture is condemned be
su.:e n five-vear old boy throws a
tn wle through a window.
' "Tin- movie should not be the prop-r-riv
of nnybodv.jf siiid Willis. "The
DR. C. IL DAY
1 lliysclaii Mid fiurgeoo
Uocrnj 2 and 25 fimitn-Crawforl
Tlthon not P. ml Itt-V
. Thone 320
Res. I'hone 378-R
NEW TOliK, March 17. (U.
P.) Negligee tea parties In Ed
garf T; Wallace's apartment
here,' with Mrs. Helen .Elwood
Stokes as an alleged participant,
were described by a colored
waitress; who Is a witness In the
W. E. D. Stokes divorce suit.
Agricola Byers, Ae witness, srld
she Was employed in a tea room
on the lower floor of an apart
ment house. She frequently took
tea and light meals to Wallace's
apartment nnd she said, often
seeing a. lady In scant attire in
'the bedroom or wandering about
tho apartment. The ' Kimono
clad lady hi'.s since- been Identi
fied as Mrs. Stokes, she said.
Wallace was ofton there, she de
Engineer's Kt;ma:es was made and
propnred byt". II. Hayes, Cty Survey
or of siiid City, in tho sum of $13,.
315.56 und was filed with the Heeord
er of said City on the 9th day of Munh
1921, Is hereby Included nnd hereby
referred to particularly; and be It fur-'.
(From the Dally East Orcgonlan
March 17. 1893.)
J. L. Cox hits a half section sown to
New Golden grain at his place at. the
head of Spear's canyon. ' . ,
The school was visited this morning
by Directors pierce and Vincent. They
Inspected the primary shades and re-
rported encellent result It Is probable
that, the teaching -force will - be in
creased to 14 next year. It now num
Mr. and M. Nofbofne Berkeley, Jr.;
who nrrived recently from Portland,
WHERKAS, the City Surveyor
the City of Pendleton did on the 9ih,
day of "March, 1921, under direction
and by requirement of the Common
Council file In the office of tho Record
er of the City of Pendleton, plans and
specifications for un appropriate Im
provement of the following ..named
street In said city: I .... ,
' 1 KKSOtA EI0 that the plans and spe
Thompson Stre?t from the north . cif,catoni, and estimates for such lm
right of way line of the O. W, n. & N. , provement as . prepared by the City
Co. to ho south line of High Street, ; Purveyor and filed with the Recorder
together with the estimates of the of tlw pHy 0( Pendlcton on tne 9n,
work to be done and the probable costj ,,ay of Kwhf 1921, n(l and thcy are
thereof with a statement of the lots,inereby aiIoplc(i fcnU ap,)rovcd, and bo
parts of lots and parcels of bind to be ,t f lirthcr , . m .JJf
benefited by such improvement and; . UJB..K.aj
the percentage of the total cost of lm- Resolved that the cost of making
provement, which .each of such lots, ! such Improvement shall te ft charge
parts of lots and parcels of land should nnd lleij upon all lots, parts of lots and
pay on account of the benefits to be i parcels of bind to be benefited by such
derived from such Improvement, and j Improvement, and the owners of such
WHEREAS, the Council has ex-1 lots, parts of lots and parcels of land so
amtned such plans and specifications j parts of lots and parcels of land so
and estimates and found the same sat-j specially benefited by such Improve
Isfactory and the estimates therefor to j ment shall be liable for the payment
be In accordance with the probable of the costs thereof, and be It further.
cost of such" work, and,
, WHERBAH tho property recom
mended by the City Surveyor to be lii'
nBS'OM'EO that an Assessment
District Is hereby created to bo known
ns ' Assessment LH.sinct ISO. is em.
eluded within the 'boundaries of the 1 bracing the property benefited and to
district benefited 1 In the lodgment ! e assessed for the payment of such
of the Common Council properly tifbe Improvements, which Assessment l)is.
Included within such improvement rici snnii inciuue.au lots, parts of
Uistrlct and no property Is excluded! lo,s- a"d parcels of land lying and be-
therefrom which should properly bo ln witntn me district bounded and
Included therein, and . , described as follows, to-wlt:
WHHREAS, theimprovement of the csfritlon of Awwimnt
left on this morning's train- for 111a,
Washington, to m.'tke their home. .
Herbert Hoylen, one . of Umatilla
county's progressive sheepgrowers,
who has imported at intervals a mimv
bcr of fine blooded sheep, received to.
day the test lamb ever brought Into
the county. It is a yearling ram and
its cost was f 1 18.
hereinabove described portions ofl
Thompson Street either gravel Hlthu
llthio pavement, concrete pavement pr
Warrenlte Blthullhic paVement on
crushed rock or crushed gravel foun
dation is at this time necessary, there
fore, be It, '. .
RBSOLVFjD by the Common Coun- westerly direction and parallel with
ell of the City of Pendleton that It is the south line of ' High Street, thence
Commencing from the northeast
corner of lot 12, block 113, Reservation
ndditton to Pendleton, Oregon, thence
1306 ft. 2 3-8 In. In a southerly direc
tion and parallel with the east line of
rnompson street, thence 280 ft. In
AXnftKW BOXAU law iiksigx.s
LONDON, March 17. (A. P.)
Andrew Bonar Law, resigned today
from the cabinet as Lord of Privy Seal,
due to ill health.'
J Pr any prt of the electric
i(m on your car overhauled
and repaired. Satisfaction guar
MARRY If. GRAHAM.
i wniara emc p-muon, m ,
$ I'endelton, Or. j 1
i i ho... m. - - j Mrg )uise Van 0 j who wiU lecture at the County . Li
j lirary tonight, tomorrow afternoon and tomorrow evening, un-
i utr Uie auspices of Ioca women s clutSj
expedient to Improve and It is hereby
proposed to Improve Thompson Street
from tha north right of way line ot
the O. W. R. AN. Company to the
south lino of High Street, by paving
the same with either gravel Wthullthlc
pavement or concrete pavement or
Warrenlte Bithullthlc pavement on
crushed rock or crushed gravel foun
dation; such pavement to be con
structed and the surface thereof to be
130S ft. 2 6-8 In. In a northerly dlrec
Hon and parallel with the west line of
Thompson Street, thence 260 ft In an
easterly direction and along the south
line of the O. W. Tt. A N. Co. right of
wny.Jlna to the point of beginning.
Arid be it further
RESOLVED, that a copy of thU
resolution together with a notice that
the surveyor's estimate of the propor
tlon of the cost of said work to be
finished upon tne esiannsnea stsuo oi j charged against, each lot, part of lot
said street and the street to have curbs iBn$ parcel of land Is on file in the of-
I flea of the City Recorder, bo publish
Xytli e of hlriil Improvement
Notice Is hereby given-that nt a
regular meeting of the Common Coun
fil of The City of Pendleton held at
the Council Chamlwrs in Pendleton
Oregon on March 18th. 1921, tle fol
lowing Resolution was duly adopted',
end gutters and all other things In ac
cordance with and as shown In the
plans and specifications for the Im
provement of said portions of said
Thompson Stroet from tho north right.
nf .way line of the ), W. 11. ft N. Com-
pany to the south line of High street.
prepared by F. B. Hayes, trity Survey-;
or. filed with ino jierorosr oi siuu
City on the lh. day of March, 1821
ahloh said plans and specifications
are hereby particularly referred to,
and be It further
1U0BOIA KI that the Engineer's
estimates ot the probable total cost ot
such improvement, which s&id City
ed for a porlod of ten.duys In the East
Oregonlan, which newspaper Is hereby
designated by. the Common Council for
the publication thereof.
And notice Is further given that the
Surveyor's estimate of the cost of said
improvement to be assessed against
each . Lot, part of Lot and parcel ot
Land on account nf said Improvement
la now on file In the office of the City
Recordur, subject to inspection, pone
and dated at Pendleton Oregon this
lUh. day of March 1921.
THO FITZ GERALD, '
,. Ctty Recorder.
Would you he witling
tn go back to tho sland
nrdt o'f living. that pre
vailed In 1821?
In spite of all the
pra'se of 'The rood jold
days," would,' you-' be
content tn give up the
many convenience we
have gained In tha past
Next time you ' step '
Into the corner store
lake a look around. Of
all the articles pn tha
shelves haw many war
on your shopping Jlst
fifteen . yeara ago?
Make it 24 year and
you will find that most
of the thlnga you buy
today and could not
do without were not
even nuido then.
The telephone now '
places the farmer In In
with the source of the
latest market reports,
and saves him many
hours of precious time
the event of sickness
v. You eat more whole
some food. You wear
better clothes. Your
home Is better furnish"
ed. You have , mora
sanitary houses. You
have better newspapers.
You seek mora health
ful amusements. fi
It was advertising
that first proclaimed
the usefulness, of these
thliuts, that created an
Immediate and univer
sal demand for; them,,
that established a
which made them read
ily accessible te us all.
Your whole standard -of
living has been rais
ed and why? Be
cause the men ' mho
make these better
things are telling you
that you will be mora
and healthier If you
use these higher grade
You men and women
who buy things, let tula
Impress you. You nre
better men and women
because of adevrtlelng.
the reaper and thereby
trade himself an ever
lasting benefactor of
the farmer. But It was ,
Advertising that car
ried the wonderful news
with Its far-reaching
significance to tha
"man with the hoe.".
It I tho advertising
that makes It posslblo
for you to buy "the
bert" with the utmost
confidence In the prom
ises made by the ad
vertisement. It Is' ad
vertising that eneour
ages' the Inventor to
make new comforts,
and advertising enables
, you to use them almost
immediately,,-', t) .
You - know ' ' "what ; '
housework used 1o be.
nenllxe what It Is now,
since the advent of snn
Itary plumbing fix.
tures, hot-water heat
ing, vacuum cleaner
and electric household
appliance. ',, Adver
tising ha brought these '
Ihlngs into the horn..
It has eliminated
Advert IMng Is servloe.
Science, Invention, com- '
merce, are all Indebted
to its aid. It ha rats,
ed the standard of liv
ing, elevated . business
Ulilcs 4nA put us with- '.
In reach of mora real
comforts, more real
blesslngs,Jhan we ever '
Use this sorvlr most
advantngeousiy read -the
day more i carefully ,
than have ever done
before. Added econom-
tes,-: added, , chmfort,
added pleasures will re- -lt,
. ' ' i