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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, MONDAY EVENING, MARCH 21, 1021.
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' It frill b;iv you to shop' here for many reasons. , Here! are the irreatest. freshest, newest, smartest, most varied stocks- in Petulle
ton. Courteous, efficient' salespeople are anxiously mailing to serve you. If you ilont shop here, you doiit get all you should for
your money. . . - .
MAKING YOUR DOLLARS WORK
You can pare your clothes budget and still keep up
a brave attractive front Wear Eagle Shirts of
Parsee Percale, This is a splendid example of print
ing on fabric The" colors won't run or fade. The
patterns you won't find duplicated in other makes.
The cut and. workmanship are just as good as in a
fine Eagle madras. Best of all is the soft, glove
finish of the fabric itself, which gives it the feel of
expensive cloths. ' - The cost is only $2.50
' Parsee Percale. '
HEALTH should he the first consider
ation in the purchase of your Corset.
- Only by a thorough appreciation Of- this funda
mental fact can any woman guard herself against
those bodily ailments that are often the result of im
proper corsetry. The woman w"ho buys her corset
largely for appearance without due regard for ita
hygienic qualities is nearer the hospital every time
she puts it in.
Our expert corsetieres understand modern hy
gienic corsetry in all its branches. Permit thejm to fit
you to the world famed , '
the original-unequalled front lacing corset.
You will be assured the charm of perfect style with
all-day comfort and safeguarded health.
They're priced from $3.50 to $12.50
We are showing a won
derful attractive assortment
of Sport Skirts at medium
prices. The season's most
wanted styles are plaids and
stripes in pleated and circu-,
lar effects. In our assort-'
ment there are no two alike,
so you are assured an indi
vidual exclusive p attern. ,
The fabrics and colors are
- iust what you will need for I
Spriifg and early Summer t
wear with your sport jacket. ":
o: ctn i. o
, Priced from
$17.50 to $28.50
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- PLANS CONSIDERED
TO ASSIST FARMERS
These Include. Embargo Impor- (
tations Wool, Meats, Vheat
and Perhaps Other Products.
We have just received a shfpmentof 'Jersey Sport
Jackets. The prices will pleasud ytou, too.
Beginning; the WeekWim a MgXot rBEB4mT
Make your dollar look big
Boys4 Heavy Stockings
The f uf f , heavy ribbed variety,
(tripple knee) made to sell for
65c; sizes 6 to 10 1-2.
Basement Special 19c
Make your dollar look big;
Gingham and Percale
We've "bunched" every bunga
lo apron in the basement re- t
gardless of its price; $2.50,
S2.75 and $3.00 and have piled
them on one big table for you
Choice of Ail $1.49
Make your dollar lopk big
600 Pencil Tablets
We've just received another
shipment and we continue the
extreme low price.
;', They Are Still 4c
Make your dollur look big
Just the right kind, Just the right Kite,
the right depth and breadth. -They take
iip very little room; $.1.50 regular. See
the Balcony display window.
Basement Special $2.49
- Make your dollar look big
The $72.00 Bilk dress was drawn Satur
day. 'There are still gome silk waists, S
silk dresses, fine sweaters and high
priced hose left to tic drawn In the re
all this week.
The sale continue
Be Surprised for 50c
This store is here for your especial
benefit Make it your headquarters.
mfiAIWO GIUIEST DfcPAKmtNT arco&r.
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where it pays to trade t
Our buyer has just returned from
the Eastern markets and we're pre
pared to offer you real honest values.
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WASHIXOTO.V. March 21 "
Secretary Homer and seme, of the
directors of the .United HtulfH cham
ber nf coin metre discussed the step
which Harding hits under cconsldor
utloii for aiding the Amerind fi,m
cr. These includes ,
1 Kmbnrgo on Importations of
wool, meat, wheat and perhaps other
products. The .pies (lent could pro
claim this under-tlie war trade act,
stilt. In force. . ' "
2 Immediate emergency tariff leg
islation. ' ,
,3Thc "antl dumping"" legislation,
followed by protection In the resular
'utk of Street Improvement
Xotice U hereby pven. that at a
regular meeting of the Common Coun
cil of The City of Pendleton held at
the Council Chambers in Pendleton
Oregon on March nth. 1921, the fol
lowing Resolution was duly adopted;
WHEREAS. th City Surveyor of
the City of Pendleton did on the 9th.
day of March, 1921, under direction
and by requirement of the Common
Council file In the office of the Record
er of the City of I-ei!dlelon, plana and
specifications for an appropriate im
provement of the following named
street In said city:
Thompson Street from the north
risht of way line of the O. W. R. & N.
Co. to the south line of High Street,
together with the estimates of the
work to be done and the probable cost
tnereof with a statement of the lots,
parts of lots and parcel!. -f land to be
fceneftted by such improvement ana
the percentage of the total cost of im
provement, which each of such lots,
parts of lots and parcels of land should
pay on account of the' benefits to.be
derived from such improvement, and
WHEREAS, the Council iias ex
amined such plans and specifications
and estimates and found the same sat
isfactory and the estimates therefor to
-toe In accordance with the probable
cot of such work, and.
WHEREAS the property recom
mended by the City Surveyor to be In
cluded with the tioundarles of the
district benefited la tn the judgment
of the Common Council properly to be
included within such Improvement
IMstrlct arid no property is excluded
therefrom which should properly bt
included therein, and
WHHRE2AS, the improvement of the
hereinabove described portions of
Thompson Street either gravel Btthu
lithlc lavement, xoncrete pavement ot
Warrenite Blthulihlc pavement on
crushed rock or crushed gravel foun
dation Is at this time necessary, there
fore, be 11,
RraIjVEl by the Common Coun
cil of the City of Pendleton that- it h
expedient to improve and It Is herebj
Proposed to improve Thompson Street
from the north ntfht of way line oi
the o. W. K. ft N. Cipany to the
south line of High Wreet, by paving
the same with either gravel Hithulithlt
pavement or concrete pavement or
Warrenite Bithulithic pavement on
crushed rock or crushed gravel foun
dation; such pavement to be con
structed and the surface thereof to 1
linished upon the established grade ot
jutid street and the street to have curb
rnd rotters and all other things In ac
cordance with and as shown in the
I Inns and specifications for the im
provement of said portions of said
Thompson fUroet from the north right
i f way line of the O. W. R. ft N. Com
pany to the south line of High 8tr,
prepared by K. B. Hayes. City Survey
or, filed with the . Recorder of said
City on the th. day of March. 1 1 1.
Men said plans and specifications
r hereby particularly referred to,
n tt runner
fvIA'Kr that the Engineer's
(fmiutt of the provable total cost of
such improvement, which said CitJ
Engineer s estimates was ' made and
prepared by F. B. Hayes, City Survey
or of said City, in the sum of f!3,
345.5S and was filed with the Record
er of said City on the 9th day of March jyescription
1921, is hereby included and hereby
referred to particularly; and be it fur
RESOLVED that the plans and spe
cifications and estimates for such Im
provement as . prepared tay the City
Surveyor and filed with the Recorder
of the City of Pendleton on the 9th.
day of March,-1921, be and they are
hereby adopted and approved, and be
it further ' .
Resolved that the cost of making
such Improvement shall lie a charge
and lien upon all lots, parts of lots and
parcels of land to be benefited by such
Improvement, and the owners of sdeh
lots, parts of lots and parcels of land so
l the publication thereof.
t And notice is further given that the
; Surveyor's estimate of the cost of said
improvements, which Assessment Dis
trict shall include all lots, parts of
ing within the district bounded and i improvement to be assessed against
described as follows, to-wit:
of Assessment District
Commencing- from the northeast
each Lot, part of Lot and parcel ot
Land on account of said improvement
is now on file In the office of the City
Recorder, subject to inspection. - Done
corner of lot 12, block 113, Reservation and dated at Pendleton Oregon this
addition to Pendleton, Oregon, thence
1303 ft. 2 3-8 in. in a southerly direc
tion and parallel with the east line of
Thompson Street, thence 260 ft. In a
westerly direction and parallel with
the south line of High Street, thence
1305 ft. 2 5-8 In. in a northerly direc
tion and parallel vith the west line of
Thompson fltreot, thence 260 ft. In an.
easterly direction and along the south
line of the O. W. R. & N. Co. right ot
way line to the point of beginning.
And tie it further
RESOLVED, that a copy of this
Parts of lots and parcels of land so resolution together with a notice that
specially -benefited by such improve
ment shall be liable for- the payment
of the costs thereof, and be it further,
RESOLVED that an Assessment
District is hereby created to be known
as "Assessment District No. 78" em
bracing the property benefited and to
be assessed for the payment of such
the surveyor's estimate of the propor
tion of the cost of said work to be
charged against each lot, part of lot
and parcel of land Is on file In the of
fice of the City Recorder, be publish
ed for a period of ten days in the East
Oresronian, which newspaper is hereby
designated by the Common Council for
7th. day of March 1921.
THOS. FITZ GERALD,
ADOPTION' RIGHTS CONSIDERED
PKK1.VG-, . March 21. (A. P.)
Whether adoption by . foreigners of
Chinese girls deprives the legitimate
rarents of a right to Interfere with
matrimonial plana for he foster-daug-hter
is the subject of a suit before
the High Court of Justice of Shantung,
according to a dispatch from Tslnanfu.
It is alleged that many missionaries
have adopted young Chinese girls of
poor' families, and that these have
usually been sent abroad to bo educat
ed. The cause of trial seeks to estab
lish the right of the girl's foster par
ents in the selection of a husband.
An instruction from tho Supreme
Court of Peking is alleged to be In
favor of the legitimate parents.
MINNEAPOLIS. .Minn., March 21.
Ranking as the champion flour
milker of tho world, John Kraft, who
ictlred March first, after continuous
service for 40 years, holds the unique
record, of malUina- enough flour to
feed the entire population. of the Uni
ted States and its possessions for a
period of one year. Pecause of Im
paired vision, Mr. Kraft,, who is 69
years old, terminated his connection
with a local flour company after es
tablishing a record which milling en
gineers believe will stand for many
Engineers at tho plant estimate that
during ihis '48 years of active ser
vice, Mr. Kraft made 13S.000.000 barrels-
of flour. According to the vete
ran miller, an average normal person
consumes- about one 'barrels of flour
i year or its equivalent. Mr. Kraft's
output therefore could feed tho popu-
First Meeting of President Harding and His Cabinet
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Copyrigkf. 1921, Harris ft lining.
Tki official photograph of Preoiint Iiaraing and tits cabinet was takn at their first meeting on the morning of March t. 'Vrora,
left to right, back row, President-Harding. Secretary of Treasury Andrew W. Mellon, Atty. Cen. Harry M, Daugherty, Secretary of Navy
Edwin Denby, Secretary of Agriculture Henry C. Wallace. Secretary of Labor Jainea J. Davis. Kronl row, left to right. Secretary of Stat
Charles E. Hushes. Secretary t War Julia W. Weeks, PfstBianler Cisiusrai Will U. Uyi, Secretary of IntorlQr Albert B- Fall, SftCWftry
tto0'ifJJKiJ9er. . .. -.
latlon of entire I'nited States and Its
possessions which Is approximately
1 15.000.000 and at the end of one year
have a largo surplus.
Expressed by milling engineers, the
stupendous nmount of flour milled un
der Kraft's ey.-s would If placed in
barrels end to end, extend around the
world three tlr.ies; would cover every
square foot of the site of Minneapolis
with flour six inches deep, and If loan
ed for shipment, would retpiire 460,
000 cars or 15,300 average trains.
Mr. Kraft has been a head miller
tor 38 years and during this time has
had three mills under his supervi
sion. Born In Schlotzan, Germany, Janu
ary 12, 1862, he came to this country
when 20 years of age. ' It was not until
he had resided here three years that
he obtained employment In the mills.
Beginning at the bottom as a sweep
er, h gradually worked his way up
through the vnrlouli stages of smut
ter, machine tender and grinder. He
was made head miller In 1883. Five
year later" he was in charge of three
mills. In 1908 however, with advanc
ing years, he relinquished his' author
ity overVro ofjthem. -
During his long period In the flour
milling profession, Mr. Kraft has seen
It revolutionized; While a worker In
the mills, he witnessed the replacing
of roll for the old millstones, new
purifiylng methods, and the Install
ation of dust oollpctora. Also, tho
former head miller has watched th
mighty growth of the village to which
he camo In 1872 to a large city knnwn
throughout the world for its flour
Ily HKN'JtV WOOD.
(I'nited Press Staff Correspondent.)
ltt.M 1-1 ( I'V Mall.) With the cer
tain resumption In the very near fu
nire of diplomatic relations between
I Krance and the Vatican and with a
movement under way lor mo rmuu-
lllshment of such relations between
I the Cnltod States and the Holy See.
the diplomatic position of the latter
will be greatly enhanced.
The Vatican, already as a result of
the war, has gained a diplomatic re
presentation never before attained In
the history of the church. During the
past year five new countries accredit
od ministers to the Vatican whilst the
ambassador to tho Vatican establish.
evi early In the war-by Great Hrltaitt
us a temporary war measure was
Tho five new countries to exchange
diplomatic representatives with the
Vatican are Ciecho-Plovakla, Poland,
Switzerland, Rumania and Yugo
slavia. In addition the legations of
Peru, Chill, Hrazll and Prussia were
raised to the rank of embassies. The
representative from Prussia has the
'title of German Ambassudor to the
A total of thirty-one countries now
maintain official diplomatic relatione
with the Vatican, five with the rank
of ambassadors and twenty-six with
the rank of ministers. To this num
ber It Is expected here both France
and the I nltod State will be added,
the former with the rank of an am
bassador and the latter presumably
with a minister.
As a consMiuence the Vatican Is to.
day In diplomatic 'relations not only
with all of the great Catholic coun
tries of the world and most of the Pro
testant nations, but It hn succeeded In
entering. Into semi-official relations
with several of the great nations with
other religions, such oh Turkey, Ja
pan and China. - '
Diplomatically therefore the ' Holy
See has attained' a reputation' never
before reachod In the history of the
church. The Increased prestige and
strength that has thus come to the
Vatican largely aa a result of the war
will be used, as Pope Benedict has al
ready made known. In every passible
way to bring about a peaceful post
wur adjustment throughout the
world. ' i ,. - - -
The five countries which now have
diplomatic representatives at the Va
tlcan with the rank of ambassador
are Peru, Chill, Prussia. liraxil and,
Spain. The other countries represent,
ed with ministers are Argentine, Aus
tria, Ilavarla. llelglum, I loll via, Co
lumbia. Costal Rica, Checho-Slovakla,
Kcquador, UeVmany, Great ' Hritatn,
Haytl, Honduras, Monaco, Nicarauga.
Holland, Paraguay, Poland, Portugal,
Rumania, Russia, San Domingo, San
Salvador, Jugo-Slavla, Hungary,
Crtiguay'nnd Vensueln. 1
l. Douglass to J. H. Marshnll, $2750.
-VE 1-2 SE 1-4 SW 1.4. See. 19, Tp. ,
X. R. 35.
F. Itouanzoin to O. J. Fox, 12000.
Mete and bound tract In SW 1-4 SE
1-4 Sec. 2, Tp. IS. N. II. 35 nnd Lot 16
and W 1-2 Lot 5, Block 7, North Mil
J. H. Brlnker to J. E. Hnynle, 14000.
N 1-2 IH 13 and Lot 14, Block 60,
O. T. Iithrop to O. W. Kerr, $1.00.
S 1-2 NE 1-4, Sec 27, Tp. 4, R. 28. '
E. Johnson to M. M. Humphrey $10.
8 1-2 SW 1-4 NB 1-4 NTS' 1-4, Sec. 21.
Tp. 4, N. R. 28.
R. Ludwlg to If. Rosenlierg $000.
S 1-2 Lot 10 and all Lot 9, Block
Llvermore's Addition, Pendleton. . ,
R. M. Sawtelle to H. W. Robinson.
$8000. Lots 11 and 12, Block ,
Swttzler's Addition, Pendleton.
II. W. Robinson to R. M. Savvtclle,
$1000. Lots 20 anil 21, Block 11, Hcr
mlstbn. , . 'r ' '
O. F. Hodges to J. S. Beckwllh ft
8. Wright, $1800. Portion of Block 13,
Reservation Addition, Pendleton.
C, IA Bennett to W. A., Ford 2700.
Mete and bound tract in Sec. 13, Tp.
6, X. R. 27.
E. Elffert lo C.Haln $1. Ixit J,
Block 11, Pendleton.
If. E. MeLeon to It, M. Robinson.
$2700. W 1-2 Lots 5 and , Byers
Park Addition, Pendleton:
C. A. Cooper to J. H. Ralev, $10.
NE 1-4 SW 1-4 Sec, 12, Tp. 1, N. R.
MAY Sl'CCKKB- AN DREW LAW.
LONDON, March 21. (U. P.)
Austen Chamberlain, chancellor of the
exchequer, who has been mentioned
in political circles as the probable suc
cessor of Andrew llonnr Law, has re
signed as spokesman for the coalition
government. , . , .. ..
Grwe's bt Uie Only Gennlnn
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School of Dancina
, Liberty Hall, , ,
Afternoon 1 to 5 I
Evening 7 to 9
5 Lessons $5.00
12 Lessons $10.00