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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, MONDAY EVENING, MARCH 28, 1921.
EGULATE CROP' -PRIG
IHJ TWE ARE REGULATING MERCHANDISE PRICES. ; The farmer hau't bwii getting what he should for his crops. U doesn't seem fair; but we can't
regulate that. We can regulate the prices Ave ask for our merchandise, we're making them very low; 1st, by getting the best the market affords, the qualiiy
that ill wear aiid serve longest; 2nd, by cutting our profits to the bone. You'll see remarkable values here this spring. It will pay you to trade here.
Since remodeling our
Moit e have an e;
rliunve men's ehoe' de
price. It will pay you to
'buy your shoe here,
no matter what style
you want, whet her
i drexs. stle or service,
partment and we're
offering the best shoe
, valued in Pendleton.
Our assortment of
- styles and stiee in rom
plcte. We'll fit you to your
entire i I I s'setinn.
both aa to quality and
It will pay you to buy
your shoes here, no
muter what style you
want, whether dress,
style or service.
V- H 1
tt -!f tlie Hart Scliatlner c
riXy vOr Marx lonS ear kind
VANV-AV by selling
1 1 I them to you at j)rices
We're doing ft in two
ways: First, by getting
of the last few seasons.
8 45.00 to $75.00
LA PORTE SPRING
Wide Range of Prices
"from COcto 82.50 Yd.
Here is one of . the most
ifashionable "spriner fabrics
;for waists, dresses and;
;blouses. You wont find any-j
i thing more up to the minute
land pretty than our Laj
Porte Voiles. t
If jou want something i
distinctive look' through this!
line, a yard 60c to $2.50. I
AND DEVONSHIRE j
Our Prices are always low,;
a yard 34c. j
'Such materials as these:
rmake mother's work lighter (
by providing play suits and !
dresses for little tots out of.j
this sturdy, washable ma-ij
j , tenal. Gooq assortment of
patterns in stripes, plains
Special Value, yard 34c
' WOMEN'S JERSEY SUITS AND
. . , I .
We have just received a very choice assortment
of Jersey suits and sport jackets for sports wear, in
plain, heather and combinations of colors. Some
with checks, plaids and plain skirts. ,
Jersey Suits are priced at. . $25.00, $32.50 and $38.50
Jersey Jackets $9.85 and $12.50
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You Will Find That There is But One
Lowest Priced Shoe Sl;op in Pendleton.
Anil That "IxmcNt l'rli-iil Shop" In )n-nriiiK for Jou a
L, PORTE SPORT
We are featuring in our
ale of 3700
j dreSS gOOds department a 'When m tlu-m all pllril Hit hi Mun yinriry that thrard SO.MK .hcie tlniv. .
I very special value in stylish ! . ;. " .-. ' . rln'mrc irn r mricr vorr - ''
! La forte skirting. This is a I , THE PRICES WILL PLEASE OU
fine light weight wool fab-:' fur, we Imvr lashol still lower lm "alnn.lv low" HarKitln t!a vnxtit pi-Ui-; iiimI wi hnvc iJastml the
nC that DleatS beaUtifullV.. p,'c"i wl,h 't,rmintJmi U i i ril our JH'I-Kf llu-nniit uunilM-m of lls atiil mhIs.
!t..(. tu. : t j!
iusl witj tinny - xvr picat-tun r ri tt rr, T1 , . ;
iieiieci upon inese racis: . .
' skirts. It comes in novelty
i j plaids and a few in stripes
r and in all the new spring and
Every modishly dressed
j! woman will want a skirt
!;made of this sport skirting
1 56 inches wide and only
j $4.75 yard.
.tittle riillilirtt' Shoes that now post jou $2.25 all over town lire orri-nil in me tnlile for $1.20 rlinlne.
and ;irl.H' Khocd that hi camiot 1uill ntp fiir twlif the oiiHiunt are offerwl for $1.8$.
WoniinN Shoe will Hell for $2.88 and $I.0H, hut don 't.nmftisc the quality Willi the Mile price. .
Men's hn will K'U at priK-si so low that a gooil mm 'limit would nay "It' not kikkI hiiinrwi."
THIS SALE WII.Ij IXC'I.I'DK IIKJiinKJi THK AliOVK "
f f . y t
CliHtlren's Piimp t'hildren' KamlalH, Frit Slipper for all, TI'NMS SHOIX, Women Pumps. Woinen'a
Oxfords, White t'anvaH Shoes. , . , . '
Thej-'re all on file Just ax fast as we ran tie thetn tip-lher and mark tlie Mie and price tlierenn.
QUALITY AND FAIR DEALING IS
WHAT YOU GET HERE.
niji ii jwi umpiiM..
1 WHERE IT PAYS TO TRADE t ' 1 -ZIl V
VISIT THIS STORE AS OFTEN AS
POSSIBLE. NEW THINGS ARE AR
'FROM THE PEOPLE
' THK WEST GREAT PIUOBLKM
649 Fifth Avenue
v Xew Tork,
March 22, 1921.
n.litor, E-ist Or?gonian,
j; I am taking tho liberty of calling to
our attention what I consider la to
day a -at problem facing the United
.fitaten. I nave Just been reading "The
I'ride of Palomar'' In the Cosmopoli
tan Manaaane and. am impressed be
yond words by the magnificent expose
ft this problem, which should" have
"iir thoughtful confederation.
tr. Kyne ha placed before the pub
Y,n in an extji-mely IntereatinR and en
tortaininy manner the prave problem
which is facing the Pacific Const; he
haa dexterously handled the innermost
instanct of the little yellow man; he
has represented our foremost national
problem skilfully and without preju
dice and yet with a significance that
cannot be mistaken.
Personal investigation over three
years has shown ir.e that we are draw
ing near unto the crossroads of Am
erica's future Oriental destiny. Ja
pan's peaceful' penetration can mean
nothing save a direct insult to us. Ab
solute exclusion of all Orientals will
be the only solution of the problem.
As. in 1917. we are again facing a cru
cial moment, and it is for us to settle
it now in Washincton, rather than at
some future date in Tokio.
I would like your opinion on a sub
ject, -which is a vital one. And if you
vill permit, will embody it with other
data on this subject.
Yours very truly.
CORXELU'S VANDERfllLT Jit.
TO BUILD HOSPITAL
FOR THE BELGIUMS
to Your Interest
If you have been dissatisfied with the place
you have been trading and are looking for a
clean sanitary market where you can order all
your Meats and Groceries at the same calling,
.follow the policy f hundreds of the shrewd and
careful housewives and start the month of
April risht by ordering your table supplies from
THE TABLE SUPPLY. We buy to the interest
of our customers always.
"THE TABLE SUPPLY
" BY R. H. SHEFFIELD
(United Press Staff Correspondent.)
- BRUSSELS, March 28. To Centra,
llze, extend and modernize the opera
tions of the faculty of medicine of
Brussels University, the trustees of the
Rockefeller Fund are contributing a
sum of forty million francs. The un
derstanding is that the local authori
ties also do their part, in the way of
financial help and service, in the re
alization of what is, for a little country
like Bclgiam, a gigantic scheme. I""" and who was ent to a German
One of the two main existing hos- Iortr" tor hi """ado, ty this
pital buildings of the captlal and a (Rockefeller gift is a great thintf for the
nearbv barracks are to h eiiilred fni-! nation. Tho new hospital, which will
the use of the faculty, and here will be i D flUed on modern lines, will contain
centralized operating theatres class
rooms, laboratories, students' cantines.
and various other offices and depart
ments of the medical school.
President Vincent of the Fund and
Secretary Flcxner of the General Edu
cation Board, have taken back with
them to the United .States tho accept
ance of the government reached be
tween the local authorities and their
own trust committee. '
Mayor Max, the plucky little Brus
sels burgomaster who defied the Ger
at least 350 beds probably more. The
nurses' home Is being fitted I'p by the
committee In charge of the trust funds
dedicated to the memory of those two
women "war heroes, Misa Cavell and
Aside fiom the main frift of forty
million francs, tho Rockefeller Trust is
giving 1260,000 as an endowment of
the new hospital.
Chkago Ghdlenges World
Phone 1S7 md 1SS
739 Main Street
CHAS. D, DESPAIN & CHAS. W. GOODYEAR
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IWD MEN ARE DROWNED . j
WHEN BOAT CAPSIZED,
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CANYONVILLJ5, Ore., March 28.-
lT. I'.) l eter Kufner and Tom Fer
ris were drowned In treacherous cow
creek canyon while tl'.ey were tryln?
to recover a cable from the creek bed.
The boat capsized. Joseph Cfahne, a
companion was saved.
work to be don and the probable cost
thereof with a statement of tho lots,
parts of lots and pnrceU f land to be
benefited by such Improvement ana
the percentage of the total cost of im
provement, which each of such lots,
Parts of lota and parcel of land should
Pay on account of the benefits to be
derived from such Improvement, and
WHEREAS, the Council haa ex
amined such plans and specification
and estimates and found the same sat
isfactory arid the estimates therefor to
be in accordance- with the probable
cost of such work, and,
WHEREAS, tho property recom
mended by the City Surveyor to be In
cluded within the boundaries 'of the
district benefited is in the Judgment
nf the Common Council properly to be
Included within such improvement
Wstrict and "no property Is excluded
therefrom which should properly be
included therein, and
VHBRL'A3, the improvement of the
hereinabove described portions of
Thompson Ktreet either gravel Blthu
referred to particularly; and be It fur
ther .. . ,
R1WOLVED that the plana find p.;
cincation and estimates for such lm.
provement as prepared toy tht City
Surveyor and filed with the Recorder
of the City of Pendleton cm' the iih.
day of March, 121, be and they are
hereby adopted and approved, and b
Resolved that the cost of maltln
uch improvement shall tm a charge
and lien upon all lots, parts of lota and '
parcels of land to be benefited by iuch
Improvement, and the owner of gdeh
lots, parts of lots and parcels of lurid so
Parts of lota and parcels of land so
speciaUy benefited by auoh improve
merit shall bo liabla for the payment
of the costs thereof, and te It further,
unsolved that an Assessment
District Is hereby created to be known
as "Assessment District No. 78" em
bracing the property benefited and to
ba assessed" for the payment of such
improvements, which Aseeasmcnt DIs.
trict shall Include all lots, parts of
Hthlfi pavement, concrete pavement or pots, and parcels of land lying and be
Warrerilte Iilthulihic pavement - on In within the district bounded and
crushed rock or crushed travel fonn
elation is at thls'tlme necessary, there
fore, be It,
rtererthed as follows, to-wlt:
Description of Awesiiicnt Dtstrht
j .J:,tHiiJvvij oy tne common Coun-j Commencing from the northeast
I ell of the Citv. of Pendleton that It Is corner of lot 1 3 block US, Reservation
! expedient to improve and it is hereby; addition to Pendleton, Oregon, thence
proposed tn Improvo Thompson Street
from tho north right of way line of
the O. W. It. & N. Company to the
To Introduce our kodak woe !f""'h "f "l?h strpet; JT!"
IU finish Free one roll and one print ""'" "niiinie
Mich. Ward Studio.
ESTRATEIi Came to my place on crushed rock or crushed gravel foun
Wild Horse Creek, one white faced dation; such pavement to be con
trull, branded horse track on ribs, split "fueled and-the surface thereof to be
in left ear J. E. Troxel, Box 705, Fen.
ateton, Oregon, Fhone 8 Fix.
wella. 19. can beat any other woman ehesa player in
. i iu" " . . M. .i.m hn. flh. haa nlitvat and ds.
' ' iv. world thSl a Liiitus" vi-.u. r r .
feaunl mtoT ot Ui b5t pUyeri la.Amerlca,, - -
Noth'e of Street Improvement
Notice is hereby given that at a
regular meeting of the Common Conn-
m.ii ot i ne ny oi -ennieion neia Bi
the Council Chambers In Pendleton
Oregon on March 16th. 1921, the fol
lowing Resolution waa duly adopted;
VHEREA8, the City Surveyor of
the City of Pendleton did on the 9th. j
day of March, 1921, under direction
and hy requirement of the Common
Council file In ths office of the Record
er of the City of Pendleton, plans and
specifications for an appropriate im
provement of the following named
street In saldvity:
Thompson Street from the north
right of way line of the O. W. R. A N.
Co. to the south line of High Street,
together with the estimates ot the
1305 ft. 2 3-8 In. In a Southerly direc
tion and parallel with the eat line of
Thompson Ktreet, thence J0 ft. In a
westerly direction and parallel with
the south line of High Btreet, thence
1305 ft. 2 8-8 in. In a northerly direc
tion and parallel with "the west line ot
Thompson SlrK, thence 260 ft. In an
easterly direction and along the south
line of the O. W. n. V r rih r
finished upon the established grade of i way line to the point of beginning.
said street and tho street to have curbs
and gutters and all othor things irr-ac
cordunce with and as shown In the
plans and specifications for the Im
provement ofeaid portlone of said
Thompson Street from tho north fight
of wny line of the O.-W. R. & N. Com
pany to the south line of Iflgh Street,
prepared by F. B. Hayes, City Survey
or, filed with the Recorder of aald
CUf on the 9th. day of March. 1921,
which said plans and specifications
ere hereby particularly referred to,
and be it further
. RKHOLVBO that the engineer's
estimates ot the probable total cost ot
such Improvement, which said CRJ
Engineer's estimate wan made and
prepared by F. JJ. Hayes, City Survey
or of said City, n the Burn of $13,.
Stii.ps and was filed with the Kecord-
er of said City on the 9th day of March
1921, i hereby Included and hereli)
And be it further
RESOLVED, that a copy of this .
resolution together with a notice that
the surveyor's estimate of tho propor
tion of tho, cost of said work to bo
charged against each lot, part of lot
end parcel of land Is on file in the of-
fico of the City Recorder, be publish
ed for a period ot ten days In the East
Oregonlan, which newspaper la hereby
designated Uy the Common Council for
tne publication thereof.
And notice Is further give ri that the
Surveyor's estimate of the cost' of said
Improvement to be, assnsned against
each Jst, part of-tot' and parcel ot
Land on account o'f said Improvement
Is now on file in the efflcc of the Clt
Recorder, subject til Inspection. Done
and dated at Pendleton -Orecon thia
17th. day of March 1921.
. THOS, fifSTTjERALD. . .
. City r.ecorder. ;