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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, FRIDAY EVENING, APRIL 1,1921.
OREGON GIRLS' GLEE--
yeiv Cais'f Economize by Buying Cheap
: - - - !' Faie-a-fiafi3 Merchandise 1 '
It will pay you to trade at Pendleton's Greatest Department Store, "where tin; best k nown brands .of dependable goods are offer
ed at prices that, in most instances, are as low if not lower than so-called cheap articles are offered in many other stores.
Pendleton Audience Was Larj-
est One That Has Greeted
Girls on Entire Sprinj Tour.
SATURDAY SHOPPERS WILL FIND MANY
NEW BARGAIN LOTS IN OUK DRY
NEW JERSEY SUITS FOR
We have just received a
shipment of choice jersey
suits and jackets in navy,
brown, black and white, also
combinations of sport skirts
in plaids and stripes with
plain jersey jackets.
Suits .....825.00 to $38.50
Jackets .... $9.85 to $14.75
Values up to $8.50
Your choice, only
These are wonder
ful values, fine leath
ers, correctly made,
nearly all sizes, most
ly button styles, some
of medium weight,
Choice only $4.95
Is - - ' s 'S, X
Simplicity distinguiskes this com
fort corset. In Model 133, ungi
movement of the djustment
straps reduces the thigh, flattens
the bade, brings full wpport and
pleasing grace to the tall, heavy
figure. You are invited to see our
new display of Cameo corsets.
Saturday, Monday, Tuesday
A representative direct
from the factory .will be
here in pur store the above
four days, and will be pler.sed
to give free demonstrations
of CAMCO CORSETS
Cotton Goods, Big , ; . ,
Lots, New Fabrics, flf)
Fancy Voiles; two large vjA
tables including -many ' li'jM'
beautiful patterns and ' fflmk
colorings, width 40 in. ffCtft ( jlrv
Priced specially low, SK '
60c and upwards. -:''$j ..,1&$S&k
DEVONSHIRE AND ROMPER CLOTH
Very strong and serviceable for children's wear and for house
dresses. Special, a yard ........... , . 31c
32 INCH DRESS GINGHAMS
Good quality, 32 inches wide, shown in plaids, checks and plain
colors. Special, a yard 29c
- DRESS GINGHAMS
Standard quality Toile du Norcl and Red Seal, in plain colors,
checks, plaids and stripes; 27 inches in width. Special, yard. . 19c
NO. 100 BERKELY CAMBRIC
38 inches in width and a standard quality, known to every house
wife. Our price, a yard '.V.v. 29c
NO. GO BERKLEY CAMBRIC
35 inches in width, smooth, even weave, good quality, nicely fin
ished. Our price, a yard 23c
UNION CRASH TOWELING
18 inches in width, good quality, full bleached and unbleached,
plain or red border. ' Special, a yard , 19c
BATH TOWELS A
Good weight, full bleached, 19x39 inches in size. Special, ea. 49c
' HUCK TOWELS
18x36 inches in size; good quality, soft and absorbant, finished
with plain white border or plain. Special value, each. . . 19c
SMART NEW HANDBAGS
Just in Stock and Priced Temp
tingly Low from $2.95 to $10.00
Included In mir splendid stock of now Handbags
Is a nrw line of the now -popular llarfr Toole) Has
in brown and black, including all the newest shapes.
I'rioxl T-inti)i(.'l' from 2.05 to $10.00
shopping i.;s piuci:i i.n
T'.iff, roomy shopping bass, attractively lined:
double handle style in black only. I'rliiil attractive
1 jr. low !.
The largest aiidlonor yet rd-iuiled
the. I'nIVersity of Oi wum Ui I ilk'
Club on their Sprlnif tour ai-ccicd the
itlila when they iipiicurrd In eoncert
Ml tin- high s' hmil iiuililoliini In ki ulglit.
oyer ttwn n cleared from ih pre.
ntiiticm and the sumwlll do much to.
ward making up the delicti lnenrreil
after the appearance of (he club at
llillshoio, Hood Itlver, Enterprise,
'nl.iT and l a firamUi.
From the opening number, "Car
ueita," to the group itt Oregon Hong
which clir-d Ihe program, the concert
"ei t w:i excellent. llesidon the vocal
anil Ins'ruinentul numbers, several
Klrls presented a clever sketch "When
tho flock Ktrikes Twelve," appearing
n chnrnilii,T costume. . Ms Hernlce
AlHtiH'k'u nolo number wan much en
joyed. Miss Margaret Phelps, ; , Pendleton
Klrl who In violin mfiolst with the cl n 1',
received an ovation when she appeared
for Ihe number "Ave Maria." which
he played heaiitlfnlly. Miss Vashll
llosklns, also of thla city, waa well re
ceived in n niemlrr of th lr)iT quur.
et and an one of the' plnyer In tha
The vocal nolo MimWin wore e
ixwlully excellent. Mlm Oene1ev
i la n cy w ho Is possessed of a weet
soprano voice san "Mornlnic." by Olio
'peaks, and Miss Laura Hand, contral.
to, snnir "A Hose In th J'.urt." iluu
Imoitene Letcher, accompanist. Is a re.
mnrknble pianist and ihowed splendid
tcchnliiio in her solo nninbem.
NEW PHOENIX HOSE
for men. cotton, lisle and silk 50c to $2.50
3 WHERE IT RAYS TO TRADE BE
Here are a few Exceptionally Good Buys
in Hosiery that thrifty women will take ad
Or any part of the eleetrle
y stein on your car overhauled
and repaired. Satisfaction guar
anteed. HARRY H. GRAHAM,
Willard Service Station,
Phone CS. JETS GO! X
HELIX BASEBALL FANS
East Oregonian Special.)
HELIX. April 1. Helix-delegatea
appointed by the Commercial Club to
represent local base ball fans at a
meeting in I'endleton Friday wero
J Fred Jloeg and 11. L Morrison.
Earner services were held in the.
Baptist church Sunday. There was a
laree 'attendance and the following
IN MOST ALL OUR LINES.
New 0. D. Wool Shirts, now only $4.38
RecL O. D. Shirts, now only . . . . $2.75
Slipon Sweaters $1.00
Denim Coats and Overalls 75c and $1.00
Alaska Salmon, 1 lb. cans 10c
Del Monte Solid Pack Peaches, No. 2l, cans 35c
Also Teas, Corn, Tomatoes, Apricots, Pineapple
and all the Canned Meats at wonderful bar
gains. 10 ft. x 12 ft 10 oz. Tent, new $20.00
6 ft x 16 ft. 14 oz. Bed Sheets ; $7.50
Other Tents, Tarps and Bed Sheets in all sizes
and weights at prices far below the ordinary.
It will pay you to investigate.
Army & Navy Sales CO.
5 1G Main
program mas well rendered, M. D.
Lynn, superintendent presiding:
Scripture Reading Mrs. 'William
Prayer Rev. Stockton.
. Violin Solo William Albee, Jr.
Recitation Hilda Morrison.
Recitation Grace Ieelie.
Song First and Second grades of
Helix school. -
Reading Katheryn Mclntyre.
Song- Third and Fourth grades of
Helix School. -
Remarks Rev, Stockton.
Male Quartette LeRoy Penland,
M. D. Lynn, Carl MeConnell and Paul
Missionary Work of the Sunday
.School Mrs. K. 8. Norvell.
I Preventative Medicine
j Tho tendency of medical science la
J toward preventative meaaures. It la
j easier and better to prevent than to
I cure. Pneumonia, one of the most
i dangerous diseases that medical men
have to contend with, often follows a
cold or attack of the grip. The col l
I prepares the system for the reception
land development of the pneumonia
'germ. The longer the cold hangs on,
!the greater the danger. Take Cham-i
berlaju's Cough Remedy as soon as the
, first indication of a cold appears so an
j to get rid of it with the least possible
delay. It Is folly to risk an attack of
' pneumonia when this remedy may be
' obtained for a trifle.
, A Farmer Cured of Ithciiinntism
"A man living on a farm near here
came in a short time ago completely
i doubled up with rheumatiam. I hand
led him a bottle ttt Chamberlain's Lini
ment and told him to use It freely,"
nays C. I', Kayder, Patten Mills, N. V.
"A few days latr he walked Into the
store as straight as a string and hand
ed me a dollar saying, give mo nnother
bottle of Chamberlain's Liniment; 1
a ant it in the house all the time for
it cured me."
Jiullpo'tlnn and (Vhiwi I nation,
"Prior to using Chamberlain's Tab
lets, I suffered dreadfully from indi
gestion. Nothing t ate nrrreed with
me and I lost flesh and ran down In
health. - Chamberlain's Tablets
stremrthened my digestion and cured
me of combination," writes Mrs.
, George Htroup, Rolvoy, X. Y.
The Road to Ilarmlnesn
Ton must kwp well If you wish to
be happy. When constipated tal:s one
or two of chamberlain's Tablets Im
mediately offer nipper. They cause a
gentle movement of the bowels. -
Vocal Solo Carl MeConnell, accom
panist Mrs. Clifford Kendall.
Victor Mason was a visitor In Port
land last week, he returned to Helix
iriss Gertrude Mclntyre, a student
at the University of Oregon, is spend
ing1 her Easter vacation with her par
ents Mr.. and Mrs. A. C. Mclntyre.
Mrs. V. I'. Mason and Mrs. R. K.
Dozicr wero guests of Pendleton
friends several days last week.
Mr. and Mrs. J. 8. Anderson were
visitors ftunday in Milton.
Mr. and Mrs. Alex Montgomery of
Walla Walla were visitors In Helix
A short program was given In con
nection with the Sunday School lesson
at. the Christian Sunday School Easter.
The offering was sent to the Old Peo
ples Home at Walla Walla.
Mr. and Mrs. Art Grover and daugh
ters of Walla Walla were visitors over
Sunday at the home of Mrs. D. Ken
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Thomas have had
as a guest this week, Mr. Thomas'
father of Portland. .
Cecil Bell, of Pendleton, a student ,,f Queensland, have been assembled
at V. of O. has been greeting Helix , fc' he curator of the Queensland mu
friends this week. (scum. Ihe animal hn been describ
ed s being a type never discovered
PRINCE IS C0MINC
I - j
v f 'f
Jt ' . .:' J'
Mrs. Bessie Reese and children wero
guests of Pendleton relatives over
Lloyd Montgomery of Pendleton, a
student at the O. A. C. was a guest of
Helix relatives ont, cay last week.
Mrs. P. M. Reed and children have
returned from a visit with relatives at
Mrs. Ed Saunders of Seattle, Wash
ington is visiting friends In Helix.
Mrs. J. K. Montgomery of Pendle
ton was a visitor Thursday at the Wm.
Manager Hicks will re-open his
moving picture theatre Saturday even
ing, good pictures are assured.
BONES OF WIDE FACED
Last year we had the Prlnct
Wales. This year Prince Jlv
bcrt of Baroy. 17-year-old heir
the Italian throne. Is coining
Am.rira for ft tour Of the I,
cities. General Diaz Lurattl. vc
rran stateemM, will accouipai.
STDXKY, X. S. W., April l.fA.
'') Hones of what .scientists say Is
the widest-faced unimnl known, were
found recently seventy feet below the
surface of the rarllnsr Downs region
The bones were found by workmen
sinking a well at Rrlgnlnw and wore
broken Into scores of pieces before be.
Ing brought to the surface. They were
stnt to the museum where the curator
succeeded in reconstructing the skull,
It was found the skull In about two
feet In length and about twenty six
inches in width. The newly discovered
remains are those of an animal belong
ing to the group of fossil marsupials
Known at Xototheriums, It is thought.
Scientists belleye that ages ago huge
animals roamed the Darling Downs,
for sevral years ago the yard-long
skull of a giant Dtproladon was found
there. Earlier', In tho same region
there was unearthed the famous Talgal
skull, believed by many to bo one of
tho "missing links'' between the man
and tho ape.
(East Orejronian Bpocial.)
COLCMII1A. April 1. Mm. Van
j Dense-!, county agent, grave a demon
stration of the pressure tooker Wed
I nesday afternoon at the home of Mrs.
(ieorge lleddow of Columbia, where an
i Interested number of the community
I ladies met to get suggestions and see
llhe urtltie In use. An old hen wan
I well done In the cooker in 4i minutes
and also a quuntitx of,lnun showing
, ihe great lessening of time and fuel
used In the preparing of the food from
;:he old method which ordinarily re
iures uboiit two hours time. Any.
jne wishing to make further Inquiry
; In regard to the cooker can consult
j.Mrs. Vanlvtmen at any time. Tha
! -iiWng of fir traps was also the order
of the afternoon and a sample of tho
I hiiki made may be seen at MrK How
ard Relds or Mrs. Geo. Iteddows,
A dress making and mlllnery school
will be held at the home of Mrs. How
ard Held April "th and Kth... Mrs. Van.
Deiiscn will have a supply of wire hnt
frames on hand snd those wishing to
i make new hats ran do so under her
I guidance or can have their old tmf
I renewed. The sewing will consist of
ihe making of gtnghnm dresses and at
ladles are lopunted to bring material
j sufficient for their needs,
As gingham hats are much In vogue
-his year the work will I principally
i or this kind. Each lady Is asked to
I brlr g one nrtlrle of food for luncheon
; and enfree Is donated. A large school
j is desired as there can ho no more
j profitable time spent under the county
emonstriitlon Instructions. Remem
ber the date Thursday and Friday,
April 7th and nth. As but few of the
Columbia ladles attended the millinery
school at HermiHton. Mrs. Van Du
sen has kindly offered to repeat the
work at this time,
Charles Kutton assistant clergyman
of the First Presbyterian Church of
Seattle, is visiting James Tabor, whom
he has known for several years. Rev,
Sutton will conduct the church jger
vlcea at Columbia Bchool Hundny.
Frank- Maugaman made a trip to
Pendleton Wednesday, .
U fi Frasler and fsmlly who nre
recently from Boise Idaho have tnken
tip their residence on the Jones farm.
Mrs. Frasler is a sister of.. Mrs. M. l
Watson of the neighborhood. '
Ho cure for ft, but welcosne
ma k onto brought by
Rhaes Wear Longer
(Vhen you walk in comfort: so do stock
ings. A package of Allen's Foot-Ee.
the antiseptic powder to shake Into the
nhoes and sprinkle in the foot-bath,
gives you that "old shoe" comfort snd
nves wear. Allen's Koot-Jiase makes
tight or new shoes' feel easy. Ladles
can wear shoes one size smaller by
shaking some Allen's Foot-Ease In
nnh shoe in the morning. Sold every
V V Apo Run
Oom 17 Million Jam tW VWfji
DR. C. II. DAY
Physician and Surgeon
Room. 21 and 25 fimlth-Crawfor
. Old Fashioned Methods
Do you know that dentistry has been turned ud tide
down in the past few years? That the old fashioned
KSS6' 8Chl" d teeth U SSt
100 P. c.
Oral rlKhteousnrsH tbro a llv .. . '
the modern Hnmiui a ,i...i """ mmun Is the
A dead tooth is
menace to hrattk. A li jirove
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