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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON. OREGON, MONDAY EVENING. APRIL 4 1021.
Waity ewCleilies This Year for
THESMmEmONEY AS- LAST
MAKE YOUU OWN CLOTHES THIS YEAR."' Pick and choose
freely from the beautiful new woolens, silks and cotton goods.
ou 11 find everything priced specially low. New lots of new
Spring Fabrics at the new Spring prices.
accompanying a uuttencK 1'attern is
a complete expect detailed lesson for the
making of that particular garment
Cutting, putting together, finishing in
the beautiful French style, all are told
by the Deltor to be had only with the
NEW DRESS GINGHAMS
Remarkable Values from lQe
Upwards to 89e
We are now showing unusually com
plete stocks of 27 and 32 inch Ginghams
both in domestic and imported cloths in
striking patterns. You must see our
standard quality 27 inch Ginghams at
a yard 19c, and our 32 inch standard
Gingham at a yard 29c
NEW SILK CREPE DE
' CHINE, a Yard 31.75
This is soft light weight Crepe de
Chine with a very lustrous finish and
crinkly effect; the width is 40 inches.
Excellent quality for women's blouses,
dresses and for undergarments; shown
m all the leading shades.
Marked Specially Low, a yard . . . $1.75
NEW SILK SHIRTINGS FOR
A Yard 31.49, 31.95 and 32.35
We have just received these beautiful
new silk shirtings and are offering
them at specially low prices. They are
neat, striped patterns in light and" dark
Marked Specially Low, a yard $1.49,
$1.93 and $25.
IMPORTED PONGEE SILKS
A yd. 31.75, 31.90 and upwards
These are all better grade pongees,
with a dustless finish, all are 33 inches
in width, shown in natural color, quali
ties like these are sure to give you satis
Marked Specially Low, a yard $1.75 to
NEW SILK POPLINS
36 in. wide, a )il. 31.25
A very serviceable silk of very rich
appearance and you will find a splend
id assortment of colors to choose from.
Marked Specially Low, a yard. . . $1.23
NEW TAFFETA SILKS
A yard 32.65
Taffetas in the favorite silk for mak
ing of garments the coming season, in
fact better than it has been for years,
so we have stocked a good assortment
of them in the most wanted colors.
Marked Specially Low, a yard. . . $2.63
NEW SATIN MESSALINES
A yard 32.15
Most all women know that Satin
Messaline is similar to satin, very soft,
lighter weight, and easily draped and
has a lustrous finish. This messaline is
36 inch.es wide and we show a full
range of the new spring shades.
Marked Specially Low, a yard.. $2.15
NEW ALL WOOL MATERIAL
For Dresses, Suits and Coats,
Priced Specially Low.
The late popular shades in iricotir.es,
velours, broadcloth, polo cloth, silver
tones, etc., all wool materials; 48 to 56
inches in width.
Our New Prices Range from $3.75 to
NEW SERGES, GABAR
DINES and POIRET TWILL
In the New Weaves and Colors.
36 to 56 inches in ridth. We have a
good assortment here to select from
and know that we can both serve and
Marked Specially Low, a yafd $1.00 to
V NEW FANCY SPRING
Priced Exceedingly Low, Yard,
" 60e and Upwards.
40 inches wide, in the new floral and
dotted patterns, fine quality and
pretty color combinations to choose
from and our price you'll find surpris
ingly low. . -"
Marked Specially Low, a yard 60c
KXaCKO 6EEAIEST BEPARTXENT CT322
3 WHERE IT PAYS TO TRADE I
THE BEE HIVE
"Mare for Less"
You will be entlyisiaMc about the
good thing's and the good values at this
A new supply of the Ever Ready Wa
terproof aprons, in new patterns and
shapes, await your approval. Trices
ranging from 9&c to $1.65.
We are daily receiving new shapes in
hats and new trimmings.
Children's Hats ranging in price from
$1.75 to $3.50.
Ladies Percale Aprons, a large assort
ment. Choice, 90e.
Children's play Suits, made of blue d
enim. Choice, 90c.
Ladies Crepe Handkerchiefs, at 25c.
Hair Ribbons at 33c yard.
American Maid Crochet Cotton, 3 for
Novelty Bracelet, latest
Our price is 50c each.
We are glad to announce the arrival
of several new patterns in dinner ware.
We again have th Blue Eird Pat
terns, in sets and open stock A set of
53 pieces. $16.20. ,
Be sure to see these New Davenport
pattern on dinner ware. We feel sure
that you will like it Set of 64 pieces,
A MARKED REDUCTION!
Good, serviceable Turkish hand towel,
23x16. . Very, special at 15c each
Cardinal's Body Lying in State
From the way our trade has been in
creasing, we know that folks are becom
ing more Snd more to know this store as
the VALUE CENTER of . Pendleton for
the merchandise which we carry. We
want you to feci the atmosphere of
friendlienoss about this store and the
pleasure which it affords us to show
goods whether you purchase or not. V.'e
want everyone, far and near, to krw us
as we want to know them ; to feel this is
"your store" and to realize we are here to
serve you in the best and most economi
ill ii w
J ; v : PI
me dmh in late tardtnal Gibbons U shown ryinr In it. In
erred to locf wai chotxex u U turiaj Bias. wouuj
CIHCAfJO, April P.
"XiKht M Ihtf linn fr wnuinK. oh!" nahl
a "Mi'll Known Sintcli niiUiniliy.
!!itt U I'. 1.1'Hni i', In 'nii'(! of th
(Viuk cuitnly uinriitiiff MctMine bureau,
Ii.th tnuilhf'r vri'Mlun,
I "When It'ii riNn ami tlu fiar ni'ttlo
down over th olil tnwn, wliy pwili
JiiBt imliimlly isct lnmOy." wild I.i'kiht.
"initl tiny "Oivihii of cony f I ii t k and tire
pin cm, vMppi'in imd hniii'lii'idi" bhiriillH
llicy w.tnf to lnvf nml hold hund.
"So on r:ilny day, wc lsKiif iiimiy
i nioie miimtiitf lt(ttti tlmn wni-n im-
.still In hrlclitly hhiiimjr."
Dun Cupid Im Htlll an iiotlvn an eviT
tlilM year Imt miirrlimo MoinmH aif
liilllnir off. urvordlnir to I.puntT. Illnh
tli. .ni1l,.i-ti,.nl utll:lt!tll iir
'Vumftliliin vvr" In thr caiiM. I-ciht
t'ottirrt ipiltw know. (
IKt yi-iir 42,riHJ coupli-d i'Tf iiar
rled in Cook i-oniily. Tile A. K. K.
int ni.,rnJ In IU'll tltll tllltt' lllOKt 4lf
:tlu war roiiunrM Imvo none on tlu'
rocks or the purllrlpanm an- marriiii.
I'm Im Kolnif to l'e i'tnr for
"Thl marrlann liornap window Is tin
rccllent barcimi trr for the country's
ronnnmlp condition," ndd I'ifnir.
Cunid' uccnt. however, donlcd tlvit
roiuanco In wcnln- mid that pernio
..... I I. ..,!...... WW
"Onm can he In love and not let mar-
i rlfd.v he explained.
. Dlanati'he here from other citlo of
I'nllcd Ptalen reflert a Blmllnr condi
tion. I'eople are pnttlnir off their wed-
'iini. tinlll 1Kb Ink. lmlr u tvT
PLANS TO SEND SOME
whoopina cou'.t!, !a grippe and
iiioucliiul c.-.uSd ilionlj receiv Imme
distf treatment. 01 irirednti(eroimick
a. um iul'- Uca'lddlaf. ii .
Foley's Honey and Tar
vnJtukirr i!jc best kaown ami Biot
ur il Hugh medicine on li e niark?t.
It 'a Iki'ciii3 and il WUtfr
. I., 1 ..... r.
ciiirwy f "
I nil M1H )l' "l'l "
I'l-ll 10-Ik .I'll. 1 -IMl'l l"V l!BHT IRB VW.
V, fu,i linull S.itra U IQipiAV ak oawi aa4 la
nVn tMit "f
L iiim aiiiB !
..r If he could peek Into U wleked
So It Im that t Im-hc rolin)i them
kelvea of lli iiirin I'k'ram Ion uro K".
tint liai lt home with the firm ImpreM
Klon that w'natevcr Herninny'a other
faulta or vliluea are, Fhe certainly
a t im a holible when It roniea to
nutne live unetj from the "wild mid.
Tliey hnren't anythlnij nanlniit Oer
many In particular, hut they are firm
be I ever In limitation of debute.
To Cilr a Cold In One Pay
Take fiKoVK'S ijixutlve BItOMO
Cl'IXIXK taldeia. The (jenulna beara
tlie alKnaturf of K. V. (Jruve. (lie
eure you Kt I1HOMO.) 30c AifV.
, 8.VX PIlANCIStXI. April i (I. P.)
Divorcee as a mean of (ettlnK r'.d ol
troublewime mittea, aro becoming un
fashionable In 8nn Franciaco. accord
inif to Superior Judxe E. P. Shortoll.
Annulments are provlnpr le cum
liernflme and quicker In fact Quicker
than Reno. Aa a result the grand Jury
la going to look Into thiiiKu a bit.
i'eraona who deiro to travel their
patha ainxly after falling to pull prop
rly In double harneiw, hav dlcoyer
d. Shortall aaya, that they can brln
milt for annulment, alleging the oth
er member of the partnewhip had a
previous mate from which there wan
no dlvnree. Tiie ease la tried and often,
by asrefment or on account of belli i
iiralile to produc evidence It roes un
contested. The niarrUise in annuled.
Th minute the annulment In entered
both pnrtlea aro free to marry amiln,
without the formality of waiting a
I'jt what IntereMa lha court is why
there have Iveen no prosei utlfins for
'iiary (;rowln out of the many an--jMtmenls
granted on the prolines of
i'itaiam'i marrlace. Annulmenta have
iverased aa h'vh n seven a dsj- fiir a
week during the last :x months, court
CIIK7AHO, April 4. Work of the
ItOvu hoepltal of the United Rtatea and
Canada in caring for the alck and un.
fonunnte will bt brouKht to public at
tention un the ftrat ".NnUoruil Ho
pltal liay," uccordlnit to klana of hoaw
pital head co-operating to thla and In
u N'atlonal llunpltitl Day committee.
The date aet la May 12. the Id tut an.
nlvenuiry of the birth of Florence
NljjIiilniJale, pioneer In modern hoa
pltal and nuralnnr methoda.
The purpose ot the day. It ta an
nounced, la to make the public better
acquainted with the human aide of the
Institution! add to have the people
come and aee for themselves how the
nick are cared for, and how young- wo
men are equipped for the profeaalon of
Each hospital la to have Ita own
program, but the da In general will
le featured by an "open houae," In.
spectton f the hospital and school tor
nuraint. graduation of pupil nuraea,
Lewi A. Sexton, auporlntendent of
the Hartford Hrvpit.il. Hartford,
I'oiin., la chairman of the national
rimrritti-p. It in orKsnir.lnjf nuh-cnm
niitteen In Mch utatn and province.
KANSAS CITY BEATS
. BERLIN. VERDICT
CF THESE COWBOYS
FT7lU.IV April (V. P.I The
Texas and Kansas enwboya who
! hrnuitht the American farmers" gift
ji-oMn to nrminy are R'ad to jro back
; to the si'ent p'leea where they breed
I trnnir. aiient men..
j Not tint thi-Vve fnt a grudge on
i 'errJiny. ror that everybody didn't do
hts dnrnnest to nhnw these lomr.
-ancy chaps a cood time, nor yet ngnln
that they're antMJermnn. No. none of
hi thinen. but they wearied of be
nir "hobbled. ',' so they let'nn today.
"We could certainly had a helluvn
I rime tr teti to ourselves. . we did
break out of corral a couple of times
nd range about," snld one, while a
collenmie allowed: "Well, Tiet lin Is
inite a city, but I can't see as It's got
much on Kansas City ot tha'."
Whereupon another hudy chirped
up. and allowed as how the Lone Star
State was good enough for him.
This being hobbled was a case of be
ng drnrged about to see a lot of
hlngs they didn't want to aee, and
more particularly being forced to lla
ten to extra long lectures on thla. thnt
and the other. It may be remarked In
passing that when a Oermnn gets
?hance to talk he hasn't any Idea of
when his license expires. It might
never expire were Is not for tho fnct
thnt somebody else also had a hank
ering to talk.
The cowboys had bad a whole lot of
being entertained (including being
alked to death) nnd had Just arrived
t the station bore, when tho Oermnn
eaaer ot the expedition told them, a
bit grandly. "Ah you are now in the
capital of Oermany.''
A long, Jean cowboy from Kansas
took a quick eurvey of some coal
yards and Industrial places nt hand.
and then drawled. "Well, lierlin la cer
tainly a hell of a dump."
Then again, they were entertained
by the American Chamber of Com-
ncrce with an afternoon dance nnd
uncheon. A motherly American wo
man Inquired of them whether thev
would care to dine first or dance a bit.
Aw. let's eat," was the response
Only two of the chaps could dance.
inynay, but everybody certainly could
Put when you M-y to hobble a cow-
boy with an afternoon danee. a tot of
movies and a lot of Intermirable lec
tures, he may perhaps have different
notions about a country than if well
et's any if he hnd a chance to gallm
"nto a bar and say, "tUmme the same."
SU.T I ,. K K TEAM MOMF.
' SALT UKH CITY, April 4 (A. P.)
The Salt l.ike City baseball club,
which has been training at Boyes
Spr nss, Calif., arrived home ?und.iy
afternoon. Manager C'ravath Bays his
players nve In good condition for the
opening series with the Oakland club
Jack Bromley, a left-hander, will
probably pitch (he opening game. He
will be opposed l y Buzz Arlett, the
' iron man" of. the oaks. , ' .,
FOR YOUNG GIRLS
Any young girl would be de- .
lighted wltb this attractive com
bination drest. The skirt, of
plaited white baronN satin, could
be mounted on X lining to hang
from tha ! mi !,?... a
t - . - i m. am vrr-
blouse of roae-nlnh n nljff hi,,..
crash or linen, eoibroldared with
1 plain ititcbes of wool, would be
1 effective. The wont used f
j embroidery should be in pink
. hlim la van iln. h.ii.l. .. .. J
h.hv, .vuuv,, yuiyic iuu uiaca
3HICKESTLT. S PILL?
sail w LsiAiiisrs msxm
On- cli with warm salt wntef
then apply aver three
Dr. Lvnn K. l!.-ikr:IoA
Chronic and Nervous DUeaaea anf
Diseases of Women. X-IUy Eloctrlj
Th.ru 11 a 1 1 1 ifm
Temple Bid;. Roo,,, u
i a. in, tu & p. m.
' DR. OIIMAKT
In All Ili niM lii-s.
Phoue 110-W p, o. Dux Sol