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DAILY EAST. OREGONIAN. PENDLETON, OREGON, SATURDAY EVENING, APRIL 10,1021.
V7 ire Now Ready if or One of the Big--gest
Underwear Sales of the Season
Hundreds of Knit Undergarments for Women, mostly Kayser and Carters quality
garments, off ered at sueh low prices that you will want to buy a seasons supply 'to
morrow. There is always a reason for an EVENT of this kind. Here's the reason:
When we took inventory three months ago, we found a much larger slock of women's
siimmer underwear than we were justified in having. Now we have segregated the
various numbers and marked the prices down to a level that we felt sure will accom
plish the desired result. ,
We have also included our new spring stock, and as it was bought at very attract
ive prices, it goes into the sale to make assorments just that much more complete.
REMEMBEl!-4)ur entire stock is included in this sale and such extraordinary
values makes this a money saving event that you can't afford to miss.
GARMENTS FOR SPUING AND SUMMER WEAR; THE HIGHEST TRICE
$2.49; LOWEST PRICE 18c. These are all seasonable weights, spring and summer
garments, such as every wonian needs now and will need for six months to come.
Here from a collection that numbers hundreds of garments, you can supply your needs
at astonishingly low prices; THE SALE BEGAN THIS MORNING.
SALE PRICE $1.69
Our Regular Pricing $1.7o, $123,
. $150 and 175.
Women's lisle union suit;s, Kay
ser quality, in low neck,- -sleeveless
style, with band cr bodice top
and loose or tight knee, white or
pink. All sizes, 34 to 14.
Very Special, a garment. . $1.69
LOT 5 :
SALE PRICE SI.? 1
Regular Values to $1.95 v
Women's fine mercerized and
lisle vests of the famous Kayser
quality, sleeveless style, low neck,
with bodice' or band top. All
sizes 34 to 44. ': i'
Very Special, a garment. . $1.24
SALE PRICE 13c
Splendid Values Let Us Show
Women's Swiss and fine - rib
bed vests with band top, at as
tonishingly low prices, sizes 38,
40 and 42 and ycu had better get
your summer's supply now.
Very Special, garment 18c, or
2 for 35c
LOT 6 '
SALE PRICE 29c
Regular Values to 40c garment
Women's fine ribbed vests with
band top, a good wearing quality
for a small price, sizes 38, 40 and
Very Special, a garment. . . . 29c
SALE PRICE $2.49
Our Regular Pricing $3.00, $3.25,
$3.50, $3.95 and $4.50.
Women's fine quality Kayser
union suits, fine lisle and mercer
ized cotton, some styles have silk
tops. Low neck, sleeveless style,
with band or bodice top; tight or
loose knee; a few in ankle length,
pink or white.
All sizes, 34 to 44.
Very Special, a garment. . $2.49
SALE PRICE 69c
Our Regular Prices were 75c
Women's Kayser and ' Galary
well made union suits, in . low
neck, sleeveless style, with band
top and cuff or loose knee, all
sizes, 34 to 44. . -"
Very Special a garment. . . . 69c
BE AUTIFUL KAYSER SILK UNDERWEAR IN A GREAT S 4LE AT ONE THIRD
REGULAR PRICE -
All $4.50 Garments, Sale Price $3.00
All $"4.95 Garments, Sale Price . . ; $3.30
All $5.95 Garments, Sale Price'. $3.97
SALE PRICE 69c
Regular Values 75c, 85c, $1.10
Women's fine lisle and mer
cerized vests, Kayser and Galary
quality garments in low neck,
sleeveless styles, with bodice or
band top. All sizes, 34 to 44.
Very Special, a garment... 69c
SALE PRICE 93c
Garments That Are Priced
Regularly to $1.25
Women's light . weight union
suits in Kayser and Carter's well
known makes, in low neck,
sleeveless style, with band or
bodice top and loose or tight
knee. Pink or white, all sizes 34
Very Special, a garment. . ,
It's a fine, luxurious feeling to have that silken
sheath of loveliness "Kayser Silk Underwear"
beneath one's clothes: Some way, it makes a wo
man's outer'dress more absolute in its charm just
as Kayser's pez-fect proportions make comfort a
'Kayser Italian Silk Knickers, Envelope Chemise,
Union Suits and Vests attractively priced at 33 1-3
per cent discount.
All $6.50 Garments, Sale Price -$4.33
All $7.00 Garments, Sale Price S4 67
All $8.00 Garments, Sale Price $53
All $10.00 Garments, Sale Price $6.67
GREATEST LEPARTAENT STORE
HHW t4U4"l. -
IT PAYS TO tpa rtr IT
Don't fail to
spet-ial features of
New Hotpoint Curling
J. L. VAUGHAN
Electric Supply House.
lttoitu 13 Sl K. Court
I C. G. foltot to X. A. Pattenson
1 Hi 50. NW 1-4 and K l-4 W 1-4 hiec.
. S, Tp. J, X. It. 34.' . .
i V. H. Rogers to A. Patterson $f.
W 12 SH' 1-4 Si c. 3 S 1-S NE 1-4 SV.
1-4 end N1V 1-4 Ker 10. Tp. S. X. Tt. 34.
WHAT PENDLETON GRADE
SCHOOLS ARE DOING
The third grade have thoroughly en
Joyed Jhe dramatization of tlio story,
"Snow While and the Seven Dwarfs."
ICleven parents visited tlio third
I grade last week.
The third and .fourth grades bio
xhiirliiK tho "neatness" pennant (or
the past month.
The pupils of tho fourth grude made
a buruur of tulips tor tlio. black board
during their art periods.
The hygiene class enjoyed the. var
ious demuustivtloiis given by Howard
young for carrying a severely Injured
person. Most Interesting was tho coat
lift, coul-tnil carry, fireman's carry and
cent collar portage.
A very instructive "geography guess.
Ing contest'' was carried out by tlio
sixth grade In which each pupl) des
cribed fully, one of tile counties of
Oregon to be guessed by llio rest oi
Much friendly competition Is being
shown between the winners In euen
group, preparing for track meet.
A drinking fountain Is being install
ed on our school grounds by Orvill
Iteevcs, with the assistance pf some oi
the high school boy.
Thirty three pupils of the seventh
grade have received reading certifi
cates from the county library.
The arithmetic classes have been
much interested In tho drawing to
scald Ihis week. Tho work has been
taken up In connection with art work,
A number of the seventh grade pu
pils seem to have developed a special
fondness for their geography text
books during the hint week, even to th?
extent of carrying 'them home with
them for the night.
Howard Young secured for the class
n collection of samples of various
'minerals for Inspection in geography
work, eome of them coming from
Prudence Gray won socond place In
i the oratoikul cnU'st In the Invwr do
j partnient and Krert IH'nn.on won first
I place from the-fourth grile.
I The fifth grade won the neatness
j pennant this month.
I Kpbcrt llishop will represent Lin-
coin school in the upper division In the
I oratorical contest.
The following pupils were here
every day In the sixth grade: Dorothv
j liarthel, Klhol Knhysk. Kvolyn C.rcl
i Pck, M'im'e Knbysk. t.wdcn Hudson
Iteta Kupors, ( Stela McCormmach
Hurley Young, James Kelyann, Kodv
K'duy. Kdward Hale, Juno Shwell.
MIVe Welrh Is'ev W:TP"r. Mrt-on
' Albert, Ilubart Allen. Nlchlions Uly
rdeneteln, Harold Derulllard. I.olann
Kuckstep, Jack Isomige, Kenneth
j R ''). I'lea H p, Aden Temple.
Thomas McGormey and Cordon
' Keane wi n second and third in the
I upper division In the calorical con
The second grade won the parent
I 'ielil eVliool
The Field school hud an Interesting
l;lk Arbor I'ay on trees and tho new
j lrietlnHis of protection from forest
j fires The last period in the afternoon
was lsed for cleaning the yard and
.v?gttlons on civic cleanliness. All
' are rejoicing over the removal ef the
I old le.iiidlncs as it adds so mio-h to nxr
j am! appearance -f the play grounds,
j In ' the second grade, fetta Helslo
; mid Charjes Irwin led in t pelling. I'l
: the number test, several were perfect
and nine got above ninety.
I In the first grade Alice Walters
j (ierald O'Melveny and Margaret Cag-
lione leii their (lows in writing. I it
! reading Eva Ivdd'-r. John Cholupek.
I Hay Voi dyard and Msrgaret Caglioni
I rank hlchest in their respective rows
with several close seconds. In the r.
I class Harold Smallv h a Is in both norii
j ber and reading. The Kaster art work
was used for decoration and proved
1'iulte effective. Tile beautiful Krister
I Ply given the teacher by Turlia Hons",
' first grade, was much enjoyed. The
kindergarten was v.-eleomed back on
Monday after Iwo days absence on ac
count of the teachers Illness.
t Caddis . Cnrenub from I'ozemnn.i
Montana and Trddy Gcbour from Illin
ois have entered' the second grade this
v Washington S Ihm)I.
Tiiose receiving awards from the
Palmer Company are: Frieda Pabl
und Marlon Oralinm, students certifi
cate; Jennie lleuly, Improvement cer
tificate; Anna Itoesch uu'd Violet
Tobln, progress pins. Ftvo pupils of
the eighth grade sixteen of tho fourth
grade und thirty of the fifth grade
liuvo received Palmer buttons.
Katio t'row flntslied tho Curtis tests
in arithmetic this week. j
Thlnl Crude.' i
A number huvo been u (went be-1
cutlso of chicken pox.
Klta lulo Is abreiit on account of
the death of her grandmother.
Nineteen pupils of the seventh
grade made u grade of one hundred
per cent In tho weekly spoiling test
Harry t'urgill from Canada entered
the sixth grade tills week."
Sixth grade pupils who finished tlio
urns tests mis wecK are: v ranees
Michael, Grace Allnkuy, Willie l.alng,
Mary Lee Hurtle, Kva Tolien, Naomi
Mayfleld, Mildred Mathews. )aplnu
Mllllorn, tiretchen Khliieburt, Doro
thy l lrlch nnil I.ucllu Heck.
The seventh grudo greatly miss
Walter Troxell who Is in tho hospital
as a result of Injuries received ill an
accident on his way to school Mon
day. Walter has been in the class
only two months but his sunny dis
position soon mudo him a favorite
with his c!:un mates und all arc happy
to hear or his Improvement.
Katie (Vow, Mary Hampton and
Isabella Mary, of tho seventh grade.
were made Joyous this week by the
newj that they won the Improvement
certificate In writing from the I'ulmer
company. Minnie Kraft won a pro
on Wednesday afternoon She
speakers were chosen out of each
room to compete Friday at the parent-
Mrs. Hurley Itlchardson visited the
Washington school Friday morning.
She was formerly a teaciicr In this
Victor Swank and Tlirch & liati
have been absent several days due to
The fifth, sixth and seventh grades
ire representing poems by drawings
in I heir art periods.
An Interesting program was g:lv'n
Friday afternoon at the parent- tea
chers meeting. Hcsides the program
is the declamatory contest. Follow
ing M the program.
Song Third Crado Pupils.
Piano Solo- Polish iJance Char
C Division Speakers Mary Schac
for. Thelma Morris, Hope Newcomb.
I inutile Sextette Seventh Oriubi.
D Division Speakers Luclle Heck,
Charles Newton, Karl Iihlnchart.
Music by Miss (JrigjfS.
The winners were Thelma Morris of
lie "C" division and Karl Ithiiiehart
of the "D" division.
The pupils of the eighth grade who
will take the May examination are:
l.orea llooth, Clifford I 'hilstensen,
Verne Dale. John Itay, Kaphall itay
moid, Karl Kblnehart, Jessio Hryson.
Kdna Cook, Mary Francis, Marion
Graham, Pulley tibuck, Ffieda tuhl,
Anna Itoesch und Kvelyi'i Snyder.
IS WON! "
CONFERENCE WILL BE
HELD TO DISCUSS
WASHINGTON, April Id. (U. P.)
(ii'Orge T. Sjiumcrlin, in charge of
tlio American embassy ut Mexico City,
has been ordered to Washington for
consultation with Isccretary of State
H ugher and I'nder-Secretnry Fletcher
on the Mcxleun situation, is announc
ed by the state department. The con
ferences with Siimmerlln will Ik- the
first Important step in the framing of
a definite Mexican policy by the
pi:ki:s atm; ukdici:!).
New York, April ID. American
sheet and tin plate company, a subsi
diary of the I'niled States steel cor
poration, announced reductions from
7 te $11 a ton on their various pro.
J. A. Pitman to J. Anderson $4010.
Mete and bound trai l in SIS 1-4 SH 1-4
Sec. 2, Tp. 5. X. It. 35.
K. Frsdricksosn to Slanfield Pos't
American Legion No. 4 110. Lots 1'
and t, P.lock 20 Stanfield.
E. T. Keavns to F. W. Hoyntnn $10
Westerly 65 feet of the Northerly 35
feet of Lot n and Westerly 63 feet oi
Lot 14, Block 172.
F. I). Wattg to City of AVeston rn0.
Lot 7. Ftloek original Town of Wes-
A. A. Wilder Jr. to H. Shangl
NW 1-4 Sec. 4. Ti. R. X. H. 25.
L; J. floblnson to F. B. Ford 10.
One-half interest In W 1-2 X 1-2 SW
1-4 Kec.'l, Tp. S, 8. ft, 31.
H. F. Bnrlln to 3' Aalts $S50. NE
1-4 NE 1-4 Sec. 7, Tp. 1, 8. IU 35.
KTOllM KTHIK:s MONTANA
IJOZEMAX, Mont., April 16. (A.
) Hozcmnn and other narts of flul.
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S BnwaaBwi 0,1 ' ai,o Friday by tho worst wind
storm in 40 years. At Its highest point,
near midnight, the wind attained a
I velocity of 48 mil? an hour and
throughout tho night and until' duy-
break It was close to that point.
J Toward last evening It ninierated.
! The average velocityof the wind tip to
!a p. m. this afternoon was 25 miles an
2 hour, in the outlying districts burns
ortiuildings were unroofed and
I CASTLE GATE
I EGG COAL
THE RIGHT SIZE FOR THIS WEATHER
CLEAN AND UNIFORM
j B. L. BURROUGHS He Has It! f
S , in cases demolished. one 'frame
building on the edge of town h re, In
ivhich the watchman for a green house
Moop. was tipped over by the wind.
He escaped Injury. Telegraph and
telephone lines in all directions were
blown down and, iro service iTl'pkd.
wiiwium mi row v n list1' ,..wr
t i( Id- I iJj y-1
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4 First picture m ine vwiomih vi vi" hht: nm oi numanis snu
rrincess Helen of Oreeee ul Alliens. Tlie brides gown was termed one uf
i)s ntoat ivauli(u WWI t J.J'ljWilifr
To a Cent
A Housewife Knows
7 Days a Week
Tlie Average rocket;
The profiteer hus boon put
out of business und a sizable
umount hus been added to tho
purchasing; power of tho dollar
As a member of the. vu-s unity
of consumers yon are naturally
gratified at the result, '
. ' . -' '
With prices reduced,, to a rea
sonable level, you aro ready to
do business onco more.
Hut you will Insist upon get
ting your money' worth. Tho
days of easy getting und care
less spending ure past. The dot.
lur will buy more than It' would
u year ago, but there uro not so
many dollars in tho average
pocket book. Hhopplng around
has become ft virtue .AS, Well as
a flno art.-
The sucreHHful 'merchant
knows his markt. H knows
to a cent whut standard Roods
In his line arc worts .from day
to dny. Moreover, he knows
standard goods when he sees
them. He can recpfnlse seconds
ut a glance. Ho knows what he
can sell and approximately, what
price he can (fet.
The shopper who seeks to (tt
the most for his money must
possess the same sort of In for illa
tion. The housewife must know
rurrent laities and where to se
cure the best (tuality. style and
price. Ube must be able to dis
tinguish between a real bargain,
(though the price may seem,
high) und a spurious hargafn
which will ptoyajcw'Ujfc-.lwcnuiMi
the goods are not up to the mark.'
Jn other words, the shopper must
know the market In order to buy
Io you realise that full infor-,
matlon about th market Is luld
before you seven days In the
week In prodigal profusion or de
tail? All you have to do Is to
consult, compare and digest the
These mai kut reports are au
tomatic and self.regulBling In
the uccuracy and completeness of
the Information they convey.
Style, quality, price and service
the four main ossentiuls In ull
buying are featured so the ad
vertisement reader Is in a posi
tion to make satisfactory selec
tion. If one merchant falls to
give full Information about what
he has to sell, the buyer will
patronize tho merchant who Is
Advertisements arc not state
mints of opinion, but of the hard
fuels of business competition.
.Competition today Is among
the sellers who wok Jour, busi
ness. A ycu r ago It was among
the buyers seeking goods at any
price. The consumers them
selves have bfouguT "about the
change. Xormal buying now will
make tho victory iot ' greater
benefit to them. Wc must en
courage manufacturers to keep
busy, und merchants to turn their
stocks often, otherwise prices
will necessarily advance, because
goods will become' Vsurce. When
you buy advertised goods you en
courage quick stock turns." This
insures not only the, beat quality,
but the lowest prvce for you. If
opposition of consumoN this
great economic law 1s carried be
yond reason tt reacts against' the
. llecaiiHo Ihis Is true, consum
ers should study tlio - advertising,
columns ef the newspapers us
never before. ' ' '
mart the rerfrct appearance ef he
compl. lon. Permanent and temporary
ti trouWel are effectively concealed
Kmueei unnatural color and comcls
r.a tlie,. HIsfclyantiMpoJ"
Send I5e. Anr Trlnl Kt.
iTERIX T. HOPKINS eV SON. New York J
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Dr. Lynn K. Blakeslee
Chronic and Nervous I)i.,eases sn
Diseases of Women. X-ltay Electraj
Temple Bids;. . v Rooss tt