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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, WEDNESDAY EVENING, APRIL 20, 1021.
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A FEW MORE SPECIALS
81x90 I. Heinnied Sheets
Dreamland seamless sheets of stand
ard quality, full bleached and extra
larjre size. They are easily worth $2.00
and are one of the best values we have
Special for two days only, each. . . $1.49
31x90 In. Hemmed Sheets
Standard quality sheets of good
weight. "Empire" sheets are full
bleached,, are torn and ironed. The
regular price of these sheets would
easily be $1.85 each. Don't miss this
Special for two days only, each. $1.39
Pongee Silk, Speeial 69c
Natural colored pongee silk that will
be in big demand from now on for sum
mer garments. The width is 33 inches.
Special for Wednesday and Thursday
only, a yard ; 69c
45c Lingerie Crepe, Speeial 34c
Lingerie Crepe, 30 inches wide,.
dainty, soft; finished material, suitable
for summer underwear and other pur
Kises. Shown in plain shades and
landsome fancy figured patterns. A
mrgain worth while.
Special for Two days only, a yard 34c
Zephyr Dress Ginghams,
Standard Dress Ginghams, 27 inches
in width, excellent quality, Toile Du
Nord and Red Seal. New plaids,
:hecks and plain colors, will launder
nicely. You can always do better at
The Peoples Warehouse.
A Splendid Value at, a yard . ,. 19c
EVERY woman should rejoice in' the advent of
THE DELTOR, the new ButteVick invention
which goes with Butterick patterns.
No matter how little your experience in dress
makingno matter, even, if you have had no ex
perience at zWTHE DELTOR sold by us makes
your own dressmaking and sewing for the children
one of the simplest of things, with sure results.
is a recognition of the necessity of modern family dressmaking .
the need of many garments for varying occasions the "need
of saving money in the making, if a satisfying number of
dresses and other garments is to be had.
THE DELTOR means at least two dresses for the previous
cost of one.
What is THE DELTOR? THE DELTOR is a picture
story of every step in making a garment.
It is so plain that one understands it at once.
' Every size in Butterick patterns has its special DELTOR
I every size, which, of course, means your size. ,
Every size, in every pattern, showing every way the garment
can be made, and, notice this particularly every width of material.
No one need make any mistake
' , in the amount of material she buys
i in the way she cuts
,' in the way she puts together
,r in the way she finishes the garment
Try a Butterick pattern with THE DELTOR on your very
Bear in mind that Butterick is the style leader of the world.
Agents for Butterick Patterns and THE DELTOR)
Barefoot sandals are just right for
the boys' and girls these days and they
are the best for the price, no matter
what the price.
Women's Sandals in brown elk, sizes
21;. to 7. Price $2.50
Ulisscs' Sandals, brown and white elk,
sizes to 2. Price $2.00
Child Sandals, brown and white, sizes
S ! to 11. Price $1.75
Child's Sandals, brown elk, sizes 5 to 8.
Infants' Sandals, brown elk, sizes 3'i
to 5. Price ..'$1.00
Jttwavs fnn.rn ft iUj JlnlinM
Cedar Mops, each $1.50
Cedar Oil 23c, 50c, $1.00, $1.75
Lard' 5 lbs. 90c; 10 lbs. $1.75
Citrus Powder, the package 30c
Cleanser, the can 12'zic
Mop Head, each '$1.00
Lux, the package 15c
Soap, White Laundry, 20bars. . . $1.00
Silver Cream, the jar 45c
Electro Silicum, the can 15c
Coffee, Golden West, 3 lbs. and 1-2 lb.
. tea, both $1.60
Try Kleen Maid Bread You will like It
MEN'S BLUE SERGE SUITS
Superior Quality, $35.00
PENDLL10N5 GSEAIEST DEPARTMENT STORE
BawMEnTiTpwa to tb.de Mt.
Come to lis for the newest and best at
ices you can afford to pay.
HONEST BUSINESS MEN
PRIZED ABOVE GOLD
Man Who Breaks His Word in
Business is Never Let Into
Inner Circle of Big Traders.
CONSTANTINOPLE. April 20. I A.
P ) An honest business man who will
keep his word in a trade tK prized
hove fine gold In Turkey, for there I
hardly a. law now functioning in this
distracted counts'. A man who breaks
his word in business l never let into
the inner circles of big trades for hon.
emy is today at higher rating here
l hart ever before.
One may steal or kill with a large
limit of impunity. Some months since
in Bat um. an Englishman was put
upon and In self-defiance killed a man.
Frightened1 as to consequences, he be
gan collecting evidence to show he had
acted in self-defence. After he had
collected his evidence, he found no one
was Interested in the C41.sc, and also
there was no one to whom he could
Constantinople is an importing and
exporting center, the logical clearing
house for the Levant, with much mer
chandise In transit or in bond. Ameri
can:; have traded here in unprecedent
ed numbers since the armistice, and
some of them have lost money. Nat
urally they blame the local agents,
the city, the conditions. According to
Julian Gillespie, the United States
commercial attache, there is often a
good deal to he trnid on both sides.
Recently the correspondent met an
American arriving here. "I'm going
to stay a few days to make some local
firms pay for goods," said the Ameri
can. "So far our local agent hasn't
"This Is evidently your first time
here; you'd better make that few days
a few weeks," advised the correspond
ent. The American so far has spent two
months, and he is still wrestling with
conditions, one of which is that his
local aeent insists on opening his mail
I and private telegrams, and calling it
I a "mistake."
It is generally stated that American
exporters must begin at the bottom
and secure laws at home which will
give consignees more protection.
Boxes and pieces should be properly
marked, and cases filled. Ship carriers
should be made to stow goods proper
ly, so that a given lot is discharged at
the port of destination as a lot, not as
a series of separate packages. Also,
bills of lading should be properly for
warded so the consignee will know
when his goods will arrive.
It has happened at this port that a
ship with several lots of goods has dis
charged the lots in small parts in vari
ous lighters and also without notifi
cation to the consignee, so the latter
has lost heavily in time, damage, theft
and stonige charges. Also, cases often
arrive empty or partially filled, or with
goods not up to sample.
Too often the American exporter has
treated this market as a dumping
ground and sent goods of the quality
and' nature used by Cook on his voy
aee of discovery through the Paciflo,
These things being true, given condi
tions often bordering on Bedlam, the
American is advised to be wary and re
member the common saying of the
Levant that "it takes three Jews to
outwit an American and three Armen
ians to outwit a Orcek."
iiomi: HI X VIS ;.mk.
PHILADKLPHIA, April 20. (A. i
I'.) Mound's home rud In the eighth ;
defeated llrooklyn today, 3 to 2. Wll- j
Hams homer In the first wns the only j
score until Neis tied it in the seventh I
with a four base drive. Kfrors ;avc j
the visitors another run In this Inning j
but Pitcher P.ing tied the score again
with a single. This was the chain-
! I'llICAGO, April 2(1. (1. ).)
I"nmn who h;;th no music. In his
is warned to avoid Chicago the
i of Jjny 9. when 311,001) represent:
plrm's fifth defeat in six games. iof the music industry gather fn
Kvcrythlng musical will be present
from Jnu to grand opera, Trench
burps to pipe organs.
".Music drives away gloom," do.
rlnred .Mult J. Kennedy, rbalrmnn of
the entertainment committee. ".Music
is essential to the settlement of pres
ent day political and eroiiomlo con
ditions. A musical Instrument is as
necessary in the homo us the kitchen
Harmony will lie the keynote of tho
See These Pictures
Moving Pictures Taken at the Studebaker Factory to be shown
THURSDAY 7:45 P. M.
These wonderful scenes show the building of cars from raw materials
from start to finish. Do not miss seeing this wonderfully interesting and
educational set of films. An expert in charge to lecture and explain.
SEE THEM IN OUR SHOW ROOM.
VERDCN, April 20. (A. P.) Ah
impressive bronze gate will soon bo
added to the Hand memorial monu
! ment over the famous "Trench of
Bayonets" at Verdun. Tho gate lias
i been designed by Andre Ventre, the
(Paris architect and now is on exhibi
tion in Paris. Like the memorial it
self, the gate is the gift of the late
I George V. Hand, of Buffalo, N. Y.
' - The gate will be erected at the en- I
: trance of the historic trertch about 50
feet from the memorial which covers
the bodies of the French soldiers who
were killed in the trench leaving their
bayonets exposed above the ground.
The gate is of thick bronze, uhout 12
by eight feet.
! A massive sword entwined with
bronze leaves extends from the top to
the bottom of the door. On each side
of the entrance will be two bronze
tablets, giving the name of the do
nor and a brief history of the trench.
The memorial is of concrete con
struction and is being given a smooth
SCHOOL BOARD CUTS
WALLA WALLA, Wash., April 20.
j The school board at a special meet
ing today cut teachers' salaries for
next year. Tho salaries were fixed as
Grade schools Maximum cut from
llttoo to $1640; minimum cut from
12H0 to $1100.
High school Maximum cut from
12000 to $1900; minimum cut from
$1400 to $1350.
Teachers receiving salaries between
the maximum and minimum will re
ceive cuts in proportion. Teachers re
ceiving $1S00 will get $1710 and those
receiving $1700 will get $U20.
There will be no Increase for any
teachers next year. It was announced.
The reduction will not eliminate the
necessity of holding a special election
for a tux levy of at least one mill for
running expense!. .
Ore in selection, care and skill In
blending and roasting the matching
of every lot of raw coffee to an un
changing standard of flavor that ex
plains the uniformly smooth, rich taste
of Folger's Golden Gate Coffee.
And all of this care is necessary be
cause a smooth coffee blend Js most
lifficult to attain. The "knowing how"
comes from long experience in the
case of Folger's Golden Gate Coffee,
n experience of seventy-one years.
. Folger's Golden Gate Coffee is
"Different in taste from other coffee
So find out for yourself how good
it is. Ask your grocer for it.
J. A. FOLGER & CO.
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